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E. $. ir«vxn»N, I CARDS. M^D PHYSICIAN A.NO SDRQKGN N.DAE Residence phone No 60. itu. A. RID, DKVTIST. B«R« N. •fXlll VIBBT MTIOIAI 1ANR ILOCK LAWYER Ivi N. DAK £8 U»»T, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC *OM N. DAE a L. OX*?*****, ATTORNBY-AT-LAW. REALSFTAXB COLLECTIONS. FINLEY. N. D. G. D. FISHER, Veterinary Surgeon, Phone No.143. Oflice*over Jefferson & Usselman's Store. HOPE, N. D. H. H. FULLMER.! THE JEWELER 1 JEWELRY, WATCHES. CLOCKS SILVERWARE. R»A1BIN0 ITL ENGRAVING R, ft. FISCHER, The SboenjaKer, •$pare4 t» do all work me. Repairing a apcc* y. Give him a call. KORS. H. 9A.X, UNIOH Telephone Line COMMUNICATING WITH Sbflm&e, Portland, llei ResevIIIe, Flnlty Page, Clffferd, and the Wallace and Casseil Farms. Transact your business by Telephone. Prompt ser vice, 25 cents to all points. Hope Office: At Central, First National Bank Block. 1. W. STANDLEY, Live Stock Auctioneer 16 years experience in Farm and live stock sales enables me to give the best service in conducting- a successful up-to-date sale. Sales made anywhere. The best of ref erences furnished. Sale notices prepared. Terms reasonable. See me, or phone me at my expense before claiming dates. HOPE, N. D. $78. PER MONTH Salary, $3.00 p»r day for expenses. Men to travel, post slg-ne, advertise and leave samples State age and present employment KUHLMAN CO., Dept. ATLAS BLOCK, CHICAGO. P. WANTED: District Managers to post signs, advertise and dis tribute samples. Salary $18.00 weekly, $3.00 per day for expen ses. State age and present em ployment. IDEAL SHEAR CO., 39 Randolph St., Chicago. 40fc4 ATTENTION! Srtga Hides, Furs, Pelts, Wool, Eto. Make a trial shipment and ho convinced Write for Price List PROMPT REMITTANCE GUARANTEED. John Mack Co., i3.No. 20 Street MINNEAPOLIS, MINN WE TAN Horse and Cattle Hides Skins ot ail FUR bearing animate suitable for Robe* or Coata. Write for price lfert, shipping tags, etc. fro* M, TAUBERT, Drawer A DfMt 628 BRYAN AVB.N. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. Official Proceedings Of the Board of County missioners. Com- Sherbrooke, N. D., July 2, 1906. The Board of County Commission ers met in regular session at 9 o'clock a. m. All members present. Minutes of the meeting' of April 14, 1906, read and on motion approved. The follow ing statement of warrants drawn by the auditor in payment of the county officials' salaries and clerk hire for quarter ending June 30, 190(5, was _on motion approved: S. M. McPlierson, auditor $.'550.00 C. S. Sliippv, states attorney 300.00 T. A. Hassel'quist, Co. Supt. of Schools 297.50 A. Mickels, county judge 250.00 A. Mickels, additional salary under prohibition law..... 25.84 O Schjeldahl, treasurer 400.00 P. O. Sathre, clerk of court 225.00 Rindy, register of deeds ... 400.00 Z. A. Cochrane, clerk for reg ister of deeds 150.00 Ella Nelson, clerk for audi tor, part month of April 9.00 Mary McCarty, clerk for audi tor, part month of June 5.00 Rida A. Hasselquist, clerk for superintendent of schools, part months of March, April and May 22.75 The following bills were on motion allowed: O Schjeldahl, cash advanced for district court expenses $497.50 O Schjeldahl, cash advanced for wolf bounty, express.cart age and telephoning 08.^1 W W Archer, fuel for county building 10.90 A Heinmark, quarterly sal ary, county physician (2.50 A Hasselquist, mileage visit ing schools :W.50 A Hasselquist, cash advanc ed for postage 10.15 O Collins, work around court house and care of gas plant for three months 31.25 W Crocker, pupils' review ^questions 2.70 S McPlierson, cash advanc ed for express, cartage and postage 8.00 O Satiire, cash advanced for postage 1.50 Rindy, cash advanced for postage 14.08 O Sathre, expense trip to Cooperstown to canvaes leg islative vote 4.50 On motion duly seconded and car ried B. L'\ Walden was appointed a member of the Drain commission, the amount of his bond being placed at *1,000. On motion adjournment was taken until 1:30 p. in. same day. A F'L'KR N OOX SESSION. The Hoard of County Commission ers reconvened at 1:30 p. in. All mem bers present. Motion made, seconded and carried that the county