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THE ELECTION SATURDAY
A. PINK
WAV
BUT ONLY A
Total vote
IJIGHT
VOTE POJJIJEI).
A. A. Allen Elected Mayor .loe D.
Mills, Treasurer and Messrs.
Hewit, Clark, Alley and Klaus, Al
derinen—The A ote in Detail and ly
Wards.
The withdrawal of Mayor Graham Fri­
day night, averted what would probably
have been an exciting contest and left
the friends of Mr. Allen, who were de­
cided to vote for him and use his name
as a candidate nolens volens, in complete
possession of the held as tar as the
mayoralty was concerned. Oi course
fch ore were some hard contests between the
other contestants, but Tho Aloitbelieves
it is correct in saying that low animosi­
ties woro created, and that tho
canvas in the main, was conducted in
a friendly spirit. The contests for alder­
man in both the Second and Third wards
were lively and kept tho lnonds ot the
•different candidates guessing who would
"get there" until tho last vote was count­
ed. The election passed off quietly.
There was no drunkenness and little, if
any disturbance of an} kind •whatso­
ever.
The now council as it will appear with
the gentlemen elected Saturday, will, it
is safe to sav, compare \ery favorably
with
any
which the city ol' Jamestown
has ever had. Tho membors, individu­
ally. are all highly respected citizens and
good business men, and Tho Alert pre­
dicts that tney will make a record tor
themselves—one which will bo in harmony
with the progressive administration
which Mayor Allen may be looked to to
furnish.
The vote in detail is given below:
THE YOTli BY WAltDS.
A. A, Allen...
J. M. (iraliam
Scattering...
KOU MAYOlt.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th To­
ward. Ward. Ward. Ward. tal.
85 1 HI l:ci 121 5LM
4 2 7 19
1 1- 4
Ml
Allen's majority
l'Olt TltKASUKKU.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th To­
ward. Ward. Ward. Ward. tal.
,Joe 1). Mills !I7 87 G8— I!42
ti. A.l.ieber 22 107 UO 62- 251
Scattering 1 1
Mill's majority 00
I IKT WAIM.
H. Hewit
.J. A. Dole
Scattering
Hewit's majority
HF.COM WA1!I.
Fred Clark
A. Halstead...
.Scattering
Clark's majority...
TlllltU WA1!I.
1'. W, Alley
Thos. Driscoll
«T. McKenzie
Scattering
Alley's plurality over Driscoll
FOU1ITH \VAI:I.
A. Klaus,
Frank Ingalls
Klaus' majority...-.
•ran TOTAI. VOTK.
First ward
Second ward
Third ward
Fourth ward
no
21
1
08
io:
OS
87
40
44
112
2fl(3
147
130
r.:5
THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES
THE 5IA.YOI5.
The vote which elected A. A. Allen,
mayor, was a compliment few men in
Jamestown have had. Mr. Allen was
placed in a trying position. He protest­
ed against tho efforts of his friends and
positively declined to permit tho use of
his name but whether or no, they would
not be turned away, and thoir numbers
and influence have made him mayor of
Jamestown in spite of himself. It is a
compliment few men could be insensible
to. Mr. Allen has been one of the most
enterprising, public spirited of citizens
since Jamestown was a hamlet, and his
election to tho highest city office, will
add the prestige of his name and ability
to the side of good government and the
progressive spirit of the day.
TIIE TREASURES.
In the contest for city treasurer two
well liked candidates were in tho field.
Joe D. Mills has been re-elected so many
terms to tho office that it seems useless
for any candidate to contest it against
him. He is as popular today as ever and
was elected Saturday by nearly a hund­
red majority over G. A, Lieber, one of
the best liked and best known residents
of Jamestown. Mr. Liober made a plucky
run.
Mr. Mills will no doubt take care of
the city's money in the same satisfactory
manner as heretofore and the citizens
«an rest assured that no duty of the oilice
will be loft undone as long as Mr. Mills
has charge.
THE FIRST WARD.
O. H. Hewit had such a limited oppo­
sition in the first ward that there was no
call for the gentleman's numerous friends
there to get out the full vote for him.
All know him as one who will bring
credit and conscientious ability to the
office he was chosen to fill, and it is need­
less to say that these expectations will
be realized. Mr. Hewit is an old
citizen identified with Jamestown's pro­
gress and development, and will take a
strong interest in its continued welfare.
