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MAKE A FARM
LOAN WITH US
ou can (my off JilUU or any
multiple tiiereuf on the tirst
mortgagf after the first year
We are ir a position to give
you absolutely The
Come in and
talk it orer 01 write us. Kill
out thin coupon:
1 desire a loan 't(
on the foilnwinif land
Value of land 1
Value of buildinc*
We also make City
Loans at Lowest Rate*
FARM MORTGAGE AND
Second Floor New Optic Block, |n»«
back of the SkmiI Nat'I Bank Bldf
Phone 54 Minot, N. D.
KARL H. STOUDT
Room 10 Brauer Block or Phone 521-Red
And all Kinds of Cement Work.
First-class work guaranteed.
MINOT, NO. DAKOTA
Guaranteed to make better
Bread than any other Flour.
Minot Flour Mill Co.
If you want a loan
Law Ottii'H «f
Halvor L. Halvorson
Counselor til l.aw
Col Varuac Dalfrniue
DAKOTA FARM LANDS
AND MlNOT SOB-
Manufacturing S t«i
Coal Acreage*. Citjr Lot*,
and Husinesa Opportuni
Section 2 miles from Railroad
town, tfixxl soil. Ten year's time
at 6%. Exchanife for Minot prop
Insuriirce and Codec
Wm. J. Donnsly, Jr
FIRE TORNADO BAIL
It coBte you no more to
insure your crop early
Over Citiaao's Hank
MINOT, NO. DAKOTA
Farm For Sale Cheap
Bordering The City On The West
FOR TERMS SEE
your farm at the low
in a a
quick service, see
Brush-Mc Williams Co.
Minot, N. I).
THE GREAT NORTHERN LUMBER GO.
MINOT, NORTH DAKOTA.
We have on hand a complete line of all kind* of BUILDING
MATERIAL at prices that are right. Don't tali
to xet our figures before buying elsewhere,
""'he Independent Dealers
The Great Northern Lumber Company.
For Rent, For Sale, Lost, Found, Taken Up.
out) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
15-room hotel in Minot,
a splendid business, and well lo
tted, for farm, stock and machinery.
h«ma» A Colter, Minot, N. D.
FARM LOANS—I have 13,000.00 on
hand to loan on first class farm se
curity. Can give best terms and
close immediately. C. B. Davis,
Room 11, Brauer Block, Minot, N.
REAL ESTATE WANTED—I buy
and sell real estate, no matter where
located. Send me a description of
your property and I will secure a
cash buyer for same. W. R. Lem
monier, Minot, North Dakota.
FOR SALE—Up to date Llacksmith
ing outfit, which is unclaimed at our
warehouse. The outfit comprises a
trip hammer, circle saw, press drill,
blower, and everything that goes with
a complete outfit. We can sell this
at a great snap, but you will have to
hurry. Hodgins Transfer Co., Mi
not, N. D. 7-8tf
MONEY to loan on improved farms.
Send in your applications. Interstate
Securities Company, Minneapolis,
HOME HOTEL—Under new manage
ment. Best qf rooms, 75c and $1.
Corner Third Southwest. Mrs. A.
Heurman, proprietor, Minot North
MONEY TO LOAN—If you have a
loan that matures, or wish to make
a new loan on your land, see or
write us. Lowest rates and prompt
and satisfactory service. E. J.
Lander & Co., Lee block, Minot.
GET YOUR INSURANCE from W. I
Lemmonier, Phone 804. 4-16-t
TAKEN UP—At my home, Sec. 29,
155-82, Tuesday, August 3, 1915,
one roan gelding, seven years old,
with bald face, weight about 1300
lbs. one two-year-old brown geld
ing, star in forehead, weight 1150
lbs. one dark brown two-year-old
gelding, large star in forehead,
small white mark on end of nose,
weight about 1200 lbs. Peter Hol
bach, Minot, N. D., R. F. D. 4.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—For land or
city property, stock and fixtures of
the Economy Drug Co. This is one
of the best sets of fixtures in the
state and stock consists of drugs,
books, stationery, notions, etc. J. B.
Taylor, Minot, N. D. 8-12-t2
FOR SALE OR TRADE—My 40-horse
power Velie car in first class run
ning order. This car was practi
cally made over this spring, and has
only run 10,000 miles, since new.
I will give terms or trade for land.
