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Thursday, January 3, 1918. DOINGS OP THE VAN LOONS NOW iLiS-mM chmsthm ONty COMES ONC-E WHAT IP VOW A UTTL6 B0TH6B1 WAR SERVICE CONFERENCE (Continued from page 6) get together if they get together for he common good. "Get together to improve your in dustry, to help each other," he urged. J. A. Rhodes, representing the Na tional Lumber Manufacturers Asso ciation, in response to an invitation from Mr. Catchings for a general dis cussion, then told of how the lumber industries of the country have been mobilized to aid the Government since war was declared. The work done by the clothing industry and other in dustries was also described. Central War Committee Created The convention came to an end with the passage of resolutions which cre ated a central War Industries Com mittee of the National Chamber. The new central committee is to be the National Chamber's War Committee, of which Waddill Catchings in chair man, and which was formerly known as the National Chamber's Commit tee on Cooperation with the Council of National Defense. In addition to Mr. Matchings the members of the com mittee are Lewis E. Pierson, William Butterworth, Hon. Charles Nagel, Ho mer L. Ferguson, John H. Fahey, and Harry A. Wheeler. The new central committee was em powered by the convention in its res olutions either to increase its number or to organize an advisory council from the chairmen of the various war service committees, or both. The convention voted that where there are at present war service com mittees they be requested to ask recognition of the war committee of the National Chamber, and it was provided that if they are organized in conformity with this report that be scr recognized. Tjl^st of Adopted Report All existing national trade organ izations or associations which have not already appointed war service committees are requested to do so im mediately. Where there is no nation al trade association or organization it was recommended that such organ ization be formed immediately. It was the sense of the convention that war service committees as far as pos sible shall be representative of the en tire industry they represent. It was recommended that committees be ap pointed by the president or executive committees of national trade organ izations or in open convention. After defining other methods of selecting committees which shall be truly rep resentative of the industries, it was suggested that each committee shall consist of five to fifteen members ac cording to the needs and size of the industry. All war service committees now existing or selected as provided in the resolutions are to be vested with authority to represent the in dustries in their relations with the government during the war. The sense of the convention was that if the industrial representative of the War Industries Board or other government agency from time to time will advise the respective war service committees of the needs of the gov ernment, the various industries will advise with such producers as are capable of doing the work and gather dota on individual concerns as to their ability to carry out contracts. The war service committees are to act as a clearing house as to available plant capacity notifying the government of the facts ascertained in order that needless expenditures for additional plants and equipment may as far as possible be avoided. The convention decided that upon request of ten members or the central committee the plain laid down in the resolutions may be amended by sub mitting a proposed amendment by mail vote to the various war service committees, a two-thirds vote of those committees voting to be required to carry the amendment. Full Committee Report Following is the complete report of the War Service Conference Commit tee: Central Committee It is suggested that the War Com mittee of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States act as the Cen tral or Executive Committee of the War Industries Committees, and that for the purpose of representing the War Service Committees, the War Committee of the Chamber of Com merce of the United States be em powered to either increase its r.um br or to organize an Advisory Council from the chairmen of the various War Service Committees or both. .Organization A. That where there are at pres ent War Service Committee they be AIM^ Vol/ lAoiM' TO £lVe ME NOW tlSTEN ALL WANT To PO 13 A COUPLE OR TWNy por Me MNX TOM'S BA.XAAK SOME. Mows. MONEV requested to ask recognition of the War Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, and if they are organized in conformity with this report that they be so recog nized. B. That all existing national trade associations