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NEED OF THE POET.
Th« Laws of the Mind Make Him ail Im
pnrtant Factor.
It is Impossible for men to live in the
,worlil without poetry of some sort or
other. If tliey cannot pet the host
they will tfet some substitute for it,
and thus seem to verify Saint Au'*us
toine's slur that it is wine of devils, sa.vs
James Russell Lowell in Century
jThc mind bound down too closely to
rwhat is practical either becomes inert,
or revenges itself by rushing into the
savage wilderness of "isms." The in­
sincerity of our civilization has dis­
gusted some persons so much that thev
lliave sought refuge in Indian wigwams
and found refreshment in taking
scalp now and then Nature insists
above all things upon balance She
contrives to maintain a harmony be­
tween the material and spiritual, nor
allows the cerebrum an expansion at
the cost of the cerebellum If the
character, for example, ''un on one si le
iinto religious enthusiasm, it is not un­
likely to develop on the other a conn
Jterpoise of worldly prudence Thus
ithe Shaker and the Moravian are noted
•for thrift, and mystics are not always
the worst managers Through all
changes of condition and experience
man continues to be a citizen of the
world of idea as well as the world of
fact, and the tax gatherers of both are
spunetual
There is as much poetry as ever in
the world if we only knew how to And
•it out. and as much imagina tion, per
haps, only that it takes a more pro- aic
direction. Every man who meets with
misfortune, who is stripped of material
prosperity, finds that he has a little
outlying mountain farm of imagina­
tion, which did not appear in the
{schedule of his efFeets. on which his
ispirit is able to keep itself alive, thotr'h
he never thought of it while he was
fortunate .Job turns out to be a great
poet as soon as his (locks and herds are
taken awav from him.
TENANTED BY WILD HOGS.
A Large Alabama Tr.icf \Vher« No Hu
man inn? »'Wells.
In the northern part of Limestone
icounty. Ala., is a tract of land con­
sisting of more than one thousa.i 1
acres, which is not on the map of the
state, nor can it be found in the reg­
ister's office of that county No one
claims it and no taxes have ever been
(paid on it. It is a vast wilderness, in­
habited by snakes, deer and razorback
hogs. It is a free hunting ground, and
thousands of these hogs are killed
every year, more for sport than for
anything else. The hogs are wild and
cannot domesticated. Their yield
is said tc be enormous. Tom Cooth. of
Pulaski. Tenn.. secured a male and fe­
male and did all in his power to tame
them, but failed. lie kept them a
year, and at the end of that time they
were as wild as at first. The more he
fed them the thinner they became.
Within the year they consumed four
hundred bushels of corn and were as
lean as church mice. During that time
the sow had five litters of pigs, num­
bering two hundred and ten. Mr
Booth uld not tame any of these nor
get then fat enough to make even
soap grease. Finally he gave them to
a negr. who now considers himself
ur/ler obligations to Mr. IJooth
The sli of these hogs resembles
•horii^t'.-- h: It is as tough as a coon­
s'. h\ .'I'd a large-sized hog of this
rendered would not make
ough to fry a skillet of batter
hey go through a garden like
plow, and no vegetable es
m. They can crowd through
that would hardly admit a
md their sharp noses act a
garden gates. The Tenne .
iue great fun of Alabama's
hogs.
-FUSED A THRONE.
II Presumptive of Austria Thrown
Ovi-r l'or :i Youns I.ieuteu:*nt.
Some time ago. says Vienna Letter
in the London News, it was believed
that the heir presumptive to the Aus­
trian throne. Archduke Francis Ferdi­
nand. would marry his Bavarian cous­
in's daughter. I'rineess Elizabeth. It
is now heard that the idea existed, and
wa. much favored by the emperor, but
the young prima:.- .? frustrated these
plans.
More than a year ag -lie began to
look approvingly upon a handsome
young lieutenant. Karon S The
youugoilicer began by riding past her
•windows a couple of times a day. then
he obtained a room with windows
facing Prince Leopold's palace. In the
winter, at court balls, the lieutenant
danced often or than any other with the
princess, anl in the spring lawn tennis
brought them more together still.
All at once the young oiljeer was
transferred to a regiment stationed in
Alsace: and this seemed the tame end
of a romantic story. IJut in the sum­
mer. when Princess Elizabeth staid
with her emperor grandpa at Ischl. she
is supposed to have used her time so
well that the emperor promised to
make the baron a prince, to give hirn
some landed property, and to allow the
happy couple to i-lurry if their love
was proof against time.
