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Thursday, August 29, 1918.
roaco Or 1KB VAN LOONS AH.-PJHS CM CKKBWMLf *»N» PMft. AT lAfT1 w»t urre* t» -imT HUH OfB. TH8. TRAINING LITTLE CHILDREN (Continued from page 6) eat, and his heart was as brave and true as the heart of the tree. His trousers were painted green with yellow stripes and his jacket -was painted red with gold buttons. He wore a painted blue cap upon the side of his head with a band that -went under his chin, and he carried a wooden gun in one arm. He could stand alone, for his wooden legs were glued to a block of wood, and his eyes were black and shining and his mouth was painted in a smile. When the Toy Soldier went from the toy shop to live in Gregory's house the little boy thought that he had never seen such a fine soldier in his life. He made him captain of all the soldier ninepins and guard of the toy train, and he took him to bed with him at night. Then, one day James, who lived next door and was Gregory's neighbor, came over to play with Gregory. "What a nice Toy Soldier!" James "Yes, he's mine," Gregory said. "May I play with him?" James ask ed. "No, I said he was my Toy Soldier," Gregory answered. "Then I'll take him," James said. "I won't let you," Gregory said. Then the two little boys began pull ing the Toy Soldier to see which could get him away from the other, and the Toy Soldier did not like it at all. He was fond of a good battle, but not of a quarrel. He decided that he would not stay in a house where there was a quarrelsome boy and so. he tumbled out of a window that was close by and fell, down, down to the street below. The Toy Soldier had not lain long on the sidewalk when Harold passed by and picked him up. "I wanted a Toy Soldier and here is the finest one I ever saw," Harold said, and he slipped the soldier inside his coat and started on. and he was 111 ."VI basics or Sc arlet Fever tht extreme weakness often remits in impaired hearing, weakened eyesight, bronchitis and other troubles, but if Seoff'* EmaMon is given promptly, it carries strength to die organs •t«i creates rich blood to build up the depleted forces. CUUmi M«e ea ScatftEasMon. fc li FW tnm Afcolwt GEO. A. McGEE E. B. GOSS McGee & Goss Attorney* at Uw General Law Practice Minot, N. Dak. DR. DOCHTERMAN physician and Surgeon Office in Union Block over First National Bank Phone 38-2 Williston. N. D. DR. E. J. HAGAN Physician and Surgeon Night and day calls a swered. Glasses P™oe'']y»- 3 1 515 Office 37-2—Residence 3.-3 M. E. TRAINOR, M. D. I Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Bruegger Block, Main Street Williston, N. D. jieieiaseieieieisasK DRS. NICHOLSON & DISTAD A. S. Nleholnoa, M. O. E. niMtad. M. D. Office Union Block, Williston, N. D. Telephones: it. Office 327-2—Residence 32-3 Day and Night calls promptly 889* DR. A. McNIVEN Veterinary Surgeon Hospital in Connection Phone 341 Williston. N. D. ..a MCfMTNINC A KNOCK, o«h A MR IN THS WMIA MACH/Nts TH«n& lsnt going to school. The Toy Soldier lay close to Harold's watch that was tick,' tick, ticking the time away, but Har old loitered and at last he stopped to play a game of marbles with another little boy when he met. "I don't care if I am late for school," he said. "Oho!'5' thought the Toy Soldier, and as the two little boys played he dropped out from under Harold's coat and into the gutter. When Harold reached school, late, the Toy Soldier was gone. Joe found the Toy Soldier in the gutter and ran home with him to his mother. "I have a Toy Soldier!" he said. "How brave he looks," said Joe's mother. All the rest of the day the Toy Sol dier went about with Joe and listened to what he said and watched what he did. "I can't go to the grocer's I'm afraid of his dog." "I can't put in that nail. I am afraid that the hammer will slip and hit my finger." This was what the Toy Sol dier heard. Then it was Joe's bed time and the Toy Soldier went up stairs with him to bed, but Joe cried all the way. "I'm afraid of the dark!" be said. When Joe was asleep the Toy Sol dier slipped out of his hand and fell into a scrap basket. He knew very well that he couldn't stay with a child who was a coward. No one saw the Toy Soldier when the basket was emptied in the morn ing. He went with the scraps into a huge bag and then into a wagon, and then into a factory where men storted the cloth to make it into paper. One of these men