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ANNUAL STATEnENT,
OF THE 'I*
Village Treasurer
OF THE
Village of Princeton.
The Village of Princeton, State of Minne
sota, in account with J. F. Petterson, treasurer.
1909. GENERAL FUND. Cr.
IPeb. 22. Balance $ 19.81
23. Ira G. Stanley, Falk license 800.00
22. A. Norton, fine, Jacobson 5.00
25. Ira G. Stanley, John and
AndrewSjohlom, license.. 800.00
Men. 2. A. Z. Norton, fine, Johnson. 5.00
5. Ira G. Stanley, use of scales 19.95
Apr. 1. Otto Henschel, treas. taxes. 1,343.60
7, A. N. Lenertz, use of scales 19.10
12. Fred Holm, license 800 00
16. Sjoblom Bros license 800.00
16. A. N. Lenertz, use of scales. 6.30
May 8. Clarence Hill, license 800.00
13. Sjoblom & Olson,license.... 800.00
June 9. A. Z. Norton, fine, Bergeron 2.00
17. A. Z. Norton, fine, Corbet 5.00
July 2. A. N. Lenertz, returned by
Fredricks, aco't firemen... 11.66
10. A. N. Lenertz, sprinkling 110.25
10. Otto Henschel 1,578.49
23 State, tax on ins, premiums 330 27
31. A. N. Lenertz, license 3.00
Aug. 6. A. Z. Norton, fine, Peterson 1.00
9, A N Lenertz, sprinkling. 133.10
12. Fire Dcpt., sale of old hose. .67
20. A. N. Lenertz, license 15.00
20. A. N. Lenertz. use of scales. .20
24. A. N Lenertz, fine 2.00
30. A. N. Lemriz, license 11.00
Sept. 1. A. Z. Norton, fine, Rudolph. 5 00
9. Col. sprinkling-toAng.15.... 91.80
14. C. A. Dickey, fine, Peterson 1.00
Oct. 9. A. N. Lenertz, use of scales. 8.70
12. Col sprinkling to Sept. 15.. 84.80
22. A. Z. Norton, fine, Erickson 5.00
25. A. Norton, fine- 5.00
30. A. N. Lenertz, license 3.00
Nov. 6. A. N. Lenertz, scales 68.73
11. ollection s, sprinkling 86.80
17. A. Z. Norton, fine, Olson.... 9.00
20. A. N. Lenertz, license, Smith 800.00
30. Collections, sprinkling 4.00
Dec. 4. A. N. Lenertz, scales 30.00
9. Otto Henschel, taxes 930.89
28. Collections, sprinkling 6.75
Jan. 7. A. N. Lenertz. scales 16.95
27. A. Norton, fine, Presley.. 15.00
28. A.N. Lenertz, sale of mdse. .90
28. A. Z. Norton, fine, Erickson 10.00
iTeb. 4. A.N Lenertz,scales 30.05
4. Mille Lacs Co., use of jail. 50.00
4. Mille Lacs Co., sprinkling.. 23.00
17. Anton Falk, license 800.00
No.
Total $11,408.77
Dr.
500.00
2504 Town of Princeton, bridge app'n
2522 Waterous Engine Works, repairs
for fire department 22 50
2679 Tri-State TeL Co., tolls *70
3686 T. Kaliher, hyery for Leach 1 00
2699 Bergman Bros., Keith and Bar
ker, sidewalk 12180
2706 O. King, June salary, aob't scales 51.00
3714 O. King, Dec salary, acc't scales 51.00
2715 S. A. Cravens, Dec. 1908salary... 51 00
2717 Chas. Elder, Dec. 1908 salary 56 00
2719 IraG. Stanley, Dec. 1908 salary!. 23 27
2720 C. V. Osell, money advanced fire
department and from state... 246.39
2729 S. A. Cravens, meals to prisoners 18.97
5736 Princeton Roller Mill, feed 11 95
2737 Princeton Fire Dept.. 2 fire runs. 20 00
3743 A. J. Bullis, repairs on snow plow 3.00
2744 E. L. McMillan, saiary as village
attorney, 1908 100 00
2747 T. H. Caley, hall rent for armory 130.00
3748 S. A. Cravens, part Jan. 1909 sal.. 26.65
2759 S. A Cravens, bal. Jan. 1909sal.. 23.81
2760 Chas. Elder, salary, Jan. 1909 56.00
2761 Ira G. Stanley, salary, .Ian. 1909.. 23.27
2765 Thos. Post, salary, Jan. 1909 25 50
2767 G. A. Eaton, wood.. 6 50
2779 W. G. Fredericks, ax handle "5
