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The Bismarck tribune. [volume] (Bismarck, N.D.) 1916-current, December 13, 1918, Image 2

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TA«1S
That Bald note and mortgage was
before maturity thereof, duly signed,
and delivered by said mortgagee for
value, to the Regan State Bank of
Regan, North Dakota, and said Regan
State Bank is' now the owner and
holder thereof.
That said mortgage will be fore­
closed by sale of the personal prop­
erty in such mortgage and hereinaftei
described, at public auction agreeably
to the statutes in such case made and
provided, at the TJvery Barn in the
village of Regan, county of Burleigh,
and state of North Dakota, at the
hour of 1. o'clock p. m., on Saturday,
the 21st day of December, 191X. The
personal property described' in said
mortgage and which will be sold to
satisfy the same, is as follows, to
Wit!
One horse. 9 years old- hay, 13X10
lbs., named Lawrenco, marked, white
left hii$ foot and white face.
One fcprse, 6 years old, gray, 1200
los., named King.
One horse, 6 years old, gray, 1200
11)8. named Fred.
One horse, 8 years old, bay, 1209
lbs., named Frank.
One horse, 8 years old, bay, 1200
lbs., named Prince.
One horse, 8 years old, gray, 1100
lbs., named John.
One horse, 11 years old, buckskin,
1200 lbs., named Buck.
One horse, 3 1-2 years old, black,
1250 lbs, named Simon.
One horse 3 years old, buckskin.
1150 lbs., named Jack.
One mare colt, 2 1-2 years old,
ibuckskin, 950 libs.
One horse colt, 1 1^2 years old, gray.
One horse colt, 1 1-2 years old.
mouse.
One horse, 7 years old, light gray,
1300 lbs, named Billy.
One cow.T years old, black.
One cow, 6 years old, black,
cae cow, 4 years old, black.
One cow, 7 years old, red.
One cow, 6 years, black and white.
One cow, three years old, red.
One cow, 3 years old, (black andj
white.
VAST NAVAL PAGEANT STAGED
TO COMMEMORATE LANDING OF
U. S. PRESIDENT IN EUROPE
(Continued From Page One.)
HALT AT RHINE
Washington, Dec. 13.—The American army marching into
Germany has come to a stand on the Rhine. General Pershing's
reports yesterday said no advance was made yesterday.
SHADOW KAISER
London, Dec. 13.—Several scores of ^detectives, the pick of
the emperor's former force at Potsdam, are at EiAerengeon, shad­
owing every move of Herr Hohenzollern, who is in constant dread
ol' bomb throwers and other assassins.
ENTER ODESSA
Paris, Dec. 13.—Frenc hmarines have entered Odessa. De­
tachments have occupied the wireless stations and expelled Ger­
mans from every military post.
LIEGE INVITES WILSON
Paris, Dec. 13.—The town of Liege, where the Germans were
halted several days on their rush to France has invited President
Wilson to visit the historic places.
NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE.
Notice is hereby given, that default
has occurred in the conditions of that
certain mortgage made by Izedori
Weinberg, of Regan, county of Bur­
leigh. state of North Dakota, mortgag­
or, to A. V. Marcellus, of Regan, coun­
ty cfC Burleigh, state of North Dakota,
mortgagee, dated December 5th, 1916,
to secure the following indebtedness,
to-wit: One note for $800.00, dated
December 5th, 1916, due October 1st,
1-917. with interest at 10 per cent af­
ter date until paid, and which mort­
gage to secure said note was duly
filed in the office of the Register of
Deeds of Burleigh county, North Da­
kota, on the 8th day of December,
1916 at 1:30 o'clock p. m. and that
default of said mortgagor is of the
following nature, to-wit: That said
defot is past due. That he has aband­
oned all of the property described in
said mortgage and he haa failed and
refuses to take reasonable' and prop­
er care of the same and has left for
parts unknown and said mortgagee
declares the whole amount specified
in said note and mortgage, due and
payable, and there is claimed to b3

due on said Mortgage at the date
of this notice, the sum of nine hundred
sixty-three and 56-100 dollars, princi­
pal and interest.
One cow, 5 years old, red.
One steer, 3 years old, red.
Four steers, 2 years old. red.
