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E. Nowack 10.50
Mrs. A. Schirrer 21.00
Mrs. H. Roiger 22.00
Mrs. M. Schwinghammer ... 21.00
3939 Bauch Bros., flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
Boetscher 9.00
M. Miller 21.00
Mrs. S. Geiser 10.00
4303 Bauch Bros., flour and
groceries furnisned to Mrs.
I C. M. Semans 15.00
M' M. Boetcher 32.00
Mrs. C. Semans 20.00
1998 Ad. Altermatt Merc. Co.,
flour and groceries fur
nished to Mrs. J. Rams
bacher 40.00
A. Schirrer 25.00
H. Roiger 21.00
Total $776.50
Statement "D."
Limberger, from Sept. 1st
to Dec. 1st, 1912 90.00
Clothing and expenses 57.35
3861 Mrs. Ellen Hutchings, ex
penses taking E. V. Allen
to Faribault school by or
der of the judge of probate 10.70
iHSE 3862 Herrn. Nagel, 1 cord of wood
Wfr* furnished to Mrs. A.
Sf Fischer 10.00
,V To Mrs. F. Emmerich 6.00
3863 Felix. Schotzko, shoes, etc.,
furnished to Ole Ross and
Goblirsch 9.00
Feb. 10th, 1913 22.00
4047 Joseph Hornick, boarding
and nursing Mrs. E. No
I wack from Nov. 12th, 1912
to Feb. 12th, 1913 60.00
4048 Mrs. Theresa Mueckl, nurs
ing Mr. and Mrs. M. Cava
naugh from Oct. 12th, 1912
to Jan. 25th, 1913 40.00
I 4049 Hanska-Linden Store Co.,
clothing, etc., furnished
to Guri Christiansen 10.38
4050 A. E. Bigot, meats furnished
to Mrs. Jos. Rensberger.. 21.25
4051 Joseph Fecker, meats fur
nished to Mrs. O. Lenske. 11.20
4052 G. Nuessele, flour and groc
eries furnished to Mrs. M.
Limberger from Feb. 1st
Christ. Roi from Feb. 11th
to April 30th 60.00
Mrs. Theresia Bigot, from
Dec. 20th, 1912 to March .JX,
20th, 1913 76.00
4256 St. John's Hospital, boarding
and nursing Ole Ross front
Sept. 24th, 1912 to April
17th, 1913 232.00
,,, Mrs. Marg. Schwinghammer
from Jan. 28th to April
Jfe
tT si*7
a
Ain't.
10.00
6.00
10.00
4.00
4.00
12.00
8.00
6.00
Total ......5648.75
ääää
$ 16th 88.00
T-
Christiansen from Feb.
10th to April 10th .' 24.00
4257 Mrs. Theresa Mueckl, nurs-,
ing Mr. and Mrs. M.
Cavanaugh from Jan. 25th
to April 12th 38.50
4258 Herman Nagel, 1 ton coal
to Louis Scheurich ....... 6.00
1 cord of wood to Mrs. Kate
Larson, pauper deceased.- 21.40
4357 Mrs. W. Salkowski, refund
ment -30
4439 Anton E. Hanson, refund
ment -36
4474 St. Alexander Hospital,
boarding and nursing John
Colemann from April 3rd
to April 24th 21.00
Christ. Roi from April 2nd
to April 26th 24.00
4475 Minnesota State Sanatorium,
boarding and nursing Jos.
Limberger from the state
sanatorium to New Ulm.. 76.50
Grave 4.00
4708 W. A. Pfefferle, groceries
and flour to M. Fischer... 5.20
4711 Minnesota State Sanatorium,
boarding and nursing Jos.
Frances Dusel from April
27th to May 23rd 28.00
Mrs. Theresa Ludwig from
M. Cavanaugh from April
12th to June 28th 38.50
4865 P. O. Baklcen, house rent for
Mrs. Ed. Miller 17.75
Mrs. John Miller 11.15
Mrs. Behrnds 9.35
Mrs. C. Semans 17.25
Mrs. E. Nowack 5.30
Sylvester Gieser 17.30
4910 St. Alexander Hospital,
boarding and nursing
Mrs. I. Petrehn 9.25
M. Cavanaugh 10.85
Mrs. H. Anderson 7.50
5204 L. A. Zellmer, refundment. .27
5205 J. L. Schoch, refundment... 2.25
5384 A. C. Rogers, Supt., Minn.
Statement "E."
