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OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
Of the Board of Counsy
Commissioners.
Sherbrooke, N. Dak., July 8th, 1910.
The Board of County Commissioners
reconvened at 9.o'clock A. M. All
members present. Minutes of the meet,
ing of July 7th, 1910 read and on motion
approved.
As a County Board of Equalization
the following oath was administered to
the several members of the Board:
State of North Dakota, County of
Steele, ss:
I, Ole N. Grefsheim, Frank Gray, J.
B. Oxton, K. A. Johnson and K. S.
Su'lland, being duly sworn, each for him
self doth say: that I will support .the
Constitution of the United States and
the Constitution of the State of North
Dakota, that I will fairly and impartially
perform the duties as a member of the
County Board of Review and Equaliza*
tion for the County of Steele, St^te of
North Dakota, for the year 1910. So
help me God.
Signed:—
Ole N. Grefsheim,
Frank Gray,
K. A. Johnson,
J. B. Oxton,
K. S. Sulland.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 8th day of July, 1910.
(Seal)
s.
MCPHERSON,
Auditor, Steele Co., N. D.
On motion Ole N. Grefsheim was
chosen chairman of the Board of Re.
view and Equalization.
For the purpose of Equalization the
average value of Horses one year old as
sessment districts by the following per
centum:
Increased, Enger ,8 per cent Finley,
2 per cent Easton 5 per cent Riverside
2 per cent Broadlawn, 1J per cent. De»
creased, Newburgh, 2 per cent Golden
Lake 9 per cent No change in the other
assessment districts.
The average value of Horses Two
Years Old was on motion fixed at $22.00
and increased in the various assessment,
districts by the following per centum
Newburgh 4 per cent Enger, 11 per
cent Golden Lake 10 per cent Finley 2
per cent Sherbrooke 12 per cent Eas=
ton 4 per cent Hugo. 2 per cent Broad
lawn 10 per cent Colgate 10 per cent
City of Hope, 3 per cent Village of
Finley, 8 per cent 'Village of Sharon 2o
per cent No change made in the other
districts
The average value ot Horses three
Years Old and Over was on motion fix
ed-at $34.00 and. increased and decreased
in the various assessment districts "by:
the following per centum: Increased,
Beaver Creek, 2 per cent Enger, 2 per
cent Finley 1 per cent Easton, 1 per
cent Hugo, so per cent Broadlawn, 3
per cent Colgate 3 per cent City of
Hope, 15 per cent Village of Finley,
25 per cent Village of Sharon, 15
per cent! Decreased, Golden Lake 8
per cent No change made in the other
districts.
The average Value of Stallions kept
for service was on motion fixed at
$150.00 and increased in the various as
sessment districts by the fpllowing per
centum: Newburgh, 25 per cent.
Enger, 20 per cent Finley, 50
per cent Easton, 85 per cent Eden
dale, 200 per cent Riverside 200 per
cent. No change made in the other dis
tricts.
The average value of Cattle One Year
Old was on motion fixed at $4.00 and
increased in Enger 34 per cent. No
change made in the other assessment
districts.
The average value of Cattle Two
Years Old was on motion fixed at $8.00
and increased and decreased in the var=
ious assessment districts by the follow
ing per centum': Increased, Enger 15 per
cent Broadlawn, 14 per cent Decreased
Riverside, 3 per centVillage of Finley,
6 per cent No change made in the other
assessment districts.
The average value of Cows Three
Years Old and Over was on motion fix.
ed at $9.00 and increased and decreased
in the various assessment districts by
the following per centum: Increased
Newburgh, 2 per cent Colgate 2 per
cent Decreased, Beaver Creek 18 per
cent Golden Lake, 30 per cent Hugo,
2 per cent No change made in the
other districts.
Work Oxen in Finley Twp. was on
:motion ordered stricken from assess
ment roll.
The average value of all other cattle
'three years old and over was on motion
fixed at $15.00 and increased in the var.
ious assessment disricts by the follow'
ing per centum: Newburgh, 5 per cent
Beaver Creek, 2 per cent Westfield 7
per cent Enger, 25 per cent Finley
76 per cent Sherbrooke, 66 per cent
City of Hope, 66 per cent Village of
Finley, 66 per cent. No change made in
the other assessment districts.
No change made in the assessed value
of mules One and Two years Old.
Uhe average value of mules, three
years old and over was on motion fixed
at $34.00 and increased and decreased in
the various assessment districts by the
following per centum: Increased, Beav
er Creek, 2 per cent Westfield, 2 per
cent Riverside, 13 per cent Broadlawn,
3 per cent City of Hope, 7 per cent.