Two steers, 2 years old. black.
Two heifers, 2 years old, red and
whlte.
Two steer calves, 1 year old, black.
Two heifer calves, 1 year old, red.
One heifer calf, 1 month old, red.
One bull calf, 1 month old. red.
The above horses and cattle owned
iby the mortgagor.
One McCormick header 12 ft cut.
One Imperial single disc drill.
One Deering 5 ft. cut mower.
One Bull rake.
One 7 ft disc harrow.
One pr. bobsleds.
One narrow tire farm wagon.
Three set9 double work harness
complete with collars.
One De Laval No. 12 cream separ
ator.
One-third interest in one 3o h. p.
Compound Threshing engine complete
with tender.
One 40x60 Minneapolis separator
complete 'With self feeder weigher.
One Deering binder, 7 ft. cut.
One J. I. Case pang plow.
One Deering rake, 10 ft.
One fanning mill complete,
^ne 3-section steel harrow com­
plete,
And all increases of the above de­
scribed live stock.
Dated this 13th day of December.
191$
REGAN STATE BANK,
Mortgagee.
J. M. Thompson,
Agent of Assignee of mortgagee.
Newton, Dnllam & Young.
Attorneys for Assignee of Mortgagee,
Bismarck, N. Dak.
JTOTICF OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE.
Notice is hereby given, that default
has been made in the conditions of
mat mortgage made by Izedori
Weinborg of Reean. County of Bur
leirh. State of North Dakota, mort­
gagor, to the City National Bank of
Bismarck. County of Burleigh. State
of Nbrth Dakota, mortgagee, dated the
27th day of November, 1916, to secure
the following indebtedness, to-wit:
One note for $2,042.15, dated Novem­
ber 27th, 1916, and due November 27th,
1917, with interest at 10 per cent from
maturity until paid^ And said mort­
gage to secure said note, was duly
filed in .the office of the Register of
Deeds of Burleigh County, State of
North Dakota .on the 1st day of De­
cember ,1916, at 9 o'clock, a. m. And
that the default of said mortgagor is
of the following nature, to-wit: That
he has abandoned all of the property
described in said mortgage and he has
failed and refuses to take reasonable
and proper care of the same and has
left for parts unknown and said
mortgagee declares the whole amount
specified in said note and mortgage,
due and payable, and tfiere is claimed
to be due on said mortgage at the
date1 of toiis notice, the sum of two
thousand two hundred fifty-nine dol­
lars and 9S cents ($2,259.98), principal
and interest.
That said mortgage will be fore­
closed by a sale of the personal prop­
erty in such mortgage and hereinafter
described, at public auction, agreeably
to the statutes in such case made and
provided, at the Livery Barn in the
Village of Regan, County of Burleigh,
State of North Dakota, at the hour
of 1 o'clock, p. m., on Saturday the
21st day of December, 1918.' The per­
sonal property described in said mort­
gage and which will be sold to satisfy
the same, is as follows, to-wit:
One horse, 9 years old, bay, 1,300 lbs.
named Lawrence, marked white left
hind foot, white star in face.
One horse, 6 years old, gray, 1,200.
lbs., named King.
One horse, 6 years old, gray, 1,200,
lbs., named Fred.
One horse, 8 years old, gray, 1,200
lbs., named Frank.
One horse, 8 years old, gray, 1,200
lbs., napied Prince
One horse, 8 years old, grayf 1,100.
Ib3., named. John.
One horse, 11 years old, buckskin,
1200 lbs., named Buck.
One horse, 3 years old, black, 1,250,
lbs., named Susan.
One horse, 3 years old, buckskin,
1150 lbs., named Jack.
1-2 years old,
One mare, colt,
buckskin, 950.
One horse colt,
gray.
1-2 years old,
1-2 years old,
One horse colt,
mouse.
One horse, 7 years old, bay, 1,300,
named Billy, marked white star in
forehead white hind leg.
One cow, 7 years old, black, no
horns.
One cow, 6 years old, black, no
ho'-ns.
One cow, 4 years old, black, with
horns.
One cow, 7 years old, red, no horns.
One cow, 6 years old, black and
white, with horns.
One cow, 3 years old, red, no horns.
