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ii I~ny unconditional of their ~C~ ~ ~ I[.ZGA~ ][ 0 TIO]~$ [ceptance thereof in the office of '~ ........... ' ]the Town Clerk. ORDINANCE NO 165 [ Passed and "approved this 1st" I~: " [day of July, 1946. ~N ORDINANCE GRANTING TO] -JAY DURFEE Black H~ ef ~yomh~ The Sundance Tlmts, fSudance, Wyom!ng Thursday, July il, 1946 i i ,,,,, .... : ....... i i ii , ,, ,,,,, , , , i, J i i , Mayor MARION THOMPSON, Town Clerk SEAL) ....... X- Wood and getting the correct slope on the skid poles, you will prevent the wood from hanging [up or coming down in a h~ap. A little experimenting will enable you to judge the slope of the :skids and size of fuel wood to use for perfect results. If you prefer, you can make your evening campfire with the automatic skid feed system and keep placing a stick or two at the ground two or three feet] the ba~k of the skids as the frontal automatic feed or they will not from the fire and rest a ligl~[sticks 'burn. This is~0t'quite so burn properly. The self feeding pole across i~hem. Then put some ] satisfactory because the fire is campfire will often burn all night 10ng.l~agtahs of wood on the pole}never as bright as when hand and leave enough coals to start so that they form a: reflector to] stoked and your wood will not be: throw the heat towards you while] dried out so well for the night a quick breaktSast fire. they dry out. fire. x. When the evening around the It is necessary to have a large Come out and vote July 16--- Tom Nicholas, for campfire is over and you are go_ bed of red coals to start the ;Secretary of State, ing to turn in for the night, rest two smooth sloping poles on the burning of the logs fed by the Republican Ballot cross ~pole so that they form a fairly steepsl~idway, whichterm-Abstract Statement inates at the fire. Place the wood that you used for a reflector across these poles, so that as the fire burns the front piece or pieces, the remainder slide down CROOK COUNTY gradually and feed the fire. The OF THE COST OF MAINTAINING COUNTY GOVERNMENT fire may char some of the wood JANUARY 1, 1946 TO JULY 1st, 1946, prepared u~der the p above it, but this will not burn of Section 30_614, Revised Statutes of 1931, and taken from the prematurely because it is ex- Register showing Warrants and Certificates of Indebtedness issued posed to the cooling action of during that period. the air. By using fairly large: B--1 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS--- Those of you who have .been c~vmping out in wet cold weather, know the nuisance ~of stoking the campfire at night. However, there is so much cheer and com- fort given by a fire, that when_ ever it is safe enough weather to sleep with a fire burning, you (.an make it burn most of the night by following these instruc- tions. They were suggested by Paul W. H. O. Johnson, and will be well worth remem~bering on roar next camping trip. After you have finished with your cooki.ng fire and wish to make it larger for warmth and cheer, place two forked sticks in 'RF~ERVE DISTRICT NO. 10 REPORT OF CONDITION OF :Salaries . .................................................................... $ 689.82 Expenses .................................................................. 622.28 B--2 COUNTY CLERK-- Salaries ........... .......................................................... 1,970.66 Expenses .................................................................. 246.54 R---3 COUNTY TREASURER-- Salaries ..................................................................... 1,840.26 Expenses ......................................... .~. ....................... 296.78 B-~4 COUNTY ASSESSOR-- Salaries ..................................................................... 1,606.34 Expenses .................................................................. 473.12 B--5 COUNTY SHERIFF-- Salaries ..................................................................... 888.60 Expenses .................................................................. 264.02 B--6 COUNTY ATTORNEY--- Salaries ..................................................................... 896.40 Expenses .................................................................. 51.73 B--7 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS---- STATE NO. 97 Sundance State Bank M, O. TREGO AND DOROTHEA M. TREGO, THEIR ~UCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A FRANCHISE AND LICEN,SE TO CONTRACT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE A TELEPHONE SYSTEM IN THE TOWN OF THE CITY OF SUN- DANCE, WYOMING. BE IT ORDAINED by tl~e Coun- cil of the Town of the City of ,~undance, Crook County, State. of Wyoming: ~tion 1. That M. O. Trego and Dorothea M. Trego, a ,co- partnership existing and doing ,b~lness under the firm ~ame style of Mona :Short Line TCiephone Company, of Sundance, Wyoming, be and are hereby authorized, empowered and vest- o d with the right and priveleges o~ constructing, maintaining ald *rating a telephone system within the corporate limits of Town of the City of Sundance, upon, through and the streets, alleys, aveRues public grounds and places of City;. for the transaction of ~h business as is usually con- ~cted by sucl~ system and to at end shall have the right and 'l~lvelege of constructing lines, and maintaining poles stretch .and maintain wires together with all appur- and appliances thereto g and required through- entire City; to keep an of Sundanee