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Thursdayf May 16, 1918.
DOINGS or I THE VAN LOONS •mis WNT TIMS. wm Jm FIGHTING MITES Just at this time the men and wom en who have been making: money with their poultry when their neighbors were getting nothing but feed bills are making ready for the most un welcome of all pests in the poultry yard—mites. By dearly bought ex perience they know that the best time to fight mites is before they get start ed, for once started in a poultry house, it is almost impossible to get rid of these deadly parasites. Or at best, you will have a long hard fight and lots of hard work ahead. Mites won't be much in evidence now, but they will be very soon if GIRLS! YOU CAN I LIFT THEM OFF Doesn't hurt a bit to lift your $ sore, touchy corns right out A noted Cincinnati authority dis covered anew ether compound and called it freezone and a quarter ounce of it now can be had for a few cents at any 4rug store. You simply apply a"few drops of, this magic freezone upon* a^tender corn£or painful callus and instantly ithe jsore-, nets disappears, then shortly7you\win find the corn or callus so loose that you can lift it off with the fingers. You feel no pain, not a particle of soreness, either when applying freezone or afterwards, and it doesn't even ir ritate the skin. Hard corns, soft corns or corns be tween the* toes, also toughened calluses, just shrivel up and lift off so easy. It is wonderful! It works like a charm. Try it! Women should keep it on their drsss ers and never let a corn ache twice. GEO. A. McGEE E. B. GOSS McGee & Goes Attorneys at Law I General Law Practice Minot, N. Dak. J/rv ivivvv-i »/!ivVv DR. DOCHTERMAN Physician and Surgeon I Office In Union Block over First National Bank Phone 38-2 Williston, N. D. DR. E. J. HAGAN Physician and Surgeon RFC Night and day calls promptly an- TW swered. Glasses prooerly fitted. Office 37-2—Residence 37-3 M. E. TRAINOR, D. Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat Practice Limited to Bruegger Block, Main Street Williston, N. D. DRS. NICHOLSON DISTAD A. S. MkktlMi, X. D. O. E. DiitaA M. D. Office Union Block, Williston, N. D. Telephones: Offloe 327-2—Residence 327-3 Day and Night calls promptly DR. T. H. DAVID. D. C. Uoenaed in North Dakota OBcei in Hedderleh Block Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m. Sundays by Appointment DR. A. McNIVEN Veterinary Surgeon Hospital in Connection Phone 341 Williston, N. D. R. E. KREIGER Veterinary Surgeon Professional Cards Assistant State Veterinarian -J- Phone 379 Red Williston. N. D. N3VN UDOfr HftWy eu^MT TO ASKAM«0 OfX VOV^SSkU^ VOU &H0VL &H0Vt-O S PSAK TO r-lA feGajO*WSE \OV WSH TOfctAMR 7 VOW KBAW K.fcnW»lNi V* _JH"5 NONSSNS'CA*- ba8c® c,'o AVMAV ••M BUSI: r. CARE OF POULTRY Written expressly for Graphic readers by C. E. Conkey. Don't wait until your birds become thin in fleaii, until the face and comb turn pale, until setting hens leave the nest frequently or forsake nests entirely as they grow sick and are forced to give up in self defence. Don't wait until your little chicks get droopy, show bowel trouble and die off. These are only a few of the symptoms of mites and their deadly work. Don't wait till you see them. Start now and extermine mites. When you start fighting mites be thorough. Remove all filth from or around the poultry house. Burn all the litter. Remove roosts, next box es and all apparatus attached to the walls so that you can clean the house thoroughly. Then spray with a good lice liquid. Do it right. Soak every crack and crevice with the prepara tion. Do it early in the day so that the fumes will not be too strong at roosting time and so that the house may dry out. After one or two good applications of this kind the mites will be pretty well under control. Then I A. J. ARSENAULT Funeral Director—Funeral Supplies 3 Office Ellithorpe Bldg. 427 N. Main St. & Office Phone 126 Res. Phone 425 THOMAS M. COONEY Attorney at Law Williston, North Dakota Heffernan Block Phone No. 45 WILLIAM G. OWENS Attorney at Law Office in Rawaon