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Thursday, August 23,1917. *Fi.U.NK WEJET& VUS Fa\tmo FkNOSKHS ^KttCte UVOH vWfc- HE. RMESSMM. CUDS fJEO. A. McGEE EL B. GOSF MCGM GOM Attorneys at Law General Law Practice Minot, N. Dak. I nB. DOCHTEBMAN Physiciaa and Sargeea Office in Union Block over First Na tional Bank Phone 88-2 Willistoa, N. f)B. E. J. HAGAN Physician and Surceon Night and day call* promptly answer ed. Glasses properly fitted. Office—47-2 Residence—474 (1 T. SKOVHOLT & Sc. M. D. Office Union Block Phone 57 for night and day calls Williston, N. D. nR. MARY A. GOLDSCHLAOB WlUistsn's Pioneer Chiropractor Saykally Building, Main Street Williston North Dakob If B. TRA1NOR, M. a Practice Limited te Eye, Ear, Ness and Threat Brusgger Block, Main Street Williston, N. D. DR. A. McNIVEN Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Hospital in Connection Phone 841 Williston. N. J)iL P. U. LABABGE Office over Greengard's store in Heffernan block Office phone 269. Residence 864blui O E. KREIGER Veterinarian Assistant State Veterinarian Phone 879 Red Williston, N. A J. ARSENAULT State Licensed Emhalmer Funeral Director—Funeral Supplies Office Ellithorpe Bldg., 427 N. Main St Office Phone 126 Res. Phone 426 W. DISNEY Carpenter and Contractor Small jobs a specialty. Storm housea Sheds, putting on storm windows- Short order work of all kinds. Phone 158 Williston, N. ,E 'THOMAS M. COONEY Attorney At Law Williston, North Dakota Hefferftan Block. Phone No. 4. WILLIAM G. OWENS Attorney-at-Law Office in Telephone Building Williston/ North Dakota MURPHY & METZGER Lawyers Phone 12—Old Williams County Bank Bldg., Main St. Williston, North Dakota W. A. LODGE NO. 5398 Meet every Tuesday evenia* at 8:00 o'clock sharp, in Odd Fellow hall. Visitors always welcome. M. S. Phillips, V. C. J. J. Bailey, Cle TOS. JTFUNKE Tinner With the John L. Hagen Hdw. Co Main St. Guttering, Spouting and Metal Roofing Furnace Work Promptly Attendee TVFOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. 51. i?1 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 TOWARD 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. Wmiaton, N. Dak. MEIU VMt UUTiV UEt"! Charley Chaplin's Comic Capers TYPHOID CARRIERS The Perversity of Typhoid Mary Typvoid fever has fourth place on American mortality lists, coming af ter only tuberculosis, pneumonia and cancer. It takes among us the place of the "Asiatic Guest," which the European peoples have from time'im meroriah so constantly and so unnec essarily entertained. Both these dis eases are "ingestion infections" con tracted in absolutely no other way than swallowing food and drink (the latter mostly water or milk) contam inated in various disgusting ways, with either the cholera yibrio or the typhoid bacillus. Dirty fingers and the filthy fly are the chief inter mediaries. Scientifically speaking, nothing can be simpler than the pre vention of these infections The ap plication of the principles is, how ever, of great practical difficulty. For example, there is the cook, Typhoid Mary, a carrier of the germ, who, although she declared she never herself had the disease, has neverthe less, in those migrations from fam ily to family peculiar to her caste, thru a number of years desseminated the infection to some score or more of sufferers. There have indeed been typhoid carriers who have had the disease forty years previously and have continued through all that time being a menace. It is computed that one-fourth of the people who have had typhoid are carriers that, dis ease or no disease, one in every one thousand of us is such a carrier. Most infections are self-limited their quar antining time is fixed- But you can not quarantine a typhoid carrier a With the exception of some of tho munition and war supply manufac turing cities which have sprung up in the East like magic, Washington, more than any other city in the Na tion since the beginning of the war, has had a sudden and lare increase of population, due to the activities of war preparation. Every Department of the Government has been obliged to greatly increase the number of its employees in order to keep up with the rush of new work occasioned by the war. New office building for the War Department, for the Navy De partment, for the Treasury Depart ment, and for the Federal Trade Com mission have been put up almost over night and have been occupied with hundreds of busy officials, clerks, ac countants, typewriters, and stenog raphers. Thousands of men and women from all parts of our own country, as well as from almost every other part of the world, are here on matters pertaining to the war. All hotels are crowded to the fullest ca pacity and all desirable appartments and rental residents have already been taken by newcomers here on official or private business having to do \tfith the w^r. Naturally, as might be expected, rents have increased quite materially with the new de mand, but a most commendable effort The Council of National Defenc® now occupies four stories of the great Munsey Office Building on Pennsyl vania avenue near 14th Street. This organization carries a tremendou:-. amount of the burdens of war