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THE W. C. T. U. meet at the residence
ot Mrs. Kneeshaw, Saturday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, instead of this afternoon, as
first announced. All members are re
quested to be present.
IN another column appears an ad from
Orhn Post, of Dominion City, who offers
a half section of land at per acre. Mr.
Post says he has too much land and is
•determined to dispose of part of it.
D. W. HINES advertised to lecture on
the "Dark and Bright sides of an Insane
Asylum," at Langdon, but the James
town authorities got him before the date,
and now he is on the inside. Too bad
that it was necessary tor him to return.'
Louis BOUVETTE came in yesterday
'evening from a hunt with a big gray wolf
as part of his trophy. He says the wolf
was lying on ploughed ground watching
some calves close by, and he drove
within range and shot nim with ordinary
bird shot. He killed him near Geroux
bridge.
THERE were, two distinct parties leav
ing for the Klondyke on Tuesday eve
ning. M. J. Fraser Hale was the organ
«izer of one expedition, and will seek the
interior via the route up the Stikine river,
across the 185 mile portage to Lake Tes
and then following tne watercourses
of the Hotalinqua ana Lewis rivers to
Fort Selkirk, where the waters of the
Yukon river are reached. Mr.). Noble
was at the head of the second party, who
will, it is said, travel over the trail via
Edmonton.—Winnipeg Free Press.
MR. W. A. ADAMS of St Vincent was
a pleasant caller at this office yesterday.
$• Mr. Adams informs us that he expects
to leave for Georgia next week for the
winter and probably to remain always
if he likes it there. Mr. Adams has been
for many years a leading citizen, if not
the leading citizen, of St Vincent He
is genial, generous, energetic, and is well
liked on wis side of the Red as he is on
the other side. Mr. Adams removal will
be a great loss to St Vincent and he wiil
be missed on this side as well.
THRSTEIN GO idnunson, or Stein as
commonly caiuv., a brother of Minta
Goodmanson withT. L. Price, startec
day before yesterday with a load of furni
ture for J. J. Dormer to Morden, Man.
About six miles east of Gretna, he was
driving on new high grade the road was
siippery with the recent rains and the
wagon was sliding around uncomfort
ably, so he started to drive down to the
side of the grade, when the wagou upset.
The furniture was loaded on a hay-rack,
and Goodmanson was on the upper side,
and was therefore thrown clear over. In
some way, whether tailing on something,
or something falling on nim, his back
was badly injured. He attempted to
load on the furniture but found that he
was not able, so went to a farm house
near and got help. He then got on the
load and drove to Neche but suffered
great deal on the way from the jar. Ar
riving there he was put to bed and aphy
sician was called, who said he was suffer
ing from a badly lacerated kidney, with
very slim prospects of recovery, and at
the best along time in bed, and not to be
removed For several weeks. Telegrams
were sent here and Minta Goodmanson
and Geo. Proctor went over as soon as
possible. Mr. Proctor returned last
evening leaving Mr. Goodmanson at the
bedside of his brother. It is a very sad
affair and much sympathy is expressed
by fronds. pggp
"i '•'^•ack From the Yukon. "4'^
The Hallock party referred to in yes
terday's daily PIONEER EXPRESS gave us
a brief sketch of their trip, which is about
as follows: They leit Haliock on July
S8th and arrived at Seattle five days lat
er. They were successful in getting
passage on a steamer for St. Michaels,
that left two days later, for £200 from
Seattle to Dawson City. The trip from
Seattle to St. Michaels was an ordinary
seagoing voyage, nothing of im
portance happened. A short time after
they left the harbor however six of the
party got poisoned by canned fruit and
one of them died. At St. Michaels a
change was made from the ocean steam
er to river boat, about the size of an
ordinary Red Kiver steamer. TheYu
kon, at its mouth, is forty miles wide,
and widens out into swamps and low
lands.
All along up stream as far as Fort Yu
kon, twelve hnndre I miles, is the same
monotonous scenery. There is suffici
ent timber everywhere along the shores
and on the islands for wood, for the
steamer, and this is furnished by the na
tives, at a nominal price. At every land
ing the native Indians, would flock
around with wild ducks and geese for
sale.
iculty by low water. Here they
meta steamer that had been up river and
had to return, and numerous row boats
coming down with prospectors. Some
had gone up via Chiikoot Pass while oth
ers ha spent several years in the in
terior. The steambo't company that
had been paid to land the passengers at
Dawson, refused to go any further and
also to take them back, now ordered
them oflf the boat. Out of the total num
ber of prospectors in the party, 165,
nearly half of t:eni concluded to pay for
their transportation back io:v.-attle rath*
er than to attempt to go on up the river,
as already cakes of ice were floating.