2780 W. S. Nott&Co., repairs. 6*50
2781 First Nat'l Bank, 2 per cent ine
briate fund to state 114.24
2782 Princeton Fire Dept., box car'fire 10.00
2787 R. S. Chapman, surveying 00
2790 Chas. Elder, salary In full'".*'" 33'.12
2791 O. B. Newton, interest 1.00
2792 .Tno. F. Petterscn, inerest.. 3 20
2793 Jno. F. Petterson, salary for 1908 61.20
-.2797 S. A. Cravens, salary, Feb. 1909 51.00
2798 Ira G. Stanley, salarv. Feb. 1909.. 23.27
2799 Albert King, salary, Feb. 1909. 14.93
2801 Thos. Post, salary for Feb 25.50
2802 A. Z. Norton, telephone collection 2.50
2803 First Nat'l Bank, interest.. 4 55
2805 C. V. Csell, interest L97
2807 Joe Swanson, street work'..'.'.'... 150
2810 S. A. Cravens, street com.' iiws'... 60.00
2812 P. L. Roadstrom, mdse. for jail. 1.00
2816 J. A. Leatlurs, wood for barn 1.50
2822 Princeton Fire Dept., fire run 10 00
2825 Geo. E. Rice & Co., hay and wood 4 00
2827 Albert King, salary to Mar. 1909. 27.50
2829 A.W. Woodcock, judge of election 3 00
2830 Ira G. Stanley, clerk of election. 6.00
2831 S. R. Jones, special police 2.8O
2833 News Ptg. Co., nub. rec. report.. 15 65
2839 Lee Jones, hay 6.22
2840 S. A, Cravens, meals to prisoners 2!50
2841 A. R. Davis, judge of election 3.00
2842 Princeton Union, printing. 102 20
2843 Ira G. Stanley, salaryjto April 7.
1909, and freight 28 38
2845 S. A. Cravens, salary, Mar. 1909.. 50 00
2846 Albert King, bal. salary, Mar. "09. 27.70
2847 First Nat'l Bank, interest 2 20
2849 Thos. Post, salary. Mar. 1909 25 00
5853 Princeton Fire Dept., 3 fire runs 30 00
2855 Princeton Roller Mill Co., feed 30 48
2860 Thos Post, bal. sal. as weigher 12*50
2861 A. Z. Norton, justice fees 2 05
2862 Gillespie. Stonebeig & Co., har
ness supdies and repairs 5 35
2863 F. C. Foitz, feed.. 405
2864 G. E. Rice & Co wood 1.75
2865 Otto Barneke, hay 5*53
2866 W. H. Ferrell, freight on meters. 103
2867 Albert King, salary for April.. 55.00
2868 S. A. Cravens, salary for April. 50 00
2872 A. N. Lenertz, salary for Aprfl 20 83
28*5 F. J. Ddrragfi. office rent 5 on
2877 S. A. Love, freight 75
2880 C. A Jack, mdse 14'gg
2881 Princeton Roller Mill Co.. feed'.''. in'85
2882 Peterson & Nelson, horseshoeing
and repairs 5 15
2883 Princeton Fire Dept. 2 tire rims.. 20 00
2884 S. A. Cravens, board bill 3*50
2885 F. M. Spencer, freight [40
2886 S. A. Love, freight on meters 495
288b Albert King, sa.ary for May..'.' 55.00
*o9 fa. A. Cravens, salary for May 50 00
SS2 Leuertz, salary for May.' 20*83
2892 F. J. Darragh, office rent 5 00
2893 O. B. Newton, lunches 1*13
2894 Peterson & Nelson, repair's, etc.! 3.75
2898 R. s. Chapman, surveying... a'oo
2899 Warren Briggs, helper on survey 2 00
2908 Princeton Fire Dept., donation 35'ofl
2911 Arthur Cahill, labor... 350
2912 S. A. Love, freight 50
2913 W. Page, express ,75
2914 S. A. Love, frieght on coal!. 3366
8915 S. A. Cravens, am't paid for hay 4 10
2916 Special Fund, to pay freight, etc! 50'00
5918 Louis Wicen, work on sprinkler. 2 00
-2920 G. A. Stumm, salary for June.... 51.33
.2981 S. A. Cravens, salary for June.... 50.00
2922 A. N. Lenertz, salary for June... 20.83
2925 F, J. Darragn, office rent 5.00
2z7 Princeton Roller Mill Co., feed... 22.00
2928 F. O. Foltz, feed 7.20
2929 Princeton Fii Dept., fire run.... 10.00
.3930 Louis Solberg, hay 8.20