The princess is nineteen, pretty, per­
fectly natural, si
pered. That
a union with !.!.
certainty of
not alienate
who know ie-r
natural grace.
Humiztt
Princess
/cry sweet-tem
have preferred
he loves to the
throne will
,.ililies of those
ve her for her
-filiation*,
the wife of the
A sace- Lorrai ne,
.incle, a Russian
llni
governor gt-in
inherited fl'ol
general, r.stat'
(W0.000 or 40,'..:.
Ilu.--.ian law (•,:
l.ot hold pr
compeilc 1
.ussia worth 30,
ibles. Under the
i.on-residents can
and the princess
ell her estates at
She a the czar to grant her
a little time as the financial strin­
gency, which pre vails in Russia as well
r, in this country, has made real estate
I to dispose of. The czar, how
er, for political reasons, refused to
r-:i lie poor "vom
a be if
11 1
BALKING THE IT "i.LA THIEF.
A WHSIIIDC'""
MITT U-IILL. IN I
Another Ion
be CI
led I)rn\
were receive
a few days
the way. -a 'a
ing to build I
most fashic'n'
the prospect
tion 11 is
tnatie-.illy
is. one at
ments it I
lost. T'
especially
ueig bor'o'•!
been a su!j
been a seri-it
trouble were
nls of the
HIM'
of t'-e mnbr-'ll
findings ivoepiv
1 nirv as to the
The new r.
not. i
art 'el
-nt
1 ere
i:i
of the devic
ranged p'
j.,rr rever'- ".
1 e- rd for
ear or r:
reel: :n wit
V-ration lor':
for action
on sett1.- it
ie combina:
pickcd up
•work The
accordin to
nrm ho ow?
-e fr- ni a
1 to I- i.'ir
or cr
i• How
rmbrella."
oi" a more fore'1
({the I "Tua
the local mur.i
ing profanity
LIKE A C.I
I' uri#*"n
from
1 at
vely
but it
r-•
Vor.«
Ihlhel 1
pr.
v. or «f i-i
ciiilicult
a .-a: -I
ea.-y i' .«».
arou:s 'Iso r.
I -fore the '.i
ad is about ...
it.' tar at the I
nailer ir'til i
toe top
been w.r
jvars, but
lionc to tl.v-
hI un Auto­
il lileld
is about to
he invention
ol'.ice only
an. who. by
is prep r
honse in the
the city wit
this inven
an anto-
I'ella That
•narrat'
owner v.
of ur.il f
tried in I
as lo
t. and it
wh '. icr ie
wii Kior
would go «I7
'nte (lepra •it-•
•il'lic that a
out muc i:i
»f the l- i
lbre!' I
ho or
'on Po
-r 1 a
wor! in
ompaetly r-
a rnultip!'/
rj it to be
of a street
ay In eon
'i is a com
mae'ii'ie
the unibrel'a
!.v switches in
soon as it is
iph gets in its
be arranged
•••rat.ory ff
reiki and ean
-••lied -'e
'^1'otecter tti a
thief." or
-other i-,rl
•"•:ehi-i
thertr.- •••ill
linvte 1
ances regard-
•"XS'R-W.
".o:-ntnin i!e-
.'ficfn miles
the ij ter
known po.-i
ona or
I 1
-a ew
a t:io-t f
•oft d
•n and
was not a
imm'-nc.'s in
•ri es at an
.ion. going
ifteen times
ac'red The
'|uare when
radually gets
feet wide at
-, the road has
•'ie storms of
i.orse is of no for a week after the
trip The top of the mountain isabout
seven thou-ami feet above the plain.
There is Nothing at tin top. and the
adventurer wonders, when he gets
there, what the road i\«.s built for.
THE CRADLZ OF GREAT NEN.
A Dist.n^iilsJjeil Pubilcint Mtya the tVe»t
Is Tlielr I'.lrthp ace.
The typical Americans have all been
western men. with the exception, let
us say, of Washington. Washington
had not had much of European culture.
The qualities that made him a great
commander and a great president were
qualities which would have made him
un equally great frontiersman. Yon
cannot imagine Hamilton, or.Madison,
or Livingston, or John Adams, or the
Pinckncys living tolerably on the fron­
tier. Tliey are uot Americans in the
sense in which Clay and .lacksou and
Lincoln arc Americans. We may wish
that the typical Americans of the past
had had more knowledge, a more culti­
vated appreciation of the value of
what was old and established, a
juster view of foreign nations
and foreign politics that they
had been more like Webster and less
like Jackson and we may hope that
the typical American of the future
will be wiser arid better poised. IJut
in the meantime the past i.s to be un­
derstood and estimated as the
facts stand, and only a thoroughly
sympathetic comprehension of these
men who have actually been the typ­
ical Americans will enable us to effect
that purpose. The fact that Clay
rather than Webster, Jackson and not
John Quincy Adarns, represented the
forces which were really predominant
and distinctively American in our de­
velopment is commentary enough on
any theory that makes either of the
peculiar sections of the Atlantic sea­
board the principal or only theater of
American history.
