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Thursday, January 31, 1918.
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Notice And Petition
Notice is hereby given that a peti
tion, for the creation and organization
of an Irrigation District, published
herewith and next following this no
tice—has been and now is filed with
the Board of County Commissioners of
Williams County, North Dakota, to
gether with a map of said District and
a good and sufficient bond which bond
has been duly approved by said Board
of County Commissioners, and
Notice is hereby further given that
said petition aforesaid, and herewith
published as aforesaid, will be pre
sented to and considered by said Board
of County Commissioners of Williams
County, North Dakota at a meeting
of said Board on the Stli^day of Feb
ruary A. D. 1918 at ten o'clock A. M.
at Commissioners Room in the Court
House in the City of Williston, North
Dakota, when and where all parties
desiring to be heard will be heard.
The Board of County Commissioners
of Williams County, North Dakota.
M. J. Borden,
Chairman.
G. M. Thomas,
Ob behalf of and for the Petitioners.
PETITION
In The Matter of the Formation of
Williston Irrigation District.
To The Honorable Board
01'
County
Commissioners of Williams County,
North Dakota.
We, the undersigned, being a ma
jority in numbers of the electors own
ing lands hereinafter described, or
holding leasehold estates therein sucep
tible of irrigation from the same gen
eral source and by the same general
system of works, representing a ma
jority in acreage of the said lands, so
owned or held as leasehold estates,
desiring to provide for the irrigation
of the same respectfully represent
1. That we propose the formation
of an irrigation district under chap
ter 115 of the Laws of North Dakota
for 1917, covering the lands herein
after described, to be known as the
Williston Irrigation District
2. That an irrigation system has
been constructed for the irrigation of
that portion of the North Dakota pump
ing project of the United States under
the Federal Reclamation Law known
as the Williston Unit of the said pro
ject and it is proposed that the Irriga
tion District to be created shall pur
chase the said irrigation system of the
United States for the purpose of con
tinuing the irrigation of the lands
thereunder and other lands and fur
ther,
That a particular description of the
boundaries as well as a general descrip
tion of the lands within the said pro
posed irrigation district is as fol-
Beginning at a point in the South
east quarter of the Northeast quarter
(E 1-4 NE 1-4) Section twenty-five (25)
Township One hundred fifty-four (164)
North, Range One hundred One (101*
West 5th P. M., where the channel of
the Little Muddy River intersects the
low water mark of the Missouri liiver,
thence in a northerly direction along
the channel of said Little Muddy River
to a point where the Little Muddy
River intersects the West Line of the
Northwest quarter of the Southeast
quarter (NW 1-4 SE 1-4) of Section
seven (7) Township One Hundred fifty
four (154) North, Range One Hundred
(100) 5th P. M. thence North along
the North and South midsection line
of Section seven (7) Township On-3
Hundred fifty-four (154) North, Range
One Hundred (100) West 5th P. M. to
a point where the "A" Canal inter
sects the North and South midsection
line of Section seven (7), Township
One Hundred flfty-four (154) North
Range One Hundred (100) West, 5th
P. M.: thence in a general northerly
direction along the center line of said
"A" Canal to a point where the A
Canal intersects the South Line of the
North ten acres of the Southwest quar
ter of the Northeast quarter (SW 1-4
NE 1-4) of said Section seven (7)
thence East on the South line of the
North ten acres of the Southwest quar
ter of the Northeast quarter (SW 1-4
NE 1-4) of said Section Seven (7) to
the Southeast corner of the north ten
acres of the Southwest quarter of the
Northeast quarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) of
said Section seven (i) thence North
on the east line of the Southwest auar
ter of the Northeast quarter (SW 1-4
NE 1-4) of said section Seven (7) to
the intersection of Canal "E" thence
in a general northerlv direction alon»r
the center line of said "E" Canal to Its
intersection with the East boundary
of the Southwest quarter of the North
east auarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) of Sec
tion Five (5): Township One Hundred
