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The Hope pioneer. (Hope, N.D.) 1882-1964, July 12, 1906, Image 8

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Now Is The Time
To Put up a Wind Mill
O. G. MAJOR & SONS
Carry Two Of The Old Reliable Makes,
Monitor and Goodhue,
We also carry the most complete
line of Tanks and Pumps in the
city. If you want anything in the
above line give us a call and wre can
save you money.
Hope Roller Mills
«^F
Merchant and Exchange Work.
All grades ot flour and feed In stock at all
I times. Grist grinding for farmers receives
I spec/a/
attention.
New Dray Line. I
Having recently purchased the draying business of F. E. /It
Vadnie, I am prepared to do all kinds of carting* and moying.
C»Hs attended promptly, and goods removed without risk
ollnjwy.
rv
Garden Plowing Qlven Special Attention.
Your patronage respectfully solicited
ftMlMMMMlMMMltl/MJMWmiLMMWWMfli
We are the sole agents for the celebrated-
Ivory Wood Fiber Plaster
Write us a postal card and
we will mail you our 1900
catalog—it is full of good
things. Northern grown
seed corn, grass seeds, brom
us inarmis, millets, timothy,
A clover, redtop. blue grass
fl-'llftf IM seed wheat, Russian flax.
speltz, barley, spring rye,
Dwarf Essex rape, etc.
THE LA MOUR SEED HOUSE,
fE. A. Bennett, Prop. LaMoure, N. D.
FOB SALE: My residence prop
erty in Hope. DR. M. C. JOHN
STON, Aberdeen, S. Dak.
Two bed room suits for sale—
A. Myer. ,r
—the very best plaster on the market.
This plaster requires no sand and is already for
use when you get it from us. This plaster is composed
of wood fiber, which gives it flexibility, toughness,
lightness and strength, and the composition is such
that nails can be driven into it and withdrawn the same
in wood. It is a non-conductor of sound, electricty,
heat and cold, and will make a hard smooth wall. It is
a proof against damage by water, and is not injured by
freezing. It finishes naturally in a beautiful white, but
readily takes decorative substances, such as paints,
kalsomines and fresco colors. In fact it is the very
best plaster on the market. Call on our agent for book
let
For Sale'Only
by
The
Beidler Robinson Lumber
Company.
F. N. GILMORE, Agent
MARKET REPORT
WHEAT
No. 1 Northern
2
3
4
Rejected
69
07
Of)
cts.
FLAX
$1 00
Official Proceedings ol the Board
ot County Commissioners
Ot Steele County. :i
(Continued from page 7)
follows: Increased—Newburgh, 51 per
cent Sharon, 150 per cent Finley
township, 100 per cent Primrose, 25
per cent Sherbrooke, 25 per cent
Easton, 06 2-3 per cent Hugo, 150 per
cent Riverside, 212 per cent Carpen
ter, 25 per cent Willow Lake, 25 per
cent. Decreased—Westfield, 1C 2-3 per
cent Greenview, 16 2-3 per cent Mel
rose, 16 2-3 per cent. No change made
in Broadlawn,'Hope city and Finley
village.
The average value of cattle 1 year
old was on motion placed at $4 and in
creased and decreased in the several
assessment districts as follows: In
creased—Beaver Creek, 31 per cent
Sharon, 37 per cent Enger, 9 per
cent Finley twp., 32 per cent Frank
lin, 34 per cent Edendale, 33 1-3 per
cent Hugo, 5 per cent. Decreased—
Melrose. 15 per cent: Riverside, 3 per
cent: Broadlawn, 20 per cent. No
change made in Newburgh, Westfield,
Golden Lake, Primrose, Sherbrooke,
Easton, Greenview, Colgate, Carpen
ter, Willow Lake and Finley village.
The average value of cattle 2 -ye%rs
old was on motion placed at $8 and
increased and decreased in the several
assessment districts as follows: In
creased Beaver Creek, 13 per cent
Sharon, 60 per cent Enger, 7 per
cent Golden Lake, 14 per cent: Fin
ley twp., 30 per cent Franklin, 35 per
cent Primrose, 14 per cent Edendale,
14 per cent Hugo, 14 pet" cent Car
penter, 14 per cent. Decreased—Eas
ton, 8 per cent Melrose, 5 per cent
Riverside, 2 per cent Broadlawn, 20
per cent Hope city, 6 per cent. No
change in Newburgh, Westfield, Sher
brooke, Greenview, Colgate, Willow
Lake, and Finley village.
The average value of cows 3 years
old and over was on motion placed at
$10 and increased and decreased in
the several assessment districts as
follows: Increased—Beaver Creek, 2
per cent Sharon, 25 per cent: Enger,
5 per cent Finley twp., 23 per cent
Franklin, 25 per cent Primrose, 2 per
cent Edendale, 9 per cent. Decreased
Hugo, 2 per cent Riverside, 16 per
cent Carpenter, 17 per cent: Hope
city, 17 per cent Finley village, 12 per
cent. No change made in Newburgh,
Westfield, Golden Lake, Sherbrooke,
Easton, Greenview, Melrose, Broad
lawn, Celgate and Willow Lake.