J. C. Smallwood. 8-19t2
FOR SALE—$400.00 Fischer piano,
used, fine shape, must sell, only
$190 also one $500 Raudenbush
piano only $250.00. Call or write
Raudenbush Piano Co., Waverly Ho
tel Block. 8-12-t3*
FOR SALE—A high grade second
hand piano—cheap if taken at once.
S. J. Rognlie, at Blakey Drug Store,
Minot, N. D. 8-19-tf
FOR SALE—Fine residence lot on
north side, cheap. P. O. Box 543
Minot, N. D. 8-19tf
WANTED—to trade, player piano for
auto, new or second hand. S.
Rognlie, at Blakey Drug Store, Mi
not, N. D. 8-19-tf
STRAYED—About a month a«o. one
ten-month-old heifer, black, white
face and hind legs. Finder please
notify Thomas Sampson, Burling
ton, N. Dak. 8-19-t3*
For Sale—An O. K. Champion pota
to digger, not used much and in first
class condition. Cheap. L. E. Gregor
son, Burlington, N. D., Sec. 25-157-84,
NOTICE OF SAIiE
NOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That by
virtue of a judgment and decree In fore
closure, rendered and given by the Dis
trict court of the Eighth Judicial Dis
trict, in and for the County of Ward and
State of North Dakota, and entered and
docketed in the office of the Clerk of
said Court in and for said County on the
20th day of July, 1915, in an action
wherein The Minnesota Mutual Life In
surance Company, a corporation, plain
tiff, and William J. Brugman, Rose L.
Brugman, L. J. Palda, Jr., Trustee, Rog
ers Lumber Company, a corporation,
Middle West Loan & Trust Company, a
corporation, Jourgen Olson, W. G. Bol
ser and Janney-Semple Hill Co., a cor
poration, Defendants, in the favor of the
said Plaintiff and against the said De
fendants, for the sum of Nineteen
Thousand Twenty-two Dollars and Thir
ty-eight cents, which judgment and de
cree among other things directed the
sale by me of the real estate hereinaft
er described, to satisfy the amount of
said judgment, with interest thereon and
the cost of expenses of such sale, or so
much thereof as the proceeds of such
sale applicable thereto will satisfy. And
by virtue of a writ to me Issued out of
the office of the Clerk of said Court In
and for County of Ward, and under the
seal of said Court, directing me to sell
said real property pursuant to said judg
ment and decree, I, John J. Nedreloe,
Sheriff of said county, and person an
pointed by said Court to make said sale,
will sell the hereinafter described real
estate to the highest bidder, for cash, at
public auction, at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Minot, In the
County of Ward, and State of North Da
kota, on the 18th day of September, A. D.
1915, at two o'clock p. m., of that day,
to satisfy said Judgment, with interest
and costs thereon, and the costs and ex
penses of such sale, or so much thereof
as the proceeds of such sale applicable
thereto will satisfy. The premise* to
be. sold as aforesaid pursuant to said
Judgment and decree, and said writ, and
to this notice, are described In said Judg
ment, decree and writ, as follows, to
The West Half of the Southeast Quar
ter Wl-2 SE 1-4), and the Southwest
Quarter (SW 1-4) of Section Five (6),
Lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and the Southeast Quar
er of the Northwest Quarter (SBU NW
K) and the Eaist Half of the South
west Quarter (B 1-i SW 1-4)
and the Southeast Qaarter (BKH) of
WANTED—To buy land, four qua
ters of farm land. Terms, prices an
location must be right. Box 98,
not, N. D. 3-4-tf
FOR INSURANCE on Farm and Cit
Property see W. R. Lemmonier.
FOR SALE—One easy terms, moden
six room house three blocks south
high school. Will trade for fan
land near Minot. C. Aurland.
*T)R SALE—On easy terms, city lot*
Enquire at Grow Clothing Co.
FOR SALE—Hardwood barrels and
kegs. Granite Springs Produce Co.,
Minot, N. D. 8-5tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE for good land
—nine-room modern house, best lo
cation. If interested call on 416
Fifth Ave. S. E. 7-22-tf
ESTRAYED—From my pasture five
miles east and three miles south of
Minot on July 22, one black horse
colt, two years old, described as
having a star in forehead, white
nose, left hind foot while, wire cut
on same leg. Finder please notify
J. W. Kidder, Minot, N. D., R. 4,
and receive reward. 7-29-tf
FOR SALE—One Waterloo Boy gas
engine, four h. p. also a few good
horses. F. L. Smith, R. D. No. 1,
FOR SALE—Two seated Concord bug
gy, nearly new. Sever Soine, care
Farmers' Elevator. 8:5tf
LOST—One bay horse, white strip in
face, halter on with rope dragging,
mane and tail bobbed weight about
950 lbs. Finder return to Cady Bros,
for reward. Phone 712 Black.
