The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on June 15, 1933 · Page 7
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Malvern, Iowa
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Thursday, June 15, 1933
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JvULVfeKK LEASER, MALVfeRK, tflWA, Hlftt EMERSON This eoin«fntty *» shocked death of Svanfftttfift daughter ot Mr. *** o Knot*, oi ttte tttstefty, *»« one of out n*o*t t»*ii** ****« teem* th*t ifce n*« taken sdles. ier owialife to a fit ert . iency over an ftntaTdfaBle n«attn •sport made. Sfce bad.-gtriM ; _to Lincoln Jttst * tfay at two f»rftt« jus. It was a sad eas* Indeed ana he stricken p*H«t» Bate tne ieepest sympathy »t all fn tfartf lorrow. She was a member of the Meth- Idlst church in Mmtftoln* a teach* |r In the Sunday school, And a einber ot the Epworth League. She taught In the Milts county booh and was a very snececs- teacher. She was a kind and helpful aughter in the home with a jjeerful smile fof erettone with |bom she came In contact, and untimely death brings gen* at sorrow. Funeral service* were held In le Methodist church in Intel-son onday afternoon at 3 o'clock, nducted by the pastor. Rev, L. _ Rlpley. **• Music was furnished by Pwlght aw, Ivan Salmons, Mr*. Corliss -ilson. and Jessie Kellenbarger. [Burial was in the Red Oak netery. The pall bearer* were »—Iph Good, Kelley Btelner, Mer*-*»l Warren, Iran Salmon*, Ray |aw, and Lester Peterson. Svangellne Mary Knosp, only lighter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Losp, was born in Emerson, |y 27, 1911 and died in Lin- In, Nebr,, June 10, 1983, aged pnty-two years and fourteen rs. phe spent her entire life in Em* on and vicinity wltb tbe excep- ot six yean spent at pak- iie was a graduate of the Em- pn high school and attended | Junior college in Red Oak and finished her junior year In iraska State University,where I was an honor student. Itiftg id ffittt Frf&y, June io, at the home ot Mrs. Frank Oglevle. Poppy sales report was not (jnfte .eotnpfete but the proceeds will 125, irs. Grace Crawford and ghter, Mary, left Thursday king for Miles called by Jhe of tbe former's-sister-ln. Earl Crawford took bis •" v " and sister^" to' 1 * Counell to take tbe train from |lr. and Mrs! M. L. Evans retted Wednesday from Okobojl fere they spent a week putting ir cottages in order for tbe amer. IW SHE LOST 18 IUNDSJF FAT For Le»» Than $1,00 Will say in regards to Km. n; I took it to reduce, I lost I pounds after using one pottle feel fine, Just bought one bottle to-day and expect to 18 more pounds, I now weigh and feel flne." Mrs, Harry nson, Akw», Ohio, (Jan. 0, nee a day take Kruschen gaits lone half teaspoonful in a glass I hot water first thine every Irning, Besides losing ugly fat ' gain i» feealth atnorrat to approximately ptestdeat repotted a gift id the nftlt ot a bo± of books from Mrs. Emma McMuHln. it was toted to extend a rote ot thanks to Mrs. MeMnltin tot the books. Several articles ot correspondence were read and points of unit importance discussed and acted upon. At tne close ot the business session refreshments were Served by Mrs. Guy Jordan and Mrs. Frank Oglevie. Mrs. Dallas McGrew was unable to M present on this committee because of Mr. McGrew's injuries received that day from a fall from a load ot hay, Death Claims Mf». L R. Efftflce June 10 Eldora Smith France, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, was born in Davenport, March 12, 1871, and died in St. Bernard's hospital In Council Bluffs, June 10, 1938, aged sixty-two years, two months, and twenty-nine days. She came to Emerson with her parents at the age of eight years where she grew to woman- I hood. She was married Dec. 12, 1906 to L. R. France and they continued to make their home here. She united with the Methodist church in Emerson in 1894 and was ever a consistent faithful worker for her Christ and the cnurch. She was also an earnest