T^VERY man ougni to \wsri eminent*:,
not by pulling others down, but by
raising himself.
THE highest pleasure which nature
has indulged to sensitive perception is
that of rest after fatigue.
THK prosperity of a people is propor­
tionate to the number of hands and
minds usefully employed. N.
Ledger.
NOl'lCE OK KXt'l \TK)N OP RE
I'EMl'TION.
OKF1CK OK ('OL'NTY M'lllTOH, (.
Htiiisinan Coiiiity. ortli Dakota,
To.Iiinit's I.. Ilawli-y.
You are neivnv n. tlfli-d tliut the ImiU (l»
scrllH'il a* s«-c 1", 1'wu i..7 K. 6'.'. ll!^^ess^•^^ ill
vnur name, was soil fur taxes Ore. 8 1890 fur
txsit tax as provided hy law, ami that the time
ot redemption ii-om said silt' allowed hy
law. will expire on tile titllh (I of Ma 'll. 18M,
or within sisty days aft tin* pub Wition of
tins roiice In addition to the amount.$!7 94,
nee swavy to it-de^ni liomsaid Mile, the cost of
publication of this noliec must be paid together
with such inieiest us may accrue fro.ii anu
after this date
In witness whereof, I havr licieunto net my
.r,. hand md sea! at Jamestown, lit said
[si.ai..j
(MMIty
lie
,,f -uiignmu Is lwth day of
.lamia'V iSSU. ,). VKN.fliM,
County Audit r. Stutsman County, ortli Da­
kota.
Hy J. i. NiKKi.iJfo, Ui'put.v.
rt si I'ub. .Ian. 2ft 18B4.
\0lit'E AS TO REDEMPTION OF
LAMs SOLIt FO TAXB-S.
sTATK H-' v-oi-TII DAKOTA,
County of SIIUSIIIHII.
WII.T. as, N the 5th day of January, 1*94, the
Holder of lax en liticate duly presented the same
to die subs Tiber the eforc, tlce is
hi reby irlven to l'lnnna (ierniain, the person
in whose name -belauds hereinafter de ci Itied
en- assessed lor taxalion 111 the yvar A. I. 1KS9.
and to all pe sons in any w.iy eom er ed therein,
that the .statutory period for the redemption or
id lands irom the sale of tile ame for laxes of
ill y.-ar A •. lss'.i wale -.ml lands ^ere at
such sale sold fo the sum of forty-oii" ents, will
expire »n Ihc r.iiitiay of Marcii. is94 that. ilie
amount necessary .edeein said lands from
said sale at the date of this notice exclusive of
the costs of pnblieatloi and the -ervice of Hie
same is the sum si\ty nt- that the amount
ne essary to redeem tie same on the said litli
lay of March. Itt'4. ill date when said period of
redemption will expire, exclusive of said costs,
will be I lie
sum of sixty two cents tile said lands,
situ ue and bei _• in lie eouniy of tutsman and
slate of North .ikot ., are tescrioed as follows,
t"W t: Ah of lot nimib.'icd tventy (2Ki ill block
numbered six if ill .if Monteeller.
VKNMTM.
Co ntv Auditor oi ^tutsman County, Nortii i)a
ko'ta Mlleial Seal.
Hated Janiri-.y SIH 18.4
Kirst pulilieaiion,.Ian II.
NOTICE OF SALE.
