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About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1911)
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WOULD CANCEL PATENT.
Government Trying to Take Farm
from Doyt ) County Man ,
U. W. Dickinson , chief clerk to tli *
United States dlBlrlot attorney i\t \
Oinnlni , specially appointed oxuihlnor
b > the United StateH federal court to
) .t-nr tOHtlinony In the CUBC of tlio I'nit-
oil state * vcrsiiH William Frit/ , Lily
FiitzVllllnm T. Gow , anil Anna Me-
( int-eli of lloyd county , hold this hear
ing In tln > illHtrkt iittornoy's olllco of
( ho Norfolk federal building , taking
the U'Htliiiony which will be Biibinltted
fo the court later.
Nine witnesses were heard during
the afternoon session and eight were
heard In the evening , United States
Attorney A.V. . Lane of Omaha wan
prosecuting mid Hurt Mapos and
Charles Mllnor of Falrfnx , S. D. , wcro
tonnoclu for the defense.
On January , 1898 , William Frit ?
lilod nn applleutlon In the land olllco
nt O'Neill for 11 homestead. The proa
edition alleges that Frit/ was lint 19
.ienrn old when he ( lied and therefore
was not eligible lo make entry. They
also allege that hit ) allldavlt was false
and made with the purpose of deceiv
ing and misleading the agents and of
ficers of the United States.
To a News representative Mrs. Frit/
declurt'd he and his family had been
living on the farm In Hoyd county all
the time. This farm Is a former'home-
Mr. Dickinson , who Is hearing the
testimony , Is acting ; as hfs own report
er and has won much admiration from
local steneigrapheiH who called at the
district attorney's olllco and witnessed
the chief clerk's expertness with the
pen at shorthand.
Both Mr. Dickinson and Mr. Lnne
wont to Alnsworth Tuesday to exam
ine witnesses In the case of the United
States versus Lunger and others.
Among the witnesses here wore : .1.
C. Graves , Humphrey ; Michael O ,
White , Mamie , S. D. ; Richard Green ,
Unite ; .Joseph Strain , Untie ; George
AV. Owoiis , Herman Selling , Archlo E ,
White , August Kehn , Robert Kohu ,
Margaret I ) . White , Herman Fritz ,
Douglas Hoyd , II. Dllltcr , Mrs. Katie
Fritz , Mr. and Mrs. William Fritz , Ira
Ulllter , all of Fairfax ; Charles Lubei
Admits Illegal Liquor Sale.
O'Neill Independent : Charles Blair
charged with the unlawful sale of 11
quor , was arraigned by the county at
torncy on Monday before Judge Har
rlngton and entered a plea of guilty lc
the Information. The minimum pun
Ishment of a case of this kind is a $10 (
line. The defendant made a plea ol
poverty to the court and asked foi
time In which to raise the money tc
pay the line and costs , which requesl
was granted by Judge Harrington.
The case of the stale of Nebraskr
vs. William Anderson was disposed ol
by the defendant entering a plea ol
guilty to assault and battery. Tlu
complaining witness In this case , Mr
\ Walker , did not desire to .prosecute
the ease further on the serious charge
thai was llrst pieferred , so the conn
attorney accepted the plea of gulltj
lo assault and battery. The conri
fined the defendant $10 , which , to
pether with the costs , were promptly
paid by the defendant.
The case of the state vs. Ed Trenne
pohl was settled by Mr. Varney , com
plaining witness , paying the costs am
dismissing the case.
Bankers' Team Won.
The bankers' bowling team defoatet
< he Peerless team at bowling in th <
Kauffman alleys , taking two game's on
of three. The lirst game was lakei
by the Peerless team by fourteen pins
while the bankers took the last two bj
twenty-three and seventy-one pins
Another game is scheduled betweei
these teams next Saturday night.
The score :
Kanffnian 161' 172 20 ;
Stafford 166 131 12
Kroeger 14i ! 1.17 is :
Haase * 130 129 13
Butler 171 174 16 !
Totals 773 763 80 !
Korth 19 ! ) 157 IGi
Lallltcli 153 136 17
Mulom 120 132 13' '
Krahn 106 112 13
Case . - 140 135 15 >
Totals 787 692 7 i
THOUGHT HE WAS SHOT.