For electric light lamps.... 6.20
3870 W. A. Pfefferle, groceries.. 39.76
3871 Bastian, Marti & Brandl,
groceries 23.80
3872 Christ. Filzen, Jr., groceries 29.05
3873 G. B. Fesenmaier, groceries 18.75
3874 A. A. Schlumpberger, groc
eries 27.20
3875 Eagle Roller Mill Co., flour
and feed 21.80
3876 New Ulm Roller Mill Co.,
flour and feed 29.75
3877 John Bentzin, feed 8.85
3878 Mrs. F. A. Schnobrich, meats 22.60
3879 And. Saffert, meats 24.70
3880 F. C. Schnobrich, meats ... 13.55
3881 A. J. Vogel, lumber 30.80
3882 Bingham Bros., 71,050 lbs. of
Tough, coal 207.57
3883 F. H. Retzlaff, machinery
and hardware 171.90
3884 Engelbert Bros., hardware.. 47.70
3885 R. Fesenmeier & Co., hard
ware 9.65
3886 Ochs & Baer, sweeping com
pound 3.00
3887 Columbia Clothing Co.,
clothing for inmates 3.65
3888 Pioneer Drug Co., supplies. 12.45
3889 Franz Niemann, shoeing
horses, etc 24.15
3890 C. F. Kaiser, carpenter work 12.25
3891 John Reinhart, 2% bu. timo
thy seed 5.00
3892 Jos. Goblirsch, 29% bu. rye
seed 16.25
3893 John Schons, sawing wood.. 14.00
3894 Gulden & Hippert, plumb
ing repairs 16.89
3895 John B. Schneller, inspect
ing boiler 3.00
3896 Dr. J. P. Graff, veterinarian
calls 4.00
3897 F. D. Minium, expenses sur
veying poor farm 71.19
3898 B. J. Reynolds, help to engi
neer surveying poor farm. 61.40
3899 Ben. Juni, help to engineer,
surveying poor farm 24.20
3900 C. Getting, help to engineer,
surveying poor farm 22.89
3901 W. H. Gieseke, teams used
by surveyor, surveying
poor farm 26.00
3933 New Ulm Rural Tel. Co.,
phone rental for Novem
ber, December and Janu
ary 3.00
3963 John F. Wartha, kalsomln
ing rooms, labor, etc 26.40
4041 F. D. Minium, making sur
vey of Outlet No. 473, by
order of the board 9.00
4053 Theo. Mueller, tobacco for
inmates 1.70
4054 Dr. Emil Mueller, Veterinär
ian service 7.00
4056 F. H. Behnke, groceries ... 26.86
4056 W. Durbahn, groceries .... 28.36
4057 Robt. Fesenmaier, hardware 4.76
4068 Eagle Roller Mill Co., feed 13.10
»jyUl&iSS
Warrant Issued. Am t.
4059 New Ulm Hardware Co.,
hardware 2.45
4060 Everling Electric Co., elec
trie washing machine .... o&.7&
4061 Alfred G. Nagel, sawing
wood in 1910 ".00
4097 City of New Ulm, electric
light used in January and
February 18.25
4119 Bingham Bros., 22 tons of
Yough. coal 124.30
4263 F. C. Schnobrich, meats ,.. 15.75
4264 Brey & Bianchi. groceries.. ,29.48
4265 W. H. Bierbaum, groceries.. 24.47
4266 Arbes Bros., supplies 5.60
4267 Pioneer Drug Co., supplies. 17.55
4268 John Bentzin, flour and feed 15.90
4269 Eagle Roller Mill Co., Hour
and feed 15.50
4270 Jos. J. Goblirsch, 30 bu. seed
wheat 24.30
4271 J, A. Ochs, dress goods, etc. 34.27
4272 Robt. Fesenmaier, 1 Van
April 10.90
4363 New Ulm Rural Tel. Co.,
phone rental for February,
March and April 3.00
Phone call .20
4481 C. F. Kaiser, material and
labor doing carpenter work
in building 113.85
4482 Rev. Robt. Schlinkert, team
used in going to poor farm 2.00
4483 Robt. Fesenmaier, hardware .75
4484 Eus. A. Pfefferle, alabastine 2.35
4485 John H. Forster, carpet ... 5.85
4486 New Ulm Roller Mill Co.,
flour and feed 13.40
4487 W. A. Pfefferle, groceries... 57.0^
448§ Mrs. F. A. Schnobrich, meats 14.45
4715 Ruemke Bros., groceries 25.96
4716 F. C. Schnobrich, meats ... 12.50
4717 Eagle Roller Mill Co., flour
and feed 23.35
4718 John Reinhart, 1 bu. timo
thy 1 50
4871 City of New Ulm, light used
in May and June 5.55
4872 New Ulm Roller Mill Co.,
flour 12.50
4912 Eagle Roller Mill Co., feed.. 4.15
4913 Gulden & nippert, plumbing
repairs 7.07
4944. New Ulm Rural Tel. Co.,
phone rental for May,
August 6.40
5032 Frank Dittbenner, part pay
ment on contract of pur
chase of farm 1,000.00
5035 Robt. Fesenmaier, binder,
etc 155.95
5130 Pioneer Drug Co., supplies.. 19.60
5139 W. A. Pfefferle, groceries.. 38.85
5140 W. H. Bierbaum, groceries. 29.09
5141 Mrs. F. A. Schnobrich, meats 24.00
5142 F. C. Schnobrich, meats ... 26.30
5143 John Bentzin, feed 5.75
5144 New Ulm Roller Mill Co.,
flour and feed 23.10
5145 Germo Mfg. Co., disinfection 20.00
5146 Ochs & Baer, galv. metal
for shed 92.20
5147 F. W. Dietz, harness and
harness repairs 8.70
5148 Franz Niemann, shoeing
horses and repairs 12.15
5181 Eug. A. Pfefferle, fire ex
tinguishers 18.00
5235 City of New Ulm, electric
current used in September
and October 11.60
5238 New Ulm Rural Tel. Co.,
phone rental and calls for
August, September and
October 3.35
5507% H. Unverworn, 1 cow .... 65.00
Arnold Gulden, salary for 1913. 480.00
Rosa Gulden, salary for 1913... 180.00
Total $4,492.47
Statement "F."
