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Thursday, August 9, 1917.
sehd ONER VN4t *OT NOUROOfc UXATCO &HO S«H- OOHT K&&ET PROFESSIONAL CARDS fJEO. A. McGEE E. B. GOSf McG«e & Gom Attorneys at Law General Law Practice Minot, N. Dak. jQK. DOCHTERMAN Physician and Surgeon Office in Union Block over First Na tional Bank Phone 88-2 Willistoa, N. £)R. E. J. HAGAN Physician and Surgeon Night and day calls promptly answer ed. Glasses properly fitted. Office—87-2 Residence—87-1 If T. SKOVHOLT B. Sc. M. D. Office Union Block Phone 57 for night and day eaUs Williston, N. D. DR. MARY A. GOLDSCHLAGB Williston's Pioneer Chiropractor Saykally Building, Main Street Williston North Dakota E. TRAIN OR, M. a Practice Limited te Eye, Ear, Nose and Threat Bruegger Block, Main Street Williston, N. D. r)R. A. McNIVEN Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Hospital in Connection Phone 341 Williston. N. I £)R. P. U. LABARGE Office over Greengard's store in Heffernan block Office phone 269. Residence 364blu E. KREIGER Veterinarian Assistant State Veterinarian Phone 879 Red Williston, N. 1 A J- ARSENAULT State Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director—Funeral Suppliek Office Ellithorpe Bide., 427 N. Main & Office Phone 126 Res. Phone 416 W. DISNEY Carpenter «and Contractor Small jobs a specialty. Storm house*. Sheds, putting on storm windows- Short order work of all kinds. Phone 158 Williston, N. ^THOMAS M. COONEY Attorney At Law Williston, North Dakota Heffernan Block. Phone No. WILLIAM G. OWENS Attorney-at-Law Office in Telephone Building Williston, North Dakota TtfURPHY & METZGER Lawyers Phone 12—Old Williams County Bank Bldg., Main St. Williston, North Dakota W. A. LODGE NO. 5396 A Meet every Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock sharp, in Odd Fellov hall. Visitors always welcome. M. S. Phillips, V. C. J. J. Bailey, Cler. TOSrj.FUNKE Tinner With the John L. Hagen Hdw. Cc Main St. Guttering, Spouting and Meta: Roofing Furnace Work Promptly Attends MOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. 51. iT1 A. F. & A. M. Fred H. Smith, W. M. Richard C. Ike, S. W. Sampel S. Hydle, J. W. B. J. Schoregge, Treas. Chas. E. Newell, Seey PDWARD TEIGEN LICENSED CHIROPRACTOR Kassis Block, Broadway—Phone 14 Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. Evenings and Sundays by Appointment Williston, N. Dak WANTED 500 TONS OLD IRON Phone or Write SALSBERG BROS. & CO. Williston, N. Dak. Charley Chaplin's Comic Capers SCOUTS (Conducted by National Council of tli« Boy Scouts of America.) SCOUTS AIDING HOOVER A Scout who eats corn pone for breakfast instead of a slice of wheat bread may have no Idea of performing a patriotic duty, but upon just such small choices depends the success of the United States in the present strug gle. The president long ago recognized the necessity of producing the maxi mum of food, utilizing all of it to the best advantage and preventing waste. For this purpose he appointed Mr. Herbert Hoover as American food ad ministrator. The housewife holds the key to the situation. If each saves a pound of bread a week for each person in the family, we shall have 100,000,000 bush els more of wheat this year for our allies. A saving of two cents on each meal every day for each person will save to the nation for war purposes $2,000,000,000 a year. Every Scout will be glad to help his mother and the other women who are bearing their share of the burden of war. Even though he prefers toasted wheat bread, he will eat his corn gladly and have the wheat for the allies. Even though he likes meat, he will eat his reduced portion cheerfully, re membering that beyond the seas are Scouts who have not tasted meat for months. He will apply the butter more thin ly, and also learn to relish food which contains the minimum of shortening. He will ask for vegetables and fruits grown in the home town, for these the railroads do not have to carry. He will put on his plate only that whfch he is sure he can eat, and then clean the plate. He will help with the canning and preserving, as well as the harvesting. With his troop he will co-operate with the local women's organizations food administration. Mr. Hoover has sent this letter to Chief Scout Executive James E. West: "I particularly hope that the Boy Scouts of America will take a keen in terest in the -work of the food admin- "GOSPEL OF THE CLEAN PLATE." The Boy Scout Wastes Nothing, And If He Gets Two Helpings He Cleans That Up Too. Istration. I should like to have them get behind me in my efforts to help out in managing the food problems of the country. "I know that they have already as sisted greatly In stimulating food pro duction. "We are planning to ask all of the homes In America to