Horrlck Press : One of the citizen
of the nohemlan settlement northeas
of here rushed Into town Monday wit ]
the tidings that Joe Pesek. a nelghboi
had been accidentally shot througl
the abdomen at about 11 o'clock tha
day and that the services of the dotter
tor were necessary Immediately. Di
Feldhans was in Canada attending th
funeral of his mother and hence Di
Konabton of Bouesteel was called b
telephone. Dr. Kenaston hastened t
the home of Pesek and arriving ther
found that although badly scared , P <
sek was little Injured.
It seems ho had been cleaning a u
pcatlng shotgun and in some manna
a loaded shell had been thrown Int
the barrel unknown to Pesek. I
seems that with the cleaning rod h
had jammed the shell down in a mai
ner to explode It while he was holdin
the rod In the gun. Luckily the breec
of the gun was not locked so thr
when the shell exploded the force wn
lightened by the shell escapln
through the breecb of the gun lea'
ing the shot still In the barrel , hel
there by the force of the cleaning ro
against the shot , which later rolled t
the floor through the * breech of tli
gun.Pesok was badly scared and thlnl
Jug himself shot through the abdome
dispatched a neighbor for a docto
When Dr. Kenaston examined Pose
ho found the man had not been slit
at all , not oven the skin broken , bt
n large black spot on the side she
cd whore the cleaning rod had bee
driven with great foico against the
man and would probably have penetra
ted the body oxrept for several thick-
List of Dead Numbers Five.
Nlobraru , Neb. , Jan. 17. Special to
The NOWH : Mi . Joseph Kruplcku ,
aged 70 , died last night from the ef
fects of burns unstained In the ( Ire
following the gas plant explosion In
the Hubbard House Sunday night.
This makes live dead.
Mrs. M. W. Klndall , widow of the
hotel landlord , Is resting as well as
possible. Mrs , Kurplcka was her
mother , so that } Irs. Klndall loses In
the sad disaster her husband , her lit
tle 3-year-old son and her mother.
She has loft three children who wore
at church when the explosion occur
Besides being innimcd for life , Mrs ,
Klndall Is loft In straitened financial
circumstances , IIB her husband car
ried no Insurance ,
Think They Will Recover.
Mrs. R. F. Crosby , wife of the plane
traveling salesman who was killed ,
was badly mangled , one leg being
broken In four places and the other In
one place. Both she and Mrs. Klndall
will recover unless complications scl
When found , the body of Mr. Kin
dall was standing on the head , wltli
part of the head blown off. The bodj
of 3-year-old Kenneth was found yes
tertlay afternoon. The body of Annr
Dusek was found under the large
range. The body of Crosby was fount
In the jilt where lie had plunged blind
ly Into the ( lame , while searching foi
The force of the explosion blew the
generator up through three floors ant
the roof and It landed n quarter of r
One of Mr. KlntlaU's daughters live !
nt Stanton , another at Page.
Crosby's Second Hotel Fire.
This was the second hotel fire li
which Crosby had boon. Once he hat
to leap out of a window to the grount
twenty-two feet below.
Mrs. Klndall's foot has not been am
putated yet , It was learned today. I
Is In terrible condition , however.
Mrs. Kruplcka will be buried tomot
row. Mr. Klndall may bo burled a
Buzllo beside his llrst wife. Mr. Cros
by's body will be taken to Schuyler.
Mr. Nelson , somewhat burned , 1
able to bo out. Mr. Adamson was no
burned , but hud a narrow escape.
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants.
j Fred O. Thlem and Susie Thlem hi
, wife , non-resident defendants , wil
, take notice that on the 19th day o
, January , 1911 , the Chicago Luinbe
, company of Omaha , plaintiff , filed It
. petition In the district court of Madl
! son county , Nebraska , against the sail
Fred O. Thiem and Susie Thiem , hi
wife , and other defendants , the objec
and prayer of which petition are ti
foreclose a mechanic's Hen upon th
following described premises In Mail
Ison county , Nebraska , viz : Comment
ing at a point where the north line o
Park avenue and the east line o
Chestnut street In Park , addition t
Norfolk , Nebraska. Intersect ; thenc
north twenty-lhe rods , thence east sb
ty-four rods , thence south twenty-fiv
rods and thence west sixty-four rod
to the place of beginning. The sal
mechanic's lien was filed by the plali
I Iff above named upon and agains
Mild premises on the 28th day of Jar
nary , 1910. for the sum of $797.50 fo
lumber and building materials furnisl
ed by the said plaintiff and used 1
the construction of a dwelling hous
on said premises. The amount sill
due and unpaid upon said lien is th
sum of $797.30 and Interest thereo :
from the 28th day of January , 1910 , a
7 per cent per annum.
