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EQUALIZATION.
PROCEEDINGS
(Continued from page 3)
At 12 o'clock m. Board took a re
cess until one o'clock p. m. of even
date.
PETER A. WEST.
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
At 2 o'clock p. m. Board of Equal
ization resumed. All members of the
board and clerk present.
Assessments equalized as follows:
E. L. Archibald, Glentana, page 2,
line 34, raised from $4000 to $4500.
Geo. W. Arnold, Glentana, page 2,
line 34, raised from $3900 to $4500.
Niles Anderson, Opheim, page 3,
line 14, reduced from $8000 to $5000.
C. W. Anderson, Baylor, page 3, line
24, raised from $240.00 to $320.00.
O. E. Ahern, Opheim, page 3, line
25, reduced from $5800 to $4500.
G. A. Axtell, Opheim, page 3, line
26, reduced from $6000 to $5000.
M. A. Anderson, Nashua, page 5 line
4, raised from $2000 to $4000.
Edson A. Aspinwall, Genevieve, page
5, line 29, raised from $4320 to $4800.
Carl M. Anderson, West Fork, page
5, line 35, raised from $3800 to $4500.
Matt Anderson, Avondale, page 7,
line 2, raised from $3200 to $3700.
Roy Axtell, Roanwood, page 7, line
28, reduced from $6000 to $5000.
Dan Atkinson, Tampico, page 8, line
17, raised from $2600 to $3000.
Bob Abel, Saco, page 8, line 30,
raised from $1600 to $2000.
Seth Armantraut, Saco, page 9, line
23, raised from $1500 to $2000.
C. E. Behner, Glasgow, page 10, line
1, raised from $11,058 to $15,000.
Minnie R. Beizer, Glasgow, page 10,
line 16, raised from $2000 to $4000.
Louis Beizer, Glasgow, page 10, line
18, raised from $3125 to $4000.
Sophia Bowling, Glasgow, page 10,
line 24, raised from $1640 to $3200.
Behner & Runyon, Glasgow, page
10, line 32, raised from $3500 to $4000.
Billingsley, Glasgow, page 10, line
35, raised from $11,000 to $15,000.
Adam M. Boll, Glasgow, page 11,
line 1, raised from $2608 to $3200.
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John Boll, Glasgow, page 11, line
2, raised from $2608 to $3200.
Peter Burger, Glasgow, page 11, line
10, reduced from $6400 to $5000.
C. C. Hurd, Glasgow, page 11, line
30, reduced from $7200 to $5600.
Oscar Boreson, Glasgow, page 11,
line 38, raised from $1920 to $2500.
C. J. Billingsley, Glasgow, page 12,
line 8, raised from $10,200 to $11,200.
George Burke Glasgow, page 12, line
27, raised from $4500 to $6000.
S. M. Baker, Glentana, page 14, line
3, reduced from $6000 to $5000. •
Nels Dokken, Glasgow, page 43, line
5, raised from $10,000 to $12,800.
W. C. Darger, Glasgow, page 43, line
7, raised from $3200 to $4000.
A. J. Dishart, Glasgow, page 43, line
13, raised from $1272 to $1600.
Andrew Dedrickson, Hinsdale, page
44, line 17, raised from $2600 to $3000.
S. H. Day, Hinsdale, page 44, line
18, raised from $3000 to $6400.
John L. Dillard, Nashua, page 45,
line 31, raised from $5000 to $6500.
J. H. Dahl, Opheim, page 46, line 16,
reduced from $6000 to $5000.
John C. Davenport, Opheim, page 46,
line 27, reduced from $6000 to $5000.
Peter A. Dunderland, Opheim, page
46, line 27, raised from $3000 to $3500.
At 11 o'clock p. m. Board of Equal
ization adjourned until 10 o'clock a. m.
August 6th, 1919.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
At 10 o'clock a. m., August 6th,
1919, Board of Equalization resumed:
All members and clerk present.
Continuation of equalization of as
sessments as follows:
Ole J. Dahl, Baylor, page 47, line
3, reduced from $5200 to $5000.
John Dwyer, Glentana, page 47, line
13, raised from $3000 to $3500.
J. G. Dement, Glentana, page 47, line
14, raised from $2400 to $3200.
John Draper, Glentana, page 47, line
15, raised from $3500 to $4000.
Pat Dwyer, Glentana, page 47, line
16, raised from $2500 to $3200.
Pearl L. Doisem, Glentana, page 47,
line 17, raised from $3000 to $3500.