Block Williston, North Dakota hcox^xiX!:icicicc?:tcfXfxtc)«XKr? MURPHY ft METZGER Phone 12—Old Williams County Bank Bldg., Main St. Williston, North Dakota MOUNT MORIAH LODGE NO. 51—A. F. ft A. M. Fred H. Smith, W. M. Richard C. Ike, S. W. Sam pel S. Hydle, J. W. B. J. Schoregge, Treas. Chas. E. Newell, Secy. [^axooiop^oMcixmoicciQK^Kj M. W. A. LODGE NO. 5396 •ccto Every Tuesday Eveata* at 9 o'clock sharp, in Odd Fellows hall. Visitors always welcome. Arthur Evans, V. C. W. F. Cormany, Clerk JOS. J. FUNKE With the John L. Hagen Hdw. Co. Main St. Guttering, Spouting and Metal Roofing 7 Furnace Work Promptly Attended f^m^mX0!C«XlXOXK^XO3Kl J. W. DISNEY I Snail Jobs a Specialty I Storm houses. Sheds, putting on iL storm windows—Short order work SK of all kinds. & 0 IP Phone 158 WILLISTON GRAPHIC I you don't start your preparations now. elites are extremely small, spider-like parasites, so small that often they are overlooked, for to the uninitiated a swarm of mites looks much like a little' reddish brown dust, —found usually in a corner or in the cracks or crevices of the poultry house. Look closely, however, and you will see that the supposed dust has life. It is a countless swarm of mites waiting for their prey. What a welcome they will give your birds when your fowls seek their roosts to enjoy a well-earned rest. The mites will then emerge from those corners, cracks and crevices and swarm over the roosts and over the bodies of your birds, biting or boring through the skin, 'sucking the blood, depriving your flock of their vitality. Small chance for you to get eggs or big fat market birds if your birds are supporting an army of mites. N. D. & Williston, .^HememsBiBiemefeBeiemeieieie? VSM »P- MA WAS TO VOW OtW^HT TO HAVSL M0Ra S&NSB THAN "TO TMIN«L U'O this WAX DO 00 WANT re WHAT THE VICTORY OR DEFEAT OF GERMANY MEANS TO EVERY AMERICAN (Contributed by ALBERT PAY SON TERHUNE, author and globe-trotter, to the National Security League's campaign of Patriotism Through Edu cation.) Germany's victory would mean all that the alarmists have said—the set back of humanity, democracy, clvilima tlon, rights of man, etc. But, to Amer ica, it would mean infinitely more. It would mean our first national de feat and, thus, would smash our per fect record for victories—a record as old as our nation—a record that means more than the right to brag. Even as a beaten army never wholly regains Its old form—even as a beaten ring cham pion sinks at once Into desuetude—so our nation (its traditions of victory gone) would suffer far worse deteriora tion than the mere fact of defeat could inflict. It would mean that the man who has risked all in his country's struggle for Right could never again feel his former calm certainty that RigWt must tri umph. Thus, the moral tone of the In dividual, as well as of the nation, would inevitably be lowered. This country has never embarked In a war of conquest. Prom 1775 to the present we have fought for Liberty or for Union or for the Oppressed—ever for some sterling principle of rig^t. Prom childhood we have been taught to believe that the high unselfishness of our war aims has given us the vic tory. Wis have seen the decay or de struction of men and nations that have battled for dominion—as Germany la now battling. Should we fail In this, our mightiest war for the Right, the average man must lose forever the simple Faith which has led our dear country from nothingness to its pres ent estate. For that Faith, more than for anything else, our sacrifice ta a hundredfold Justified. I Your Country Calls! Awake, Americans! M*ke this war your war. Every man must prove Right Is Might It means your liberty, If not your life. Combat German propaganda hera. Attack everything aa-Am ericas I -lse the lice liquid chiefly abput the roosts and nests, but don't let up. Keep right after the mites until you get the very last one. Even when you whitewash the insite of the house, mix in a little disinfectant lice liquid as another drive at the mites. Eternal vigilance is the price of peace in poultry