rtftv-five (155) North. Range One Hun
dred (100) West 5th P. M. thence
Northerlv along said east line of tho
Southwest quarter of the Northeast
quarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) and the
Northwest quarter of the Northeast
quarter (NW 1-4 NE 1-4) to the North
east (NE) corner of the North vest
quarter of the Northeast quarter (NE
1-4
NE 1-4) of said Section five i5):
thence northerly along the es-ist buun
darv of the Southwest quarter of the
Southeast quarter (SW l-l SB 1-4) of
Section thirty-two (32) township One
Hundred fifty-six (156) North, iiantse
One Hundred (100} West, r.th P. M.:
to the northeast (NE) corner of the
Southwest quarter of the Sutheast
auarter (SW 1-4 SE 1-4) of said Sec
tion Thirty-two (32) thence Westerly
along the north boundary of said
Southwest quarter of the Southeast
quarter (SW 1-4 SE 1-4) of said sec
tion thirtv-two (32) to the North and
South midsection line of said Section
thirty-two (32), thence on same course
along the north boundary of the South
east quarter of the Southwest quarter
(SE 1-4 SW 1-4) of said section thirty
two to the Northwest corner of the
Southeast quarter of the Southwest
quarter (SE 1-4 SW 1-4) of said Sec
tion thirty-two (32), thence southerly
along the west boundary of said South
east quarter of the Southwest quarter
(SE 1-4 SW 1-4) of Section thirty-two
22) to the south boundary of said
Section thirty-two (32) which point1»
the Northwest (NW) corner of the
Northeast nuarter of the Northwest
quarter (NE 1-4 NW 1-4) of section
Kive (5) Township One hundred nft.r
five (155) North. Range One hundrt-.i
(100) West, 5th P. M. thence southerly
along the West boundary of the North
east quarter of the Northwest quar
ter (NE 1-4 NW 1-4) of said section
five (5) to t" Northwest (NW) cor
ner of the Southeast quarter of tho
Northwest quarter (SE 1-4 Nft 1-4, ol
said Section Five (5), thonci-
v-sterl
along the North 'oumlary of Hi
Southwest rmurt'r of tie No* iji .v est
quarter (SW 1-4 NW 1-4) of sa Sec
tion Five (5) to the west boundary of
said section Five (5). thence souther
ly along the west boundary of said
Section Five (5) to the oaft and west
midsection line of said .V
(5) thence easterly alar? **t
and west midsection line of sn .-ac­
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tion Five (5) to the Northwest corner
of the Northeast quarter the South
west quarter (NE 1-4 SW 1-4) of said
section Five »(5), thence southerly
along the West boundary of the Rast
half (E 1-2) of the Southwest quarter
(SW 1-4) of Said Section Five (5) to
the south boundary of said section
Five (5), thence on same course along
the west boundary of the East half of
.the Northwest quarter (E 1-2 NW 1-4)
of Section Eight
(8)
Township One
hundred fifty-five (155) North, Range
One Hundred (100) West, 5th P. M. to
the east and west midsection* line of
said section Eight (8), thence wester
ly along said east and west midsection
line of said Section eight (8) to the
West boundary of sai.d section eight
(S), thence southerly along the AVest
boundary of said Section Eight (S) to
the Northwest corner of the Southwest
quarter of the Southwest quarter (SW
1-4 SW 1-4) of said Section eight S),
thence westerly along the North boun
dary of the Southeast quarter of the
Southeast quarter (SE 1-4 SE 1-4) of
Section seven (7) Township One Hun
dred Fifty-five (155) North, Ranj
One Hundred (100) West. 5th P. M. to
the Northwest corner of the said South
east quarter of Southeast quarter (SE
1-4 SE 1-4) thence southerly along the
West boundary of the said Southeast
quarter of the Southeast quarter (SE
1-4 SE 1-41 to the South boundary of
said Section Seven (7), thence on same
course along the West boundary of
the East half of the East half (E 1-2
E 1-2) of Section Eighteen (18) Town
ship One Hundred fiftv-five (155)
North, Range One Hundred (100) West,
5th P. M. to the Northeast corner of
the Southwest quarter of the South
east quarter (SW 1-4 SE 1-4) of said
Section Eighteen (18) Township One
Hundred fifty-five (155) North Range
One Hundred (100) West, 5th P. M.,
thence west along the North boundary
of the said Southwest quarter of the
Southeast quarter (SW 1-4 SE 1-4)
of said Section Eighteen (18) Town
ship One Hundred fifty-five (155)
North, Range One Hundred (100) West,
5th P. M. to the North and South mid
section line of said Section Eighteen
(18) thence south on the west boun
dary line of Southwest quarter of the
Southeast quarter (SW 1-4 SE 1-4) of
said Section Eighteen (18) to the
