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j»\5 North Dakota. SSxsitdiMd and Fitted. will /be pleasedtoeatamliM and adviseas to need of Glasses or treat ihent without H.. Bi SPILLER js&ji£$ lr- Attortiey at Law. |f ^-Cavalier,'. .1 North Dakota. Office in Merchants and .Farmers fc«f. i-n State Bank Building. C. B. HARRIS' i3., I^ysician an Surgeon Pembina, VaHiIi naVAfa North Dakota* Office over Merchants Bank. Night calls at the residence. phone, office 33, residence 68. H. M. WALDREN, M. D. C. M. Physician and Surgeon. Drayton, North Dakota. Thoroughly equipped' for the care of medical and surgical cases. GEO. PETERSON Attorney at Law Pembina, North Dakota. Loans, Collections and Insurance. DR. P. P. STORMS Dentist Office hours from 9 to 12 and 1 to 6 o'clock. Phones, Office 81, Residence 122. Office in Budde building. St. Vincent, Minn. SUMMONS. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina.. IN DISTRICT COURT, Second Judicial District. George Einarson, Plaintiff. vs. Elizabeth Bechtel, John Bechtel, Catherine Johnson, Levi Be chtel, Cyrus Bechtel, John W. Bechtel, Absalom Bechtel, El izabeth French, Mary Ana Myers, Mrs. William Maurer, Mrs. William Davey, John Me» Donald, Cyrus Rickbfeil, Will iam Rickbeil, Levi Rickbeil, David S. Myers, Bervilla Bur ton, Cevira Wylie, Etta Mc Donald Mayfield, Raymond McDonald, Etta McDonald, and all other persons un known claiming an estate or interest in or lien or encum branoe upon the property described in the complaint,... Defendants. The State of North Dakota to the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby summoned to an swer the complaint in this action which is filed with the Clerk of said District Court at his office in the Court House in the City of Cavalier, in said County and State, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the com plaint. Dated April 20th, 1921. HAROLD P. THOMSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office address: Cavalier, North Dakota. To The Above Named Defendants, And Each Of Them, Take Notice: That this action relates to and is brought for the purpose of deter mining adverse claims and quieting title in the plaintiff to the following described real estate situate in the County of Pembina and State of North Dakota, to-wit: Lots Five (5), Six (6) and Seven (7), in Block Fourteen (14), of John Bechtel's Ad dition to Original Townsite of Cava lier. HAROLD P. THOMSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. (April 22-29, May 6-13-20-27.) Notice of Mortgage Sale. Default having been made in the terms of the mortgage described. be low, by reason of the failure of the mortgagors to pay certain sums se cured thereby when due or at all, and the mortgagee having been com pelled to pay overdue interest on a prior mortgage on said premises, such sums are included in this notice, and all sums secured by said mort gage are hereby declared due and payable. Now therefore notice is hereby given that that certain mortgage, made, executed and delivered by Charles H. Lindner and Florence Terry Lindner, his wife, as mort gagors, to Geo. B. Clifford & Co., a Corporation, as mortgagees, dated December 3rd, 1915, and filed for re cord in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Pembina County, North Dakota, on the 4th day of March, 1916, and there recorded in Book 125 of Mortgages, at Page 74, and thereafter assigned to Geo. B. Clifford & Company by an instru ment in writing, duly acknowledged, so as to entitle it to record, dated May 26, "20, duly recorded in office of the Register of Deeds on June 17, 1920, and there recorded in Book 124 vu.xTge ui«, by asaleof the premise# to such mortgage fend hereinafter described at the' front door of the Court House"'in, the City of Cavalier, County of Pembina and State of North Dakota, on the 8rd day of' June, 1921, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of that day to satis fy the amount due on said mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described. In said mortgage, and which will be sold tb satisfy the same are located in the County of Pembina, State of North Dakota and described as follows, tb-wit: All of Section 14, Township 160, North of Ranee 53, West of the 5th principal meridian. •There will be due on such mort gage on the day of sale, including the interest paid on a prior mort gage as aforesaid, the sum of $4,598.16, besides the costs and dis bursements of this foreclosure. Dated this 1.2th day of Anril. 