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•TATB OF NORTH DAKOTA, Oom»
DISTRICT COURT, filfhth i««
V1ULNK BUSEK Plaintiff, ••.
THE HANK OF MINOT, a defunct
corporation, E. V. Hoffman, A. B.
Ouptill, as the receiver of The Bank
of Minot, I\ Hry. ,-lfson, Indem
nity Company of North Dakota, a
defunct corporation, Clarence
Mears, and all other person* up
known claiming any estate or In
terest in, or lien or incumbrance
upon the property described hi the
THE STATE OF NORTH DAKO
TA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint of th#
plaintiff in the above entitled action,
wbick Is on file in the office of the
Clerk of the District Court, Ward
Dated at Minot, North Dakota this
6th day of February, A. D., 1912
PALDA, AAKER ft GREE.NIS,
NOTICE TO THE ABOVE NAMED
You will please take notice that
situated in the .County of Ward and
State of North Dakota, to-wit North
Half (N 1-2) of the Southwest Quar
ter (SW 14) and West Half (W 1-1)
of the Southeast Quarter (SE 1-4) of
Section Twelve (12) in Township One
Hundred Fifty-five (155) North, Range
Eighty-three (83) West and that no
personal claim is made.
PALDA, AAKER & GREENE,
One (l), in Township One Hundred
flfty-one (151) North of Range Blghty-
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the above entitled action relates to' Quartor (NWI-4) and the Norfh
the following described real estate
pol Meridian, otherwise known as the ^rtain
The said mortgagee has paid cer
tain sums upon a prior lien, which
with Interest thereon, will, on the
rday of sale amount to ($110.58) One
fHiusdued ten and Sp-10j0 Dollars,
which amount Is included in tho sm
hereinafter stated to be the amount
due at the date of sale.
This foreclosure and sale will be
only for sums past due and not for
sums or installments not yet due,
and expressly sublet to installments
MONEY to LOAN
'OB farms and on city homes. We also
Hivitif savings and chectkiner accounts
ORANTS. YHJMA*S, Mgr.
Savings Deposit Bank I
of suoh mortgage not yet due.
There will be due on such mort
gage at the date of sale the sum of
($131.95) One Hundred thirty-one and
95-100 Dollars bealdet attorneys'
fees and costs of foreclosure.
Rlafadell, Murphy ft Blaisdell,
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Minot. N. D. W-tt-
North Dakota, and to serve clay of January, 1910, and filed fox
a copy of your answer upon the record hi the offToe of the Registei
subscribers within thirty day* after of Deeds of the County of Ward and
the service of this summons upon: State of North Dakota, on the 81st
you, exclusive of the day of such ser- day of January, 1910 and recorded In
vice and in case ef your failure to Book 168 of Mortgages at Page 30 be
appear or answer as above required, foreclosed by a sale of the premises
Judgment will be taken against you in such mortgage and hereinafter de
toy default for the relief demanded in
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Citlsens Bank Building,
'Minot, North Dakota.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that a cer
tain mortgage, executed and deliver
ed by Henry McAfee and Katie Mc
Afee, his wife. Mortgagors, to The
Union National Bank of Minot, North
Dakota, Mortgagee, dated the 8tli
scribed, at the front door of the
Court House in the County of Ward
and State of North Dakota, at the
hour of 2 o'clock P. M. on Saturday,
the 23rd day oif March, A. D. 1912, to
satisfy the amount due upon such
mortgage on the day of sale. The
premises described In such mortgage
and wliiefc will he sold to satisfy the
same are described as follows, Ttc:
The South half (Sl-2) of the North-
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
Notice is hereby given that that
certain mortgage, executed and de
livered by Caroline Papeeque "and
Ifrem Papesque, her husband, mort
gagors, to Interstate Securities Com
pany, a corporation, mortgagee, dat
ed the 7th day of January, 1910, Hied
for record in the office of the regis
ter of deeds of the county of Ward
and state of North Dakota on the
11th day of January, 1910, and record
ed in Book 67 of Mortgages at page visions of said mortgage authorizing
482 (assigned by said mortgagee to it so to do the said mortgagee has
Ernest R. Moore and by him assigned added the said sum so paid as afore
to said Interstate Securities Com- said to said mortgage debt together
pany), will be foreclosed by a sale of n-tfh interest thereon.
the premtses in such mortgage and There will be due on said mortgage
hereinafter described at the front on the date of sale the sum of Five
door of the Court House at the city Hundred Fifty and 36-100 ($550.3$)
of Minot in the county of Ward and
state of North Dakota on the 16th
day of March, 1912 at the hour of I vided by law.