keeping as in other affairs of life. If you want your hens to live in peace, attack the mites now and keep them on the run. Garden Plowing and Ash Hauling1 PHONE 596 L. J. Garretson H. W. Brown the well known piano tuner representing the A. P. Curtis Piano House of Helena, Mont., is in the city for a few-days. All who wish their piano tuned will phone or leave their orders at the Great Northern Hotel as it %ill be impossible to so licit. All work guaranteed. ..OOIIKEW^ la thair .CO LIC LIQUID dlapaae of lice and and help blrdt wow. lie. I CONKEV'8 WHITEDIAB CONKEV'8 WHITEDtABKHEA liKMJCDY and OONKBY'S'OAPK REMEDY both »«vochicta.*c,»c Always have OONKEVS RUUF It KM KDY read*. »£.«£. THEQTE. OONltEYCO. Conker Bids Cle The Huns Abroad and The Pacifists at Home (Contributed by CASPAR WHIT NEY, now at the front for the "N. Y. Tribune," to the National Security League's campaign of Patriotism ThrtAigh Education.) Although Germany, while yet a "friend," intrigued against our peace and order, urged Japun and Mexico to make war on us. and murdered our men, women and children, there are those among us professing loyalty and intelligence who practically say this is not our war and appear unable to real ize that the defeat of the boche is as vital to us Americans as was the vic tory of 1776. Then we declared for Independence now we fight to maintain It. It is not merely that we Gght In answer to indignity and material in jury done us through attack on our rights as a nation and on the lives of our citizens—not merely to uphold our place among self-respecting peo ples—that we are at war but literally for our self preservation as a republic. To muzfle this war-mad wild beast we have taken up arms—that the world shall be safe for the freemen of the world. The world cannot rest In peace while Germany holds the destiny of other peoples in her blood-dripping hands. The world cannot live in peace with a people that commits, or permits her sponsors to commit in her name, the foul acts of treachery, of vandalism, of bestiality, of murder, that have marked the trail of the German army over Europe. One doctrine or the other must pre vail either the German brutal right of might or the civilised night of right one or the other—must succumb In thla conflict to the death. And should It be the German doctrine—then shall we fall under the domination of a people that have robbed and raped and looted and burned and killed, that the "kultur" of a military oligarchy ahall live. truth, Justice or mercy, as ltiown acta have proved, and Its defeat Is a neces sary first step for the peace of the world and the freedom of civilisation. For the safety of American Institu tions It must be destroyed for the safety of American freedom, yours and mine and of all of us. We are In the midst of war, our war, the war of every freeman, of every mil nd woman who does not Indorse cowsrffiy murderous assault upon the weak and innocent, brutal injustice, and atrocious acts and If we would preserve the Stars snd Stripes and all they stand for we must fight the Huns abroad and the pacifists at home with all eur strength. L. BANKRUPT'S PETITION FOR DISCHARGE In the District 1918 Court of requirements Evidently JUST C&CAUSS iHE WANTC. TO DO OU A, AND TEACH OU How TO P4K AM.TION 9RIDCE VOV A*6- rioi "TO SLACfrt O r5 the United States, District of North Dn.kot.i. In the Matter of Frederick R. Fred erlckson, Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. To the Honorable Charles F. Air.idon, Tud^e of the District Court of the United States for the District of Fr^derick^R.