Emil Deisert, Glentana, page 47, line
18, raised from $3000 to $3500.
F. H. Derrig Est., Glentana, page
47, line 20, raised from $4000 to $5000.
D. Messemaker, Tampico, page 48,
line 11, raised from $2500 to $3000.
William Demessemaker, Tampico,
page 48, line 13, raised from $3000 to
Charlotte Dickert, Vandalia, page
49, line 8, raised from $1200 to $2500.
K. V. Dorr, Lismas, page 49, line 15,
reduced from $9200 to $7500.
At 12 o'clock noon, Board took a
recess until 2 o'clock p. m. of even
date.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
At 1 o'clock p. m. Board of Equal
ization resumed. All members and
clerk present.
Assessments equalized as follows:
Charles Davenport, Barnard, page
50, line 23, raised from $2240, to
$3200.
Andrew S. Day, Wendell, page 51,
line 8, raised from $4000 to $5000.
Jessie Davenport, Glebill, MicH. page
52, line 15, raised from $3000 to $4000.
A. L. Daniels, Scobey, page 52, line
17, raised from $3500 to $4000.
Christina Davis, Scobey, page 52,
line 19, raised from $4000 to $5000.
A. B. Duncan, Saco, page 52, line
25, raised from $2600 to $3200.
Dak. & G. N. Townsite Co., St. Paul,
page 52, line 32, raised from $3000 to
A. Ebersole, Glasgow, page 53, line
5, raised from $5600 to $6000.
Rudolph Ewy, Glasgow, page 53, line
6, reduced from $6300 to $3880.
John Etchart, Glasgow, page 53,
line 9, raised from $1500 to $2000.
L. P. Evans estate, Glasgow, page
53, line 23, raised from $3200 to $4000.
Henry Eliason, Opheim, page 54,
line 3, reduced from $6000 to $5000.
Olaf Eliason, Opheim, page 54, line
6, reduced from $6000 to $5000.
Albert Eliason, Opheim, page 54,
line 7, reduced from $6000 to $5000.
Oscar C. Erickson, Opheim, page
54, line 17, reduced from $4500 to
$4000.
Vienna Erickson, Opheim, page 54,
line 18, raised from $3200 to $4000.
R. E. Ernrick, Glentana, page 55,
line 31, raised from $3000 to $3760.
Mrs. DeEtta Edwards, Lismas, page
58, line 2, raised from $3200 to $4000.
Sigurd Esval, Tande, page 58, line
11, raised from $4000 to $5000.
George Emmerson, St. Paul, page
59, line 6, raised from $5250 to $7000.
Charlie Escacergo, Wolf Point, page
59, line 12, raised from $5800 to $7500.
R. H. Friedl, Glasgow, page 60, line
1, raised from $753 to $1800.
J. A. Foye, Glasgow, page 60, line
9, raised from $3320 to $3760.
Helen D. Foust, Glasgow, page 60,
line 25, raised from $5000 to $6000.
John Farquhar, Glasgow, page 60,
line 28, raised from $6000 to $8000.
Hans C. Foss, Glasgow, page 60,
line 30, raised from $3200 to $4000.
C. W. Flint, Oswego, page 61, line
25, raised from $2500 to $3200.
George L. Fever, Oswego, page 61,
line 28, raised from $2400 to $3200.
Jennie Fossum, Glentana, page 62,
line 4, raised from $3000 to $3500.
Albert Frederick, Glentana, page 62,
line 5, raised from $4000 to $5000.
Jacob Fisher, Glentana, page 62, line
7, raised from $3200 to $4000.
Jacob Fisher, Glentana, page 62, line
8, raised from $3200 to $3700.
E. G. Fry, Glentana, page 62, line
9, raised from $3200 to $3700.
H. M. Fox, Glentana, page 62, line
12 raised from $4000 to $5000.
K. J. Floaten Glentana, page 62, line
20, raised from $3500 to $4000.
S. D. Flickingei , Avondale, page 62,
line 32, raised from $4000 to $4800.
James Furtchbar, Hinsdale, page 63,
line 6, raised from $11,200 to $14,000.
John Folly, Hinsdale, page 63, line
14 raised from $25<>0 to $3200
Fisher Lumber Co., Hinsdale, page
63, line 22, raised from $1900 to $3200.
C. W. Flint, Frazer, page 64, line
30, raised from $11 ,"20 to $14,000.
Ralph Foster, West Fork, page 64,
line 35, raised from $3200 to $4000.