THE SECOND WARD CONTEST.
Plucky Fred Clark made a splendid
run in the second ward, and showed to
the surprise of many that he was the
strongest man in the ward. The heavy odds
he had against him would have defeated
any other candidate. A. M. Halstead,his
opponent, is a popular rustler and his
friends fought for him early and late.
The closeness of the vote demonstrated
what the citizens of the second ward
think of Mr. Halstead, and some future
time will show him, no doubt, in a sub
stantial way, their good will and es­
teem.
Alderman Clark did not have to have a
"2000 candle-power electric light to find
his friends in the second ward." He was
able to inform the Capital that he could
have found his friends Saturday with a
lantern, and so ho could. Alderman
Clark has made a straight-up-and-up
member of tho council in tho past, and
the residents of the second1 ward are for­
tunate in again having tho benefit of his
good sense and honest business methods
to represent them lor the next two
years.
THE THIRD WARD.
Tlio vote in tho Third ward was a great
surprise to many who looked only on
the surface. Mr. Dnscoll's vote was cut
up badly by tho Iriendsof Jas. McKenzie,
who entered tho contest at tho last mo­
ment, but both had greatly underestima­
ted the strength of Mr. P. W. Alley, the
successful candidate. This gentleman
announced himself as a candidate from
the start to tho finish, and his vote put
him ahead at tho end. Mr. Alloy's ability
as a speaker, a man of education and ex­
perience deliberative meetings will
made him an excellent representative for
tho third ward. He ontors the council un­
pledged, with kindly feelings towards all
and a strong desire to see the business ot
the city done in a business like, gentle­
manly way. Mr. Alley is a good business
man himself, a rustler from way back,
and will be a credit to the council.
James McKenzie wishes to thank his
friends in tho Third ward tor their sup­
port and votes on Saturday, and remark­
ed that he is on the outside, and wishes
to remain there.
THE FOURTH WARD.
Anton Klaus Jr. after making a gallant
fight last year, and going down with col­
ors flying-, found the tables completely
turned this year and more staunch
friends at the polls in the Fourth ward
than ever. Early and late the boys work­
ed for "Tony", and never lot up. They
were bound to elect him and his hand­
some majority shows how well they cal­
culated. In the hard work of the whole
day Tony took a leading part j.nd to him
is due much of the credit of the thorough
organization for the success of his candi­
dates. Ho himself will represent the
fourth ward to the credit of all, and will
demonstrate the to council the timber of
which he is composed. No one will do
more or take a greater interest in the
prosperity of Jamestown than A. Klaus
Jr., and time will prove the statement.
It is duo to Mr. Ingalls to say that he
was unable to get to the field of action in
his ward until too late the in day to rally
his forces. He is an esteemed citizen and
resident of the Fourth, but the fates were
against him.
"Facts Founded Upon-the Facts."
[This will certify that A. A. Allen left
the following card with me for publica­
tion just prior to his leaving the city fast
Wednesday evening,to be used as therein
expressed. That the same was not pub­
lished in accordance with his request was
that up to tho usual time of going to
piess Friday evening, no public an­
nouncement of his candidacy had been
made.
After the failure of the compromise
meeting, and while temporarily out of
the office, both Mr. Graham's withdrawal
and the Allen ticket were received for
publication and printed at that very late
hour, without my knowledge.
Mr. Allen's card printed elsewhere ex­
plains itself.—ED. ALERT.)
A CARD.
EDITOR ALERT: It having become
necessary for me to leave the city for a
few days, and understanding from cer­
tain rumors that if I do, my name will bo
usod for tho office of mayor at tho com­
ing city election without my consent, I
hereby authorize you to state, in case my
name should be publicly used in such
connection, that I am not a candidate for
any office whatsoever that having an­
nounced my purpose of supporting Mr.
Graham I must, while fully appreciating
their kindly motives, ask my frionds to
discontinue the use of my name and al­
low me only to solicit from them a con­
tinuance of #ieir past liberal clientage—
and their insurance business.
A. A. ALLEN.
Jamestown, P. T., April •!, 1S88.
CONCERNING THE ABOVE.