Xotl -e is iie i-l ven. that by virtue of a
judgment and d- ei ee
.11
foreclosure, ren ered
and giicn by t!,- .. Mr et coiir of the Third
judicial disi it ui'l the eouniy of Cass
and sate of N'.ir li Da.ota. a nl entered and
docket din the office of tile dei of said court
in tml for said county, D-eiiOtInlay of Dccem
er ltfW in an .-H-II'OII wherein he Travelers
lisiiraiiee Ciiiiip.ui.v of llaitford. Connecticut, a
corporatioi as plaiutitf and Henry.I. olman
and .I imes C. l.ee 'edef ndauts in favor oi
the said plaiut't! and against the said def lid
ants He .1. .mian .iini .lames c. I ee for
the sum of"v in- huii'ir thirty-two dollars ail
ten cents which judgment and decree anionic
other tilings dirce ed sale bv me of the real
estate he'reiiiafti described, to satisfy the
amount of ..U jndtf t. with interest thereon
and the co ts a'd expenses of such sale.or so
muc thereof as me pr i-eeds of such sale appli
•al'l. thereto ill .sati-ty And by virtue of a
writ to nic issued o-it of the otlice of tile clerk of
ail con in and for sa'd coiintv of Cass and
und rili seal oi iid court, directing me to sell
sai rci-1 pi.'p. rn pnr-uant to slid judClient
a i: decree. I, I .1. luhh. sheriff of Stutsman
-o ntv North liakota, and pe sou appointed hy
aid c'oint lo make said s:ilc. will sell the liere
in.nti desci ile 1 real st to to the highest bid­
der. or ash. at public auction at the front door
court house in the itv of .lamestowii. in
le coun of -tutsman and state of North Da­
kota, on t'lie Hi'i day of February. A I). !S!»4. «t
lo
o'clock
hereto
Me to lake a
'i:y places,
I
v. -.'.-re the si
l.i:.r': of the
ly eon oil t'.
the mountain a
road. a", :i-. I-. a v.. task, as it
about thirty mile a- r.ear as can be
c.u lau-.l without aetu.-.l measure­
ment i'iie lowest r«,-ad is a little over
ree miles long when it goes around
the mountain once however, this is
very irregular and goes around several
spurs of the mountain iie roughness
of t..e road is undescriba- le. and
r.i. ,t little, the
can be plain
To ascend
must follow the
a m. of that day. to satisfy said judg­
ment, wilh inn-rest and costs thereon, and the
costs and expenses of such sale, or so much
iMo'onf as the proceeds of Mich sale applicable
»iii •atisfy. The premises to he sold as
afor -said pu sii in't to said judgment and decree,
and to s. id writ and to this notice, are described
in said judgment, decree and writ, as follows,
to-wit:
TI.e northwest |iiarter (iiwAi) of section two
12. in 'wnshipone hundred and thirty-seven
h: north, of ran^'e sixty-two (62) west, lyinjj
and Ii ii ii- within the county of iStutsiuan, and
-tai. ill North DakoUl.
Date: Jamestown, N D., Dec. 23rd, 1893.
J..I EDDY,
Sue: tf of Stutsman county, state of North Da
a
II C. Southard, vttorney for Plaintiff, Fargo,
N l.
First Pub Dec. 28,1893.
SUM MOMS.
STATK OK N ORTH AKOTA, I
Comity of S utsniiin.
In District ourt. Fit Judicial District.
The Alliance Mortgage and Investment'l
Company (l.ltn teil) of Manchest r, I
i-amland,
Plaintiff
against
James M. I.loyd. William M. Lloyd.
a
Frederick H."l-ancht-r. v-rederlck'H.
Fain-hei as assignee of William M.|
l.lovd, lli-e',. Kitchel. Cornelius I.. I
it' in-1, Staillev
If
Kitcllel- Nicollet
National Bank of Minneapolis, Minnc
sota S
4
Mclaughlin, Wisconsin
ational I5atik o[ Watertown,
A
iscon- I
sin Lloyds Vitloiial Hank of James-|
town, North Dakota dei)C- Johnson
as receiver of Lloyds National Banko
Jamestown North Dakota, succeed
iiiL'.lolin 1. (teuton, receiver Orrin L.
Churchill ind i-rank WcliMer.co |iart
ners as Churchill & Webster Hubert
A. Kirk eiiry I?. Allen and Arthur
K. llathorn co partners as Kirk. Allen
iS ilathorn John ijoper. .Mich id I
II Scluuit/. and Meiirv Allen. tr"s-1
tees of Fort Seward Lodge of tilt
Ancient I irdcr of I'nited Workmen,
Defendants
The Stat of North Dakota lo the above named
def. admits:
Von ami each of you are hereby summoned
and rci'iiired 'o answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the abo.e entitled aettoii, which
omnlaint was tiled in the otlice of the clerk ol
the district unit in and for the county of Stuts­
man, and st te of North Dakota, on the twenty
third day of December, lxys. and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaint on the suli
sefiher at his otlice the city of Jamestown, In
said county within t1 irtydajs after the service
ot this summons upon you. exclusive of tlledav
of such service and if you shall fail to answer
the said complaint vvitliih the time aforesaid the
tdaintil! in this action will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in the said complaint.
Dated at Jamestown, Stutsman county. North
Dakota, January, 10th. IH'.M.