.2939 First Nat'l Bank, state inebriate f'd 96.00
.2941 S. A. Cravens salary for July 50.00
2942 Albert King, salary for uly 57.80
2943 A. N. Lenertz. salary for July.... 20.83
2944 Princeton Fire Dept., state appro. 230.27
2945 J. H. Fullwiler, hay 5.92
2947 F. J. Darragh, office rent 5.00
2948 Princeton Roller Mill Co., feed... 12.44
2949 Princeton Fire Dept., fire run.... 10.00
2950 Geo. C. Newton, assessor 100.00
2952 Princeton Lumber Co., lumber... 18.72
.2954 Peterson & Nelson, repairs, etc.. 7.25
2961 Electric Fund, trans, from gen... 3,000.00
2985 Albert King salary for August.. 55.00
$86 L. A. Cravens, salary for August. 50.00
2988 A. N. Lenertz, salary for August. 20.83
2991 Princeton Fire Dept., 8 fire runs. 80.00
2993 F. J. Darragh, office rent. 5.00
2994 A. Z. Norton, fees 8.05
2998 Princeton Roller Mill Co., feed 15.80
.3507 A. N. Lenertz, board of review. 8.00
-3508 W. H. Ferrell. board of review.. 8.00
3512 Gus. Swanson, labor 8.00
.3513 Walter Heitman, labor 1.75
8514 Elder Jones, labor 1.25
.3515 Henry Heitman. labor 41.80
3516 Nels Olson, labor 37.18
.3517 Walter Heitman labor 6.96
.3518 E. R. Jones, labor 5.18
3919 Otto Manke labor 13.50
3520 Gust Swanson, labor 52.20
3521 S. A. Cravens, labor 8.50
3523 S. A. Cravens, salary for Sept 50.00
3524 Albert King, salary for Sept 65.0C
3525 A. N. Lenertz, salary for Sept.... 0.83
3530 1*. J. Darragh, office rent 5.00
3531 Louis Solberg, team work 7.3C
3532 John McCool, team work 8,0C
3534 A. N. Lenertz. box rent, etc l.e*
3535 Mcllhargey Hwd. Co., mdse 2.2C
-3537 Princeton Roller Mill Co., feed... 22.01
3538 Peterson & Nelson, repairs, etc.. 7.3(
3542 Farnham Brick Co., brick F4 &
3549 Bergman Bros., crosswalks 90.54
3550 irst Nat'l Bank, interest 1.2(
3551 S. P. Woodman, hay c.f
5552 Sam Shaw, labor j,s(
8553 Albert King, salary
3554 W. A. Wahlfors, hay I
3558 S. A. Cravens, salary, Oct
3559 S. A. Cravens, labor, Chapman../
3580 A. N. Lenertz, salary, Oct
3561 Thos. Post, salary. Oct. 9 to 31.
3562 Arthus Heath, labor
3563 F. J. Darragh, office rent
3564 Si A. Cravens, repairs and meals.
3585 C. O. Ross, labor
3566 Princeton Fire Dept., 3 fire rnns.
3567 Peterson & Nelson, repairs.
3568 Evens Hwd. Co., bldg. supplies!.
3570 Caley Hwd. Co., vault door
3571 Caley Hwd. Co.. repairs, etc'.'.!.'..
3573 G, Nachbar, salary, Oct
3574 A. C. Smith, incidental ex.'abc't*.
3575 E. E.Whitney, incidental ex. acc't
3577 Nels Olson, labor
3585 D. N. Hunt, hay
3591 S. A. Cravens, salary. Nov
3592 Thos. Post, salary, Nov.
3593 G. Nachbar, salary. Nov
3594 A. N. Lenertz, salary, Nov
3597 L. Stumm, labor
3598 F. J. Darragh, offlco rent
3599 F. T. Kettelhodt, supplies
3600 Peterson & Nelson,hors shoeing
3602 Princeton Roller Mill Co., feed...
3603 Princeton Lumber Co., lumber...
3604 Caley Hwd. Co., 2 heaters and ex.
3606 Walter S. Booth & Son, supplies.
3610 J. J. Skahen, insurance premium
3618 S. A. Cravens, salary, Dec
3619 Thos. Post, salary, Dec
3621 A. N. Lenertz, salary, Dec
3625 Caley Hwd. Co.. supplies
3626 Peterson & Nelson, set sleds etc.
3627 Mcllhargey Hwd. Co., supplies...
3628 E. L. McMillan, fees as vil. att'y.
3632 Electric Fund, gen. fund transfer.
3634 First Nat'l Bank, acc't state ine
briate fund
3635 Chas. Ross, labor
3641 8. A. Cravens, salary to Jan. 21...