in the State of Wyoming at the close of business on June 29, 1946. $ 1,312.10 2,217.20 2,137.04 2,079.46 1,152.6~ 948.13 ~ntral station and furnish and operate telephone aments in building or build- where ordered by customers and duri'ng the period of 25 years from and after the first day'of July, A. D. 1946, on the terms and conditions hereinafter specified. ,Section 2. The said system hereby authorized shall be con- ~, strutted and maintained within the Corporate limits, under the s~,pervision of and made accept- able to the City Council of said Section 3. The poles a~l(1 wires of said telephone system shall be placed and maintained so as not to interfere with the travel on said streets, alleys, avenues and public grounds and ])laces; and this grant is made and is to be enjoyed su,bject to such reason- able regulations made by ordin- ance as the City Council of said iCity may deem proper at any time to adopt, not destructive to the rights herein granted and the Said Mon,a Short Line Telephone Company are hereby authorized to use the same poles owned and by the owners of the light and power system operating in the said Town, the said above described doing business under the and style of Mona Telephone Company, successors and assigns, not bold the city liable for damages arising from the of said occupancy. 4. The said telephcene as above described shall e or cause to be filed in the ice of the Town Clerk of the Town within and not later 60 days from the date her :hedule of prices char transmission of lines or tele ASSETS Loans and discounts (including $1,269.20 overdrafts) ...... $ 939,998.35 U,nited States Government obligations, direct and guar_ anteed .....................~ ................................................................................... 784,036.74 Obligations of States and political su'hdivisions ..................... 4,525.28 Corporate stocks (including $2,800.00 stock of Federal Reserve Bank} .......................................................................................... 3,000.00 Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection ...... 659,968.48 Bank premises ow.ned $7,600.00, furniture and fixtures $1.00 .................................................................................................................. 7,601.09 CRank premises owned are ~ubject to No Liens not assumed by bank) Real est~ate owned other than bank premises ........................... 1.00 TOTAL ASSETS ....................................................................................... $2,399,130.8.5 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor_ porations ......................................................................................................... $1,745,771.69 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpor- atio.ns ............................................................................................................... 238,268.77 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) ......................................................................................................... 58,993.7~ Deposits of States and political subdivisions .............................. 159,7,8~.~8 D~posits of banks ................................................................................................ 82,174.75 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) ............ 259.80 TOTAL DEPOSITS .............................. $2,285,250.94 " TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including s~!!Srdinated obligations shown below) .-~;~.~.:i .................................... $2,285,250.94 CAPIT'A~fACCOUNTS Capital* ................................... :~,,:~.......~ .............................................................. $ 37,500.00 Surplus ................................... ~ ...................................................................................... 72,500.00 U~divided profits.:7,:.:., ............................. : ....................................................... 3,879.91 TOTA'L CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................................................... ]13,879.91 / TOTA~'~IABILITIE,S AND CAPITAL : ACCOUNTS ................... : ................................................................ $2,399,130.85 *Tbz~" bank's capital consists of: F!A~ preferred stock with total par value of $10,000.00, total re- tirable value $10,000.00. [ Second preferred stock with total par value of $15,000.00, total re_ I tirable value $15,000.00. Common stock with total par value of $12,500.00 Salaries .................................... : .............................. 1,048.60 Expenses .................................................................. 366.59 1,415.19 B---9 COUNTY CORONER ....... Salaries ..................................................................... 20.00 f Expenses .................................................................. 21:28 4: B--I~) AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT--- Salaries ..................................................................... 299.55 Expe.nses .................................................................. 486.66 B--11 DISTRICT COURT-- Expenses .................................................................. 3.00 B---12 JUSTICE COURT-- Salaries ..................................................................... 