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FEBRUARY 16, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE D Peter Johnson. Tate, board and care 23, 1920 to Jan. 27, 1921..$ Nelson. beard and care, 27 to May I 1921 ............ Anderson. board and care. 1. to Nov. 19, 1921 .......... clothing ............................ Bergan, medical atten- Johnson Furniture Co.. expenses ............................ ................................................ $ 660.26 Mrs. C. J. Nelson. Bank. Clinton, house , Jan. 1, 1920 to Oct. 1, .................................................... $ County Ditch No. 13. t W. T. Utley, Co. Treas.. interest 111,41 on bonds ....................................... $ 675.00 N. W. National Bank. Minncapolim 162.85 iuterest on lands .......................... 675.001 A. H. Sturgcs, Reg, el Deeds, te- l 337.25 cording additional lien ................. 3.00] 16,75 .......... Total ................................................ $ 1.353.00 2,00 I 30.00 County Ditch No. 14. 210,00 E. R. Hewitt. Rixe. merchandise ............ $ 56,70 merchandise ................ 42.00 fuel ............................ 40.60 O&apos;Donnell. medical at- for Mrs. Hewitt ........ 35.00 ................................................ $ 174.30 Mrs. Catherine Voss. fuel .............................. $ 40.51 fuel ................................ $ 45.75 Farmers Elev. Co., fuel 11.60 ................................................ $ 97.86 John Noonun. merchandise .......... $ 12.09 fuel ................................ 13.65 ................................................ $ 25.74 Clarence Lovaas. Drug Co., medicine ........ $ Mrs. Issae Anderson, Here. Co.. merchandise ........ S 5.50 174,70 Teseh Family. Rergan, medical attendance$ 25.00 Mrs. Emil Johnson. Bergan, medical atten- ................................................ $ 40.00 Arthur Mlttelstadt. Sanatorium, board and Aug,, Sept., Oct.. and November ........................ $ John Willet. Bolsta, medical atten- ........................................ S Rolrt Banks. .care from July 18 to 3 ............................................ S Jolm Sttomberg. Johnson. board and 1 to Nov. 15. 1921....$ Albert Jcesnp. Co.. merchandise .......... $ 161.31J W. T, Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ O. T. Brustcun. refund of assess- ruent paid ........................................ 12.86 Total .................................... $ 112.86 llenry Rines. State Treas.. interest, School Dist. No. 45 .................... llcnry Rines, State Treas., interest. School Dist. No. 48 .................... ttenly Rines. Slate Treas., interest, School Dit. No. 50 .................... Henry Rines. State Treas., interest, School Dist. No. 53 ....... : ............ Ilenry Rines, State Treas., interest and Prin.. Sc"ool Dist. No. 55 Henry Rines. State Treas.. interest. School Dist. No. 62 .................. Henry Rincs. State Treas.. interest, a.',d Prin.. School Dist. No. 64 100.00 ltcnry Rines. State Treas.. interest, Village of Corrcll ....................... fIenry Rines, State Treas.. interest, County Ditch No. 15. W. T. Utley, Co. Treas.. interesi on bonds ........................................ $ 525.00 M E. Chamberlin expenses as en- gineer ............................................. 80.16 Chas E. Scaffold. premium on en gineer's bond ................................ 12.50 Total ................................................ $ 617.66 County Ditch No. 16. W. T. Utiey, Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ................ ?. ...................... $ 504.00 Big Stone CO. Bank., Greeeville, interest on warrant ..................... 82 Total ...... : ....................................... $ 504.82 County Ditch No. 17. W. T. Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 60.38 - Bi Stone Co. Bank.. Greeeviile, interest on warrant ..................... 82 Total ................................................ $ 61.20 County Ditch No. 18. W. T. Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 77.80 W. T, Utle. CO, Treas., intesest on bonds ........................................ Wills-Dickey CO., interest on bonds Chas. E. Scaffold, premium on en- gineer's bond, 1920 and 1921 .... $0.00 A. V. Randall, Co. Auditor, postage on notices ........................................ J. F. Geenty, Commissioner 1st Dist., mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 K. G. Knudson. Com'r, 2nd Dist.. mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 48.00 ale I. Steen, Com'r. 3rd District, mileage and per diem. Mar 16 Otto Meyers, Com'r. 4th District, mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 9.00 Nels Lundberg, Com'r. 5th District. mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 Ervin A. Gauor. St. Sanatorium. board and Oct. ax)d Nov ........... 88.40 ]l' John Boric. transportation to ............................. .i;i s 8.00 CO. Sanatorium, care t Oct. 8 to Dec. l.,..S 85.39 ................................................ $ 93.39 Temporary Relief. transpor- (p. Hack- ............................... $ 41.82 R. R. fare to Monte- W. Tourner (trans- .................................................. $ 1.78 ............................................... $ 43.60 Frank Front. Jonson, . ......... S 100.58 merchandise ......... 40.00 ................................................ $ 140.55 Refundmen ts- .................... : ..........  ........ $ .07 .06 ........................................ ,21 ........................................ ,20 ........................................ ,36 ................................................ $ .87 DITCH FUND. Receipt. .............. S 559.99 6,067.70 Settlement ........................ 4,957.02 January 1, 1922 .......... 13,801.99 ...................................... $ 28,386.70 Disbursement t January 1. 1921 ............ $ 6.064.35 issued during year ............ 19,322.35 ........................ $ 25.386.70 Judicial Ditch No, 4. State Bank. refund of tax twice ..................................... $ 1.02 judgment of Michael 148.20 .... C ' ::"i; Drincipai on St. Loan ........ 3.480.00 ......................... S 3.629.22 Judicial Ditch No. 5 "A.'" expenses as en 127.01 787.50 County Ditch No. 19. W. T. Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 81.38 County Ditch No, 20. W. T. Utley, CO. Treas.. interest on bonds ..........  ............................. $ 115.00 Clinton State Bank, final payment on contract of J. A. Hanratty 485.00 Total ................................................ $ 600.00 County Ditch No. 21. A. R. Hoyt, partial payment on contract ............................................ $ 1,540.87 341,28 341.25 25.00 1.56 9.00 10.20 6.80 5,20 6,60 Total ........................ $ 2,287.73 County Ditch No. 24. W. T. Utley. CO. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 875.00 M. E. Chamberlin. expenses as en- gineer .............................................. 83.71 Chas. E. Scaffold, premium on en- gineer's bond ................................ 12.50 Total ................................................ $ 971.21 County Ditch No. 26. Swift County Bank, Benson, inter- eat on warrants ............................ $ 50., Co'unty Ditch No. 27. ..... Swift County Bank, Benson, inter- est on warrants ............................ $ 81.14 PRIVATE REDEMPTION FUND. Receipts. Balance on hand January 1, 1921....$ 207.18 Collections during year .................... 438.74 Total ................................................ $ 645.92 Disburments. Warrants lssutd during year .......... $ 466.40 Bal. on hand January 1, 1922 .......... 179.52 Total ............................................... $ 645.92 Judicial Ditch No. 9. expenses "as viewer..$ 412.50 expenses as viewer ........ 475,50 us viewer 472.50 viewers .......... 620.00 engineer 875.00 Bahk. Season, interest Warrants ........................... ; .... 1,391.03 exlmnsee as engm- 19.71 Co, Bank, Graeeville. in- 424,29 for en'gin'r:::::::: 42.50 for engineer .... 8.00 Journal, printing plats .... 10.25 ... .....,$ 4,426.28 County Ditch No. 2 "A." " ] '.Utlev Co, Treas., interest l t nd'. ..................  .................... $ 175,00 County Ditch No. 8. ines. St. Treas..\\; interest$ 1.740"01 Principal on St. la ........ County Ditch No. 1O. t,ley. Co. Treas., interest S nds ........................................ 250.00 County Ditch No. 11. Co. TreaS., interest ........................................ $ 350.00 Bank, Minneapolis, on bonds .................. -.-- 350,00 culvert ............ 107.94 inch, labor and material 303.10 on bridge ............ 28.00 ................................................ $ 1,139,04 County Ditch No. 12. Co. Treas.. interest ........................................ S 325,00 Reg. of Deeds. re- additional lien .............. 1.50 ............................................... $ 826.50 WARRANTS ISSUED. Gold .Bros. See. Co.. redemption of dertiflcates Nee. 358 and 419....$ 24.31 Hugo Mensol, redemption of cert. No, 449 .......................................... 36.07 A. H. Sturges, redemption of cert. No. 465 .......................................... 55.93 H. E. Zimmerman, redemption of cert. No. 466 ................................ 48.34 Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Odessa, redemption of cert, No. 343 ................................................... 35.77 Martin Schoen. redemption of cert. No. 477 ............................................. 52 -- H. W. Sarvis, redemption of cert. No. 17 ............................................ 265.46 Total ................................................ S 466.40 STATE LANDS. Reeeipte. Collections during year ................... S 910.76 Disburssment Warrants issued during year ........ S 857.96 Transferred to School District fund 52.80 Total .................................... r--i ....... S 910.76 Warrants Issued. W. T. Utley, CO. Treas.. fee for cod leetions .......................................... $ 4.29 Henry Rines. St. Treas.. coliections to June 1. 1921 ............................ 853.67 Total ................................................ $ 857.96 STATE LOAN FUND. Receiptl. Balance on hand January 1, 1921....$ 8.728.70 March Settlement .............................. 3.007.91 June Settlement .................................. 4,837.21 November Settlement ". ....................... 3,242.80 Transferred from County Revenue - Fund ................................................ 3.000.00 Transferred from County Road and Bridge Ftmd ................................ 1,700.00 Total ................................................ $ 24,516.62 DIsburssments. Warrants issued to St. Treasurer....$ 12,950.00 Transferred to CO. Revenue fund .... 4,350.00 Transferred to School Dist. fund .... 338.27 Balance on hand January 1, 1922 .... 6,878.35 Tote] ................................................ $ 24,516.62 Warrants Issued to State Treasurer. tIenry Rines, State Treas.. interest. Schogi Dist. No. 1 .................... S 2.400.00 Henry Rnnes, State Treas., interest, School Dist. No. 2 ........................ 160.00 lfenry Rines, State Treas., interest, ........ and Prin.. School Dist. No. 11 Henry Rines. State Treas., inteest, School Dist. No. 14 .................... tIenry Rines, State Treas., interest, and Prin. School Dist. No. 24 Henry Rinee, State Treas., interest, School Dist. No, 27 ...................... HcmT Rines, State Treas., interest, School Dist. No. 29 ...................... llemy Rines. State Treas., interest, School Dist, No. 35 .................... Refundmeuts. 559.00 Dan Sherman ...................................... $ (;. A. Powc I ...................................... 104.00 S. A. Huselid ...................................... Gee. Fnsburgh .................................  ..... 760.00 Martin Larkin .................................... 100,00 Total ................................................ 2,760.00 I ......... 100.0e Interest on Warrants. Neuman Lumb.r Co ...................... $ 3(;4.00 A. Z. Martinson ........................... l"armers & Merchants Bank, [lir ]l,. F.A. P. 130 2,659.00 Ict IL.I, gravel, .6 "treas, City of OrLonvP!e, appropra- .60 tion for bridge ]:y county ........ 2;,3,53,56 T. A, Barr, grading and laying 2.1(1 1.98 tile, Job 2001 ............................. 4.212.48 3.27 W. T. Utley, Co. Treas. out in bank on time de,posit .................... 5.00.00 8.5 Larkin Cons'ructinn t:o,. grading Jb 21(,4 and F. A. P. 130 ........ 21,762.17 P. J, Mettlinr. gravelinlr, Job 2001 and F. A. P. 130 ....................... 22,548.2) .50 .28 136.00 tene City .................................. 35 First Slale Bank Odessa ................. 76 and f'rin.. Twp. GraceviIle ........ 354.60 Gracevilte State. Bank ......................... 45 Henry Rfnes. State Treas., interest, Nassau State Bank ........................... 2.00 and Prin.. Villa'e Graceville ...... 2.20,40 Harold Norman .................................. 1.76 .......... O(to Gerber ......................................... 1.60 Total ................................................ $ 12.950,00 H. W. Sarvia ........................................ 2.18 G(,ier Lumber Co ................................. 3.97 J, A. Matthsws .................................... 3A)8 COUNTY BOND INTEREST FUND. Rusll Grader Mfg. Co ..................... 4.61 Johnson State Bank ............................ 7,43 Farmers & Merchants State Bank. Cm'rell ............................................ 9.59 Reipts. Appleton State Bank ........................ 5.41 Bat. on hand January 1, 1921 ........ $ 186.23 Botsford Lumber Co ......................... 13.45 ...... March Settlement ............................... 1,640.00 Citizen State Bank Beardsley .... 7.94 June Settlement ................................. 4,595.49 First National Bank, Beardsley ........ 12.73 November Settlement ........................ 3,582.01 Cliff & Purcell ...................................... 15.00 Overdrawn January 1, 1922 ............ 8,788.68 Martin Schoen ........................................ 7.15 -- C. B. Enkema & Co ........................... 37.46 Total ................................................ $ 18,792.41 Farmers & Merchants State Bank. Odessa .............................................. 45.85 Disbursements. Clinton State Bank ............................ 21.65 Warrants issued during year ............ $ 18,792.41 Firsl National Bank. Clinton ........ 25.47 Big Stone Co. Bank, Graeevilie .... 88.32 Ortonville State Bank ........................ 45.04 Warrants Issued. First National Bank. Ortonvitle .... 257,57 Citizens National Bank. Ortonville 390.96 Northwestern Trust Co., Interest on First National Bank, Greeeville ...... 846.95 $103.000 Road Bonds ................ $ 3,090.00 W. T. Utley, CO. Treas., interest Total ................................................ S 1,889.51 on $103.00(I Road bonds ........... 6,180.00 W. T. Utley, CO. Treas.. interest on $50,000 Road bonds .......... 2.500.00 W. T. Utley, Co. Treas.. interest Salary and Expenses of Engineer. on $97,000 Road bonds ................ 5,820.00 L. P. Zimmerman. salary for Jan. W. T. Utley, Co. Treas., interest Feh.. Mar., and April ................ $ 800.00 on $30,000 Curt house bonds 1,200.60 L. P. Zimmerman. expenses. Nov. Dan Sherman, refundmeni ............. 02 G. A. Powell, refundment ................. 20 23. 1920 to May 1, 1921 ............ 403.24 S, J. Huselid, refundment ................. 76 Win. F. Engdahi, salary, May 1, Gee. Fosburg. refundment ................. 71 1921 to Dec. 31, 1921 ................ 1.490.00 Martin Larkin, cefundment .12 F. W. Engdahl, expends, May 1 ............ to Nov. 1, 1921 .......................... 1,809.80 Total ............................. $ 18,792.41 Total ............................. $ 4,413.04 COUNTY ATTORNEY'S CONTINGENT FUND. General Road and Bridge. G. L. H. Tucker. making copies of stiptflation in road appeal ease..S 2.50 Receipte. Keuffer & Esser CO., tape reflllers .... 4.66 Bal. on hand January 1, 1921 ........ $ 100.00 Ortonvilie Hdw. Co., hand axe, Transferred from Co. Revenue fund 100.00 nails, shellac etc ....................... 6.80 -- Chas. Scaffold, premium on engin- Total ....................... S 200.00 er's bond ........................................ 7.50 Mabel Norman, typewriting for on- - gineer ................................................ 10.50 Disbursements. Chicago Steel Tape Co.. 2 steel Transferred to Co. Revenue fund....$ 100.00 tapes ................................................ 12.79 Bal. on hand January 1. 1922 100.00 Park Garage, trip from Odessa to ........ Johnson with commissioners .... 15.00 Total ............................................... $ 200.00 J" D. Ross & Co.. shovel, scythes and snath ........................................ 19.95 Ortonvi]le Independent, stationery, 500 drag cards ............................... 21.00 COUNTY SINKING FUND. Lenker Mfg. Co.. 1 rod for engineer 21.20 Improvement Bulletin. advertising sale of jobs .................................. 32.00 Receipts. Harold Norman, assisting engineer 19.25 Bal. on hand January 1, 1921 ........ $ 2,955.68 C. M. Tilden, assisting engineer .... 45.00 March Settlement ................................ 317.63 Walter Elms, assistin engineer ...... 35.00 June Settlement .................................... 852.35 Robert MacMurphey, assisting on- November Settlement .......................... 658.68 gineer ............................................ 98.50 Transferred from County Road and Otto Gerber, repairing Sehmeiehel Bridge fund .................................... 4,200.00 bridge ............................................ 61.50 Transferred from Co. Revenue fund 3,000.00 Geier Lumber Co., lumber for bridge across Minn. River ....... 82.35 Total .................... S 11,984.34 H. A. Rogers & Co.. 3 tapes, 2 tri- angles and tape fillers ................ 25.76 Botsford Lbr. Co.. lumber and lath 112.55 Ortonville Journal. tmtionery. Disburcements. printing gravel cheeks etc ......... 139.20 Warrants issued during year ............ $ 10,000,80 j. A, Mtelke, assisting engineer .... 369.80 Transferred to Co. Revenue fund ...... 1.000.00 . Menzel, lumber for Sehmeiehel Balance on hand, Jan. 1, 1922 ........ 983,54 bridge .... : ......................................... 206.40 Total ............... S 11.984.34 Total ................................................ $ 1,848.91 Warrants Issued. State Road No. 2nstruction. W, T. Utley, Co. Treas., payment S on court house bonds ................ 10,000.00 Walter Schmidt. assisting engineer..$ 6.00 Dan Sherman, refundment ............... 27 Walter Elms, assisting engineer .... 8.75 G. A. Powell, refundment ................. 04 C. M. Tilden, assisting engineer ..... 11.50 S. J. Husetid, refundment ................. 14 Harold Norman. assisting engineer 12.25 Gee. Fosburgh, refundment ............... 13 Robert MacMurphey, assisting on- Martin Larkin. tfundment ............. 22 gineer . ............................................ 30,00 Total ............................... $ 10,000.80 Tntal ................................................ $ 68.5 TEACHERS' INSURANCE AND RETIRE- State Road No. ---Maintenance. MENT FUND. Walter Schmidt. assisting engineer S 3.00 ll. tl. Tyler, labor ............................ 1.50 John Kntppen. labor .......................... 3.78 Receipts. J. D. Ross & Co.. axel grease, shovel ete ....................................... 4.90 Collections during year ................... S 783.32 Gee. Hastings, labor ........................ 3.00 J. A. Mielke. aseisting engineer .... 5.00 Howard Goldsmith, labor ................ 7.00 Dtsblirsements. Arthur Lyman, labor ........................ 9.60 Warrants issued during year .......... S 768.32 G. H. Englnnd, sharpening grader Bal. on hand January 1, 1922 ........ 15,00 lays .................................................. 15.00 C, M. Tilden, assisting engineer .... 15,00 Total ............................... S 783.32 E, E. Stanton, labor ........................... 13.60 Russell Grader Mfg. Co., repairs for rader ...................................... 19.73 Warrants Issued. WalLer Elms. assisting engineer .... 21.00 Teach Bros.. labor ............................... 51.92 Henry Rine, State Treas.. eollec- E, F. Finberg. rental of land for tions tO August 1. 1921 ............ $ 763.32 road right of way ........................ 100.00 Ada Hanes, refund of pension ........ 5,00 S. C. Palmer, labor ............................ 188,65 Total .................................... $ 768,32 Lyte Culvert Co., culverts ................ 168.46 J. F. Stielow, labor ............................ 280.55 Gordon Hoxtell, labor ....................... 491.22 J. Leslie Green, labor ........................ 73'7.37 INCIDENTAL FUND. Earl Lyman. labor ............................ 58.50 Larkin Const. Co., heavy mainte- nance .............................................. 4,754.30 Receipts. Total ............................................... $ 6.952.95 Transferred from Co. Revenue funds 1.200.00 Overdrawn January 1. 1922 ............ 68.8S Total ................................................ $ 1,268.3 State Road No. 3--Construction. Ortonvil}e Hardware CO., ma- terial, Job 2001 ............................ S 2.80 Disbursements. Win. Drewien, installing culvert Overdrawn January 1. 1921 .............. S 46.8 ` F.A.P. 130 ................................ 3.25 Warrants issued during year ............ 1,221.49 Fred Edwards. installing culvert* F. A. P. 130 ........................................ Total ..................... $ 1,268.$8 C. A. Johnson Lbr. Co., lath. F. A. P. 130 ........................................ Walter Schmidt, assisting engineer Warrants Issued. F.C. Miller. filling grade for gray- eliing. F. A. P. 130 .................. W. T. Utiey. CO. Treas.. postage....S 110.00 H. Fa]k & F Schultz. labor. Job A.V. Randall. Co. Auditor. postage 100.44 2001 .................................................. . H. Sturges, Reg. of Deeds, Gee. Studdart, lanterns, nails and postage ............................................ 100.00 paint, F. A. P. 130 ................ Martha M. Rothwell. Superintendent p. Higgins, gravelling, F. A. P, 130 of Schools, postage ...................... 60.00 Ed. Larkin, labor. F. A, P. 130 ........ John Gowan, Sheriff, postage ........ 19,60 John McRae& Sons, lumber, F. A. "-- R. B. Hudson, Probate Judge, P. 130 ............................................. postage ......... 10.00 A. Drewien. installing culverts. F. N. W. Bell 'giilo';'"i;'"'ntal A.P. 130 ........................................ and tolls, October 21, 1920 to R.J. McLane, material, F, A. P. November 21, 192] ........................ 580,96 130 .................................................... City of Ortonvi]le, lights and wa- VonLohn & Schabot, laying tile and ter_year ,ending Dee. 1, 1921 .... 188.48 culvert. F. A, P. 139 ................. "M. J. Hauaauer, freight .................... 20.25 F. W. Engdahl, assisting* engineer, John Spanyets, exprees .................... 31.76 Job 2104 ........................................ C. M. Tilden. assisting engineer; Total ................................................ S 1,221.49 Job 2104, F. A. P. 200, bridge 8528 .................................................. Robert MasMurphey, amdstlng en- gineer. Jobs 2001. 2104. F. A. ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. P. 130 .............................................. "  Harold Norman, assisting engineer, Jobs 2001.2104 s F. A. P, 130, Eeeeiptt, B. 3828 ............................................ Lumber, culvert and gravel .............. $ 48.40 Graeevi]le Lumber Co., posts and State Aid during year .................... 16,630.00 tile, F. A. P. 160 ........................ Federal Aid during year ................ 18.462.83 A. J. Lannon. land purchased for 27.692.34 road right of way .................... Settlements ............................................ Bonds ..................................................... 142,296.46 H. A. Kraft. permanent use of road Overdrawn January 1 1922 ............ 24,874.43 right of way ................................ Mrs. Rose Twiehell, land purchased Total ................................................ $230.003.95 for road right of way ............ Walter Elms. assleting Engineer, Jobs 2001,2104, and F. A. P. 130 Milton L. Hof, eomlmcting gravel, Disburmments. Job 2001 ........................................ Overdrawn January 1, 1921 ............. $ 33,049.24 j. A. Meilke, assisting engineer, Warrants issued during year ........ 186,053.72 Jobs 2001. 2104, and F. A. P. Error in booking warrant No, 9994 .50 130 ............................................ ; Error in Booking warrant No. 10148 .50 Elk River Concrete Produce ., Transferred to C. Revenue fund .... 5,000.00 Job 2104 .......................................... Transferred to Co. Sinking fund .... 4,200.00 Gee, Campbell, checking gravel, F. Transferred to Co. St. Loan fund 1,700.00 A.P. 130 .................... ................... Chris Camvbell, blading gravel, F. Total ................................................ $230,003.96 A, P. 180 ........................................ M. Eido. ravel, F. A. P. 130 ............ L P. Hess, land put, chased for Wurrants Issued, oad right ofway ........................ .............. 8.58 Wells-I)ickey Co.. preparing pro- Refundments ..... tnts"[[[ii..i ........... .'S 1.889.51 eedings for bond issue ............ (nterest on warr Louis Lambreeht, gravel, Job 2001,. Salary and expenses of Highway engineer .......................................... 4,413.04 Cliff &Pureell. land pnrehased for General Road and Bridge ................ 1,348.91 road right ofWay ........................ State Road No. 2 ................................ 7.021.45 Win. Campbell, spreading gravel. F. A. P. 130 j, G, c, riggs, "/;i;i'//'"';ii";//i compacting ravel, Job 201 .... Lyle Corrugated Culvert Co., CuD verts, Job 2104 .................................... W. G. Polder. eheeking gravel etc. for Job 2001 .................................... J. 1/. Skogrand, gravelliug, Job 2001 F. R. Rie'ard. stripping pit, F. A. P, 130 ............................................ Sta:e oad No. 6--Muintenance. Wffn. Campbell, 25 lb. cup grease....$ Hafld Norman. assisting engineer R<Art MacMurphey, assisting en gineer ................................................ John Oswege, labor ..2 ........................ K./ Rusl Grader Mg. Co., repairs for grader .............................................. L J. A, Mielke. assisting e.ugineer .... I John McRae & Sons. rental of land for road right of way ...... 2 680.00 120.00 tate Road No. 3 ................................ 67.040.51 State Road No. 4 ................................ 15,855.88 1,600.00 tate Road No. 5 ................................ 1,882.$3 tate Road No. 6 ................................ 83,154.29 100.00 State Road No. 7 ............................... 19,24 State Road No. 8 ................................ 3,183,98 292,9( [tate Road No. 9 ............................... 73.90 80.00 1 Total ............................................... $188,083. 3.25 4.25 4.50 8.00 13.00 15.15 18.80 16.65 27.54 36.39 19.50 46.00 33.00 "$6.00 48.00 54.60 44.60 50.00 50.00 80.00 67,20 126.00 138,50 133.75 159.10 181.85 187.31 180.00 160.0 285.1( ............ Walter Elms. assisting engineer .... 1 Total ................................................ $ 64.174.2:; Carl Rixe, labor ................................ .L C. M: Tilden, assisting engineer .... Q)#t Joe. Guenther, labor ............................ b' Virgil Robblns; labor ....................... C/- State Road No. 3Maintenance. Frank Daly, labor .............................. 7K. J. F, Rothwell, use of mower ........ $ ..o0 J. M. Coyne. labor 16.Al A. Beck, labor .................................... 1.00 G. . Griffith. labor'":::::::::::::::!:::::::: 501J J. A. Matthews. use of truck ........ 4.00 ,ay Gowan, assisting engineer ........ 6.60 Total .............................................. $ 1,0Z-.| Maurice Randall. assisting engineer 2.80 Chester Schoen assisting engineer 1.75 The Beaulieu Co.. saw, nails ete ..... 7.82 State Road No. 7Maintenanco. Fred Sehultz. labor ............................ 6.00 Teseh Brim.. labor ............................ 9.00 R. Menzcl & Co lumber ............... $ Rusel Grader Mfg. Co.. repairs for . G. Poirier, labor ........................... K.tt grader . ............................................. 19.28 Philip Lund. labor ................................ '.t G. H. Englund. sharpening grader lays .................................................... 15,00 Total ............................................... A IIL Lyie Corrugated Culvert Co.. road sngns ................................................ 23.20 Lang & Griffith. I steel haxrow .... 30.00 State Read No. 8--Maintenunce A. Z. Martinson. damage to rye Walter Schmidt, assisting engineers field by temporary road ............ 25.00 F. H. Atha. assisting engineer ...... I- Virgil Robbins, labor .......................... 50.55 Walter Elms, assisting engineer .... " l_T S. H. Frizzell, l.bor ............................ 25.00 Emil Johnson, labor ............................ g Louis Lambreeht* labor .................... 20.00 C. H. TomHn, assisting enginr .... q.D Chas. Wiediund, dynamite ................ 2.66 j. A. Mielkc. assisting engineer .... J. J, Martinson. damage to fence Ray Gowan. aasisting engineer: ...... Z.m and field by road ........................ 30,0@ F. L. Block, labor ................................ Y.4.t Win. Cummens. sharpening grader W. K. Hanson. tabor ..................... 3tt.g blades ete ....................................... 28.45 Betsford,L.umber Co.. lumber ............ 4gJ . Leslie Green, labor ........................ 30.75 Teach Bros., labor .............................. " ....... A. Mie}ke, assisting engineer ........ 35.50 C. F. Johnson, labor ............................ IT.a JGi A H. Longnecke-, labor .................... 63.00 Bergman Bros., labor ........................ 210* . Griflith, labor ............................ 73.75 Larkin Constrtmtion Co., heay E'. M. Plummer, damage to crop maintenhnee, engine and grader 2, and fence by road .................... 100.00 Walter E!ms. assisting engineer ...... 118.40 Total ....................................... $ "3.Ib' Win. Campbell. labor ........................ 161.35 Gee. Campbell, labor .......................... 157,04 G. Griggs, hauling gravel ............ 258.00 State Road No. 9--ConstBfi- A. DeWall. labor ............................ 278.30 A. Barr, grading ere 280.20 Harold Norman. assisting engineer, , G. Poirier. labor and ................. gravel........ 455.60 Jcb 2201 ........................................ $ 1 524.38 Walter Elms. assisting engineer John Drewien, labor ............................ ---------- Job 2201 ...................................... 4 Total ................................................ $ 2,866.3 C. M. Tilden..assisting engineer, Job 2201 ........................................ Total ............................... | State Road 'No. 4Construction. J. A. Mielke, assisting engineer, Jobs 1809 and 2101 .................... $ 3.50 State Road No. 9--Malntenauc Walter Sehmidt. assisting engineer. Job 2203 ......................................... 