board purchase two metal culverts, 1 4 ft. in diameter, 24 ft. in length, and 1 2 ft. in diameter, 22 ft. in length, for use on line be tween sections 29 and 32, Riverside twp. The following bills were on motion allowed: W E Klliott, sheriff fees and mileage, summoning jury and witnesses for district court 118.20 Chas Chalmers court bailiff 0.00 Chas Chalmers, delivering elec tion supplies 12.40 W E Elliott, delivering election supplies 11.25 Dr W Phillip, quarterly salary, county physician 62.50 O Schjeldahl, cash advanced for district court orders 13.CO The Herald, books and station ery 180.85 Walker Bros. & Hardy, books and stationery 16.70 Dr. Bacharach, registering of births and deaths 4.80 The Herald, election supplies $204.65, allowed at 198.65 The rejjort of the board of health was on motion approved and bills or dered paid as follows: Joe llyburg, for care small pox patients 44.00 Dr. Bacharach, board of health business $85.15, allowed at Dr. W. H. M. Phillip, quaran tining and disinfecting $20.60, allowed at Dr A Heinmark, quarantin ing and disinfecting $31.20, allowed at 75.15 10.30 26.20 Dorrance, livery for small pox patient from Finley to pesthouse at Hope :. 3.50 E Knudson, supplies for smallpox patients Strandness & Furos, supplies for smallpox patients Dr. Meidell, quarantining Iver I. Seim, livery for small pox patient from Finley to pesthouse jit Hope .80 23.77 5.00 3.25 W Long, one month's rent of building for pesthouse Potter & Cone, moving pest house and delivering supplies to patients Frank Gray, attending board of health meetings C. S. Shippy, attending board of health meetings 7.00 10.00 30.00 7.90 G^aLrh GOING NORTH Ar. Lv. nra n°rVaV THE COMFORTABLE -WAV. wr. 1 STATIONS Qoxwo SOUTH ... St. Paul... .. -Minneapolis. 6:20 6:35 7:15 7:30 7:38 7:41 7:53 7:58 8:12 8:85 8:57 3:17 9:34 9:42 9:58 Lv Moorhead— Ar —Fargo ..Cusselton—Lv 10:25 am 10:10 a n3 9:30 a in 9:20 a 9:13 am 9:10 a 9:00 am 8:55 am 8:41 a 8=16 a is 7:56 a 7:39 am 7:22 am 7:14 a 7:01 am (:46 a (:30 am Casselton ...Ar Saxony Fleming Kipon AbsaraUa Ayr Pace Colgate HOPE.... .. niabon Picltert Finley Sharon 10:13 10:30 pin Ar Aneta Lv Connects at Casselton for Grand Forks and St. Paul. The coroner's report in the matter of an inquisition upon the dead body of Mikkel Larson, was on motion ap proved and fees allowed as follows: Dr Bacharach,coroner's fees 16.65 Thomas, juror 2.10 Leo Lang, juror 2.10 E Northrop, juror 2.10 John Olson, witness 2.10 Hugh Banderol, witness 2.10 The petition to replank bridge on line between section (J, Primrose, and section 1, Sherbrooke twps., was on motion rejected, as the repairs would cost less than $50 and should be made by the township. The following bills were on motion allowed: S Trochman, board and care of Frank Johnson, county charge 72.00 Hegge, groceries and fuel furnished Jacob Heskin, county charge 37.91 W W Archer, fuel for pest house 5.15 On motion the board adjourned un til 9 o'clock a. m. July 3, 1906. S. McPherson, County Auditor. Sherbrooke, N. D., July 3, 1906 The board of county commissioners convened at 9 o'clock a. m., pursuant to adjournment. Present—K. S. Sul land, G. O. Johnson, K. A. Johnson and H. N. Horner. Minutes of the meeting of July 2, 1906, read and motion approved. on The following bills were on motion allowed: W Moore, court bailiff 4.00 North Dakota Publishing Co., publishing commissioners' proceedings, primary election notices and other printing 62.65 A Monteitfa, stationery 13.50 Finley Beacon, publishing com missioners' proceedings, pri mary election notices and other printing Sharon Reporter, publishing commissioners' proceedings and primary election notices.. Steele County Tribune, station ery and printing 22.75 Steele County Tribune, publish ing commissioners' proceed ings, primary election notices and other printing 48.85 49.85 Beaver Creek precinct— E O Norgaard, inspector, post ing ballots and returning poll books A E Tosterud, judge Ed Bjerke, judge 46.15 On motion the election expenses for the primary election held on June 19 1906, were allowed and ordered paid from the general fund, as follows: Newburgh precinct— Lewis Thompson, inspector, post ing ballots