The plaintiff In Its petition ask
judgment for the said sum of $797.5
j and interest thereon at 7 per cent fror
! the 2Sth day of January. 1910 , an
costs for filing said lien in the sum c
$2.35 , and that said premises be sol
according to law and the proceed
thereof applied to the payment of sal
judgment and costs.
, You are required to answer said pi
tltlon on or before the 27th day c
February , 1911.
The Chicago Lumber Company c
Omaha , Plaintiff.
Dated , this 19th day of January , 191
By M. D. Tyler , its Attorney.
Fire in a Burke Store.
Burke , S. D. , Jan. 17. Special t
The News : At midnight fire brok
out in the Interior of Benter & Son' '
general store , and while the ( Ire wa
easily handled by the lire departiner
the big stock of goods was damage
fully 75 percent by water and smoki
The efllciency of Burke's water syi
tern was proven beyond question , n
the lire had a strong start , but withl
a few moments after two lines of hos
were laid the premises wore floode
with water and the fire was out.
Both building and stock were insu
ed. The building was conslderabl
damaged It Is owned by D. R. Strou ]
Battle Creek Bank Change.
Battle Creek Enteiprise : Change
arc to bo made in the Buttle Crce
Valley bank immediately after a nice
ing of the directors to be held the later
tor part of the week. A short tin :
ago J. R. Wltztgman , the present casl
lor , tendered his resignation , the san
to take effect January 1. At a recei
meeting of the directors the resign
tlon was accepted and the position i
cashier was tendered to G. C. Be
nlng , now assistant cashier. Thei
are a number of local applicants ft
the place made vacant by the prom
tlon of Mr. Denning and a selectlc
will bo made at the next meeting i
These changes will not material
affect the management of the instil
tlon , Herman Hogrefo will remain
the head , while the new cashier" hi
been connected with the bank for
number of years , llrst ns bookkeep <
and later as assistant cashier. W
Bcnnlng has earned his promotion ai
his friends have-no fear that ho w
not olllciate In his new capacity with
credit to himself and satisfaction to
patrons of tlie-bnnk.
Mr. Wltzlumun withdraws from the
Institution not because of any dissat
isfaction , but to enter a Held more lu
crative. Ho has not yet announced
his plans for the ftituio.
Hojjrefe Set Free.
Wayne , Neb. , Jan. 10. Special to
The News : Henry Hogrofe , the Al-
tona blacksmith charged with murder
ing his wlfo on May 13 last , goes free.
He was acquitted at 11 o'clock yester
day morning after a trial lasting Jusl
a week. The Jury had been out since
Saturday night at 10:30. :
When notified of the verdict , Hog.
rcfe shook hands with each juryman ,
then burst Into tears.
The Jury at first stood 7 to 5 for ac
quittal ; then 10 to 2 ; then voted unan
The trial was sensational , Hogrofo'n
niece testifying that ho was unduly
Intimate with her and that ho told hoi
he would poison the wlfo In order tc
marry the niece.
R. lloupe of Heemer was here.
Fred Hartman of Beemer was In the
city. v ,
Fred Dederman went to Omaha 01
O. O. Snyder of OINeill was a vlsltoi
in the city.
Miss 55olu Slaughter of Dallas was
J. C. Engelmun has gone to Cole
ratio on business.
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Warrlck of New
I man Grove wore bore.
| W. L. Shoemaker of Plalnvlew wni
1 In the city on business.
| Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blair of Gregor :
were visitors In the city.
Albert Koester of Crelghton wai
heie visiting with friends.
Mrs. L. T. Ralston and her son Ned
returned from a short visit at Omaha
P. II. Goldtone of Omaha Is In tin
city visiting with his sister , Mrs. Ab (
V. A. Nenow went to Gordon to vlsl
his brother. He will join the Norfoll
firemen's delegation at Gordon.