3651 Thos Post, salary, Jan. 1910
3652 A. N. Lenertz, salary, Jan. 1910.
3654 Thos. Post, salary, marshal
3630 Elmer Whitney, team work
3657 T. H. Caley, hall rent
3G58 Le wis Robideau, sand
3661 Albert King, use of sleds..'..
3664 Caley Hwd. Co., stove and pipe..
Balance Feb. 19, 1910
5-
Western Elec. Co.. supplies
23 Belden, Porter, Grey Co., repairs
8024 Nat'l Meter Co., repairing meters
3326 Elec. Eng. Co., supplies.
3329 Peterson & Nelson, repairs."".
3380 Kunz Oil Co., oil.
3332 Rural Tel. Co., tolls....
3338 Gregory Elec Co., supplies.'"""
3339 M. Smuckler, rags.
3344 A. H. Bavier. salary
3346 O. A. Dow. bal Apr. salary
3347 A. M. Davis, freight and drayage.
3351 Chas. Harmon, work at plant
3353 Geo. E. Rice, freight
3357 gbas. Harmon, work at" plant*.'.'.'.
3365 3368 3369
3379 3380 3384
3388 3390 3391
50,
20,
40.
4,
5. 8,
11. 30,
5.
14.
70. 20.
25.
6. 6.
11.
5.
50. 55. 25. 20.
30.
2. 1.
2.
28. 59. 35.
3.
60. 50. 55. 20. 19.
44. 15.
3400 3401
3406 3419 3428
3429 3431 3437 3448
3461 3462 3467
3470 3476 3477
3482 3485 3487 489 3492 34*8 3500 2536
2556 2568 2569 2570 2577 2578
2582 2583
2586 2588 2593 2601 2603
2604
100.
1,000.
16.
3.
34. 55. 20.
5. 4.
150.
2. 2.
15.
1,746.
Total $11,408.77
ELECTRIC ACCOUNT.
1909 Feb. 20 Balance..
Apr. 5 Collection, Feb., 1909'.".".!"!
Apr. 21 Mi aca, poles
May 5 Collections, March. 1909"".
June 4 Collections, Apr 1909
July 10 Collections, May, 1909
Aug. 9 Collections, June, 1909...."..'.
Aug. 12 General Account Transferred
Sept. 9 Collections, July, 1909
Oct. 1 Ceneral Electric Co., Refund
Oct. 12 Collections, Aug., 1909
Nov. 11 Collections, Sept., 1909
Dec. 15 A. N. Lenertz Col. Old Ac'ts
Jan. 7 A. N. Lenertz, Elec. Col.
Jan. 15 Collections, Oct. and Nov.'...
Jan 21 General Account Transferred
1910 Feb. 14 Collections, Dec. 1909
Feb. 19 Collections, Jan., 1910
Total $10,285.49
1909 No.
2242 R. B. Whitacre & Co., cost of
Engine and Dynamo
2420 Tri-State Telephone Co., calls...
2502 C. A. Dow, salary to Aug 15, '08
2507 Peterson & Nelson, repairs for
plant
2516 R. B. Whitacre & Co., MdseV'for
plant
2526 Kunz Oil Co., oil
2528 Calev Hdw. Co., Hdw. for plant!!
2535 Northwestern Elec. Co., Mdse
for plant
2540 A. H. Bavier, salary for Aug. '08
2545 Northwestern Fuel Co.. coal.....
2548 A. M. Davis, freight and drayage
2550 C. A. Dow, salary to Sept., 15, '08
2551 A. M. Davis, freight on coal
2555 A. M. Davis, freight and drayage
2571 A. M. Davis, freight and drayage
on coal.