member of the Order of the Eastern Star and will be greatly missed by both organizations. Her home and friends were her greatest enjoyment until 111 health debarred her from all. Five years ago last March, owing to falling health she was taken to Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs where everything possible was done for her recovery. Later she was moved to the hospital where she passed away. Her husband was a faithful weekly visitor during all this trying time, doing everything possible to cheer her and alleviate her suffering. She Is survived and mourned by the husband, six brothers and five sisters and her parents, * Funeral ssryjees were held Monday afternoon at S o'clock in the Methodist church in Emerson conducted by the pastor, Rev. L. E. Rlpley. Music was furnished by Mrs. J. A. Thorson, Mrs. Meirltt Taylor, R. L. Fields, and A. F. Smith. Burial was in the Emerson cemetery. The pall bearers were D, 8, Kinney, John Carson, G. R. Rice, George Thorson, Ed Stidd, and Mr, Redmon, fc»~fc-«.«-^.^ E-vening fn* OYte e* tfte Eastern Stat Bet Monday evenfng for their regular meeting, two candidates took tne degrees ot the order, Mr*. Jennie Haroff and Mrs. Mar- fcaret Fellows ot Hastings. A number of -*i«ttors were pres- «nt: Mrs. S. J. Rhode ot Fort Lnpton, Colo., Rut»y Tobias, Clara Holoday, Laura Shaver, Nelle Mc- LanghHn, Esther A. Woodard, A. D. Tobias ot Red Oak, Jennie E. Fogarty of Councfl Bluffs. Refreshments consisting of Strawberries, ..o cream, angelfood cake, and coffee were served. Those on the committee were: Mrs. Fred Priest, Miss ttoris Priest, Mrs. Lena Lakln, Mrs. Louise Whlsler, J. L. Evans, and K. A. Evans. Death Claims Mfa. Denver Mart Helen Davis, wife of Denver Mart, died Monday afternoon in the Emmanuel hospital in Omaha after an illness of a little over a weeks duration. All that medical science could do was done but to no avail. She is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Davis and Is survived by her young husband, her little daughter, Evelyn, five brothers, and three sisters, and her aged grandmother, Mrs. R. L. Davis, at Glenwood. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the Bap^ ftlst church. Further particulars next week, Student* Home for Summer Vacation Students home for summer vacations the past week are Horace Chehey, Marlon Evans, Merrill Warren, and Gordon Peterson from Iowa State college at Ames, Winnlfred Hatfield, Prake Unl* Hfrt. WfH Sf&wft ef HoTtoti .Ran. came Monday evening to tlsft net mother, Mrs. £f- vh-a Sm«h. Mrs. A. E. Stotes went to Omaha ftfesday to tistt Ms toother. Mrs. Leona Pickerel had dental work done in R«4 Oak Tuesday. ASBURY Mr. and Mrs. Dale Langhtin and family ot Strafcan spent Sunday at the Ed Laftghlln home. Mrs. S. i. Rhode and daughter, Yvonne, ot J*t. Lapton, Colo., Mrs. C. A. Lang and daughter, Pearle, atd Mrs. Barbara Ballain were dinner goeste in the Ora Douglas home Thnfeday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Ricks of Red Oak spent Sunday at the Venard Larson home. Mrs. MaHha Nlffl* and daughter, Stella, Were Malvern visitors Thursday. Mrs. Venard Larson and son, Fredrick, Mrs. Ota fiouglas and daughters, Edna, Pearle, and Doris, were Sheiiftndoah visitors Monday afternoon. Wayne Splcer spent the past two Weeks with relatives in Red Oak. Miss Gertrude Baker returned Thursday after a weeks visit with Mr, and Mrs. Sam Sldebottom near Oakland, Mr. and Mrs, Ora Douglas and daughter, Doris, spent Sunday afternoon in the o. f. Lister home near Climax. Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Douglas were Omaha visitors Monday. Mrs. Chas, Shaw, Mrs. Frank Shook, Mrs. Harvie Douglas, and Misses Stella Nlms and Clara Marie Douglas spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. John Russel. Mr. and Mrs. Opal Bayes attended the alumni picnic of the Strahan high school Sunday. Charles Lathrop of Red Oak WHgtrt Sftaw and James Pbog- i Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bayes «* n*v» oeen sfc* ttee pttt week M>. ant Sfrt. Roy Bayes were wftn tne ntetsTts, catred to CtaffiWra Saturday by Mr. and Mrg. Hatvfe Powgtes tftf ««riott« fitness of Mrs. Earl spent Sunday-at the Paul Foster \ Baye*. Mr*. Bates passed away home Irortn et Red Oak to «t-1 intm- after an fllnesst ot months tend a Splcer family reunion. WESLEY CHAPEL Ret. Thomas and eight gfrls dene*. I of Intense Hr. and Mrs. Wflkinson, the new agent for tne Wabash here, fiafe moved their household effects from Council Bints and are t'tvin* in the Oliver Ogden real- from Wesley and Henderson left Mr. and Mrs. Walter AnRns re- tor Indianola Monday morning eelved a message Monday telling where they will attend the E»- i tnem of tne death of their cousin worth League Institute held there this week. Mrs. Thomas and sons will vifrft her parents at Derby dnring the week. Aiva Beers At fork, Nebr. The funeral win be held at York on Wednesday and Interment will be (at Creston, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Perry Wilson and dangh- Angus and Oscar Bellknap left Mrs. Charles Greenwood and daughter, Beverly, left last week for her home at Osceola, Nebr, after visiting in the homes of their parents, Mr, and Mrs, R. E Punn, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs, C. P. Greenwood. . I attena f Mrs. 0. E. Fogarty of Council I verslty. Bluffs came Sunday to visit a few j Mrs. sister, Mrs. K. were enroute will stop for a they return here. children were Saturday. at Beaver .OtbSLJRMmt"., E. Rlpley. • Miss Mary primary teacher,, B. Gibson. Roy McLain and son. Billy, of Davenport came Sunday to visit a few days with bis mother, Mrs, Carrie McLain, and other relatives. Mrs, 0, A. Barns of Long Peach, Calif, came Saturday to visit her motber, Mrs. Mary Ora.w» and other relatives and ter, Mrs. Ray Pierson, celebrated their birthdays together Monday with dinner at the Wilson home. Mrs. Lawrence Salyers and sons ot Maltern have been spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fickel. Mrs. Clinton Parker, Jeannette Luther, and Lois Wilson of the 4-tt Clever Cooks club of Wesley Chapel and eight other girls of the county and County Agent Bruce Kllpatrlck left Tuesday morning for Ames to attend the State 4-H club convention. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brlan and children of Council Bluffs visited in the Paul Parker home Sunday. Geraldtne returned home with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. June Fickel visited Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Plumb In Red Oak Saturday. Mrs. Gerald Wilson and baby for York Tuesday to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. *tot>t. snaul were visitors Sunday evening In the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Walter Angus. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klmsey of Shenandoah were Sunday visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Achenbach. Mrs. Olive Kayton and Mrs. Wallace Salyers and son. Robert, visited Saturday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton and helped Howard celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Salyers and grandson, Robert, and Wilbur Kayton ot Malvern, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kayton visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wolfe. Mrs. Chas. Olpe and Mrs. C. i!. Atnlck of Henderson returned home Thursday from their trip ! Rev. and Mrs. 3. A. B. Cttfr- nfngham and children and Lillian Bradley left Ia« Monday for ft tn- estton. Mrs. Cunningham and the smaller children will visit relatives. Thora and Lillian will attend Epworth League Institute ttt Indianola, and Rev. Cunningham will go on to Des Molnes wher§ he wfll enter the Methodist hospital there for treatment for par-* tlal paralysis of one of his hands. They will be gone a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar BeWknap and children, Mr. and Mrs. Claire Jones were dinner guests last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merell Thomas. Mrs. May Wederqvlst and Florence, Doris, and Miss Jessie Gee were visitors Friday In the home ot Mrs. Frank Johnson. Sheriff's Sale son who have been Jn Malvern | to Plalnvlew, Texas, returned to the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilson last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Parker and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Winslow and Jean visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Wlnslow, in Tabor Sunday. Velma Wlnslow who has been visiting her sister, UOIUf AS! CbSkO V **• Molnes, Floyd Gib- of Iowa at Iowa >eterton and Win* were graduates. .'Fern Sharp and cader came Thurs- the home ot bis . A. Evans. They to Colorado and longer visit when re. s had the misfor- ome bonea broken hen his hay rack y upset with him. i. M. P. Lang and Omaha visitors Simmons and cbll- -day for her home ity, Nebr. after days in the borne ? Arneel left last uncil Bluffs where a month teaching j in the Christian e her time free in summer and felt their love and ap- er efforts. Miss Ar- pular and efficient r, , left Friday morn- 3ity where he will ion course in dra- publle speaking at of Iowa, He ac- teachers, Clyde E. Ingsley, and Frank ebolt. They will all • school at the unl> Stanhke and little ssa, Aria, came Sat. her parents, Rev, . Stllle. Wayne Spicer. mm. ujniii i Bluer, returned nuuie with them. S T R A H A N Mr, and Mrs. Walter Knop visited Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Knop. The Epworth League at their food sale which they held in Malvern last Saturday, realized a profit ot nearly $6 to add to their treasury, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Forbes were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blngham. Mr, and Mrs. Lee Findley and children of Bartlesville, Kan. and Mrs. Will Eulett of Commerce, Okla. were honor guests at a fam- Pollltt last* Tuesday evening. Those attending were: Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Pollltt, Mrs. Gertrude vTurcott Ot Glenwood, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Stiles, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Posley and daughter of Plattsmouth, Nebr., Mr, and Mrs. Pollitt and-chlldren of Silver City. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Pollltt and children, Mrs. Lee Williams of Strahan. W. W, Molsberry and family left Sunday evening for Lime Springs for a couple of weeks visit in the old home, A group of friends and relatives gathered at the Pan Bryan home last Sunday and enjoyed a basket dinner given in honor of Mrs. Bryan's parents, Mr, and Mrs, J, C. Polston, who recently returned from Wyoming, Tbe regular meeting of the La- Mr. and Mrs. Pale Laughlln were dinner guests last Sunday in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Laughlln. . Mr. and Mrs. Morris Woodflll had as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Austin ot Lincoln. Semi -Annual Re] -*•——- — - For the~Period fix si FUNPS Soldier*' Relief RnnH - - --------- Mrs. Will Bradley and daughter, Letty, Bernard Thrift, Mrs. Ed Nagel, Mrs. Jesse Wilson, Mr*. Herbert Johnson and Sheila, Mrs. Frank Johnson, Miss Aleta Bayes and brother, Robert, were Shenandoah visitors Saturday, Lulu Bradley accompanied her sister, Letty, to Ames on Tuesday where she goes as a delegate to the 4-H convention. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Woodflll and Charlotte Pye autoed to Lincoln Friday to attend commencement as their daughter, Viola, was one ot the graduates. They returned home Saturday with the exception of Marvin who will attend summer school at the university. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tlmson entertained guests at dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Asa Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Johnson, and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Pike and family. BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION directed to me from the office of the Clerk of the Plstrlct Court of Mills County, Iowa on a judgment obtained in said court, on the 27th day of May, 1933, In favor of Bankers Life Company ft.<! Plaintiff and against Marshall J. Hums ton et al as Pe- fendant, for the sum of $14,451.68 and costs, taxed at $205.94 and accruing costs, t have levied upon the following described Real estate situated In Mills county, Iowa, taken as the property ot said Defendant to satisfy said execution to-wlt: The South-Half (SH) of the South-West Quarter (8W^4) And the North-East Quarter of the South-West Quarter (8W^4) And the ' South-East Quarter (SR%) ot the North-West Quarter (NW>4) of Section Twenty (20) Township Seventy-Three (73) North of Range Forty- One (41) West of 6th P. M., Mills County, Iowa, Containing 160 acres more or less and will offer the same for sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand at The Court House In Glenwood, Iowa, on the 1st day of July A, P., 1933, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. of said day, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, when and whe» due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Pated at Glenwood, Iowa, this 1st day of June A, P. 1933. W. 8. PeMoss, 47-2. Sheriff of Mills County. Mills County, Iowa m January~lstr 1933rto May 31st, STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT BY FUNDS Balance Total to be Balance Jan. 1, 1933 Receipts Accounted for Disbursements. May 31, 1033 1,301.49 308.32 6,044.68 4,180.84 1,780.73 4,749.93 683.50 6,558.13 28,253.24 1,171.83 2.60 132.48 144.33 958.90 10,786.98 1,744.41 H. C. Hicks and Frank Oglevie )ef| Thursday for Cedar Rapids to attend Masonic Grand Lodge held there. Mrs, H. 0, Hicks ac- compan}ed them as far as Winter* pet, where she visited in the home el her brother. Des Motnes; Iowa 11 FORT DES MOINES LESS Mrs. S. J, Rhode and daughter, Yvonne, leave Tuesday for Wakefield, Nebr, before going to their home at Fort Lupton, Colo; after spending a week here with her aunt, Mrs. C. A. Lang. Miss Pearl Laqg and Mrs. P, 0. Coppage will accompany her to Omaha, Roiiln and Edith Bass left Monday for Indlanola to attend the District Epworth League Institute. Children's pay was observed at the Methodist church Sunday . A splendid program was Hlxson. and Mrs. given. Mrs, dies' Union was at Minnie Whisler went to Council Bluffs Saturday to bring the for* mer'a sister, Mrs. Ira Patterson, down to attend, the MoMuiitn pip* sic held Sunday la tbe park, Miss gusle QraysflB, R. WtPblta Fails, Te*«s and a from. Te*»8 cft»e Sunday to her vacation with her parents, Mr. a&d Mrs. T. H, Qrayaon, gusle i» ewrglcal superintendent in the Falls cUnio church last Wednesday with Mrs. Harry McColJister and Mrs, Fred Newell as hostesses. There was a nice attendance. The business meeting wasjield first and a prg» gram of songs and music was given, The rest of the afternoon was spent working jig*saw put*les, Small tables sea^ng four were used for tbe pushes and much merriment these a|terded. At the usual hour the hostesses served refreshments of Ice cream, two kinds of cake, and lemonade, The nejt regular meeting will be held at the eburcb Juae 81 with Mrs. Petttgrew and Mrs, Nigel as serving committee- Mr. a»d Mrs.. Emmett Qipe and 49.37 226J89 145,57 734.00 807.32 3,291,35 37.00 56,412.60 13,240,43 Total -,» w ,,«- www <. -,,„,- $180,466.91 Fair „.„,.,„„,.„,.„„„„— Primary Road Fund „„,-„-— Emergency .„,„»„,»..-,...—»» Bovine Tuberculosis ,,,,»,,-^-,.» Fines ,.,.