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ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT
Of The •
COUNTY AUDITOR OF FREMONT COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO
For the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1903 and ending January 1, 190-1.
Assessed Valuation of all Property for the Fiscal Year 1903 :
Original Assessment Roll Total \ aluation, 1903 $3,302, 41* 10
Subsequent Assessment Roll- Total Yaluaton, 1903
GRAND TOTAL
Revenues From Property Taxes tor the Fiscal Year, 1903:
Total Taxes due from Original Assessment Roll, 1903 $1:
00,4(>0 00
$3,422,87* 10
7,375 39
1,0(12 72
3,840 00
132,8*4 11
Polls, 1923 at $2 00
Grand Total of Gross Rev. from Property Taxes, 190
Deductions to be Made from Gross Property Tax Revenues:
Double Assessments, 4'234 20
One hundred and two Polls at $2 00 204 00
Uncollected Taxes <Delinquent Roll 1903) 18*,22 53
(100 Polls at $ 2 00 1,200 00
Collected 105,981 38
1221 Polls 2,442 00 108,423 38
Grand Tot. of Deduct s to be made from Prop. Tax Rev. 132,8*1 11
Classification of Levies, Gross and Net
Revenues, Expenditures and Balances :
Levies Classified: Gross prop, tax revenues, classified.
General,
43
State, (General),
14.458 38
Wagon Road,
03
" Wagon Road,
1,327 93
Deficiency
015
" Deficiency
, 504 36
Indus. Sell. Bond
005
Indus. Sch. B
ond 168 12
, Current Expense,
60
Co Current Exp.
24,020 51
School
100
" School,
38,624 18
Road,
10
" Road,
3,362 42
Bridge
20
■' Bridge
6,724 88
Red 'u
25
•• Redemption
7,406 14
Sinking
12
Sinking
4,034 90
'■ Spec. Sell îxY'illa
ge 32.252 29
TOTAL
2 75
Total gross pro tax rev
$132,884 11
Net rev. from prop, taxes classified:
State (general) 911 04 14,385 23
" Wagon road 94 90 1,184 03
" Deficiency 438 05
" Indus. Sch. B. 140 21
County, Current exp. 101 52 22.026 97
" Schools & Vil. 18,290 04 38,331 68
" Road 768 17 2.491 28
" Bridge 257 36 568 54
" Sinking 2,119 00 3,948 37
" Redemption 7,983 94 _ 1,153 97
Ind. Sell. & Vil. 7,001 25
Total Net rev. from prop, taxes $100,822 13
Net Rev. from all Other Sources Classified:
State (general) 013 00
County Current Expense, 4,965 90
Ind. Schools X: Village 27,491 79
" Read, 1,494 05!
Total Net Revenues from other Sources, 34,504 SO
E X P EN I) I T U R E S C L A S S I F 11 • I)
State( general ) 15,34.5 83
Wagon Road, 1,204 83
" Deficiency 438 05
'• Iuds. Sell. Bond 140 21
County Cur. Exp. 25,705 00
" Schools 55,580 10
" Road 3,291 42
" Bridge 5,740 47
" Sinking 3,70* 14
Redemption 9,850 00
Cash on hand in each Fund :
State (general)
' ' Wagon Road
Countv Cur. Exp.
" Sçhs. & Vil.
' ' Road
" Bridge
" Sinking
Redemption
Total Expenditures, $121,143 07 Total Cash on hand
[Estimated \ alue of Property Belonging to the County
Court House
Court House Site
Bridges
Jails & Cell.-,
Records
Road Implements
lotal Y alue of Property Belonging to the County,
WARRANTS DRAWN
503 44
14 14
1
322 38
3.265 72
1,402 08 I
190 03
2,298 99 1
9,711 91
$44,835 29
$ 2,300 00
500 00
90,200 00
2,100 00
5,900 00
700 00
107,700 00
Current Ex
;p, April
6,840 13
' 4
July
6,622 16
' 4
Oct.
(>,417 61
Jany.
8,452 74
Road
April
185 25
44
July
835 36
44
Oct.
808 75
Jan'y.
1,266 24
Bridge
April
208 89
July
307 43
4 4
Oct.
1,427 84
Current Kn
Jan'y.
tp. all hut
4,216 25
Tote
Warrant:
Total Wan ants Drawn,
Warrants Drawn but not Paid:
$2 s ,332 04
3,095 00
0,160 41
37.588 05
$ 3,075 09
Current Exp.
3.075 69 ;
Outstanding Warrant Indebtedness:
Current Expense, ps93
!
7,012 18
School,
Road. J silti
5,653 6.^
1903
lotal Outstanding Warrant Indebtedness:
3,075 69
23,136 92
Amount Due \ arious I-uuds From Delinquent Roll of !
bit'll 4» 1 .ll.l 1.1 1 1 XT.
19113:
Stale,
General,
$2,04:1
1 Î : Wagon
Road
, $ 205 34
"
I. S. B,
34
22; Deficit 4 ]
icy
102 68
Count
y. Current Exp,
, 4.10(1
| 70 School.
