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BOARD OF EQUALI
ZATION PROCEEDINGS
At 2 o'clock p. m. August 11th, 1910,
board of equalization resumed. All
members of the board and clerk pres
ent.
Affidavit of Chas. E. Behner of
Glasgow presented to the board stat
ing that he is the owner of 1,2638
acres of land in Valley county, that
said tract contains 190 acres of land
which is tillable, the remainder being
poor grazing land and prays that the
board may reduce assessment from
$15,000 to $11,058, the full and true
value of the said land. On motion,
assessment of Chas. E. Behner is here
by ordered reduced from $15,000 to
$11,058.
Affidavit of Wesley W. Tanner of
Thoeny presented stating that the per
sonal property consisting of two teams
of horses and household goods, is not
assessable for the reason that said
chattels were not in his possession on
and prior to March 1st, 1919. On mo
tion, two teams and household goods
of the above are hereby strickert off
the assessment book.
Affidavit of George Reid of Vandal
ia presented praying the board to re
duce his assessment from $6000 to
$3,832. On motion, assessment of
George Reid of Vandalia is-hereby
ordered reduced from $6000 to $832.
Affidavit of Mrs. R. E. Hill of Tam
pico presented, praying for reduction
of assessment from valuation of $9000
to $6000. On motion, assessment of
Mrs. R. E. Hill is hereby ordered re
duced from $9000 to $6000.
Affidavit of Noah A. Mann of Os
wego received, stating that he is well
acquainted with the land owned by '
Peterson Bros., and that the full and
true value of said land is $4800; he
therefore prays that assessment on
said land be reduced from $5500 to
$4800. On motion, assessment of Pet
erson Bros, is hereby ordered reduced
from $5500 to $4800.
Assessment of Great Northern rail
way improvements at:
Oswego, raised from $3930 to $5775.
•v Frazer, raised from $5390 to $10,
840.
Wiota, raised from $4150 to $8000.
Nashua, raised from $2260 to $3750.
City of Glasgow, raised from $39,
255 to $63,095.
Out of city limits, Glasgow, raised
from $7800 to $15,500.
Tampico, raised from $5960 to $11,
245.
Vandalia, raised from $1300 to $2500
Hinsdale, raised from $7860 to $15,
200.
List of real. estate owned by the
Great Northern Railway company in
Valley county, Montana, on the first
Monday in March, 1919.
Frazer Gravel Pit, S Vz SWVA
NE i/4, section 28-27-44, 20
acres, school district No. 2....$200.00
SVà NWÎ4, section 28-27
44, 40 acres 400.00
NV 2 SW14, section 28-27-44,
72.70 acres 380 00
SM> NE 14, section 29-27
44, 40 aci'es 400.00
N14 N V2 SEVi, section 29-27
44, 32.15 acres 330.00
Total $1,710.00
Hinsdale (River Add.—east 70
feet of lot 10, block 2, school
district No. 7 50.00
East 40 feet of lot 12, block 2,
School district No. 7 35.00
Total $285.00
Wiota reservoir: Townsite of Milk
River:
Blocks (i and 7, and portion of
alley and "A" street lying be
tween said blocks, all of "B"
street lying between blocks
7 and 8, and that portion of
Third strest lying between
said blocks (i and 7, "A"
streets and railroad R-W,
5.90 acres, S. D. 13. 330.00
Glasgow stock yards: part of
NE *4 SWU and lot 5, sec
tion 18-28-40, lying south
westerly of G. N. R.-W., 23.
S4 acres, S. D. 1 $1650.00
Glasgow:
All of block 22, reservoir, 1 C $5000
Lots 1 to 5, block 23, 1 c 500
Lots 6 and 7, blor.i 23, 1 C 200
Total $5700
Grand total $9475
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ORPHEUM, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28.
At 5 o'clock p. m. August 11th, 1919,
board of equalization adjourned until
10 o'clock a. m., August 12th, 1919.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
At 10 o'clock a. m., August 12th,
1919, board of county commissioners
of Valley county, reconvened as a
board of equalization. All members
of board and clerk present.