MOTHERS' PENSION FUND.
June $00.00
4719 Barbara Peuser, for May ... 30.00
4720 Barbara Peuser, for June... 30.00
4925 Barbara Peuser, for July... 30.00
4999 Barbara Peuser, for August 30.00
5180 Barbara Peuser, for Septem
ber 30.00
5241 Barbara Peuser, for October 30.00
5449 Barbara Peuser, for Novem
ber 30.00
Total $210.00
COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE
FUND.
5
1
1
NEW ULM POST, iPRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 6, 1914.
1
842.49
953.74
944.53
490.00
490.00
5.50
3.60
Total $14,812.38
Hanska 9.00
3995 Hans Mo, refundment 2.07
4117 Conrad Alex, refundment... .08
4357 Mrs. W. Salkowski, refund
ment .40
4366 Hans J. Knudsen, service as
overseer on work done on
state road No. 1 west of
Lf^Ii %h
No. 2, south of Sleepy Eye 23.00
4439 Anton E. Hanson, refund
ment .44
4468 Frank Hillesheim, repairs on
WORK DONE ON STATE ROAD No. 2,
SOUTH OF SLEEPY EYE—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
4667 Hans J. Knudsen, overseer. 18.00
4668 Hans J. Knudsen, labor with
team .... 24.00
4669 John McMaster, labor with
team 24.00
4670 Fred. Greene, labor with
team 38.00
4671 Robt. C. Tretbar, labor with
team 24.00
4672 Willis Cunningham, labor
with team 24.00
4673 Edward Berkner, labor with
team 24.00
4674 Otto Hansen, labor 4.00
4675 Steinke-Seidl Lbr. Co., con
crete 1.90
4676 C. E. Armstrong, labor with
team 26.00
4677 John Soukup, gravel 45.90
4678 Ed. Remmele, hauling gravel 8.00
4702 W. J. Julius, posting no
tices, state rural highway
No. 54 14.00
4703 And. A. Backer, gravel used
on state road No. 1 for re
pairs 20.00
4704 Christ. Filzen, Jr., gravel
used on state road No. 1
for repairs 15.30
4705 Fritz Koehne, labor repair
ing Larrabee bridge 15.00
4706 Willis Cunningham, hauling
planks to Larrabee bridge 4.00
4707 A. R. Keim, road machinery
for road work 131.50
SOUTH OF SPRINGFIELD—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
4724 Anton H. Berg, overseer 184.30
4725 Henry Knoedel, labor with
team 153.00
4726 W. M. Anderson, labor with
team 238.20
4727 Aug. Boelter, labor with
team 50.00
4728 Louis Veigel, labor with
team 61.25
4729 John Rositzke, labor 8.00
4730 George Meisinger, labor 20.00
4731 Fred. Jeske, labor 9.00
4732 Hy. Schwarzrock, labor with
team 50.15
4732 Henry Knoedl, labor with
team 34.00
4734 B. F. Mowry, labor with
team 2.00
4735 Reinhardt Schade, labor with
team 4.00
4736 Conrad Gieseke, labor with
team 12.00
4737 John Meisinger, labor with
team 8.00
4738 Leonard Schumacher, labor. 2.00
4739 Henry Lawrenz, labor 6.00
4740 Kuno Lehne, labor 6.00
NORTH OF CQMFREY—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
4741 Chas. E. Pederson, overseer 56.00
4742 Hugo Wallin, labor with
team 6.50
4743 Ernst Johnson, labor with
team 9.00
4744 Rudolph Swenson, labor with
team 18.00
4745 Oscar Wall, labor with team 19.00
4746 Alex. Quarnstrom, labor with
team 35.80
4747 Chas. Schwieger, labor with
team 55.00
4748 John Wallin, labor with team 41.75
4749 Aug. Wall, labor with team 62.80
4750 Albin Johnson, labor with
team 52.80
4751 Chas. E. Pederson, labor
with team 135.65
4752 Theo. Wall, labor with team 41.50
4753 Leon Quarnstrom, labor with
team 45.40
4754 Peter J. Carlson, labor with
team 44.00
4755 Victor Johnson, labor with
team 8.00
4756 Fred. Brandt, labor with
team 16.00
4757 Carl Youngren, labor with
team 18.00
4758 Ernst Johnson, labor with
team 28.00
4759 Hugo Wallin, labor with
team 28.00
4760 Chas. Krueger, labor with
team 12.50
4761 C. O. Pederson, labor with
team 31.25
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am t.