2786 Art Roos, work at plant.......
2818 Electrical Eng. Co., supplies
2821 Tri-State Telephone Co., calls'.'..
2844 Tri-State Telephone Co., calls...
2850 First National Bank, interest...
2801 First National Bank, interest...
2871 First National Bank, interest...
2873 O. B. Newton, interest
2896 First National Bank, interest..
2897 Arthur Roos, work at plant
2909 First National Bank, interest.'!!
2910 O. B. Newton, interest
2924 Chas. Plummer, line work
2935 First National Bank, interest...
2962 First National Bank, interest...
3964 First National Bank, interest....
2966 D. A. McRae. interest
2968 Security State Bank, interest....
2970 O. B. Newton, interest
2972 C. R. Sanford, interest
2981 Claude Anderson, labor at plant
2982 Edward Brands, labor at plant..
2989 Clare Smith, labor at plant
3084 Tri-State Tel. Co.. Tel., Oct. '07
3118 A. Bavier, salary Nov. '07
3129 Calev Hdw. Co.. hardware.
3133 Waterous Eng. Works Co., sup...
3134 Rural Telephone Co calls
3150 Pittsburg Meter Co., meters
3161 Northwestern Fuel Co., coal
3163 J. E. Brown, labor at plant.......
3164 L. E. Dow, labor at plant.
3166 F. F. Woodcock, labor at plant..
3167 Watrous Eng. Works, supplies..
3168 Wes Page, express
3169 J. E. Brown, labor at plant..!!
3170 L. E. Dow, labor at plant
3171 C. A. Dow. salary, Dec. 1907
3172 Andrew Bavier, salary. 1907
3174 A. M. Davis, freight and drayage.
3L5 J. F. Petterson. disco't, order3160
3184 C. A. Dow, salary
3186 J. E. Brown, labor at plant.......
3187 Caley Hwd. Co., supplies..
3190 B.D.Grant, supplies
3196 St. Paul Machine Works, repairs
3197 Northwestern Elec. Co., meters..
3198 B. D. Grant, mdse.
3200 F. T. Kettelhodt, mdse
3202 Louis Wicen, bal. on water main.
3204 H. Neumann, blacksmith work...
3205 Rural Tel Co., poles
3206 Elec. Testing Co repairs
3207 Duncan Elec. Mfg. Co., repairs
3208 Tri-State Telephone Co calls...
3209 D. M. Gilmore Co., merchandise.
3211 S. E. Down, work at plant
3213 West Page, express
3214 Geo. E. Rice Freight on coal.....
3215 A. M. Davis, freight and drayage
3216 J. E. Brown, work at plant
3217 John Ecclaberger. work at plant
3218 Northern Elec. Co., supplies....
3219 J. E. Brown, work at plant
3220 J. E. Bates, work at plant
3221 L. E. Dow, work at plant
3323 C. A. Dow Bal. Sal. Jan. '07
3226 A. H. Bavier, salary, Jan. '07....
3227 A. M. Davis, freight and drayage
3228 J. E. Brown, labor at plant
3229 L, G. Prescott, repairing clock..
3234 Guy Brown, work at plant........
3235 Fred Bock, work at plant
3236 H. Francis, work at plant.
3237 J. E. Brown, work at plant
3238 L. E. Dow, work at plant
3239 Gordon Young, work at plant....
3241 H. W. Johns Manville Co., cement
3242 R. B. Whitacre Co.. repairs.
3243 Tri-State Tel. Co., tolls
3244 Northwestern Fuel Co., coal
3246 Peterson & Nelson repairs.
8248 Mpls. Elec. Motor Co., Wiseman.
3249 Hartford Steam Boiler Ins.Co, ins..
3252 C. A. Dow. salary to Feb. 14,1908.
3253 R. A. Daniels, work at plant
3254 J. E. Brown, work at plant
3^56 R. A. Daniels,repairing engine
257 Peter Mitchel, work at plant
3258 M. J. Brands, repairs at plant
3269 E. Dow, work at plant
3260 J. E. Brown, work at plant
3263 A. Dow, Bal. of Sal.. Feb. "08
3266 A. M. Davis, freight and drayage
3267 A. H. Bavier. salary, Feb.. '08....
8259 L. E. Dow. work at plant
3270 T- Kettelhoht, merchandise.
3272 B. D. Grant, oil and repairs 85.33
8274 B. D. Grant, repairs for plant....
3279 Northwestern Elec. Co., Mase...
3380 American Elec. Co., mdse
owl B. F. Goodrich Co., waste, etc....
f285 Northern Elec. Co., mdse
3387 Peterson & Nelson, repairs
3292 C. A. Dow, salary. Mar. 16.1908...
3295 L. E. Dow. labor at plant
8296 Geo. E. Rice & Co.. freight
3298 First Nat'l Bank, int. on bonds..
2&9 A. M, Davis, freight and drayage
3301 c. A. Dow, bal. Mar. salary..*....
o3U3 A. H. Bavier, salary. Mar
8306 Geo. E. Rice, freight....
808 A. Dow. salary to-4-15.1908..!.
*0 Northwestern Elec. Co., supplies
33io B. D. Grant, supplies...
8814 Ohas. Sanford Co., suuplies
8316 Berwin Fuel Co., coal...
2608 2611
2612 2613
2615 2619
2620 2623 2633
2648
2990 3578
3581 3583
3584 3587
3595 3637 3638 3639 3640
3642 3643 3644 3645 3672 3674 3675 3677 3678 3679 3680 3681
Cr.
$ 433.19
460.29
10.60
434.41 726.67 307.57
222.03
3,000.00
194.47
47.50
211.80 685.50
36.50
6.37
1,254.24 1,000.00
724.79 529.53
Dr.