C. A. Bramon , transfer man of tin
American Express company , has gem
to Omaha to spend a week's vacatloi
Miss May Johnson went to Omah :
to visit , her father , ,1. J. Johnson , win
Is in a hospital , his leg having bcci
The Royal Highlanders will hold !
regular meeting in the G. A. R. hall a
S o'clock tonight.
K. Hare , a dry goods salesman , win
has been in the city spending severa
weeks with the Charles Schleler fnm
ily on South Eleventh street , has re
turned to his headquarters at Seattle
Mr. Hare's territory rovers the entin
west from Seattle to Boise , Ida. Mrs
Hare will continue her visit with he
sister , Mrs. Schleler , until March whei
she returns to her "western home.
Prospects for the completion of thi
block and a half of paving on Norfoll
avenue during the cold weather ar <
unfavorable. Superintendent Jame
Craig and Samuel Kline , the foreman
have been in Omaha for several weeks
There now remains in charge of thi
work here only the timekeeper , Mi
Stanton , whose only work consists o
keeping the danger lights burning a
night. It Is said bricks can not bo laii
while the temperature Is as low an a
Aboard their special car Monda ;
evening , twenty-five Norfolk lireme
left the city at 7:30 : for Alliance , wher
they will work strenuously tog -the
to endeavor to bring back with then
several ofllces In the state associalioi
for the Norfolk members. Many dele
gates to the convention from town
surrounding Norfolk joined the Noi
I folk firemen. The special car wa
J taken from the Crelghton depot a
7:30 : Monday evening and at the Turn
lion It was coupled to the regular trai
and taken west at 8 o'clock.
Henry Lorandeau. the Frenchma
who sustained a crushed foot as th
result of one wheel of a box car pass
ing over that member when he endea\
ored to climb underneath a movin
train in the Northwestern yards som
time ago , was taken to the poor farr
yesterday. The crushed ltg has ei
11 rely healed. Lorandeau has bee
taken care of for the past month n
the Otlo boarding house. It is not b (
lleved he Is connecled with wealth
relatives in Canada as ho reported , j
letter to an address furnished by th
injured man 'has not reached its dest
Five Norfolk people became ill an
dizzy from inhaling gas that escape
from a leaking main. They were
August Hellerman , janitor Citizens Ni
tlonal bank ; Edwin Macy , at the I. J
Macy home ; H. H. Parson , cashk
American Express company office ; tw
boys , plnsetters in Knuffman bowlin
alley. A mysterious leak in some mai
emptied the gas pipes at 2 a. in. The
were refilled by 9 a. in.
The Mayor Runs Amuck.
Like two bulls in a china shop ,
: mayor and a city attorney ran amuc
. at the city council Monday evenini
. and in a short space of time had ha
> established new rules of leglslatlv
. procedure , had done their utmost f
i annihilate a proposed now Industry I
t Norfolk , and had all but foisted
. bonded indebtedness upon the city fc
f an Institution that Is neither needc
. nor practical. Tne bulldozing tactlt
3 of the mayor and city attorney t
r which they succeeded In browbeatln
i. ' the council Into action that the mer
i' ' bers did not Intend , was the coarsoi
f ! work of the kind ever pulled off In tl
city , and they carried their points in
\f \ manner that outrlvallcd Cannon ni
[ . would put to shame Tom Reed in h
t balmiest days.
s j Throwing to the four winds i
a' ' heaven all accepted versions of parll
r mentary laws , the mayor , aided ar
- . J abetted by the city attorney or moi
il correctly speaking , the city attornc
II followed and uphold by the mayor-
stood the council off and dtifoutod the
wishes of that body.
The claws began to show when an
ordinance ) , which had been carefully
prepared In advance by the city altor-
ney. was brought before the council
condemning the pioposed new plant
of the Norfolk Oil and Chemical
works , a concern that haw but recently
located here In opposition to the Stun-
daitl Oil company , and an enterprise
Hint common business decency would
Ray should be encouraged by the city.
The ordinance was read ami a motion
was made to suspend the rules and
pass It on Its second reading. This
motion lacked enough votes to sus
pend the rules , but the mayor announc
ed that It had carried just the same ,
and at the same time gave out the In
formation that while he hud anything
to say no factory of that kind should
be put up Inside the city limits. So
while the Commercial club and cltl-
/ens generally are urging people to
come here with new industries , the
mayor proposes to defeat the work of
enterprising citizens unless their plan
meets with his approval.
