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gagors, to Welle and Dickey Company,
a corporation, mortgagee, dated the
28th day of October, A. D., 1908, and
Died for record in the office of the re
gister of deeds in Barnes County, State
of North Dakota, on the 6th day of
-December, A. D., 1908, at 3:25 o'clock
p. in., and duly recorded in book 39 of
mortgages, page 493, will be foreclos
ed by a sale of the premises In such
mortage and hereinafter described at
the front door of the Court House In
the City of VaUey City, In the county
of Barnes and State of North Dakota,
At the hour of two o'clock In the after-
noon on Monday, the J8ta day of Sep-.
tember, A. D., 1914, to satisfy th«|anjp
amount due on such mortgage on the(to
day of sale.
No action or proceedings has been
instituted at law, or otherwise, to re
cover the debt secured by such mort*
Sage, or any part thereof, except that
a notice of foreclosure by advertise
ment was heretofore published, but no
sale was consummated thereunder,'and
the amount of the mortgage as herein
claimed is wholly unsatisfied.
The premise* described in such mort
igage and which will be sold to* satisfy
the same are as follows)
The Northeast Quarter (N.
34) of Section Bleven (11), la
Township One Hundred Forty
three (143), North of Range Fifty
nine (59), West of the Fifth Prin
clpal Meridian, In Barnes County,
Mortgagors having failed to pay an
Installment of Nineteen and 50-190
(19.50) Dollars due on December' 1,
1913, on the mortgage being foreclo
ed, mortgagee hereby declares de
fault and the mortgagors having also
failed to pay taxes for the year 1913,
the mortgagee herein has paid the
«ame on May 19, 1914, in amount
"Eleven and 48-100 (11.48) Dollars, and
the mortgagee having failed to pay the
principal sum of Thirteen Hundred and
no-100 (1300.00) Dollars and an Inter
est coupon of Seventy-one and 60-100
(71.50) Dollars due on a prior mort
gage on December 1, 1913, the mort
-gagee has paid the same nnder the
terms of the mortgage and the statute
In such case made and provided and
the amounts of said payments of taxes
and prior mortgage hare been Included
In the amount declared to be due ob
Che day of sale.
Hiere will be due on the mortgage
teing foreclosed on the day of sale
(Including amounts paid on prior en
cumbrance and taxes) the sum of
Fifteen Hundred Thtrty-four and 13-100
1534.13) Dollars together with statu
tory attorneys' fees and the costs and
disbursements of this foreclosure.
Dated this 10th day of August, 1914.
WELLS AND DICKEY COMPANY,
HAGER AND CORWIN,
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Grafton, North Dakota. CMt-Ttw)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of James
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Walter H. Coop, exeputor of
the Last Will of James Coop, late of
the city of Valley City, in the County
of Barnes and State of North Dakota,
deceased, to the creditors of, and all
persons having claims against, said de
ceased, to exhibit them with the nec
essary vouchers, within six months
after the first publication of this no
tice, to said Executor at the Bank of
NOTICE OF MORTQAQE FORECLOS
NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN, That
'that certain mortgage, executed and
delivered by Oscor Mosher and Sophia 1 Valley City, in the City of Valley City,
Kay Mosher, husband and wife, mort- in said Barnes County,
Dated August 26th, A. D. 1914.
WALTER H. COOP,
First publication of the 27th day of
August A ,D., 1914.
THEODORE S. LINDLAND,
Atty for Executor
8-27-4tw. Valley City, N. D.
Sealed bids will be received up to,
and opened at two o'clock p. m., Tue»
day, September 8th, 1914, for building
one 70 foot steel bridge across the
Sheyenne River on Section lines be
tween Sections 26 and 35-143-58, A
certllled check of
$100.00 must accomp
furnl8h a suretly of |10M00
Plans and specifications on file at
the County Auditor's office after Aug.
Board reserves a right to reject any
or all bids.
Attest C. W. NBLSON,
Auditor Barnes County, N. D.
By order of County Commissioners.
NOTICE TO BIDDER*
Sealed bids will be received by the
township board of Noltlmler township
until 8 p. m., Sept. 21st, 1914, to build
a town hall, according to plans and
specifications as may be had by writ
ing to the township clerk.