1921 GEO. B. CLIFFORD & COMPANY, Assignee of Mortgagee. Murphy & Toner, Attorneys for Assignee of Mortgagee, Grand Forks, N. D. (April 15-22-29, May 6-13-20-27) NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR CLOSURE SALE. WHEREAS default has been made in the terms and conditions of the mortgage hereinafter described, in that the mortgagors have failed and refused to pay the interest and prin cipal due on the indebtedness secur ed by said mortgage and the inter est on a prior mortgage on the here inafter described premises and the mortgagee has been compelled to pay such indebtedness and upon such defaults the mortgagee has de clared and does hereby declare the entire mortgage indebtedness due and payable as authorized by this mortgage, now therefore, NOTICE is'" hereby given that the certain mortgage executed and de livered by Rupert Napper and Tina Napper, his wife, mortgagors to the Scandinavian-American Bank of Grafton, (a corporation under the laws of the State of North Dakota), mortgagee, dated the 22nd day of November, 1919, and filed for re cord in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Pembina and State of North Dakota, on the 24th day of January, 1920, and recorded in Book 135, of Mortgages, at Page 305, win be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Cavalier, in the County of Pem bina and State of North Dakota, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock P. M. on the 11th day of June, A. D. 1921, to sat isfy the amount due upon such mort gage on the day of sale. The pre mises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are those certain premises situated in t^e County of Pembina and Stnte of North Dakota and des cribed as follows: Northeast ouarter (NE%) of sec tion twenty-six (26), in Township On« hundred fi^tv-nine (159) north of Ranw fiftv-two fK%), wpst of the 5th nrincioal meridian, containing 160 pores, more or less, according to the TTnited States Government surT vev thereof There will he due on puch mort pape the date of sale the sum of One thousand eifht hundred fiftv spven dollars and eierht cents ($1.857.08^, besides the *osts and dis^ursprn^ts of this foreclosure. nated 1921. this 3rd day. of May. A. D. Scandinavian-American Bank of Grafton. "N". D. Mortgagee. Be" ^rwnberff. Atf/»r®v •fo,»* Mnrf.n'no'ee. Ci.o-ftr.Ti. MA-rfV) 'OaVot.a (Mav 6-13-20-27, June 3-10.) COMMISSIONERS'" PROCEEDINGS Special Session Saturday, May 21, 1921. Pursuant to the call of the County Auditor, the following members of the Board of County Commissioners melt at (the Court House at 1:30 o'clock p. m. J. Fred Radke, chairman. W. J. Watts, A. B. Purdy, John Holler, Sr., J. S. Staples. WHEREAiS, a special meeting of the Board was called for the purpose of considering the petitions permit ting a vote to be taken in school dis tricts No. 75 and 86 relative to the consolidation thereof, and WHEREAS this board is satisfied that petitions filed are in form and have sufficient signers thereto. NOW THEREFORE, be it resolved that the question be submitted to the electors in school district No. 75 and 86 to determine the question of changing the boundaries of school districts 86 and 75, so that sections nineteen (19), twenty (20) and twenty-one (21), the northwest quar ter (NW%) of section twenty-nine (29) and north half (N%) of section thirty (30) all in township one hun dred sixty (160) range fifty-four (54) and all of the territory now within school district No. 75 be here after constituted as one school dis trict to be known as school district No. 75. Upon adoption of the foregoing -resolution all Commissioners voted "Aye," no Commissioners voting "Nay." Deputy Superintendent of Schools Lena Sutterlin also present and voting ''aye." Board adjourned subject to their meeting scheduled for June 7th, at 1:30 o'clock p. J. FRED RADKE, Chairman. Attest: WM. W. FELSON, County Auditor. Pioneer Express $?. USE ODE VAST ADS am Weeds are the robbers farm. Good cultivation uproots and kills the weeds, without injur ing the corn. Good cultivation warms the soil early in the sea son and saves the moisture. Careless cultivation cuts the corn roots, injures the stalks and leases, makes it easier for moisture to evaporate and gives the weeds a fine chance to grow fast. Cultivating is difficult work. The skill of the operator is was ted unless the tool itself will do accurate work in the ground. A good rifle shot cannot hit the bull's eye with a rifle on which the Sights are out of line. Cultivating takes more time in the field than any other opera Giie Your Motor a Square Deal Don't start the motoring season on a bat tery that is worn out. Get the most out ofyouicar. If your car has been stored all winter and the battery has not been touched, it's in mighty bad condition right now, and you will need a new one. Let us install a DETROIT STOKAUE BATTERY and take care of it for you. The Detroit Battery will stand up an unusually long time under sev ere conditions. We guarantee them 24 months. Come in and let us look your Battery over. Christopher Brothers' Garage Automobiles, Automobile Supplies, Battery and Machine Works, Repairing of all kinds, Livery. Pembina Dray and