One cow, 3 years old, Mjlack and
white, no horns.
One cow, 5 years old, red, no horns.
One steer, 3 years old, red, no horns.
Four steers, 2 years old, red, no
horns.
Two steers. 2 years old, black, no
horns.
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Two heifers, 2 years old, red and
white, no horns.
Two steer calves, 1 year old, black.
Two heifer calves, 1 year old, red.
One heifer calf, 1 month old, red.
One bull calf, 1 month old, red,
The above are all the cattle and
hors^g owned by the mortgagor.
One McCormick header, 12 ft. cut
complete 1 Deering binder, 7 ft. cut
complete.
One Imperial single draw drill, com­
plete 1 J. I. Case gang plow com­
plete.
One Deering 5 ft. cut mower com­
plete 1 Deering rake 12 ft., complete.
One sweep rake, complete 1 fan­
ning mill, complete.
One 7 ft. disc, complete 1 section
steel harrow, complete.
One pair bob-sleds, complete 1 wide
tired farm wagon, complete with
double box.
One narrow tired fSrm wagon, com­
plete with double box.
Three sets double work harness,
complete with collars, bridles and
lines.
One De Laval Cream Separator. No
12.
One-third int. in 1 35-h. p. Compound
Russell threshing engine, complete
with tender.
One 40x62 Minneapolis Separator,
complete with self feeder, weigher,
belts and 16 bbl. water tank.
Dated this 13th day of December,
1918.
CITY NATIONAL BANK,
Mortgagee.
J.. M. THOMPSON,
Agent of Mortgagee.
NEWTON, DULLAM & YOUNG,
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Bismarck, N. D.
NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE
FORECLOSURE SALE.
Notice is herelby given that default
has been made in the conditions of
that certain mortgage made by Izedori
Weinberg of Regan, county of Bur­
leigh, state of North Dakota, mort­
gagor, to Regan state Bank, of Re­
gan, county of Burleigh, state of
North Dakota, mortgagee, dated the
22nd day of October, 1918, to secure
the following indebtedness, to-wit:
One note for $2,000 dated October 16th
1918, due October 16, 1919, with inter­
est at 10 per cent per annum until
paid, and which mortgage to secure
said note, was duly filed in the office
of the register of deeds of Burleigh !s\«i
day of Octoiber, 191S, at o'clock a,
m. that the default of said mortgagor
is. of the following nature, to-wit:
That he has abandoned all of the prop­
erty described in said mortgage and
he has failed and refuses to take rea­
sonable and proper caro of the same,
and has left for parts unknown and
said debt is past due and said mort­
gagee declares the whole amount
specified in said note and mortgage,
due and payable, and there is claimed
to be due on said mortgage at the
date of this notice, the sum of two
thousand thirty-six and 66-100 dollars,
principal ajid interest
That said mortgage will be fore­
closed toy a sale of the personal prop­
erty in such mortgage and hereinaf­
ter described, at public auction, agree­
ably to the statutes in such ca,se made
and provided, at the Livery Barn, in
the village of Regan, county of Bur­
leigh, state of North Dakota, at the
hour of 1 o'clock p. m., on Saturday
the 21st day of December, 191S. The
personal property described in said
mortgage and which will 'be sold to
satisfy the same, is as follows, to-wit:'
One Kentucky douible disc drill,/10
ft. complete.
One -Deering disc, 7 ft. complete
one 8 ft disc complete.
One wide tire Weber wagon,'com­
plete with double box.1
One narrow tire Weber wagon, com­
plete with hay rack.
Two header boxes, one 2-section
wood harrow, complete one 3-section
steel' harrow.
One Mollne mower, 5 ft cut, com­
plete one Deering. mower, 5 ft cut,
complete.
One McCormick header 12 ft. cut
complete with all attachments.
one John Deere hay rake 10 ft, com­
plete.
One 14-inch bottom Case gang plow
one Stover feed grinder complete.
One Sweep rake complete one Cli­
max hay stacker Complete with ropes,
etc.
One De Laval cream separator, 'No.
12 one fanning mill:
One single top buggy, complete with
shaft.
Ohe Duplex wind mill complete,
bought of A. V. Marcellus in the fall
of 1917.