found the Toy Soldier and took him home to his little boy, who was lame and had to stay alone all day. "Has it been a good day, John?" his father asked. "Oh, yes!" laughed John as he hugged the Toy Soldier. "You have my supper ready just in time," his father, said, watching the soup bubbling in a shining pot on the stove. "And I cleaned a little and set the table," John said. "Has your back hurt you very much today?" asked his father. "A little, but I don't mind that," John said. "See how fine the Toy Soldier looks standing on the table!" "Oho!" thought the Toy Soldier, "now I have found a place where I can stay. Here is another soldier, cheerful and willing to work and brave!" Subscribe for the Graphic. Professional Cards THOMAS M. COONEY Attorney at Law Williston, North Dakota Heffernan Block Phone No. 45 WILLIAM G. OWENS Attorney at Law Office in Rawson Block Williston, North Dakota MURPHY & METZGER Phone 12—Old Williams County Bank Bldg.. Main St. Williston. North Dakota MOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. 51—A. F. & A. M. Fred H. Smith. W. M. Richard C. Ike, S. W. Sampel S. Hydle, J. W. I J. W. DISNEY Small John a Specialty Storm houses, Sheds, putting on storm windows—Short order work jg of all kjnds Phone 15S Wiliiston, N. D. B. J. Schoregge, Treas. Chas. E. Newell, Secy. M. W. A. LODGE NO. 5396 Meet* Every Tuesday Evealaic at 8 o'clock sharp, in Odd Fellows hall. Visitors always welcome. Arthur Evans, V. C. W. F. Cormany, Clerk R. E. KREIGER Veterinary Surgeon Williston, N. D. Phone 379 Red TH6 GEAH4HIP7 AND CLUTCH ACT MM I* TOwCNiNC VW-VRTJ GRAPHIC FARM BUREAU (Continued from page 2) HELPING NATURE What will the harvest be—next year's The answer to that question will depend considerably on how and when the plow is used this fall. The plow is the first machine em ployed in the series of soil workings to prepare a seed bed. It breaks up, turns and mixes, doing what might be called the rough work in the re duction of hard ground to finely divided soil suitable as a feeding place for plant roots Then comes the disc and the drag to help finish what the plow began. But machines are not the only forces affecting the soil and aiding in the preparation. Nature is also at work —the rains, the sun, vegetable growth and decay, frosts, bacterial activities in numberless forms, all profoundly influencing the course soil takes to ward a crop, and being influenced in turn by the way a man handles the soil. A man can help or hinder Nature. This is shown very clearly in fall plowing. He can plow early and thus give Nature a chance to work upon the broken soil, disintegrate it more, rot the stubble turned under, make it porous to the rain, so that it comes to spring time friable—or he can let the lAnd lie till late, growing weeds, and then plow under dry trash short ly before freezing up, thus having in the spring a layer of hard clods over lying a coarse matting of vegetable matter. He who plows early in the fall co operates with Nature. PREVENT HOG CHOLERA How cholera is a very contagious disease. It is carried by birds, dogs and roving animals as well as man. When hog cholera breaks out in the neighborhood keep the hogs confined, let no one but the feeder go near them. When one of the hogs acts sluggish and keeps away from the other hogs, hiding in straw or litter, better have the county agent or a veterinarian determine if it is hog cholera, and if it is the serum treat ment should be given the whole herd as quickly as possible. Tested serum can be secured at cost from the Vet erinary Department of the North Da kota Agricultural College.—Ext. Div. N. D. Agr. College. THE HARDIEST RYE The hardiest rye for North Dakota is the, N. D. 595 developed at the North Dakota Agricultural College. Rye is one of the valuable bread crops and it is, also, a crop' that does not need work at the same time as the other grain crops. Rye is alsc a good weed killer,—N. D. Div. N. D. Agr. College. KEEP THE COW The cow is an income producer. She brings in her harvest continually. At times it may seen hard to scrape up enough feed, but it can usually be done. In addition to the milk and calf, the cow returns most of the plant food in her food in the manure. This means that the cow will help keep up the land, thus making the land more productive through manur ing. The pasture continually becomes more fertile and growing such'crops as alfalfa, grasses and corn puts the land in better shape for growing crops. Even if the cow does not make such profit she makes the acres that support her more productive, which usually means more profit.