On motion, assessment of Valley
County Realty company, in improve
ments on lots 9 and 10, block 3, Ma
hon's addition, is hereby ordered re
duced from $12,240 to $11,000.
On motion assessment of J. E. Ar
not on improvements on Lot 2 and
EV2 of 3, block 2, Kerr's addition
(2nd), is raised from $5000 to $10,
000.
Equity Co-Operative Assn. raised
on improvements on lots 1, 2, 3, and
4, block 11, original townsite of Glas
gow, raised from $4796 to $10,000,
and machinery reduced from $4796 to
$1000.
Winter-Truesdell, Ames Co., Minne
apolis, improvements on R. R. of Way
at Nashua, raised from $6000 to $10,
000, and machinery assessed at $500.
Assessment of elevators at Glas
gow G. N. R. of Way raised from
$6000 to $10,000 and machinery asses
sed at $2000.
Assessment of elevators at Nashua
G. N. R. of Way raised from $6000
to $10,000 and machinery assessed at
$2000.
Assessment of elevators at What
ley G. N. R. of Way raised from $6000
to $10,000 and machinery assessed at
$2000.
Assessment of elevators at Tampico
G. N. R. of Way raised from $6000
to $10,000 and machinery assessed at
$2000.
Assessment of Farmers Produce Co.
at Nashua elevator on G. N. R. of
Way raised from $7000 to $10,000,
and machinery raised from $250 to
$500.
Assessment of Imperial Elevator
Co. of Minneapolis on elevator on G.
N. R. of Way at Glasgow, raised from
$5000 to $10,000 and machinery as
sessed at $500.
Assessment of elevator at Oswego
on G. N. R. of Way raised from $5000
to $10,000, and machinery assessed
at $500.
Assessment of elevator at Frazer
on G. "N. R. of Way raised from $5000
to $10,000 and machinery raised from
$250 to $500.
Assessment of elevator at Hinsdale
on G. N. R. of Way, raised from $5000
to $10,000 and machinery assessed at
$500.
Assessment of elevator at Nashua
on G. N. R. of Way raised from $5000
to $8000, and machinery assessed at
$500.
Assessment of St. Anthony & Dako
ta elevator at Hinsdale, raised from
$5060 to $10,000, and machinery rais
ed from $250 to $500.
Assessment of elevator at Vandal
ia on G. N. R. of Way raised from
$4090 to $5000, and machinery rais
ed from $225 to $500.
Assessment of elevator at Beav
erton on G. N. R. of Way raised from
$4355 to $7000, and machinery rais
ed from $225 to $500.
Assessment of Glasgow Flour Mill
Co., on improvements on lots 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, block 10, origin
al townsite of Glasgow raised from
$17,000 to $25,000.
At 12 o'clock noon, August 12th,
1919, board of equalization took a re
cess until 2 o'clock p. m. of even date.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
At 2 o'clock p. m. August 12th, 1919,
board of equalization resumed. All
members of board and clerk, present.
Affidavit of Arthur Hall presented
to the board requesting a reduction
on assessment from $10,440 to $4452.
C11 motion, assessmentof the above is
hereby ordered reduced from $10,
i 440 to $6260, and assessed on 2 head
o: work horses and three head of
range horses.
On motion, the NE Vi of section 21,
township 31, range 35, is hereby 01*
dered assessed to Henry Hanebuth at
Hinsdale at $4800.
Affidavit of James Furchtbar of
Hinsdale, presented to the board pray
ing for a reduction on assessment of
real estate from $14,000 to $12,540,
and that improvements on same should
be raised from $350 to $500. On mo
tion, assessment of the above is here
by reduced from $14,000 to $12,540
and assessment of improvements be
raised from $350 to $500.
At 4 o'clock p. m., board of equal
ization adjourned until 10 o'clock a.
m. Saturday, August 16th.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Campfer, Clerk.
At 10 o'clock a. m. August 13th,
1919, board of county commissioners
of Valley county met in regular ses
sion. All members of the board and
clerk present.