One Deering ibintler, 7 ft. cut, ctm
plete with 'ail attachments.
Three sets breeching harness, com­
plete with lines, collars, and bridles,
One single driving harness.
One mare, 9 years old, gray, r200
lbs., named 'Maggie.'
One horse, 5 years 'old, gray, 1200
lbs., named George.
One horse, 7 years old, gray, 11O0
lbs., named John.
One horse, S years old, bay, 1200
lbs., named Frank.
One mare, 4 years old, sorrel, 1100
lbs., named Elizabeth.
One horse, 4 years old- dark gray,
1100 lbs., named Charley.
One horse, 5 years old, light gray,
1300 lbs., named Jack.
One horse, 7 years old, roan, 1100
lbs., named Billy, marked white star.
One horse, 6 years old, black, 1400
los., named Simon, marked white
star.
One horse, 13 years old, 'bay, 1 GOO
lbs., named Buck.
One horse, 7 years old, gray, 1009
libs., named King.
One horse, 8 years old, hay. 1300
lbs., named Prince, marked, white
star.
One cow, 5 years old, black has
horns.
One cow, 7 years ojd, black, has no
horns.
One cow, 3 years old, 'black, has
horns.
Two cows, 7 years old, red, has
horns.
One cow, 6 years old, white, has
horns.
One cow, 7 years old, red, has no
horns.
One cow, 3 years old, red, has horns.
Two heifers, 2 year3 old, red, one
has horns.
One heifer, 2 yeafs old, black, has
horns.
Four heifer calves. 4 mo old, iblack.
raised them.
•\.-e »ui., 7 mo. old, black.
Four steers, 7 mo. old, red.
Dated this 13th day of December,
1918.
REGAN STATE BANK,
Mortgagee.
J. M. Thompson, Agent.
Newton, Dullatn & Young,
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Bismarck, North Dakota.
RUSTLER ARRAIGNED
F. C. Turner Will Plead to Accu­
sation Here
F. C. Turner of Sioux county was
formally arraigned in. district court
yesterday on a charge of. rustling one
steer from the Stiles ranch on the
reservation. State's Attorney John­
son will appear for the prosecution. A
majority of the witnesses are In­
dians.
Cleanliness is the first law of
health, inside as well as outside. Let
Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea bhe
vour internal cleanser, then your or­
gans will he pure and clean, your
health good, your system right Start
tonight. Tea or Tablets, 35c— Jos.
Ureslow.
LAST DAY
This is la^t day to place your
Xmas Suit or Overcoat order.
Open this evening till 10 P1 M.
Klein Klothes are selling on their
merit and price. Klein,"" Tailor
and Cleaner.
Your Xmas suit or ov­
ercoat order should be
placed now with Klein,
Tailor and Cleaner.
Northwest hotel.,,
TT,
county, North Dakota, on the 23rd lUId HlCKOry {jlglUte.
tfJ&MAKC'ii.
,r*
TOO LAfE TO CLASSIFY
TO Piece ot Vand near Bls
mafck for second hatxd automobile.
Phone '574L after 6 M".
12 13 3t
WANTED Two men for' work on
garage floor. Lahr Motor Sales Co.
12 13 3t
W ANTED—Young lady wishes posi­
tion as practical nurse. Apply
12 13 St
Call C. A. Finch Lum
phone 17, for
hpr fV
tS.
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DAILY TKIBUJSE
U. S. AUTHOR
ADMITS HE WAS
IN GERMAN PAY
Washington, Dec. 13.—Testimony
that Edward Lyle Fox, a writer, was
sent to Germany in 1915 :by the Ger­
man embassy to write German propa­
ganda which was distributed by the
Hearst International News service
was given today at "the hearing of
the committee of the senate investigat­
ing the brewery industries.
In response to question. Captain
Lester said there is nothing in the
army intelligence record showing
whether either Mr. Hearst or man­
agers of the International News serv­
ice knew that Fox was in tho pay of
the German government.
TJie witness read a telegram sent
from the German embassy in Wash­
ington September 9, 1914, saying:
"Chicago Tribune friendly paper.?