Northwest corner of the Northeast
quarter (NE 1-4) of said Section Nine
teen (19). thence southerly along the
North and south midsection line of said
Section Nineteen (*19) to the east and
west midsection line of said Section
Nineteen (19) thence westerly along
the north boundary of the Northeast
quarter of the Southwest quarter (NE
1-4 SW 1-4) of said Section Nineteen
(19) to the Northwest corner of the
Northeast quarter of the Southwest
quarter (NE 1-4 SW 1-4) of said Sec
tion Nineteen (19), thence southerly
along the west boundary of the East
half of the Southwest quarter E l-:
SW 1-4) of said Section Nineteen '19)
to the South line of said Section Nine
teen (19) thence westerly along tho
North line of Section tnirty 30) Town
ship One HiJ.ili'ed fifty-five (IPS'*
North, Range One Hundred (100) West
5th P. M. to the North st corner of
said section thirty (30), thence souther
ly along the West line of said section
thirty (30) to the Southwest corner
thereof, thence on the same course
along the West boundary line of Sec
tion thirty-one (31) Township On»
Hundred flfty-five (155) North, Range
One Hundred (100) West 5th P. M. to
the quarter corner on the West boun
dary of said Section thirty-one (31)
thence Westerly along the East and
West midsection line of Section Thlr
tv-six (36) Township One Hundred
fiftv-five (155), North, Range One Hun
dred One (101) West, to the Northwest
corner of the Northeast quarter of the
Southeast quarter (NE 1-4 SE 1-4) of
said Section thirty-six (36), thence
southerly along the West boundary of
the East half of the Southeast quar
ter (E 1-2 SE 1-4) of said Section thir
ty-six (36) to the South section line of
said section thlrty-slx (36), theree
westerly along the south section line
of said Section thirty-six (36) to the
Southwest corner of said section thir
ty-six (36), thence southerly along the
West boundary of section one (1)
Township One hundred fifty-four (154)
North, Range One Hundred One '101)
West 5th P. M. to the West quarter
corner of said Section One (1), thence
westerly along the east and west mid
section line of said section two (2)
Township One Hundred fifty four (151)
North, Range One Hundred One '101)
West. 5th P. M., to the Northwest cor
ner of the Northeast quarter of the
Southeast quarter (NE 1-4 SE 1-1) of
said Section two (2), thence southerly
along the West boundary of tne East
half of the Soutehast quarter (E 1-2
SE 1-4) of said section two (2) to the
South boundary of said section two
(2). thence Westerly along the North
boundary of Section Eleven «ll) Town
ship One Hundred fifty-four 154)
North, Range One hundred one 1 01 j:
West 5th P. M. to the quarter corner
on the north boundary of said section
eleven (11), thence southerly along the
north and south midsection line of
said Section Eleven (11) to the North
east corner of the Southeast quarter
of the Southwest quarter (SE l-l S *V
1-4) of said Section Eleven (11) thence
westerly along the North boundary of
the South half of the southw-si quar
ter (S 1-2 SW 1-4) of said Section
Eleven (11) to the West boundary of
said Section Eleven (11) thence souther
ly along the West boundary of said
Section Eleven (11) to the Southwest
corner of said Section Eleven (11),
thence along the same course along the
West boundary of Section Fourteen
(14) Township One hundred fifty four
(154) North, Range One Hundred One
(101) West 5th P. M. to the quarter
corner on the West boundary of said
Section Fourteen (14), thence westerly
along the East and West midsection
line of section Fifteen (15) Township
One Hundred fifty-four (t&4) North,
Range One Hundred One (101) West
5th. P. M. to the Southeast corner of
the Southwest quarter of the North
east quarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) of said
Section Fifteen (15) thenc- i.ortherly
along the east boundary of the South
west quarter of the Northeast quarter
(SW 1-4 NE 1-4) of said Section Fif
teen (15) to the Northeast corner of
the Southwest quarter of the North
east quarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) of said
Section Fifteen (15), thence westerly
along t':e North boundary of the South
't niiart of the Northeast quarter
(SW 1-4 NE 1-4 and the Southeast
quarter of the Northwest quarter (SE
1-4 NW 1-4) of said Section Fifteen
1 to the Northwest corner of the
Southeast quarter of the Northwest
quarter (SE 1-4 NW 1-4) of said Sec
tion Fifteen (15), thence southerly on
tiie quarter quarter line to the Souti!