Ui)i.\i: W CAMP.
Plaintiff's Att' rney.
First Pub Ja(i IS. 1K04.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
State of North Dakota,
county of Stutsman
Morris l!"-ck,
Plaintiff,
against
David (ioodman and J. D. C.oodinan,
Defendants.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an ex­
ecution to me directed and delivered, and now
in mv hands, issued out of the Clerk's office of
the Fifth Judicial District Court, State of North
Dakota, iu and for the county of Stutsman, upon
a judgment rendered in said court in favor of
Morris Me and against David Goodman and J.
D. Goodman.
I have levied upon the following described
real pro|M-rty of said defendants to-wit: All of
lots numbeied sixteen and seventeen (16 and 17)
in block two (2) of Kelley & Fuller's second ad­
dition to the town (now city of Jamestown,
Stutsman countv. in the state of North Dakota.
And that I shall, on Saturday the '44th day of
February, A D. 1894. at the hour of 2 o'clock
p. m. of said day, at the front door of the Court
house in the city of
Jamestuwn.in said county and
state, proceed to sell the right, title and interest
of the above named David Goodman and J. D.
Goodman in and to the above described prop­
erty, to satisfy said Judgment and costs, amount­
ing to Ave hundred and twenty-six dollars and
ten cents, together with all accruing costs of
sale, and Interest on the same from the 10th day
of November, tHfl-i. at the rate of seven per cent
per annum, at public auction, to the highest bid­
der for cash.
SUMMONS.
STATK OF NOHTII DAKOTA, FG(,
County of siiitsina
In District court, Fifth Judicial district.
The Titlollu naiiteeaiid Trust Company.
Assignee of Uizarus .Silverman.
Plaintiff,
auainst
David (ioodiuan, iiinle Goodman,
Oliver Knglisli. James II Cruni Wil­
liam H. 'l limbic, Adolpii L. Singer.
I iiiaiuiel itothciiild, N.itlian Uothchild,
Ahralil liollielilld Abel Lainph i,
Dudley ii Finch James A. Skinner,
co-partners as l.ampher, Fin .t skin
uei .lose McKibldn, I'thur lJ I lls
coll, llenry llaseiiwinkle and \Mlllani
Dorsey, c(i. artners as lcKlhbeli ,V Co
Daniel II. Hnck Alexander Calawell
Kdwnrd lull, William Isclin. Allied
Vandcrmahland and .lames \V.' roni
we.l, copartncis as William Isclin &
Co. John c. Hl.ick M. I- I'ai'M-r, II.
C. 'cuscli ami II. N. Shaw, trustees or
James Lodge No ^1, I dependent
Order of odd Fellows llirain D. Upton,
(ii urge W. liigraham,
Defendants
The State of Noi th Dakota to the above named
Defendants:
You ami each if you are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint of the above
named plaimilV. whl Ii was IIled in the otlice of
the clerk ot the district court of the Fifth Judi­
cial district, in and for the county of Stutsman,
and state (if North Dakota at the city of James­
town, in said county, "ii the .Uh day of lauuarv,
A. 1). IK!M, and to serve a copy of your answer
to said complaiut. on the subs riber, at his
olllce in ihe city of Jamestown, in said county
of Stutsman, within thirty days alter the service
of this .summons upon you. exclusive of the day
of Mich s'-rvi'-e and If you fail to answer
said complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff in this a tion will apply to the court for
the relief demanded in the mplaint
Dated at Jamestown, N. I)., Dec. 2flth 1893.
MAU ION CONKLIN,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
First I'ub. Jan. 18, IHSM.
NOTK i: TO SI:\VI:K ON
I'KACKIKS
JAJIKSIOWN. N. Dak January Ifi, 1894.
Scaled proposals tor the construction of a
sewer ami appurtenances in FiMi ave ue, will
be received at t..e office of the citv clerk of the
city of Jamestown N Dak., until 2 o'clock •».
ill., of the6th day of Ma eh. 18*4. at which hour
toe bids will he publicly opened and read at a
meeting of the city council held for that purpose.
Each proposal shal be accompanied by a lond
to the city of Jamestown. N. D., signed by the
bidders as principal and two good and sufficient
stiretii s, ami iu an amount not less than50 per
cent of the gross amount of the bid.
The right is reserved to decline any or all pro­
posals, if deemed for tile interest of the city.
The following is tie engineer's estimate of
quantities by which the bids will be compared,
viz:
Nt51 neal feet in. vitrified pipe sewer.
8JII 1(1"
12"
1-.' manholes.