EDITOR ALERT:—I request the publica­
tion of the foregoing statement that my
position in the recent election may be
clearly defined to the public. I could
not consistently decline a candidacy be­
fore the same had been offered to me,
and it was for the purpose of keeping
faith with Mr. Graham that I prepared
and left said card with you, and I did
this in the manner suggested by and per­
fectly agreeable to his friends, Messrs. E.
P. Wells and A. J. McCabe. The distor­
tion of "Facts" in your last Friday's issno
by the man afraid-of-his-name, is a poli­
ticians easy "back down" before the peo­
ple, but tho wild charges of Mr. Graham
are to be exceedingly regretted cn ac­
count of the spirit manifested therein.
Had these charges not been published,
and had Mr. Graham exhibited the same
Christian fortitude on his part that he
had aright to expect from mo, I would
not have qualified for tlw office ot mayor
under all these embarressing circum­
stances—over which I had no control.
But since the gentleman has now thought
nroper to give me the "name," I will not
ignore the wishes of so many friends,
but will take the "game" and qualify for
the office to which I was so handsomely
elected, and endeavor by my acts to dis­
prove the many campaign reasons why I
chould not become mayor.
QUERY:—If I was a candidate for the
mayor's office, tacitly or otherwise, why
should I have encouraged the candidacy
of Mr. Graham—the strongest possible
opposition I could have hud
A. A. ALLEN.
Who is Your Best Friend?
Your stomach of course. Why Be­
cause if it is out of order you are one of
the most miserable creatures living. Give
it a fair, honorable chance and see if it is
not the best friend you have in the end.
Don't smoke the morning. Don't
drink in the morning. It you must
smoke and drink wait until your stomach
is through with breakfast. You can
drink more and smoke more in the even­
ing and it will toll on you less. If your
food ferments and does not digest right,
—if you are troubled with heartburn,
dizziness ol the head, coming up of the
food after eating, bilhousness. indiges­
tion-or any other troublo ol tho stomach,
you had best use Green's August Flowci,
as no porson can use it without immedi­
ate relief.
Piped Unto tliem, But they Danced
Not.
Minneapolis Star: Tho Jamestown
Alert facetiously remarks:
There is blood on the face of the
moon -the light or Day is paitiallj ou
scurod—the storm signals are out.
Editor Kellogg might have rounded up
his figure of speech little moie b\ ad­
ding:
"Tho Church is wide open inviting
seekers to come within its sacred pre­
cincts but alas! they clirg to their idols
the whole Dav long and come not."
The Whole Vital Machinery
Depends for the fuel, which
ib
the origin oi
Its propulsory force, upon the stomach. In
that hidden alembic the food undergoes the
chemical, changes which transmute it into
blood, from which the system draws the ma­
terial that reimburses it for its daily losses of
tissue. These, oi course, are greauy augment­
ed in disease. If the stomach, therefore, is
weakened or disordered, the system is de­
prived of sustenance. Ilostetter's .Stomach
Bitters can be relied upon to facilitate and re­
new digestion when that function has been in­
terrupted by
weakness of the stomach. Bilious­
ness, or a diversion of the bile from its proper
channel which causes constipation is also rem­
edied by it. Heartburn, wind on the stomach,
sick headache, fur upon the tongue, and other
symptoms of stomach and liver disorder, it
speedily removes. Malarial complaints of
every sort, kidney and bladder troubles, con­
stipation, rheumatism and neuralgia yield
wlien it is used regularly and persistently.
To allay pains, subdue inflamation, hoal
foul sores and ulcers, tho most prompt and
satisfactory results are obtained by using
that old reliable remedy, Dr. J. H.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Sold
by Wonnenberg & Avis.
GEO. E. BROWN fc Co., Aurora, 111.
breeders and importers of Cleveland Bay
and Shire horses and Holstein cattle,
whose advertisment has been running in
this paper for several months, announce
that their special sale will continue till
their present stock is sold. It is comtern
plated to close the partnership, which has
been oxisting so successfully for many
years, after which Goo. E. Brown pro­
poses to continue the business alone.
This firm has, for years, had the repu­
tation of keeping the finest stock in their
line, and they announce that they still
have a large stock of their best on hand
which they will continue to offer for a few
weeks at very attractive prices.
