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1 I St—It 2nd— Official Proceedings oi the Board ot County Commissioners Ot Steele County. (Continued from page 6) On motion adjournment was until 1:30 p. m. 9ame day. Bal. on hand June 36, 1906 $23433 85 3 Collection July 2d, 1906 188 44 Payments July 2d, 1906 1371 26 Bal. on hand July 2d, 1906 22251 03 -, ... ./..... V-.,..'.-*c,_. ..... .. ...................-t .,,...' A...., ..,,, ... .... ®@®®^®G^(^®^S)®®®®®®SffiS)S)(9Xa)SXS)S)®®®sXs)0^ is Your company-Farmers only. taken AFTERNOON SESSION. The board of county commissioners reconvened at 1:30 p. m. Present—K. S. Sulland, G. O. Johnson, K. A. Johnson, H. N. Horner. On motion the chairman appointed H. N. Horner, G. O. Johnson, K. A. Johnson and himself as a committee to check up the accounts and records of the coun ty treasurer, which work was taken up by the committee and continued until completed, when they reported finding the cash accounts and balances as followa: FINANCIAL STATEMENT OP STEELE COUNTY JULY 2, 1906. $23622 29 $23622 29 Bal. on hand July 2d, 1906 $22251 03 Deposits— First Nat'l Bank of Hope 4425 78 Hope State bank 3877 60 Fipst Nat'l Bank, Einley 4487 30 Sharon State bank 4408 86 Colgate State bank •3523 65 Cash,currency, gold and silver 208 75 Ca?b, dimes, nick els and pennies.... 7 58 Drafts and checks.. 691 35 Moaey orders 14 80 Township orders... .. 36.50 Cash advanced for State Audit'rs dft 565.83 Bal. on tax receipt. 3.85 Cash long. 82 $22251 85 $22251 85 H. N. Horner, G. O. Johnson, K. A. Johnson, K. S. Sulland, Board of County Commissioners Their report was on motion ac cepted and committee discharged. On motion the board adjourned un til 9 o'clock a. m. Thursday, July 1906. Approved July 5, 1906. S.McPherson, County Auditor, Sherbrooke, N. D., July 5,1906 The Board of County Commission ers reconvened at 9 o'clock a. in., pur Buant to adjournment. All present Minutea of the meeting of July 3,1906 read and on motion approved. As a county board of review and equalization the following oath was administered to the several members of the board: State of North Dakota, I County of Steele. K. S. Sulland, G. O. Johnson, 4 It furnishes you Insurance at actual cost you pay for what you get, what you pay for. 3rd—It requires no cash premium until your crop is harvested and you are able to pay. No INTEREST on your note til after due. 4th—Because the company is honestly conducted and managed by officers selected from among your own members, and no funds are used to enrich stockholders, for it has none. A. Johnson, Frank Gray and H. N. Horner, being duly sworn, each for himself doth say: "That I will sup port the constitution of the United States and the constitution of North Dakota, that I will fairly and impar tially perform the duties as a member of the county board of review and equalization of the county of Steele, State of North Dakota, for the year of 1906, so help me God." Signed, K. S. Sulland. G. O. Johnson. K. A. Johnson. Frank Gray. H. N. Horner. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July, 1906. S. McPherson, Auditor. On motion, seconded and carried, K. S. Sulland was chosen chairman of the board of review and equaliza tion. For the purpose of equalization the average value of horses 1 year old was on motion placed at $13, and in creased and decreased in the several assessment districts by the following per centum: Increased—Newburgh, 4 per cent Beaver Creek, 10 per cent Sharon, 32 per cent Enger, 33 per- cent Finley twp., 8i per cent Franklin, 30 per cent Primrose, 11 per cent Edendale, 8i per cent Hugo, 3 per cent. De creased—Westfield, 7 per cent Golden Lake, 7 per cent Sherbrooke, 4 per cent Easton, 7 per cent Greenview, 7 per cent Melrose, 5 per cent: River side, 5 per cent Broadlawn, 7 per cent Colgate, 7 per cent Carpenter, 14 per cent Willow Lake, 2 per cent Finley village, 7 per cent. The average value of horses 2 years old was on motion placed at $20, and increased and decreased in the sev eral districts as follows:' Increased Beaver Creek, 4 per cent Sharon, 35 per cent Enger, 33 & per cent Franklin, 16 per cent Hugo, 11 per cent Melrose, 18 per cent Hope city, 3 per cent Finley village, 7 per cent. Decreased Newburgh, 2 per cent Westfield, 9 per cent Golden Lake, 9 per cent Sherbrooke, 7 per cent Easton, 9 per cent Greenview, 9 per cent: Riverside, 8 per cent Broad lawn, 10 per cent Colgate, 10 