Communication of Custom Inspect
or C. L. George received informing
the board of county commissioners
that the cable ferry operated by one
Frank Martin on the Missouri river
at Lismas, Valley county, Montana,
is, accordoing to article 390, page 407
of the Navigation Laws of the United
States, an obstruction to navigation
and therefore should be removed.
Moved by Carl J. Anderson, second
ed by Calvin H. Pippin that board of
county commissioners proceed to Lis
mas to investigate conditions as re
ported by Custom Inspector C. L.
George. Ayes: Carl J. Anderson, C.
H. Pippin and Peter A. West. No one
voted no. The chairman duly declar
ed the motion carried.
On motion, communication of Cus
tom Inspector C. L. George relating
to Cable Ferry at Lismas is hereby
ordered filed by the clerk.
Communication of Collector A. J.
King read to'the board and on motion
Chairman Peter A. West is hereby
instructed to attend to matters rela
tive to ferry boat "Ada," of Frazer,
Mont., regarding name and tonnage,
and communication ordered filed by
the clerk.
Affidavit of John C. Peterson of
Redstone, Montana, presented to the
board, stating that assessment levied
against him by the county of Valley
in the year 1910 was erroneous for
the reason that affiant did not possess
the personal property for which he
was assessed, prior to March
I, 1910. Affiant therefore prays that
said assessment be cancelled. On mo
tion, assessment of John C. Peterson
of Redstone, Sheridan county, of the
year 1910, is hereby ordered cancelled.
Appointment of C. P. Davis as spe
cial deputy sheriff without pay is
hereby approved.
Appointment of Ben Davis as spe
cial deputy sheriff is hereby approved.
On motion, appointments of C. P.
Davis and Ben Davis as special depu
ties are hereby revoked.
At 12 o'clock noon, August 13th,
board took a recess until 1 o'clock p.
m. of even date.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
, C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
At 10 o'clock a. m. August 13, 1919,
board of county commissioners resum
ed. All members and clerk present,
whereupon the board adjourned until
10 o'clock a. m. August 14, 1919, and
drove to Lismas in order to investi
gate the condition of the Martin cable
ferry, as reported by Custom Inspect
or C. L. George.
PETER A. WEST,
Attest: Chairman.
C. W. Kampfer, Clerk.
At 10 o'clock a. m. August 14th,
1919, board of county commissioners
of Valley county resumed pursuant
to adjournment of August 13, 1919. All
members and clerk present.
Court stenographer C. L. Kenney
appeared before the board and re
quested that he be permitted to pur
chase a new typewriter.
On motion, County Auditor is here
by instructed to attend to the pur
chase of the said typewriter.
The board proceeded to audit and
pass on the following claims on the
Road Fund:
W. M. Liston, road work
(man) $ 18.00
Magruder Motor Co., soldering
fire extinguisher 1.50
A. Puchalla, road work (man
and team) 16.88
Floyd R. Holcomb, road work
(man and team) 18.00
Floyd R. Holcomb, road work
(man and team) 97.12
Floyd R. Holcomb, road work
(man and team) 101.25
Florence Holcomb, assigned F.
R. Holcomb) road work, man
and team 111.37
P. A. Evarts, road work, man
and team 40.19
Oscar Syverson, road work,
man 2-up 15.00
Far. & Merch. Bank, Frazer,
assigned, August Durand,
road contract 50.00
W. H. Tonkin, road work, con
tract, no Ins 805.00
Tom Coleman, road work 6.00
Byron Hill, road work 15.00
First St. Bank Baylor, assigned
II. T. Holden, blacksmith
work 15.75
Lornts Agle, road work, man .... 13.50
First State Bank of Opheim,
assigned Jesse Bruch, road
work 63.00
Andrew Wick, road work, man.. 30.00
Alvin D. Neumann, road work
man 6.00
Lerey Balsley, road work, man
2 up 79.25
George Whitmore, refund spe
cial road tax 2.00
Arthur Carlson, road material 1.50
Fischer Lumber Co., road ma
I terial 100.55
I Grogan-Robinson Lbr. Co., road
material 47.50
W. L. Rimel, road work, man
2-up 18.00
W. L. Rimel, road work, man
2-4-6 horses 160.00
W. L. Rimel, road work, man
2-4-up - 48.00
Chas. L. Beizer, road work Ç4.00
Alfred Jensen, road work, man 7.50
John S. Lee, road material 7.30
Orval Miller, road work, man
4-up 125.61
Soren Jensen, road work, man 44.62
J. M. Thoeny, road work, man 24.00
Merchants National Bank of
Scobey, assigned, Emil Pom
arleau, road work 92.25
Merchants National Bank of
Scobey, assigned T. N. Rich
ardson, road work 22.50
Merchants National Bank of
Scobey, assigned J. E. Mc
Coll, road work 11.25
Merchants National Bank of
Scobey, assigned John B.
