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BOARD OF CO. COMMISSIONERS.
(Continued from 3rd page.) and the establishing of precincts of the same numbers as above set forth and establishing of precincts Nos. 31 and 32, there is no change made in the voting precincts heretofore established. The roll being called on the above resolution, Commissioners Welch and Johnson voted yes, Commissioner Swett voted no. On motion the following named per sons were appointed inspectors of elec tion at till election to be held Nov. 4, 1902. Prectaat No. 1—All that portion of the city of Bimarck lying west of the center line of Fourth street and south of the township line between townships 138 and 139 to vote at the Dewey house, P. F. Wilcox, sr., inspector. Precinct No. 2—All that portion of the city of Bisonanck lying between the •center line of Fourth street and the •center line of Seventh street and south of the township line between township 138 and 139 to vote at the court house, Frank Donnelly, inspector. Precinct No. 3—All of township 138, range 80, outside of the cdity of Bis marck and outside of Fort Rice reser vation to vote at the school house on section 27, Norman McDonald, inspec tor. Precinct No. 4—Apple Creek, town ship, vote at school house on section 9. Precinct No. 5—Boyd township, vote at the school house on section 28. Precinct No. 6—Logan township, vote at the school house on section 28. Precinct No. 7—Townships 137 and 138, range 75 and 76, vote at the White school house, L. D. Bailey, Inspector. Precinct No. 8—Township 137, range 77, vote at the school house, Elvin Hoover, inspector. Precinct No. 9—Telfer township, vote at the school house on section 27. Precinct No.-10—Township 137, range 79. vote at the school house on section 10, David Sullivan, inspector. Precinct No. 11—Fort Rice school district, vote at the school house on section 11, Thos. Asbridge, inspector. Precinct No. 12—That portion of the city of Bismarck in township 139, range 80, to vote at the high school building, C. A. Burton, inspector. Precinct No. 13—That 'portion of township 139, range 80, outside of the city of Bismarck, also that portion of township 139, range 81, east of the Missouri river, vote at the Hay Creek school house, W. O. Ward, inspector. Precinct No. 14—Township 139, range 79, vote at ^ie new school house, C. O. Engdahl, inspector. Precinct No. 15—Menoken township, vote at the school house near the N. P. depot Precinct No. 16—Township 139, range 77, vote tat the McKenzie school house, C. D. Rodgers, inspector. Precinct No. 17—Township 139, range 76, amd east one-half of township 140, range 76, vote at Sterling school house, Wm. Bratton, inspector. Precinct No. 18—Townships 139 and 140, range 75, vote at the school house in Driseoll, James Galloway, inspector* Precinct No. 19—Township 140, range 77, and west one-half of township 140, range 76, vote at school house in, township 140, range 77, John W. Rod gers, inspector. Precinct No. 20—Township 140, range 78, vote at the school house in Francis township, M. A. Ediberg, inspector. Precinct No. 21—Township 140, range 79, vote at the school house, August Solberg, sr., inspector. Precinct No. 22—Township 140, range 80, vote at school house, Ole Sather, inspector. Precinct No. 23—Township 140, range 81, vote at the school house, Wm. Wilton, inspector. Precinct No. 24—Townships 143 and 144, range 78 and 79, vote at Grass Lake school house, Amon Thor, in spector. Precinct No. 25—Townships 141, 142, 143 and 144, ranges 75, 76 and 77, vote at Field's ranch, C. F. Schrunk, in spector. Precinct No. 26—Township 142, range 78, vote at the Ghylin school house, Eric Ghylin, inspector. Precinct No. 27—EJcklund township, vote at school house No. 1. Precinct No. 28—Painted Woods township, vote at the school house. Precinct No. 29—Glenview township and that portion of township 141, range 81, east of the Missouri river, vote at the school house on section 34, town ship 141, range 80. Precinct No. 30—Township 141, range 79, vote at the school house, Chas. A. Johnson, inspector. Precinct No. 31—All that portion of •, the city of Bismarck lying east of Sev •. enth street and south of the township line between township 138 and 139, vote at EL G. Smith's blacksmith shop, R. H. Penwarden, inspector. Precinct No. 32—Township 141, range 78, vote at the house of Peter A. Swenaon, Peter A. Swenson, inspector. The roll beSLng called on the above motion, Commissioners Welch and Johnson voted yes Commissioner Swett voted no. ,v Ott motion the board adjourned until 10 o'clock a. m., Sept. 8, 1902. ?