4762 Hans J. Knudsen, overseer. 50.10
4763 Fred. Greene, labor with
team 125.00
4764 John McMaster, labor with
team
4765 Robt. C. Tretbar, labor with
team
4766 Willis Cunningham, labor
with team
4767 Ed. Berkner, labor with
team
4768 C. E. Armstrong, labor with
team
4769 Fred. Wooldrick, labor with
team
4770 R. H. Bingham & Sons, sew
fer pipe
4771 Steinke-Seidl Lbr. Co., ce
ment
4772 Wm. Courturer, gravel
.V'*
No. of. To Whom
Warrant. Issued.
4776 Ole M. Ouren, labor with
teaiti
4777 Ole Paulson, labor with team
4778 Jacob Larson, labor ........
4779 Lamport Lbr. Co., culvert,
etc
58.00
64.00
64.00
50.00
68.00
24.00
4.50
1.92
20.40
NORTH OF HANSKA—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued.
4773 Peter A. Becken, overseer..
4774 Emil Larson, labor with
team
4775 Anton Torgrlmson,. lahor
^wijth team 64.00
Am't.
71.26
88.00
UMM
Am't.
168.00
38.00
40.00
37.10
7, AT SPRINGFIELD—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
4780 Aug. Boelter, labor with
team 8.00
4781 W. M. Anderson, labor with
team 1 21.00
4782 Hy. Schwarzrock, labor with
team 38.95
4783 Henry Knoedel, dragging... 19.00
4784 Arthur Schotzko, labor 1.00
4785 Wm. Prechel, labor .., 1.00
4786 Paul Borchardt, labor 20.00
4857 Fred. Bott, road machinery 34.65
4858 W. F. Runck, road machin
ery 100.25
4859 Anton Berg, repairs on Lar
rabee, Bodin and Polkow
bridges 7.00
4860 Louis Veigel, repairs on Lar
rabee, Bodin and Polkow
bridges '. 4.50
4861 W. M. Anderson, repairs on
IN THE TOWN OF LINDEN—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
4873 J. M. Johnson, overseer..... 84.00
4874 Elof Olsen, labor with team 52.80
4875 Henry Olsen, labor with team 87.80
4876 Carl Paulson, labor with
team 101.60
4877 Sam Paulson, labor with
team 139.80
4878 Arthur Jandt, labor with
team 63.60
4879 Herman Jandt, labor with
team 15.40
4880 Henry Johnson, labor 1.80
4881 Leonhardt Johnson, labor... 20.10
4882 Mike Machaelson, labor with
team 16.00
4883 Henry Anderson, labor with
team 20.00
4884 W Woohall, labor with team 10.40
4885 Glan Neal, labor with team 11.60
4886 Hans Anderson, labor with
team 13.50
4887 Edgar Chute, labor 7.00
4888 Chas. Chute, labor 3.80
4889 Hanska Hardware & Imple
ment Co., hardware 3.05
4890 Lampert Lumber Co., culvert 59.25
4905 Schmid & Lehrer Co., lum
ber used at Polkow bridge 51.97
4906 J. P. E. Bertrand, dragging
state road No. 1, east and
west of Cobden 9.00
4919 George Griebel, town treas
urer of Cottonwood, half of
liquor license received from
George Fischer, Searles... 240.00
4920 Security Bridge Co., part
payment on Metzen bridge
contract 500.00
PRAIRIEVILLE—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
4927 Hans J. Knudsen, overseer.. 63.00
4928 Rudolph Jensen, labor with
team 110.30
4929 John McMaster, labor with
team 78.20
4930 Robt. C. Tretbar, labor with
team 66.20
4931 Ed. Berkner, labor with
team 50.20
4932 C. E. Armstrong, labor with
team 55.60
4933 Wm. Dietz, labor 21.10
4934 Herman Kissner, labor 2.00
4935 C. A. Gehrmann, labor 13.00
4936 Nie. Schwartz, gravel 10.80
4937 Steinke-Seidl Lbr. Co., cul
vert 30.65
SOUTH OF NEW ULM—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
4972 Christ. Filzen, Jr., overseer. 80.10
4973 Mrs. Christ. Filzen, Sr., la
bor with team 134.40
4974 Christ. Filzen, jr., labor with
team 185.20
4975 W. H. Gieseke, labor with
team 92.80
4976 Louis Kunz, labor with team 26.80
4977 Nie. Metzen, labor with team 12.00
4978 Frank Fortwengler, labor
with team 23.20
4979 Gust. Haas, Sr., labor 54.80
4980 Gudy Levey, labor with team 17.60
4981 Carl Langenberg, labor 51.60
4982 Henry Lingenberg, labor.... 51.00
4983 Louis Adam, labor 35.20
4984 Joseph Grunett, labor 33.20
4985 Franz Groebner, labor 36.60
4986 Ignatz, Koseck, labor 33.20
4987 Gust. Merck, labor 44.00
4988 Mrs. F. Baasen, gravel 25.00
4989 2wach & Zischka, repairs on
tools 5.35
4990 Christ. Filzen, Jr., renting
road machinery 27.50
4991 A. J. Van Dusen Culvert Co.,
culverts 114.50
4992 F. Aufderheide, tiling 2.45
4993 Christ. Filzen, Jr., concrete
end walls 22.50
5007 Jos. Schmidt, part payment