5 846.25
9 00
51.00
20.90
16.29 13.26
17.74 54.40 51.00
110.78
4.66
51.00 36.05 12.77
48.24
1.00
1.00 1.40
.90
55.90
.55
35.80
1.47
15.73
2.80
5.57
16.73
1.75
46.28 16.23
145.71
28.14
.95
43.25
4.25
.70 .80
.90
2.80
51.00 65.31 64.45
1.80
424.00 729.38
6.12
12.24
9.18 3.16 1.42
4.89
12.24
91.80
51.00
2.92
11.30
40.80 12.24 54.86 24.49
145.15
75.00 22.95
2.10
410.04
2.44
25.50
2.29
5.29 5.60
44.66 31.82
1.42
61.74 24.41 11.62
1.02
144.91
10.08
4.08
34.48 51.00
51.00
4.93
13.55
2.55 3.06
2.04 6.12 8.36
6.52 1.02 4.50
40.96
3.95
240.12
7.50
366.63
75.00
45.90 28.25
1.02
12.24
4.64
10.48
89.58
1.02
45.90
8.85
51.00 85.M
8.1 0
17.2 7
03.40
4.88
8.6a
57.26
8.50
51.00 24.48 3S.03
S75.40
23.42 61.00 51.00 18.96 51.00 42.65 19.00
27.89
13T.38
IT.10 44.15
1.00
4.25
4.25
60.42
5.15
41.00
4.52
51.00 61.00 13.56
9.28
24.78
10.35
C. A. Dow, salary to May 15 .mm. 51.00
Berwin Fuel Co., coair. 95
Northwestern Elec. Co., supplies aj'iai
Hanna Coal Co., coal S'S)
R.B. Whitacre & Co., supplies'.'. 2786
Ohas. Harmon, work at plant Va
Geo. E Rice, freight..........!!" 2285
Chas. Harmon, work at plant 9 37
Chas. Harmon, worksalary at plant
T. S,
Courteaul,
5*61 1 'n
work at plant 9*17
A. H. Bavier.a salary, May....!"' 51 00
9/
5.0W-
Ma
A
A. M. Davis, freight and drayage 22*28
T. S, Courteau, work at plant 5 84
Chas. Harmon, work at plant" 8 38
C. A. Dow. June salary RI'OO
Geo. E. Rice, freight 3a'43
Northwestern Fuel Co.. coal! 87 15
A. H. Bavier, salary, June..!." 5100
C. A. Dow. balance June salary!! 51 00
A. M. Davis, freight and drayage 27 25
C. A. Dow, y2 July salary 51'm
R. B. Whitacre & Co., Mdse 2431
B. Whitacre. mdse 3 43
Northwestern Elec. Co coal' 146 58
R. B. Whitacre, mdse as'32
Geo. E. Rice, freight 1*70
First Nat'l Bank, draft for poles'. 67*91
C. A. Dow. bal. July salary 51.00
A. H. Bavier, July salary 51 00
Earl Pratt, work at plant 6 *50
Geo. E. Rice, freight 29*05
A M. Davis, hauling coal..."""" 23*82
Geo. E. Rice, freight 26 14
M. Davis, freight and drayage 9'28
J. C. Herdliska, Treas., refund on
I, O. O F. lights.( 117 30
Northwestern Fuel Co.. coal.... 283 62
Duncan Elec Co.. meter 16.*00
Peterson & Nelson, repairs......' 10 50
Northwestern Elec. Co., supplies 44 '3
C. A. Dow, Bal. Sal, Sept. 51 00
A. H. Bavier, salary, Sept. 5i!oo
A. Davis, freight and drayage 12 41
F. W. Pravitz, freight on coal. 36'52
Northwestern Fuel Co., coal 303 94
F. T. Kettelhodt, mdse 1 '.27
Bryan Marsh Co., lamps 57.76
Elec. Appliance Co., mdse. 14 19
Elec Eng. Co., mdse JJO.OO
Northwestern Elec. Co-, mdse.... 3.65
Northwestern Elec. Co., mdse.." 77 64
Earl Pratt, labor at pant 23 48
C. A. Dow, salary to Oct. 15,1908. 51 00
A. Dow, salary to Oct. 31,1908. 51.00
A, H. Bavier. salary, Oct. 51.00
A. M. Davis, freight and drayage 3.16
F. W. Pravitz, freight 36.11
Joe Swanson, unloading coal 4.08
Joe Swanson, cleaning boiler 1.75
C. A. Dow, J Nov. salary 51.00
Evens Hwd. Co.. mdse 10.34
R. B. Whitacre & Co., mdse 27.62
C. S. Scheen.mdse .60
J. W. C*.rland, labor .75
A. M. Heath, setting poles .50
First Nat'l Bank, interest 4.75
First Nat'l Bank, interest 67.94
D. A. McRae. interest 4.57
First Nat'l Bank, interest 7.79
First Nat'l Bank, interest 37.87
First Nat'l Bank, interest 43.19
D. A. McRae, interest 18.54
O. B. Newton, interest 22.64
O. B. Newton, interest 12.50
First Nat'l Bank interest 128 03
First Nat'l Bank, interest 9.25
First Nat'l Bank, interest 1.90
First Nat'l Bank, interest 9.77
O. Newton, interest 8.25
First Nat'l Bank, interest 48.05
O. B. Newton, interest 3.90
Security State Bank, interest.... 9.83
D. A. McRae, interest 3.75
First Nat'l Bank, interest 28.50
Security State Bank, interest.... 1.50
Balance Feb. 19, 1910 133.72
Total $10 285.49
REPORT OF
Village Recorder
-OF-
Receipts and Expenditures
Village of Princeton from Feb. 25,
1909, to to Feb. 21, 1910.