rearrange their methods of living so as to handle the food supply in the most Intelligent manner. The Boy Scouts can help out In this by assisting in the enroll ment of the women of the country in the food administration. Our plan Is to ask that a pledge be signed and that a housecard, designed as a United States shield with a few heads of wheat about it, be put up In the win dow of each home. "Many homes will be difficult to reach. If, as the campaign progresses, the Boy Scouts can help us to see where it Is not being carried on suc cessfully we can arrange to have work- H^fcOUT HtS UWOtR BUJOWIN mt% XtKN vosnwit roof whieh are promoting the plans of the Gaining several gallons of water. It should hang so as to be just below the surface of the water. When the sulphate is dissolved, which requires from three to four hours, remove the sack and stir into tlie barrel enough additional water to make exactly 25 gallons of the copper solution. Pre pare the lime by slacking it slowly and thoroughly in a clean barrel, strain, and add enough additional wa ter to make exactly 25 gallons of lime milk. Stir thoroughly. It is highly important to strain both in gredients before they are combined, as otherwise clogging of the spray nozzles might result. Use copper or bronze wire strainer of 18 meshes to the inch. ere sent there, and in that way get everybody possible interested. "Where the Scouts are well organ ized we hope that they can make a check for us of the homes that are members and those that are not, to assist us in this work. "Another way in which the Boy Scouts can help Is by making a study of our plans as they appear, and In trying to see that they themselves, ds well as members of their family, live up to them. "We hope that the scouts will follow the 'gospel of the clean plate,' to see that they are helped liberally enough to meet all of their needs, but that they do not waste. "We want the Scouts to protect the wheat of the country by eating a mini mum of white bread." That last is laying It rather heavily on the scouts. Giving up wheat bread Isn't in itself such a hardship, but when one considers that the slice of bread is mainly used as a background for jam or honey, or even the humble tnolasses, then the duty becomes a sac rifice indeed. FINANCE TROOP GARDEN. A public supper netted Troop 4 of Barre, Vt., $50 to finance the troop garden in which the Scouts have plant ed potatoes, beans, and hubbard •quash. GET MORE POTATOES (Continued from page 3) the best. The spray should be a fine mist and should reach every part of the plant. How to Prepare Bordeaux Mixture Bordeaux mixture is the only fungi cide that has any practical value against potato diseases. Lime sul phur, powdered sulphur, and other new mixtures that have come into use in orchards are either injurious to the foliage, or are weaker in fungi cidal action, or both. Experiments made by the department show that, for potatoes and other truck crops, nothing has yet been found to replace the copper fungicides. Bordeaux mixture is made with copper sulphate, 4 pounds quicklime, 4 pounds and water to make 50 gal lons. Suspend the copper sulphate in a gunny sack in a clean barrel con- Pour the two ingredients together into another barrel, or better direct ly into the spray tank, if it will hold 50 gallons. After the two solutions are combined stir the mixture very thoroughly. Do not put copper sul phate or Bordeaux mixture into tin or iron vessels use wood or copper containers. Mix the Bordeaux as needed and apply at once. It is never so good after it has settled. Stock Solutions Everyone who uses Bordeaux mix ture frequently and in quantity will find it convenient to keep concen trated stock solutions on hand, as these keep indefinitely if the water which evaporates is replaced. Build an elevated platform to hold the barrels. Some time before the day you wish to commence spraying suspend 50 pounds of copper sulphate to dissolve in a 50-gallon barrel of water. Slake 50 pounds of lime in another barrel and add water to make 50 gallons of lime milk. When Bor deaux mixture is needed stir both stock barrels and take from each as many gallons as the formula calls for in pounds. Dilute the copper sul phate in one barrel and the lime milk in another, each with half the water, and let the two run together into the strainer of the spray tank. Add the arsenate of lead or other poison, and stir well because thorough agitation is most important in making a good Bordeaux mixture. WILLISTON GRAPHIC 10UR ^EWAW) COTTON SUITS FOR OUTINGS Just by way of variety, here Is an outing suit made of a heavy cotton ma terial in two plain colors. There are many others, in which gay stripes, cu rious figures and big checkerboard pat terns urc combined with a plain color or with white. But this one bespeaks good service by tuking few chances with color. Last year similar suits were called "breakfast suits," and the year before "garden suits." Having proved their worth, tlicy reappear as "outing suits." As all (heir nnnios fit them well, their story nuiy be briefly told by saying that they are ideal for morning or out ing wear. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION The next regular teachers' exam ination will be held at the Court House in Williston August 9 and 10, 1917. The program is as follows: Thursday Forenoon Reading Rules 8:30 to 8:40 Preliminary 8:40 to 9:00 Reading 9:00 to 10:00 Pedagogy 10:00 to 11:00 Physiology and Hygiene 11 to 12 Thursday Afternoon U. S. History 1:15 to 2:30 Geography 2:30 to 4:00 Grammar 4:00 to 5:15 Friday Forenoon Arithmetic 8:30 to 10:00 Civics 10:00 to 11:00 Optional subjects for Second Grade Certificates ....11:00 to 12:00 Friday Afternoon Psychology 1:00 to 2:00 Optional Subjects for First Grade Certificates ....2:00 to 6:00 Examination will begin each day promptly at 8:30 A. M. Anna M. Peterson, County Supt. of Schools. Subscribe for the Graphic. LEGAL NOTICES .\OTICE FOIt PIHI.ICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Williston, N. D., July 27, 1917. NOTICE is hereby given that Anna Johanna Larson, formerly Anna Johanna Jonserud, of Springbrook, N. who, on Nov. 8, 1912, made Home stead entry, No. 016885. for N 1-2 SW 1-4 SW 1-4 NW 1-4, Sec. 13 and .Sh, 1-4 NE 1-4, Section 14, Township 157 N Range 100 W., 5th P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before The Reg ister & Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Williston, N. D., on the 6th day of Sept., 1917. I Claimant names ag witnesses: John Swenson, Nlcolai oug, An drew Hoff, Tom Swenson, all Jf Spring brook, N. D. 7-6t. W. E. Byerly, Register. I .VOTICE OF ftRAL ESTATE MORT CAfiE FORECLOSURE SALE Notice is hereby given that default! has been made in the terms and con ditions of that certain mortgage, made, executed, and delivered by O. E. Hinellne and Olive Hineline, his wife, mortgagors, to The Tenney Company, a corporation, mortgagee, dated and bearing dEte, the 26th d&y of Jun6i 1914 and filed for record in the office I of the Register of Deeds, in and for Williams I'ounty, North Dakota on A Fortune Faces Charley CoprigHt, the 26th day of August 1914 at 8:31 o'clock A. M. and therein duly recorded in Book "108" of mortgages on page "332" thereof that said default con sists In the failure of said mortgagor! to pay pursuant to the terms of said mortgage, or otherwise the indebted ness secured thereby. Now, therefore, notice Is furttJ®! given that said mortgage will be closed by a sale of the premises In such mortgage and hereinafter de scribed at the front door of the court house In the City of Williston, County of Williams and State of North Da kota on the 8th day of September, A. IX 1917, at the nour of 2:00 o'clock In the afternoon of said day to satisfy the amount aue on said mortgage on the said day of sale. The premises described In said mort gage hereinbefore particularly de scribed and which will be sold to sat isfy the same are those certain prem ises situated in the County of Wil liams and State of North Dakota, and particularly described as follows to wit: Lot Twelve (12) of Block Thirty (30) in Bruegger's Third Addition to the City of Williston, according to the plat thereof on file Notice is hereby given that the cer tain mortgage, made, executed ana de livered by August Hein, a single man, Mortgagor to The Williams County State Bank of Williston, North Da kota, Mortgagee, dated the 12th day of December A. D. 1913, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Williams and State of North Dakota on the 13th day of December, A. D. 1913 at 11:13 o'clock A. M. and there recorded in Book "109" of Mortgages at Page 108, and duly assigned by said Mortgagee to The Wilson-Wingate Mortgage Company, a corporation, of Williston, Williams County, State of North Dakota which said assignment was dated the 1st day of July 1917, and was filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Williams and State of North Dakota on the 19th day of July 1917 at 11:36 o'clock A. M. and there recorded in Book "134" of As signments at Page 416 •will be fore closed by a sale of the premises In such mortgage and hereinafter describ ed at the front door of the Court House Ht Williston. in the County of Wil liams and State of North Dakota, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the fore noon on the 31st day of August, A. D. 1917, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described In such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are Bltuated in