But It required the consideration of
the municipal electric light proposi
tion to show what atiocltlcs may b < >
committed in a supposedly civilized
overnment. The sight of the mayor
mid the city attorney with their heads
together at the head of the table defy
ing the clly council was a gifted and
genteel holdup compared to which the
lecent work of bandits on the Union
Pacific was the crudest kljid of ruf
fianism. A petition and remonstrance
were before the council , one asking
that a special election lie called to
vote bonds in the amount of $55,000 to
construct a municipal lighting plant ,
and the other protesting against such
action. A committee was appointed to
see If the petition contained the names
of fifty freeholders. This committee
returned and reported that the peti
tion contained the names of 151 free
Play Neat Trick.
A motion was then made to place
the petition and remonstrance on flic.
The mayor seemed to be In consider
able hurry to put this motion , and
when Councilman Blakemnn asked if
the motion was not open for discus
sion , the mayor gave the impression
that the motion was simply intended
lo accept the report of the committee
and get the papers on file. This look
ed innocent enough , and every man on
the council votcel for It , not a council
man nor a man In the largo audience
considering that it was other than a
move to relieve the committee and get
the question formally beftue the coun
The matter was then discussed by
the council , and upon invitation of the
Mayor , C. E. liurnham , acting as
apokesman for protesting property
owners gave clear , concise leasons
why it was objectionable to call such
an election at this time , when the
taxes are as high as it would seem
that they should be , and when the city
Is engaged In other enterprises that
are more important for the growth of
the community than could be an elec
tric light plant. After considerable
discussion , a motion was made that
the petition be not granted and that
no special election be called.
The muyoi announced that the mo
tion was out of order , that the petition
had been placed on file and could not
be considered further at that meeting.
The mayor asked the city attorney to
lonfirm this ruling , and ho did. Then
Councilman Kauffman , In a voice that
showed thai lie was nol pleased with
the snap judgment , moved that the
former action be reconsidered. This
motion the mayor declare-d out of or
der , and his ruling was again confirm
ed by the attorney , and the mayor very
flatly refused to put the motion to a
vote. In the nitxup which followed ,
the reins of government passed into
the hands of the city attorney and he
dictatorial ! } ' told the council that the
petition hud now got in such shape
that it could not further be considered
nt this meeting , in which of course he
violated all heretofore accepted legis
lative rules governing reconsideration
of a question , and he further told the
council that as long as the petition
contained the names of fifty freehold
ers the election must be called and
that the remonstrance of other free
holders could not be considered. It is
the duty of the council , according to
Ihe attorney , to involve the city In the
expense of a special election whether
the council deemed It a wise thing to
do or not.
Having allowed the attorney to "lay
down the law" to the council , the may
or echoed amen to the profound wis
dom of the learned legal gentleman ,
and still refused to call the roll on the
motion before the house.
Who's Roberts , Anyway ?
On order of the president of the
council , which was really an appeal
from the ruling of the mayor , the role
was called , but owing to the confusion
that the council had been thrown into
by the attorney , it lacked sufficient
votes to reconsider.
Roberts' Rules of Order , section 27 ,
page 72 , gives the following law ol
reconsideration : "It is In order al
any time , even when another membei
has the floor , or while the assembly IE
voting on the motion to adjourn , dur
Ing the day on which the motion has
been acted upon , or the next succeed
ing day , to move to 'Reconsider the
vote , ' and have such motion 'enteret
r : on the record , ' but it cannot bo consld
1. ered while another question Is before
3 the assembly. It must bo made , ox
r ccptlng when the vole is by ballot , bj
a member who voted with the prevail
ing side. "
t But who is Roberts , anyway'
Hasn't Norfolk a Friday and a Barn
x I hart to make now rules when olt
1' ' rules do not conform to their desire te
3 ] have things their own way ?
The arduous duty of voting the cltj
f council as ho wants to , is conceded ai
, . worth the salary that the city attornej
1 gets for It. But why is It necessary tt
a' ' maintain the expense of n council , se
( ' long as the city attorney dictates whai
- they shall do and how they shall vote'
County Treasurer's Semi-Annual Statement.