15.00 Walter Elms, asssiting engineer. Jobs 1809. 2101 and 2203 ........ 22.75 Harold Norman. assisting engineer, Jobs 1809 and 2101 .................... 23.70 C. M. Tilden, assisting engineer 2101 and 2203 .......................... 42.50 Robert MacMurphey, assisting en- gineer, 1809 and 2101 ............ 55.50 Lyle Culvert Co., culverts, Job 2101 108.00 Elk River Concrete Products Co.. culverts, Jobs 1809 and 2101.. 234.45 T. A. Barr, grading 1809 898.88 Larkin Construction CO., "grading Job 2101 ...: .................................... 13.145.25 Total ................................................ S 14,384.03 J. A. Mielke, assisting engineer....$ C. F, Barie, repairing grader ........... Botsford Lumber Co.. lumber .......... J. C. Rodengen, damages, detour across Lot 4, see. 11.122-44 .... IK.Ut Walter Schmidt* assisting engineer 4 Edw. Dorf, labor ................................ ';]J Chas. Viig, labor ................................ YtlMLI ?hilip Lund. labor ............................. ]S rank Grandprey, labor ................... Total ....................  .......................... $ State Road No. --Muintenance, Henry Witte, labor ............................ $ 8.00 if. A. Mielke, assisting engineer ........ 1.50 Walford JohnSOn, labor .................... 3.65 Walter Sehmidt, assisting engineer 12.00 Otto W. Kuder]lng, dynumite ........... 5.00 Hugo Mensel, rental of land for road right of way ........................ 15.00 Conrad Bakke, labor ....................... 19.20 Adolph Leehner, labor ........................ 24.00 Henry KlesPie, labor ...................... 148.28 J. H. Longneeker. labor .................... 267.17 T. M. Helgeson, gravel and labor 503.05 Total ............................................. ;.,S 1,001.85 State Road No. 5---Maintenance. Robert MaeMurphey, assisting en- STATE OF MINNESOTA. Receipts. gineer .............................................. $ 1.00 Chester Schoen, assisting engineer 1.75 Ortonvilie Hdw. Co., fuse and fuse caps ................................................... 2,58 Henry Kiespie, labor ............................ 5.00 Olaf Matison, labor ........................ 10.00 Otto Kuderling, dynamite ................ 10.25 Alfred I-Iadtrath. labor ...................... 14.06 Chas. Hillstrom. laor ...................... 20.00 Thos. Thomson, labor ........................ 21.45 Chas. Hadtrath. labor ........................ 88.40 Pete Thomson. labor ........................ 148.78 Martin A. Jolmon. labor ................ 174.75 Philip Lund. labor .............................. 188.10 J. H. Iongneeker. labor .................... 294.85 Larkin Construetinn CO.. reshaping with engine and blade ............ 956.95 March Settlement .............................. $ 10.$A Juno Settlement ............................. 28, November Settlement ..................... Total ................................................ $ ,4411S1# Digmtrmmtmta. Warrantz | during year (17,o- undmt) . ................................... $ Warrants iued to State Treasurer Transferredduring yearto School ............................. Diet fund,- Total ........................................ $ b'a Rcftmdment. Dan Sherman .....................................  I G. A. Powell .; .................................... S. J. Hmmlid ..................................... Geo. Fosburgh ...................................... Martin Lrkin ................................... Total ..... , .......................................... $ 1.882.83 Total ............................................ $ Warrants Issued (General Accmm Henry Rinee. St. Treas.. Re.astmm- mmt of monks and etditL...$ Henry Pines, St. Treas., March set- tlement ................................... - Henry Rines, St. Tress.. June tlemet ....................................... ,Wl$ll Total ............................................ .S State Read No. --Construetion. Clarence Beckman, assisting en- gineer, Job 2108 .......................... $ 2,10 F. G. Kruger, stripping pit, Job 2103 ................................................... 2.40 M, Madsen, trtrilyping pit. Job 2103 2.40 Geo. .F, Studdart, lantern and kerosene. Jab 3150 ........................ 4.40 M. Whitieh. stripping pit, Job 2103 3.90 M. J. Broniek. moving fence, Job F. A. P. 200 ................................ 6.00 J. A. Biackwelder, labor, Job 1910 8.50 A, Gustafson, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 9.60 R. C. McCormick, stripping pit, Job 2103 ........................................ 12.20 Jackson Squires, moving fence, F. A. P. 200 .................................... _12.00 John Ryan, moving fence, F, A, GAME AND FIBH LICENSE 38 Non-reeident Fishtig IAeenees $ m $00 Small Game Hunt'ng Llvenm Total ..............................................  Diabureements. Warrants issued during year ..........  Warrants Issued. i A. V. Randall, Co, Auditor, fe for issuing "fshing licensee ...........  "' A. V. Randall, .CO. Auditor, fee fo issuing hunting licenses ......... :2" Game und Fish Commission, S. Paul. hunting 'and fishing li- censes .............................................. Total ............................................... " P. 200 and strippiig pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 14.50 TOWNSHIP, CITY AND VKLLAG Carl Billiet, stripping pit, Job 2103 16.80 Win. Grimes, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 18.00 Neuman Grimes, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 18.00 Carl Lee. stripping,pit, Job 2103 .... 13.05 Peter Higgins, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 19.20 C. C. Lievens, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 19.80 Walter Sehmidt, assisting engineer, Jobs 2108 and 2202 ................... 2.50 P. M. Arnoldi, stripping pit, Job 2103 ................................................. 25.40 John McDonnell. stripping pit. Job 2108 ................................................. 88.60 A. Weneil. stripping pit. Job 2103 .00 Martin Kruger,-stripping pit, Job 2108 .................................................. 44.40 Henry Wencil. stripping pit, Job 2108 .................................................. 67.20 Thee. Casey, stripping pit, Job 2103 62.40 John Luea stripping pit, Job 2103 88.80 John Hoffman, stripping pit, Job 2105 ............................................ -_'-.- 38.40 J. M. Coyne, stripping pit, Job 2103 ............................................... 842.80 J. L. Moiler, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................... "i;i .... 214.20 Great Northern Bridge Co.. ge NO. 3181, Job 1909 .................... $ 05.00 Chris C_mphell, Ioosting and strip- ping pit, Job 2108 ........................ 182.40 Win. Campbell, lueating and strip- ping pit, Job 2103 ................... 94.70 C. M. Tilden. assistin engineer. Jobs "2002, 2108 and F. A. P, 200 ................................................... 55.00 F. W. Engdahl. assisting engineer. Jobs 2103 and F. A, P. 200 ....... 81.00 Robert MaeMurphey, assisting en- gineer, Jobs 2002, 2103, F. A, P, 200 ............................................ 172.00 Walter Elms. aesisting engineer. Jobs 2002. 2103 and F. A. P. 188.80 2OO eer, Jobs 2002, 2108, 2202. F. P. 200 ............................................ 155.40 J. J. Mulvaney, land purehatl for road right of way. F. A. P. 200 ................................................ 280.00 Wells-Dickey Co.,'"preparing proveed- ings for"hond issne . .............  ....... 325.00 J, A. Mielke, assisting engineer, Jobs 2002. 2102, 2103, F. A. P. 200 .................................................... 348.00 John Ihl; land purchased for road right of waY, F. A. P, 200 ........ 600.00 Etk River Concrete Pro, Co., tile, Job 2108 and F. A, P. 200 ........ 754.86 Lyle Crrugated Culvert CO., cul- vert Job 2103 and F. A.'P. 200 1,254.20 ,Mars. Hanlon, land purchased for road right of way, F, A. P. 1,300.0'0 4. c. 20o .................................................... Hanson Reality-.Co., land pu- chased for road, F, A, P. 200 2,750.00 4orris Construetinn Co., culverts --'I  and steel, Job 2108 and F. A. sl.q p, 0 ...........................................  7,05Lt4 ..... I W. T. Utley, Co, Treas.. part o zz.401 bond iue put iu banke on / C D's ..:2 ......... " ........................... I000.00 27.0tLarki Cone[ruction C,, grading, 6"/9.78t-- Job 2902 ....................................... 55.124.42 670.80]/ Total .... - .................................. $ leeeipt March Settlement ............................. $ JlA June Settlement .................................. November Settlement Overdrawn, January i;""/9E::::::::7 L Total ...................................... $ DldmrWnts. Refundments ......................................... $ Warrants issued to Treasurers ........ Total .............................................. $ Refgndments. Dan Sherman .......................................  G. A. P0well ....................................... S. J. Huse]ld .................................  ...... Gee. Fosburgh ...................................... Martin Lsrkin .................................... Total ............................................  U Warranta lssm! to Treamm=m. If. M, O'Neill, treasurer Browm vui Tw;;;; ........ - .......... * J. P. Byrnce,   i p. -J. Lannon. Treas. G raeeviiie c. . P';;i;;:'"'Y:'"'i'ii; Twn-- Ag:K'ersteln, Treas...atta Twp. .g, A. M, Steen Treas. AtmOd "rwp.- E. O. Hanerber, Tress. Prior , Twp. o** ..................... , .......................... Ign. Kvatum, Treas., F' Twp... t,g" Thos. Hesse Treas.. Big Stone Twp. rey Twp ........................................... Egan Andersou, Ttas, Artiehok Twp .................................. 4BIf P, W, Fruetel, Trees. Akron Tw]  Leonard Koilit, Treas. Odessa TwI. L, A. HeynoMs. Treas..Ortonville Twp ................................................. J. Lofthus, TreaS Beardsley Vt2 ff, o. L. Co]line, Treas. Barry VilIa K.' M. G. Campion. "leas, Graeevilte J, Lnehtnger. Tres, Johnson tlL 1Mmlt J. L. lgriekson. Treas. Clinton 'jlr. J.. H. Wood, Treas. Correll Vilt, p. H as, Treas. Odeesa A. L. Moore, Ts..City Ortonvw'l ----, I'-":, Total ....................................... z.. fiM (Continued ot pae 10 cro in Love. Grace: "Let's go to the movle m see Ben Turpln. ! think he hasmmh s" affectionate eye. , Jim: "Yes--they're alway  at each other." " J FEBRUARY 16, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE D Peter Johnson. Tate, board and care 23, 1920 to Jan. 27, 1921..$ Nelson. beard and care, 27 to May I 1921 ............ Anderson. board and care. 1. to Nov. 19, 1921 .......... clothing ............................ Bergan, medical atten- Johnson Furniture Co.. expenses ............................ ................................................ $ 660.26 Mrs. C. J. Nelson. Bank. Clinton, house , Jan. 1, 1920 to Oct. 1, .................................................... $ County Ditch No. 13. t W. T. Utley, Co. Treas.. interest 111,41 on bonds ....................................... $ 675.00 N. W. National Bank. Minncapolim 162.85 iuterest on lands .......................... 675.001 A. H. Sturgcs, Reg, el Deeds, te- l 337.25 cording additional lien ................. 3.00] 16,75 .......... Total ................................................ $ 1.353.00 2,00 I 30.00 County Ditch No. 14. 210,00 E. R. Hewitt. Rixe. merchandise ............ $ 56,70 merchandise ................ 42.00 fuel ............................ 40.60 O'Donnell. medical at- for Mrs. Hewitt ........ 35.00 ................................................ $ 174.30 Mrs. Catherine Voss. fuel .............................. $ 40.51 fuel ................................ $ 45.75 Farmers Elev. Co., fuel 11.60 ................................................ $ 97.86 John Noonun. merchandise .......... $ 12.09 fuel ................................ 13.65 ................................................ $ 25.74 Clarence Lovaas. Drug Co., medicine ........ $ Mrs. Issae Anderson, Here. Co.. merchandise ........ S 5.50 174,70 Teseh Family. Rergan, medical attendance$ 25.00 Mrs. Emil Johnson. Bergan, medical atten- ................................................ $ 40.00 Arthur Mlttelstadt. Sanatorium, board and Aug,, Sept., Oct.. and November ........................ $ John Willet. Bolsta, medical atten- ........................................ S Rolrt Banks. .care from July 18 to 3 ............................................ S Jolm Sttomberg. Johnson. board and 1 to Nov. 15. 1921....$ Albert Jcesnp. Co.. merchandise .......... $ 161.31J W. T, Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ O. T. Brustcun. refund of assess- ruent paid ........................................ 12.86 Total .................................... $ 112.86 llenry Rines. State Treas.. interest, School Dist. No. 45 .................... llcnry Rines, State Treas., interest. School Dist. No. 48 .................... ttenly Rines. Slate Treas., interest, School Dit. No. 50 .................... Henry Rines. State Treas., interest, School Dist. No. 53 ....... : ............ Ilenry Rines, State Treas., interest and Prin.. Sc"ool Dist. No. 55 Henry Rines. State Treas.. interest. School Dist. No. 62 .................. Henry Rincs. State Treas.. interest, a.',d Prin.. School Dist. No. 64 100.00 ltcnry Rines. State Treas.. interest, Village of Corrcll ....................... fIenry Rines, State Treas.. interest, County Ditch No. 15. W. T. Utley, Co. Treas.. interesi on bonds ........................................ $ 525.00 M E. Chamberlin expenses as en- gineer ............................................. 80.16 Chas E. Scaffold. premium on en gineer's bond ................................ 12.50 Total ................................................ $ 617.66 County Ditch No. 16. W. T. Utiey, Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ................ ?. ...................... $ 504.00 Big Stone CO. Bank., Greeeville, interest on warrant ..................... 82 Total ...... : ....................................... $ 504.82 County Ditch No. 17. W. T. Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 60.38 - Bi Stone Co. Bank.. Greeeviile, interest on warrant ..................... 82 Total ................................................ $ 61.20 County Ditch No. 18. W. T. Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 77.80 W. T, Utle. CO, Treas., intesest on bonds ........................................ Wills-Dickey CO., interest on bonds Chas. E. Scaffold, premium on en- gineer's bond, 1920 and 1921 .... $0.00 A. V. Randall, Co. Auditor, postage on notices ........................................ J. F. Geenty, Commissioner 1st Dist., mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 K. G. Knudson. Com'r, 2nd Dist.. mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 48.00 ale I. Steen, Com'r. 3rd District, mileage and per diem. Mar 16 Otto Meyers, Com'r. 4th District, mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 9.00 Nels Lundberg, Com'r. 5th District. mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 Ervin A. Gauor. St. Sanatorium. board and Oct. ax)d Nov ........... 88.40 ]l' John Boric. transportation to ............................. .i;i s 8.00 CO. Sanatorium, care t Oct. 8 to Dec. l.,..S 85.39 ................................................ $ 93.39 Temporary Relief. transpor- (p. Hack- ............................... $ 41.82 R. R. fare to Monte- W. Tourner (trans- .................................................. $ 1.78 ............................................... $ 43.60 Frank Front. Jonson, . ......... S 100.58 merchandise ......... 