In buying blooded stock it is always
safer to ileal with parties of known good
reputation for honorable dealing.and long
experience. The Messers. Brown will
send their handsomely illustrated pam­
phlet to all who will write for it.
Stock Herded.
Horses and cattle herded by the month
or for the season. I have the best of
facilities for handling stock. My range
is located about twenty miles west of
Melville, and is one of the finest in the
country plenty ol' water. I will take
stock at most reasonable rates. Address
me at Jamestown. Will take stock any
time after April 1st.
T. S. "WADSWORTH.
If von tire suffering with weak or inflam­
ed eyes, or granulated eyelids, you can be
quickly cured by using Dr. .J. H. McLean's
Strengthening Eyo Salve. 25 cents a box.
Sold by "Wonnenberg & Avis.
For Rent.
Seven hundred and fifty acres of sum­
mer fallow, on Coe farms, near lJingree.
Seed furnished. Will rent whole or part.
Good buildings on each 320 acres. Ad­
dress H. M. TABER,
Garden Seeds.
Having had several years experience
in the use of garden seeds, I feel better
qualified to select the varieties suited to
this climate than those who never have
used them. J. J. THOMPSON.
Many suffer from irritation of the kidney
and bladder without knowing what is the
matter with them. Dr. J. H. McLean's
Liver and Kidney Balm will give relief.
Sold by Wonnenberg & Avis.
Mr. C. W. Battell a traveling^ man
representing Messers S. Collins' Son &
Co. printing inks, New York, after
suffering intensely for two or three days
with lameness of the shoulders and back,
completely cured it with two applications
of Chamberlains Pain Balm. It cures
lameness and rheumatism when all other
treatment fails. Sold by druggists.
Land for Rent.
Summer fallow for rent on shares.
About 600 acres on section 33-140-63
about 390 acres on section 21-140-63.
Seed furnished. Apply to
S. K. MCGIXNIS,
Jamestown
No duty should be left undone. If
you have a smarting skin disease it is
not your duty to scratch and irritate it
but to apply Chamberlain's Ointment
and cure it. Sold by druggists.
Largest selection of garden seeds in
town at J. J. Thompson's. No old stock
all fresh and choice.
Sick headache is the bane of many lives
to cure and prevent this annoying com­
plaint use Dr. J. H. McLean's Little Liver
and'Kidney Pillets. They are agreeable to
take and gentle in their action. Sold by
Wonnenberg & Avis.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Ofliee at Fargo, I). 1., April 3, 1888.
O I -Ii is hereby given that the ^following
named settler lias tiled notice of Ins inten­
tion to make tuml proof in support of Ins claim
and that said proof will be made before the judge,
or in ins absence belore lias. I. Hills, clerk ol
the district court at Jamestown, Stutsman comi­
ty, I). J., on Tuesday, Mav '-"2,1HM3, viz:
N
AVI I,HALM K. KAIll.AK,
II. Is. No. Siito. for the nortlTcast quarter of sec­
tion l'_', township 1.47. range i. lie names the
following witnesses to prove Ins continuous resi­
dence iinon and cultivation ot said laud, viz:
Daniel k. Hughes, ol Jamestown. Stutsman
coiintv. I). I.: (icorgc Mnppt.-v. ol Montpeler,
.Stutsman count v, I). I.: IJailev \\. iMiller. ot
Jyniestown. siutsnian county. I). 1.: John Oe
lair. ol Montpelier. Stutsman eotintv, I). 1.
AlienAHI, 1'. H.vrTKr.u-:.
iiegfstcr.
S. L. (ilaspell. Attorney.
First publication April o, luss.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
D1tions
KI'Al'M
'having been made in the condi­
ot a certain mortgage executed and
delivered by liusscllO. Heatliaud Marv I. Heath,
lus wile, mortgagors, to (iiilioliiia M. Ilowland.