boundary line of Section Fifteen (15)
which point is the Southwest corner
of the Southeast quarter of the South
west quarter (SE 1-4 SW 1-4) of said
Section Fifteen (15), thence easterly
aionar the South boundary line of Sec
tion "Fifteen (15) to the south quarier
corner of said Section Fifteen (15)
thence southerly along the North and
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South midsection line of Section Twen
tv-two (22) Township One Hundred
fifty-four (154) North, Range One
Hundred One (101) West, 5th P. ,\[.
to the Southwest corner (SW) corner
of the Southwest quarter of the North
east quarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) of said
Section Twenty-two (22) thence east,
lv along the South boundary of the
Southwest quarter of the North.ast
quarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) Sectio.t
Twenty-two (22) to the southeast cor
ner of the Southwest quarter of the
Northeast quarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) of
said Section twentytwo (22) thence
southerly on the West boundary «jf the
East half of the Southeast quarter
(E 1-2 SE 1-4) of said Section twen
ty-two (22) to the South boundary
line of said Section twenty-two -22),
thence easterly along the southern
boundary line of Sections twenty two
(22) and twenty-three (23) to a point
where the low water mark of the Vis
souri River intersects the South boun
dary of said Section twenty-three (23)
thence easterly along the low wnte
mark of the Missouri River to the
channel of Little Muddy River, whicn
is the point of beginning excepting
from the tract thus bounded and des
cribed the following tracts and par.
eels particularly described as follows,
to-wit:
(a) The Townsite of Williston,
North Dakota, together with Its addi
tions and subdivisions as platted and
shown in the records of Williams
County. North Dakota, not including.
That portion of the East half of the
Southeast quarter of the Northwest
quarter (E 1-2 SE 1-4 NW 1-4) Section
Twentv-three (23) Township One Hun
dred fifty-four (154) North, Range
One Hundred One (101) West 5th P.
M. not included in the Veltch Addition
to the City of Williston.
The Northeast quarter of the North
east quarter (NE 1-4 NE 1-4) of Sec
tion twenty-four (24) Township One
Hundred fifty-four (154) North, Range
One Hundred One (101) West 5th P.
M.. known as Homecraft Second Ad
dition and that portion of the North
west quarter of the Northeast quar
ter, Section twenty-four (24) Town
ship One hundred fifty-four (154)
North, Range One Hundred one (101)
West 5th P. M. known as Homecroft
First Addition and lying East of the
right-of-way of the Reclamation Canal
"A".
That portion of the South half of
the Northeast quarter (S 1-2 NE 1-4)
Township One hundred fifty-four (154)
North Range One Hundred One (101)
West 5th P. M. lying east of the right
of-way of the Reclamation Canal "A"
and north of the Wegley Addition,
The North half of the Souteast quar
ter (N 1-2 SE 1-4) of Section Twen
tv-four (24) Township One Hundred
fifty-four (154) North, Range One
Hundred one (101) West 5th P. M.