prepa ration and is the most important sin gle organization, outside of the War and Navy Departments, having to do with the carrying on of the war. The VNA&HT fk LMH- mhT \N** WN VmFfc* a| WSW- V\P*N" HNMY, Weekly Health Letter Issued by State Public Health Laboratory, University of North Dakota WASHINGTON LETTER whole life time, any more than you can frame an indictment against a whole nation. The great trouble with Typhoid Mary has been her per versity, exceeding even that which obtains in her most tempermental of callings. She has never conceded her self a menace she has not obeyed th» sanitary directions given her she would not wash and disinfect her hands as required she will not change her occupation for one in which she will not endanger the lives of others under an assumed name she had competetd with the Wandering Jew in scattering destruction in her path. Typhoid carriers who are amendable to reason, conscientious, careful and scrupulously clean, need not endanger anybody's existence. The best insurance against typhoid is, after all, to get inoculated against the disease, as all sensible people are now xaccinated against small-pox. Especially is this well to do when there are typhoid epidemics and for commercial travelers, motorists, tour ists, and vaccinationists who may in the most subterranean ways contract typhoid and become typhoid carriers. And since this is a disease largely of adolescence, youth and early menhood and womanhood, our young peopk go ing to boarding schools and colleges should certainly submit to this pre ventive measure before leaving home. It is considered that the protection is effective for at least two years, and may indeed immunize for life. When the iniculations are made in the af ternoon untoward sensations are like ly to have disappeared by the follow- ing noon. A series of three succes- apart. buck & Company, supervises the pervision of engineering and edu is being made by the local Chamber that his time was so occupied that it of Commerce and by prominent bank-, was more difficult to make an ap ers and merchants to prevent land- pointment with him than with the lords from exacting highly exorbitant President. At the time I called at rentals. Chairman of the Council of National tation for the manufactured products. Defence is the Secretary of war. The The supervision of the expenditure other members of the Counpil are the of a large part of the $640,000,000 Secretary of the Navy, the Secretary appropriated last month for enlarg of the Interior, the Secretary of Ag- ing the aviation branch of the army, riculture, and the Secretar yof Labor, in itself, would seem to be enough fare of workers, and Dr. Franklin Martin, Secretary-General of the American College of Surgeons, Chi cago, has charge of medicine and surgery, including general sanitation. Yesterday I had a matter of business to take up with Mr. Coffin and found the Munsey Building where the sevo hundred employees of the Council of National Defence are at work, Mr. Coffin was in consultation with large delegation of automobile and aeroplane manufacturers who were presenting to him their difficulties in securing transportation for the raw materials needed in the manufacture of automobiles and aeroplanes and their difficulties in securing transpor- WILLISTON GRAPHIC Australia The Advisory Commission of the &cb. can, instead, feel as fresh as a daisy by opening the sluices of the sys Council is composed of seven of the tfim'each morning and flushing out the most distinguished and successful .business men of the entire country. Mr. Daniel Willard, President of tjie Baltimore & Ohio, is Chairman of thh breakfast, drink a glass of real hot Advisory Commission and has under water with a teaspoonful of limestone his personal charge the supervision phosphate in it to wash from the stom of transportation and communication, ach, liver and bowels the Previous m, +v,0 day's indigestible waste, sour bile and The other members composi .'poisonous toxins thus cleansing, Advisory Commission are Mr. Howard HA\N HWN1^\ of work to keep one man reasonably well ccupied for the period of the war. However, Mr. Coffin has a very pleasing personality and is a man of great executive ability who seems to enjoy hard and difficult tasks. He works rapidly and energetically and disposes of a surprisingly large amount of business and a more sur prisingly large number of visitors in a very short time. Mr. Coffin seems to have his work now well in hand and is proceeding with directing the manufacture of war munitions and aeroplanes on a scale unheard of be fore in the world. The chief aim in war preparation of the War Depart ment, the Navy Department, and the Council of National Defence is to first have our soldiers and sail ors well trained for the work they may be re quired to do, and secondly, to have them supplied with the best and most modern war equipment and materials for fighting, so that in this war, where powerful guns, trinitrate of toluyl, and fast aeroplanes count even more than numbers of men, our forces will have a clear advantage over the enemy in the guns, aeroplanes and other fighting material they will have for use. seems baustlble supply found there to pure white. to have an inex- Of marble which in many is I colors DRINK A GLASS OF REAL HOT WATER BEFORE BREAKFAST. 