Decreased, Golden Lake 8 per cent. No
change made in the other assessment
districts.
The average value of Sheep was on
motion fixied at $150 and increased and
.. decreased in the various assessment dis
tricts by the following per centum:
Increased, Newburgh, 24 per cent
Beaver Creek, 50 per cent West,
ifield, 13 per cent Sharon, 30 per
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cent Enger 50 per cent Finley 25 per
cent Franklin, 50 per cent Easton, 50
per cent Greenview 50 per cent Mel
rose, 5 per cent Riverside, 200 per cent
Carpenter, 20 per cent Decreased, Hugo
48 per cent Broadlawn, 4 per cent.
The average value of Hogs was on
motion fixed at $2.50 and increased and
decreased in the several assessment dis.
tricts by the following percentum: In,
-creased, Sharon 12 per cent Enger, 50
per cent Finley 50 per cent Primrose,
II per cent Sherbrooke, 18 per cent
Easton, 35.per cent Hugo, 16 per cent
Melrose, 20 per cent Carpenter,
17 per cent Beaver Creek, 17 per cent
Melrose, 20 per cent Willow Lake 63
per cent City of Hope 50 per cent
Village of Finley, 95 per cent Decreased
Newburgh, 17 per cent Beaver Creek
17 per cent Golden Lake 25 per cent
-Westfield 17 per cent Golden Lake, 25
per cent Franklin, 4 per cent
Greenview, 14 per cent Edendale,
4 per cent Riverside, 17 per
cent Broadlawn, 17 per cent Col.
Franklin, 4 per cent Greenview, 14 per
cent Edendale, 4 per cent Riverside 17
per cent Broadlawn, 17 per cent Col
gate, 18 per cent Village of Sharon 20
per cent.
The average value of Sleighs and
Sleds was on motion fixed at $5.00 and
increased and decreased in the varioifs
assessment districts by the following per
centum: Increased, Newburgh, 13 per
cent Easton, 15 per cent 'Edendale 5
per cent Hugo, 10 per cent Colgate, 10
per cent Village of Finley 114 per cent.
Decreased, City of Hope, 37 per cent
No change made in the other assessment
districts.
On motion adjournment was taken un.
til 1130 P. M. same day.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
The Board of Review and Equaliza
tion reconvened at 1:3o P. M. All mem.
bers present.
The assessed valuation of Automobiles
was on motion raised 50 per cent in
Melrose and 50 per cent in Finley Vill.
age. Deceased, 15 per cent in Beaver
Creek and 25 per cent in Sherbrooke.
No change made in the other assessment
districts.
,-B. A. Cumming of Melrose Twp. was
on motion assessed one Automobile at
valuation of $40.00, the same having
been omitted by the assessor.
The average value of Wagons, Car
riages and other wheeled Vehicles was
on motion fixed at $10.00 and increased
and decreased in the various as
sessment districts by the following
per centum Increased, Newburgh
10 per cent Westfield, 2 per
cent Enger. tq per cent Golden Lake.
i. per i-eiit Sherbrooke, 6 ijcl eni
Kasion. per cent City ol Hope 8 per
cent: Village of Jsinley 90 per cent. De
creased, Colgate 1 per cent Village of
Sharcn, 11 p«*-.centV"- Jvo change made
in the other districts.
The average value of Melodeons, Or.
gans and other musical instruments was
on motion fixed at $10.00 and increased
and decreased in the several assessment
districts by the following per centum:
Newburgh, 55 per cent Westfield, 100
per cent Sharon, 100 per cent Enger,
100 per cent Finley, 100 per cent
Franklin, 100 per cent Primrose, 100
per cent Sherbrooke, 80 per cent East
on, 100 per cent Edendale 100 per cent
Melrose, 100 per cent Colgate, 100 per
cent Willow Lake, 100 per cent City
of Hope, 20 per cent Village of Sharon
100 per cent Village of Finley 87 per
cent. No change made in the other dis,
tricts.
The average value of Pianos was on
motion fixed at $50.00 and increased and
decreased in the various assessment dis
tricts by the following per centum: In
creased, Sharon 25 per cent Enger, 25
per cent Finley, 150 per cent Franklin
4 per cent Primrose, 25 per cent Sher
torooke 3 per cent Easton, 54 per cent
Greenview, 7 per cent Edendale, 90 per
cent Colgate,. 5 per cent Gty of Hope,
1 per cent Village of Finley, 135 per
cent Village of Sharon," 1 per cent. De
creased,. Newburgh, 2 per cent Beaver
Creek, 10 per cent Melrose, 6 per cent
No change made in the other assessment
districts.