BECEIPTS, GENERAL FUND
Licenses $5632.00
Tax collections 3852.
Fines Sprinkling Scales State for fire department.
County for use of jail
Sale of old rubber, etc
Refund from fire department.
70.00
540.50 199.98
230.27
50.00
1.57
11.66
Total receipts. 10,588.96
DISBURSEMENTS.
Recorder's salary
Marshal's salary
Recorder's office rent and mdse
Recorder's office, building vault, etc.
Streets, repair work
Streets, cross walks.
Bridges Fire Dept., fire runs, etc
Fire Dept..state revenue
Jail Health.... Publication fees and printing
Elections.. Scale account
Village treasurer's salary.
State inebriate fund
Village assessor
Transfer to electric fund
Insurance Attorney fees
Armory Expense, labor and miscellaneous..
Team Barn
Sleds
$ 254.86
589.23
44.41
200.07
97.45 90 54
100.78 165.00
230.27
36.28 17.00
117.85
14.80
165 20
60.00
112.00 100.00
4000.00
6000.00
100.00 150.00 195.75
9W.49 201 96
40.00
Total. $ 8075.95
RECEIPTS, ELECTRIC FUND.
Cash on hand, Feb. 25.1909 $ 433.19
Water collections 838.68
Light collections 4955.52
Transfer from general fund 4000.00
Sale of poles and on account of old
engine 58.10
Total $10285.49
DISBURSEMENTS.
Fuel $2661.85
Oil 135.51
Waste and packing. 21.98
Engineer *nd electrician 2042.41
Freight and drayage
Tools and fixtures
Repairs
Intere t.
Expense Mdse 1530.15
Insurance 96.87
Total 8015.97
Orders outstanding Feb. 25,1909 114615.8
Orders issued from Feb. 25, 1909, to
Feb. 19,1910 8015.97
22631.86
Orders paid to Feb. 21. 1910 10151.77
Orders outstanding $12480.09
Cash on hand, general fund $ 2431.42
Cash on hand, eleotrio fund 133.721
Total cash on hand Feb. 21,1910. 8 2565.14
Orders outstanding. 12480.09
Cash 2565.14
S 9914.95
Bonded indebtedness 16000.00
Net indebtedness at this-date 125914.95
Net indebtedness Feb. 25,1909 830264.00
Reduction of net inebtednese daring I
year. $4,349.05
Total receipts general fund 110588.96
Orders outstanding Feb. 25,19u 81.59
Orders Issued from 2-25 '00 to 2-21 '10.. 8075.95
Total orders paid $ 8157.54
Cash on hand general fnn* $ 2481.42
BIJBCTB IO VUND.
Balanee 1 483.19
Total receipts 9852.80
$10285.49
Orders paid 10151.77
Cash on hand Feb. 21, 1910 9 133.72
TBAH ACCOUNT.
71 days sprinkling 8 540.50
Hauling coal 55 days 192.85
75 days street work 263.43
Fire runs 42.00
8 1038.78
Man, feed, hay and expense 9 932.49
Gain 106.20
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NORTHWESTERN HOSPITAL
AND SANITARIUM.
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(ESTABLISHED 1900)
A private institution which combines all the
advantages of a perfectly equipped hospital
with the quiet and comfort of a refined and
elegant home. Modern in every respect. No
insane, contagious or other objectionable cases
received. Rates are as low as the most effi
cient treatment and the best trained nursing
will permit.
H. C. COONEY, M. D.,
fledlcal Director,
MISS ANNA R. JOHNSON. Superintendent.
Birds, Animals and Game Heads
mounted by standard methods. Fur
Rugs with half and open mouth
heads. ELMER WOODMAN,
Princeton, Minn.
PETER MOEGER 1
merchant Tailor
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.$.
The new fall and winter patterns have .$-
arrived. Call and inspect them. 4.