The balance uf the party concluded to*
goon. s-
The returning party found ready sales
for their outfitsat four times the prices,
paid for them at Seattle. The first snow
fell on the 11th of September. The boys
are not at all satisfied with the treatment
they received at the hands of the trans
portation company. One of the party
expects to go back in die spring, the bal
ance have had enough experience in the
farnorth.
Demand for Appeal.
A demand for die states attorney to
appeal from the decision of .the county
board in the matter of designating the
PIONEER EXPRESS
as the paper in which
to publish, the tax sale, has been filed
with the state's attorney. It is taken
under section 1*87 of the Revised Code,
which allows any' seven tax payers to
make such a demand, and requires
the state's attorney to make the appeal,
"to the district court when the interests
of the county are affected, yrhich appeal
shall be taken in the name of the county
and in such case no bond shall be re
quired" 'The appeal shall be
filed on or before the1 first day of the
next term of the district sourt after such
appeal is taken, and the cause stands
fortrial at such term/" "He
district court may enttt final judgment
and cause the same to 9* escorted, or
nay send the same back to the,board
IX? YS
with ail order how to'.
quire such board to comply therewtth'by
mandamus or by attachment for. con
tempt." \. ,Y
This will be thefirst case tried tinder
this section in this county and methods
of proceedure are somewhat obscure.
The appeal by the states attorney will
not come Up until the next term of court.
There are several curious things about
this statement One is that the States at
torney appeals the case against the com
missioners, who will of coturse
have
employ counsel to defend, or else make
no defense. The county will thus be at
the expense of both attorneys. Another
thing is the extreme power given to the
district judge as it gives nim power to
make "final judgment* and compels the
county board to execute his decree. Of
course at this time the outcome Of the
proceeding is not even to be guessed at,
nor yet when the end Will be.
Tne tax sale must be published at
least nineteen days before Dec. 7th or
there can be no sale.'
We understand that the chief ground
for the demand for appeal is that, the
Pink Paper Daily will be six months old
in time to publish the advertisement, and
was therefore entitled to be designated as
the paper in which to publish the tax
advertisement.
Unclaimed1 Letters.
The.following letters remain unclaim
ed in the postoffice at Pembina, and if
not called for in thirty days willbe for
warded to the dead letter office:
J. M. Hamilton, Miss Hannan Hein
richs, Henry C. Gilbert, Henry Hanrel.
Postmasters are obliged to collect one
cent postage upon all letters advertised,
before delivered. E. K. CAVILBBR,
Oysters...
Fresh canned oysters to-day, 60 cents
per can. Extra Selects in bulk for Sat
urday, at KEMP'S.
Remember we seli head light PennsylJ
vania oil for 10c .. GREEN BROS.,
16-18 Hamilton.
'i-:
i'. Farm for Sale^--'^®^
West half of section 18-161-52, in Car
isle, three miles from Hamilton, close to
school house, 240acres under cultivation.
For sale. heap. EPH. E. EASTMAN,
For Bent.
house opposite the
My
church for five months.
15-7
JOHN JOHHSON,
2 J'.l: Chairman, Garda'r, N
j. rm ii—i
to
Postmaster.
!local wants. 5
Great Mualo Offer. I
Send us the names, and addresses of
three or more performers on the piano
or organ, together with ten cents in sil
ver or postage, and we will mail you ten
pieces, full sheet musicf consisting of
popular songs, waltzes, ^marches, etc.,
arranged for the piano ana organ.
Address,, Z)\
». POPULAR Music PUR Co.
Indianapolis, Ind.
For Sale or Bent.
One half section of good dry land, two
miles from McArthur, three miles from
Joliette. Over 100 acres in cultivation,
any quantity of pasturage and hay on the
farm and close by. A good man can get
a good bargain either to buy or rent
F. A. WARDWELL.
Barber's Bathroom Outfit.
I have for sale a barber's bathroom
outfit, Consisting of a 6 foot bath tub, up
right galvinized heating tank, with stove,
for wood or coal, arid all pipe connec
tions. The outfit has been used but is
in goqd condition. G. G. THOMPSON.
I Pembina, N. D.
State Telphers' Reading Oirole.