or organizations whicn have not already appointed War Serv ice Committees immediately do so, and that they be organized in con formity with this report and request recognition by the War Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States as provided for in this report. C. That where there is no national trade association or organization, your Committee recommends that such or ganization be formed immediately and that they take action as indicated above. D. That where it is impracticable to organize a national trade associa tion, it is recommended that the War Committee of the Chamber of Com merce of the United States select a War Service Committee to represent such unorganized industry, an dthat the War Committee recognize this committee, if in their judgment it has secured authority to represent said industry. Method to be Followed It is the sense of this Committee that War Service Committees as far as possible shall be representative of the entire industry they represent. It is therefore recommended: (1) That such Committees be ap pointed by the President or Executive Committee of National Trade Asso ciations or in open convention. (2) Where there is no national or ganization but there are local or affili ated trade organizations, such organ izations should, when requested by the War Committee of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, in like manner appoint a representative to serve on the War Service Commit tee representing their industry. (3) Also that where possible ap proval be obtained from firms and corporations engaged in the industry, but not members of any association, the purpose being to have the War Service Committee created to fairly and authoriatively represent the en tire industry. Size of Committees Each Committee to consist of from five to fifteen members according to the needs and size of the industry, one-third of the number nthe Com mittee but not less than three, to con stitute a quorum. Authority All War Service Committees now existing or selected as provided above to be vested with authority to repre sent the industries in their relations with the government during the war. Government Recognition Your Committee strongly urges that effort be made to have all War Serv ice Committees recognized by the proper government authorities as the point of contact between the respec tive industries and the government. General Suggestions As far as possible, in naming War Service Committees, persons be select ed especially with respect to their geographical locations thereby mak ing frequent meetings possible with minimum inconvenience and expense also that persons so selected be active ly engaged in the industry as prin cipals, and who are willing to patri otically assist the government in win ning the war and unselfishly give their time for the benefit of the industry they represent. If the Industrial Representative of the War Industries Board or other government agencies from time to time will advise the respective War Service Committees of the needs of the government, the following plan will be adopted: The War Service Committees of the various industries wil ladvise with such companies as are capable of do ing the work and gather data on in dividual concerns, as to their ability to carry out contracts. The War Service Committees will take up with concerns in their respec tive industries the needs of the gov ernment and determine how and where, in their judgment, the work can best be done. The War Service Committees will sift such data and recommend to the Industrial Representative or other government agencies various concerns, having in mind their financial stand ing, their ability to perform and the local industrial conditions. The War Service Committees will act as a clearing house for available plant capacity, notifying the Govern ment thereof, in order that needless expenditures for additional plants and WILLISTON GRAPHIC Bfi C?«o© FVSTHC^ oNCV HA VS. A. feS. 5RNT post anp -soma,PAHCSL ey (5XpRt=S5 -MMD WANT you rc telx. equipment may, as far as possible, be avoided. The War Service Committees will, at the request of the Government, ren der any further service in which they can be helpful in working out prob lems of the government. The object is to give the govern ment the benefit of the suggestions and advice of the industries involved, 'as it is believed that the work of the Industrial Representative or other government agencies can be facili tated by a knowledge of the plants ascertained through the assistance of (men actively identified with the re spective industries. VOTIC13 OP KX 1*1 RATION OP TIME OF REDEMPTION Ofliee of County Auditor Ftatc of North Dakota, County of Williams, ss. To