Fit guaranteed and prices right.
Repairing Cleaning Pressing
Main Street, Princeton
G.G.SHAKER
Resident Photographer
The Highest Grade Work
Guaranteed
Studio Opposite Dr. Coon
ey's Office
Open Every Day
T. J. KALIHER, Proprietor,
Prinoeton, Minn.
Single and Double Rigs
at a riotnent*' Notice.
Commercial Traveler*' Trade a Specialty.
A. W. MARTIN
Agent for Singer
Sewing Machines
Office in Prescott Building
At Office Every Saturday
Black Silk
Stove Polish
Makes a brilliant, sflky polish that does
not rub off or dust off. and the shine lasts
four times as long as ordinary stove
polish.
Used on sample stoves and sold by
hardware dealers.
All we ask is a trial. Use it on yottr
cook stove, your parlor stove or your
eras range. If yon don't find it the best
tore pottah yon ever used, your dealer is
authorized to refund your money.
Insist on Black 811k Store Polish.
Don'taccept substitute
MadeInliquidorpasteonequality.
BLACK SILK STOVE POLISH WORKS
L. K. WYNN, Maker, Sterling. Illinois
Use Black Silk Air-Drying Iron Enamel on
gitesl stove-pipeePreventsrusting.
GetregistorsCan a TODAY
Wanted, to buy, a black mare colt
not less than 3 years old and weight
about 1,200 pounds. No scrub
wanted. Call on or write the i on
office. Q-tfo
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Farm Mortgages,
Insurance, Collections.
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National Bank I
of Princeton, Minnesota. I
Paid up Capital, $30,000
A General Banking Busi
ness Transacted.
Loans Made on Approved
Security.
Interest Paid on Time De
posits.
Foreign and Domestic Ex
change.
S. S. PETTERSON, President.
T. H. CALEY, VicePres.
J. F. PETTERSON, Cashier.
M. M. Stroeter will conduct farm auctions either on commission
or by the day.
Princeton State Bank
Capital $20,000
Vgo.aGeBMai Banking Business
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. $
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I Farm Loans!of
Have absolute faith in them. Know them
to be worthy of OUR confidence and also
YOURS. If we weren't convinced that we
can offer you shoe values that it is impossi
ble to beat we couldn't talk of them so en
thusiastically as we do. And because W E
know we want YOU to know for the good
of both of us.
You'll be needing shoes in your family
right along. Why not give us a chance to
prove to you the claims we make for our
shoes.
The Princeton Boot ?nd Shoe Man
jSHS!r,
J. J. SKAHEN,
Cashier.
M. S. RUTHERFORD BL CO. I
Townsend Building,
Princeton, Minn.
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We Believe in
Our Shoes
Solomon Long
Only Glove Hands Pick'
"Simkist" Oranges
We use great care in picking the
famous "SUNKIST" ORANGES,
Each "SUNKIST* ORANGE is picked
from the tree and packed in the box by a
gloved hand. No orange that (alls to the grouna is naekerl
under the "SUNKEST label.
("Sunkist" Navel Oranges Are Seedless
We grow 60% of all, the California oranges. Three
fourths of all the lemons. Most of them are sold in bulk,
but the cho'cestselections of this great quantity ere wrapped
in the "SUNKISF* label, so that if you would bo sure that
you get the choicest pick, insist upon the "SUNKIST."
Beautiful Orange Spoon FREE
Some dealers may claim the oranges they sell are the
famous SUMKIST," butrthat they have** removed th
dea,e
1
Send to California
Fruit Growers* Exchange
O 34 dark Street, Chicago, I1L
Mrs. Kate Hall says: "I have kept
house 15 years, am the mother of four
children, and I would not keep house
without Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea." Wise woman, why? Drives
away sickness, brings health and
happiness to the whole family. It's
the world's health preserver. C.
\A.Green
Jack.
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in the SUNKIST" wrapper. If you do this we will give
you a beautiful orange spoonone of Rogers* best standard
^AA quality. Just send us twelve "SUNKIST"
at lemon wrappers, with six 2c stamps to pay postage,rwedorang
packing, etc., and receive one of beautiful
spoons by return mail.
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oUIMKlo I label. You can easily se
cure a wbole dozen of these beautiful
orange spoons. Get a dozen "SUN*
KIST" oranges or lemons today.
No Sabetltnte.
Accept no substitute for Foley's
Honey and Tar. It is the best and
safest remedy for coughs, colds,
throat and lung troubles. No
opiates. Sold by all drugigsts.
For sale, an 80-acre farm in section
34, Wyanett, 40 acres, on. shore of
lake. Apply to John Skold,
Route 4, Princeton. 7-4tp
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