The Reading Circle will meet at the
residence of •'Mr God ward, Saturday
evening, October th, at 7:30. ..
PROGRAM.
Mrs. Baldwin—School Boards.
Duties of School Officeis.
Attendance, Books,Flags
Miss Fitzmaurice—Townships.
Mr. Douglas—Villages.
Miss Mpran—Cities.
i*.
1
All teachers from surrounding schools
are invited to be present.
For Sale OUeap.
One Singer sewing .machine almost
new. Apply at fanh one mile from Pem
bina 26-28 Louis D. ROLETTE
Organ.
Cheap, a second hand Estey organ.
Best makers in the United States.
F. A. WARWISLL.
At
Carlisle, N. D.
For Sale..:
One half section of land, 120 acres un
der cultivation, twelve milefc southeast Of
Dominion City,. Masu,. $5. per acre,
cash, if taken inthirty days.
-15-17 •',!- OabiN POST,
"-'Green'RidgeMan.
r—
The PIONEER EXPRESS has an old
fashioned key safe 'for 'sale cheap—so
cheap it will be a good investment for a
farmer, or any orie.else to buy it to pre
serve their valuable papers in, if they
have no other use for it It is large and
roomy. •-'z'&t&s-:
Methodist
)£•. rwalffMUi
twe.
•vyr
1^"
f'
i,
4
"'ri
y*
+1* S
Fine plaoe for a at cor
ner of form. Good
timber and water, all fht6ip^ Close to
Carlisle post office.: fltfw cash, bal
ance to suit purchaser, .*(
18ft ^W|l«sle, N. D.
Girl Wanted.
To do general house WOik for a small
good wages. T. R. SHAW.
F. 8. Oheney
Will pay cash, or exdiinge goods for
township, city or school orders. tf
A. H. Anderson, the photographer,
will be at his studio above the drug
store Pembina, on the 1st and 3rd Mon
days ot each month.
Teaohers Bzamlnatlon^
The -October examination of candi
dates for teachers, certificates will be
held at Pembina on Friday, Oct. 29th,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m.
I C. E. JACKSON,
County Superintendent.
changing your wheat fc^Warren ^'our^
at the St Anthony Elevator. 38-tf
Good Flour
tot Wheat.
Farmers you can change your wheat
for Good Flour without waiting. At the
St Anthony Elevator St Vincent 88tf
Bstray.
Dark, roan cow, white belly, no
brands, about ten years old. Came to
my pasture, about Oct 16th, Owner
call, prove. property, pay expenses and
die
take
14-16
same away.
CHAS. WOODLBY,
Pembina.
•U the New CH^rles
Of fall millinery. Hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, feathers, trimmings
shapes. A large invoice just received
ana opened. Ladies invited to call and
inspect 8tf MRS. C. O'HARA,
F. S. Oheney
Can save you money on anew book or
heating stove. Old stoves taken in ex
change tor new ones. Stove repairs fur
nished for all makes of stoves, alsc
prepared to take down and set up stoves.
Tinshop in connection. tf
It takes good flour to make good
bread. Warren flour makes good bread.
Ask your dealer for it 88-tf
A good, man's bicycle, for $12?'
G. G. THOMPSON.
FIBST NATIONAL BANK/
Petnbinft, IN
the close of
Stocks securities,etc.
Banking
hoose,
hanker*.... mn.r. ..
Dne from approved item
agents .............umi'......... 1BJM90
Cbecksand
tteet,
E. D. BOOKER,
Teaoher Wanted.
ri-'f '-tivjii',.
To teach a term of five months io
school house No. V, Gvd^r school dis
trict No, V6, PemUna county, ,N Dv
school to commence Nov. 1st, 1897.
Teacher required to hold at least seebnd
grad« certificate.
GEO. PBTBRSON,
Clerk.
Plenty of money to loan on improved
farms. Money lurnishcd -on short, oo-
tf 'Short &CO^
1
United Stetea Laai
.. QraMl Pork*, N.
D.,
Wi8:SS&2?*» tUae-MM
WaaimB DAVIS,
i, "t
f'
I
i4B'
m.
Teaoher Wanted.
Teacher wanted for Dist No. 76, Pem
bina township. School to commence
Nov. 1st Applv stating qualification
and salary wanted, to
ED. HOGAN, Clerk,
15-16 Pembina, N. D.
FERV*!-
Taken Up.