J. A. Hardacre, owner of the fol lowing' described real estate: You are hereby notified that the fol lowing described real estate, situated in Williams County, North Dakota, to wit: Plot 16 of Garden Homes, Town ship of Williston was on the 9th day of December, A. D., 1913, sold for de linquent taxes for the year 1912, as provided by law, and a certificate of said sale issued to the purchaser thereof that said real estate was sold on said sale for One and 23-100 Dol lars, and that the time of redemption from such sale will expire ninety (90) days l'rom and after the completed service of this notice. You are further notified that the amount required to redeem said real estate from said tax sale on this date is the sum of Two and 55-100 Dollars, and in addition thereto the cost of the service and pub lication of this notice must be paid, to gether with such interest as may ac crue from and after this date. If re demption is not made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice, a Tax Deed for said real estate will be executed to the holder of said tax certificate. Dated at Williston, North Dakota, the 3rd day of December. 1917. (Seal) RI. H. Aaen, 27-3t. Auditor of Williams Co., N. D. SUMMONS State of North Dakota, County of Williams, ss. In District Court, Eleventh Judicial District. Martha P. Tatem, Plaintiff, vs. The Citizens National Bank of Williston, N. D., The B'irst National Bank of Willis ton, N. D., First National Bank of Wil liston, North Dakota, successors in in terest to the Citizen's National Bank of Williston, North Dakota, a dissolved Federal Corporation H. V. Smith, as administrator of the estate of iv. C. Smith,, whose full name was Katherine C. Smith, deceased, J. C. Felthous, Laura B. Glascock, Marion Kvindlog, formerly Marion Smith, H. V. Smith, the guardian ad Litem of Hillls Smith, a minor, Hillis Smith, M. E. Zahl, H. V. Smith personally and as heir of Kath erine C. Smith, also,known as K. C. Smith, and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in or lien or incumbrance upon the property described in the Complaint, Defendants. Summon* THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEN DANTS: You, and each of you are hereby summoned to answer the Complaint in this action, a copy of which will be filed in the Office of the Clerk of the district Court within and for Williams County, North Dakota, at his Office in Williston, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the sub scriber at his office in Williston, North Dakota, within thirty days (30) days after the service of the summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service, and in carfe of your failuie to appear or answer, Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated at Williston, North Dakota, November 23, 1917. H. W. Braatelien, MfS. WHAT KA5 F=»R MB Attorney for Plaintiff, Office and Postoffice address, Williston, North Dakota. You the above named defendants will further take notice that this is an ac tion to quiet title, niand to the fol lowing described land, situated in Wil liams County, North Dakota, and de scribed as follows, to-wit: Lot Three (3) of Block Three (S) Lots One (1) Three (3) and Four, (4) of Block four (4) Lots One (1) Five (5) and Six (6) of Block Five (5) Lots Two (2) Nine (9) and Ten (10) of Block Six (6) Lots Six (6) Eight (8) Nine (9) and Eleven (11) of Block Seven (7) Lot Six of Block Eight (8): Lots GRANDMA USED SA6E TEA TO DARKEN HAIR She mixed Sulphur with it to Restore Color, Gloss, Youthfulness. Common garden sage brewed into a heavy tea with sulphur added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luxuriant. Just a few applications will prove a revela tion if your hair is fading, streaked or gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul phur recipe at home, though, is trou blesome. An easier way is to get a bottle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound at any drug store all ready for use. This is the old-time recipe improved by the addition of other, in gredients. While wispy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desire to retain our youthful appearance and attractive ness. By darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell, because it does it so naturally, so evenly. Tou just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time by morning all gray hairs have disappeared, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant. This preparation is a delightful toilet requisite and is not intended for the cure, mitigation or prevention of dis ease. H6I.U6 "TOM yov traveunc SO happv Two (2) Three (3) Four (4) Five (5) and Six (6) of Block Ten (10), all in LeDosquet's addition to Williston, North