FOR SALE—An Iowa farm of 240
acres, splendid orchard, good im
provements, school near. 70 acres
in corn, 10 acres alfalfa. Price $90
per acre, terms easy. Address F.
W. Bisbee, Turin, Iowa. 8-12-t3*
WANTED—Grain hauling. Two com
plete outfits. Terms reasonable.
O. B- Spires, care of Olson-Werner
Grain Co., Burlington. 8-12t2*
FOR SALE—A full-blooded bird dog.
Pointer, well trained, good ranger
and sure scent. E. B. Owen, 423
Ninth St. S. E., Minot. 8-12-t2*
LOST—Irish setter pup. Liberal re
ward if returned to C. D. Aaker,
Phone 828 or 148. 8-12 tf
WANTED—Girl for general house
work in family of three—all adults.
Mrs. C. Aurland, 120 4th Ave. S.
FOR SALE—Two pure bred Poland
China boars, eight weeks old. Reg
istered sires. Ed Schwede, Donny
brook, R. F. D. No. 2. 8-12-U*
FOR SALE—80 acre relinquishment,
seventy tillable, good spring, 9 miles
from town of 800, less than thirty
from Minot, a bargain this week,
$100 handles it 160 acres, modern
buildings, 1 mile from Logan, in
valley. Price $22.50 per acre.
James L. Shaw, Real Estate Man,
Logan, N. D. 8-19-tf
TAKEN UP—At my home ten miles'
south and three miles west of
Minot, Freedom township, August.
13, 1915, one Chestnut sorrel geld
ing, six years old, weight 1300,
pounds, branded C. W. on left:
shoulder. Blazed forehead. Owner
prove property, pay charges and take
same away. W. R. Foster, Minot,]
N. D., R. F. D. No. 3. 8-2613*1
WANTED, JOB—For season cooking
on car for threshing crew. Good
cook, always sober and on the job.1
Eight season's experience. E. A.
Deering, L. B. 355., Mantenideo,
Section Six (6), Lots 1, 2, 3, and the East
half of Northwest Quarter (EJ NW%)
the East Half of the Southwest Quarter
(E% SW%), the Northwest Quarter of I
the Southeast Quarter (NW 1-4 SE 1-4)
and the Northeast Quarter (NE%) of.
Section Seven (7) the West Half of the
Northwest Quarter (W% NW',4), the'
Northeast Quarter of the Northwest
(NE% NW'/i), the North Half of the I
Northeast Quarter (N% NE%) of Sec-1
tion Eight (8), the Northwest Quarter I
of the Northwest Quarter (NW% NW^)
of Section Nine (9), all in Township One
Hundred Fifty-flve (155), Range Eighty
seven (87), containing 1410 acres more
or less according to the U. S. Govern
ment survey thereof, and all in the
County of Ward and State of North Da
JOHN J. NEDRELOE,
Sheriff of Ward County County, N. D,
Bradford & Nash,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Minot, N. D.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
By order of the School Board.
LEILA L. BUNKHR,
8-lt-t« R. R. 1, Sawyer, N. D.
State ef North Dakota, County ef Ward.
J. J. MeGUINESS, Defendant
Notice la hereby given, that by virtue
ef aa execution to me directed and de
livered, and now In my hands, Issued out
ef the Clerk's office or the Eighth Judic
ial Dlatrict Court, State of North Dako
ta, la and for the County of Ward, upon
a Judgment rendered la aaid Court in
favor of A. Klemmens, Plaintiff, and
against J. j. McGulnees, Defendant, I
have levied upon the following described
real property of said Defendant, to-wlt:
All right, title and Interest of the above
named Defendant In and to the South
west quarter (SW 1-4) of Section Two
(2) In Township One Hundred Fifty-nine
(159) North, of Range Eighty-eight (88)
West, In Ward Conuty and State of
North Dakota, and that I shall, on Tues
day, the 21st day of September, A. D.