The valuation of Household Furniture
was on motion increased and decreased
in the various assessment districts by
the following per centum: Increased,
Newburgh, 35 per cent Beaver Creek,
20 per cent Westfield, 10 per cent
Sharon, 50 per cent Enger, 70 per cent
Golden Lake, 20 per cent Finley 30
per cent Franklin, 30 per cent Prim
rose, 25 per cent Easton, 100 per cent
Greenview, 80 per cent Edendale, 15
per cent Hugo, 5 per cent Melrose,
60 per cent Riverside, 45 per cent
Broadlawn, 100 per cent Carpenter, 25
per cent Willow Lake, 100 per cent
City of Hope, 12 per cent. Decreased
Sherbrooke, 20 per cent. No change
made in the other districts.
The average of agricultural tools, im,
plements and machinery was onmotion
fixed at ..6.00 and increased and de,
creased in the various assessment dis
tricts by the following per centum: In.
creased, Newburgh, 8 per cent Beaver,
Creek, 32 per cerit Westfield, 7 Per cent
Sharon, 10 per cent Finley, 82 per
cent Franklin, 8 per cent Primrose,
per cent Sherbrooke, 15 per cent East
on, 9 per cent Greenview, 7 per cent
Hugo, 7 per c.ent Broadlawn,
9 per cent Carpenter, 230 per
cent Willow Lake, 82 per cent
Decreased, Golden Lake, 3 per cent
Edendale, 14 per cent Melrose, 16 per
cent Riverside, 11 per cent Colgate, 6
per cent. No change made in the other
assessment districts.
The average value of thresing ma
chines, separators and, horse powers was
on motion fixed at $100.00 and increased
and decreased in the various assessment
districts by the following per centum
Increased, Newburgh, 40 per cent
Westfield, 5 per cent Sharon, 100 per
cent Enger, 43 per cent Finley, 28
per cent Franklin, 100 per cent Prim,
rose, 55 per cent Sherbrooke, 33 1.3per
cent Easton, 25 per cent Greenview, 33
per cent Edendale, 25 per cent Melrose
33 i=3 per cent Colgate 1 per cent
Carpenter, 60 per cent Village of Finley
248 per cent Village of Sharon, 50 per
cent. Decreased, Beaver Creek, 11 per
cent Hugo, 6 per cent Willow Lake 33
1-3 per cent. No change made in the
Other assessment districts.
The average value of steam engiiies
and boilers was on motion fixed at $200...
00 and increased and decreased in the
various assessment districts by the fol.
lowing per centum Increased, New
burgh, .30 per cent Beaver Creek, 3 per
cent Westfield, 8 per cent Sharon, 100
per cent Enger, 54 per cent Golden
Lake, 9 per cent Finley, 119 per cent
Franklin, 135 per cent Primrose, 37
per cent Sherbrooke, 66 2.3 per cent
Easton, 100 per cent Greenview, 31 per
cent Edendale, 13 per cent Hugo, 36
per cent Melrose, 16 2=3 per cent Col
gate, 14 per cent Carpenter, no per
cent City of Hope, 33 1=3 per cent
Village of Finley, 220 per cent Village
of Sharon, 130 per cent. Decreased,
Broadlawn, 5 per cent. No change made
in the other districts.
No change made in the assessed val
uation of Gasoline Engines.
No change made in the assessed val*
uation of Diamonds, watches and Jewel.
ry-
The valuation of Goods and Merchan
dise was on motion Increased 10 per
cent in Melrose and 20 per cent in Vill.
age of Finley. No change made in the
other districts.
No change made in the assessed val.
uation of manufactured materials, manu
factured articles, and manufactures tools
and implements.
On motion adjournment was taken
until 9 o'clock A. M. July 9th, 1910.
S. McPHERSON,
County Auditor.
Sherbrooke, N. D., July 9th, 1910.
The Board of Review and Equaliza.
tion reconvened at 9 o'clock A. M. pur.
suant to adjournment. All members
present. Minutes of the meeting of
July 8th, 1910 read and on motion ap
proved.
No change made in the assessed val.
uation of moneys and credits.
On motion the assessed value of 'Bank
Stock was fixed at 40 per cent of the
net valuation for each bank.
On motion the assessed value of
Bonds and Stocks was fixed at.30 per
ent of the net valuation.
No change made in the assessed value
of Stock and Furniture of Sample
Rooms. I-uiicli ('.iimtei •, & el.
lie asiesed wiliialiuu elc\:a.W\
wa.N on 11101 ion Increased 5 per cent in
b.aston and 10 per cent in Village 0!