2:00 o'clock, p. m.. to satidTy the
Office and O. Address, Minot,
mated Feb. 3, 1912.) 2-8-t6-
Northwest quarter of said section In delivered by A. W. Tracy Mortgager
said township and range.
E. D. KELLEY,
Sheriff of Ward County, N. D.
Dated Feb. 8, 1912.
Quarter (NW1-4) of the North-
Quarter (NKi-4) of Section
Eighteen (18) and the North Half
(Nl-2) of the Northeast Quarter (NB
1-4) of Section Twenty-eight (28) all
in Township One Hundred Flfty-^ev
(157) North of Range Eighty-seven
(87) West of tbe
That it was stipulated In said mort
gage that in case the said mortga
gors failed to make the payments at
the time and in the manner therein
specified then and in that event said
mortgagee might If he so elect de
clare the whole debt so secured by
said mortgage duo asd payable, and
the said mortgagors having failed to
pay the sum of $200.00 and interest
which by the terms of mid mortgage
became due and parable on Novem
ber 1, 1911, said mortgagee does here
by declare the whole MM so ao
eured by said mortgage due and that
in addition to the amount so due on
said mortgage the said mortgagee has
paid interest on prior mortgage liens
in the sum of $96.00 which said lat
ter sum pursuant to the express pro-
Dollars, together with costs of sale
I and the statutory attorneys fee pro-
THE UNION NATIONAL BANK
amount due upon sueh mortgage on of Minot, a Corporation,
the day of sale. The premises de- Mortgagee,
scribed In such mortgage and which vnblp, p.loofl & Adamson,
will be sold to satisfy the same are Attorneys for said Mortgagee,
situate in Ward County. North Da
kota, and are described as follows:
The South half of the north-west
quarter fg 1-2 NW 1-4), and Lots
Three (3) and Four (4), of Seetlon NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE-
a™ that that
tgagef made, executed and
t0 George s. gtewart,
Anyone sending a
B« elch Mid
our opiniou free whoilier aii
invention is )rohnbly pritentnblo. Comnttmlca
lions strictly confidential.
Bontfree. Oldest nrrnncy for flccurlw? patents.
Patents taken through Muun & Co. receive
special notice, without charge, In the
A handsomely lllnstrativi wpeklr. I.nrepat cir
culation if nnv arrienliUo Journal. Tcnna, f:i a
roar: four months, Sold byall newsUeulera.
MUNfi &Go.36,Broadw* New York
Branch Office, G26 8t., Washington. D.
S«e our list of gond farm lands In thl* section, which we
htve for rent, Be-fore making your arrangements for 1912
«all Upon or Writer
No 10 Scoffeld flock MINOT, N. D.
H. J. HALVORSON, Vice Pres't. E. A. LONO, Sec'y.
$1,000,000 00 to loan cn farm lards
Vi •••}•. ,) vW-'i
the 1st dav of May, 1909, and 11*1 for
record in the office of the Register
of Deeds of the County of Ward,
State of North Dakota, on the 1st
day of May, A. D. 1909 at 3.86 o'clock
P. M. and recorded in Book 160 of
Mortgages on Page 2, wMl bo fore|oi
closed by a sale of the promises ifi
such mortgage and hereinafter de
scribed, al the front door of the
court lr.u:se in the County of Ward,
State of North Dakota, at the bout of
2 o'clock P. M. on the 16th day of
March, A. D. 1912, to satisfy the
amount due on such mortgage on the
day of sale the premises desribed :n
Mh mortgage and which will fee
sold to satisfy the tame are situate
in the County of Ward, State of
North Dakota, and descrlbod as fol
lows, to-wit: The East Forty foot
(40) of Lots Poor and Fire (4 A S)
In Block Ton (10) of Ramstad's Riv
orrlow dub-division to the City of
Minot, according to ths offlcal plat
thereof on file and of record tn the
office of the Register of Deeds In and
tho County of Ward and State of
North Dakota. There will bo duo
on such mortgage at tho data of aalo
tho sun of roar Hundred and Ughty
two Dollars (94tS.)