40.00 ................................................ $ 140.55 Refundmen ts- .................... : ..........  ........ $ .07 .06 ........................................ ,21 ........................................ ,20 ........................................ ,36 ................................................ $ .87 DITCH FUND. Receipt. .............. S 559.99 6,067.70 Settlement ........................ 4,957.02 January 1, 1922 .......... 13,801.99 ...................................... $ 28,386.70 Disbursement t January 1. 1921 ............ $ 6.064.35 issued during year ............ 19,322.35 ........................ $ 25.386.70 Judicial Ditch No, 4. State Bank. refund of tax twice ..................................... $ 1.02 judgment of Michael 148.20 .... C ' ::"i; Drincipai on St. Loan ........ 3.480.00 ......................... S 3.629.22 Judicial Ditch No. 5 "A.'" expenses as en 127.01 787.50 County Ditch No. 19. W. T. Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 81.38 County Ditch No, 20. W. T. Utley, CO. Treas.. interest on bonds ..........  ............................. $ 115.00 Clinton State Bank, final payment on contract of J. A. Hanratty 485.00 Total ................................................ $ 600.00 County Ditch No. 21. A. R. Hoyt, partial payment on contract ............................................ $ 1,540.87 341,28 341.25 25.00 1.56 9.00 10.20 6.80 5,20 6,60 Total ........................ $ 2,287.73 County Ditch No. 24. W. T. Utley. CO. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 875.00 M. E. Chamberlin. expenses as en- gineer .............................................. 83.71 Chas. E. Scaffold, premium on en- gineer's bond ................................ 12.50 Total ................................................ $ 971.21 County Ditch No. 26. Swift County Bank, Benson, inter- eat on warrants ............................ $ 50., Co'unty Ditch No. 27. ..... Swift County Bank, Benson, inter- est on warrants ............................ $ 81.14 PRIVATE REDEMPTION FUND. Receipts. Balance on hand January 1, 1921....$ 207.18 Collections during year .................... 438.74 Total ................................................ $ 645.92 Disburments. Warrants lssutd during year .......... $ 466.40 Bal. on hand January 1, 1922 .......... 179.52 Total ............................................... $ 645.92 Judicial Ditch No. 9. expenses "as viewer..$ 412.50 expenses as viewer ........ 475,50 us viewer 472.50 viewers .......... 620.00 engineer 875.00 Bahk. Season, interest Warrants ........................... ; .... 1,391.03 exlmnsee as engm- 19.71 Co, Bank, Graeeville. in- 424,29 for en'gin'r:::::::: 42.50 for engineer .... 8.00 Journal, printing plats .... 10.25 ... .....,$ 4,426.28 County Ditch No. 2 "A." " ] '.Utlev Co, Treas., interest l t nd'. ..................  .................... $ 175,00 County Ditch No. 8. ines. St. Treas..\\; interest$ 1.740"01 Principal on St. la ........ County Ditch No. 1O. t,ley. Co. Treas., interest S nds ........................................ 250.00 County Ditch No. 11. Co. TreaS., interest ........................................ $ 350.00 Bank, Minneapolis, on bonds .................. -.-- 350,00 culvert ............ 107.94 inch, labor and material 303.10 on bridge ............ 28.00 ................................................ $ 1,139,04 County Ditch No. 12. Co. Treas.. interest ........................................ S 325,00 Reg. of Deeds. re- additional lien .............. 1.50 ............................................... $ 826.50 WARRANTS ISSUED. Gold .Bros. See. Co.. redemption of dertiflcates Nee. 358 and 419....$ 24.31 Hugo Mensol, redemption of cert. No, 449 .......................................... 36.07 A. H. Sturges, redemption of cert. No. 465 .......................................... 55.93 H. E. Zimmerman, redemption of cert. No. 466 ................................ 48.34 Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Odessa, redemption of cert, No. 343 ................................................... 35.77 Martin Schoen. redemption of cert. No. 477 ............................................. 52 -- H. W. Sarvis, redemption of cert. No. 17 ............................................ 265.46 Total ................................................ S 466.40 STATE LANDS. Reeeipte. Collections during year ................... S 910.76 Disburssment Warrants issued during year ........ S 857.96 Transferred to School District fund 52.80 Total .................................... r--i ....... S 910.76 Warrants Issued. W. T. Utley, CO. Treas.. fee for cod leetions .......................................... $ 4.29 Henry Rines. St. Treas.. coliections to June 1. 1921 ............................ 853.67 Total ................................................ $ 857.96 STATE LOAN FUND. Receiptl. Balance on hand January 1, 1921....$ 8.728.70 March Settlement .............................. 3.007.91 June Settlement .................................. 4,837.21 November Settlement ". ....................... 3,242.80 Transferred from County Revenue - Fund ................................................ 3.000.00 Transferred from County Road and Bridge Ftmd ................................ 1,700.00 Total ................................................ $ 24,516.62 DIsburssments. Warrants issued to St. Treasurer....$ 12,950.00 Transferred to CO. Revenue fund .... 4,350.00 Transferred to School Dist. fund .... 338.27 Balance on hand January 1, 1922 .... 6,878.35 Tote] ................................................ $ 24,516.62 Warrants Issued to State Treasurer. tIenry Rines, State Treas.. interest. Schogi Dist. No. 1 .................... S 2.400.00 Henry Rnnes, State Treas., interest, School Dist. No. 2 ........................ 160.00 lfenry Rines, State Treas., interest, ........ and Prin.. School Dist. No. 11 Henry Rines. State Treas., inteest, School Dist. No. 14 .................... tIenry Rines, State Treas., interest, and Prin. School Dist. No. 24 Henry Rinee, State Treas., interest, School Dist. No, 27 ...................... HcmT Rines, State Treas., interest, School Dist. No. 29 ...................... llemy Rines. State Treas., interest, School Dist, No. 35 .................... Refundmeuts. 559.00 Dan Sherman ...................................... $ (;. A. Powc I ...................................... 104.00 S. A. Huselid ...................................... Gee. Fnsburgh .................................  ..... 760.00 Martin Larkin .................................... 100,00 Total ................................................ 2,760.00 I ......... 100.0e Interest on Warrants. Neuman Lumb.r Co ...................... $ 3(;4.00 A. Z. Martinson ........................... l"armers & Merchants Bank, [lir ]l,. F.A. P. 130 2,659.00 Ict IL.I, gravel, .6 "treas, City of OrLonvP!e, appropra- .60 tion for bridge ]:y county ........ 2;,3,53,56 T. A, Barr, grading and laying 2.1(1 1.98 tile, Job 2001 ............................. 4.212.48 3.27 W. T. Utley, Co. Treas. out in bank on time de,posit .................... 5.00.00 8.5 Larkin Cons'ructinn t:o,. grading Jb 21(,4 and F. A. P. 130 ........ 21,762.17 P. J, Mettlinr. gravelinlr, Job 2001 and F. A. P. 130 ....................... 22,548.2) .50 .28 136.00 tene City .................................. 35 First Slale Bank Odessa ................. 76 and f'rin.. Twp. GraceviIle ........ 354.60 Gracevilte State. Bank ......................... 45 Henry Rfnes. State Treas., interest, Nassau State Bank ........................... 2.00 and Prin.. Villa'e Graceville ...... 2.20,40 Harold Norman .................................. 1.76 .......... O(to Gerber ......................................... 1.60 Total ................................................ $ 12.950,00 H. W. Sarvia ........................................ 2.18 G(,ier Lumber Co ................................. 3.97 J, A. Matthsws .................................... 3A)8 COUNTY BOND INTEREST FUND. Rusll Grader Mfg. Co ..................... 4.61 Johnson State Bank ............................ 7,43 Farmers & Merchants State Bank. Cm'rell ............................................ 9.59 Reipts. Appleton State Bank ........................ 5.41 Bat. on hand January 1, 1921 ........ $ 186.23 Botsford Lumber Co ......................... 13.45 ...... March Settlement ............................... 1,640.00 Citizen State Bank Beardsley .... 7.94 June Settlement ................................. 4,595.49 First National Bank, Beardsley ........ 12.73 November Settlement ........................ 3,582.01 Cliff & Purcell ...................................... 15.00 Overdrawn January 1, 1922 ............ 8,788.68 Martin Schoen ........................................ 7.15 -- C. B. Enkema & Co ........................... 37.46 Total ................................................ $ 18,792.41 Farmers & Merchants State Bank. Odessa .............................................. 45.85 Disbursements. Clinton State Bank ............................ 21.65 Warrants issued during year ............ $ 18,792.41 Firsl National Bank. Clinton ........ 25.47 Big Stone Co. Bank, Graeevilie .... 88.32 Ortonville State Bank ........................ 45.04 Warrants Issued. First National Bank. Ortonvitle .... 257,57 Citizens National Bank. Ortonville 390.96 Northwestern Trust Co., Interest on First National Bank, Greeeville ...... 846.95 $103.000 Road Bonds ................ $ 3,090.00 W. T. Utley, CO. Treas., interest Total ................................................ S 1,889.51 on $103.00(I Road bonds ........... 6,180.00 W. T. Utley, CO. Treas.. interest on $50,000 Road bonds .......... 2.500.00 W. T. Utley, Co. Treas.. interest Salary and Expenses of Engineer. on $97,000 Road bonds ................ 5,820.00 L. P. Zimmerman. salary for Jan. W. T. Utley, Co. Treas., interest Feh.. Mar., and April ................ $ 800.00 on $30,000 Curt house bonds 1,200.60 L. P. Zimmerman. expenses. Nov. Dan Sherman, refundmeni ............. 02 G. A. Powell, refundment ................. 20 23. 1920 to May 1, 1921 ............ 403.24 S, J. Huselid, refundment ................. 76 Win. F. Engdahi, salary, May 1, Gee. Fosburg. refundment ................. 71 1921 to Dec. 31, 1921 ................ 1.490.00 Martin Larkin, cefundment .12 F. W. Engdahl, expends, May 1 ............ to Nov. 1, 1921 .......................... 1,809.80 Total ............................. $ 18,792.41 Total ............................. $ 4,413.04 COUNTY ATTORNEY'S CONTINGENT FUND. General Road and Bridge. G. L. H. Tucker. making copies of stiptflation in road appeal ease..S 2.50 Receipte. Keuffer & Esser CO., tape reflllers .... 4.66 Bal. on hand January 1, 1921 ........ $ 100.00 Ortonvilie Hdw. Co., hand axe, Transferred from Co. Revenue fund 100.00 nails, shellac etc ....................... 6.80 -- Chas. Scaffold, premium on engin- Total ....................... S 200.00 er's bond ........................................ 7.50 Mabel Norman, typewriting for on- - gineer ................................................ 10.50 Disbursements. Chicago Steel Tape Co.. 2 steel Transferred to Co. Revenue fund....$ 100.00 tapes ................................................ 12.79 Bal. on hand January 1. 1922 100.00 Park Garage, trip from Odessa to ........ Johnson with commissioners .... 15.00 Total ............................................... $ 200.00 J" D. Ross & Co.. shovel, scythes and snath ........................................ 19.95 Ortonvi]le Independent, stationery, 500 drag cards ............................... 21.00 COUNTY SINKING FUND. Lenker Mfg. Co.. 1 rod for engineer 21.20 Improvement Bulletin. advertising sale of jobs .................................. 32.00 Receipts. Harold Norman, assisting engineer 19.25 Bal. on hand January 1, 1921 ........ $ 2,955.68 C. M. Tilden, assisting engineer .... 45.00 March Settlement ................................ 317.63 Walter Elms, assistin engineer ...... 35.00 June Settlement .................................... 852.35 Robert MacMurphey, assisting on- November Settlement .......................... 658.68 gineer ............................................ 98.50 Transferred from County Road and Otto Gerber, repairing Sehmeiehel Bridge fund .................................... 4,200.00 bridge ............................................ 61.50 Transferred from Co. Revenue fund 3,000.00 Geier Lumber Co., lumber for bridge across Minn. River ....... 82.35 Total .................... S 11,984.34 H. A. Rogers & Co.. 3 tapes, 2 tri- angles and tape fillers ................ 25.76 Botsford Lbr. Co.. lumber and lath 112.55 Ortonville Journal. tmtionery. Disburcements. printing gravel cheeks etc ......... 139.20 Warrants issued during year ............ $ 10,000,80 j. A, Mtelke, assisting engineer .... 369.80 Transferred to Co. Revenue fund ...... 1.000.00 . Menzel, lumber for Sehmeiehel Balance on hand, Jan. 1, 1922 ........ 983,54 bridge .... : ......................................... 206.40 Total ............... S 11.984.34 Total ................................................ $ 1,848.91 Warrants Issued. State Road No. 2nstruction. W, T. Utley, Co. Treas., payment S on court house bonds ................ 10,000.00 Walter Schmidt. assisting engineer..$ 6.00 Dan Sherman, refundment ............... 27 Walter Elms, assisting engineer .... 8.75 G. A. Powell, refundment ................. 04 C. M. Tilden, assisting engineer ..... 11.50 S. J. Husetid, refundment ................. 14 Harold Norman. assisting engineer 12.25 Gee. Fosburgh, refundment ............... 13 Robert MacMurphey, assisting on- Martin Larkin. tfundment ............. 22 gineer . ............................................ 30,00 Total ............................... $ 10,000.80 Tntal ................................................ $ 68.5 TEACHERS' INSURANCE AND RETIRE- State Road No. ---Maintenance. MENT FUND. Walter Schmidt. assisting engineer S 3.00 ll. tl. Tyler, labor ............................ 1.50 John Kntppen. labor .......................... 3.78 Receipts. J. D. Ross & Co.. axel grease, shovel ete ....................................... 4.90 Collections during year ................... S 783.32 Gee. Hastings, labor ........................ 3.00 J. A. Mielke. aseisting engineer .... 5.00 Howard Goldsmith, labor ................ 7.00 Dtsblirsements. Arthur Lyman, labor ........................ 9.60 Warrants issued during year .......... S 768.32 G. H. Englnnd, sharpening grader Bal. on hand January 1, 1922 ........ 15,00 lays .................................................. 15.00 C, M. Tilden, assisting engineer .... 15,00 Total ............................... S 783.32 E, E. Stanton, labor ........................... 13.60 Russell Grader Mfg. Co., repairs for rader ...................................... 19.73 Warrants Issued. WalLer Elms. assisting engineer .... 21.00 Teach Bros.. labor ............................... 51.92 Henry Rine, State Treas.. eollec- E, F. Finberg. rental of land for tions tO August 1. 1921 ............ $ 763.32 road right of way ........................ 100.00 Ada Hanes, refund of pension ........ 5,00 S. C. Palmer, labor ............................ 188,65 Total .................................... $ 768,32 Lyte Culvert Co., culverts ................ 168.46 J. F. Stielow, labor ............................ 280.55 Gordon Hoxtell, labor ....................... 491.22 J. Leslie Green, labor ........................ 73'7.37 INCIDENTAL FUND. Earl Lyman. labor ............................ 58.50 Larkin Const. Co., heavy mainte- nance .............................................. 