on contract for 5 bridges
in town of Albin .. 1,500.00
5008 Security Bridge Co., balance
due on Metzen bridge,
south approach contract.. 1,568.00
5033 Christ. Filzen, Jr., work on
•WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
FIELD—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't
5116 W. M. Anderson, labor with
team 84.00
5117 Aug. Boelter, labor with
team 34.20
5118 Henry Knoedel, labor with
team 38.00
5119 Louis Veigel, labor 15.00
5120 Anton H. Berg, labor 94.60
5121 Geo. Meisinger, labor 14.00
km
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't
5155 Christ. Filzen, Jr., overseer. 66.00
5166 Christ. Filzen, Jr., labor
with team 183.60
5157 W. H. Gieseke, labor with
team 79.20
5158 John Mack, labor with team 12.00
5159 Arth. Hillesheim, labor with
team 42.40
5160 Gust. Haas, labor 14.00
5161 Gust. Merck, labor ,:X 40.00
5162 Hy. Lingenhag, labor .....34.00
5163 Chas. Lingenhag, labor .... jX 34.00
5164 Frank Groebner, labor 31.60
5165 Löuis Adam, labor 30.00
5166 Christ. Filzen, Jr., labor....X" 27.00
5167 W. H. Gieseke, labor with
team 14.00
5168 John Mack, labor with team 8.00
5169 Arth. Hillesheim labor with
team 10.00
5170 W. Vogelpohl, labor with
team 8.00
5171 Gust. Merck, labor 5.00
5172 Hy. Lingenhagen, labor .... 7.00
5173 Chas. Lingenhagen, labor .. 7.00
5174 Franz Groebner, labor 5.00
5175 Louis Adam, labor 5.00
5076 Herman Nagel, sewer tile... 14.75
5177 F.. Keute & Co., concrete end
walls 48.00
5178 Zwach & Zischka, repairs on
road tools 6.00
5179 Christ. Filzen, Jr., rent for
road tools 33.25
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 5.
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
5190 Christ. Filzen, Jr., overseer 44.10
5191 Christ. Filzen, Jr., labor with
team 102-00
5192 W. H. Gieseke, labor with
team 67.20
5193 Arth. Hillesheim, labor with
team 34.00
5194 J. H. Seifert, labor with team 49.60
5195 Gust. Merck, labor 17.20
5196 Hy. Lingenhag, labor 26.40
5197 Chas. Lingenhag, labor 26-40
5198 Franz Groebner, labor 28.40
5199 Louis Adam, labor 28.40
5200 A. J. Vogel, culvert 32-70
5201 J. H. Seifert, gravel 41.10
5202 Christ. Filzen, Jr., rent for
road tools 22.25
5203 Zwach & Zischka, sharpen
ing tools 4.75
5204 L. A. Zellmer, refundment. .33
5205 J. L. Schoch, refundment.. 2.75
5383 Christ. Filzen, Jr., repairing
and grading state road No.
1, west of New Ulm to the
town line of Home 180-90
No. of To. Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
5413 Aug. BOelter, labor with
team 39.20
5414 Henry Timm, labor with
team 6.00
5415 Thos. Lahey, labor with team 8.00
5416 Anton Schmid, labor 2.00
5417 Jos. Schumacher, Jr., labor. 1.00
5418 August Bigot, labor 37.50
5419 Erwin Berg, labor 11.40
5420 Louis Veigel, labor 16.00
5421 Henry Laverenz, labor 19.00
5422 Henry Knaedel, labor with
team 85.80
5423 W. M. Anderson, labor with
team ..' 128.20
5424 Alb. G. Anderson, labor with
team 10.20
5425 Anton H. Berg, overseer.... 119.00
5426 B. F. Mowery, labor with
team 11.00
5427 Fred. Brandt, labor with
team 25.00
5428 W. M. Anderson, labor with
team 27.00
5429 Anton H. Berg, overseer.... 43.50
5430 Herman Voge, gravel ....... 1.75
5431 Henry Schwarzrock, gravel. 4.90
5432 A. A. Paffrath, sharpening
road tools 11.90
5433 Aug. Niemann, sharpening
road tools ... 24.10
5434 Paul Borchardt, labor with
team 18.00
5435 Anton H. Berg, paid out for
transient labor 5.00
WEST OF HANSKA—
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
5438 Ole M. Ouren, labor with
team 126.50
5439 Ant. Torgrlmson, labor with
team 58.50
5440 Ben. Hall, labor 6.00
5441 Jacob Larson, labor 37.50
5442 Fred. A. Bjorneberg, labor.. 15.75
5443 Ellef Bjertesen, labor 16.00
5444 George Brudeli, labor with
team 38.00
5445 Theo. Thordsen, labor with
team 99.60
5446 S. Hage Lumber Co., sewer
pipe and cement 15.50
5447 Mads J. Ouren, labor 33.50
5448 Ole O. Paulson, overseer.... 76.50
Dec. 31st, 1913, balance on hand. 1,042.38
Total $14,812.38
RECEIPTS,
Total $97,327.67
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No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued.