1916, at the hour of two o'clock P. M„ of
said rtay, at the front door of the Court
House In the City of Minot, In said Coun
ty and State, proceed to sell the right,
title and interest of the above named J.
J. McQulness, In and to the above de
scribed property, to satisfy said judg
ment and costs, amounting to Four Hun
dred Sixty-eight and 27-100 Dollars, to
gether with all accruing costs of sale,
and Interest on the same from the 2nd
day of October, 1914, at the rate of
seven per cent per annum, at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash.
JOHN J. NBDRELOE,
Sheriff of Ward County. N. D.
Chas. D. Kelso,
Dated Minot, N. D„ August 7th, 1915.
Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Bate.
Notice Is hereby given that the certain
mortgage, made, executed and delivered
by Silas R. Beach and Kitty Beach, his
wife, mortgagors, to the Waterloo Loan
and Trust Company of Waterloo, Iowa,
mortgagee, dated the 21st day of Octo
ber, 1911, and filed for record In the office
of the Register of Deeds In the County
of Ward, State of North Dakota, on the
28th day of October, 1911, and recorded
in Rook 177 of Mortgages on page 421.
will be foreclosed by a sale of the prem
NOTICE FOB BIDS.
Notice is hereby given ihat the dis
trict school board of Iowa District No. 64
will receive sealed bids for the construc
tion of a one-room frame school house
on Section 35, Township 153, Range 82,
In accordance with plans and specifica
tions now on file In the office of the dis
trict clerk and the County Superinten
dent of Schools. All material is to be
furnished by contractor and building to
be finished ready for the fixtures. Each
bids must be accompanied by a certified
check for ten per cent of the amount bid
and must be sealed and delivered to the
district clerk on or before two o'clock
P. M. of Saturday, Sept. 11th, 191S.
ises In said mortgage and hereinafter
described, at the front door of the Court
House In the City of Minot, Couaty of
Ward, State of North Dakotic at the
hour of twp P. M. on the 26t® «(ay of
September, 1915, to satisfy the ataount
due upon such mortgage o» the toy of
sale. Default has occurred in the terms
and conditions of said mortgage, the
mortgagors having failed and refused to
pav the third Installment due on said
mortgage and the Interest on a eertaln
prior mortgage and notes, and the Mort
gagee declares the remaining indebted
ness secured by said mortgage iM and
payable. The premises which are de
scribed in said mortgage and whleh will
he sold to satisfy the amouat daa oa
such mortgage are described as foltowa,
to-wit: The Southeast quarter ef the
Southwest quarter of Sec. 12 and the
Northeast quarter of the Nerthweet
quarter and the Northwest quarter of
the Northwest quarter and the South
east quarter of the Northwest quarter
of Sec. 13, in Township IB# N„ flange
88, West of the 5th Principal Meridian.
There will be due on sueh mortgage
on the date of sale the sum of Oae •na
il red Fifty-five and no-100 Dollars.
WATERLOO LOAN AND TRUST •«.,
Present Owner of said Mertgage.
George A. McGee,
Attorney for Owner,
Minot, N. D. l-l#-t«
Iver Heggins, a Bertholi farmer,
nearly lost his life when ha big taw
ing car went over a twenty foot em
bankment north of Berthold. hrtr
hired a driver who claimed to b* an
expert, but the fellow lost control ef
the car. When Iver came to hie sen
|ses, the driver had disappeared.
Has been run 5400 miles—and good as new.
Original sost $2100
Will sell for
Brand new tires on rear wheels. Front wheels have the
original tires and are still in good condition. Everything
in perfect condition.
L. A. EMERSON, Arcade Theatre
Snyder Sporting Goods
Phone 214 White
Part Cash and part
146 Main St. S.
The only Sporting Goods Store in
Western North Dakota. A glance
will show you that we carry the best
lines manufactured. Our prices
are right. We invite you to call.
for Stall & Dean, A. G. Spaulding, Reach
Athletic Goods, Columbia and Excelsior Bicycles
FREDERICK H. SNYDER, Mgr.
MINOT, NORTH DAK.
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R. E. Barron, President F. W. Roach, Vice President
H. E. Byorum, Cashier W. E. Tooley, Ass't Cashier
Board of Directors
James Johnson, Chairman R. E. Barron, Julius Fauchauld,
A. A. Robinson, F. W. Roach, H. E. Byorum,
Archie D. McCannell
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