and returning poll books $8.35 0 Thompson, judge 2.00 15 Brunsvold, clerk 2.00 Tollef Midboe, clerk 2.00 Oscar Eide, judge 2.00 7.50 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 A Johnson, clerk Ostrno, clerk Westfield precinct— A Johnson, inspector 2.00 1 Bakken, judire, posting bal lots and returning poll books O Tenold, judge Andrew Anderson, clerk Levi E Olson, clerk 7.80 2.00 2.00 2.00 Sharon precinct— Ole Vig, inspector 2.00 Geo Long, posting ballots 2 II Simpson, judge 2.00 A Barrett, judge, and return ing poll books 6.00 O Harmon, clerk 2.00 It Duea, clerk 2.00 Enger precinct— Iver Thompson, inspector, post ing ballots and returning poll books 7.40 A Rude, judge 2.00 O Olson, judge 2.00 O Haagenson, clerk .'. 2.00 Olaf Ringerud, clerk 2.00 Golden Lake precinct— E Flesche, inspector, posting ballots, returning poll books 7.10 Martinson, judge 2.00 Nils Engen, judge 2.00 IS Moe, clerk ..." 2.00 Ole Brager, clerk 2.00 Finley precinct— M. Stordal, inspector, posting ballots and returning poll books 6.90 Knud Halvorson, judge 2.00 John Anderson, judge 2.00 E Tufts, clerk 2.00 John O Storebo, clerk 2.00 Franklin preeinct— Ole Bjugstad, inspector, post ing ballots, and returning DOII books 7.40 O Hilstad, judge 2.00 Patterson, judge 2.00 A Braklce, clerk 2.00 Wm Lieske, clerk 2.00 Primrose precinct— Haldor Klath, inspector, and re turning poll books 4.90 Ole Paulson, posting ballets....:.. 2.00 Tlios Evanson, judge 2.00 Ingvold Hanson, judge 2.00 Wm Darch, clerk 2.00 E A Erickson, clerk 2.00 Sherbrooke precinct— E E Baldwin, inspector, posting ballots and returning poll books 6.00 W Moore, judge 2.00 Green, judge 2.00 Anderson, clerk 2.00 John O Braute, clerk 2.00 Easton precinct— Verwest, inspector and posting ballots 4.00 Anton Gilbertson, judge 2.00 A I Simonson, judge 2.00 W S Henry, clerk, and returning poll books 4.20 Greenview precinct— Carlson, inspector and post ing ballots 4.00 Henry Munson, judge and return ing poll books 5.20 S II Nelson, judge 2.00 E Anderson, clerk 2.00 S Gundorso*, clerk 2.00 Edendale precinct— Elias Simonson, inspector, post ing ballots, and returning poll books 7.50 John Lindstrom, judge 2.00 Lofland, judge 2.00 August Lindstrom, olerk 2.00 Peter Lindstrom, clerk 2,00 Hugo precinct— Hugo Gunkle, inspector, and posting ballots 4.00 Orn, judge, and returning poll books 5.00 N Wood, judge 2.00 Chas Vadnie, clerk 2.00 A Crist, clerk ,. 2.00 Melrose precinct— James Joslyn, inspector and posting ballots 4.00 Walter Swanson, judge 2.00 W E Steinke, judge, and return ing poll books 4.65 Jas Masters, clerk 2.00 W Chalmers, clerk 2.00 Riverside precinct Oliver Thorson, inspector, post ing ballots, and returning poll books 7.80 Andrew Johnson, judge 2.00 Ross, judge 2.00 John S Palfrey, clerk 2.00 Ross, clerk 2.00 Broadlawn precinct— A Tanger, inspector, and post ing ballots 4.00 Fred Dresher, judge 2.00 Frank Paulson, judge 2.00 Jacob Omdahl, clerk, and return ing poll books 6.25 Wm Prange, clerk 2.00 Colgate precinct— Cook, inspector, and post ing ballots 4.00 S Curry, judge, and returning poll books 5.70 Dan McCarty, judge 2.00 E Badger, clerk 2.00 Williams, clerk 2.00 Carpenter precinct— Thomas Sussex, inspector, post ing ballots and returning poll books 7.20 Sam Scott, judge 2.00 AD Williams, judge 2.00 W Jaqueth, clerk 2.00 Albert Williams, clerk 2.00 Willow Lake precinct Christ Jenson, inspector and posting ballots 4.00 0 A Sanden, judge 2.00 Thomas, judge 2.00 E E Dodd, clerk 2.00 Pederson, clerk 2.00 Nels Nelson,returning poll books 4.00 Finley village— Alf Windnoss, inspector 2.00 Long, judge 2.00 E Curry, clerk, and returning poll books 4.90 1 Hildorbrant, clerk 2.00 Hope city, First ward— A E Warner, inspector 2.00 W Milligan, judge 2.00 Walden, judge 2.00 Tom Major, clerk 2.00 A Donaldson, clerk, and return ing poll books 5.20 Hope city, Second ward— Gordon Jefferson, inspector 2.00 Fisher, judge 2.00 Warner, judge 2.00 II Burner, clerk 2.00 Curry, clerk 2.00 Hope city, Third ward John Wamberg, inspector 2.00 W Fuller, judge 2.00 A King, judge 2.00 A Klovstad, clerk 2.0U Danskin, clerk 2.00 (Continued on page 7) Matt J. 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