The successful bidder must give a
bond double the amount of cost of
The township board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
8-20-5tw Valley City.
HUNTER* TAKE NOTICE.
At a regular election held in Heman
township, Barnes county, it was unan
imously voted to post the entire town
ship against hunters.
Now, Therefore, Notice is hereby
given that hunting within the boun
adries of Heman township is strictly
forbidden under penalty of the law.
By Order of Township Board,
FRED BIGNALL, Clerk.
Sanborn, N. D., Aug. 18, 1914.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Clerk of School District No. 81
Barnes Count, at School No. 3 of said
District, Route 1, Luverne, North Da
kota up to noon of the 12th day of Sep
tember, 1914, for the erection and com
pletion of a 4 room frame school
house with concrete basement.
Plans and specifications may bet
seen after August 21st at the Plllsbury
State Bank, at the County Superin
tendent's office, Valley City and at the
office of Hancock Brothers, Fargo, N.
certified check for 6 per cent of
proposal must accompany each bid as
a guarantee of good faith to enter into
contract should bid be accepted.
Bids for steam heating and ventilyat
ing will be received at same time, each
of which must be accompanied by a
certified check for 5 per cent under
same conditions as for the building-
Mutual insurance Co
01 Valley Gltu. North Dakota
INSURES CHURCHES. SCHOOL HOUSES. FARM
BUILDINGS. GRAIN. AND ALL KINDS OF
FARM PROPERTY AGAINST
JAT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES
W. W. Snjitlj
For Information As to Terms and Rates, Apply to
SCCRCTARY NORTH DAKOTA
THE WiftKLY TIMES-ftKCORD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1914.
The right to reject any or all bids
By Order of the Board.
Nell McKay, President,
J. J. Scoular, Clerk./
Hancock Brothers, Architects.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUN
ty of Barnes—ss. In District
Court. Fifth Judicial District.
Martha Percival, Plaintiff
William H. Percival, Defendant.
The State of North Dakota to the
above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned to answer
the Complaint in the above entitled ac
tion, of which a copy is hereunto an
nexed and herewith served upon you,
and to serve a copy of your answer to
the said complaint on the subscriber at
hia office in the city of Fargo said
state, within thirty days after the ser
vice of this Summons upon you, ex
clusive of the day of such 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 Complaint
Dated this 1st day of August A. D.
J. E. HENDRICKSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Residence and Office, Ad
dress Fargo, N. D.
TAX ON RAILROAD
AND OTHER TICKETS
PLANNED FOR 0. S.
Washington, Sept. 1.—Plans for a 5
or 10 per cent war stamp tax on all
railroad passengers tickets, theatre
tickets, baseball tickets and the like
are under consideration by members
of the ways and means committee. The
plan circulated to raise annually from
$50,000,000 to $80,000,000, originated
in administration circles.
CALLED TO FRONT
Carrington, N. D., Aug. 27.—Bern
hard Kesselheim, employed by the
Farm Mortgage, Loan and Trust Co.,
has received notice from the German
consul at St. Paul to report^ to him
there within ten days, with the view
to being drafted into the German
army for service in the present war.
Mr. Kesselheim will go to St. Paul
to interview the consul and has hopes
that his services can be dispensed
with by the army for the present, at
In case he fails to report, the Ger
man government will not permit him
to share in his parents' estate when it
is distributed, also he will be sub
jected to army duty should he ever
in the future return to Germany for
ARTIFICIAL ICE PLANT
REPRESENTATIVES OF CONTRACT
ING FIRMS IN CONSULTATION
WITH BU8INESS MEN.
Fargo, N. D., Aug. 31.—Since artifi
cial Ice plants are becoming more pre
valent throughout the country even
in the northernmost climes, there is
a possibility that Fargo may have one
At least such a thing has been in
contemplation and Alexander Harri
son of Minenapolis, contractor and
builder of artificial ice factories and
cold storage plants, is in the city to
day in consultation with leading bus
iness men, commercial club official
and the owners of the Fargo-Detroit
Nearly every city Of any conse
quence in the United States has done
away with natural ice and supporas
an artificial ice plant of some descrip
tion. Even the growing cities of
Alaska, where natural ice is plentiful
almost the entire year round, now
have artificial ice plants.
