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'TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 1911.
5S" QUALITY The iNew Edison Mazda lamp gives twice the illumination of one old style electric light. $i The Edison Mazda burns just one-half the I current. DOUBLE YOU LIGHT—Half The Cost And you have a-splendid white light, even and strong f, with no eye strain during the long evenings. The new light is strongly made and will not braak or jar to pieces. The price is 60c. Cut your light bill in half by using them. If your house isn't wired, call WOODRUFF,Electrical Supplies 210 MAIN ST. PHONE 64 Hinckley's Auto Livery Phone 4th Street YOUR FALL SUIT Can be easily selected from our line of New Fall Models While browns are the predominating colors, grays are very popular and we can suit you in either THE BOSTON R. L. BEST, Prop. 320 Main Street LIGHT "and Hacks STOVES NOW Heating Stoves am LOWEST PRICES y- We also have some used stoves for sale, and 1 will take your old stove in part payment for a new one. Come and see us about stoves. ft We will save you money on them Stove Boards, Hods, Pipes and all kind of fittings A Full Line of Fresh Groceries Remember our fine cured meats. We take orders for all fresh meats, and deliver daily Every purchase give* you coupons good for Dinner Set E E BISMARCK DEPT. STORE 210 NUV St. Phone 64 LK3NITE COAL I you want the Best order from XAYOU" The Commission Man E E S SERVICE PROMPT... Ranges at Phone 388 W E I N S STILES-MAGNUSSON. Friday evening, October 20, at the Presbyterian manse of this city, oc curred the wedding of WHbert Rod gers and Miss Ethel G. Pomeroy, both of McKenzie. The ceremony was per formed by Rev. C. W. Harris. Mr. Rodgers recently purchased the ga rage at Linton and the young people will make their home there. EVENING SLIPPERS. Webb Brothers have just received a shipment from Now England. EXECUTION SALE, MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE. State of North Dakota) County of Burleigh In District Court, Sixth Judicial Dis trict. The First National Bank of Bismarck, North Dakota, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Joseph Mueller, Se nior, and Kathrena Mueller, De fendants. Notice is hereby given, that under and by virtue of a special writ of ex ecution to me directed and delivered, and now in my hands, issued out of the office of the Clerk of the District Court, in and for the County of Bur leigh, Sixth Judicial District, State of North Dakota, upon a judgment and d-ecree in mortgage foreclosure PSO ceedings in the action above entitled, in favor of the plaintiff, The First National Bank of Bismarck, North Da kota, a corporation, and against the de fendants in said action, Joseph Muel ler, Senior, and Kathrena Mueller, for the sum of Nine Hundred Two andflourishing 70-100 ($902.70) Dollars, duly filed in the office of the clerk of the District Court, in and for said Coun^r of Bur leigh, and docketed therein on the 18th day of September, 1911 and the said judgment and decree directing the undersigned, as sheriff in and for the County of Burleigh, or his deputy, to sell the lands and premises herein after described, or sufficient thereof to raise the amount due on the said judgment and decree, with all costs and expenses of sale, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, under the notice, and in the manner of sell ing real property as provided by law, and the usual practice of said court. NOW, THEREFORE, notice is here by given that I, Frank Barnes, Sheriff in and for said County of Burleigh, and the person authorized to make such sale under the said judgment and decree will on Thursday, the 26th day of October, 1911, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the front door of the court house in the City of Bismarck, in said County of Burleigh, being the county wherein the said lands and premises are sit uated, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, to sat isfy the said execution, together with the interest, taxes and costs thereon, all of the right, title and interest what soever of the said named defendants, of, ip and to the following described tracts or parcels of land, lying and be ing in the County of Burleigh, State of North Dakota, viz.: The Southwest Quarter of the North west Quarter (SW% of NW%), and Lots Four (4), and Five (5), of Section Fourteen (14), in Township One Hun dred and Forty-four (144), North, Range Seventy-six (76), West of the Fifth (5) Principal Meridian, and con taining one hundred forty-four and forty hundredths (144.40) acres. Dated at Bismarck, N. Dak., this 18th day of September. 1911. FRANK BARNES, Sheriff of Burleigh County, North Dakota. COCHRANE & BRADLEY, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. Dak. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE 3ALE. Notice is hereby given that that certain mortgage, executed and de-county, livered by Peter Boos and Catherine Boos, his wife, of Phoenix, county of Burleigh, state of North Dakota, mortgagors, to W. J. Richard of Bur leigh County, North Dakota, mortga gee, dated the 2nd day of April, 1908. and filed for record in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota on the 10th day of April, 1908, at 10 o'clock A. M. and recorded in Book 27 of Mortgages on page 86 and duly assigned by an instrument in writing, dated the 12th day of April, 1909, by W. K. Richard, said mortgagee, to Andrew Halver, and said assignment of mortgage was filed for record In the office of the register of deeds of the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota on the 18th day of No vember, 1909, at 9 o'clock A. M. andin was recorded in Book 91 of Assign ments of Mortgages at page 95, will be foreclosed by a sale of the prem ises in such mortgage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the court house in the city of Bismarck in the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. on the 22nd day of No vember, 1911 to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the dayacreage of sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are described as follows: The South East Quarter (SE%) of Section Twenty-Two (22) in Township One Hundred Forty-four North (144 N) of Range Seventy-six West (76 W.) of the Fifth Principal Meridian, situ ated in Burleigh county, North Da kota. There will be due on such mort gage at the date of sale the sum of Three Hundred Eighteen Dollars and Forty Three Cents ($318.43). which amount includes the 1908, 1909 and 1910 taxes on said land paid by theboys assignee of the mortgagee under the terms of said mortgage with interest at th-a rate of 10 per cent per annum on the amounts paid as said taxes from the dates of payment, exclusive of the costs of this foreclosure. Dated at' Bismarck. N. Dak., on this 9th day of October, 1911. ANDREW HALVER, Assignee of said Mortgagee. F. H. REGISTER, Attorney for said Assignee, Bismarck North Dakota. BISMABCK DAILY TRIBUNE News ofthe State Binford reports a prairie fire. Portal is to have a new high school. The value of a silo is inestimable. Mott has a "jolly bachelors" club. Niles and Gronna each had elevator fires. Fargo streets will be thirty feet wide. New settlers are arriving in Mc Lean county. The new fire hall at Washburn has been completed. The proposed state labor seems practically assured. paper Boys and girls of Fargo are inter ested in gardening. Illegal shooting of deer around Ft. Buford has been reported. Ramsey county schools cost over $150,000 per year. Palermo is proud of the fact that it is a great wheat market. There were four births in one week in the vicinity of Douglas. The Fort Rice creamery condition. is in a Thieves visited some of the Beach clothing stores. Henry Brown shipped 1,500 head of sheep from Ralaigh, Morton coun ty, to the eastern markets. Hon. R. A. Nestos of Minot, was elected president of the North Dakota Library Association. Gackle residents want better sani tary conditions around the school building. The Devils Lake commercial club is carrying on a campaign to secure 200 new members. An electric line from Devils Lake city to the Rock Island military reser vation is now assured. Judge C. A. Pollock has accepted a position on the faculty of the law school of the state university. According to reports from Dogden United States Commissioner George K. Shaw, is missing. Many of the elevators have been running on all-night schedules to ac commodate the farmers. Fall plowing is being delayed in some sections of the state on account of the bad weather. There are forty applications for citizenship to be heard at the Novem ber term of court at Mott. A trapeze performer in a Minot the atre sustained a bad fall during her act, but pluckily finished the turn. A flock of crows stampeded some cattle near Carrington and two calves were killed. A Moorhead man was arrested in southern Barnes county on a charge of soliciting orders for intoxicating liquors. The entire school board in Little Butte school district No. 25, of Ward was arrested on a course of misappropriating school funds. The business men of Minot have pe titioned the Soo line to either com mence work on its new depot or elr.e repair the old one. United States Highway Engineer Burrell was greeted by a large house when lectured on good roads at the Magic City. A Douglas boy was badly hurt when he was caught in the blower belt of a threshing machine and hurled vio lently to the ground. _*— There were over 53,000 registrations the land drawing in the Rosebud and Pine Ridge reservations in South Dakota. Concrete silos need no insurance, they do not blow up or burn up they never have to be painted or re paired. If the best of this year's corn crop is planted next season, and enlarged secured it will help to raise the standard of excellence in the state. Many Stutsman county school chil dren demonstrated their ability at corn raising, and the results were seen in the county corn contest. Wesley College at Grand Forks has receied an additional donation of $20. 000 /rom A. J. Sayre of Calgarv Alberta. The Grand Forks police are deter mined to put a stop to the practice of breaking arc lights which has proven a pastime for some of the and young men. Potato dealers at Grand Forks claimed that they were discriminated against in the matter of securing re frigerator cars to ship their products eost. One hundred E. M. F. dealers of North Dakota and Montana, accom panied by newspaper men. left Fargo for the factories at BjptRoif... a speciaL train ov lie. **TIP Kircch£aum'4Ctothes. &i A.I nmtCMSAUi-t etcT* WENT TO TWIN CITIES. Mrs. S. W. Derrick has gone to the Twin Cities, where she will spend sev eral days visiting with friends. WENT TO GARRISON. State Engineer T. R. Atkinson de parted for Garrison Monday morning, JEWELRY STORE... I am located first door north of the Grand Pacific Hotel, and am prepared to do all WATCH REPAIRING In the best of workmanship and at reasonable prices. 15 years experience in Germany and 3 years work here PRICES REASONABLE And all work absolutely guaran teed to give satisfaction. Come and see me, get prices, or send in our work by insured mail. I will please you Hotel McKenzie where he will look after some irriga tion matters and attend to other busi ness affairs connected with his of fice. STILES-M/GNU «SON. 1 Saturday evening Miss Helga Mag nusson of Bismarck was united in A Over Town AMERICAN* Who were abroac last summer got two distinct impressionsof Londonclothes First, the excellence of English ideas: second, the lack of thorough* ness and finish in English tailoring. It's a satisfaction to know that American clothes are best=made in the world. And that the clothes which are to-day at the pinnacle in America are to be found at this store. We will be pleased to have you call and look our line of Overcoats over. See what this season affords. Prices $10.00 to $35.00 ROSEN'S CLOTHING SHOP Merchants of Fine Clothing Your friends are Smoking: d@M iuskoni 5c Cigar They can't be switched—they know a nickel does its utmost in a John Ruskin Cigar Why Don't You Smoke It? THE ORIGINAL HAS THIS SIGNATURE 4th and Broadway 'It 6oodridge Call Lbr. Go. 1v» Three Main Street marriage to Ruel G. Stiles of Mandan. The wedding was performed by Rev Charles W. Harris at the Presbyte rian manse in this city. The young people are wall known in this sectioi" and a host of friends extend their con-* gratulations.