. Stateiiuenl of F. A. Peterson. County Treasurer of Madlxou Count > , Neibraska , showing balanceis In all fundu
in Iho Treasury on July 1 , I'.MO ; taxes and other Items collected , warrants ledeemed , and other dlHliuraoiuuntH
from the llrst day of July , 1910 , to the thirty-Ural day of December , 1910. and the balance on hand on the llrst
day of January. 1911. '
Balance * 1 I Balance
NAM 10 OF FUND em | 'olli'ctlons Total DIsburs'lH on
July I. ' 10 | Jan . '
State General $ 17318 081 $ 9111 03 19257 95 7231 16
State School ' , . . , . . . , 5 SI 3 17 5 93 3 OS
State University 3852 10 2211 OH 1199 1863 96
State Redemption , II 64 5 70 in 12 5 28
State School Land principal 3S07 S3 6190 00 7229 79 2768 Ot
State School Lund- interest 893 51 630 25 1173 12 350 31
State School Lund lease HiS 10 30S 50 338 20 138 10
State University Laud principal . . . 612 00 612.00
State Unlveislty Lund Interest . . . . " . 697 32 097 ill
State University Land -lease 38 42 38 12
County 1910 General 16071 11677 38 1397 37
County 1909 General . . . ' 1299 OS 979 i 8360 88 2732 99
County I90S and Prior Years General 3132 86 61 3191 72
County 1910 Bridge 11116 10260 51 855 97
County 1909 Bridge 352 581 1339 1666 15 26 ti
County 190S and Prior Years Bridge 161 68 31 198 76
County 1901 and Prior Years Road . I 51 I 2 60
County 1910 Road Commissioners' District No. 915 876 93 68 77
County 1910 Road Commissioners' District No. Ktifi 721 sn 113 85
County 1910 Road Commissioners' District No ' 915 897 63 48 08
County 1909 Road Commissioners' District No' 11 92 231 267 00 9 81
County 1909 Road Commissioners' District No. 59 65 263 282 00 11 57
County 1909 Road Ctnniulssioners' District No. 75 33 216 91 296 50 25 71
County Drainage Ditch No. 1 12 27 31 35 73 62
County Draiimgo Ditch No. 2 SOO 00 615 95 181 05
County Special Road 1681 ! 00 SS4 68 102 05 2168 63
County Soldiers' Relief 39 28 67
County Judgment I 14 53 I 67
County Insauo 10 10
County Sinking 1 27 10 1 37
County High School 28 28
County Special 49 10
Township 01 01
Precinct Railroad Bond 3 51 2 97 * 16 6 32
Union Creek Court House Bond. . . t 70 07 2 95
Battle Creek Village Jail Bond i ) 31 3 31
Redemption 677 12 2283 39 230li 39 65 i 12
District Poll and Road 2813 33 6606 32 3186 45 5933 20
County General School / 01 48 4328 00 1321 00 71 48
Adjunct District School 28 03 28 17
District School t7oi7 no 30210 31 33S66 05 19391 76
District School Bond . . t 4598 82 2S36 13 2111 5020 12
City and Village 1595 21151 51 18120 7629 78
Fee 59 50 4952 76 5012
Norfolk District Sewer 1103 SO 926 05 1117 912 09
Taxes Paid under Protest 430 96 321 106 05
Advertising 183 70 149 90 1S3 70 119 90
Totals $ 62269 71 $ 148223 01 $ 210192 75 $ 150212 75 60280 00
Balance on hand , July 1 , 1910 , " . . , $ 62269 71
Tuxes collected 102646 26
State School Land Collections , 7128 75
State University Land Collections , . . . . ' . 612 00
State Apportionment Received 4217 00
Redemptions Received 2283 39
Fines Received gj 00
Received from County Officers , Excess Fees 109 70
Received from Banks , Interest on Dally Balances 523 79
Received from Candidates , Primary Election Fees 25 00
.M Iscellnncous Collections , -r 3283 48
Miscellaneous Fees of F. A. Peterson , Co. Treas. last half 1910 i < - 125 25
Fees on Funds , F. A. Peterson , Co. Treas. for the year 1910 . . , 4827 51
F. A. Peterson , Co. Treas , , Excess Fees for year 1910 , , . . . . ' . 1938 26
Transfers f i om funds to funds , , , 20391 65
_ i$210192 75
Warrants , Bonds and Coupons Paid , , $ 117674 91
Redemptions Paid 2306 39
Salaries Paid , 3074 00
Transferred from Funds to Fee Fund 4827 51
Transferred from Fee Fund to 1909 County General Fund 1938 26
Other Transfers from Funds to Funds 20391 65
Balance on hand , December 31 , 1910 , . . * - . . . . 60280 00
1 $210(92 ( 75
CASH BALANCES DECEMBER 31 , 1910.