«. Bismarck, Sept 3,1902 •^Board met pursuant to adjournment, ^.Present: Hp HE weather is changeable at this season, and the styles are change able at all seasons, but we are prepared to meet all changes in both Seasonable and Stylish Goods Swett and Johnson. The following communication was re ceived: Bismarck, N. D., Sept. 2,1902. Jo the Honorable Board of County Commissioners of Burleigh County,, North Dakota: The undersigned hereby offers to Burleigh county, North Daikota, the sum of $225 for deeds of the county's interest covering all taxes to date for the following described property in Burleigh county, North Dakota: Lots 7 and 8, block 30 lots 5 and 6, block 56 lots 11 and 12, block 58 original plat to city of Bismarck lots 12, 17, 24, 26 and 27, Lounsberry's outlots to the city of Bismarck, N. D. 'V-: IN .' E. H. WILSON. On motion the above offer was ac cepted: On motion the offer of John C. Swett to pay $14 for the county's interest in lots 5, 6, 10,11, 12,13 and 14, block 26, MctKenzie's addition to the city of Bis marck, was accepted and the auditor was instructed to issue a deed for the same. On motion the following bills were allowed: Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co., lumiber $ Fannie Dunn, postage ex -... Fannie Dunn, rent superintend ent of schools R. L. Best, mdse poor Geo. A. Welch, salary county commissioner John C. Swett, salary county commissioner G. W. Johnson, salary county commissioner We have just laid in th& largest and most complete stock we have ever carried, in ail the latest styles, both as to cut and fabrics, and are offering them At the Lowest Prices at which it is possible to sell goods of equal quality. The curious as well as the prospective purchaser will be treated with uniform courtesy. We want your I trade and are willing to give you our best service. Corne in and inspect our goods and prices. E. E. SEM LI NG & CO. BISMARCK, N. D. 69.74 19.50 13.00 5.35 19.00 25.30 On motion the board adjourned un til 2 o'clock p. m., Oct. 6, 1902. W. S. MOORHOUSE, Contv Auditor. A BOY'S WILD RIDE FOR LIFE. With family around expecting him to die, and a son riding for life, 18 miles, to get Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds, W. H. Brown, of Leesville, Ind., endured death's agonies from asthma, but this wonderful medicine gave instant relief and soon cured him. He writes: "I now sleep soundly every night" Like marvelous cures of consumption, pneu monia, bronchitis, coughs, colds and grip prove its matchless merit for all throat and lung troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at P. C. Remington's drug store. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? A correspondent writes the Forum from Oakes as follows: "Editor Smith, has announced his candidacy for the legislature. He was a candi date for county auditor but Was switched and will try to go tc^ Bis marck where he holies to work 'out a federal job for himself. vTn a late is^ sue of his paper he has considerable to say on the senatorehip and speaks highly of all the candidates who have been mentioned against Senator Hans brough, placSng Cowan first in his list. This puts Smith iii a position, should he go to the hoiue to deal with a large number of aspiring statesmen. Smith's paper is known to be the official organ of Congressman Marshall -and there are those here wiho see in this recent declaration of the Oakes editor an ar gument ton favor of Marshall's candt-. dacy again** McCumtoer two years hence.. According to tills view of the case Smith, should he gb to the house, and the other votes from Dickey oopnty this au thoritative announcement of the posi tion of Dickey county been made last spring it would have cut quite a figure in the late convention. Hensbrough's county was the first in the state to elect delegates and they were known to be for Marshall and Spalding. Hans brough's Inter-Ocean has also been in line for Marshall. Now that Mar shall's editor is out for anybody to beat Hansbrough there is considerable com ment among leadftng politicians as to what it means. NOT DOOMED FOR LIFE. "I was treated for three years by good doctors,'' writes W. A. Geer, Mc Connellsville, O., "for piles and fistula, buit, when all failed, Buckletn's Arnica Salve cured me in. two weeks." Cures burns, bruises, cuts, corns, sores, erup tions, s&trheum, piles or no pay. 25c at P. C. Remington's djug store. SPECIAL RATES VIA "THE .MIL- WAUKEE." Indianapolis and return .$18.50 Dayton, 0., and return 20.75 Springfield, O., and return 21.25 Columbus, O., and return 21.85 Sandusky, O., and return 21.75 Cincinnati and Louisville .... 