mortgagee, dated the-..litli davot July, 1KK(». and
recorded the otlice ot the register ol deeds ot
tin county ol stulsinan ami territory ot Dakota,
on the :wtli dav ol Julv. lss at ."o CIOCK p.m.. in
book ot mortgages, on page 10S.on which there
is claimed to be due at the date ol this notice the
sum ol live hundred sixtv-ciglit soun dollars,
and no action or proceeding has been instituted
at law or in equity to recover the debt secured bv
said mortgage or any part thereof.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
power ot sale contained in said mortgage, and ot
the statute in such case made and provided, the
said mortgage will he toreclosed by a sale of Un­
mortgaged premises therein described, which
sale will be made at the trout door ol the court
house in Jamestown, in the county of Stutsman
and territory ol Dakota, at public auction, bv
the sheritl ol said county, on
Saturday, Ilie 31st day of April, A.I). 1888,
at
A
o'clock |. in.,
to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy the
amount 'which shall then be due on said mort­
gage, with tile interest thereon, and costs and
expenses of sale, taxes, and fifty (.S.iOi dollars at­
torney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in
case of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage and
so to be sold, are the tract or parcel of land situ­
ated in the county of Stutsman and territory of
Dakota, and known and described as follows, to
wit: The southeast quarter of section numbered
thirty (30), in township numbered one hundred
and fliirtv-seven (137), north of range numbered
sixty-two' (G'-) west of the llft.li principal mere
diaii, containing one hundred and sixty (1(K))
acres, more or less, according to the government
survey thereof.
Dated February 15th, 1888.
(il'I.IKI.MA M. I lOW LA
Nit,
DKFAUl.Tahaving
Mortgagee.
Jl. A. Mill, Attorney for Mortgagee, .fames-'
town, I). T.
First publication March 1,1RSS.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
been made in the condi­
tions of certain mortgage executed and de­
livered by Alexander 1'. ltoss and .Susan ltoss,
iiis wife, "mortgagors, to J. Krnest Smith, mort­
gagee. dated the tilth dav of February, 1884, and
recorded as a mortgage in the oilice of the regis­
ter of deeds of the county of Stutsman and terri­
tory of Dakota, on the 2lst day of February,
1884, at 10 o'clock a. in., ill book (i of mortgages,
on page 0."i, on which there is claimed to be
due at tile date of this notice the amount of six
hundred twenty-seven and (0-100 (••?(!-7.i!0) dollars
and no action or proceeding lias been instituted
at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by
said mortgage, or any part thereof.
Notice is given that bv virtue of a power of
sale contained in said mortgage, and of the stat­
ute ill such case made and provided, the said
mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mort­
gaged premises therein described, which sale
will be made at the front door of the court house
in Jamestown, in the countv of Stutsman and
territory of Dakota, at public auction, by the
sherill' ol' said county, on
Saturday, 1 he 31st day of A|ril, A.I). 1888,
at 3 o'clock p.m.,
to the highest -bidder for cash, to satisfy the
amount which shall then be due on said mort­
gage, with the interest thereon,and costs and ex­
penses of sale, taxes, and fifty (Sr() dollars at­
torney's fees, as stipulated in said mortgage in
case of foreclosure.
The premises described is said mortgage and
so to be sold are the tract or parcel of land situ­
ated in the county of Stutsman and territory of
Dakota and known and described as follows, to
wit: The southwest quarter of section num­
bered thirtv-l'our (34), of township numbered one
hundred and thirty-seven n:!7), north of range
sixty-two i(W west of the fifth principal mere
diaii, containing one hundred and s.xty acres,
ilGO) more or less, according to the government
survey thereof.
Dated February 1.7th, lsxs.
J. KIIN KSTSMITH,
Mortgagee.
1!. A. Bill, Attorney for Mortgagee, James­
town, I). I.
First publication March 1. isss.
NOTICE OF F1MAL PROOF.
Land Oilice at Fargo, D. T., March 111, 1888.
NOTICK
Ann Arbor, Mich.
A TRIP SOUTH.—Mr. L. M. Martin a
prominent Iowa railroad man and Su­
perintendent of tho St. Louis Des Moines
& Northern E. 11. says: "On my return
from a recent trip south, where the water
was very impure, I was attacked with a
violent case of cholera morbus. Having
heard a great deal of Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy I conclud­
ed to try it and with the most beneficial
results within six hours I was complete­
ly cured." No well regulated household
should be without a bottle of Chamber­
lain's Colic and Diarrhoea remedy. Sold
by druggists.
is hereby given that the following
named settler has liled notice of his inten­
tion to make final proof in support of his claim
and secure final entry thereof, viz:
11 ENIIV KKMI.KU,
II. I
E. No. 111,303 (trans. 1. S. No. for the
least quarter of section js. township 137 n,
southe .. ...
range 63 w, and names the lollowmg as his wit­
nesses, viz:
Henry Kekhardt, Ifoswell 1. I.yon. Lemon
Douglass anil John Nickersou, all ot Montpelier,
Stutsman county. D.