Transfer Line Oscar Sonderman, Prop. All kinds of draying, light and heavy, either in car load lots or small quantities. Transfer hauling to Noyes and St.Vincent especially solicited. Charges Reasonable. Phone No. 41 There Are Robbers on Your Farm But it is Possible to Lock Up the Farm so That Their Thefts Can be Stopped on your Weeds steal a lot of money every year from farmers in the United States by robbing the corn field of the moisture and plant food that is needed for the growing corn. Such sys tematic robbery gives you a lean purse at harvest time. E. R. LANGTON & CO. PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA Have Summer Comfort with Kids The cool easy shoe for men and boys. For Saturday, 17 lbs Rice for $1. tion. Your time is too valuable to put up with poor equipment in doing this important job. You need cultivators that pull light, that can be handled easily that have the correct balance and that will not fail when you need them the most. The Moline Plow Company ha-g always been a leader in intro ducing labor-saving features and better methods of cultiva tion. We have the type of Cultivator that is especially ad apted to do a good job of culti vating for you in less time and with the least exertion to your self and your team. A patched up automobile tire may get you to town. But if you are catching a train you will make sure all four tires are good. Look into the condi tion of your present cultivators now. A new one is an invest ment that will pay. Cultivating the Moline Wa/ will reduce the, cost of your next year's crop. Let us tell you why. Come in and see us. J. T. Cockburn & Co KOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLO SURE SALE Notice Is Hereby Given* That that certain mortgage, executed and deliv ered by Charles F. Phelps and Dolly Phelps, his wife, as ^mortgagors, to A. McConville, of Grafton, North Da kota, as mortgagee, dated the 1st day of March, 1919, filed for record in the office of the. Register of Deeds of Pembina County, North Dakota, on the 17th day of March, *A. D. 1919. at 2:60 o'clock P. M., and recorded in Book "127" of Mortgages, on page "214", will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises In such mortgage and hereinafter des cribed, at the front door of the Court House* in the City of Cavalier, County of Pembina, State of North Dakota, at the hour of two o'clock P. Mi, on the 8th day of June, A. D. 1921, to satisfy the amount due on such mortgage on the day of sale The premises described in suchl mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are situate in the County of Pembina, State of North Da kota, and are described as follows: The Northeast Quarter (NE%) of Section twenty-nine (29), in Township one hundred sixty-one (161) North, of Range fifty-one (51), weBt There will be due on such mort gage at the date of sale (the mortgagee having elected to declare the entire sum secured thereby now due for de fault in the payment of the install ment due November 1st, 1919, as in said mortgage provided), the sum of two Hundred Twenty-five and 95-100 ($225.95) Dollars, together with the statutory attorney's fee and costs and disbursements allowed^by law. Dated April 26th, 1921. A. McCONVILLE, Mortgagee. Gray & Myers, Attorneys for Mortgagee. Grafton, N. Dak. (Apr. 29-May 6-13-20-27-June 3) SUMMONS STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT, Second Judicial District. Brainard A. Wilcox Plaintiff, vs. Mary Ann Rooney, James Sweeney, John J. Sween ey, Margaret Hanley, William Sweeney, Mrs J. P. Harley and Marga ret Hauley, and all other persons unknown, claiming any estate ©r interest in or lien or encumbrance upon the property described in the complaint, Defendants. THTS STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE FENDANTS: You are hereby summoned to an swer the complaint in this action, which complaint will be filed in thfe office of the Clerk of the District Court, within and for the County of Pembina and State of North Dakota in the City of Cavalier, in said County and State, and to serve a copy/ of your answer upon the sub scriber, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the re lief demanded in the complaint. Dated at Cavalier, North Dakota, May 16th, A. D. 1921. H. B. SPILLER. Att^rnev for Plaintiff. Office fnd P. O. Address: Cavalier, Noi+h Dakota. Notice of No Personal Claim. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE FENDANTS: You will take notice that the relief sought in this action is to quiet the title of the plaintiff in and to the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section Twenty, Township One Hundred Sixty, North of Ranee Fifty-one, West of the 5th P. M., Pembina County, North Dakof*. and that no personal claim is made against eith er or any of said defendants. Dated May 16th, A. D. 1921. H. B. SPILLER. Attorney for Plaintiff. Cavalier. N. D. (May 20-27, June 3-10-17-24) xt Demand Name of Corporation Deposit Pembina County $ 281.11 Cities 451.14 Townships 15,845.90 Schools 18,457.42 COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT of Public Depositories, in Pembina County, N. D. John R. Gibson, Treasurer for Pembina County, State of North Da kota, do hereby certify that the following is a true and full report or deposits of public funds as appears from the statements of the various depositaries on file in this office giving the amounts on demand and time deposit, and rate of interest thereon as of date the 1st of May, 1921, to-wit: BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA Rate of Interest 3% 3% 3% Ffcat State Bank of Backoo Pembina County 5,342.48 3% none Advance Township 649.62 none none Schools 1,336.27 none none First National Bank, Cavalier Pembina County 3,952.82 3% none Merchants & Farmer* Bank, Cavalier Pemlbina County 3,824.66 3% none ,, Bank of Hamilton Pembina County ..... 5,128.70 3% none First State Bank of Bowesmont Pembina County 5,180.70 3% none Citizens Bank, Walhalla Pembina County 3,015.41 3% none Farmers State Bank, St. Thomas Pembina County 6,389.92 3% none Citizens Bank, Drayton Pembina County 5,013.25 3% none First National Bank, Walhalla Pembina County 4,062.08 3% none Bathgate National Bank Pembina County 4,934.97 3% none Merchants Bank of Pembina Pembina County 5,049.09 3% 5,000.00 First National Bank, Drayton Pembina County 5,401.39 3% none First National Bank, Neche Pembina County 5,087.48 3% none First State Bank, Concrete Pembina County 4,524.31 3% none Gardar State Bank Pembina County 4,845.85 3% none Crystal State Bank Pembma County 5,137.49 3% none Mountain State Bank Pembina County 5,092.37 3% none Dated at Cavalier this 23rd day of May, 1921 Why not rent when month ly rent money will buy the property For example, suppose the house is purchasable for fir 000, which you are renting it $12 per month. You buy the house putting in $300 an borrowing $700 from the Pembina Savings and Loan Association. Your monthly pawments to the lat ter would then be $10.50 in stead of $12 with the differ ence that every payment to Saving and Loan Association is a payment on the house, while the payments made for rent are lost to you. Call in and let us show you the experience of others. We can also show you that it is just as good for the in vestor as for the borrower. We have twenty-five years of business to prove it. G. G. THOMPSON, President. JOHN D. BOOKER, Secretary. NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE Notice is hereby given that default has been made in the conditions of that certain mortgage made by Sam uel Maxwell and Clarence Maxwell of Humboldt, County of Kittson and State 6f Minnesota, mortgagors, to Lee Wendt, of Walhalla, North Da kota, mortgagee, datdd the 30th day of September, 1919, to secure the following indebtedness to wit: The sum of $1700 according to the con ditions of two promissory notes, pay able to said Lee Wendt, viz: One note for $600 due on demand and one note for $1100 due October 1, 1920, with interest as stipulated in said notes, and which mortgage was duly filed in the office of the Register of Deeds of Pembina County, State of North Dakota, on the 29th day of November, A. D. 1919, and which de fault is of the following nature, to wit: The non-payment of a balance due on said note of $1100 and there is claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date of this notice the sum of ten hundred seven and 50-100 dol lars for principal and interest. And that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the personal property in such mortgage and here inafter .described, at public auction, aggreably to the statutes in such case made and provided (which by reason of its bulk cannot be conveniently moved to one of the market places designated by the County Commis sioners of said Pembina County for the sale of chattel property) at the residence of James A. Smillie, on the south half of section 28, township 162, range 52, township of Carlisle County of Pembina and State of North Dakota at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. on the 4th day of June, 1921. That personal property which will be sold to satisfy said mortgage is des cribed as follows, to-wit: One 30-60 Rumley "Oil Pull" Gas Tractor, com plete with extension rims and all ac cessories one 10 bottom John Deere engine gang plow complete one steering device for engine. LEE WENDT, Mortgagee. T. D. STACK, Attorney for Mortgagee, Walhalla, North Dakota. Time Deposit none $6,153.21 none 8,968.16 1 JfjfVs* Pembina Saving' and Loan Association istti' Rate none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none -v 5% none none none none none none J. R. GIBSON, County Treasurer.