Dakota, according to the Plat thereof on file in the Office of the Reg ister of Deeds within and for Williams County, North Dakota and Lots One (1) Two (2) Three (3) Four (4) Five (5) Seven (7) Eight (S) Nine (9) Eleven (11) Twelve (12) and Thirteen (13) of Block One (1), Smith's and Tatem's rearrangement of Out Lot No. One (1) City of Williston, North Da kota, according to plat thereof on file in the Office aforesaid. And that this action relates to such land and that no personal claim is made against any of you and you will further talce notice that the Complaint in this action to gether with the Summons was on the 2Sth day of November, 1917. filed in the Office of the Clerk of the District court, within and for Williams Coun ty, North Dakota. Dated at Williston, North Dakota, November 23, 1917. H. W. Braatelien, Attorney for Plaintiff, Oiliee and Postoffice address, 24-Gt. Williston, North Dakota. NOTICE OF CONTEST Department of the Interior, Uni'ed States Land Ollice at Williston, No. Dak., December lSth, 1917. To John Briggs of Williston, N. D.. Contestee: You are hereby notified that 11. O. Mlankenship who gives Williston. No. Dak., as his post-office address, did on December 3rd, 1917, file in this olllee his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your Homestead Entry, Serial No. D20755 made Aug. 14, 1914, for Lot S, Section 6, Township 154, Range 101, Fifth Meridian, and as grounds for his contest he alleges that you have not resided on said land within the last ten months and that you have never cultivated the same and have wholly abandoned the same and that your ab sence is not due to your employment in the Military or Naval service of the United States or in any connection therewith. You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be taken us confessed, and your said entry will be canceled without further right to he heard, either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to 'file in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown be low, your answer, under oath, specifi cally responding to these allegations of ••ontest, together with due proof that ou have served a copy of your answer :i the said contestant either in person by registered mail. You should state in your answer the name 'of the post office to which you desire future notices to be sent to you. Chas. A. Mansfield, Receiver. Date of first publication December 20th, 1917. Date of second publication December 27th, 1917. Date of third publication January 3rd. 1918. Date of fourth publication January 10th, 1918. Ernest A. Francis, Attorney for Contestant, Williston, N. D. 27-4t. NOTICE ANI) CITATION, HKAItlNU OK FINAL ACCOUNT AND DIS TRIBUTION OK ESTATE State of North Dakota, County of Williams. In County Court. Before Hon. ,\. L. Butler, Judge. In the Matter of the Estate of Allen Edgar Lowe, also known as A. E. Lowe, Deceased. John J. Murphy, as administrator of Instate of said deceased, Petitioner, vs. Louise C. Lowe, Stair, Christensen and Timerman, a partnership composed of John E. Stair, C. A. Christensen, and W. O. Timerman, Beatrice M. Lowe, a Minor, Irma Cook, a Minor, T. Cooney, Special Guardian for said Minors, Simon Westby, Williston State Bank, a corporation, John Kassis, and Assad Kassis, partners as Kassis Brothers, L. N. Stice and H. M. Jensen, partners as Stice and Jensen, A. Mc Niven, Henry Poe, Williston Motor Company a partnership composed of F. N. Fuller and C. A. McKinney, Raw son Hardware Company a corporation, Mrs. Alice Frum, First National Bank of Williston. a corporation, S. Hansen, Orogan-Robinson Lumber Company, a corporation, Martin Jensen, Adolph Frederickson, Mrs. John Lindholm, J. R. Murphy, N. B. Ludowese, John Wanka, H. J. Baker, G. M. Hedderich and Company, a partnership composed of G. D. Hedderich and J. B. Lyon, Wil liston Ice Company, a partnership com posed of J. H. Shaw and Lars Christen son, C. E. Kelly, sole trader as Kelly Shirt Company, A. J. Husebye, E. H. Weil, F. W. MacManus. Erick Kathe,\ S. N. iiotton. S. J. Creaser, W. O. Tatem, Sole Trader as Williston Elec tric Construction Company, W. J. Kel Iv and M. A. Hegge, partners as City Grocery Company, A. A. Bradley and J. P. Cutting, partners as Williston Drug Company, P. C. Hamre, N'. Mykle stad, Charles VV. Jennison, D. K. Gibbs, and S. L. Boyce, Respondents. Notice anil Citation. Zfenrlnif Flnnl Account anil Distribution of Ewtate The State of North Dakota to the above named Respondents. You, the said respondents are here by notified that the final account of the administrator above named of the estate of Allen Edgar Lowe, late of the City of Williston, in the County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, deceased, has been