3,844 55
Bridge
869
00; Road
684 45
4 4
Redemption
1.333
19; Sink.
821 34
Spec. Sell.
3,64 s
98; Village
1.128 97
Total
Amount Due V
arious
Funds I'ron
1 Del
Roll. 1903
$2,218 IS,
130 90
7,951 25
1,553 45
2,154 53
4.777 95
Amount and Character of County Indebtedness:
Floating Debt. j.,.
Bonded Debt First Series. 11 000 00
Second Scries 72/900 0(1
lotal Indebtedness of the County, $107,63b 62
Complete Detailed Statement ot Expenditures Chargeable
t-i the Current Expense Fund, Itemized
District Court:
Hall Rent for Court
Juror Certificates
Miscellaneous
Justice Courts :
Justices of the Peace
Constables
Juror Certificates
County Commissioners :
First District
Second District
Third District
Auditor and Recorder:
Salary
Clerical Assistance
Records office supplies, etc.,
« 135 00
1.134 05
140 75
il 9 67
2,000 00
si)., 50
920 65
Dcutt
Sheriff :
I
j
Salary
1,500 00
Deputies
1,271 15
Board Prisoners
407 20
Miscellaneous
213 9(1
'rea.-urer :
Salary
800 00
Office Rent
120 00
Supplies
55 75
.ssessor and Tax Collector:
Salary
2400 00
Team Hire
404 50
Records -office supplies, etc .
687 75
Miscellaneous
184 45
Liverv
575 ! 1
3,997 09
70 70
Probate Court :
Salarv
1,900 00
41 20
Juror Certificates
vlffiee Supplies
Comity Attorney :
Salary
■Office Rent
Transportation
Miscellaneous
Superintendent of Schools:
Salary
' Transportation
Miscellaneous Ex. Records
Coronet :
Salary
Expense
Surveyor.
Salary
Expense
Court House and Jail:
Janitor
Telephone, Electric Light, etc.
Fuel
Miscellaneous Supplies
Miscellaneous :
Indigent 999 15
County Physician 1,218 00
Quarantine, etc., 2,203 27
Publishing proceedings 300 00
Grand Total Chargeable to'Ctirrent Expense Fund,
Recapitulation of Current"Expenses.
Total expenditures from Current Expense Fund for year, $28,332 04
By District Court Expenses, $1,409 80
" Justice Court Expenses, 519 07
" County Commissioners' Expenses, 1,61820
" Auditor and Recorder's Expenses, 1.409 80
" Sheriff's Expenses, 3,997 09
" Treasurer's Expenses, 975 75
" Assessor and Collector's Expenses, 3,070 70
" Probate Court Expenses, 1,263 50
County Attorney's Expenses, 1,763 05
" Superintendent of Schools'Exp, 1,696 34
" Surveyor's Expenses, 217 25
" Court House and Jail Expenses, 1,335 07
, " Miscellaneous Expenses, 4,780 42
Road and Bridges, 9,250 01
Coroners' Expenses. 151 45
1.199 50
150 25
112 10
295 20
100 00
51 45
200 0( 1
17 25
000 00
297 25
219 22
153 20
,203 50
703. 05
1,090 34
151 4
>17 25
1,33,5 O)
4,780 42
28,332 04
Total,
37,5*2 05
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Cash Qlwen Away fa Users @1
LION COFFEE
U e arc going to be more liberal than ever in 1904 to users of Lion Coffee. Not only will the
E °° d ' " *" «" *-*"• premiums we
In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums
TWO GREAT CONTESTS
ja
Ll
tj
: j
R
$, 0 , 000.00 „U me «nd. ÄSÄ
to the one who is nearest correct on both
contests, and thus your estimates have two
opportunities of winning a big cash prize.
*40,000.00 on the two, and, to make it still . more iutere
H rand Fir st Prize of $5 JOOmOO
Five Lion-Meads bWB
cut from Lion
Coffee Packages and a
a cent stamp entitle you
(in addition to the reg
ular free premiums)
to one vote in
either contest: IM
WORLD'S FAIR CONTEST
T'!'' a V. w ,' U , *>*. Jhe totil July 4th sttendance at the St. Louli
W Grid a r air? At Chicago. July 4.1893. the attendance was 283 273
For nearest correct estimates received in Woolson Spice Com
pany s oflice. Toledo. Ohio, on or before June 30th. 1904 we will
î'.vc first prise for the nearest correct estimate, second prize to the
next nearest, etc., etc., as follows:
! s?conS r iîÎM ;:: v.v.v.v.v.........*? S 88'88
I "*** ' i : §§ 8 : 88
10 Prizes— 100.00 •• 1088 08
20 Prizes— 60.00 " I'OOOOO
250 Kîïïïz " 1 : 888:88
l?g§ iiîïiîZ 1 2 RS m ..................2,500.00
- -. 1 L* 3 * 5.00 ............ .....e. 000.00
2139 FRIZES,
TOTAL, *20,000.00
Printed blanks to
vote on found in
every Lion Coffee Pack
age. The 2 cent stamp
covers the expense of
our acknowledgment to
_ you that your es=
timate is recorded.