25.20 Expenses .................................................................. B--13 COURT HOUSE AND JAIL-- Salaries ..................................................................... 841.70 ExPenses .................................................................. 557.94 B---14 ROAD AND BRIDGE-- Salaries ..................................................................... 4,838.08 Expenses ............................................................. ~ .... 3,0~5.70 B---16 LIVE ST ~ ~'~ ~' ~ " "~ S~'~ 122.60 - Expenses .................................................................. 17.60 ~'~-18 COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER-- Salaries ..................................................................... 435.44 Expenses .................................................................. B--19 PEST AND WEED CONTROL-- Expenses .................................................................. 5.00 B---20 MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL--- Printing and Publishing ........................ 312.64 Compensation to State .............................. 245.50 Vital Statistics ................................................ State Institution Cost ................................. Premiums on Bonds ....................................... Miscella.neous .................................................... ttunter_Trapper ................................................ FSA and Welfare ............................................. O. P. A ................................................................... C--1 COUNTY FAIR FUND .................................... TOT2~L WARRANTS AND CERTIFICATES ISSUED ...... $24,987.56 STATEMENT OF OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS OF THE COUNTY County warrants unpaid this date ............................................... $20Y.'9~ Gross Debt of the County .......... :. ................................................ $209.95 THE STATE OF WYOMING, ) MEMORANDA .~ Commission of Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (,book value): (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and guar_ Sundance, and ,by its board of coun- poles or wires when the requires it, without in- of said system for any dam_ ~r- ~ccasicmed thereby. ~ion 6. That whenever the descri'bed co-i)artnership, i Short Line Telephone Corn- . ~ its sucsessors or assigns cease to operate or efficient- ~aintain a telephone system in :: City or shall charge toll in ;: ~ess of the rates authorized by la~v, then upon due notice to that effect given them by the said City Council, they or tl~eir sue- i~sors or assigns shall remove or ", ,~ to be removed, the said ~ and poles fr0m the streets, i' $ys, avenues and public grounds ~ ad places of said City within ig0 dv:ys from the date of service ~f such notice u,pon. It appearing to the Town Coun- l. ~hat an emergency exists, this ,nnce is hereby declared to 1.'~. ~ full force and effect from l:~/.i~r lt~ passage and approval filing ~)y the said Cocm- )SS. COUNTY OF CROOK ) IT IS HEREBY ,CERTIFIED that the foregoing is a true and anteed, pledged to secure deposits and other li_ complete Abstract Statement of the Total Amount of Warrants an4 abilities ......................................................................................................... $I44,000.00 Certificates of Indebedness issued by the County of Crook in tho 'State of Wyoming from January 1st, 1946 to July 1st, 1946. (e) TOTAL ............................................................................................................ $144,000.00 Secured and preferred liabilities: (a) Deposits secured by pledged assets iaursuant to requirements of law . ...................................................................... $144,000.00 (d) Deposits preferred t~nder provisions of law bu~ not secured by pledge of assets ..................... . .......................... 191.72 ( SEAL ) Sundance, Wyoming July 2, 1946 FRANCIS HEJDE, County C.lerk THE STATE OF WYOMING, ) )SS. COUNTY OF CROOK ) IT I~ HEREBY CERTIFIED that the foregoing is a true and complete Abstract Statement of the receipts and disbursements of the County of Crook in the Svate of Wyoming from January 1st, 1946 to Julf 1st, 1946, and the cost of maintaining the government of the said County, evidenced by warrants and certificates of indebt, " edness issued in payment of indebtedness incurred during said time, and further that the statement of i~de'btednese of the County. is true and correct; all evidenced by reports filed with the Baaed of County C~mmissioners by the County Treasurer and the C~unty Clerk. Wit~ess my hand as Chairman of the Board of County Com, mi~sioners, attested 'by the County Clerk this 2 day of July, A. D. 1946. ,RALPH NIC'KELSON, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners FRANCIS HEJDE, county Clerk ATTEST: (Seal) I, JAY DURFEE, of the above-named bank, .do solemnly swear that the a'bove statement is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge a~d ~beiieL JAY DURFEE CORRECT--ATTEST: H. P. Ilsley Evelyn E. Ilsley J. E. Ackerman Directors THE ~qTATE OF WYOMING, ) ) SS. COUNTY OF CROOK ) Sworn to and subscri,bed before me this 5 day of July, 1946 and I i hereby .certify ~hat I am not an officer or director of this bank. MARION THOMPSON, ~ ,Notary. Pu'bltc ~y commission ezpires Dec. ~6, 1~J46. (e) TOTAL ............................................................................................................ $144,191.72'