John H. Fuller, Opheim, page 65,
line 6, reduced from $0000 to $4000.
Gilbert Floyd, Opheim, page 65, line
9, raised from $3200 to $3760.
Albert W. Floyd, Opheim, page 65,
line 10, raised from $3200 to $3750.
D. D. Fish, Ophi'im, page 65, line
15, reduced from $0000 to $5000.
Otto Freund, Nashua, page 65, line
19, raised from $0000 to $6400.
Selmer FladaKt' - . Tande, page 66,
line 34, raised from $4000 to $5000.
Loren Fladager, Tande, page 66, line
37, raised from $,!000 to $5000.
Jerry Flynn, Wolf Point, page 69,
line 3, raised from $2000 to $2500.
Andrew Frater, Havre, page 69, line
11, reduced from $0400 to $4500.
Foster Bros., Saco, page 69, line 19,
raised from $3500 to $4500.
Roy Fife, Saco, page 69, line 22, re
duced from $5400 to $4500.
Sam Gill, Glasgow, page 70, line 23,
raised from $4000 to $5000.
D. H. Gaasch, Hinsdale, page 72, line
14, raised from $4810 to $5950.
At6 o'clock p. in. Board took a re
cess until 7 o'clock p. m. of even date.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
At 7 o'clock p. m. Board of Equali
zation resumed. All members and
clerk present, and continued to equal
ize assessments as follows:
Adolph Gravunder, Glentana, page
73, line 24, reduced from $8000 to
$4000.
Juda P. Gamble, Glentana, page 73,
line 4, raised from $3800 to $4500.
H. E. Goodrich, Glentana, page 73,
line 5, raised from $3800 to $5000.
O. H. Goodrich, Glentana, page 73,
line 6, raised from $3800 to $5000.
Melvin Gunderson, Glentana, page
73, line 9, raised from $3200 to $3700.
Rudolph Glass, Glentana, page 73,
line 21, raised from $3200 to $3700.
Charles D. Galusha, Opheim, page
73, line 24, reduced from $5500 to
$5000.
Peter Geis, Opheim, page 73, line
26, reduced from $4000 to $3500.
Sam O. Goforth, Opheim, page 73,
line 28, raised from $3500 to $4500.
E. E. Getchell, Opheim, page 73,
line 32, reduced from $4000 to $3500.
C. A. Gilbert, Nashua, page 74, line
6, raised from $2500 to $3200.
R. F. Goodale, Baylor, page 74, line
29, raised from $2200 to $3200.
Dolly Granlund, Baylor, page 74,
line 34, raised from $3200 to $3700.
Edgar L. Gerry, Avondale, page .75,
line 2, raised from $3500 to $4000.
F. F. Granlund, Avondale, page 75,
line 12, raised from $4000 to $4500.
C. L. Goodrich, Avondale, page 85,
line 8, raised from $4000 to $4500.
Ira Goodrich, Avondale, page 75, line
9, raised from $4000 to $4500.
Eugene Grandchamp, Oswego, page
76, line 7, raised from $4500 to $5600.
Maggie Grandchamp, Oswego, page
76, line 8, raised from $3980 to $5000.
W. C. Greenup, West Fork, page 76,
line 13, raised from $4000 to $5000.
L. F. Greenup, West Fork, page 76,
line 14, raised from $7500 to $8000.
Margaret Grotte, West Fork, page
76, line 15, raised from $4000 to $5000.
Chris Gamrath, Roanwood, page 77,
line 10, reduced from $6000 to $5000.
Mrs. J. C. Gregerson, Tande, page
77, line 25, raised from $4000 to $5000.
A. W. Gibson, Tande, page 77, line
26, raised from $4000 to $5000.
Belson Grandchamp, Frazer, page
77, line 35, raised from $3500 to $4000.
Oscar Gregerson, Spokane, Wash.,
page 78, line 21, raised from $4000 to
$5000.
James Gribban, Lanesboror, Minn.,
page 79, line 16, reduced from $9600
to $6400.
E. C. Hargadine, Glasgow, page 80,
line 1, raised from $3440 to $6160.
Matena Hultgren, Glasgow, page 80,
line 4, raised from $3200 to $3500.
Kate House, Glasgow, page 80, line
9, raised from $1600 to $2200.
Roy E. House, Glasgow, page 80,
line 10, raised from $1600 to $2200.
Howard A. Hines, Glentana, page
89, line 26, raised from $3500 to $4500.
Francis G. Hines, Glentana, page 89,
line 29, raised from $3500 to $4000.