8«ya we will both look and feel clean, sweet and fresh snd avoid Illness. SaII|tary ra sive inoculations are made a week untold blessing to humanity. The lat est application of its untiring research science has of late made pid strides with results that are of is the recommendation that it is as necessary to attend to internal sanita tion of the drainage system of the hu man body as it is to the drains of the house. Those of us who aie accustomed to feel dull and heavy when we arise, splitting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stom- whole of the internal poisonous stag nant matter. Everyone, whether ailing, sick or well, should, each morning before BWee E. Coffin, Vice-President of the Hud- alimentary canal before putting more son Motor Company, who has super- food into the stomach. The action of vision of munitions and manufactur-1 hot water and limestone phosphate on ing and industrial relations. Mr. an empty stomach is wonderfully ln Rosenwald, President of Sears-Roe- aQ( tening and purifying the entire vigorating It cleans out all the sour I fermentations, gases, waste and acidity gjves one a chase of supplies, including clothing. breakfast, while you are enjoying Bernard M. Baruch, distinguished as yOUp breakfast the phosphated hot a banker and financier, has supervis- water is quietly extracting a large vol ion of raw materials, minerals and ume of water from the blood and get metals. Dr. Hollis Godfrey, Presi- ting ready for a thorough flushing of dent of the Drexel Institute, has.ra- ^,e ere( tion. Mr. Samuel Gompers, Fresi-1 tomach trouble, rheumatic stiffness dent of the American Federation of others who have sallow skins, blood Labor, is in charge of labor, includ- disorders and sickly complexions are ing conservation of health and wel- urged to get a quarter pound of lime stone phosphate from the drug store. splendid appetite for wh are constipation, bilious spells', This wiil cost very little, but is suffi cient to make anyone a pronounced crank on the subject of interna) san itation. LEGAL NOTICES SUMMONS State of North Dakota, County of Williams, SS. In District Court, Eleventh Judicial District. Ina Vivian Anderson, Plaintiff, vs. Carl W. Anderson, Defendant. Smmam The State of North Dakota to the Above Named Defendant: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of the Plaintiff which complaint is filed In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Williams County, North Dakota, an dto serve a copy of your answer to said com plaint upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and In cas-3 of vour failure to appear or answer as herein required the Plaintiff will take judgment against yo uby default for 'the relief demanded in the -complaint. Dated at Williston, North Dakota, August 8th, 1917. E. A. Lohrke, Attorney for the Plaintiff, S-St. Williston, North Dakota. All That Effort Wasted Copyright, 1116, by J. Kselsy. NOTICI! ron PUULICATION Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Williston, N D.. July 17, 1917. NOTICE Is hereby given that Mary E. Hetherington, of Willisiton, K. 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., U. 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. Michiels, Ben. Kruckeberg, L. C. Hart, Barney Larson, all of Willis ton, N. D. 6-5t. W. E. Byerly, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Williston, N. D., Aug ust 16, 1917. NOTICE* i« hereby given that Louise Cashman, formerly Louise Norman, of Williston, N. D., who, on Sept. 6, 1913, made Homestead entry, No. 019440 for NW 1-4, N 1-2 SW 1-4, NW 1-4 SE 1-4 and SW 1-4 NE 1-4, Section 33. Town ship 154 N„ Range 98 W., 5th P. Mer idian, has filed notice of intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore Register & Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Williston, N. D., on the 24th day of September, 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: A. E. Thomas, of Dow, N. D. West King, James E. King, both of Whee lock, N. D. A. H. Vohl. Williston, N. D. 10-5t. W. E. Byerly, Register. NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORT GAGE FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS, Default has been made in the terma and conditions of the «*!Mr'described by in addition 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 the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof, and upon such de fault the mortgagee having elected and hereby declared the entire mortgage indebtedness due and payable as au thorized by said mortgage, now there fore. NOTICE Is hereby given that thecer-" tain mortgage, made, executed and de livered by Lloyd M. Guidlnger, a single man, Mortgagor, to L. C. Wingate of Williston, North Dakota, Mortgagee, dated the 18th day of July 1914, and died 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 a} 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 Cpunty 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 amount due up on such mortgage on the da/ of sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are situated In t*ie County of Williams and State of North Dakota, and described as follows: The Southwest Quarter (SW 1-4) of Section Thirty Four (34) In Township One Hundred Fifty Four (154) North of Range One Hundred Three (103) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, in Williams County, State of North Dakota. I'htrfc wiil ::b due on such mortgage at the dated sale the sum of One Hun dred Seventj 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. L.. C. Wingate of Williston, North Dakota, Mortgagee. Thomas B. Murphy, Attorney for Mortgagee, 6-6t. Williston, N-rth Dakota. NOTICE! OF REAL ESTATE MOftT r.A«I! FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS, Default has be^n mad« 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 the debt secured 1y said mortgage or any part thereof, and upon such de fault the mortgagee having elected and hereby declared the entire mort gage Indebtedness due and payable as authorized by said mortgage, now therefore, NOTICE Is hereby given that the certain mortgage made, executed and delivered by Benjamin F. Shartle, a widower, as mortgagor, to The Wil liams County State Bank, a corpora tion. of Williston, County of Williams, North Dakota, mortgagee, dotted the 20th day of January, 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 21st day of January, A. D. 19J3, at 2:01 o'clock P. M., and there recorded in Book 107 of Mortgages, at Page 296, will he foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage an dhere inafter described, at the front door of the Court House, at Williston, in Wil liams County, in the State of North Dakota, at the hour of 10 o'clock, in the forenoon of the 21st day of Sep tember, A. D. 1917, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mort gage and which will be sold to satis fy the same are situated In the County of Williams and State of North Da kota, and described as follows: The Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4) of Section Twenty-two (22), In Town ship One Hundred Fifty-five 155) North of Range One Hundred (100) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian. There will be due on such mortgage at the time of sale the sum of Five Hundred Twenty-two & 65-100 ($522.65) Dollars, exclusive of costs, disburse ments and attorneys' fees allowed by Dated this 11th day of August A. D. 1917. The Williams County State Bank, a corporation, of Williston, North Da kota, mortgagee. Thomas B. Murphy, Attorney for Mortgagee. 9-61. Williston, North Dakota. Pig» Sirta & KOTK'K FOIt PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Oflice at Williston, N. D., July 27, 1917. NOTICE is hereby given that Anna Johanna Larson, formerly Anna Johanna Jouserud, of Springbrook. N. D., 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 SK t-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 iiind above described, before The Reg ister & Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Williston, N. P., on the 6th day of Sept., 1917. Claimant names as wltnetses: John Swenson. Nlcolat fioug, An drew Hoff, Tom Swenson, all of Spring brook, N. D. 7-6t. W. E. Byerly, Heglster. NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORT GAGE 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. B. Hlneline and Olive Hlnellne, his wife, mortgagors, to The Tenney Company, a corporation, mortgagee, dated and bearing date, the 26th day of Jun% 1914 and filed for record In the office of the Register of Deeds, in and for Williams County, North Dakota on 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 flftttf given that said mortgage will k(NN* 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. D, 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 wlt: Lot Twelve (12) of Block Thirty (30) In Bruegger's Third Addition to the City of WlTllston, according to th* plat thereof on file in 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. Dated this 25th day of July, A. D.. 1947. The Tenney Company, a corporation. Mortgagee. Palmer, Craven & Burns, Attorneys for said Mortgagee. Office and Post Office address, Williston, N. D. NOTICE 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 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 Notice is hereby given that the cer tain mortgage, made, executed and 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, Wllliams 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 or July 1917 at 11:36 o'clock A. M. and there recorded in Book "134" of As signments at Page 416 wiU be fore closed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter describ ed at the front door of the Court House at 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 sucn mortgage and whfch will be sold to satisfy the same are situated in the County of Williams and State of North Dakota, and described as fol- 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. 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 169.34 and in terest thereon, which interest coupon and taxes the Assignee of the Mort gagee herein has been required to P&y 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, 6-6t. Williston, North Dakota.