Came to my place, Sunday, Oct 17th,
one red steer, white star in forehead
lame in right hind leg. Owner come
pay charges and take same away:
tf PETER MCARTHUR."
Farm Loans.
Talk with A. Short & Co. when you
want to renew your loan. Plenty ot
money On short notice,
tf' A. SHORT &C|.
Barcrains in Bioyoles.
To clear out this year's stock, I have
cut down -prices to less than hall. Sever
al of the wheels have been used only for
renting and are practically as good as
new.
,,,
if
A.
1
the- State of North Dakota,
bneinem,
other cash Items.. 1,687 96
Note* of other National bank* 880 00
Fractional paper carrency
nickel* ana cent* 81 90"
Specie •eeeeeeeeee «M 1,781 SO
LiggaMender notea„. 6.885 00
•IP
•mptio
it
October 5th,1087.
BMO0BCM.
Loan and discounts 118,471 68
Overdrafts,secured and unsecured...... 1,497 SB
U. S. Bpnds toaecnre circnlation....^...
itfiW 00
6,887 06
fnmitnre and fixtures 15.786
Other real estate and mortgage*owned 4,188
Due lrom National banks, (not
reserTeagenU)......... .... $163 70
Doe from
aimte
banks and
»8H8 60
Redemption fond with U. 8.
treasurer, 6 per cent of cir
cnlatiou)
TOTAL
5632 50
\XT
M**» eeeeeeeoeesi
$188,217 SO
LIABIUIM.
Capital *tock paid la.
HarpinBfand^..^........
National Banknote* outstanding.
Individual deposits subject to
check.. 68,971 78
Demaadcertifleatesof deposit 8,147
Time a rtifteatatof 4«po«t... Ufie*
Cashier's checks oatstandlng. at 48
$50,000 00
7,984 77
IIM CO
$1110(248
TOTTL**E**E**J»M*ME»« *NM*« 918IJD7 SO
STATB or Noara DAXOTAI
Count* of Peaihlaa.
I, Geo. W. Ryan cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that th* above stnle
ment lstrue to the b**t of aur knowladge
Oao. W. BYAN, thshler
Subscribed and nrora to before methla llih day
ot October 1M7. P. A.WAaDwatL
Notary Public.
W.C. ttaoav. 1
C.B. HABBIS. VDlreetor*.
fr. j,
KMIBHIAW,
Seat. 30th. l887.
Mtaicel* hereby gives, jpustMtBpo laatrac
nonaaDd in accordance with the direction* of
Secntery pf the Iaterlor, aadar -tbe provl
saafflg.'iaas yasarsas:
hmatta. mbU*. outbnUdlngs. ete, wlir be off
ered at tmbllo sale
00 u*
rwrnaWeecB flwlM
JAUIST.
CaaauilK.
1
fa*
SJ*
ud for Uw County of ftteblniraadvgtate of
Nor0^akota,on thettddarof SepieabM A.
D., 18R7, at 9:10 o'clock A X., in boot 14 ofndrt-
Dated September 8th, A. D. 1897,
W.
J.
at
rods,
thenee north
rods, thence couth L'or rod*
ginning, containing
60-100
ot
Ketiee ot Chattel ^Isrtgiige !alr.
Wchattel
HEREAS,
Robert
*r:,')f.-
KMIBSHAW, LOBIMSO D. WABDWSLL,
A'toraeT.
Mortgagee.
MeUee et Msrt|*|« Bale,
OTICB is hereby glren that that certain mort
made, executed and delivered by Louts
te and Jnliaraa Rolette, his wife, mort
gagors, to Bartholomew Shea, mongame, dated
the 29th day of January A. D. 1808 ahu filed for
laier of dead* ft»r
iteof North I)a-
VfOTlCBi
tas:
record )a the oflee of the
the County of Pembina an
kota en the 29th day of January A
recorded In book 40 of
B. Proud
•eventy-llve dollars,
And whereas, default ha* been
Nrfr.w
*wared by Mtid mortgage, or aa
PLLWTO®WPFE.