The testimony to be taken before the judge, or
in his absence before the clerk of the district
court, at Jamestown, D. T„ on Monday, the 7th
day of May, A. D. 18SS, at his oilice.
Telephone Connection.
D1tionsof
MLCIIAKI. F. I'.ATTKI.I.K,
Register.
Jno. S. Watson, Attorney.
First publication March -,'2.18S8.
NOTICE OF CONTEST.
l\ S. Uuid Ollicc, ltismarek, D. T.,
March it 1888.
COMI'LUXT
having been entered at this
office by Iienjainin D. Merry against Joseph
!1 Knauf for abandoning his hoinetoad entry
No i:ii\ dated Mav -'".til, 18S3, upon the north­
west quarter of section township 13* n, range
(17 w, in Stutsman county, Dakota territory, with
view to tho of said entry tho saiil
parties art* hereby smumomMl to appear at tlie
otlice of Edgar 1. Camp, notary public, at his
oilice in Jamestown, 1). T., on the lltli day of
Mav. 1SS8, at to o'clock a.m., to respond and
furnish testimony concerning said alleged aband­
onment. Hearing at this oilice May is, isss, at
•_ p. in. A. ItKA,
Receiver.
Mckeus & Baldwin, his Attorneys.
First publication April 5, l^SS.
NOTICE- TIMBER CULTURE.
I'. S. Land Otlice, Fargo, Dak., March 30,1S88.
COMl'LAINT
having been entered at this
otlice bv Willie C.Wescom, of I'iugrce.Stuts
man countv, Dakota, against Nancy L. l.ovett,
for failure 'to comply with law as to timber cul­
ture entry No. 8,913, dated October 10th, 1SS3,
upon the northeast quarter of section 'J.s. town
shin 143, range 0r, in Stutsman county, Dakota
territorv, witil view to the ejuiceiJatiou ol saiu
entrv eontestant alleiiiii.tj that the sum
Lovett has failed during the year ending Oc­
tober 10th. A. D. is* to plant any trees, cuttings
of trees, or tree seeds, on the land embraced in
her said entry that tile said Nancy 1.. I-oyett has
failed during the vear ending October lotli. A. D.
1SS7 to plant any trees, cuttings of trees,
or tree seeds, on the laiul eitioraeeu 111
her said entry that there are
110
trees of any
kind or nature growing upon said tract that
said tract not nor has been cultivated as re
quired by law. The said parties are herebysuii!
moned to appear at tins oftlee on Vridaj. tiu
25th day of Mav, 1888. at 10 o'clock a. n., to res­
pond and furnish testimony concerning said al­
leged failure.
MU'LL A KI. F. BATTF.I.T.E,
Kegister.
McMillan & Frye, Attorneys.
First publication April i, 18S8.
KFAULT lmvinu' boon made in th» condi­
:i certain mortgage executed ml de­
livered by Kninions J. Heath and Emily D.
Heath, liis wife, mortgagors, to Kniiiy neais,
mortgagee, dated the ltitli day of .March, 1HSU,
and recorded as a mortgage in the ofliee of the
register of deeds of the county of Stutsman, in
the territory of Dakota, on the 17th day of
March, issti, ato'clock and niiuutes in the
forenoon, in hook (1 of mortgages, on page li7,
on which there is claimed to lie due at the date
of this notice the sum of six hundred ninety-live
($605) dollars, and no action or proceedings have
been instituted at law or inequity to receiver the
debt secured by said mortgage or any part
thereof.
Notice is hereby given that by -virtue of a
power of sale contained in said mortgage, and of
the statute in such case made and provided. Un­
said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the
mortgaged premises therein described, which
sale will lie made at the front door of the court
house in .Jamestown, in the county of Stutsman
ami territorv of Dakota, at public auction, by
the sheriff ot said county, on
Siitunhi.v, tlic 'Jlst dsiy i»f April, A.I). 1SS8,
at o'clock p. in.,
to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy the
amount which shall then be due on said mort­
gage, with the interest thereon, and couls and
expense of sale, taxes, anil seventy-live tST.'i dol­
lars attorney's fees, as stipulated in said mort­
gage in ease of foreclosure.