- T ,.,,,.»,-r—- r -—»» Secondary Road Construction — Secondary Road 1 Maintenance -r- $ 21,216,98 3,047.90 15,564.34 2,881.67 6,248.55 2,926,67 1,821.94 SO 5.3 8 21,951.75 12,316.34 32.30 842.95 24.50 978.00 5,705.12 1,994.05 15,491,68 67,860.49 96.15 1,330,44 910.98 34,350,00 1,821.94 910,98 110,00 14,076.10 32,188.37 $ 22,618.47 3,356.22 21,009.02 7,002.51 8,029.28 7,676.00 2,405.44 0,923.51 50,204.99 11,144.51 34.90 975.43 168.83 1,936,90 16,491.10 3,738.46 20,793.32 101,041.67 145.52 1,330.44 226.89 1,056.56 35,084.00 2,129.26 4,202.33 147,00 70,487.70 45,428.80 7,490.27 974.02 16,122.63 2,965.91 6,145,02 5,068.92 919.94 25,343.99 6,130.00 446.64 58.02 504.15 3,343.57 1,396.65 14,379.97 61,097.66 89.69 1,330.44 25.85 32,617.50 24.80 15,50 8,924.78 21,917.27 $ 16,022.20 2,381.00 6,486.39 4,096.60 1,884.20 2,607.63 2,405,44 6,003.67 24,801.00 6,014.61 34.90 528.79 110.81 1,432.75 13,147.63 2,341.81 6,413,35 39,944.01 55.83 201.04 1,056.55 2,566,50 2,129.26 4,177,63 131,50 61,562.92 23,511.53 Less Overdraft 'Overdraft 1,171.83 $179,285.08 ?267,064^7 1446,349.66 $ 217,239.79 $229,109.80 Original Notice STATE OF IOWA, MILLS COUNTY, ss. PANIEL I. PERKINS, Plaintiff children, and Anna Bass MTT&Msi,wfeas; ^ttitfHssrfttt; wre*» J»jP ftllOWitt* the |&varnjttan,t t» r*g* were dinner guests Sundjy at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr- and Mrs- Tom Br&?elton» In the afternoon they were JfltaeJ by Mr. and Mrs. !Seno Baas, Mam Glpe, Mr« and. Mrs. CAM, Qipe, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raines of MalYem, Tbe brothers and slaters ef Dallas CUtes and their auuta and uncle held a family picnic at the home of nsUas in Strahan, 4 flue big dinner it noon was tbe main feature *nd with vlsltjnj; made up an enjoyable day together. That* Attending were Mr. *$& n the Platrlct Court of the State of Iowa in and for Mills County August Term, A- p. 1933 To the above named Defendant Mrs, owl of and Qleuwoad, Mr. and Mrs, Claire aud family of awr Mr. *rt Mr». Franj Mf. vs. 'BANCIS Defendant PERKINS, are hereby notified that here is now on file the petition of Plaintiff in the above entitled ause, in the office of the Clerk if the District Court of the State t Iowa, iu and for Mills County, 8at4 suit being a divorce action. brought on the groups, of crue} ana luhuwau treatment. For a more particular statement aee petition, oj) fl|e, that thereto ana 4efen4 before o< the swoad day pf the tarm, bain* the Amuat tew ol Wig 0»«rt, which will eow^ at (UettWftOjJ, iowa ftB th« nterest »t School eschers' Examination and Institute ines and Forfeitures -,,,,. TT ,.,,,., T Car* ot Patient* in State Institutions "ees of County Auxiitor , 'ees of Gouty Treasurer 'e*8 of Caunty Recorder —-~, 'ees of Clerk of District Court from, otber sourc«a day of he eetered »§ilftit you, 4««r«» w njrOTidj4 by 4fiBUU RECEIPT? ANP DISBURSEMENTS jft t^ fj HiT' j^To i&NlQUIlV' On hand January I, 1988*-»-T->»— ,,..„„-.„..,„„ T ,^-|179,285,08 From Curre&t Taxes, 1938 ,.„„„„,—,,„ ,„„. 161,810.50 From Delinquent Taxes, 1932 and Prior Years ,,-,.,.*,., 9,991.38 'enalty, Interest and! Costs ..-,-....-,-...-.. .... 987.30 )rainage Taxes „„„.,„„,,„.„,,„,,.„„.,,,,,,,,,,,, 6,70643 Special Assessments -.,„.,,,-.-,.,-.,„---.„--. .- 1,994,05 " on Bank Peposjta -„..,...-„,„„.,.,—,...,,— 1,330,44 of School Fund - *-» .,„„„„...-.- 32.30 ~ ' ~ ' 843.95 24.50 110.00 48.0Q 939.64 604,75 307.45 541.00 2)85.90 Wise, Receipts (not included in classification above).—, 17,912.59 Auto Ta* Collected - - — 31,347.26 disc. Col. from Co. Supt. other than Institute ---------- 644-59 ?rimary <Ro&d Jioads -- 34,350.00 Transfers from Funds ,...,—...... 7,254.92 Total Receipts —- -$446,349.65 DISBURSEiMRNTS Treasurer's Receipts ,,_,.„.„„,.$ 34,640,83 Auditor's Wftwtnts - ,.„„..„„„ 66,489.01 » Warrants, Bonds or Certificates „,.,„.,..„. 8,848.67 on County Bond* ,........,..„„.„..„ 0,180,00 Oily Special (Paving, Sewer, etc., Certificates or Bonds) 1,390,65 Order* on County Treasurer by Mayors of cities and towns 14,379,97 Ordws on 4?oupty Treasurer by president* of school iiuu. 01,097.00 ^,617'.6Q ftttauNHr of. NUtt pvi m M

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