per cent Carpenter, 1 per cent Willow Lake, 5 per cent. No change in Finley twp., Primrose and Edendale. Tne average value of horses 3 years old and over was on motion placed at $33 and increased and decreased in the several assessment districts as follows: Increased—Newburgh, 3 per cent: Beaver Creek, 4 percent Sharon, 16 per cent Enger, 16 per cent Finley township, 28 per cent Franklin, 3 per cent: Primrose, 1 per cent Edendale, 3 per cent Hugo, 10 per cent Willow Lake, 10 per cent Hope city, 4 per cent-: Finley village, 19 per cent. De creased—Westfield, 3 per cent Golden Lake, 3 per cent Sherbrooke, 1 per cent Easton, 3 per cent Greenview, percent Riverside, 8 per cent Broad lawn, 3 per cent Colgate, 1 per cent Carpenter, 7 per cent. No change made in Melrose. The average value of stallions kept for service was on motion placed at $125 and increased and decreased in the several assessment districts as (Continued on page 8) iRooms Especially Jfittefc for Customers THse. H. 3 A NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the Estate of Hannah Moote. Deceased: I Notice is hereby given by the undersigned. George Murray. Administrator of the Estate of Hannah Moote, late of the City of Hope, in the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit tnem with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator at his office, in the village of Sherbrooke. in said Steele county. Dated May 16th. A. D. 190C. George Murray, Administrator. First publication on the 17th day of Miiy, A. D. 1906. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Matter of the Estate of i, Mikkel Larsen Deceased Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Ella Larsen. Administratrix of the Estate of Mikkel Larsen late of the Township of Willow Lake in the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against, said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the lirst publication of this notice, to said administra trix at the office of C. S. Shippy, in the City of Hope in said Steele County. Dated May, 22nd. A. D. 1906. Ella Lausisn, Administratrix. First Publication on the 24th day of May. A. D. 1906. HAIL FRIEND! we Again Represent the Alliance Hail Association of Jamestown, N. D. The Company that paid its losses in full the last season at a cost to its members of only 4 per cent and has paid its losses for the past 14 years at an average cost of 4 4-7 per cent. Here area few reasons why you should insure your crop in this company: You can insure in sums of $100.00 to $800.00 on a quarter section and up to $1600.60 on a section, but in no case to exceed $8.00 per acre. MAKE YOUR APPLICATION EARLY OR YOUR NEIGHBOR MAY GET AHEAD OF YOU. The ample capital and sur plus ef this bank, its finan cial po it on and its estab lished reputa tion for conser vative banking methods are a mong the substantial advantages offered to present and prospec tive patrons. To maintain and increase these advantages is the policy of the management. The equipment in every de partment is thorough, modern and efficient. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE. ON YOUR HUNTING TRIP Be sure to be properly equipped—obtain the STEV ENS and you CANNOT GO WKONG. We make RIFLES from $2.25 to $150.00 PISTOLS from 2.50 to 60.00 SHOTGUNS.', from ,7.50to 85.00 Ask your dealer and Insist on our popular make. If you cannot obtain, we ship direct, carriage charges prepaid^ upon receipt of catalog price. Send for 140-pa^e illus- bTING.yc trated catalog*. If inter ested In SHOOTING, ought to have it. 'Mailed for four cents In stamjs to cover postage. Our attractive three-color Aluminum Hanger will be sent anywhere for so cents in stamps. J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO., P.O.Bo*4096 CMcopoe Falls, Haas., V. S. A. Money To Loan On Real Estate M. CASSELL& CO. Sherbrooke. "•tf "r'.cV *, «•. Low 5th—Your assessment is MITED to six per cent., and it may be much less than that. 6th—Hail insurance is as necessary as fire insurance, and more so. There are ten losses in this state by hail where there is one by lire. You may say you have insured several years and have never had a loss. Did you ever stop to think that one crop lost would pay for hail insurance at 4 1-2 per cent, on full rate of $8.00 per acre for TWENTY-FIVE YEARS, and your loss may be this year? It pays to be on the safe side. G. A. 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