In First National Bank , Madison , Neb $ is5j go
" Madison State Bank , Madison , Neb 4828 87
" Farmers National Bank , Madison , Neb 2390 90
" Norfolk National Bank , Norfolk , Neb 9670 04
Citizens National Bank. Norfolk , Neb 4770 55
Nebraska National Bank , Norfolk. Neb , i 4751 04
Battle Creek Valley Bank. Battle Creek , Neb , 3800 77
Citizens State Bank , Battle Creek , Neb 1067 49
Security Bank , Meadow Grove , Neb 1014 88
.Meadow Grove State Bank , Meadow Grove , Neb % 2393 82
Elkhorn Valley Bank , Tllden , Neb . , . . 2429 90
First National Bank , Tllden , Neb 4870 59
German Bank. Tllden , Neb , 1891 21
First National Bank , Newman Grove , Neb - . , 2392 07
Newman Grove State Bank , Newman Grove , Neb 2775 08
Shell Creek Valley Bank , Newman Grove , Neb , 1405 34
Kountzo Bros. ( State Fiscal Agency ) New Yoi'k , N. Y 343 23
Office . * . , 4629 32
$60280' ' 0 < *
OUTSTANDING REGISTERED COUNTY WARRANTS , DECEMBER 31 , 1910.
1891 County General Fund $ 4 00
1898 County General Fund 20 45
1899 County General Fund 4 00
1901 County General Fund g 94
1902 County General Fund g 00
1903 County General Fund 24 80
1904 County General Fund rf 7 35
1906 County General Fund r , . o 60
1907 County General Fund . , . . 17 55
1908 County General Fund 200
1910 County General Fund , 10828 19
1900 County Bridge Fund $ g 00
1910 County Bridge Fund , 13770 33
1906 County Road , Fund. Commissioner's District No. 2 $ 11 25
1908 County Road , Fund , Commissioner's District No. 3 . * . . - v _ * - * * > - - . _ TV- -s
1909 County Road , Fund , Commissioner's District No. 2 1 00 T
1909 County Road , Fund , Commissioner's District No. 3 4 00 :
1910 County Road , Fund , Commissioner's District iso. r.'r.T.-.7.T.TTTrr ? " ' . * "Trrt'r ; 1315 63 '
1910 County Road , Fund , Commissioner's District No. 2 . . . . . , . 1025 45
1910 County Road , Fund , Commissioner's District No. 3 1506 85
' . 3868 68
AFFIDAVIT AND CERTIFICATE.
THE STATE OF NEBRASKA. )
County of Madison. J ss.
I , F. A. Peterson , do solemnly swear that the foregoing is a true and correct statement of my receipts and
disbursements as County Treasurer In and for Madison Oounty , Nebraska , from the first day of July , 1910 , to the
thirty-first day of December , 1910 , Inclusive ; that the same is also a true and correct statement of the amount of
money in each fund ; the amount of outstanding and unpaid registered county general , county bridge , and county
road warrants , and the total amount of cash on hand at the close of business on the thirty-first day of December.
1910 , to the best of my knowledge and belief , so help me God.
F. A. PETERSON , County Treasurer.
Subscribed In my presence and sworn to before me this 9th day of January , 1911.
S. R. McFARLAND , County Cleric.
By S. C. BLACKMAN , Deputy.
( SEAL )
THE STATE OF NEBRASKA , )
County of Madison. f ss.
We , the undersigned County Commissioners , In and for Madison County , Nebraska , do hereby certify , that wo
have carefully examined the accounts of F. A. Peterson , County Treasurer of said county , and have found the fore
going statement thereof to bo correct.
Dated nt Madison , Nebraska , this llth day of January , 1911.
BURR TAFT ,
HENRY SUNDERMAN ,
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