6242 The Standard Co., flour and
groceries furnished to Jos.
5378 C. A. Fierke, groceries de
livered to Chas. Lemke...
537-9 Fred. Seifert, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
W. Anderson
Carrie Dufeck
C. Gundermann
M. Cavanaugh ....
F. E. Palmer, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
Warrant. Issued. Am t.
3794 Emil Swanbeck, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
O. Rasmussen $61.00
3906 Ad. Altermatt Merc. Co.,
flour, groceries, etc., fur
nished to Mrs. Jos. Rams
.» bacher 74.00
3907 Henry Neumann, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
M. Miller 29.00
3927 Gust. Nuessle, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
C. Semans H-00
Mrs. M. Boetscher 8.00
3998 H. F. Dirks, flour and groc
eries furnished to Mrs. M.
'•gl Mrs. Louisa Behrnds 16.00
***4212 Gust. Nuessle, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
A. Schirrer 10.00
Mrs. H. Roiger 21.00
4215 Emil Swanbeck, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
O. Rasmussen 24.00
4276 HenrV Neumann, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
4298 H. F. Dirks, flour and groc
eries furnished to Mrs.
Louise Behrnds 11.00
Mrs. M. Boetscher 24.00
M.39 Hy. Neumann, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
m)l M. Miller 28.00
A 40 Hy. F. Dirks, flour and
groceries furnished to Syl
jfflf vester Gieser 20.00
Louisa Behrnds 24.00
m949 Bauch Bros., flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
Mrs. John Mueller 88.00
5009 Gust. Nuessele, flour and
groceries furnished to Mrs.
in- Mrs. H. Roiger 14.00
L. 5013 Gust. Nuessele, flour and
i.'{'
groceries furnished to Mrs.
yiv 5411- Hy. F. Dirks, flour and
X_„ 1k groceries furnished to Mrs.
L. Behrnds 25.00
5412 Hy. F. Dirks, flour and
groceries furnished to Syl
vester Gieser 21.00
MISCELLANEOUS.
No. of To Whom
•W' .TV"arrant. Issued. Am't.
fcj858 St. Alexander Hospital, for
boarding and nursing
Christ. Roi from Oct. 4th
to Dec. 1st, 1912 $58.00
3859 Mrs. Anna Schneider, nurs
ing Mrs. Nowack for 5
months 45.00
3860 Minn. State Sanatorium*
boarding and nursing Jos.
Mrs. M. Boetscher 14.95
3864 R. H. Bingham .& Sons, 1
pail furnished to L. Bartl. .90
3865 And. Saffert, meats furnished
to Kate Goblirsch and fam
ily 9.40
3866 John H. Forster, casket and
funeral expenses for W.
Krueger, a pauper deceased 30.00
3867 Geo. P. Forster, casket and
funeral expenses for F.
Williams, a pauper de
ceased 37.00
3868 Emil F. Buenger, casket and
funeral expenses for baby
Grant, deceased 15.00
3869 Wm. Voigtschild, opening
and closing grave for in
terment of Rud. Roberts,
pauper deceased 3.00
3943 St. Alexander Hospital,
boarding and nursing
Christ. Roi from Dec. 1st,
1912 to Feb. 11th, 1913... 72.00
3995 Hans Mo, refundment 1.22
4042 Herman Polkow, expenses
and transportation fur
nished to Jub. Gehrmann,
a pauper to leave county.. 10.00
Telephone expenses 3.35
4043 Herman Nagel, 1 ton coal
furnished to Mrs. F. Em
merich 10.50
1 cord of wood to Mrs. Kate
,,• 4044 Jul. A. Larson, expenses in
the matter of L. Solgaard,
a pauper 7.70
4045 Minn. State Sanatorium,
boarding and nursing Jos.
Limberger from Dec. 1st,
1912 to Feb. 1st, 1913 62.00
Clothing and other expenses 36.75
4046 Mrs. Martin Sorbel, boarding
and nursing Guri Chris
tiansen, Dec. 10th, 1912 to
Semans 26.25
4062 A. C. Rogers, Supt., Minn.
Institution for Defectives,
at Faribault, support, etc.,
to Arth. J. Domeier, an in
mate from this county.... 30.00
4117 Conrad Alex, refundment... .05
4253 Minn. State Sanatorium,
1 boarding and nursing Jos.
m' to March 31st 69.00
yöj» Clothing, etc 9*70
jJuL. -4254 St. Alexander Hospital,
boarding and nursing
The Standard'Co., groceries
etc., furnished to Mrs. I.