— Extension Div. N. D. Agr. College. Written expressly for Graphic readers by C. E. Conkey. THE VALUE OF A STRAIN Very few people really know the real value or the meaning of the word strain as it pertains to poultry, and in this short article the writer will try to explain the real meaning and value of a strain. When a breeder has bred poultry for at least five or ten years and has not introduced any new blood within that time, improving his flock along scientific and practical lines so that they perpetuate their offsprings to such an extent that a likeness of one another is recognized at once, then W1LU8TON GRAPHIC THenei 4MITM »'uu MK KIM 'IS -KND 4H«W HIM HOW A MEAL.,CAM. OV£M1 and then only has any breeder the right to call his flock a strain. Xhe law of heredity says that like begets like but this we deny. Like does not beget like until like is es tablished and like cannot be estab lished short of five years. It will take all of this time to establish blood lines and eight to ten years for color. Any breeder who has the patience to follow the above lines can safely say he has a strain. Any one buying eggs or grown stock from such a breeder will he more than satisfied for they will re ceive in the eggs or stock bought the many years of experience of the breeder. When buying from such a breeder no outside blood should be introduced for the moment that other blood is fused into the strain you have un done at once what he had worked for years to accomplish. There are several charts that are very simple to follow on line breed ing and would suggest careful study of such a chart. Buy one pair of fowls of what ever breed and color you fancy, from a breeder who has established a strain as above ex plained and then make your start. Follow closely the lines laid out by the breeding chart and above all use a little common sense and success awaits you. SRGEMD SULPHUR DARKENS 6MY HJUft It's Grandmother's Recipe Restore Color, Gloss and Attractiveness. to Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compounded, brings back the natural color aad lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or gray. Years ago the only **T to get this mixture was to make it at home, which is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound," you will get- a large bottle of this famous old recipe, improved by the addition of other ingredients, for about 50 cents. Don't stay gray! Try it! No one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as it does it bo or naturally ana evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time by morning the gray hair dis appears, and after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy and attractive. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound a delightful toilet requisite for those who desire dark hair and a youthful ap pearance. It is not intended for the eure, mitigation prevention of disease. LEGAL NOTICES SKCOXD SUMMONS State of North Dakota, County of Williams, ss. ndn ln Justice Court. Betore Is. B. Ludo wese, Justice of the Thomas M. Cooney. 1 lain tire, vs. u. C. Coverdell and E. B. Bratt, co-part ners, Defendants. Mecoad Sumnwan The State of North Dakota to Said D^vnthist Second Summons herein. you art- herebv directed to apptar befort me. at my office, in the Telephone Building on Broadway, in City of williston, said Count ^nd state, at ten o'clock A. M., on the Ninth day of ?gramp'wi.tDo,f,1tV,,e.bo^ an fini nlaintiff" rendered and performed for rs£. -srA'., sr abfe value of Three Hundred Fifty Dollars- no part of which has been n-iid except $175.00 and demanding li*id"'ment for $150.00 and costs and that bv virtue of garnishment proceed ings in said action against one J. O. ijentrt garnishee, said garnishee has dUcIoVed that he has in his possession id under his control the sum of One f,„ S Seventy-five Dollars, belong ing to the above named defendants, and demanding that said sum of One b^v" "'iid^garni'shtfe"oPSenfertf°be ap^ oiled to the satisfaction of plaintiff's claim and you are notified that unless vou so appear and answer the plaintiff take judgment against you ac- C°o1i-enlythis D. 1918. Tenth day of August, A. N Ludowese, Justice of the Peace, City of Williston. Ex- 1 Officio Justice of the Peace, said County. 