21.50 On sale Sept 9th, lfith and 23d, good for thirty days. Similar rates to many other Indiana and Ohio points. Special one way /colonist rates to California, $32.90 'during September and October. Write for particulars. fV. B. DIXON, Northwestern PaSsenerg Agent, Paul, Minn. 25.00 Buck- On motion the offer of G. W. ley to pay $3.07 to settle the taxes on lot 20, block 13, MciKenzie's addition to the city of Bismarck, was accepted. St the D., With their usual liberality, Stone's Music House of Fargo, N. will make another fine display at the Mandan fair this year They will have an automatic "self-piano-player on ex hibition, which those in atten lance will be very glad to manipulate. Call and see it. Don't Err In Judgment When you are going to buy a Heat ing Stovje, call and examine our line of Radiant Home With Hot Blast Fire Pot. Stewart With Doable Lignite Grate. Jewell In* Three Styles. We bay oar stoves in carload lots, thereby giving our customers benefit of the freight. Stoves delivered in Wilton and Washburn free. Up-to-date Hardware Dealers. 1 1 1 1 GRAMBS BROS., Telephone 82. •ISMAR6K, N. 0. First publication, August 20,1902. Citation and Notice Hearing Prbof of Foreign Will., CTATB OP NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF 0 .- /Burleigh. In county court, before Hon. John F. Fort, judge. In the Hatter of the Estate of James/H. Swett, deceased. Caroline F. Smyser, petitioner, WCharles F. Smyser, Fred W. Smyser, James/S. Smyser, Albert E. Smyser, Halen S. Kurtz/ James H. Goodrich, Jenny Grlbnleaf, Nellie Cowee, Em aline M. Flanders and Bruce: Millard, truBtee, ipondents. [•he state of North Dakota to the' above named respondents and all persons interested in the estate of James H, Swett, deceased: You and each of you Are' hereby notified that Caroline F.Smyser, the petitioner herein, .has' filed in .this court a copy .of the last will and testament of James H. Swett, late of the city of,Pittsburgh, in the county of Allegheny /ana state of Pennsylvania, deceased, and the pro bate thereof in the state of Pennsyl vania, duly authenticated, with her /peti tion, praying for the admission/ to probate of said document as the last will of said deceased, and for the issuance to her, the said Caroline F. Smyser, of letters /testa mentary thereon, and that the said petition and proofs of said purported will will be heard and duly considered by this court on Wednes day, the 28rd day of September A. D. 1902, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the court rooms of this court in the city of Bis marck, county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota and You And'each of yon are hereby cited to be and appear before this court at said time and place and answer said petition and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of' said' petition should not be granted. By the Court: JOHN F. FORT, [Seall Judge of the County Court. W. F. COCHRANE AND E. S. ALLEN, Attorneys for Petitioner. Dated the 20th day of August, A. D. 1902. First publication, Atagust 20,1902. Citation and Notice Hearing Proof of Foreign Wijl. OTATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Bnrleigh. In County Court Before John F. Fort. Judge. JCn the matter of the estate of Lydia J. Swett, .deceased. Caroline F. Smyser, petitioner, vs. Charles F. Smyser, Fred W. Smyser, James S. Smyser, Albert E. Smyser, Helen S. Kurtz and iBruce Millard, trustee, respondents.. The State of North Dakota, $0 the/ above named respondents and all persons interested in the estate of Lydia J. Swett, deceased: Yon and each of you, are hereby notified that Caroline F. Smyser, the, petitioner herein haB filed£n this court a copy of the last will and testament of Lydia J. Swett, liate of the city -of Pittsburgh,' in the county of Allegheny and state of Pennsylvania, decease*!. and the probate ithereof .in the state of Pennsylvania, duly authenticated, with her petition, praying for the admission,' to pro bate of said documetat bb the last will of said deceased^ and for the issuance to her, the said Caroline F. Smyser, of letters testamentary thereon, and thatthe'sald petition and proofs ofsqid purported will will he* heard and duly considered by this court on Wednesday, the 23rd day of September A.D. 1902, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of thatvday, at the court rooms of this court, In the City Of Bismarck, county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota. And you and each of yon are hereby cited to be and, appear before this court at said time and place and answer said petition and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. By the Conrt, JOHN P. FORT, [Seal]- Judge of the County Conrt. W. F. COCHRANE AND E S. ALLEN, Attorneys for Petitioner. Dated the 20th day of August, A. D. 1902. (First Publication Sept. 4,1902.) Citation"anif Notice,Hearing Proof of Foreign Will. State of'North Dakota, Connty of Burleigh, In County, Court, before Hon. John F. Fort, judge. •/, In the matter of the estate- of John Walker Jackson, deceased. -Mary E. Jackson, oetitioner, vs. Mary E. Jackson, Harold Lincoln Jackson, Edith. J. Lewis, respondents. .The 'State of North Dakota, to the above