The average value of all other cat
tie 3 years old and over was on mo
tion placed at $12 and increased and
decreased in the various assessment
districts as follows: Increased—Bea
ver Creek, 4 per cent Sharon, 22 per
cent Enger, 14 per cent Franklin, 20
per cent Easton, 9 per cent Edendale.
13 per cent Hugo, 10 per cent Willow
Lake 20 per cent. Decreased—New
burgh, 4 per cent Westfield, 14 per
cent Greenview, 14 per cent Carpen
ter, 3 per cent. No change made in
Golden Lake, Finley twp., Primrose
Sherbrooke, Melrose, Riverside and
Colgate.
No change made in the assessed val
uation of work oxen.
The average value of mules 1 year
old was on motion placed at $12 and
increased and decreased in the var
ous assessment districts as follows:
Increased—Franklin, 20 per cent. De
creased—Sharon, 20 per cent Finley
village, 4 per cent. No change made
in Beaver Creek.
The average value of mules 2 years
old was on motion placed at $20 and
increased and decreased in the several
assessment districts as follows: In
creased—Franklin, 25 per cent. De
creased—Newburgh, 6 per cent Gold
en Lake, 9 per cent Sherbrooke, 9 per
cent Easton, 9 per cent Finley vil
lage, 20 per cent. No change made in
.Primrose.
The average value of mules 3 years
old and over was on motion placed at
$33 and increased and decreased in
the various assessment districts as'
follows? Increased—Westfield, 10 per
cent: Sharon. 10 per cent Finley twp.,
32 per cent Franklin, 65 per cent
Primrose, 4 per cent Edendale, 4 per
cent Hugo, 10 percent: Melrose, 2 per
cent Broadlawn, 10 per cent Colgate,
3 per cent Willow Lake, 10 per cent
Finley village, 165 per cent. De
creased—Newburgh, 3 per cent Gold
en Lake, 3 per cent Sherbrooke, 4
per cent: Easton, 3 per cent Green
view, 3 per cent Riverside, 10 per
cent Carpenter, 6 per cent. No change
made in Beaver Creek.
The average value of sheep was on
motion placed at $1 and increased and
decreased in the various assessment
districts as follows: Increased—Fin
ley twp., 12 per cent. Decreased—
Westfield, 20 per cent Easton, 22 per
cent Greenview, 18 per cent Melrose,
33 1-3 per cent Riverside, 20 per cent
Broadlawn, 24 per cent Carpenter,
20 per cent. No change made in New
burgh, Beaver Creek, Sharon, Enger,
Golden Lake, Franklin, Primrose,
Edendale, Hugo and Willow Lake,
The average value of hogs was on
motion fixed at $2 and increased and
decreased in the various assessment
districts as follows: Increased—En
ger, 31 per cent Finley twp., 48 per
cent Franklin, 15 per cent Easton,
48 per cent Edendale, 15 per cent
Hugo, 15 per cent Willow Lake, 15
per cent. Decreased—Newburgh, 12
per cent Sharon, 23 per cent Prim
rose, 2 per cent Sherbrooke, 16 per
cent Greenview, 40 per cent: Melrose,"
9 per cent Riverside, 11 per cent
Broadlawn, 33 1-3 »er cent Colgate,
15 per cent Carpenter, 7 per cent.
No change made in Beaver Creek,
Westfield, Golden Lake and Finley'
village.
The average value of sleighs and
sleds was on motion fixed at $5 and
increased and decreased in the various
assessment districts as follows: In
creased—Newburgh, 18 per cent: Bea
ver Creek, 60 per cent Sharon, 70 per
cent Finley twp., 13 per cent: Frank
lin, 10 per oent Primrose, 12 per cent
Sherbrooke, 4 per cent Hugo, 2 per
Willow Lake, 3 per cent. Decreased—
Greenview, 19 per cent Hope city,
331-3 per cent. No change made in
Westfield, Enger, Golden Lake, Eas
ton, Edendale, Melrose, Broadlawn,
Carpenter and Finley village.
The average value of wagons, car
riages and other wheeled vehicles was
on motion fixed at $11 and increased
and decreased in the various assess
ment districts as follows: Increased—
Newburgh, 10 per cent Sharon, 40 per
cent Enger, 13 per cent Finley twp.,
83 per cent Franklin, 77 per cent Ed
dendale, 10 per cent Hugo, 13 per
cent Melrose, l2 per cent Broadlawn,
6 per cent Finley village, 16 per cent.
Decreased Westfield, 2 per cent
Primrose, 10 per cent Sherbrooke, 18
per cent Greenview, 34 per cent Riv
erside, 20 per cent Colgate, 14 per
cent Carpenter, 10 per cent Willow
Lake, 9 per cent Hope city, 47 per
cent. No change made in Beaver
Creek. Golden Lake and Easton.