Kemps, road work 22.50
Merchants National Bank of
Scobey, assigned Tom
Hughes, road work 18.75
Merchants National Bank of
Scobey, assigned Richard Mc
Connon, road work 33.75
Merchants National Bank of
Scobey, assigned Tom
Hughes, road work 97.50
A. H. Rounds, salary ferryman 250.00
Bower Robinson, road work,
man and team 107.60
Glasgow Cash Grocery, assign
ed A. W. Boston, road work.. 9.00
Glasgow National Bank, as
signed Daniel Chisholm, road
work 34.65
Glasgow National Bank, as
signed John Tangen,' road
work 15.00
Glasgow National Bank, as
signed John Tagen, road
work 18.75
Glasgow National Bank, as
signed John Fast, road work 55.50
M. O. Honrud, road work, man
and team 48.00
A. D. Mittelstadt, road work,
horses 120.00
A. D. Mittelstadt, road work,
man 35.62
Walter Mittelstadt, road work,
horses 41.25
Milo Jennings, road work 22.50
Iver Johnson, road work 26.25
Iver Johnson, road work, 4
horses 60.00
John Holthalter, road work, 2
horses 7.50
W. P. Hefferman, road work,
man 30.00
Jaake Gaub, road work, man 4
up 73.12
Christ Gaub, road work, man
4-up 84.30
Ben Fagan, road work ,4 horses 45.00
P. A. Evarts, road work, man,
one horse
P. A. Evarts, road work, man
2-up
Mark Eayrs, road work, horses
Obert Dyrhahl, road work, man
Ben Fagan, assigned by Obert
Drydahl, road work 90.00
Armand Cerulus, road work,
man 2-up 30.00
Barney Arnenklev, road work,
horses 67.50
90.00
15.00
63.75
3.75
Excellent Sheaf and Grain Display, Boys' and Girls*
Exhibits, Vegetables and Root Crops ,and
School Work, Will Be Shown at
The One Day
Agricultural Exhibit
AT GLASGOW
Labor Day, Sept. 1st, 1919
Prepare Your Exhibits Now
$200 in Premiums
$50 by Valley County Farm
Bureau on Canning Exhibits
Exhibit Rooms: Old Toggery Store Building and Wm. Beede Building
ADMISSION FREE
NO CHARGES
18.75
Albert Alland, road work, hor
ses
H. C. Christensen, road work,
horses 18.37
J. D. McVee, road work, 4 hor
ses 78.75
Tom Coleman, road work, man
4 up 31.50
Carl Miller, road work, man, 2
up 45.00
Frefl Miller, road work, man 2
up 15.00
M. E. Miller, road work, man 2
up 37.50
G. C. Matchett, road work, man
4 up 11.25
R. G. Nordrum, road work, 2
and 4 up 63.37
John P. Oien, road work 41.25
W. J. Padgett, road work, hor
ses 15.00
Peter Reisen, road work, hor
ses 31.87
William Roman, road work man 5.62
Joe Smith, road work, horses .. 37.50
Lisle Squires, road work, man 16.87
Lisle Squires, road work, hor
ses 52.50
Harry Squires, road work, man
2 up 135.00
Ludwig Siffko, road work, man
4 up 54.00
John Storkson, road work, man
4 up 28.12
Otto Tiechart, road work, man
2 and 4 up 86.62
Emil Wee, road work, man, 2
up 56.25
Oscar Wee, road work, horses 50.62
Frank Jac-konoski, road work,
man '
Frank Jackonoski, road work,
man .'