rendered to this Court, therein showing that the es tate of said deceased is ready for final settlement and distribution, that there are debts of said estate remaining un paid, and that said estate is insolvent, and petitioning that his account be al lowed, the residue of said estate be dis tributed to the persons thereunto en titled, his administration closed and he be discharged that Monday, the Twenty-first day of January, A. D., 1918, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the Court Rooms of this Court, in the Court House, in the City of Williston, County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, has been duly appointei by this court for the settle ment thereof, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions, In writing, to said account and petition and contest the same. And you the above named respondents, and each of you, are hereby cited and required then and there to be and appear be fore this Court, and show cause, if any you have, why said account shall not be allowed, the residue of said estate distributed, the administration of said estate closed, and said administrator discharged. Dated the Twenty-second day of De cember, A. D. 1917. By the Court. (Countv Court Seal) A. L. Butler, Judge of the County Court. Let the Service of the above Citation be made by publication and posting according to law. (Countv Court Seal) A. Iv. Butler, 28 41. Judge. n/"'•?'/ But it might be different if Father was away occasion WHV SHOVCDN'T I I'M JUiT CfrlNQ HOME TO MY F^AMlt.y P"OR CHRISTMAS. IMtOI'OSAl.S KOK STATE DEl'OSI TVlillOS Notice is hereby given that in com pliance with Sections 369, 370 and 371 Compiled Laws of North Dakota 1913, the Governor and the State Board of Auditors of Nortli Dakota will hold a meeting at the olflce of the Secretary of State of said state at the Capitol Building at Uisiuarck, North Dakota, on the Stli day of January, 191S for the purpose of designating depositaries for the funds belonging to the said State of North Dakota, for the period of two years and until the depositaries which shall be designated on the sec ond Tuesday of January, 1920, shall have qualified by lavv. Proposals of State or National Hanks, doing business in the State of North Dakota will be received until the date of said meeting. Such proposals shall state what interest will be paid nrnonthly or average dally balances, on slie 1 funds as may be deposited by the State Treasurer in such deposi taries. Thi! rate of interest 3ha.Il be not less than two, nor more than three percent, and the amount for which any bunk shall be designated shall not ex ceed BO percent of its paid capital i.nil surplus. All proposals must be accompanied by a bond payable to the State, and executed by not less than seven free holders of the state, as sureties, or in •lieu of such personal bond, a surety company bond for the sum equal to the amount of funds which such bank may receive, may he filed. If a per sonal bond is furnished, It shall bo for a sum not less than double the amount of funds to be deposited in such bank at any one time. Blank applications and bonds may bo obtained by writing to the Secre tary of State at Bismarck, North Da kota. The right to reject any apd all bids is reserved. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, this 20th day of December, 1917. Lynn J. Frazier, Dated December 12th, A. D. 1917. Carl Bellach, Administrator. First publication on the thirteenth day of December, A. D. 1917. John J. Murphy & Ivan V. Metzger, Attorneys for Administrator, Williston, N. Dak. 26-4t. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE: FORE CLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That that certain mortgage executed and de livered by STEVE STROM, a single man. Mortgagor, to WELLS AND DICKEY COMPANY, a corporation, Mortgagee, dated the 12th day of Jan uary, 1915, recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Williams County, State of North Dakota on the 6th day of February, 1915 at 2:38 o'clock p. m., in Book 8 of Mortgages at page 318, will be foreclosed by the sale of the premises covered by said mortgage, and herein after described, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Williston, in the County of Williams, State of North Dakota at 2:00 o'clock P. M. on Monday the 4th day of February, 1918, to satisfy the amount due upon the mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in said mort gage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are as follows: The South Half of the Northwest Quarter (S 1-2 NW 1-4) and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter (N 1-2 SW 1-4) of Section Eight (8), Town ship One Hundred Fifty-seven (157) North of Range