named respondents and all persons interested •in the estate of Johp Walker Jackson.' Yon and each of yon are hereby notified that Mary E Jackson the petitioner herein,has filed in this court a copy of the last will and testa ment of John Walker Jackson, late of the city of Philadelphia, in county of Philadelphia ana state of Pennsylvania, deceased, and the pro bate thereof in the state of Pennsylvania, duly authenticated, with her petition, praying for tne admission to probate of said document as the last will.ot said deceased, and for the is suance to Ch F. Dullam of letters testamentary thereon, aijd that the said jpetition and proofs of said purported will wilT be heard ana dnly considered Dy this court on Monday, the 13tn day of October, A. D. 1902, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the court rooms of this court, in the connty courthouse, in the city of BiBmarck, County of Burleigh and state of North Dakota and you and each of you are hereby cited to be and appear before this court at said time and place ana answer said petition and show cause, if any there be, vhy the prayer of said petition should not be granted. By the Court: JOHN F. FORT, Judge of the County Court. Dated the 4th day of September, A. D. 1902. be received at this office until 11 o'clock a. m., October 11,1902, and opened then for the con struction of one double set of Lieutenants' Quarters, one double pet otCaptains' Quarters one Barrack, one Guardhouse, one Bakery and set of Hospital Steward's Quarters! at Fort Lincoln, N. D. Plans and specifications may be seen and blank proposals with full instruc tions^ had upon application here, or at the office of the Constructing Quartermaster, Bis marck, N.D. United States reserves the right to accept or reject any. or ail proposals or any part thereof.—GEO. E. POND, C. Q. M. CH1CH ESTCR"# tnOUSH !N«Ypjm,piy.8 8AFE« Alwwn ralUbla. Ladles —k Prattle for CHICHBSTER*S J^GuSB iii ItED «ad Gold BKtadilo bow, with bloo ribbon. Take no oth«r« BcAms««« Vanccmu SnbffUtntiona A»d/lmttfl» ticms. Bayof 7oarIrogKi«trferMftd4«rta lumps1 ft* Parttciilfirft. Teetlmeelele •nd "BeU«f (brLidle^"inMtSr,byrti turn HtlL 10,009 Teitimoaial*. SoMttv *11 Druggists. CklehMt«rCI»«iitlQal Oa» D«ter. MailUw Saw*. piiiiJa* MS Lignite Coal I will deliver to any part of the city ..." Wilton Lignite Coal for, per ton, $2.46.^ C. A. Burton, Agt. Office with Bismarck ft Wpghburn Limber Co Bismarck, Washbam & Qreat Fails Baiiway Oo. 'kMm Official Time Card No. IZ4 Taking effect Sam. Monday, January 18th,1901. Daily exoeptSonday. No. 1. Mia. Stations. No. 2. fc30a.m. 0..Lit..Bismarck..t..Ar.S.-OOp m. 9:10a.m. 10..Lt...Arnold.. ..t..LY.2:20p, m. 9 0 a 1 8 a 26.XiT.OhapinJct. 10i!0a.m. 27.Ar..Wilton......t..iiT.l:i£p.m. 28 ..Cluviav 111 I.m.I 1 UdDa.n. tl !..Wilton....t..Ar.. l.-OOp, a 1t.Boo«evelt....Lt. 11 dC a. m. 48 Ar..Washbnrnrt.LT.. 12:18 p. m. a 8top on signal. Telegraph station. kdwin c. washbubn, e. h. walkbb, Oeneral Manager. Traffic Manager 'BOO TIME OABD. No. 97imixed, west bontid, arriye 5 KK1 to Minneapolis.^'Tj^ m' 1 Benton Clearance Paper Sale. It will pay yon to lay in a supply of Wrapping Paper—Sacks and Butter Chips. We are closing out our stock in that line at CoSt. You get a benefitjUi this.! ^a^ early. Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co. Yards at Bismarck, Wilton, Washburn. General Office *and Yard at Bismarck. The Rate to Washington, D. C.,- and return, at the time of the G. A. R. meeting October 5th to nth will be only $32.50 via the Northerji Pacific Railway. The "North Coast Limited" is a superb train and their equipment is all up to date Tickets on sale October 3,4 and 5. BOATS- A t116 ?nly fegular line of Boats on the Missouri [between pointsTnvned. Ap ily for through rates of freight or passage to ISAAC P| BAKER, Manager, '5.: BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA C. H. Phelps will carry a full fine of School Books and School Supplies. OLD BOOKS TAKEN IN EXCH ANGE No Agents—No Commissions FOR SALE ON EASY TERHS. Description All of All of All of East half.... West half Nortb.half, southeast quarter.. C,",ICe•, For terms apply to 1i 70a fa the Good Idea A "Batchelor," "Peerless,' "Bismarck," "imblda." have invented Bomething-^Beful, novel, new-end it te|1 patentable, it will be well not to overlook the fact that there iM good money In patented devices lt thing an Inventor should do Is to ascertain if his Invention Is new and patentable M. H. Sec. Twp Acres 25 9 139 79 M) 25 9 138 77 640 85 139 77 640 5 138 77" 320 1 139 81 320 81 139 78 480 will .pert tor f* PETER F. WILCOX '-.vf ,,£ 4W properly promoted. The flrtttf Jewell, of the Bismarck Tribune, who is a regularly reentered patent attorney, Mil attend to all patent matters that may be intrusted to his care. .j'S'i-.