Petrehn
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT No. 5.
No. of To Whom
No. of. To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
4256 Mrs. Martin Sorbel, board-'
ing and nursing Guri »X,
Goblirsch 8.00
4259 Aug. L. Matter, casket and.
funeral expenses for Christ
Limberger for April 30.00
Clothing 4.75
4476 Syville Bendixen, for board
ing and nursing Harriett
and Ed. Cutland from April
10th, 1913 to April 23rd,
1913 38.00
4477 Mrs. Martin Sorbel, for
boarding and nursing Guri
Christiansen from April
10th to May 10th, 1913 12.00
4478 Ferdinand Schaefer, 1 cord
of wood to Mrs. H. Rap
ing 6.00
4479 John H. Forster, expenses
conveying remains of Jos.
Limberger for May 8.00
Telephone messages 2.40
4712 St. Alexander Hospital,
boarding and nursing Mrs.
May 17th to June 7th 23.00
4713 Susan Siebert, nursing Wm.
Fields from May 22nd to
June 8th 50.00
4714 Mrs. M. Sorbel, for boarding
and nursing Guri Chris
tiansen from May 10th to
June 10th 12.00
4862 St. Alexander Hospital,
boarding and nursing Mrs.
Bigot from March 20th to
June 20th 75.00
4863 Mrs. M. Sorbel, boarding and
nursing Guri Christiansen
from June 10th to July 10 12.00
4864 Theresa Mueckl, boarding
and nursing Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Fields, a pauper 10.50
4866 Aug. Syring, wood and coal
to Mrs. M. Boettscher 20.55
Christ. Roiger from April
26th to July 16th 82.00
4911 Jos. Hornick, boarding and
nursing Mrs. E. Nowack
from Feb. 12th to May 12th 60.00
4922 J. W. Tale, Supt., clothing
etc., to Carl A. Brüske, an
inmate at Minn. School of
Deaf 25.25
5131 Loretto Hospital, boarding
and nursing Mrs. F. Kolbe
from July 30th to Aug. 5th 6.00
Mrs. W. Kosel from June
30th to July 14th 19.00
Mrs. And. Barnett from July
14th to Sept. 5th 56.00
5132 Mrs. Martin Sorbel. boarding
and nursing Mrs. Guri
Christiansen 2 months.... 24.00
5133 Jos. Hornick, boarding and
nursing Mrs. Nowack from
May 15th to Aug. 15th.... 60.00
5134 Herman Cordes, house rent
for Mrs. H. Kaping, 4
months at $3.50 14.00
5135 John Henle, railroad fare for
paupers 4.33
5136 Ad. Altermatt Merc. Co.,
dry goods furnished to
Mrs. A. Schirrer 7.10
5137 Wm. Mueller & Son, convey
ing Mrs. Schirrer to the
county poor home 10.00
5138 George Guth, wood and coal
furnished to Mrs. W. An
derson 13.25
Institution for Defectives
at Faribault, admission of
Rudolph Kimmet, of this
county 30.00
Total $2,453.76
POOR FARM EXPENSES.
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am t.
3799 City of New Ulm, electric
light used for November
and December, 1912 $25.30
No. of To Whom
Brunt drill, etc 87.50
4273 Fritsche & Tauer, sawing
lumber ,19.64
4274 Gulden & Hippert, plumbing
repairs 44.20
4321 City of New Ulm, electric
light used in March and
June and July 3.00
4971 Bingham Bros., 93.000 lbs.
coal 223.2«
5002 City of New Ulm.-, electric
light used in July and
Chapter 130, G. L's. 1913.
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
4663 Barbara Peuser, for May and
RECEIPTS.
-i-south
March settlement, tax collection.$1
June settlement, tax collection.. 6
November settlement, tax collec
tion 2,082.52
Aid from state towards construc
tion of state roads 2
Geo. Fischer, liquor license
Ed. Wagner, liquor license
J. P. Graff, sale of Metzen
bridge lumber
EUof Olson, refundment
DISBURSEMENTS.
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued. Am't.