Ninety-eight (98) West of the 5th Principal Meridian in Wil liams County, North Dakota. The mortgagor having failed to pay in installment of interest in the amount pf Forty-five Dollars ($45) due No vember 1, 1916, and also an installment of interest in the amount of Forty-five Dollars ($45) due November 1, 1917, md also having failed to pay an in stallment of interest in the sum of Ninety Dollars (90) due November 1, 1916 on a prior mortgage, and an in stallment of interest in the sum of Ninety Dollars ($90) due November 1, 1917 on the said prior mortgage, which installments have been paid by said Mortgagee, and having also failed to pay taxes for the year 1916 In the amount of Fifty-one and 39-100 Dollars ($51.39), which taxes said Mortgagee has paid, said Mortgagee hereby de clares default and elects to declare the entire amount of said mortgage due and payable. There will be due on said mortgage on the day of sale the sum of FOUR HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE AND 84-100 DOLLARS ($445.84) together with the statutory attorney's fees and costs and disbursements of this foreclosure. Dated this 15th day of December, A. D., 1917. Wells and Dickey Company, Mortgagee. Hager and Corwin, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Grafton, N. Dak. Z7-7L COAL BIDS WANTED The undersigned will receive seal ed bids for the delivery of lignite coal, both screened and mine run, for the coming year, same to be delivered, as needed, at the Library, each bid to be accompanied by a Certified Check of $25.00 as guarantee that the success ful bidder will enter into contract with the Board for the carrying out of his bid, and furnish a Surety Bond for the sum of $200.00 for the faith ful performance of said contract. All coal must be weighed on the city scales. Bids will be received up to Decem ber 28, 1917. By order of the Board of Trustees, James Memorial Library. 25-4t. H. G. Hanson, Secy. Pro Tem. vov POOR PIS*! Governor. Thomas Hall, Secretary of State. Carl R. Kositzky, State Auditor. William Langer, Attorney General. State Board of Auditors. 28-3t NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Chris tine Bellacli, alias Christina Bellach, alias Christine Bellach', Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed Carl Bellach, Administrator of the Estate of Christine Bellach, alias Chris tina Bellach, alias Christine Bellach late of the Township of Pherrin in the County of Williams and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this no tice, to said Administrator at the office of John J. Murphy and Ivan V. Metz ger in the City of Williston, in said Williams County. PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 QEO. A. MctiEE E. & GOS8 McGee & Gobs Attorneys at Law General Law Practice Mi not, N. Dak. OR- DOCHTERMAN Physician and Surgeon Office in Union Block over First Na tional Bank Phone 38-2 Williston. N. D. DR E. J. HAGAN Physician and Surgeon Night and day calls promptly answer ed. Glasses properly fitted. Office—37-2 Residence—47-9 ff T. SKOVHOLT U. Sc. M. 1. Office Union Block Phone 57 for night and day call* Williston, N. D. £)R. MARY A. GOL DSCHLAGEB Williston's Pioneer Chiropractor Saykally Building, Main Street Williston North Dakota. E. TRAIN OR, M. D. Practice Limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Bruegger Block, Main Street Williston, N. D. £)R. A. McNIVEN Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Hospital in Connection Phone 341 Williston. N. fX ]£, E. KREiGER Veterinarian Assistant State Veterinarian Phone 879 Red Williston, N. D. A J. ARSENAULT State Licensed Embalmer Funeral Director—Funeral Suppliea Office Ellithorpe Bldg., 427 N. Maw fit Office Phone 126 Res. Phone 425 W. DISNEY Carpenter and Contractor Small jobs a specialty. Storm houity Sheds, putting on storm window*— 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 \|URPHY & METZGER Lawyers Phone 12—Old Williamft Count) Bank Bldg., Main St. Williston, North Dakota Tif W. A. LODGE NO. 539S Meet every Tuesday evening* at 8:00 o'clock sharp, in Odd Fellowm hall. Visitors always welcome. Arthur Evans, V. C. to* W. F. Cormany, Clerk TOS. J. FUNKE Tinner With the John L. Hagen Hdw. Co Main St. Guttering, Spouting and Metal Roofing Furnace Work Promptly Attend** lifOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. 5U A. F. & A. M. Fred H. Smith, W. M. Richard C. Ike, S. W. Sampel S. Hydle, J. W. B. J. Schoregge, Treaa. Chas. E. Newell, Secy. Ship Your Hides and Junk to Salsberg Bros. & Co. Formerly the .Northwestern Hide & Far Co. Highest Prices Quick Returns Shipping Tags and Prices on Request 15 1st Ave. East WILLISTON, N. D. Get a Can TO-DAY From Your Hardware or Grocery Dealer'