.Mow therefore, nolle* t* hereby ftvcn, that by
rjrui*of power o/lale coaataMi|Isaid mort
gage endporsuent to the statRte la eeoh caw
m^de and provided, the said antflH will be
foreclosed, and the premise*dasertbed wand
"•vered by aald mortttge, jU: Lot* thirteen
l»J tonrt£a M) and «ftsen (15) In biock twM
ijy-eight 28) in the town of Hamilton. Coanty of
Pembina andT—
North
town ou
register of deed* for said oonaty, in Peutlua
County, and State of North Dakota, with the
hereditaments nod appnrtenaade* will be sold at
public auction, to the nigheat bidder tor cash, to
pay :*ald debt and Interest, and the taxes If any,
on said pnmlwe, aad flfty dollars (K0) attar
ney's fees, ss stipnlatsd in and by said moitgage
In caM of forecloaare.anu the dfiburasments ia
lowed Saw which sals will be inada by the
sheriff of said Piunblna County or by hi* deputy,
at the ftont door of the court house, in the Citf
of Pambina in said coanty and itate, on the 2Srd
day of October A. 1., iSMTiat 11 o'clock A. a. of
that day, subject to redemption at any time 1th
lu one year from the day of aala, aa provided by
T-.
ms*m
BABTHOLBXBW SHIA.
W. J. KMKSSBAW, Mortgagee.
oct87-7t Attorney for Mortgagee.
Notice of Chattel Mortgage KH1«.
WHEREAS,daymortgage,
One lottis
th
D. 1888, and
will be foreclosed by a .Mda of*£e
such mortgage, and nerelnafler desenbad, at the
front door of the coertkona*,ln the elty ctPem
bina, oonnty of Pembina, and state of North
Dakota,
the hour of o'clock p. m., on the
llthdayo Oeoember.A. D. 1897, to satisfy the
amount due upon said mortgage on the day of
sale: The premises described in aald mortgaga
which will be sold to satisfy the same, are de
scribed as follows, to-wlt: Commencing at a
point on the south line of lot No. 1, section Ave
(8), township one hundred and sixty tnree (168]
west of th* fiftl
ilna county, state of
north of range ttty-one (51)
principal mendlaa, In Pembii
North Dakota, forty-eight rod
east corner of lot one fty ram
forty rods, thence west thirty-two rods, thence
south forty rods, thence east' thirty-two rods
the place of beginning, cottaining ten (10) acre*
more or lees according to the United
State* gov
ernment enrvey
thereof,and
also fpiece
to
of
land
described en follow*, to-wit: Commencing at
the south EACT corner of lot No. two (2) section
live (B), in township one hundred and slxty
three(LB8), RAM:? fifty-one, in Pembina oonnty,
state of North
DAKOTA runninsthence west
forty
forty rode, thence
east forty
to the
place of be­
it
acres more or less, ac­
cording to the United States government survey
thereof,
There will be dne on such mortgage, on the
date
of
saletheeumot $816 80,
torney's fees and costs
and statutory.at­
ae
Dated this 2th6 day
provided BJ law..
of October,
A. D. 1897.
D. Rolette did,on
the 1st of May
bis
certain chattel
A. D. 1895, make
of
the following
described chattels, to-wi*: Ail crop* of every
name, nature and description which have Keen
or may he sowo, grown, cultivated or harvested
during the ear 1895, and until said debtiwas
fully paid,on the south
east quarter of
6, township 168, range 51, consisting of 477
els of wheat, about 140 bushels
bnshels of cats
personal
about
seotion
bush
of
barley
also the following described
property,
to-wit:
One wh te Inare
nine years old, bought from U«roux,one
roitn horse about
ten vears old,one: black
about twelve yeais old, one bay
horse
horse colt one
year old,one brown steer one year old, one blu
ish white- heifer one yeur old.one red cow six
YEARS
old, one red hornless cow three yearx old,
to the First National Bank
of
the payment
of
dollars.
is
Pembina, toseenre
the sum of three hundred and
And whereas, default has been made in the
term* or said mortgage, in this, to-wit: That
t*enote eecuredby raid mortgage is long past due
and there
now actually due on
sttld
note
and
mortgage at this date the sum of $376.94, and
statutory coats.
Now therefore, notice is hereby given, that by
by virtue of said mortgage, an I by order of said'
Flrat
RATIONAL
Bank of Pembina, the present
owners thereof,1 will
sell
the above described
chattels at the frontdoor of the postoffice,inthe
c.ty
Pembina, county of Pembina, state
North Dakota, at the hour of 2
Dated at
G. THOMPSON,
Statement Showing the Condition
OF THE
of
o'clock
p. m.of
the 6th day of November 1897.
THOMAS W. BROWN,
Agent for Mortgagee.
Pembina, North Dakota, thin 27ih
day of October, 1897.