The premises described jn said mortgage, and
so to ho solil, are the tract or parcel of laud situ­
ate in the county of Stutsman and territory of
Dakota, and known and described as follows, to
wit: The southeast ipiarter of section numbered
eiulit (8\in township numbered one hundred
and thirtv-scven il."7i. north of ranne numbered
sixty-two west of the fifth principal meridian,
rontainiiiL: one hundred ami sixty ilijOi acres,
more or less, according to the government sur­
vey thereof.
Dated l-'ebruary 13th, ISSS.
KMII.Y SKARS,
Mortgagee.
Ii. A. Bill, Attorney for .Mortgagee, .James
tow n. ll. T.
First publication March l, isss.
NOTICE OF FINAL, PROOF.
J. R. WINSLOW,
-DEALER IN
l,and Otlice at l-'argo, P. T., March 7. 18:s.
NOTICK
is hereby given thaj the following
named settler has given notice of his inten­
tion to make tinal proof in snpport of liis claim
and secure tinal entry thereof, viz:
KDWIN HAUIiKAYKS,
11. 1". No. for the northeast quarter of
section :m, township 140 n. range mt w, and names
the foilowintr as his witnesses, viz:
Hubert Yessev, John lleanev. Hiram \V. Cow­
an, Abraham .Jones, all of Windsor 1'. o., in
Stutsman conntv, D. T.
Tile testiinonv of claimant ami witnesses to be
taken before the judge or in liis absence before
the clerk of the district court, at his office ill
.Jamestow n, Stutsman conntv. 1. T., on Satur­
day, the list 11 day of April,[A. 11. ItW.
LUMBER.
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Building Paper, Etc., Etc.
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and Square Dealing towards all. One Price to everybody, and that price
guaranteed to be the lowest that same quality of goods can be bought for
elsewhere. Only the most reliable goods are sold by us, every garment
we sell being warranted to give good wear for the price paid for it or
money refunded. We refer to any of our customers regarding our res­
ponsibility and square dealing. Boys' and Children's Clothing a Spec­
ialty.
People living away from St. Paul can buy from us as cheaply and as
easily as though in our store. We cheerfully send Goods on approval to
any part of the West, giving party ordering privilege of examining same.
Itcosts you not a penny unless the goods please and you keep them.
FREE—Our Elegant Price-List, Rules for Self-Measurement and
Fashion Plate sent to any address. Special attention given to all Out
of-Town trade.
O N E I E O I N O S E
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
CORNER THIRD AND ROBERT STREETS.
JOSEPH McKEY & CO. I ST. PAUL. I Reliable Outfitters
WE HAVE NO BRANCH HOUSES.
Halladay Standard Wind Mills, Tanks
And Tank Heaters, Feed Mills, Feed Cutters, and a full line of
Standard Haying Tools, Post Hole Diggers, Etc.
Residence and Shops, near Fifth street bridge.
MU'HAKI. I". 1!ATTI:I.I.K.
Kegister.
U-wis T. Hamilton, Attorney.
First publication March 13. 1W.
NOTICE OI~ FINAL PROOR
l.and otlice at Fargo, I). T., March S, 18SS.
"VT OTICK is hereby given that the following
named settler has given notice of liis in­
tention to make tinal proof in support of his
claim and secure final entry thereof, viz:
AVi 1.1,1AM FAKI.KY,
11. K. Xo. "ntiO for the northwest quarter of
section 14. township l:«) n, range ca w, and names
the following as his witnesses, viz.:
Treat, Kiciiard (iainsfortli, C'liarlesGrim
wood, M. r.:reen,allof Spiritwood, Stutsman
county. P. T.
The testiinonv to le taken before Hon. Y\ m.
Francis, judge, or in liis absence, lieforeChas.
T. Hills, clerk ot the distort court, at .James­
town, Stutsman county. 1. T., on Thursday, the
•.'Cth lay of April,.A. P. ISSH, at his office.
Mll IIAKI. F. K.VTTKt.LK,
Kegister.
S. L. (ilaspell. Attorney.
First publication March 15,18S8.