.Dated this 5th day of February A.
Notice of Mortgage Sale.
Notice ts hereby given that default
having been made In the payment of
a certain mortgage, executed and de
livered by Girshon D. Gleason and
Florence A. Gleason, his wife, mort
gagors. to John Hoellinger, mortga
gee, dated the 24th day of February,
1910, and filed f-r record In the offfce
of the Register of Deeds of tb Coun
ty of Ward. e:i«1 State of N* Da
kota, on the 24th day of W) 1910,
and recorded In Book 174 of Mort
gages at Page 255, will be forocidsSd
by a sale of the premises In such
mortgage and hereinafter described,
at the front door of the Court House
in the City of Mlnoc In the County of
Ward and State of North Dakota, at
the hour of 2 o'clock P. M., on the
9th day of March, A. D. 191#, to sat
isfy the amount due upon such mort
gage on the day of sale. Tho prem
ises described in such Mortgage and
whl«4h will be sold to satisfy the
same are deserted as follows, vis
the South Bast Quarter of the North
west Quarter, (SE 1-4 NW l'-4) and
the Southwest Quarter of the North
East Quarter (SW 1-4 NB 1-4) and
the North West quarter of the South
East Quarter (NW 1-4 1-4) and tho
North East Quarter of the South
West Quarter (NB 1-4 SW 1-4) of Sec
tion Twenty Two (22) Township One
Hundred and Fifty-three (153) Range
Eighty-four (84), west of the 5th P.
There will be due on such mortgage
at the date of sale the sum of Twelve
Hundred and Seven Dollars and 49
Default having been made in the
terms and conditions of that certain
mortgage., mfi.de, executed and de
livered by John P. Trainor, an unmar
ried man, Mortgagor, to First State
Bank of Lansford, N. D., (a corpor
ation), Mortgagee, dated the 21st day
of November, A. D., 1908, and filed
for record hi the Office of the Reg
ister of Deeds, in and for Ward coun
ty, State of North Dakota, On Jan
uary 29, A. D. 1909, at 8:30 o'clock,
A. M„ and was duly recorded in Book
133 Mortgages on page 350.
No action or proceeding at law, or
otherwise, having been had at any
time to recover the debt or any part
thereof secured by said mortgage.
Notice Is hereby given, that by rea
son of the default tn the terms and
conditions of the aforesaid mortgage,
said mortgage will be foreclosed by
a sale of the premises In said mort
gage and hereinafter described, at
the front doer of the Court Won—,
In the Cttv of Minot, County of Ward,
State of North Dakota, on the 12th
day of March A. D. 1912, at 2 o'tfloclc,
P. M., to satisfy the amonnt due on
said mortgage on the day of sale.
The premises described In said
mortgage and which will be sold to
satisfy the same are described as
follows, to-wtt: The Northwest Qoar
ter (NW*4). section twentv-nlne (29).
Township One Hundred Fifty-three
(158), Range Eighty-one (Si), west
of the Fifth Principal Meridian, sit
pate in the County of Ward, State
of North Dakota jj|
There win he due on said nbrtgaw
on the day of sale the sum of On*
Hundred Blrty-fow and SS-lOO W-
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GEORGE A. STEWART,
Qreealeaf Bradford ft Nash,
Mtaot, N. D.