the County of Williams and State of I North Dakota, and described as fol- I The Northwest Quarter (NW 1-4) of Section Eleven (11), in Township One Hundred Fifty Three (153) North of Range Ninety Nine (99) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, in- Williams County, North Dakota. I There will be due on such mortgage at the date of sale including one in terest coupon on a prior mortgage of $48.00 due December 1st, 1916, and interest thereon, and the 1915 and 1916 Taxes in the sum $69.34 and in terest thereon, which interest coupon and taxes the Assignee of the Mort gagee herein has been required to pay and has paid in order to protect his interest in the mortgage under fore closure, the sum of $253.90, Two Hun dred Fifty Three and 90-100 Dollars, exclusive of costs, disbursements and attorneys fees allowed by law. Dated this 19th day of July A. D. 1917. The Wilson-Wingate Mortgage Com pany of Williston, North Dakota, Assignee of Mortgagee. Thomas B. Murphy, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, 6-61. Williston, North Dakota. thorized by said mortgage, now there fore, NOTICE is hereby given that the cer tain mortgage, made, executed and de livered by Lloyd M. Guidinger, a single man, Mortgagor, to L. C. Wingate of Williston, North Dakota, Mortgagee, dated the 18th day of July 1914, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Williams and State of North Dakota on the 13th day of August 1914 at 4:19 o'clock P. M. and there recorded in Book "108" of Mortgages at Page 326, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and here inafter described at the front door of the Court House at Williston in Wil liams County and State of North Da kota, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the forenoon on the 31st day of August, A. D. 1917, to satisfy the aihount due up on such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described In such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are situated in the 1916, by J. Ke*ley. In Dated this 25th day of July, A. D.. 1-917. The Tenney Company, HOVE NOUO. OOCr 6-6t. the Register of Deeds office in and for Williams Coun ty, North Dakota. There will be due on said mortgage on the said day of sale the sum of Three Thousand and Sixty ($3060.00) Dollars, and said premises aforesaid will be so sold as aforesaid to satisfy the same together with the costs of sale and statutory attorney's fees. a corporation. Mortgagee. Palmer, Craven & Burns, Attorneys for said Mortgage*. Office and Post Office address, Williston, N. D. 4-it NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORT. foreclosure: sale WHEREAS, Default has been made in the terms and conditions of the mortgage hereinafter described by which the power of sale therein contain ed has become operative, and no action or proceeding having been instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof, and upon such default the as signee of mortgagee having elected and hereby declared the entire mortgage indebtedness due and payable as au thorized by the said mortgage, now therefore N'OTICK OF HP.AL ESTATE MORT GAGE FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS, Default has been made in the terms and conditions of the mortgage hereinafter described by which the power of sale therein con tained has become operative, and no action or proceeding having been in stituted at law or in equity to recover upon the following real property the debt secured by said mortgage or said Defendant, to-wit: anv Dart thereof, and upon such de- Southwest quarter of the Northeast fault the mortgagee having elected and Quarter (SW 1-4 NE 1-4) and Lots Two hereby declared the entire mortgage and Three (Lots 2 & 3) of Section Two indebtedness due and pavable as au- (Sec. 2) in Township One Hundred H" ENCLOSED ^OU Paf* Nino County of Williams and State of North Dakota, and described as follows: The Southwest Quarter (SW 1-4) of Section Thirty Four (34) in in Williams County, State Attorney for Mortgagee, Williston, Nirth Dakota. XOTICE KOIt I'I lll,l('ATIO-\ Department of the Interior, U. S. I .and Office at Williston, N D., July 17, 1917. NOTICE is hereby given that Mary E. Hetherlngton. of Williston, N. D.. who, on Feb. 16, 1915, made Homestead entry. No. 019887, for Lots 3 & 4, SW 1-4 NW 1-4, Sec. 4, T. 155 N.. R. 100 W. SW 1-4 SW 1-4, Section 33, Town ship 156 N.. Range 100 W.. 6th P. Mer idian, has filed notice of Intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore The Register & Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Williston, N. D., on the 2Sth day of Aug., 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: C. W. Mlchlels, Ben. Kruckeberg, C. Hart, Barney Larson, all of Willis ton, N. D. 