1 hereby direct that this Summons h,» Miiblished in the Williston Gra phlc. published at the City of Willis ton said County, said publication to be mad on August 22nd, August 29tl». and September 5th, 1918. Dated August 10th, A. D. 1918. N. B. Ludowese. Justice of the Peace, as aforesaid. John J. Murphy, Esq.. Attorney for Plaintiff, Williston, North Dakota. 10-3t. %OTKE \NI CITATION, KGARINtt OF FINAL ACCOUNT AMI 1M8 TRIBCTION OF ESTATE State of North Dakota, County of Williams. In County Court, Before Hon. A. L. Blf11Htiie1*Matter of the Estate of Fred Southard, Deceased. Henry Greengard, Petitioner, vs. Alta Southard, Lucretia Koons, and all oth er persons interested in said Es*.&te, "ME «N SMITlf WHATi WtTH1 MS. I Ciuf&S^ I WlU. VAM Respondents. Not lee a*4 Cltatloa, llearlaa of Flaal AeeoMat aad DIMrlhatlna of Kulalr The State of North Dakota to the above named Respondents: You. the above named respondents are hereby notified that the final ac count of E. R. Brownson. the admin istrator of the estate of Fred Southard late of the City of Minneapolis in the County of Hennepin and State of Min nesota, deceased, has been rendered to this Court, therein showing that the estate of said deceased is ready for final settlement and distribution, and pe titioning that his account be allowed, the residue of said estate be distributed to the persons thereunto entitled, his administration closed and he be dis charged: that Monday, the 23rd day of September A. D. 1918, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, at the Court Rooms of this Court, In the Court House, in the City of Williston County of Williams and State of North Dakota, has been duly appointed by this Court for the settlement thereof, at which time and place any person in terested In said estate may appear and tile his exceptions, in writing, to said account and petition and contest the same. And you, the above named respon dents, and each of you. are hereby cited and required then and there to be and appear before this Court, and show cause, if any you have, why said ac count shall not be allowed, the residue of said estate distributed, the admin istration of said estate closed and said 1?. R. Brownson as such administrator discharged. Dated the 21st day of August A. D. 1918. By the Court: (Seal) A. Li. Butler, Dated July 24, 1918. Margaret E. Strong, Administratrix. First publication on the 8th day of August, A. D. 1918. 8-4t. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Williston, N. D., July 22 1918. NOTICE Is Claimant names as NOTICE is hereby given that the certain mortgage, made, executed. and delivered by August Wickeri and Hulda Wicken, his wife, wrr* T^C A Judge of the County Court. Let Service of the above Citation be made by publication in the Williston Graphic, a weekly newspaper publish ed in Williston, Williams Co., North Dakota. (Seal) A. L. Butler. Judge. Geo. A. Gilmore, Attorney for Administrator. 10-4t. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Williston, N. D„ Aug ust 19. 1918. NOTICE is hereby given that Vernie R. Asbury, of Williston, N. I)., who, on October 1, 1915. made Homestead Entry Serial No. 021801, for S 1-2 SE 1-4, Sec tion 31. Township 154 N., Range 100 W., 5th Prin. Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before The Register and Receiver of the U. S. Land Office, at Williston, N. D., on the 7th day of October, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Erastus M. Atterberry, Edward A. Sharp, Pete DeMars, William Lukins, all of Williston, N. D. 10-6t. W E. Byerly, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, !U. S. Land Office at Williston, N. D., August 5, 1918. NOTICE Is hereby given that Pete De Mars, of Williston, N. D„ who, on August 5, 1915, made Homestead entry, serial No. 021670, for Lots 1 & 2, Sec tion fi, Township 153 N., Range 100 W., 5th P. Meridian, has filed notice of In tention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before The Register & Re ceiver, U. S. Land Office, at Williston, N. D., on the 9th day of Sept., 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Vernie Asbury, John De Mars, Pete Tough, Roy Tyrell, all of Williston, N. D. 8-6t. W. E. Byerly, Register. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Fred A. Strong, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed Margaret E. Strong, Adminis tratrix of the Estate of Fred A. Strong, late of the City of Williston, In the County of Williams and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to said Administratrix at the office of Usher L. Burdlck, in the First National Bank Building in the City of Williston, In the State of North Dakota. In said Williams County. Fn hereby given that Lena Lambert formerly Lena La Rocque, of Trenton, N. D., who, on July 11, 1913, made Homestead entry, serial No. 018666, for NE 1-4 NW 1-4 and Lot 2, Section 19, Township 153 N.. Range 102 W., 5th P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before The Reg ister and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Williston, N. D.. on the 9th day of Sept., 1918. witnesses: Tom Wilkinson, Vitle La Rosque. Henry Bowen, Fred Wilkinson, all of Trenton, N. D. 8-6t. W. E. Byerly, Register. NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORT GAGE FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS, Default has been made in the terms and conditions or .ne mortgage hereinafter described by which the power of sale therein con tained has become operative, and no action or proceeding haying been in stituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof, and upon sucn de fault the assignee of mortgagee hav ing elected and hereby declared the entire mortgage indebtedness due and payable as authorized by the said mortgage, now therefore. Mort£af®,r%£2 ^'oth Beiseker Mortgagee, dated the ^9tn dav of May, 1912 and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Williams an.d S'tate of North Dakota on the «Ut day of Mav 1912. at 8:43 clock A. M. and there recorded in Book "43 of Mort eatres on page "C10." and duly assign ed^ said Mortgagee to D. V\r. Saftord, which said assignment was dated June 8 1912 and was filed foi- record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Williams and State of North Dakota on the 25th day of October, 1912 at 8:32 o'clock A. M. and there re corded in Book "80" of assignments on Datre "521," and duly re-assigned by said D. W. Safford to Mrs. B. P. Chap Die which said assignment was dated November 28, 1916, and was filed for record in the office of the Register of Pag* 8wi DM you «v»r know it to tall ur ^^A\v Deeds of the County of Williams and State of North Dakota on the 19th day of January, 1917 at 9:09 o'clock A. M. and there recorded in Book "62" of Mortgages on page "597," and duly re-assigned by said Mrs. B. P. Chap pie to T. L. Belseker, which said as signment was dated April 16, 1918 and. was filed for record In the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Wil liams and State of North Dakota on the 15th day of July, 1918 at 9:07 o'clock A. M. and there recorded In Book "151" of Assignments on page "84", will be forclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and here inafter described, at the front door of the Court House, at Williston. in the County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, at the hour of Ten o'clock In the forenoon, on the 4th day of Sep tember, A. D. 1918, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such Mort gage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are situated in the County of Williams and State of North Da kota and are described as follows, vi»: Lots Two and Three (2 & 3) of Section Three (3), In Township One Hundred Fifty-three (153) North, Range One Hundred Two (102) West, and the South half of the Southwest quaiter (S 1-2 SW 1-4) of Section Thirty-four (34), in Township One Hundred Fifty four (154) North, Range One Hundred Two (102) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing One Hundred Sixty (160) acres more or less accord ing to the Government Survey thereof. There will be due on such mortgage at the date of sale, including taxes oa the above described premises for th« year 1913, and Interest thereon, tha sum of Seven Hundred Seventy-one and 1-100 (1771.01) Dollars, exclusive of costs, disbursements and attorney's fees allowed by law. Dated this 24th day of July, 1918. T. L. Belseker, Assignee of Mortgage*. ARTHUR L. NETCHER, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Fessenden, North Dakota. l-lt NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORT GAGE FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS. Default has been mad* In the terms and conditions of the mortgage hereinafter described by