New York, Sept. 1.—Commenting on
dispatches which said that bombs had
been dropped in Paris from a German
aeroplane, Count von Vernetorff, Ger
man ambassador to the U'nited States,
said today that the people of Paris
should not expect anything else, as
Paris is a fortified city.
Valley City CitlienS Testify for the
A truthful statement of a eWet Val
ley City citizen, given in his own
words, should convince the most skep
tical about the merits of Doan's Kid
ney Pills. If you suffer from back
ache, nervousness, sleeplessness, uri
nary disorders or any form of kidney
ills, use a tested kidney medicine.
A West Valley City citizen tells of
Doan's Kidney Pills.
Could you demand more convinc
ing proof of merit?
Mrs. S. Rise, First St., West Valley
City, N. D., says: "I was troubled by
severe pains through my kidneys and
my housework was very tedious.
Hearing of Doan's Kidney Pills being
a good remedy for kidney trouble, I
decided to use them. I took
boxes and the ailment* left me.
haven't had any kidney trouble since.
Doan's Kidney PUls have made a per
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same
Mrs. Rise had. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. D.
Remember tbe name—Doan's sad
take no other.
ATTEMPT MADE TO
WRECK TROOP TRAIN
RAIL PLACED ACROSS TRAMS
MENACES LIVES OF CANADIAN
Val Cartier, Que., Sept. 1.—An un
successful attempt to wreck a troop
train on the Canadian Northern rail
way, about ninety miles east of Mon
teral, by placing an iron rail across
the tracks, was made early yesterday
according to an announcement made
here late today by Lieutenant Colonel
Creelman, commander of the Twenty
first battery of Montreal.
Running more than forty miles an
hour, the train brushed the obstruction
into the ditch and slowed down to a
standstill a little further on.
Ottawa, Canada, Sept. 1—The mil
itia department announced today that
it was without official advice concern
ing the reports from Vancouver that
the German cruiser Leipzig nad been
sunk or captured.
LET'S GO to the
State Fair and
may yield by attending.
Butte, Mont., Sept. 1.—The miners
openly threatened last night to lay the
town in ashes if either state or federal
troops attempted to enter Butte. One
that of the leaders of the miners declared
Damon and Pythias, In "The Other She Dog" By Gross
MINERS THREATEN TO
LAY BUTTE IN ASHES
IF TROOPSARE CALLED
Labor Leaders Declare Business Men Who
Ordered Soldiers Shall Suffer—Plenty
of Dynamite and Oil.
'STATE MILITIA IS MOBILIZING AND U. S. AID ASKED
they had not proposed to fight the sol
diers but would wreak vengeance on
the business men Instrumental in
bringing the soldiers to Butte.
"We have quantities of dynamite
and oil," said one leader, "and the
troops will find the ashes."
Before today, a majority of the min
ers did not credit the report that the
militia was being mobilized, as local
newspapers withheld the news on re
quest of business men, who feared the
information would excite* the miners.
Newspapers from Helena gave the in
formation to the miners that tlie gov
ernor order the mobilization of the en
tire state militia. Guards have been
Midway between Minneapolis-St. Paul
September 7-12, 1914
We will not attempt here to list or describe the attractions that will be shown
to do so would require a large volume. A good fair stimulates all arteries of
agriculture, commerce and education, encourages further develoyment of
natural resources and reflects the prosperity and growth of your state. Every
good citizen should if
Educational, Entertaining, Inspiring, Beneficial
Northern Pacific standard of service to St. Paul-Minneapolis—Parlor Cars,
Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars. Call on local agent for full particulars.
J. J* Chamberlain, Agent
Northern Pacific Railway
A. M. CLELAND, Gen. Pass. Agent, St. Paul, Minn.
placed about many business institu
tions. On the attic floor of the court
house there are 50 guards, armed with
rifles. All ammunition in the hard
ware stores has been removed, and fir
ing pins taken from the rifles.
The time when the militia will ar
rive is unknown. The request by the
governor for federal troops has not
been acted upon, according to a Wash
ington dispatch, and the question prob
ably will not be settled until the presi
dent and Secretary Garrison retturn to
New York, Sept. 1.—The Russian
consul general here late today gave
out a lengthy statement dealing with
the conditions in east Prussia and In
Austria, denying that the Germans
and Austrians have defeated the Rus
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