Captain Letfter said that Fox con­
fessed to him that while in Germany
A Health Builder
For Weakened Lungs
'""Where a continued- ccmsh or fcoU
threatens the lungs, Eckman's Altera­
tive wllk help to stop- ,t£e cough.
stren(ftheii: tne lungs and restore
health., 806 and $1.50 bqttles at drug*
tfietir, orrfrom I
ECI£2iLArLABORATORY. Philadelphia
TRIOTIC
this year.
Housewives
pA
whkh id!l save.
And
what
appcsrajn* .at
Making thing! brighter
And at wmr
and money.
So gne her O-Cedar Polish.
gaUrm or* qnsrt
•SuSStSSmaeamm
he had' an. understanding he would1 Montgomery of Tappen, president of
write anything he was told to write the North Dakota Farmers' union, vice
by the German puiblicity -bureau at
Berlin
The witness said he obtained an
admission from Mr. Fbx with refer­
ence to'an article appearing in H915
felling of Russian atrocities.
Captain Lester said that as a re­
sult of a request by President WI1-
son at a personal interview with Ran­
dall Hearst, changes were made in
the film play "Patria" picturing Ja­
pan and Mexico in an alliance against
the United Sttes. The, witness cited
this film one bearing earmarks of
German propaganda.
The German government on July l'O,,
1914, informed about'130 German civ­
ilian employes at" a conference in Ber­
lin that a world war would 'be start­
ed soon, Captain John B. Lester, of
the army intelligence service, testi­
fied Today before the senate commit­
tee investigating the brewers' propa­
ganda.
NO ACTION ON
WARDEN UNTIL
DECEMBER 18TH
"Np action will be taken on the
choice'of a new1 warden for the state
penitentiary earlier than next Wednes­
day, in all probability." said Secre­
tary Foise of the state board of con­
trol last evening in response to a per­
sistent rumor that Sheriff S. A. Smith
Beach had (been glye'n the plum.
The public in the meanwhile is con­
tinuing to pick possibles, among the
late crop (being mentioned R. J.
chairman and a member of the execu
tive committee* of the state council
of defense, an,d a close personal
friend of President A. C. Townley of
the National Nonpartisan league.
Many are still inclined to believe that
fortaer Sheriff Charles r\ MlcDonalrt
of Morton county, now deputy warden,
has the most likely lightning rods, but
some of his friends question this.
2,000 AMERICANS
CURED OF SHOCK
year
useful
they should.
something "will rrralrf. ber funntare brighter
dcaner and pnstaer
is thf TDTwarm
if
yaa
heft •surelya 25c
hnttV- She mil
2tt£3L
Ml
ritlirinm'tob*rt*M*"
i.
Tor six years vie hcveysed Dr. Caldwell's
Syr::p Pepsin i:v our family find .feel zvc
toiild not possibly do without it, especially
fcr the chlldrcy."
0
(From
Caldwell written by Mrs.
ment
City, -lich.)
Children become constipated as readier
r.j do their ciders,'and the result is equally di£
trccciiig. Dr. Cr.Idv/cll's Syrup Pepcin ia ideal
fcr children bccanco cf its pleasant taste, jloci
tive, yet gentle, r.ction, and its freedom from,
opiates and narcotic drugs.
DR. CALDWELL'S
Syrup epsin
The Perfect Laxative
———.
genn Ireland today told the senate
military committee. Of £.500 shell
snock patients, the general said all
except a (bout 8l0 were well almost im-
Washinetpij., Dec. 13.More than 2,- med5ateI
0K) American soldiers suffering from HOIST AMERICAN FLAG
shell shock were cured by. news of ^Amsterdam, Dec. 13.—An Ameri
the signing of the armistice, Sur- lean squadron has arrived at Pola,
Sold by 'Druggists Everywhere
50 cts. (IS:,) $1.00
ATRIAL BOTTLE CAN BE OBTAINED, FREE CP CHARGE. BY WRITINO TO
DR. W. B. CALDWELL. 459 WASHINGTON STREET. MONTICELLO. ILLINOIS
FRIDAY, DEC. 13, 191S
a letter to Dr.
Earl Cowell, Ce­
formerly one of the principal Austrian
naval bases and taken command of the
port. Jugo-Slav vessels in the harbor
have hoisted the American flag.
Phone 75, City Fuel Go.
For the Beulah Coal

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