John Hegne, Glentana, page 89, line
30, raised from $3500 to $4000.
G. A. Henderson, Glentana, page 89,
line 34, raised from $3200 to $3700.
August Hemmingkamp Est., Glen
tana, page 90, line 4, reduced from
$3500 to $2600.
Monroe S. Hamilton, Glentana, page
90, line 12, raised from $2800 to $3200.
E. J. Hjelter, Opheim, page 90, line
33, reduced from $8000 to $6200.
John F. Hamm, Opheim, page 91,
line 10, reduced from $8000 to $5000.
Joe Henke, Opheim, page 91, line
11, reduced from $8565 to $6820.
A. Harne, Opheim, page 91, line 12,
raised from $5060 to $8060.
James Hoban, Opheim, page 91, line
13, reduced from $6000 to $5000.
H. A. Hallock, Opheim, page 91, line
15, reduced from $6500 to $5000.
J. B. Holstad, Opheim, page 91, line
16, reduced from $5000 to $4000.
Peter Haveland, Opheim, page 91,
line 18, reduced from $6000 to $5000.
Sam Haugeland, Opheim, page 91,
line 20, reduced from $8564 to $5000.
A. C. Hanson, Opheim, page 91, line
25, reduced from $8000 to $5000.
Isabella House, Opheim, page 91,
line 26, raised from $3000 to $3500.
Thomas Hughes, Coal Creek, page
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Ernest Truex
in.
•OH.YOU WOMEN 1"
WAT WILL HAPPEN WHEN
THE BOYS COME HOME?
SEE "OH, YOU WOMEN"
One of the first thoughts that oc
curred to the citizens of every com
munity when the great world war
came to a close was, what will happen
to the boys when they come home?
Just as gigantic a task as it was to
prepare the men to go overseas to
fight for democracy, so, was it a gi
gantic task to take care of the thous
ands when they came back to their
homes, where they had necessarily
to be taken care of.
This idea not only has been the sub
ject of the thesis for many great writ
ers, but it has been the background
idea of one of the best motion pic
tures that has ever been produced
and which has been placed on the mar
ket by the Famous Players-Lasky cor
poration as an Emerson-Loos Para
mount special.
Mr. Emerson and Miss Loos have
written and produced the best "after
the war" material that this country
91, line 31, raised from $2880 to $3500.
Mary Hughes, Coal Creek, page 91,
line 35, reduced from $4000 to $3100.
R. L. Hawthorne, Baylor, page 92, line
21, raised from $2500 to $3200.
Olaf H. Hanson, Avondale, page 93,
line 10, raised from $4000 to $5000.
Thorvald Haug, Avondale, page 93,
line 11, raised from $4000 to $5000.
Ethel J. Henry, Avondale, page 93,
line 12, raised from $4000 to $5000.
M. G. Henry, Avondale, page 93,
line 13, raised from $3500 to $3900.
W. J. Henry, Avondale, page 93, line
14, raised from $4000 to $5000.
D. S. Henry, Avondale, page 93, line
15, raised from $3200 to $3800.
has seen in motion pictures, but their
latest production "Oh, You Women!"
which has its basic idea, "when the
boys came home," is conceded to be
the best satirical-comedy that has ever
been made for the screen..
They have taken cold facts and made
%erry with them. In every commun
ity we have heard of the farmerette,
the girl who became motorman and
conductor, some who were postwo
men and the like, but the rub of it
all was, "what will happen when the
boys come home?"
Mr. Emerson and Miss Loos fore
saw it all, and made it into a picture
that has a comedy appeal of excep
tional value, and which will be shown
at the Ohpheum theatre next Wednes
day, August 20.
These artists have produced some
of the best comedy satires that have
been made for the scrgen and their
latest efforts have been accepted by
the motion picture public as the most
exceptional ever presented to the pub
lic.
Albert Bröats, Glentana, page 14,
line 6, reduced from $4300 to $3700.
Caroline E. Bridgman, Glentana,
page 14, line 9, raised from $4000 to
$5000.
C. Bonnabel, Glentana, page 14, line
13, raised from $3500 to $4000.
C. Bonnabel, Glentana, sheep rais
ed from 1200 to 1500 head at $15 per.
N. M. Boe, Glentana, page 14, line
16, raised from $4000 to $4700.
Henry Brassell, Glentana, page 14,.
line 20, raised from $3800 to $4500.
Ray A. Baker, Opheim, page 15, line
2, reduced from $6500 to $3000.
Raymond H. Baker, Opheim, page
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