-W. J. KNICKSUAW,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Post office address, Pembina. N. D. £s'
"4
love did, oh the
8th day of June, A. D. !8FL6. mak»- his cer
tain mortgage of THE following described
chattels, to-wit One iron gray horse,lis years
old, one- sorrel mare, eight years old, to' W.
Kneeshaw, to secure the payment
of the sum of
madelnthb
terms of said mortgage, in this, to wit: BY the
failure to pav the
s»mewhenIt
became doe,and
there Is now actually due on said note and mort
gage at this date the sum of seventy-five,dollars
and interest on same AT 12 per cent, since June
8
NOW
V*-*'
1
therefore,notice
la
hereby given, that by
virtue of said mortgage, and by order of said
W. J., Kneeshaw the present
owner
thereof, I
will sell the above described chattel* at the front
door of the postoffloe In the city of Pembina,
county of Pembina, state of North Dakota, at
the honr of 1
o'clock
p. m. of the 80th day of
October, 181*7.
Dated at Pembina, N. D., this Slat day of
Notice sf lihiitUi n*Hf*|e Sale.
HEBEAs, One
Ueoree
Now therefore, nolle* Is herebv given, that by
virtue of said mortgage. I will .Mil th* above
described chattds at the granary of John A.
Bastanh, la Carlisle. OoBBiy ef Pembina atate
of North Diik'-tfi, at the hour of 2 o'clook r. u.
of the Mth day of Oetober 1807.
Hated Carlisle. Pembina count*, state of
Noioh Dakota, this 4th dayof Octobor 1897.
_Dated at Carlisle, Pemblaa County, State of
Worth Dakota.tals th d^sf October, 1897.
K. B. BAentAM,
ReMdawN sad pott oflle* addree*,
Borth Dakota.
SS8£
Rotlee te t.'redltoMi ...
AtaaM dee*i2eil^ ertate of Oewci W.
ItablM aad%aie ofNortt
..lh Sako«a, d«eM*ed,
SeMMnreoeohM.
wlthia fouratoiiitWaftera*
jof
ablsa,
paled lipaiabsrWtit A.D.
Mr,
PlietpaMteaUeaceth* 17th dsy
&
bu
Bring: us your
Finest Trains on Earth fros
ST. PAUL
J?
Fh
J- M. KNBEsnAw.1
Agent for.
ilmtgaeee.
ban
Octo
ber, 1897.
wMldMce and ioftolBoe addre-w, Pembina,
N« D*
Ki-lly. did. on the lltli
W day of May t. D. 1897 make his certain
chattel mortgage ot 'IK- followlni d-^c lb-1
cb»t«'ls, U-..W t: Alt-Itu Mrey wwti mi th.
souUiwestqr.»rier-tse--tt htiani--r wen v
en. (87) IB township
one hundred --nd xixiv-wu
(168) ranigB flfty-twn (r.K .In Pttuiiiin c- uutv
North 1
toKr E. Envinsn, to seunre.. tlie
payment of ths snm
01
turty-eli-lit (tMt.00) d»l
Jars, and in-c-rest thereon, nrc- rdlng to th*
terms «fo|tB |ir-iai*Kor.v nne therefore.
Ana wherea-1. default linr "Iteen' ili'nS- In the'
terms of said mortgage, In this, to-wit That the
aald mortgagor ha* iettthecoantry and the said
mortgagee was compelled harveat and thresh
aad save said crop aad then Is
claimed to be due
at this date ths total amonnt of said note end In*
tenet aad the expenses for harvesting, thresh
tng and otherwise caring for ••Idbarley.
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aadthlrt
Aad wnemw, dmalt lias IMM made In the
terma nfsaM mort)|«Ke.in this to-wit: That the
said note Un|r past dne and no pnrtof the
same has besnp«ld and there 1* sow oetaalljr
dne oa said note at this date the snm of one ana*
died aad flfty-one dnllarv and tea esats (9151 JO)
aad amatory costs of forccHmre.
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Kttlw or M(rtc«K« Kate.
XlfMBRAH. fjM Peter tuKd-r and Frank
W Crowitsr, did on tbe int day of Janr A T..
ISf mnke tttelr certain chottel niortsaiei the
rollowIttR rt««*»hM chntieU. to-wlt:. Oae^fesaU:
NUT nuirt*, whiteetHpe OH Cice. ngel 7 years.
DMttdud on left hlj, t« W. J. Knoenh-iw to «e«
or the jrata of do* iiuudnxl
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