1 Hush tank.
4e hou«e-connection ehimnevs.
These quantities are to be considered as approx
iinate, oi.lv, and uiven liicrely'as a basis of com­
parison The city expressly reserves the right
o, increasing or minishiiig the same, to the
extent of -JU pt cent iu the aggregate, as may be
deemed necessary.
I'roposals and bonds must be nude upon
blanks furnished by the city clerk or the engi­
neer all proposals which are not ii. ali respects
in conformity with this notice, will be considered
as informal ml be rejected by tl." council.
I lans and speciticatio. ot the work are on
tile, and may be seen at the office of the citv
clerk also at the office of the consulting engf
neer, *J. F. Loweth. !»4 K. Ith S aul. Miun.
Hy oruer of the city council,
Hy Alkkkd STKKh.
Mayor.
C. Loweth. Consulting Engineer, St. Paul,
Mum.
First ub. Jan. 18, 1894.
SUMMONS.
STATK OK NORTH DAKOTA, I
County of Stutsman.
In District Court, Fitth Judicial District
The Alliance Mortgage and Inv. stmcnt
company (Limited) of Mai-chester.
England,
Piaintitr
against
James Moyd, William M. Lloyd,
Frederick H. Fancher, Frederick 15.
Fancher as assignee of William M. I
Lloyd, Hailey W. Fuller, Alice L. Kit-1
cliel, Cornelius L. Kit hel, Staulev H.
Kitchel. Nicollet National Hank of
Minneapolis, Minnesoia S. W. Mc
Laugiiliu Wisconsin National Hank of I
Watertown, Wisconsin Lloyds Na-|
tional liai.k of mines!own, xorth Da-1
kota Caleb C. Johnson as receiver of I
Lloyds National Hank of Janiestowi.,
North DakoUi, .succeeding John 1).
Benton, receiver James A. lianMn. I
Samuel L. tilaspcll and ou G. Twee- I
ton,
Defendants.
The State of North Dakota to the above named
defendants:
You and each of you arc herebv summoned
and required to answer the complaint of the
plaintiff in the above entitled action which com­
print was tiled in the olllce of the clerk of
the district court In for the county of stutsman.
and stale ol Nor ikota, on the twenty-third
day of December, 1893, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on the sub­
scriber, at his ollice iu the city of Jamestown
in said couutv, within thirty ays after the ser­
vice of tills summons ,oh ou. exclusive of the
day of such service anil if 'you shall fail toans
wer th- said complaint ithin tile tune aforesaid
the plaintiff in ihi-. action wil apply to the court
lor the relief demanded in said complaint.
Dated at Jamestown. Stutsman county, North
Dakota, January loth, ln'.U
EDO A It W CAMP.
STATK OK NOUTH DAKOTA, I
ounty of Stutsman. i'
England,
8S
In district court. Fifth judicial district.
The Alliance Mo tgage and investment)
ompany il-imil.-dj oi Manchester,
Plaintiff,
again«t
James M. Lloyd. William M. LIovd.Kred- 1
eiick ll.l-anehcr. l-tederick 1! Fancher
a-, assignee of William M. I lovd I
Alice ,.. Kitchel, 'orueliiis I, Kitchel.
Stanley l: Kitchel. Nicollet National
I'.ank of Minneapolis, .Minnesota S
\\. .MeLui^nhii, Wj conslii National
Hank ot iileriov.n. Wisconsin: I
Lloyds National Hank of Jamestown I
North Dakota: Caleb Jontisoii as
receiver ol Lloyds National IJnnk ot
.lame-io-,vn. North Dakota, succeeding
'III! Kenton, receiver Tin:
1
defen'dan'ts•*
Dated at Jamestown. Stutsman county, North
Dakota, January 10th, 1891.
EDOVU W. CAMP,
Sremises
J. .1. EDDY.
Sheriff of Stutsman County, N. D.
K. W. Camp, nla In
tiff's attorney.
Dated, Jamestown, N. January loth, IBM-
First Pun. Jan. 18. WW
Plaintiff's Attorney.
First Pub. Jan. 18,1894.
NOTICE FORECLOSURE SALE.
Default exists In payment of 9#17 and 85-100
dollars, at the date of this notice claimed to he
due on a mortgage dated second day of August.
A. D. 1889. executed by William H. Sharlow and
l»uisa M. Sharlow, bis wife, mort­
gagors, to Keystone Mortgage coninany. mort­
gagee, on lots 3 and 4 aud east half of the south­
west quarter o' section numliered an, in town­
ship numbered 187, of range numbered
64
in
Stutsman county. North Dakota, then Dakota
territory, and with the debt thereby secured
duly assigned to Mary Cunningham
Bald mortgage will be foreclosed by sale of said
or some sufficient part thereof on the
ilrd day of March, A. I). 1894, at 8 o'clock,
m., at front door of court house in city of
Jamestown in said countv.