PRESIDENTIAL VOTE CONTEST
for aU^candidates onma? 1 "! 1 ?/ V ° te ea,t ,or President (votes
*2,500.00
1 , 000.00
1.000.00
1 OOO OO
■ 1.000,00
. 1.000.00
1 . 000.00
2.500.00
9.000.00
TOTAL, »20.000.03
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_ First Prize .
1 Second Prise
2 msec-*500.00 each'
6 Prises— 200.00 44
IO Prises— 100.00 "
20 Prises— 60.00 "
80 Prizes— 20.00 ••
250 Prizes— 10.00 41
1800 Prizes— 6.00 44
2139 PRIZES.
»! 4279—PRIZES—4279
IOMPLET2 DETAILED PARTICULARS IN EVERY PACKAGE Qi
LION
WOOLSON SPICE CO., (CONTEST
TOLEDO, OHIO. f
nHii*__.
$ 121.1 13
41,835 -p,
General Recapitulation
By total receipts from all sources of revenue
To total expenditures lor all purposes
By Balance,
Deduct rev. other than prop, taxes of 1903, 05,150
Balance ln ° 4 ^- >
Bonds.
First Series Julv 1st, 1900, $11,000 00-4 per 1
Second Series July 1st, 1901. 72.900 00-4 per ,
State of Idaho, Fremont County ss.
Victor Hegsled, being first duly sworn deposes and
the County Auditor of said Fremont County, and that tin
a full, true and complete statement of the financial con.'.i
Countv for the fiscal year beginning 011 the second Mond i\
A. 1). 1903, and ending on the second Monday in January,
Subscribed in my presence by the said Victor Ilegsied'
sworn to before me this 11th day of April, A. D. 1904.
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Tht
D/AD SEA SALTNESY
Caused by Atmospheric Transpo-tvij
of Saline Product.
It Ik: ; "cnerally been suppo :
the : -•» of the waters of t
I si 1 i ; (.1: to the soil atul roi I' i
: now t''.,-:;-ht, however, tha' tli
plamui-tr. is inadequate, an ! that
iv.os; Important cause is tl:- u:
photic !rw' = >'ortation of salt from
; Me.Ml rrr.»-:\ Ae-vr/ins tc
• writer ir Hnr-er's :
: slttcn ! •• that the wird: tihrvi r
tile Mediterr.tnean weit!! hr: ' r
chaired with »nit. In proof e? t!:i
is stated that tlm proportion ■ «-hlos;
Ine to bromine is tbo sa nr in t; ■■ Det
j sea that it is in the Mediterranean.
Deadliest Poison knov.i
Cyanide of potst-winm .
1 cyanic or prussic acid are c >;i
! by most people to be about t!.
j poisonous of known KUbstar.c
1 is an error. They are the :.u
idly acting of all poisi its. bit; . : th
! most potent. One drop of pure
1 sic acid piueed in the eye of a
I dog will kill it within two
! and such a dose will kill a man. Bit
■ there is an alkaloid in aconite mot
j called pseudaconitine, one thn linn
1 dredth part of a grain of which vti 5
kill a moderate-sized animd.
! This is the dea'dliest poison kn«»'L
I being 300 times as toxic as prus
I field.
Sale of Victims* Clotlt!:-.r
A prison sale is held a.....
Paris. The articles offer
are the clothes of murder
the instrument:', with v, ;
j rrinie- have been commit!,
I ef: < :s \vhich have belong'
j deceased prisoners. Article
, have been taken to the pre!
j Police and have net been ciai:
i also sold. The proceeds g
Paris almshouse. Unclaimed
I is usually bought by ordinary
: but the articles which have I
to criminals, especially those
notorious, are bought at high
Proof of Severe Weather.
' In opening a Keene, N. !! .
! January to çet at a frozen wat,
1 something like two feet of
I eartii was first removed
j this over a foot of dry sand ■'
1 eled out as easily a It won'
' summer time. Beneath this
different noil was found, r.tul :
1 cr stratum was ficzen to a <'>
jlov i five feet from tl'.e sur'
layer of dry sand a foot or ui
thickrnts enderncatii a hear;
crust is usually c sunicient i.rotc
worn fro-t.
of y in onakn venons
:■ an i exciting an
- .11 survive—mode
ciihood a new Austi
can be confidently rec
R is the collection it
' ■- a sub stance that, like :
i- Inert by tlv.i grain. A poun
■ ! ta be worth $ 25 . OU*. I
ce vu demand by chemists. It
tct '.' I from three species—the
ander, the brown adder and the
snake. The ropi.ies must be c
uninjured. Tiger snakes are th
for they carry the most venom

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