(B) That certain tract known as
Pumping Station Lot Number two (2)
and lying in the Southwest quarter of
the Southeast quarter (SW 1-4 SE 1-4)
of Section Thirteen (13) Township One
Hundred Fifty-four (154) North, range
One Hundred One (101) West 5th P.
M., and containing one (1) acre more
or less.
(c) That certain tract known as
Power House Lot Number Four (4)
and lying in the Southeast quarter of
The Southeast quarter SE 1-4 SE 1-4)
Section Fourteen (14) Township One
Hundred fifty-four (154) North, Range
One Hundred One (101) West 5th P.
M. and containing five-tenths (5-10)
acres more or less.
(d) That portion of the West half
of Lot Two (2) Section Twenty-five
(25) Township One Hundred fifty-four
(154) Range One Hundred One (101)
West 5th. P. M. lying north of the Mis
souri River.
The SW 1-4 of Section 14, Twp. 154
North R. 101 West 5th P. M.
The NE 1-4 NW 1-4 Section 23. Twp.
154 North Range 101 West 5th P. M.
The S 1-2 S 1-2 NW 1-4 NE 1-4: The
N 1-2 N 1-2 SW 1-4 NE 1-4 and the
W 1-2 NE 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 7. Twp. 154
North Range 100 West 5th P. M.
The E 1-2 S El-4 Section 12, Twp.
154 North Range 101 West 5th P. M.
The E 1-2 NE 1-4, Section 12, Twp.
154 North, Range 101 West 6th. P. M.
The South 1-2 SE 1-4 SW 1-4 of Sec
tion 13, T. 154 North Range 101 West
5th P. M.
That certain tract in Lot two (2)
Sec. 24 Twp. 154 North of Range 101
W. 5th P. M. purchased by the United
States from the Bruegger Mercantile
Company and containing eight and
two tenths (8.2) acres more or less.
That the lands aforesaid are gra
phically shown on a map hereto at
tached:
3. That the source from which the
lands in the proposed district are Ir
rigated Is the Missouri River and its
tributaries, appropriations of the wa
ters of which having been made for
such purpose by the agents of the In
terior, pursuant to the Federal Laws
aforesaid, to such end irrigation works
having been constructed.
WHEREFORE, your petitioners re
spectfully pray the Honorable Board
that the land hereinabove described be
organized as an Irrigation district ac
cording to the provisions Said Chap
ter 115 of the Laws of North Dakota.
G. M. Thomas. Seneca Brownell,
Judd E. Pettis, J. C. Stewart, Dora
Stewart, E. Hagan, J. B. Lyon, W. B.
Overson. P. C. Hamre. Ragna Hamre,
H. V. Safford M. B. Ellithorpe. A. J.
Arsenault, W. A. Palmer, E. H. Mellor,
Adelt Beard, W. S. Hanna, John A.
Wagenman, Patrick Doherty, Willis
ton Substation. Clias. H. Ruzicka,
Supt., Charles H. Ruzicka, Arvy B.
Inn is, C. O. Hanna, H. V. Smith, F, P.
Seiwert, A. A. Bradley, W. H. Rogers,
Maggie Boyd, Mrs. L. M. Smith by
M. Bartholomew), Wm. H. Petty, J.
W. Gahan, Mrs. Carrie J. Brown, O.
J. Roed, Mrs. T. A. Roed, Adolph W.
Vohs, E. W. Jeffrey, Ed Phillips, H. W.
E an 8., R. *C. Evans, E. J.
Kwedlund, Wilson-Wlngate Mtg. Co. by
L. C. Wingate Pres., Robert J. F. Wal
ker, Annie Knutson, Harry Yuill, S. S.
Greengard, Joseph Greengard, M. S.