Dated .January fifteenth. A. I). 1894.
MARY CUNNINGHAM,
J# M. Uwsox, Atftifmce.
Attorney, Aberdeen, S. 1).
8
First Pub. Jan. 18.1894.
NOTICE OP MORTGAGE FORE­
CLOSURE SAL I
Default having been made ir the conditions
of a moitg.igc given hy .lohn Sh liy, mortgagor,
toWllliaiu I'lankinloii inortgnue dat 'd Janu
ary bith l,SHI, and duly recorded In the olllce of
ihc iculsier of heeds in ami the county of
Stutsman, and territory of Dm ota, now state of
North Dakota, on the llrst of February, llllkiC
1881. at i" o'clock a in., In book 1) of mortgages. IfUIld IllftUUbin
on page4fl5.
The amount claimed to be due upon said mort-
gage at the date hereof i.s Hit sum of Seven
hundred and twenty dollars, clpal and In'cr­
est. besides the sum of one bundled six dollars,
for taxes an Interest then ecessarily ..aid
by said morigauec, ami 'ortv liars, attorn
fees, stipulated for in said inert- age.
Notice is herebv given, that tl said mortgage
will be foreclosed by a sale lie premise* de­
scribed ill said mortgage vi7:
The northwest iiuartcr NwK) of section
twenty four (J4). In township on. hundred oriy
rour(il4) north, of range six y-8tx (66) west,
containing one bundled anil Kty (16l)i acres
of land according to coverntiicti' survey i"i-of.
in Stutsman county ami state of North Dakota,
which sale will he made hv tl sheriff of .aid
Stutsman county, or ills depi ty, at the:
rent
door of the court house, in the city of imes
town, in said countv ami state, on the third
dav of March, 1M4. at It) o'cloik a.m., of that
day.
Dated January 2nd, A IV.4.
WILLI A PL \NKINTON,
Moi-tgacee.
A. S. Drake, Attorney.
First Pub. Jan. 18. lf'08.
NOTICE OF MORTiiAtJK SALK.
Default having been made in the eomlit otis of
a certain mortgage, executed and dated on the
•.'Jtli day of January, A. D. i8!tn, tiy i. K. Wiant,
mortgagor, to the Aultinan it Tay'.n Machinery
company, mortgagee, and tiled for cord in the
olllce of tne re.
ist of deeds ill tind for Stuts­
man county. North 1) ikota, on the 27 d.-ivof
JanuaiT. A. D. 1*.I8 at live o'.-lock HI th" after­
noon, and recorded in book "P" of mortgages.on
pages Uatt and 35T nil the amount el inn-1 to he
due on said mortgage at the date o- this notice
Is thirteen Imiiilr. ninety-seven dollars md
twenty cents
(Si.,it7.-.u.)
Now. thcrefo notice is herebv given, that
said mortgaged premises, to-w t: he we-t half
of the northeast quarter and til" we*! half of the
southeast quarter of section Thirty-four CM) in
township one hundred forty-two r'jj) north of
range sixty-seven (H7). west of the tlfth principal
meridian, in -tutsmnn county. North Dakota,
will on t'ie 2ltli day of February. A isyj at
the hour of two o'clo.-k in a! the -out door of
the court house in ilie city of .lames-own in 'id
coun'y and state, be sold at pub 1" auction to the
highest hi(i(|. for cash to satisfy io indebted­
ness and the cost* and (hsbiir^eineti's sale and
foreclosure
Dated .lanuarv 5th. 1814.
T11K AULT.UN & I AYLO A 'TIINICKY
iOMPANY
•ortgagee.
K. A. SctJLi.Y, Aberdeen. S.
Agent for moiti a/ee.
First pub Jati tl.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE
CLOSURB fS\LE.