William Ramez, road work, man
4 up 45.00
Julius Waber, freight, road ma
terial 20.09
Halladay Bros., repairing road
machinery 27.40
J. L. Truscott, Rep., road ma
chienry 1.05
Lindbloom & Hookland, road
work (contract) 170.80
John Cygen, road work, man 4
up 45.00
Valley Transfer Co., loading
lumber and fresnos 12.00
Julia Solem, refund road taxes 2.00
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned Winship to E.
A. Townsend 241.00
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned David Morris,
road work 45.37
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned Ira Martin, road
work 11.25
Coleman Hdwe. Co., supplies
for ferry 6.75
Edith E. Solem, refund sperial
road tax ,
Marie Solem, refund special
road tax
Walter Irgens, road material ..
D. F. McGregor, assigned by
Lyman Miller, road work 70.50
D. F. McGregor, assigned by
Russell Miller, road work 166.50
Levy Mayberry, road work man
2-up 18.00
D. F. McGregor, road work man
an teams 244.50
L. B. Dunham, road work, man
and 2-up 69.00
21.00
15.00
2.00
2.00
4.40
MOHTflH fl STATE FflIB
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SITIO
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This Year of All Years
Every Montanan should see what the grand old state ean do
under the most adverse conditions. The agricultural exhibits
will prove a revelation.
Attend the First Official Reunion of the
American Legion of Montana
where all Montana Veterans of the World War in uniform will
be guests of the State Fair management, September 9 and 10.
ATTEND YOUR FAIR —Bigger, better than ever.
Reduced Railroad Rates. September 8-13
LeRoy Balsley, road work, man
2-up 27.00
Lewis-Wedum Co., road mater
ial 12.45
William Drabbs, road work,
man 4-up 9.00
C. F. Pease Co., surveying in
struments 219.00
Stockland Road Mch. Co., road
machinery 170.00
Markle Transfer Co., transfer
road tools 5.00
H. A. Yotter Hdw. Co., machin
ery, repairs and supplies 199.78
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned by Thos. Bow
ie, road work 85.50
T. Hanson, road work, man 1.87
Alfred Johnson, road work, man
and team 33.37
William Shanahan, road work,
man 58.75
Daniel Young, road work, man 9.37
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned John Amestoy,
road work 63.75
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned B. N. Pierce,
road work 78.37
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned Floyd Minor,
road work 76.87
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned W. E. Dickin
son, road work 76.87
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned Joe Moran,
road work 52.12
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned E. A. Towns
end, road work 91.50
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned E. A. Towns
end, road work 300.37
W. C. Greenup, road work 72.00
Frank J. Carsten, road work,
man 6.00
Frank J. Carsten, road work.
man 21.00*
Adam Lenz, road work, man 2
3-6 horses 63.00*
Adam Lenz, road work, man
2-up 30.00
Oliver Shipp, road work, man
2-up 6.00
Oliver Shipp, road work, man
2 horses 18.00"
Bert Schneider, road work, man 20.62
Roy J. Grady, road work, man
4-up 27.00
Claude Shipp, road work, man 15.0Q
Claude Shipp, road work, man 40.50
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned Albert Stuber,
road work 69.00<
First National Bank of Hins
dale, assigned Anders Hoist,
road work 171.00'
Oscar Riedeberg, road work,
man 30.00*
W. C. Greenup, road work 36.00
Geo. C. Fisher, road work, man
and team 123.00
Joe Chounard, road work, man
2 up 12.00'
Casper Buillon, road work, man
and team 12.00>
John G. Barrett, road work,
man 40.50
F. R. Hartsock, road work, man
and team 54.00
F. R. Hartsock, road work, man
2-up 54.00
J. C. Jacobson, road work, man
2-up 36.00
J. O. Jacobson, road work, man
and team 12.00
Imperial Elevator Co., cement
for culverts 16.50
R. H. Atchinson, road work,
man 2-up 72.00
Andrew Martinkoski, road ma
chinery repairs 68.65
Frank Stack, road work, man
2-up 7.50
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