Phillips. Richard Peyton, Augusta
Keck Bruegger, Jas. Wegley, Erich
Kather. Mary A. Thomas, James Dug
gan, Mrs. Rose Rogers per W. H. Rog
ers. Patrick Tone, Paul Endres, S. E
Blood Bernard.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Williston, N. D., Jan
uary 18, 1918.
NOTICE is hereby given that Daniel
Turcotte, of Trenton, N. D., who. on
November 16. 1914, made Homestead
entry, No. 020953, for Lots 1, 2, 3 & 4,
Sec. 28, Lot 5, Sec. 29, Lot 1, Section
33, Township 153 N.. Range 102 ..nth
P. Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make three year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above des
cribed, before The Register & Receiv
er. U. S. Land Office, at Williston. N
D., on the 26th day of February, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Charley Baston, Pete ialcon, both
of Trenton. N. D.: Guy Shanks, of Wil
liston, N. D. Pete Goosline, of Tren
ton. N. P. 32-Bt
WILLISTON GRAPHIC
W. E. Byerly, Register.
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SHERIFF'S S\1,E
State of North Dakota, County of
Williams, ss:
Albert Solberg and Charles Stud
ness, Plaintiffs, vs. Andrew K. Moen,
Defendant.
NOTICE I§ HEREBY GIVEN, That
by virtue of an execution to me direct
ed and delivered, and now in my hands,
issued out of the Clerk's office of the
Eleventh Judicial District Court, State
of North Dakota, in and for the Coun
ty of Williams, upon a judgment ren
dered in said Court in favor of Albert
Solberg and Charles Studness and
against Andrew K. Moen, Defendant.
I have levied upon the following des
scrlbed real property belonging to said
defendant on the day when the said
judgment was docketed, December 9th.
1908, to-wit:—
The Southeast quarter (SE 1-4) of
Section Thirty Five (Sec. 35) in Town
ship One Hundred Fifty Six (Twp. 15»)
North, of Range Ninety Five (R. 95)
West of the Fifth Principal Meridian.
And that 1 shall, on Monday, the 25th.
day of February A. D. 1918, at the hour
of two o'clock P. M., of said day, at the
front door of the Court House in the
City of Williston, in said County and
'State, proceed to sell said premises to
satisfy said judgment, amounting to
Throe Hundred Seventy Seven Dollars
and Ninety-three Cents, ($377.93) to
gether with all accruing costs of sale,
and interest on the same from the Pih.
day of December, 1908, at Public Auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash.
Axel Strom,
Sheriff of Williams Co., N.
Dated at Williston, N. D., Jan. 15th.
1918. 31-6t.
NOTICE OF HEAL. ESTATE MOltT
GAUE FOHECL.OSUHE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
that certain mortgage made, executed
and delivered by C. A. Kerr, a single
woman. Mortgagor, to Trenton State
Bank, of Trenton, North Dakota, Mort
gagee, dated the 30th day of Decem
ber A. D. 1915, and filed for record in
the oilice of the Register of Deeds, in
and for the County of Williams, and
State of North Dakota, on the Eigh
teenth day of January, A. D. 1916, at
nine o'clock A. M., and was duly re
corded in Book "124" of Mortgages, at
page "246," will be foreclosed by a sale
of the real estate In said mortgage, and
hereinafter described, at the front
door of the Court House, in the City of
Williston, County of Williams, and
State of North Dakota, on the 18th
day of February, A. D. 1918, at two
o'clock P. M., to satisfy the amount
due on said mortgage on the date of
sale.
The premises described In said mort
gage, and which will be sold to satis
fy the same Is real estate in the coun
ty of Williams, State of North Da
kota, described as follows, to-wit: The
South Half of the Southeast Quarter
(S 1-2 SE 1-4), Northwest Quarter of
the Southeast Quarter (NW 1-4 SE
1-4), Northeast Quarter of the South
west Quarter (NE 1-4 SW 1-4), of Sec
tion Three (Sec. 3), Township One
Hundred Fifty-two (Twp. 152), Range
One Hundred Three (Rge. 103) West
of the Fifth Principal Meridian.