On motion made, seconded and car
ried adjournment was taken until 9
o'clock a. m. July 6, 1906.
S. McPherson,
Oounty Auditor.
(Continued next week)
State Fair Stock Show
The big cattle and horse breed
ing associations of the country
are taking an active interest in
Fargo's state fair to be held July
23-28. Everything is in readi
ness for the big event and many
have signified their intention of
preparing to exhibit their stock
at that time.
The lai'ge amount in prizes is
attractive. No other fair west of
the twin cities has had the en
couragement of the growers and
breeders of stock as the Fargo
association has, and it is the
idea of the management to build
up this department and make it
one of the most important fea
tures of the fair from year to
year.
All buildings are completed
and painted. The race course is
in fine shape, and horsemen are
using it daily in getting their
horses in shape for the coming
races, which will be the best held
in the state by long odds. Much
credit is due Secretary Wilson
for his perfect plans for the con
struction of the fine track.
Fargo merchants and merchants
and manufacturers from nearly
every town in the state are mak
ing the final preparations for the
placing of exhibits in their re
spective spaces in the various
buildings. The street railway
company runs cars right to the
grounds and is now engaged in
carrying freight exhibits, saving
drayage, unloading and packing,
which is found to be of great con
venience.
In the machinery hall the ex
hibits will nearly all be in motion,
arrangements being made for
power, which will enhance the
interest of the exhibits, the larg
est of the kind shown in the
w'est, as the big thresher and
harvester companies have here
tofore refused to exhibit at state
and county fairs.
Reduced rates will be given on
all railroads. Accommodations
will be ample, and an informa
tion bureau has been established
which .will have listed a large
number of rooms in private resi
dences at reasonable rates.
Learn Mechanical Drawing.
Every mechanic who desires to
increase his salary and impove'
his position must have a know]
edge of drawing. The Interna-!
tional Correspondence Schoolsi
can instruct yon at home with
out interfering with your regu
lar work. See the representative
at Carpenter & Warner's store.
1 Carriage/
Paints
"The Old Originar.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that
bhe annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Colgate Farmers'
Elevator Co. will be held at Col
gate, N. Dak. in the Town Hall at
me o'clock P. M. July 9th for
the purpose of electing directors
ind transacting such other bus
ness as may legally come before
the meeting.
Signo Vinces
Signo Vinces, the celebrated
rotter, owned by Burgess &
ijukyn of Mankato, Minn., is one
•f the best breed trotting stallr
ons in this part of the country,
lecord 2:27£. Parties wanting
v:ood first class trotting stock
will make no mistake in using
this horse. Terms: $15 to insure
with foal. He will stand at the
following places: Saturday, Hope
Wednesday, Colgate and the bal
ance of the week at Ervine Gil
more's farm twelve miles south
west of Hope. 7tf
You don't have to be a painter or a "handy man" to make your buggies,
sleighs and carriages look like new if you use Neal's Carriage Paints.
No practical skill is required with Neal's CarriageJ'aints, because
no varnishing is necessary whole Job done at one operation.
Dries hard in a short time with a brilliant, glossy finish afld
rich color. Good for many things besides carriages.
Midc by
Acme White Le«d & Color Works, Detroit, Mich.
I JOHN J. WAMBERQ,
The Druggist.
LONEY'S
Third Canadian
Excursion
Leaves
VALLEY CITY
on
via. The SOO LINE.
early and call on or write as. LONEY, HOPE, N. D.,
for full particulars, maps, railroad rates etc.
This will be one of the finest trips of the season
and will take in a wide scope of country. No better op
portunity will be offered for seeing the GREAT NORTH
WEST and getting an opportunity for a good invest
ment.
Come early and leave orders for tickets.
Jas. Loney.
G. W. Foster, President.
Geo. W. Cole, Secretary,
NOTICE TO STOCK HOLDERS.
The regular annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Blabon
Farmers' Elevator Co. will be
held in Blabon, N. Dak., on July
11, 1906, at 2 o'clock P. M. at
vhich time such business will be
ransacted as may come before
he meeting.
t2 T. G. ANDERSON, Secy.
N E A S
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7tH,
Get In Line
Will
You
Build
This Season
I
If so it will pay you to
investigate the new Con
crete Stone End Brick
which we will manufac
ture this season. The
materfal is conceded by
all building experts to be
far better than brick both
in appearance and dura
bility. See us for Prices
an E at
Finn & Craswell,
Hope, N. D.
FAIRVIEW" is the name of
a little Western magazine pub
lished at Tacoma, Wash by the
Fairview Pub. Co. It is a "Mag
zine of Good Nature for Saints,
Sinners and Us," containing
breezy Western stories, comment
on some patent truths, and is a
clear echo of the call of the great,
wonderful West. Fifty cents a
year after June 1, $1.00. Sample
copies, 10 cents.

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