which the power of sale therein con tained has become operative, and no action or proceeding having been In stituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof, and upon such de fault the mortgagee having elected and hereby declared the entire mort gage indebtedness due and payable aa authorized by the said mortgage, now therefore, NOTICE is hereby given that the certain mortgage, made, executed and delivered by Aael Wilder, a widow, Mortgagor, to Farmers Trust Com pany, a corporation. Mortgagee, dated the 22nd day of August 1914 and filed for record In the office of the Regis ter of Deeds of the County of Williams and State of North Dakota on the 31st day of October 1914 at 9:19 o'clock A. M. and there recorded In Book "98" of Mortgages at Page "545" will be fore closed by a sale of the premises In such mortgage and hereinafter describ ed, at the front door of the Court House, at Williston, in the County of Williams, and State of North Dakota* at the hour of Ten o'clock in the fore noon, on the 4th day of September A. D., 1918, to satisfy the amount due up on such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described In such Mort gage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are situated In the County of Williams and State of North Da kota and are described as follows, vis: East Half of Southwest Quarter 13 1-1 SW 1-4) and Northwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter (NW 1-4 SIC 1-4) and Southwest Quarter of Northeast Quarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) of Section Seventeen (17) In Township One Hun dred Fifty-seven (157), North of Range One Hundred (100) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing 16t acres more or less according to the Government Survey thereof. There will be due on such mortgage at the date of sale including Interest coupons on a prior mortgage, one due Nov. 1, 1915 of $56.00, one due Nov. 1, 1916 of $48.00 and one due Nov. 1, 191T of $48.00, and interest thereon, alsa real estate taxes on the premises here inabove described for the year 1915, and Interest thereon, all of whleh coupons and taxes the mortgagee here in has been required to pay and has iaid in order to protect Its interests the mortgage under foreclosure, the sum of Three Hundred Seventy and 78-100 ($370.78) Dollars, exclusive of costs, disbursements and attorney's fees allowed by law. Dated this 84th day of July. 1918. Farmers Trust Company, a corpora tion Mort^gee^ ARTHUR L. NETCHER. Attorney for Mortgagee, Fessenden, North Dakota. Ml NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORT GAGE FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That that certain mortgage made, executed and delivered by James G. Jennlnga and Ida F. Jennings, his wife, of the County of Nelson, and State of North Dakota, Mortgagors, to Thomas J. Baird, of the County of Nelson, and State of North Dakota, Mortgagee, dated February 1st, 1909, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, on February 9th 1909, at 11:56 o'clock A. M.. la Book "7" of Mortgages, on Page "591" which said mortgage was thereafter assigned by said mortgagee to W. J. Russell.. and thereafter assigned by said W. J. Russell to F. A. Schroeden as Document Number 130207, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds, Williams County, North Da kota, on April 13th, 1918, at 9:10 o'clock A. M., In Book "151" of Mortgages, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage, and here inafter described, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Willis ton, County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, on the 9th day of Sep tember, A. D. 1918, at two o'clock P. The premises described in such mort-A gage, and which will be sold to satis fy the flame are real estate in the County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, described as follows, to-wit: Lots One and Two, and the South Half of the Northeast Quarter of Sec tion One. in Township One Hundred Fifty-eight North of Range Ninety-six West of the Fifth Principal Meridian. There will be due on such mortgage on the date of sale the sum of Fifteen hundred sixty two and 66-100 Dollars* and costs of foreclosure. Dated this 30th day of July, A. I*. 1918. C. C. Mackenroth, Sheriff of Williams County, N. Dak. John J. Murpfc". & Ivan V. Metzger, Attorneys for 1 A. Schroeder, Mort-gagee's Assignee, Williston, N. Dak. 7-«t