Attorney for Mortgagee. 2-1-tb-
Notice of Real Estate Mortgage Fore
ot ttffcoo advanced and paid aa ta
on a prior mortgage, on De
cember l, ivio and December 1, 1911,
teapeuiiveiy, making the total amount
.rial will De due, including nuereet
on said advancements up io the day
sate, ibe sum ut Three Hundred
Mxiy-nvts sua 27-iuu Dollars ($366.2.*),
lugtaher itn statutory attorney a'
xs anu costs ot foreclosure.
Ltated January li»th, A. D. 1*12.
1'lHgX STATIL BANK OF1
LANSFORD, N. L»„
(.a corporation), Mortgagee.
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Lansford, Bottineau Co., N. D
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S
Land Office, at Minot, N. Jan. SO.
Notice is hereby given that Chris
M. Chrlstenson, of Minot, N. D., who
on May 8, 1905, made H. E. No. 33032
Serial, No. 04184, for SW%, Section
21. Township 151 N., Range 83 W..
5th Principal Meridian, has filed no
tice of Intention to make Pinal live
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before Register
and Receiver of the TJ. S. Land Office,
at Minot, N. D., on the 25th day of
Claimant Names as Witnesses:
W. R. Foster, A. L. Weber, F, J.
Tromblee, and L. B. Shea, all of Mi
not, N. D.
THOMAS E. OLSGARD,
2 1 tfl Register.
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These ingredients ta proper eomMna
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We want every one troubled with
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JOHN C. LOWE 18 HOME.
John C. Lowe, court stenographer,
has returned from the west where he
reported the proceedings of the in
terstate Commerce Commission in
Portland, San Francisco and several
other Important rtles. Mr. Lowe
was albsent Just thirty days and he
sars that he added one-half pound of
avoirdupois for each day he was away.
He parted with his famous mustache
in the west and likewise a portion
of his good looks.
Simon "Witham has returned from
an extended vist at Garfield. M'nn.
He says he stayed until the luteflsk
gave out, then decided it was time for
him to leave. Mrs. Witham will re
turn In June.
If your stomach's wrong, have In
digestion, don't reltsh food, appetite
gone, feel heavy, dull, bowels not reg
ular, liver torpid, kianeys not acting
right, can't sleep well, oat of sorts
generally, yoa need Holllster's Rocky
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MONEY to LOAN
On farms and on city homes. We also
invite savings and checking accounts
GRANT S. YOUMANS, Mgr.
Savings Deposit Bank
Judge Nehemian Davis
To the Democrats of North Dakota:
am a candidate for delegate to
the democratic national convention,
to be voted on In the presidential
primary the 19th day of March. I
have been an active democrat in this
state snce 1896, when I cast my first
presidential vote) for WllUamS J.
Rryan, and for ten years past have
published a paper in which the prin
ciples and policies of that great citi
zen have been faithfully and consist
ently advocated. I favor a ticket
composed of Wood row Wilson for
president and John Borke for vice
president. The platform is of sec
ondary importance. MEN are of
greater importance than platforms.
Carl Nelson, Cando, N. D.
2 22 3 7
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H. ,T. Kenner, special man for the
Chicago Record-Herald, is in Minot
this week arranging for a page write-
Republican Candidate For
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Phone 580 red
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Bowtbells and Mohall and surround I®*
country will represented and BMI
good will come of the publicity.
Norman 11. Speed, assistarft maaac
ing editor of the Record-Herald, will
he in Minot in Manck to work uy a
story of M'not and Mous© river
It will be noticed that opposition W
Roosevelt for a third term Is rttnlinftj
wholly io those who opposed him Is*«
second term, and viewed him with
alarm in his first term.
It is estimated that every man, w
man and child in the nation averaged
in 1911 only 109 cigarettes, SO clfara
and four pounds of smoking tobaec*
—so great is the annual consumption
of tobacco. We exceed every nation
in the world In the consumption *r
cigarettes. Glorious distinction
OPTION ON THE FORUM
The Fargo-Courier News has
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The News has sent blanks broadcast
over the state in an effort to interest
those with money to Invest. Baying
newspaper stock Is better than invest
ing iii wild cat mining schemes, any
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