6-5t. W. E. Byerly, Register. ftOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORT GAGE FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS, Default has been made In the terms and conditions of the mortgage hereinafter described by which the power of.sale therein con tained has become operative, and no action having been instituted at law or In equity to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part there of, and upon such default the mort gagee having elected and hereby de clared the entire mortgage indebted ness due and payable as authorized by the said mortgage, now therefore, NOTICE is hereby given that the certain mortgage, made, executed and delivered by Morton O. Adams and Etta M. .Adams, his wife, Mortgagors, to T. L. Beiseker Mortgagee, dated the 29th day of October 1913 and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of WiUlama and State of North Dakota on the 10th day of January 1914 at 4:15 o'clock P. M. and there recorded In Book "98" of Mortgages at Page "469" will be fore closed by a sale of the premises In such mortgage and hereinafter de scribed, at the front door of the Court House, at Williston, in the County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, at the hour of Ten o'clock In the fore noon, on the 15th day of August A. D., 1917, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described In su?h Mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are situated In the County of Williams and State of North Dakota and are described as follows, viz: LotB One (1) and Two (2) and South Half of Northeast Quar ter (S 1-2 NE 1-4) of Section Two (2), and Lot Four (4) of Section One (1), and Lots Two (2) and Three (3) and South Half of Northwest Quarter (S 1-2 NW 1-4) of Section One (1) all in Township One Hundred Fifty-four (154) North, Range Ninety-eight (98) West, containing 359.98 acres mort or less according to the Government Sur vey. There will be due on such mort gage a*, the date of sale Including two interes coupons on a prior mortgage of $90.u0 each due November 1st, 1915 and 1916 respectively, and Interest thereon, and two notes on a prior mortgage of $60.00 each each due No vember 1st 1915 and 1916 respective ly, and Interest thereon, and the 1914 and 1915 taxes on the S 1-2 NE 1-4 and Lots 1 and 2 of 2-154-98 In the sum of $79.74 and Interest thereon and the 1914 taxes on Lot 4 of 1-154-98 In the sum of $4.11 and Interest there on, all of which Interest coupons, notes and taxes the mortgagee herein has been, required to pay and has paid In order to protect his interests in the mortgage under foreclosure, the sum of One Thousand Five Hundred Fifty eight and 28-100 ($1558.28) Dollars, exclusive of costs, disbursements and attorney's fees allowed by law. Dated this 29th day of June, 1917. T. L. Beiseker, Mortgagee Arthur L. Netcher, Attorney for Mortgagee, Fessenden, North Dakota. 3-flt. mHERlFF'STSAEE State of North Dakota, County of Williams, ss: Anna Klnsella, Plaintiff, vs. Paul Vlnlng, Defendant. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That by virtue of an execution to me di rected and delivered, and now in my hands, issued out of the Clerk's office of the Eleventh Judicial District Court, State of North Dakota, in and for the County of Williams, upon a Judgment rendered In said Court in favor of Anna Kinsella. Plaintiff, and against Paul Vlnlng, Defendant, I have levied of Fifty Six (Twp. 156) North, of Range Ninety Five (R. 95) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian. And that I shall, on Saturday the 11th. day of August A. D. 1917, at the hour of two o'clock P. M., of said day, at the front door of the Court House In the City of Willis ton, In said County and State, proceed to sell the right, title and Interest of the above named Paul Vlnlng In and to the above described property, to satisfy said Judgment amounting to Fifteen Hundred Thirty and 71-1W Dollars together with all costs and ac cruing costs of sale, and Interest OB the said Judgment from tho 17th day of January 1917, at the rate of si* per cent, per annum, at Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash. Axel Strom, Sheriff of Williams Co., N. D. By Robert R. Rutledge, Deputy. E. B. Goss and Thos. M. Cooney. Plaintiff's Attorneys. Dated Williston. N. D., July 5th. 1917. «-«. c»i rv Township One Hundred Fifty Four (154) North of Range One Hundred Three (103) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, of North Dakota. There will due on such mortgage at the date ci sale the sum of One Hun dred Seventy Eight and 10-100 ($178.10) Dollars, exclusive of costs, disburse ments and attorneys fees allowed by law. Dated this 20th day of July A. D. 1917. Wingate of Williston, North Mortgagee. Thomas B. Murphy, L. C. Dakota, IT