Whereas. Default has occurred in the condi­
tions of a liloitgage containilig a power of-ale,
which was duly recorded in Hi ollice of the
register of dc lis ot ^tutsman -'iini:\. territory
of Dakota now state Norih kot on tlu
lit Inlay of February. A. D. 1SW at 0 o'clock a
iu., ill book of iiior'vaces on pages VIK and
549. given by David Ooodiuan,single, inortg gor.
to llirain 1 Upton, mortuag.-.- dated Fchruaiy
lOtll lhSii, alld rtg ging 1 nnui: .-red leu (101,
and part of lots numbereil clcv.-i, (I, land twelve
(I21 said parts of lots ei:iL'il.-s.-i iiM-ii is follows:
Commencing on the cast (th avenue
twentv-the feet ulliol tin- corner of
said lot mililbered twelve tli.-n s.-ntii twentv
live feet, thence east fit'v t.-ct tlv-nce north
twenty-live feet, thence west liftv feet to pla«-e
of beginning, ali beitiu' in bloc munbered lliirty
oiuMlll) ill the original townsitc nn» citv of
Jamestown, Stii'sm.in countv. North Dakota,
b\ wbi Ii defaiil the power of sale Pas become
openitlve, and no action or proe.-cili-'g having
been instituted at aw to recov.-- the .leht there­
by seen,
ed, or any part thereof and there is
el itned to tie due on saal oit^aue at this date
Thirty-one hundred the and !K) -0 lla
Notice is herebv giv.-n, tliat said niortLragc
will tie foreclosed by sal. of premises at
public auction hv the sheriff ot .r.-mali
count*. February I7'h 1H:I4 attwoo,l ck p. in.,
at the front !oor of the court bouse in the citv
of .lamestowii in sa -I Stu sman county, to pav
said detit interest, attorney's fee. and disburse­
ments al'owed bv law
Dated Dec 'i t'll. 18!3
IIIi:AM D. UPTON,
Mortgniree.
W. A. 8 ott. attorney for Mortgagee, Fa: go,
North Dakota
First Puh. ,Ian. 4. Ifljt.
is stamped in the best watch
cases made. It is the trade
mark of the
Case
Plaintiff's Attorney.
First publication Jan. 18, 1891.
SUMMONS.
Keystone Watck
Company,of
A WATCH
lliance
Hail Association, Mary I- Wiiiipie I
I enjaniin N. Orlady 'and Herbert
Pearce, co-partners as IVarce & or-1
lady, Defendants.
1ilk
1 al,,,v,
on and each of you are hereby summoned
and lo unswer I n* camphiint of thi»
plaintiff in the above ntitle.l Luion, whlcii
conip aitil was hied in the om.-e of the clerk of
the uiti let court in and lor the county of StuU
[nan. and slate of North Dakota on the twenty
third day ol December, lsn j, and to serve a copy
of «our answer to the said complaint on tne
subscriber, at his office, In the city of James­
town. in saidi comity within thirty days after
the service of this summons upon you, exclusive
ol the day of rnicli service and if vou shall
fall to answer the said complaint within the
tunc aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the court for the relief demaudedin the
complaint.
Philadelphia,
the oldest, largest and best
known factory in the world—
1500 employees, capacity 2000
cases daily. Its products are
sold by all jewelers. It makes
the celebrated
Jas. Boss Filled
Watch Cases,
now fitted with
the only bow (ring) which can­
not be pulled off the case—the
CASE OPENER SENT FREE.
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TELLNEf! n7 R. 0. 1UQR0LD.
The Best Shoes
the Best
is
W«,L. DOUCLA9
saves
Dealers who
push
the
sale
increase the sales on their full line of goods.
S***JT'.I|'II*T!? T"." money bybaying all TO
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ii'ii MAIL-ANU. N .MU.cstowii AT
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I.»KOTA KXI'KKSS— -rrives at Jamestown at
II :h0 a. in., daily except Sunday.
Kkni .i.itimi
ATLANTIC MAIL,—Arrves at Jamestown a
1":40p. in. departsat 0 45p. m.,daily.
I|l|,l"ni, S'l L*AI I. \IINN. M-obiH Kl
raKKs l.eave Jamestown at 4 30 m.,4ally
mceptStiQday
lO* KIVKH V.ILLKI It. Soclli
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a. in. .uily eKeept Siindav Ar»he« Item the
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-xc,ept Sunday at 7:15 a in
rrives from lie north at 4:20
For information, time uhrds. maps and
ticketh oall or. or write Tick*-i Agent, N.
P. K. R. at, Jamestown, Norib Dakota, or
CHAS. X. FEU, I'ass, A
{ft.
ST. PADIi, MI\N.
•oOo
CANADIAN iiXUliKiilUNtJ
WILL
BE
RUN
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NORTHERN
iolFU
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FKOM POINTS IN
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As far wept as JAMESTOWN,—
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gal Blanks
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92
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Shoes are stylish, easy fitting, and give better
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XhB_ nIIor(| to tmll mt
them.
nroflt,
OR R«nl«*sr of lb*
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