C. D. ALTON, Agent, Jamestown, Dak.
Deering Binders,
Minnesota Chief Threshers,
AXD FARM MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
Flour and Feed. Garden, Field and Tree Seeds. Jewel Vapor Stove,
the best in the market.
Second Hand Goods Bought and Sold.
J. M. TiiEN AKY, Jamestown, Dak.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
J~\KFAl'I,T having been made in the eondi-
J—'
tions of a certain mortgage executed and
delivered by Charles Ilviner and Stella ltvnier,
liis wife, mortgagors, to K. H. (iaylev, trustee
for lleald & Company, mortgagees,date'd the 27tli
day of January, tssi and recorded as a mort­
gage in the otlice of the register of deeds of the
the county of Stutsman, and territorv of Dakota,
on the lotli day of February, 1S8H, at 'in o'clock a.
ill., ill book ti of motgages,'on page llU,on which
there is claimed to be due at the date of this no­
tice the amount of live hundred thirty-two and
•Jo-loo iSxw.^oi dollars, and no action or proceed­
ing lias been instituted at law or in equity to re­
cover the debt secured by said mortgage, or any
part thereof.
Notice is given that by virtue of a power of sale
contained in said mortgage, and of the statute in
such case mailt.' and provided, tlu- said mortgage
will lie foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged
premises therein described, which sale will be
made at the front door of the court house in
.Jamestown, in the county of Stutsman and terri­
tory of Dakota, at public auction, by the sheriff
of said county, on
Suturday. the '11st day or April, A.P. 1888.
ill o'clock p. m.,
to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfv the
amount which shall then' he due on said'mort­
gage, with the interest thereon, and costs and
expenses of sale, taxes, and fifty i-Sloi dollars at­
torney's fees stipulated in said mortgage in case
of foreclosure.
The premises described in said mortgage and
so to be sold are the tract or parcel of land situ­
ate in tile county of Stutsman and territory of
Dakota, and known and described as follow s," to
wit: Tiie southeast quarter of section number­
ed twenty-four'.24'. in township numbered one
hundred and thirty-suven (I:ST. north of range
numbered sixty-three ift!) west of the lifth prin­
cipal nieretlian. containing one hundred and
sixty acres, more or less, according to the gov­
ernment survey thereof.
Paled February l.'iih, 18S.S.
K. II. OAYI.EV.
Trustee for Heald & Company, mortgagees.
I!. A. Kill, Attorney for Mortgagee, James­
town. I). T.
First publication March 1. isss.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
T-yCFAri.T ifuingbecn made in the payment
of tiie Mini of sixteen hundred ninety-five
and :*nou dollars, which is claimed to be d'ue at
tin-date of this notice ujion a certain mortgage,
duly executed ami delivered lv John Dee" and
F.velinc ('. Dee. liis ife,to.Iolin faylor.dated Oc­
tober 17th. iss: and duly recorded in the ofliee of
the register of deeds in "and for the county of
Stutsman and territory of Dakota, October lStll,
Iss:!, at S o'clock a. m.', in hook of mortgages,
on jiagc and no action or proceeding at law
or otherwise having been instituted to recover
the debt secured by said mortgage, or any part
thereof
Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of a power of sale contained in said mort­
gage, and pursuant to the .statute in such ease
made and provided, tile said mortgage wiU le
foreclosed, anil the premises described in and
covered by said mortgage, viz: The south cine
half of lot number three t3i. in block number
thirty-nine i.'Kii, in the original town mow in the
citvi'of Jamestown, Stutsman county. Dakota,
according to the plat thereof of record in the
office of the register of deeds in and for said
county, with the hereditaments and appurte­
nance's, will be sold at public auction, to the
highest bidder for cash, to pay said debt and in­
terest, and the taxes if any, on said premises,
ami one hundred and fifty ilollars attorney's fee,
as stipulated in and by said mortgage in case of
foreclosure, and the disbursements allowed by
law: which sale will be made by the sheriff of
said Stutsman county, at the front door of the
court house in the "city of Jamestown, in said
countv and territorv.
on Saturday, the iilst day
of April. A. P. lxxs, at 10 o'clock a. m. of that
dav, subject to redemption at any time within
one year from the day of sale, as provided by
law." ....
Dated February 8th. A. T. 1888.
JOHN TAYLOR,
Mortgagee.
First publication March 8,1888.

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