Finley and decreased 10 per cent in City
'of Hope: No change made in Melrose
and Colgate.
The assessor in Village of Finley not
having entered upon the assessment
roll the elevators in his district they
were on motion ordered placed upon as,
sessment roll as follows: Cargill Eleva
tor Co., One elevator at a valuation of
S1600.00 The Finley Farmers Elevator
1To, One elevator at a valuation of
S1600.00. The Northwestern Elevator Co
One elevator at a valuation of $1600.00
St. Anthony and Dakota Elevator Co.,
One elevator at a valuation of $1900.00.
No change made in the assessed val.
uation of Improvements on U. S. or
R. R. Lands.
No change made in the assessed val.
uation of all other personal property not
included in the 27 preceding Items.
The assessed valuation of Farm Lands
exclusive of structures was on motion
Increased and decreased in the various
assessment districts by the following
per centum Increased, Beaver Creek, 20
per cent Sharon, 12 1-2 per cent En.
ger, 33 per cent Golden Lake, 25 per
cent Franklin, 1 per cent Primrose, 28
per cent Edendale, 30 per cent Hugo,
per cent Riverside, 10 per cent
Broadlawn, 3 per cent Willow Lake, 11
per cent City of Hope, unplatted por.
tion, 15 per cent Village of Sharon,
unplatted portion, 5 per cent Decreased,
Greenview, 2 per cent. No change made
in the other assessment districts.
On motion adournment was taken un.
til 1:30 P. M. same day.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
The Board of' Review and Equaliza.
tion reconvened at 1:30 P. M. All
members present.
The assessed valuation of Structures
on Farm Lands was on motion increas
ed in the various assessment districts by
the following per centum: Newburgh, 12
per cent Sharon, 30 per cent Enger 25
per cent Finley 65 per cent Primrose
5 per cent Edendale, 20 per cent River,
side 50 per cent Broadlawn, 10 per
cent Carpenter 5 per cent Willow
Lake 400 per cent. No change made in
the other assessment districts.
F. W. Ehred, Chas. Chalmers and
D. D. Curfman appeared before the
Board in regard to assessment of Lots
and Structures in City of Hope.
The value of Structures on City Lots
in Hope wap on motion decreased 10 per
cent no cnange made in the other as,
sessment districts.
No change made in the assessed valu
ation of City Lots exclusive of struc.
tures.
Having completed the duties as a
Board of Review and Equalization, tnin
utes of the meeting of this date read
and on motion approved.
I
S. McPHERSON,
County Auditor.
The Board on motion adjourned as a
Board of Review and Equalization and
convened as a regular Board of County
Commissioners.
On motion duly seconded and carried
the following sums of money were voted
(Continued on Page Four.)
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1910
All our White Lawn, Lace
and Silk Shirtwaists
33 1-3 °|o Discount
ummer Clearance Sale
Large assortment of Ru mmer Wash Goods, consisting of Oriental
Silks, Tussina Silks, Pa^ xn Foulards, China Plaids, Hajor Silks, etc.
etc., Going at 33 jer cent Discount.
Sumtr/r Wash Dresses
We' have a large number of stylish
wash dresses, in white and colors, nicely
made and trimmed, all this summer styles
Ranging in prices from $4.00 to $7.50
Going at just ONE-THIRD FROM REGULAR PRICES
This means that you can buy a $4.00 dress for 2.67, a
$6.00 dress for 4.00
Come in and look them over, you will be sure to
find something that will please you.
Kraabel & Kraabel
MID-SUMMER
Clearance Sale
Thin Wash Goods-Batistes, Flaxons, Swisses,
Mulls, etc. Values from 18 cts. to 40 cts.
Your Choice for 15 cents.
Ladies' White Muslin Skirts, $3.00 values
for $2.25, $2.25 for $1.75, $1.50 for $1.00.
Ladies' and Children's Low Shoes-not all
sizes, good values $3 shoes at $2.25, $2 at $1.50.
There area dozen and a half white shirt
waists, sizes 34-35-38. These go at COST.
Big values in short lengths of Ging-
hams, Prints, etc
We are headquarters for Warner's Rust Proof Corset, also
Gossard Front Lace Corset.
R. S. HURST
General Merchandise.
ffifSIf®8
1 .,2*
Oxfords a. rid Pomps
Ladies', Misses' and Chilbren's
Oxfords and Pomps, A good assort
ment to select from, at prices rang
ing 25 to 50 percent Discount from
regular prices.
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