There will be due on said mortgage
on the date of sale the sum of One
thousand three hundred and sixty two
dollars and eighty cents, together with
the costs of foreclosure.
Dated this 16th day of January, A.
D. 1918.
Trenton State Bank of Trenton, N. Dak.
a corporation. Mortgagee.
John .Murphy & Ivan V. Metzger,
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Williston, N. Dak. 31-6t.
SHERIFF'S 8AIjE
State of North Dakota, County of
Williams, ss:
Albert Solberge and Charles Stud
ness, Plaintiffs, vs. Andrew K. Moen,
et. al. Defendants.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
by virtue of an execution to me direct
ed and delivered, and now In my hands,
issued out of the Clerk's office of the
Eleventh Judicial District Court, 8tate
of North Dakota, in and for the Coun
ty of Williams, upon a judgment ren
dered In said Court in favor of Albert
Solberge and Charles Studness and
against Andrew K. Mben et. al., De
fendants.
I have levied upon the following des
scrlbed real property belonging to said
defendant, Andrew K. Moen, on the day
when the said judgment was docket
ed, December 9th. 1908, to-wlt:—
The Southeast quarter (SE 1-4) of
Section Thirty Five (Sec. 35) In Town
ship One Hundred Fifty Six (Twp. 156)
North, of Range Ninety Five (R. 95)
West of the Fifth Principal Meridian.
And that I shall, on Monday, the 25th.
day of February A. D. 1918, at the hour
of two o'clock P. M., of said day, at the
front door of the Court House In the
City of Williston, in said County and
State, proceed to sell said premises to
satisfy said judgment, amounting to
Four Hundred Thirty One Dollars and
sixty Cents, ($431.60) together with all
accruing costs of sale, and Interest on
the same from the 9th day of Decem
ber. 1908. at Public Auction to the
highest bidder for cash.
Axel Strom,
Sheriff of Williams Co., N. D.
Dated at Williston,
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KOTICE OF MOHTIiAQK FOHE
CliOSUltE SAIiE
Whereas that certain mortgage here
inafter described contains the provis
ion that if default shall bo made in
the payment of said sum of money or
interest or any part thereof at the
time and in the manner hereinafter
specified for the payment thereof, then
the said mortgagee, his heirs, execu
tors, administrators or assigns may
declare the whole principal sum due
and payable and the said party of
the first part (said mortgagor) in such
case does hereby authorize and fully
empower the said parties of the sec
ond part (said mortgagee) his heirs,
executors, administrators or assigns
to foreclose this mortgage and sell
the said hereby granted premises at
public auction and to convey the
same to the purchaser in fee simple,
and.
Whereas by the terms of said mort
gage hereinafter described there be
came due and payable thereon on the
10th day of March, 1917 the sum of
Eighteen ($18.00) dollars as interest
upon the said indebtedness so secured
by said mortgage, no part or portion
of which has ever been paid, and by
reason of such default aforesaid the
undersigned Mortgagee has elected to
declare and hereby does declare tho
entire indebtedness so secured by said
mortgage hereinafter described due
and payable forthwith.
NOW THEREFORE NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that that certain
mortgage made, executed and deliver
ed by Orvllle D. Mumby, mortgagor,
to A. F. Nohle, dated and bearing date
the 10th day of March, 1916 and filed
for record In the Office of the Register
of Deeds In and for Williams County,
North Dakota on the 13th day of
March A. D. 1916 at 10:50 o'clock A.
M. and therein recorded in Book 133
of Mortgages on page 64 thereof will
be foreclosed by sale of the premises
In such mortgage and hereinafter des
scribcd at the front door of the Court
House In the City of Williston, Wil
liams County, North Dakota on the 9th
day of February A. D. 1918 at the
hour of two o'clock M. of said day
to satisfy the amount due on said
mortgage on the said day of sale.