4,754.30 Receipts. Total ............................................... $ 6.952.95 Transferred from Co. Revenue funds 1.200.00 Overdrawn January 1. 1922 ............ 68.8S Total ................................................ $ 1,268.3 State Road No. 3--Construction. Ortonvil}e Hardware CO., ma- terial, Job 2001 ............................ S 2.80 Disbursements. Win. Drewien, installing culvert Overdrawn January 1. 1921 .............. S 46.8 ` F.A.P. 130 ................................ 3.25 Warrants issued during year ............ 1,221.49 Fred Edwards. installing culvert* F. A. P. 130 ........................................ Total ..................... $ 1,268.$8 C. A. Johnson Lbr. Co., lath. F. A. P. 130 ........................................ Walter Schmidt, assisting engineer Warrants Issued. F.C. Miller. filling grade for gray- eliing. F. A. P. 130 .................. W. T. Utiey. CO. Treas.. postage....S 110.00 H. Fa]k & F Schultz. labor. Job A.V. Randall. Co. Auditor. postage 100.44 2001 .................................................. . H. Sturges, Reg. of Deeds, Gee. Studdart, lanterns, nails and postage ............................................ 100.00 paint, F. A. P. 130 ................ Martha M. Rothwell. Superintendent p. Higgins, gravelling, F. A. P, 130 of Schools, postage ...................... 60.00 Ed. Larkin, labor. F. A, P. 130 ........ John Gowan, Sheriff, postage ........ 19,60 John McRae& Sons, lumber, F. A. "-- R. B. Hudson, Probate Judge, P. 130 ............................................. postage ......... 10.00 A. Drewien. installing culverts. F. N. W. Bell 'giilo';'"i;'"'ntal A.P. 130 ........................................ and tolls, October 21, 1920 to R.J. McLane, material, F, A. P. November 21, 192] ........................ 580,96 130 .................................................... City of Ortonvi]le, lights and wa- VonLohn & Schabot, laying tile and ter_year ,ending Dee. 1, 1921 .... 188.48 culvert. F. A, P. 139 ................. "M. J. Hauaauer, freight .................... 20.25 F. W. Engdahl, assisting* engineer, John Spanyets, exprees .................... 31.76 Job 2104 ........................................ C. M. Tilden. assisting engineer; Total ................................................ S 1,221.49 Job 2104, F. A. P. 200, bridge 8528 .................................................. Robert MasMurphey, amdstlng en- gineer. Jobs 2001. 2104. F. A. ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. P. 130 .............................................. "  Harold Norman, assisting engineer, Jobs 2001.2104 s F. A. P, 130, Eeeeiptt, B. 3828 ............................................ Lumber, culvert and gravel .............. $ 48.40 Graeevi]le Lumber Co., posts and State Aid during year .................... 16,630.00 tile, F. A. P. 160 ........................ Federal Aid during year ................ 18.462.83 A. J. Lannon. land purchased for 27.692.34 road right of way .................... Settlements ............................................ Bonds ..................................................... 142,296.46 H. A. Kraft. permanent use of road Overdrawn January 1 1922 ............ 24,874.43 right of way ................................ Mrs. Rose Twiehell, land purchased Total ................................................ $230.003.95 for road right of way ............ Walter Elms. assleting Engineer, Jobs 2001,2104, and F. A. P. 130 Milton L. Hof, eomlmcting gravel, Disburmments. Job 2001 ........................................ Overdrawn January 1, 1921 ............. $ 33,049.24 j. A. Meilke, assisting engineer, Warrants issued during year ........ 186,053.72 Jobs 2001. 2104, and F. A. P. Error in booking warrant No, 9994 .50 130 ............................................ ; Error in Booking warrant No. 10148 .50 Elk River Concrete Produce ., Transferred to C. Revenue fund .... 5,000.00 Job 2104 .......................................... Transferred to Co. Sinking fund .... 4,200.00 Gee, Campbell, checking gravel, F. Transferred to Co. St. Loan fund 1,700.00 A.P. 130 .................... ................... Chris Camvbell, blading gravel, F. Total ................................................ $230,003.96 A, P. 180 ........................................ M. Eido. ravel, F. A. P. 130 ............ L P. Hess, land put, chased for Wurrants Issued, oad right ofway ........................ .............. 8.58 Wells-I)ickey Co.. preparing pro- Refundments ..... tnts"[[[ii..i ........... .'S 1.889.51 eedings for bond issue ............ (nterest on warr Louis Lambreeht, gravel, Job 2001,. Salary and expenses of Highway engineer .......................................... 4,413.04 Cliff &Pureell. land pnrehased for General Road and Bridge ................ 1,348.91 road right ofWay ........................ State Road No. 2 ................................ 7.021.45 Win. Campbell, spreading gravel. F. A. P. 130 j, G, c, riggs, "/;i;i'//'"';ii";//i compacting ravel, Job 201 .... Lyle Corrugated Culvert Co., CuD verts, Job 2104 .................................... W. G. Polder. eheeking gravel etc. for Job 2001 .................................... J. 1/. Skogrand, gravelliug, Job 2001 F. R. Rie'ard. stripping pit, F. A. P, 130 ............................................ Sta:e oad No. 6--Muintenance. Wffn. Campbell, 25 lb. cup grease....$ Hafld Norman. assisting engineer R<Art MacMurphey, assisting en gineer ................................................ John Oswege, labor ..2 ........................ K./ Rusl Grader Mg. Co., repairs for grader .............................................. L J. A, Mielke. assisting e.ugineer .... I John McRae & Sons. rental of land for road right of way ...... 2 680.00 120.00 tate Road No. 3 ................................ 67.040.51 State Road No. 4 ................................ 15,855.88 1,600.00 tate Road No. 5 ................................ 1,882.$3 tate Road No. 6 ................................ 83,154.29 100.00 State Road No. 7 ............................... 19,24 State Road No. 8 ................................ 3,183,98 292,9( [tate Road No. 9 ............................... 73.90 80.00 1 Total ............................................... $188,083. 3.25 4.25 4.50 8.00 13.00 15.15 18.80 16.65 27.54 36.39 19.50 46.00 33.00 "$6.00 48.00 54.60 44.60 50.00 50.00 80.00 67,20 126.00 138,50 133.75 159.10 181.85 187.31 180.00 160.0 285.1( ............ Walter Elms. assisting engineer .... 1 Total ................................................ $ 64.174.2:; Carl Rixe, labor ................................ .L C. M: Tilden, assisting engineer .... Q)#t Joe. Guenther, labor ............................ b' Virgil Robblns; labor ....................... C/- State Road No. 3Maintenance. Frank Daly, labor .............................. 7K. J. F, Rothwell, use of mower ........ $ ..o0 J. M. Coyne. labor 16.Al A. Beck, labor .................................... 1.00 G. . Griffith. labor'":::::::::::::::!:::::::: 501J J. A. Matthews. use of truck ........ 4.00 ,ay Gowan, assisting engineer ........ 6.60 Total .............................................. $ 1,0Z-.| Maurice Randall. assisting engineer 2.80 Chester Schoen assisting engineer 1.75 The Beaulieu Co.. saw, nails ete ..... 7.82 State Road No. 7Maintenanco. Fred Sehultz. labor ............................ 6.00 Teseh Brim.. labor ............................ 9.00 R. Menzcl & Co lumber ............... $ Rusel Grader Mfg. Co.. repairs for . G. Poirier, labor ........................... K.tt grader . ............................................. 19.28 Philip Lund. labor ................................ '.t G. H. Englund. sharpening grader lays .................................................... 15,00 Total ............................................... A IIL Lyie Corrugated Culvert Co.. road sngns ................................................ 23.20 Lang & Griffith. I steel haxrow .... 30.00 State Read No. 8--Maintenunce A. Z. Martinson. damage to rye Walter Schmidt, assisting engineers field by temporary road ............ 25.00 F. H. Atha. assisting engineer ...... I- Virgil Robbins, labor .......................... 50.55 Walter Elms, assisting engineer .... " l_T S. H. Frizzell, l.bor ............................ 25.00 Emil Johnson, labor ............................ g Louis Lambreeht* labor .................... 20.00 C. H. TomHn, assisting enginr .... q.D Chas. Wiediund, dynamite ................ 2.66 j. A. Mielkc. assisting engineer .... J. J, Martinson. damage to fence Ray Gowan. aasisting engineer: ...... Z.m and field by road ........................ 30,0@ F. L. Block, labor ................................ Y.4.t Win. Cummens. sharpening grader W. K. Hanson. tabor ..................... 3tt.g blades ete ....................................... 28.45 Betsford,L.umber Co.. lumber ............ 4gJ . Leslie Green, labor ........................ 30.75 Teach Bros., labor .............................. " ....... A. Mie}ke, assisting engineer ........ 35.50 C. F. Johnson, labor ............................ IT.a JGi A H. Longnecke-, labor .................... 63.00 Bergman Bros., labor ........................ 210* . Griflith, labor ............................ 73.75 Larkin Constrtmtion Co., heay E'. M. Plummer, damage to crop maintenhnee, engine and grader 2, and fence by road .................... 100.00 Walter E!ms. assisting engineer ...... 118.40 Total ....................................... $ "3.Ib' Win. Campbell. labor ........................ 161.35 Gee. Campbell, labor .......................... 157,04 G. Griggs, hauling gravel ............ 258.00 State Road No. 9--ConstBfi- A. DeWall. labor ............................ 278.30 A. Barr, grading ere 280.20 Harold Norman. assisting engineer, , G. Poirier. labor and ................. gravel........ 455.60 Jcb 2201 ........................................ $ 1 524.38 Walter Elms. assisting engineer John Drewien, labor ............................ ---------- Job 2201 ...................................... 4 Total ................................................ $ 2,866.3 C. M. Tilden..assisting engineer, Job 2201 ........................................ Total ............................... | State Road 'No. 4Construction. J. A. Mielke, assisting engineer, Jobs 1809 and 2101 .................... $ 3.50 State Road No. 9--Malntenauc Walter Sehmidt. assisting engineer. Job 2203 ......................................... 15.00 Walter Elms, asssiting engineer. Jobs 1809. 2101 and 2203 ........ 22.75 Harold Norman. assisting engineer, Jobs 1809 and 2101 .................... 23.70 C. M. Tilden, assisting engineer 2101 and 2203 .......................... 42.50 Robert MacMurphey, assisting en- gineer, 1809 and 2101 ............ 55.50 Lyle Culvert Co., culverts, Job 2101 108.00 Elk River Concrete Products Co.. culverts, Jobs 1809 and 2101.. 234.45 T. A. Barr, grading 1809 898.88 Larkin Construction CO., "grading Job 2101 ...: .................................... 13.145.25 Total ................................................ S 14,384.03 J. A. Mielke, assisting engineer....$ C. F, Barie, repairing grader ........... Botsford Lumber Co.. lumber .......... J. C. Rodengen, damages, detour across Lot 4, see. 11.122-44 .... IK.Ut Walter Schmidt* assisting engineer 4 Edw. Dorf, labor ................................ ';]J Chas. Viig, labor ................................ YtlMLI ?hilip Lund. labor ............................. ]S rank Grandprey, labor ................... Total ....................  .......................... $ State Road No. --Muintenance, Henry Witte, labor ............................ $ 8.00 if. A. Mielke, assisting engineer ........ 1.50 Walford JohnSOn, labor .................... 3.65 Walter Sehmidt, assisting engineer 12.00 Otto W. Kuder]lng, dynumite ........... 5.00 Hugo Mensel, rental of land for road right of way ........................ 15.00 Conrad Bakke, labor ....................... 19.20 Adolph Leehner, labor ........................ 24.00 Henry KlesPie, labor ...................... 148.28 J. H. Longneeker. labor .................... 267.17 T. M. Helgeson, gravel and labor 503.05 Total ............................................. ;.,S 1,001.85 State Road No. 5---Maintenance. Robert MaeMurphey, assisting en- STATE OF MINNESOTA. Receipts. gineer .............................................. $ 1.00 Chester Schoen, assisting engineer 1.75 Ortonvilie Hdw. Co., fuse and fuse caps ................................................... 2,58 Henry Kiespie, labor ............................ 5.00 Olaf Matison, labor ........................ 10.00 Otto Kuderling, dynamite ................ 10.25 Alfred I-Iadtrath. labor ...................... 14.06 Chas. Hillstrom. laor ...................... 20.00 Thos. Thomson, labor ........................ 21.45 Chas. Hadtrath. labor ........................ 88.40 Pete Thomson. labor ........................ 148.78 Martin A. Jolmon. labor ................ 174.75 Philip Lund. labor .............................. 188.10 J. H. Iongneeker. labor .................... 294.85 Larkin Construetinn CO.. reshaping with engine and blade ............ 956.95 March Settlement .............................. $ 10.$A Juno Settlement ............................. 28, November Settlement ..................... Total ................................................ $ ,4411S1# Digmtrmmtmta. Warrantz | during year (17,o- undmt) . ................................... $ Warrants iued to State Treasurer Transferredduring yearto School ............................. Diet fund,- Total ........................................ $ b'a Rcftmdment. Dan Sherman .....................................  I G. A. Powell .; .................................... S. J. Hmmlid ..................................... Geo. Fosburgh ...................................... Martin Lrkin ................................... Total ..... , .......................................... $ 1.882.83 Total ............................................ $ Warrants Issued (General Accmm Henry Rinee. St. Treas.. Re.astmm- mmt of monks and etditL...$ Henry Pines, St. Treas., March set- tlement ................................... - Henry Rines, St. Tress.. June tlemet ....................................... ,Wl$ll Total ............................................ .S State Read No. --Construetion. Clarence Beckman, assisting en- gineer, Job 2108 .......................... $ 2,10 F. G. Kruger, stripping pit, Job 2103 ................................................... 2.40 M, Madsen, trtrilyping pit. Job 2103 2.40 Geo. .F, Studdart, lantern and kerosene. Jab 3150 ........................ 4.40 M. Whitieh. stripping pit, Job 2103 3.90 M. J. Broniek. moving fence, Job F. A. P. 200 ................................ 6.00 J. A. Biackwelder, labor, Job 1910 8.50 A, Gustafson, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 9.60 R. C. McCormick, stripping pit, Job 2103 ........................................ 12.20 Jackson Squires, moving fence, F. A. P. 200 .................................... _12.00 John Ryan, moving fence, F, A, GAME AND FIBH LICENSE 38 Non-reeident Fishtig IAeenees $ m $00 Small Game Hunt'ng Llvenm Total ..............................................  Diabureements. Warrants issued during year ..........  Warrants Issued. i A. V. Randall, Co, Auditor, fe for issuing "fshing licensee ...........  "' A. V. Randall, .CO. Auditor, fee fo issuing hunting licenses ......... :2" Game und Fish Commission, S. Paul. hunting 'and fishing li- censes .............................................. Total ............................................... " P. 200 and strippiig pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 14.50 TOWNSHIP, CITY AND VKLLAG Carl Billiet, stripping pit, Job 2103 16.80 Win. Grimes, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 18.00 Neuman Grimes, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 18.00 Carl Lee. stripping,pit, Job 2103 .... 13.05 Peter Higgins, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 19.20 C. C. Lievens, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 19.80 Walter Sehmidt, assisting engineer, Jobs 2108 and 2202 ................... 2.50 P. M. Arnoldi, stripping pit, Job 2103 ................................................. 25.40 John McDonnell. stripping pit. Job 2108 ................................................. 88.60 A. Weneil. stripping pit. Job 2103 .00 Martin Kruger,-stripping pit, Job 2108 .................................................. 44.40 Henry Wencil. stripping pit, Job 2108 .................................................. 67.20 Thee. Casey, stripping pit, Job 2103 62.40 John Luea stripping pit, Job 2103 88.80 John Hoffman, stripping pit, Job 2105 ............................................ -_'-.- 38.40 J. M. Coyne, stripping pit, Job 2103 ............................................... 842.80 J. L. Moiler, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................... "i;i .... 214.20 Great Northern Bridge Co.. ge NO. 3181, Job 1909 .................... $ 05.00 Chris C_mphell, Ioosting and strip- ping pit, Job 2108 ........................ 182.40 Win. Campbell, lueating and strip- ping pit, Job 2103 ................... 94.70 C. M. Tilden. assistin engineer. Jobs "2002, 2108 and F. A. P, 200 ................................................... 55.00 F. W. Engdahl. assisting engineer. Jobs 2103 and F. A, P. 200 ....... 81.00 Robert MaeMurphey, assisting en- gineer, Jobs 2002, 2103, F. A, P, 200 ............................................ 172.00 Walter Elms. aesisting engineer. Jobs 2002. 2103 and F. A. P. 188.80 2OO eer, Jobs 2002, 2108, 2202. F. P. 200 ............................................ 155.40 J. J. Mulvaney, land purehatl for road right of way. F. A. P. 200 ................................................ 280.00 Wells-Dickey Co.,'"preparing proveed- ings for"hond issne . .............  ....... 325.00 J, A. Mielke, assisting engineer, Jobs 2002. 2102, 2103, F. A. P. 200 .................................................... 348.00 John Ihl; land purchased for road right of waY, F. A. P, 200 ........ 600.00 Etk River Concrete Pro, Co., tile, Job 2108 and F. A, P. 200 ........ 754.86 Lyle Crrugated Culvert CO., cul- vert Job 2103 and F. A.'P. 200 1,254.20 ,Mars. Hanlon, land purchased for road right of way, F, A. P. 1,300.0'0 4. c. 20o .................................................... Hanson Reality-.Co., land pu- chased for road, F, A, P. 200 2,750.00 4orris Construetinn Co., culverts --'I  and steel, Job 2108 and F. A. sl.q p, 0 ...........................................  7,05Lt4 ..... I W. T. Utley, Co, Treas.. part o zz.401 bond iue put iu banke on / C D's ..:2 ......... " ........................... I000.00 27.0tLarki Cone[ruction C,, grading, 6"/9.78t-- Job 2902 ....................................... 55.124.42 670.80]/ Total .... - .................................. $ leeeipt March Settlement ............................. $ JlA June Settlement .................................. November Settlement Overdrawn, January i;""/9E::::::::7 L Total ...................................... $ DldmrWnts. Refundments ......................................... $ Warrants issued to Treasurers ........ Total .............................................. $ Refgndments. Dan Sherman .......................................  G. A. P0well ....................................... S. J. Huse]ld .................................  ...... Gee. Fosburgh ...................................... Martin Lsrkin .................................... Total ............................................  U Warranta lssm! to Treamm=m. If. M, O'Neill, treasurer Browm vui Tw;;;; ........ - .......... * J. P. Byrnce,   i p. -J. Lannon. Treas. G raeeviiie c. . P';;i;;:'"'Y:'"'i'ii; Twn-- Ag:K'ersteln, Treas...atta Twp. .g, A. M, Steen Treas. AtmOd "rwp.- E. O. Hanerber, Tress. Prior , Twp. o** ..................... , .......................... Ign. Kvatum, Treas., F' Twp... t,g" Thos. Hesse Treas.. Big Stone Twp. rey Twp ........................................... Egan Andersou, Ttas, Artiehok Twp .................................. 4BIf P, W, Fruetel, Trees. Akron Tw]  Leonard Koilit, Treas. Odessa TwI. L, A. HeynoMs. Treas..Ortonville Twp ................................................. J. Lofthus, TreaS Beardsley Vt2 ff, o. L. Co]line, Treas. Barry VilIa K.' M. G. Campion. "leas, Graeevilte J, Lnehtnger. Tres, Johnson tlL 1Mmlt J. L. lgriekson. Treas. Clinton 'jlr. J.. H. Wood, Treas. Correll Vilt, p. H as, Treas. Odeesa A. L. Moore, Ts..City Ortonvw'l ----, I'-":, Total ....................................... z.. fiM (Continued ot pae 10 cro in Love. Grace: "Let's go to the movle m see Ben Turpln. ! think he hasmmh s" affectionate eye. , Jim: "Yes--they're alway  at each other." " J EBRUARY 16, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE g FEBRUARY 16, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE D Peter Johnson. Tate, board and care 23, 1920 to Jan. 27, 1921..$ Nelson. beard and care, 27 to May I 1921 ............ Anderson. board and care. 1. to Nov. 19, 1921 .......... clothing ............................ Bergan, medical atten- Johnson Furniture Co.. expenses ............................ ................................................ $ 660.26 Mrs. C. J. Nelson. Bank. Clinton, house , Jan. 1, 1920 to Oct. 1, .................................................... $ County Ditch No. 13. t W. T. Utley, Co. Treas.. interest 111,41 on bonds ....................................... $ 675.00 N. W. National Bank. Minncapolim 162.85 iuterest on lands .......................... 675.001 A. H. Sturgcs, Reg, el Deeds, te- l 337.25 cording additional lien ................. 3.00] 16,75 .......... Total ................................................ $ 1.353.00 2,00 I 30.00 County Ditch No. 14. 210,00 E. R. Hewitt. Rixe. merchandise ............ $ 56,70 merchandise ................ 42.00 fuel ............................ 40.60 O'Donnell. medical at- for Mrs. Hewitt ........ 35.00 ................................................ $ 174.30 Mrs. Catherine Voss. fuel .............................. $ 40.51 fuel ................................ $ 45.75 Farmers Elev. Co., fuel 11.60 ................................................ $ 97.86 John Noonun. merchandise .......... $ 12.09 fuel ................................ 13.65 ................................................ $ 25.74 Clarence Lovaas. Drug Co., medicine ........ $ Mrs. Issae Anderson, Here. Co.. merchandise ........ S 5.50 174,70 Teseh Family. Rergan, medical attendance$ 25.00 Mrs. Emil Johnson. Bergan, medical atten- ................................................ $ 40.00 Arthur Mlttelstadt. Sanatorium, board and Aug,, Sept., Oct.. and November ........................ $ John Willet. Bolsta, medical atten- ........................................ S Rolrt Banks. .care from July 18 to 3 ............................................ S Jolm Sttomberg. Johnson. board and 1 to Nov. 15. 1921....$ Albert Jcesnp. Co.. merchandise .......... $ 161.31J W. T, Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ O. T. Brustcun. refund of assess- ruent paid ........................................ 12.86 Total .................................... $ 112.86 llenry Rines. State Treas.. interest, School Dist. No. 45 .................... llcnry Rines, State Treas., interest. School Dist. No. 48 .................... ttenly Rines. Slate Treas., interest, School Dit. No. 50 .................... Henry Rines. State Treas., interest, School Dist. No. 53 ....... : ............ Ilenry Rines, State Treas., interest and Prin.. Sc"ool Dist. No. 55 Henry Rines. State Treas.. interest. School Dist. No. 62 .................. Henry Rincs. State Treas.. interest, a.',d Prin.. School Dist. No. 64 100.00 ltcnry Rines. State Treas.. interest, Village of Corrcll ....................... fIenry Rines, State Treas.. interest, County Ditch No. 15. W. T. Utley, Co. Treas.. interesi on bonds ........................................ $ 525.00 M E. Chamberlin expenses as en- gineer ............................................. 80.16 Chas E. Scaffold. premium on en gineer's bond ................................ 12.50 Total ................................................ $ 617.66 County Ditch No. 16. W. T. Utiey, Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ................ ?. ...................... $ 504.00 Big Stone CO. Bank., Greeeville, interest on warrant ..................... 82 Total ...... : ....................................... $ 504.82 County Ditch No. 17. W. T. Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 60.38 - Bi Stone Co. Bank.. Greeeviile, interest on warrant ..................... 82 Total ................................................ $ 61.20 County Ditch No. 18. W. T. Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 77.80 W. T, Utle. CO, Treas., intesest on bonds ........................................ Wills-Dickey CO., interest on bonds Chas. E. Scaffold, premium on en- gineer's bond, 1920 and 1921 .... $0.00 A. V. Randall, Co. Auditor, postage on notices ........................................ J. F. Geenty, Commissioner 1st Dist., mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 K. G. Knudson. Com'r, 2nd Dist.. mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 48.00 ale I. Steen, Com'r. 3rd District, mileage and per diem. Mar 16 Otto Meyers, Com'r. 4th District, mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 9.00 Nels Lundberg, Com'r. 5th District. mileage and per diem, Mar. 16 Ervin A. Gauor. St. Sanatorium. board and Oct. ax)d Nov ........... 88.40 ]l' John Boric. transportation to ............................. .i;i s 8.00 CO. Sanatorium, care t Oct. 8 to Dec. l.,..S 85.39 ................................................ $ 93.39 Temporary Relief. transpor- (p. Hack- ............................... $ 41.82 R. R. fare to Monte- W. Tourner (trans- .................................................. $ 1.78 ............................................... $ 43.60 Frank Front. Jonson, . ......... S 100.58 merchandise ......... 40.00 ................................................ $ 140.55 Refundmen ts- .................... : ..........  ........ $ .07 .06 ........................................ ,21 ........................................ ,20 ........................................ ,36 ................................................ $ .87 DITCH FUND. Receipt. .............. S 559.99 6,067.70 Settlement ........................ 4,957.02 January 1, 1922 .......... 13,801.99 ...................................... $ 28,386.70 Disbursement t January 1. 1921 ............ $ 6.064.35 issued during year ............ 19,322.35 ........................ $ 25.386.70 Judicial Ditch No, 4. State Bank. refund of tax twice ..................................... $ 1.02 judgment of Michael 148.20 .... C ' ::"i; Drincipai on St. Loan ........ 3.480.00 ......................... S 3.629.22 Judicial Ditch No. 5 "A.'" expenses as en 127.01 787.50 County Ditch No. 19. W. T. Utley. Co. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 81.38 County Ditch No, 20. W. T. Utley, CO. Treas.. interest on bonds ..........  ............................. $ 115.00 Clinton State Bank, final payment on contract of J. A. Hanratty 485.00 Total ................................................ $ 600.00 County Ditch No. 21. A. R. Hoyt, partial payment on contract ............................................ $ 1,540.87 341,28 341.25 25.00 1.56 9.00 10.20 6.80 5,20 6,60 Total ........................ $ 2,287.73 County Ditch No. 24. W. T. Utley. CO. Treas.. interest on bonds ........................................ $ 875.00 M. E. Chamberlin. expenses as en- gineer .............................................. 83.71 Chas. E. Scaffold, premium on en- gineer's bond ................................ 12.50 Total ................................................ $ 971.21 County Ditch No. 26. Swift County Bank, Benson, inter- eat on warrants ............................ $ 50., Co'unty Ditch No. 27. ..... Swift County Bank, Benson, inter- est on warrants ............................ $ 81.14 PRIVATE REDEMPTION FUND. Receipts. Balance on hand January 1, 1921....$ 207.18 Collections during year .................... 438.74 Total ................................................ $ 645.92 Disburments. Warrants lssutd during year .......... $ 466.40 Bal. on hand January 1, 1922 .......... 179.52 Total ............................................... $ 645.92 Judicial Ditch No. 9. expenses "as viewer..$ 412.50 expenses as viewer ........ 475,50 us viewer 472.50 viewers .......... 620.00 engineer 875.00 Bahk. Season, interest Warrants ........................... ; .... 1,391.03 exlmnsee as engm- 19.71 Co, Bank, Graeeville. in- 424,29 for en'gin'r:::::::: 42.50 for engineer .... 8.00 Journal, printing plats .... 10.25 ... .....,$ 4,426.28 County Ditch No. 2 "A." " ] '.Utlev Co, Treas., interest l t nd'. ..................  .................... $ 175,00 County Ditch No. 8. ines. St. Treas..\\; interest$ 1.740"01 Principal on St. la ........ County Ditch No. 1O. t,ley. Co. Treas., interest S nds ........................................ 250.00 County Ditch No. 11. Co. TreaS., interest ........................................ $ 350.00 Bank, Minneapolis, on bonds .................. -.-- 350,00 culvert ............ 107.94 inch, labor and material 303.10 on bridge ............ 28.00 ................................................ $ 1,139,04 County Ditch No. 12. Co. Treas.. interest ........................................ S 325,00 Reg. of Deeds. re- additional lien .............. 1.50 ............................................... $ 826.50 WARRANTS ISSUED. Gold .Bros. See. Co.. redemption of dertiflcates Nee. 358 and 419....$ 24.31 Hugo Mensol, redemption of cert. No, 449 .......................................... 36.07 A. H. Sturges, redemption of cert. No. 465 .......................................... 55.93 H. E. Zimmerman, redemption of cert. No. 466 ................................ 48.34 Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Odessa, redemption of cert, No. 343 ................................................... 35.77 Martin Schoen. redemption of cert. No. 477 ............................................. 52 -- H. W. Sarvis, redemption of cert. No. 17 ............................................ 265.46 Total ................................................ S 466.40 STATE LANDS. Reeeipte. Collections during year ................... S 910.76 Disburssment Warrants issued during year ........ S 857.96 Transferred to School District fund 52.80 Total .................................... r--i ....... S 910.76 Warrants Issued. W. T. Utley, CO. Treas.. fee for cod leetions .......................................... $ 4.29 Henry Rines. St. Treas.. coliections to June 1. 1921 ............................ 853.67 Total ................................................ $ 857.96 STATE LOAN FUND. Receiptl. Balance on hand January 1, 1921....$ 8.728.70 March Settlement .............................. 3.007.91 June Settlement .................................. 4,837.21 November Settlement ". ....................... 3,242.80 Transferred from County Revenue - Fund ................................................ 