Jan. 1st, 1913, account overdrawn $17.66
3793 State Auditor, 2 per cent of
liquor license money re
ceived from George Fisch
er, of Searles, towards in
ebriate hospital 10.00
3844 Bennie Kjelshus, team work
at outlet of Lake Hanska 2.00
3845 S. Hage Lumber Co., cement
used at outlet of Lake
Sleepy Eye 23.60
4367 John McMaster, labor with
team on state road No. 1,
west of Sleepy Eye 20.00
4368 Fred. Greene, labor with
team on state road No. 1,
west of Sleepy Eye 26.00
4369 W. A. Davey, labor with
team on state road No. 1,
west of Sleepy Eye 6.00
4370 Peter Nelson, labor with
team on state road No. 1,
west of Sleepy Eye 28.00
4371 Robt. Tretbar, labor with
team on state road No. 1,
west of Sleepy Eye 26.00
4372 Willis Cunningham, labor
with team on state road
No. 1, west of Sleepy Eye 22.00
4373 Geo. Windschitl, labor with
team on state road No. 1,
west of Sleepy Eye 16.00
4374 Nie. Schwartz, labor with
team on state road No. 1,
west of Sleepy Eye 13.90
4375 Hans J. Knudsen, service as
overseer on work done on
state road No. 2, south of
Sleepy Eye 84.80
No. of To Whom -,
Warrant. Issued, Am't
4376 Hans J. Knudson, grading
'iron state road No. 2, south
I of Sleepy Eye 34.40
4377 John McMaster, labor with
team on state road No, 2, V'
:south of Sleepy Eye...... 40.40
4378 Greene, labor with
igjteam on state roäd No, 2,
of Sleepy Eye 61.60
4379 Robt. Tretbar, labor with
.tfeam on state road No. 2,
south of Sleepy Eye 42.40
4380 Willis Cunningham, labor
with team on state road
No. 2, south of Sleepy Eye. 38.40
4381 Edward Berkner, labor with
team on state road No. 2,
south of Sleepy Eye 32.40
4382 Frank Neubauer, labor with
team on state road No. 2,
south of Sleepy Eye 16.20
4383 Geo. Windschitl, labor with
team on state road No. 2,
south of Sleepy Eye 10.00
4384 Steinke-Seidl Lumber Co., 1
culvert used on state road
Larrabee bridge 23.08
4493 Fritz Rolloff, town treasurer
of Milford, half of liquor
license money received
from Ed. Wagner, Essig .. 240.00
4661 State Auditor, 2 per cent of
license money received
from Ed. Wagner, of Essig 10.00
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 1,
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 1,
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 4,
NORTH OF SLEEPY EYE—
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 6,
WORK DONE RE-GRADING AND RE­
PAIRING STATE ROADS Nos. 1 AND
Larrabee, Bodin and Pol
kow bridges 12.00
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 8,
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 19,
ON TOWN LINE OF HOME AND
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 11,
Metzen bridge and cutting
weeds on state road No. 1 119.50
5103 N. W. Tessrow, repairs on
Cummings bridge 81.75
5104 Lampert Lumber Co., planks
to Larrabee bridge 127.70
5105 W. A. Davey, hauling lum
ber to Larrabee bridge.... 3.00
5106 Town of Lake Hanska, grav
el used on state road No.
2, west of Hanska 34.00
5107 Frank Fortwengler, repairs
on state road No. 11, south
of New Ulm 6.00
5108 H. J. Knudsen, repairs on
state road No. 1 21.00
5109 Nie. Schwartz, gravel used
on state road No. 1 .80
5110 Rudolph Jensen, repairs on
state road No. 1 29.25
5111 Albert R. Keim, sharpening
road tools used on state
road No. 1 3.35
5112 Ed. F. Berkner, gravel used
on state road No. 1 1.00
5113 John McMaster, repairs on
state road No. 1 29.25
5114 Hans Martensen, cutting
weeds on state road No. 1 4.00
5115 Henry Romberg, gravel used
on state road No. 1 1.30
NISHED IN REPAIRING STATE
ROADS Nos. 1, 3 AND 7, AT SPRING­
DEFECTIVE PAG
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR-
NiSHED ON STATE ROAD No. 9—
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 7.
WORK DONE AND MATERIAL FUR­
NISHED ON STATE ROAD No. 2,
COUNTY DITCH FUND.
Jan. 1st, 1913, balance on hand. .$66,470.45
March settlement, tax collection. 841.74
June settlement, tax collection.. 3,281.22
November settlement, tax collec
tion 982,96
Interest from banks on time de
posits 1,401.00
G. E. Lambrecht, payment of
cost, county ditch No. 19 118.82
Christ. Seifert, payment of cost,
county ditch No. 19 118.82
L. Altenberg, payment of cost,
county ditch No. 19 118.82
R. C. Lambrecht, payment of cost,
county ditch No. 19 118.82
January collection of principal
and interest 681.81
February collection of principal
land interest 249.05
March collection of principal and
Interest 1,524.10
April collection of principal and
interest 1,902.77
May collection of principal and
interest 3,169.49
June collection of principal and
interest 744.22
July collection of principal and
'interest 164.66
August collection of principal and
interest 440.28
September collection of principal
and interest 673.32
October collection of principal
and interest 1,702.06
November collection of principal
and interest 11,429.98
December collection of principal
and interest 1,193.29
DISBURSEMENTS.
No. of To Whom
Warrant. Issued.
3792 Louis G. Vogel, clerical work
on ditches
3835 Geo. A. Tauer, per diem and
mileage, judicial ditch No.
5
County ditch No. 19
3836 John Henle, per diem and
mileage, county ditch No.
19
Judicial ditch No. 6.........
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