The premises descrtbed in said mort
gage and which will be sold to satisfy
the same are those certain premises
situated In the County of Williams and
State of North Dakota described as
follows to-wlt:
The West half of the Southwest
quarter (W 1-2 SW 1-4) and Lots Five
and six 5 & 6) and Eleven and
Twelve (11 & 12) In Section Two (2)
and Lots Eight and Nine
(8
& 9) In
Section Three (3) all In Township One
hundred fifty-two North of Range One
hundred four (104) west Fifth Prin
cipal Meridian.
There will be due on said mortgage
on said date of sale the sum of Two
hundred and twenty-four and no-100
($224.00) dollars and said lands and
premises aforesaid' will be so sold as
aforesaid on the said' day aforesaid to
satisfy and pay said Indebtedness as
well as costs of foreclosure and At
torneys fees In pursuance of Statute
in such case made and provided.
Dated this 3rd day of January, 1918.
A. F. Nohle, Mortgagee.
PALMER, CRAVEN A BURNS,
Attorneys for said Mortgagee,
Office and Post office address.
Williston, North Dakota. 29-61.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Williston, N. D., Dec.
31, 1917.
NOTICE ts hereby given that John
Dvorak, of Alexander, N. D., care of
C. S. Tlbblts, who, on April 24, 1911,
made Homestead entry serial No.
01C797, for Lot 2, Sec. 27 and Lots 1, 2,
& 3, Section 34, Township 153 N., Range
102 W.. Sth P. Meridian, has filed no
tice of Intention to make five year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before The Register
& Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Wil
liston, N. D., on the 11th day of Feb.,
1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
C. S. Tibblts, Mrs. C. S. Tlbblts, Ar
thur L. Slater, all three of Alexander,
N. D. E. G. Anderson, of Williston, N.
D.
W. E. Byerly,
30-St. Register.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
that certain mortgage exeeuted and de
livered by STEVE STROM, a single
man, Mortgagor, to WELLS AND
DICKEY COMPANY, a corporation,
Mortgagee, dated the 12th day of Jan
uary 1915, recorded in the office of the
Register of Deeds of Williams County,
State of North Dakota on the 6th day
of February, 1915 at 2:38 o'clock p. m.,
in Book 8 of Mortgages at page 318, will
be foreclosed by the sale of the premises
covered by said mortgage, and herein
after described, at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Williston.
In the County of Williams, State of
North Dakota at 2:00 o'clock P. M. on
Monday the 4th day of February, 1918,
to satisfy the amount due upon the
mortgage on the day of sale.
The premises described In said mort
gage and which will be sold to satisfy
the same are as follows:
The South Half of the Northwest
Quarter (S 1-2 NW 1-4) and the North
Half of the Southwest Quarter (N 1-2
SW 1-4) of Section Eight (8), Town
ship One Hundred Fifty-seven (157)
North of Range Ninety-eight (98) West
of the 5th Principal Meridian in Wil
liams County, North Dakota.
The mortgagor having failed to pay
an installment of Interest In the amount
of Forty-five Dollars ($45) due No
vember 1, 1916, and also an Installment
of Interest In the amount of Forty-five
Dollars ($45) due November 1, 1917,
and also having failed to pay an in
stallment of Interest In the sum of
Ninety Dollars (90) due November 1,
1916 on a prior mortgage, and an in
stallment of Interest in the sum of
Ninety Dollars ($90) due November 1,
1917 on the said prior mortgage, which
Installments have been paid by said
Mortgagee, and having also failed to
pay taxes for the year 1916 in the
amount of Fifty-one and 39-100 Dollars
($51.39), which taxes said Mortgagee
has paid, said Mortgagee hereby de
clares default and elects to declare the
entire amount of said mortgage due
and payable.
There will be due on said mortgage
on the day of sale the sum of FOUR
HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE AND 84-100
DOLLARS ($445.84) together with the
statutory attorney's fees and costs and
disbursements of this foreclosure.
Dated this 15th day of December, A.
D„ 1917.
Wells and Dickey Company.
Mortgagee.
Hager and Corwin,
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Grafton, N. Dak. 17-7t.
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