3.000.00 Transferred from County Road and Bridge Ftmd ................................ 1,700.00 Total ................................................ $ 24,516.62 DIsburssments. Warrants issued to St. Treasurer....$ 12,950.00 Transferred to CO. Revenue fund .... 4,350.00 Transferred to School Dist. fund .... 338.27 Balance on hand January 1, 1922 .... 6,878.35 Tote] ................................................ $ 24,516.62 Warrants Issued to State Treasurer. tIenry Rines, State Treas.. interest. Schogi Dist. No. 1 .................... S 2.400.00 Henry Rnnes, State Treas., interest, School Dist. No. 2 ........................ 160.00 lfenry Rines, State Treas., interest, ........ and Prin.. School Dist. No. 11 Henry Rines. State Treas., inteest, School Dist. No. 14 .................... tIenry Rines, State Treas., interest, and Prin. School Dist. No. 24 Henry Rinee, State Treas., interest, School Dist. No, 27 ...................... HcmT Rines, State Treas., interest, School Dist. No. 29 ...................... llemy Rines. State Treas., interest, School Dist, No. 35 .................... Refundmeuts. 559.00 Dan Sherman ...................................... $ (;. A. Powc I ...................................... 104.00 S. A. Huselid ...................................... Gee. Fnsburgh .................................  ..... 760.00 Martin Larkin .................................... 100,00 Total ................................................ 2,760.00 I ......... 100.0e Interest on Warrants. Neuman Lumb.r Co ...................... $ 3(;4.00 A. Z. Martinson ........................... l"armers & Merchants Bank, [lir ]l,. F.A. P. 130 2,659.00 Ict IL.I, gravel, .6 "treas, City of OrLonvP!e, appropra- .60 tion for bridge ]:y county ........ 2;,3,53,56 T. A, Barr, grading and laying 2.1(1 1.98 tile, Job 2001 ............................. 4.212.48 3.27 W. T. Utley, Co. Treas. out in bank on time de,posit .................... 5.00.00 8.5 Larkin Cons'ructinn t:o,. grading Jb 21(,4 and F. A. P. 130 ........ 21,762.17 P. J, Mettlinr. gravelinlr, Job 2001 and F. A. P. 130 ....................... 22,548.2) .50 .28 136.00 tene City .................................. 35 First Slale Bank Odessa ................. 76 and f'rin.. Twp. GraceviIle ........ 354.60 Gracevilte State. Bank ......................... 45 Henry Rfnes. State Treas., interest, Nassau State Bank ........................... 2.00 and Prin.. Villa'e Graceville ...... 2.20,40 Harold Norman .................................. 1.76 .......... O(to Gerber ......................................... 1.60 Total ................................................ $ 12.950,00 H. W. Sarvia ........................................ 2.18 G(,ier Lumber Co ................................. 3.97 J, A. Matthsws .................................... 3A)8 COUNTY BOND INTEREST FUND. Rusll Grader Mfg. Co ..................... 4.61 Johnson State Bank ............................ 7,43 Farmers & Merchants State Bank. Cm'rell ............................................ 9.59 Reipts. Appleton State Bank ........................ 5.41 Bat. on hand January 1, 1921 ........ $ 186.23 Botsford Lumber Co ......................... 13.45 ...... March Settlement ............................... 1,640.00 Citizen State Bank Beardsley .... 7.94 June Settlement ................................. 4,595.49 First National Bank, Beardsley ........ 12.73 November Settlement ........................ 3,582.01 Cliff & Purcell ...................................... 15.00 Overdrawn January 1, 1922 ............ 8,788.68 Martin Schoen ........................................ 7.15 -- C. B. Enkema & Co ........................... 37.46 Total ................................................ $ 18,792.41 Farmers & Merchants State Bank. Odessa .............................................. 45.85 Disbursements. Clinton State Bank ............................ 21.65 Warrants issued during year ............ $ 18,792.41 Firsl National Bank. Clinton ........ 25.47 Big Stone Co. Bank, Graeevilie .... 88.32 Ortonville State Bank ........................ 45.04 Warrants Issued. First National Bank. Ortonvitle .... 257,57 Citizens National Bank. Ortonville 390.96 Northwestern Trust Co., Interest on First National Bank, Greeeville ...... 846.95 $103.000 Road Bonds ................ $ 3,090.00 W. T. Utley, CO. Treas., interest Total ................................................ S 1,889.51 on $103.00(I Road bonds ........... 6,180.00 W. T. Utley, CO. Treas.. interest on $50,000 Road bonds .......... 2.500.00 W. T. Utley, Co. Treas.. interest Salary and Expenses of Engineer. on $97,000 Road bonds ................ 5,820.00 L. P. Zimmerman. salary for Jan. W. T. Utley, Co. Treas., interest Feh.. Mar., and April ................ $ 800.00 on $30,000 Curt house bonds 1,200.60 L. P. Zimmerman. expenses. Nov. Dan Sherman, refundmeni ............. 02 G. A. Powell, refundment ................. 20 23. 1920 to May 1, 1921 ............ 403.24 S, J. Huselid, refundment ................. 76 Win. F. Engdahi, salary, May 1, Gee. Fosburg. refundment ................. 71 1921 to Dec. 31, 1921 ................ 1.490.00 Martin Larkin, cefundment .12 F. W. Engdahl, expends, May 1 ............ to Nov. 1, 1921 .......................... 1,809.80 Total ............................. $ 18,792.41 Total ............................. $ 4,413.04 COUNTY ATTORNEY'S CONTINGENT FUND. General Road and Bridge. G. L. H. Tucker. making copies of stiptflation in road appeal ease..S 2.50 Receipte. Keuffer & Esser CO., tape reflllers .... 4.66 Bal. on hand January 1, 1921 ........ $ 100.00 Ortonvilie Hdw. Co., hand axe, Transferred from Co. Revenue fund 100.00 nails, shellac etc ....................... 6.80 -- Chas. Scaffold, premium on engin- Total ....................... S 200.00 er's bond ........................................ 7.50 Mabel Norman, typewriting for on- - gineer ................................................ 10.50 Disbursements. Chicago Steel Tape Co.. 2 steel Transferred to Co. Revenue fund....$ 100.00 tapes ................................................ 12.79 Bal. on hand January 1. 1922 100.00 Park Garage, trip from Odessa to ........ Johnson with commissioners .... 15.00 Total ............................................... $ 200.00 J" D. Ross & Co.. shovel, scythes and snath ........................................ 19.95 Ortonvi]le Independent, stationery, 500 drag cards ............................... 21.00 COUNTY SINKING FUND. Lenker Mfg. Co.. 1 rod for engineer 21.20 Improvement Bulletin. advertising sale of jobs .................................. 32.00 Receipts. Harold Norman, assisting engineer 19.25 Bal. on hand January 1, 1921 ........ $ 2,955.68 C. M. Tilden, assisting engineer .... 45.00 March Settlement ................................ 317.63 Walter Elms, assistin engineer ...... 35.00 June Settlement .................................... 852.35 Robert MacMurphey, assisting on- November Settlement .......................... 658.68 gineer ............................................ 98.50 Transferred from County Road and Otto Gerber, repairing Sehmeiehel Bridge fund .................................... 4,200.00 bridge ............................................ 61.50 Transferred from Co. Revenue fund 3,000.00 Geier Lumber Co., lumber for bridge across Minn. River ....... 82.35 Total .................... S 11,984.34 H. A. Rogers & Co.. 3 tapes, 2 tri- angles and tape fillers ................ 25.76 Botsford Lbr. Co.. lumber and lath 112.55 Ortonville Journal. tmtionery. Disburcements. printing gravel cheeks etc ......... 139.20 Warrants issued during year ............ $ 10,000,80 j. A, Mtelke, assisting engineer .... 369.80 Transferred to Co. Revenue fund ...... 1.000.00 . Menzel, lumber for Sehmeiehel Balance on hand, Jan. 1, 1922 ........ 983,54 bridge .... : ......................................... 206.40 Total ............... S 11.984.34 Total ................................................ $ 1,848.91 Warrants Issued. State Road No. 2nstruction. W, T. Utley, Co. Treas., payment S on court house bonds ................ 10,000.00 Walter Schmidt. assisting engineer..$ 6.00 Dan Sherman, refundment ............... 27 Walter Elms, assisting engineer .... 8.75 G. A. Powell, refundment ................. 04 C. M. Tilden, assisting engineer ..... 11.50 S. J. Husetid, refundment ................. 14 Harold Norman. assisting engineer 12.25 Gee. Fosburgh, refundment ............... 13 Robert MacMurphey, assisting on- Martin Larkin. tfundment ............. 22 gineer . ............................................ 30,00 Total ............................... $ 10,000.80 Tntal ................................................ $ 68.5 TEACHERS' INSURANCE AND RETIRE- State Road No. ---Maintenance. MENT FUND. Walter Schmidt. assisting engineer S 3.00 ll. tl. Tyler, labor ............................ 1.50 John Kntppen. labor .......................... 3.78 Receipts. J. D. Ross & Co.. axel grease, shovel ete ....................................... 4.90 Collections during year ................... S 783.32 Gee. Hastings, labor ........................ 3.00 J. A. Mielke. aseisting engineer .... 5.00 Howard Goldsmith, labor ................ 7.00 Dtsblirsements. Arthur Lyman, labor ........................ 9.60 Warrants issued during year .......... S 768.32 G. H. Englnnd, sharpening grader Bal. on hand January 1, 1922 ........ 15,00 lays .................................................. 15.00 C, M. Tilden, assisting engineer .... 15,00 Total ............................... S 783.32 E, E. Stanton, labor ........................... 13.60 Russell Grader Mfg. Co., repairs for rader ...................................... 19.73 Warrants Issued. WalLer Elms. assisting engineer .... 21.00 Teach Bros.. labor ............................... 51.92 Henry Rine, State Treas.. eollec- E, F. Finberg. rental of land for tions tO August 1. 1921 ............ $ 763.32 road right of way ........................ 100.00 Ada Hanes, refund of pension ........ 5,00 S. C. Palmer, labor ............................ 188,65 Total .................................... $ 768,32 Lyte Culvert Co., culverts ................ 168.46 J. F. Stielow, labor ............................ 280.55 Gordon Hoxtell, labor ....................... 491.22 J. Leslie Green, labor ........................ 73'7.37 INCIDENTAL FUND. Earl Lyman. labor ............................ 58.50 Larkin Const. Co., heavy mainte- nance .............................................. 4,754.30 Receipts. Total ............................................... $ 6.952.95 Transferred from Co. Revenue funds 1.200.00 Overdrawn January 1. 1922 ............ 68.8S Total ................................................ $ 1,268.3 State Road No. 3--Construction. Ortonvil}e Hardware CO., ma- terial, Job 2001 ............................ S 2.80 Disbursements. Win. Drewien, installing culvert Overdrawn January 1. 1921 .............. S 46.8 ` F.A.P. 130 ................................ 3.25 Warrants issued during year ............ 1,221.49 Fred Edwards. installing culvert* F. A. P. 130 ........................................ Total ..................... $ 1,268.$8 C. A. Johnson Lbr. Co., lath. F. A. P. 130 ........................................ Walter Schmidt, assisting engineer Warrants Issued. F.C. Miller. filling grade for gray- eliing. F. A. P. 130 .................. W. T. Utiey. CO. Treas.. postage....S 110.00 H. Fa]k & F Schultz. labor. Job A.V. Randall. Co. Auditor. postage 100.44 2001 .................................................. . H. Sturges, Reg. of Deeds, Gee. Studdart, lanterns, nails and postage ............................................ 100.00 paint, F. A. P. 130 ................ Martha M. Rothwell. Superintendent p. Higgins, gravelling, F. A. P, 130 of Schools, postage ...................... 60.00 Ed. Larkin, labor. F. A, P. 130 ........ John Gowan, Sheriff, postage ........ 19,60 John McRae & Sons, lumber, F. A. "-- R. B. Hudson, Probate Judge, P. 130 ............................................. postage ......... 10.00 A. Drewien. installing culverts. F. N. W. Bell 'giilo';'"i;'"'ntal A.P. 130 ........................................ and tolls, October 21, 1920 to R.J. McLane, material, F, A. P. November 21, 192] ........................ 580,96 130 .................................................... City of Ortonvi]le, lights and wa- VonLohn & Schabot, laying tile and ter_year ,ending Dee. 1, 1921 .... 188.48 culvert. F. A, P. 139 ................. "M. J. Hauaauer, freight .................... 20.25 F. W. Engdahl, assisting* engineer, John Spanyets, exprees .................... 31.76 Job 2104 ........................................ C. M. Tilden. assisting engineer; Total ................................................ S 1,221.49 Job 2104, F. A. P. 200, bridge 8528 .................................................. Robert MasMurphey, amdstlng en- gineer. Jobs 2001. 2104. F. A. ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. P. 130 .............................................. "  Harold Norman, assisting engineer, Jobs 2001.2104 s F. A. P, 130, Eeeeiptt, B. 3828 ............................................ Lumber, culvert and gravel .............. $ 48.40 Graeevi]le Lumber Co., posts and State Aid during year .................... 16,630.00 tile, F. A. P. 160 ........................ Federal Aid during year ................ 18.462.83 A. J. Lannon. land purchased for 27.692.34 road right of way .................... Settlements ............................................ Bonds ..................................................... 142,296.46 H. A. Kraft. permanent use of road Overdrawn January 1 1922 ............ 24,874.43 right of way ................................ Mrs. Rose Twiehell, land purchased Total ................................................ $230.003.95 for road right of way ............ Walter Elms. assleting Engineer, Jobs 2001,2104, and F. A. P. 130 Milton L. Hof, eomlmcting gravel, Disburmments. Job 2001 ........................................ Overdrawn January 1, 1921 ............. $ 33,049.24 j. A. Meilke, assisting engineer, Warrants issued during year ........ 186,053.72 Jobs 2001. 2104, and F. A. P. Error in booking warrant No, 9994 .50 130 ............................................ ; Error in Booking warrant No. 10148 .50 Elk River Concrete Produce ., Transferred to C. Revenue fund .... 5,000.00 Job 2104 .......................................... Transferred to Co. Sinking fund .... 4,200.00 Gee, Campbell, checking gravel, F. Transferred to Co. St. Loan fund 1,700.00 A.P. 130 .................... ................... Chris Camvbell, blading gravel, F. Total ................................................ $230,003.96 A, P. 180 ........................................ M. Eido. ravel, F. A. P. 130 ............ L P. Hess, land put, chased for Wurrants Issued, oad right ofway ........................ .............. 8.58 Wells-I)ickey Co.. preparing pro- Refundments ..... tnts"[[[ii..i ........... .'S 1.889.51 eedings for bond issue ............ (nterest on warr Louis Lambreeht, gravel, Job 2001,. Salary and expenses of Highway engineer .......................................... 4,413.04 Cliff &Pureell. land pnrehased for General Road and Bridge ................ 1,348.91 road right ofWay ........................ State Road No. 2 ................................ 7.021.45 Win. Campbell, spreading gravel. F. A. P. 130 j, G, c, riggs, "/;i;i'//'"';ii";//i compacting ravel, Job 201 .... Lyle Corrugated Culvert Co., CuD verts, Job 2104 .................................... W. G. Polder. eheeking gravel etc. for Job 2001 .................................... J. 1/. Skogrand, gravelliug, Job 2001 F. R. Rie'ard. stripping pit, F. A. P, 130 ............................................ Sta:e oad No. 6--Muintenance. Wffn. Campbell, 25 lb. cup grease....$ Hafld Norman. assisting engineer R<Art MacMurphey, assisting en gineer ................................................ John Oswege, labor ..2 ........................ K./ Rusl Grader Mg. Co., repairs for grader .............................................. L J. A, Mielke. assisting e.ugineer .... I John McRae & Sons. rental of land for road right of way ...... 2 680.00 120.00 tate Road No. 3 ................................ 67.040.51 State Road No. 4 ................................ 15,855.88 1,600.00 tate Road No. 5 ................................ 1,882.$3 tate Road No. 6 ................................ 83,154.29 100.00 State Road No. 7 ............................... 19,24 State Road No. 8 ................................ 3,183,98 292,9( [tate Road No. 9 ............................... 73.90 80.00 1 Total ............................................... $188,083. 3.25 4.25 4.50 8.00 13.00 15.15 18.80 16.65 27.54 36.39 19.50 46.00 33.00 "$6.00 48.00 54.60 44.60 50.00 50.00 80.00 67,20 126.00 138,50 133.75 159.10 181.85 187.31 180.00 160.0 285.1( ............ Walter Elms. assisting engineer .... 1 Total ................................................ $ 64.174.2:; Carl Rixe, labor ................................ .L C. M: Tilden, assisting engineer .... Q)#t Joe. Guenther, labor ............................ b' Virgil Robblns; labor ....................... C/- State Road No. 3Maintenance. Frank Daly, labor .............................. 7K. J. F, Rothwell, use of mower ........ $ ..o0 J. M. Coyne. labor 16.Al A. Beck, labor .................................... 1.00 G. . Griffith. labor'":::::::::::::::!:::::::: 501J J. A. Matthews. use of truck ........ 4.00 ,ay Gowan, assisting engineer ........ 6.60 Total .............................................. $ 1,0Z-.| Maurice Randall. assisting engineer 2.80 Chester Schoen assisting engineer 1.75 The Beaulieu Co.. saw, nails ete ..... 7.82 State Road No. 7Maintenanco. Fred Sehultz. labor ............................ 6.00 Teseh Brim.. labor ............................ 9.00 R. Menzcl & Co lumber ............... $ Rusel Grader Mfg. Co.. repairs for . G. Poirier, labor ........................... K.tt grader . ............................................. 19.28 Philip Lund. labor ................................ '.t G. H. Englund. sharpening grader lays .................................................... 15,00 Total ............................................... A IIL Lyie Corrugated Culvert Co.. road sngns ................................................ 23.20 Lang & Griffith. I steel haxrow .... 30.00 State Read No. 8--Maintenunce A. Z. Martinson. damage to rye Walter Schmidt, assisting engineers field by temporary road ............ 25.00 F. H. Atha. assisting engineer ...... I- Virgil Robbins, labor .......................... 50.55 Walter Elms, assisting engineer .... " l_T S. H. Frizzell, l.bor ............................ 25.00 Emil Johnson, labor ............................ g Louis Lambreeht* labor .................... 20.00 C. H. TomHn, assisting enginr .... q.D Chas. Wiediund, dynamite ................ 2.66 j. A. Mielkc. assisting engineer .... J. J, Martinson. damage to fence Ray Gowan. aasisting engineer: ...... Z.m and field by road ........................ 30,0@ F. L. Block, labor ................................ Y.4.t Win. Cummens. sharpening grader W. K. Hanson. tabor ..................... 3tt.g blades ete ....................................... 28.45 Betsford,L.umber Co.. lumber ............ 4gJ . Leslie Green, labor ........................ 30.75 Teach Bros., labor .............................. " ....... A. Mie}ke, assisting engineer ........ 35.50 C. F. Johnson, labor ............................ IT.a JGi A H. Longnecke-, labor .................... 63.00 Bergman Bros., labor ........................ 210* . Griflith, labor ............................ 73.75 Larkin Constrtmtion Co., heay E'. M. Plummer, damage to crop maintenhnee, engine and grader 2, and fence by road .................... 100.00 Walter E!ms. assisting engineer ...... 118.40 Total ....................................... $ "3.Ib' Win. Campbell. labor ........................ 161.35 Gee. Campbell, labor .......................... 157,04 G. Griggs, hauling gravel ............ 258.00 State Road No. 9--ConstBfi- A. DeWall. labor ............................ 278.30 A. Barr, grading ere 280.20 Harold Norman. assisting engineer, , G. Poirier. labor and ................. gravel........ 455.60 Jcb 2201 ........................................ $ 1 524.38 Walter Elms. assisting engineer John Drewien, labor ............................ ---------- Job 2201 ...................................... 4 Total ................................................ $ 2,866.3 C. M. Tilden..assisting engineer, Job 2201 ........................................ Total ............................... | State Road 'No. 4Construction. J. A. Mielke, assisting engineer, Jobs 1809 and 2101 .................... $ 3.50 State Road No. 9--Malntenauc Walter Sehmidt. assisting engineer. Job 2203 ......................................... 15.00 Walter Elms, asssiting engineer. Jobs 1809. 2101 and 2203 ........ 22.75 Harold Norman. assisting engineer, Jobs 1809 and 2101 .................... 23.70 C. M. Tilden, assisting engineer 2101 and 2203 .......................... 42.50 Robert MacMurphey, assisting en- gineer, 1809 and 2101 ............ 55.50 Lyle Culvert Co., culverts, Job 2101 108.00 Elk River Concrete Products Co.. culverts, Jobs 1809 and 2101.. 234.45 T. A. Barr, grading 1809 898.88 Larkin Construction CO., "grading Job 2101 ...: .................................... 13.145.25 Total ................................................ S 14,384.03 J. A. Mielke, assisting engineer....$ C. F, Barie, repairing grader ........... Botsford Lumber Co.. lumber .......... J. C. Rodengen, damages, detour across Lot 4, see. 11.122-44 .... IK.Ut Walter Schmidt* assisting engineer 4 Edw. Dorf, labor ................................ ';]J Chas. Viig, labor ................................ YtlMLI ?hilip Lund. labor ............................. ]S rank Grandprey, labor ................... Total ....................  .......................... $ State Road No. --Muintenance, Henry Witte, labor ............................ $ 8.00 if. A. Mielke, assisting engineer ........ 1.50 Walford JohnSOn, labor .................... 3.65 Walter Sehmidt, assisting engineer 12.00 Otto W. Kuder]lng, dynumite ........... 5.00 Hugo Mensel, rental of land for road right of way ........................ 15.00 Conrad Bakke, labor ....................... 19.20 Adolph Leehner, labor ........................ 24.00 Henry KlesPie, labor ...................... 148.28 J. H. Longneeker. labor .................... 267.17 T. M. Helgeson, gravel and labor 503.05 Total ............................................. ;.,S 1,001.85 State Road No. 5---Maintenance. Robert MaeMurphey, assisting en- STATE OF MINNESOTA. Receipts. gineer .............................................. $ 1.00 Chester Schoen, assisting engineer 1.75 Ortonvilie Hdw. Co., fuse and fuse caps ................................................... 2,58 Henry Kiespie, labor ............................ 5.00 Olaf Matison, labor ........................ 10.00 Otto Kuderling, dynamite ................ 10.25 Alfred I-Iadtrath. labor ...................... 14.06 Chas. Hillstrom. laor ...................... 20.00 Thos. Thomson, labor ........................ 21.45 Chas. Hadtrath. labor ........................ 88.40 Pete Thomson. labor ........................ 148.78 Martin A. Jolmon. labor ................ 174.75 Philip Lund. labor .............................. 188.10 J. H. Iongneeker. labor .................... 294.85 Larkin Construetinn CO.. reshaping with engine and blade ............ 956.95 March Settlement .............................. $ 10.$A Juno Settlement ............................. 28, November Settlement ..................... Total ................................................ $ ,4411S1# Digmtrmmtmta. Warrantz | during year (17,o- undmt) . ................................... $ Warrants iued to State Treasurer Transferredduring yearto School ............................. Diet fund,- Total ........................................ $ b'a Rcftmdment. Dan Sherman .....................................  I G. A. Powell .; .................................... S. J. Hmmlid ..................................... Geo. Fosburgh ...................................... Martin Lrkin ................................... Total ..... , .......................................... $ 1.882.83 Total ............................................ $ Warrants Issued (General Accmm Henry Rinee. St. Treas.. Re.astmm- mmt of monks and etditL...$ Henry Pines, St. Treas., March set- tlement ................................... - Henry Rines, St. Tress.. June tlemet ....................................... ,Wl$ll Total ............................................ .S State Read No. --Construetion. Clarence Beckman, assisting en- gineer, Job 2108 .......................... $ 2,10 F. G. Kruger, stripping pit, Job 2103 ................................................... 2.40 M, Madsen, trtrilyping pit. Job 2103 2.40 Geo. .F, Studdart, lantern and kerosene. Jab 3150 ........................ 4.40 M. Whitieh. stripping pit, Job 2103 3.90 M. J. Broniek. moving fence, Job F. A. P. 200 ................................ 6.00 J. A. Biackwelder, labor, Job 1910 8.50 A, Gustafson, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 9.60 R. C. McCormick, stripping pit, Job 2103 ........................................ 12.20 Jackson Squires, moving fence, F. A. P. 200 .................................... _12.00 John Ryan, moving fence, F, A, GAME AND FIBH LICENSE 38 Non-reeident Fishtig IAeenees $ m $00 Small Game Hunt'ng Llvenm Total ..............................................  Diabureements. Warrants issued during year ..........  Warrants Issued. i A. V. Randall, Co, Auditor, fe for issuing "fshing licensee ...........  "' A. V. Randall, .CO. Auditor, fee fo issuing hunting licenses ......... :2" Game und Fish Commission, S. Paul. hunting 'and fishing li- censes .............................................. Total ............................................... " P. 200 and strippiig pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 14.50 TOWNSHIP, CITY AND VKLLAG Carl Billiet, stripping pit, Job 2103 16.80 Win. Grimes, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 18.00 Neuman Grimes, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 18.00 Carl Lee. stripping,pit, Job 2103 .... 13.05 Peter Higgins, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 19.20 C. C. Lievens, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................................. 19.80 Walter Sehmidt, assisting engineer, Jobs 2108 and 2202 ................... 2.50 P. M. Arnoldi, stripping pit, Job 2103 ................................................. 25.40 John McDonnell. stripping pit. Job 2108 ................................................. 88.60 A. Weneil. stripping pit. Job 2103 .00 Martin Kruger,-stripping pit, Job 2108 .................................................. 44.40 Henry Wencil. stripping pit, Job 2108 .................................................. 67.20 Thee. Casey, stripping pit, Job 2103 62.40 John Luea stripping pit, Job 2103 88.80 John Hoffman, stripping pit, Job 2105 ............................................ -_'-.- 38.40 J. M. Coyne, stripping pit, Job 2103 ............................................... 842.80 J. L. Moiler, stripping pit, Job 2103 .................................... "i;i .... 214.20 Great Northern Bridge Co.. ge NO. 3181, Job 1909 .................... $ 05.00 Chris C_mphell, Ioosting and strip- ping pit, Job 2108 ........................ 182.40 Win. Campbell, lueating and strip- ping pit, Job 2103 ................... 94.70 C. M. Tilden. assistin engineer. Jobs "2002, 2108 and F. A. P, 200 ................................................... 55.00 F. W. Engdahl. assisting engineer. Jobs 2103 and F. A, P. 200 ....... 81.00 Robert MaeMurphey, assisting en- gineer, Jobs 2002, 2103, F. A, P, 200 ............................................ 172.00 Walter Elms. aesisting engineer. Jobs 2002. 2103 and F. A. P. 188.80 2OO eer, Jobs 2002, 2108, 2202. F. P. 200 ............................................ 155.40 J. J. Mulvaney, land purehatl for road right of way. F. A. P. 200 ................................................ 280.00 Wells-Dickey Co.,'"preparing proveed- ings for"hond issne . .............  ....... 325.00 J, A. Mielke, assisting engineer, Jobs 2002. 2102, 2103, F. A. P. 200 .................................................... 348.00 John Ihl; land purchased for road right of waY, F. A. P, 200 ........ 600.00 Etk River Concrete Pro, Co., tile, Job 2108 and F. A, P. 200 ........ 754.86 Lyle Crrugated Culvert CO., cul- vert Job 2103 and F. A.'P. 200 1,254.20 ,Mars. Hanlon, land purchased for road right of way, F, A. P. 1,300.0'0 4. c. 20o .................................................... Hanson Reality-.Co., land pu- chased for road, F, A, P. 200 2,750.00 4orris Construetinn Co., culverts --'I  and steel, Job 2108 and F. A. sl.q p, 0 ...........................................  7,05Lt4 ..... I W. T. Utley, Co, Treas.. part o zz.401 bond iue put iu banke on / C D's ..:2 ......... " ........................... I000.00 27.0tLarki Cone[ruction C,, grading, 6"/9.78t-- Job 2902 ....................................... 55.124.42 670.80]/ Total .... - .................................. $ leeeipt March Settlement ............................. $ JlA June Settlement .................................. November Settlement Overdrawn, January i;""/9E::::::::7 L Total ...................................... $ DldmrWnts. Refundments ......................................... $ Warrants issued to Treasurers ........ Total .............................................. $ Refgndments. Dan Sherman .......................................  G. A. P0well ....................................... S. J. Huse]ld .................................  ...... Gee. Fosburgh ...................................... Martin Lsrkin .................................... Total ............................................  U " Warranta lssm! to Treamm=m. If. M, O'Neill, treasurer Browm vui Tw;;;; ........ - .......... * J. P. Byrnce,   i p. -J. Lannon. Treas. G raeeviiie c. . P';;i;;:'"'Y:'"'i'ii; Twn-- Ag:K'ersteln, Treas...atta Twp. .g, A. M, Steen Treas. AtmOd "rwp.- E. O. Hanerber, Tress. Prior , Twp. o** ..................... , .......................... Ign. Kvatum, Treas., F' Twp... t,g" Thos. Hesse Treas.. Big Stone Twp. rey Twp ........................................... Egan Andersou, Ttas, Artiehok Twp .................................. 4BIf P, W, Fruetel, Trees. Akron Tw]  Leonard Koilit, Treas. Odessa TwI. L, A. HeynoMs. Treas..Ortonville Twp ................................................. J. Lofthus, TreaS Beardsley Vt2 ff, o. L. Co]line, Treas. Barry VilIa K.' M. G. Campion. "leas, Graeevilte J, Lnehtnger. Tres, Johnson tlL 1Mmlt J. L. lgriekson. Treas. Clinton 'jlr. J.. H. Wood, Treas. Correll Vilt, p. H as, Treas. Odeesa A. L. Moore, Ts..City Ortonvw'l ----, I'-":, Total ....................................... z.. fiM (Continued ot pae 10 cro in Love. Grace: "Let's go to the movle m see Ben Turpln. ! think he hasmmh s" affectionate eye. , Jim: "Yes--they're alway  at each other." " J