^Frederickson, of Willis ton in the County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, in said Dis trict resoectfully represents that on [he 27th Say of March, 1917. last past he was duly adjudged bankrupt under the acts of Congress relating bank ruptcy that he has duly surrendered all his property and rights of prop erty, and has fully compiled with all the of said acts of the orders of the court touching his bank- rUWHEREFORE, He prays that he may he decreed by the court to have a full dfscharlr from all debts Provable against his estate under said bankrupt Scfil except such debts as are except ed by law from such discharge. Dated this 16th day of April, A. D. Frederick R. Frederlckson. Bankrupt. Order of Netlee Tfetma District of North Dakota, ss.: On this 4th day of May, A. D.. 1»1S. nn read ng the Petition for Discharge of the above named Bankrupt, it Is, ORDERED By the court, that a hear ine be had upon the same before the Honorable Judge of the U. 8. District court in the S. Sourt House at Far go on Wednesday, the 3rd day of July, A 1918. at ten o'clock in the fore noon and that notice thereof be pub Fished in The Williston Graphic, a newspaper printed in said district, and all known creditors and other persons In interest may appear at the nn that said °"tVrne and place and sfiow cause. If any they have, why the prayer of the said petition should not be grant ed. And it is further ordered by the court, that the Referee in charge shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them as required by law. WITNESS The Honorable Charles F. Amidon, Judge of the said court, and the seal thereof, at Fargo, In said dls on the 4th day of May, A. D., trict 1918. (Seal) 48-lt. Father VS/OUM VOW Do M6. A. RAVOA. GRANDMA SUMMONS State of North Dakota. County of Williams, ss. In District Court, Eleventh Judicial District. Ernest Bylin, Plaintiff, vs. Ole El lingson, Anna Eillngson, StudehaktM Bros. Co., a corporation. Ruth L. Kil gore, George Klfgore, William Kllgore. Harry Kilgore, Katie Larson, Emma Hanson. Nettie Trowbridge, Nellie Kil gore, Frank Kilgore, Martin Retrum, L. C. Hoisveen, Betsey Norman, Ben J. Hoisv.een, Jennette Hoisveen, Cecil Hoisveen, Carl Oscar Hoisveen and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in or lien or encum brance upon the property described in the complaint. Defendants. Summons The State of North Dakota to the above named defendants:— You and each of you are hereby sum moned to answer the complaint of the plaintiff which has been filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, Eleventh Judicial District within and for the County of Williams and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers within thirty (30) days af ter the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such ser vice, and in case of your failure to ap pear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 17th day of January, A. P., 1918. C.RAY & MYERS, Plaintiff's Attorney, Residence and post office address, Grafton, Walsh County, North Dakota. To the defendants named In the fore going summons:— You and each of you will take no tice that this action relates to ana is brought for the purpose of determin ing adverse claims in and quieting title to the following described real estate, situate in the county of Williams, State of North Dakota, to-wit:— The Southwest Quarter of Section thirteen, Township one hundred and lil'ty-six north, of range ninety-five (SW 1-4, 13-156-95) and that no personal claim is made against the defendants or either or any of them. Dated January 17th, 1918. GRAY & MYERS, Plaintiff's Attorney. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Williston, N. D„ April 6. 1918. llt NOTICE is hereby given that Emllle Wright formerly Emille Poehler, or Alexander, N. D., care W Charlie Howat, who, on January 9, 1915, made Homestead entry, No. 021066, for S 1-1 NE 1-4 and S 1-2 NW 1 *. Section S3, Township 153 N., Range 100 W„ 6th P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore The Register and Receiver, U. 8. Land Office, at*Williston, N. D., on the 27th day of May, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Charlie Howat. Mames McCutcheon, Levi Nelson, of Alexander, N. D. Carl Groseth, of Williston. 4 4 61. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. is. Land Office at Williston, N. D., April 20 1918. NOTICE Is hereby given that Millie D. Uhlman, of Alexander, N. D.. who, on July 3, 1913 & Sept. 4, 1914, made Homestead entry, No. 0198i7. for SE 1-4 SW 1-4, Sec. 11. NE 1-4 NW 1-4, N 1-2 NE 1-4, SE 1-4 NE 1-4, and N 1-2 SE 1-4, Section 14, Township 152 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 J. B. Strand, U. S. Commissioner, at Schafer, N. D., on the 29th day of May, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Tom Heggelund. of Arnegard, N. D. Andrew Johnston, of Watford City, N. D. Christ Englestad. of Alexander, N. D. Herman Johnson, of Arnegard, N. 45-6t. W. E. Byerly, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Williston. N. D.. April 25. 1918. NOTICE is hereby given that Henry G. Lindvlg, of Williston, N. D., who. on April 3. 1914 & Sept. 3, 1914, made Homestead entry, No. 020484 ft 020794, for SE 1-4 and S 1-2 SW 1-4, Sec. 2 and N 1-2 NW 1-4, Section 11, Township 152 N., Range 101 W.. 6th P. Meridian, has Died notice of intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before Te Register Sc. Receiver, U. S. Land of fice, at Williston. N. D„ on the 4 th day of June, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: G. S. Elelson, Carl Groseth, Fred Ackerman all three of Williston, N. D. James McCutcheon, of Alexander, N. D. 4«-6t. W. E. Byerly. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. ». Land office at Williston, N. D., April 26. 1918. NOTICE Is hereby given that Johanna Peterson formerly Samstad, of Willis ton, N. D„ who, on 8ept. 12. 1913, made Homestead entry, serial No. 019525, for SE 1-4 8W 1-4, Sec. 23, and NE 1-4 NB 1-4, Sec. 26, S 1-2 SW 1-4. Section 24, Township 153 N., Range 101 W., 5th P. Meridian, has filed notice of Inten tion to make three year Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above describ ed, before The Register ft Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Williston, N. D., on the 20th day of June, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Martin Samstad. Paul Pau|8°n Rollie. Charlie Carlson, all of Willis ton. N. D. 48-t. W. E. Byerly, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Williston, N. D., May 7, 1918 NOTICE is hereby given that Laur etta B. Stine formerly Lauretta B. Row of Marraon, N. D., who, on July 1. 1914, made Homestead entry, No. 020651 for W 1-2 NW 1-4 and N 1-2 SW 1-4. Section 8, Township 157 N., Range 100 W., 5th P. Meridian, has filed noticjj of Intention to make three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before The Register ft Re- S1. J. A. Montgomery, Clerk. elver, U. S. Land Office, at Williston, D.. on the 19th day of June, 1918 Claimant names as witnesses: Frank J. Kelly, Mrs. Margareat Rowe of Marmon. N. IX, who, on July 1, all of Marmon, N. D. 48-6t. W. E. Byerly, Register. P»p Nine would Ilk* the Mm to spread NOTICE OF MORTGAGE RORIOLO* SURE SALE BY ADVERTI8EMBIVT Notice is hereby given that that cer tain mortgage, made, executed and de livered by Samuel Thompson and Eva Thompson, his wife, mortgagor, to The Williams County State BanK of Wil liston, N. P., a corporation organised and existing under the laws of the State of North Dakota, mortgagee^ dated January 23rd, 1914. and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of Williams County, North Da kota on the 23rd day of January, 1914, at 1:18 p. ni., and recorded In book 109 of mortgages at page HO will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises In such mortgage and hereinafter de scribed, pursuant to the power of sale in such mortgage contained, at the front door of the Court House in the Cltv of Williston, County of Williams and State of North Dakota on tho 15th day of June 1918, at the hour of two o'clock, p. m., of said day, to satisfy the amount clue upon said mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described In said mort gage, and which will be sold to satis fy the same, are those certain prem ises situated in the County of Wil liams and State, of North Dakota, de scribed as follows: The South Half of the Southwest Quarter (S 1-2 SW 1-4) of Section Fifteen (15) Township One Hundred .and fifty-three (153) north of Range One Hundred threa (103) west. Default having been made in the terms and conditions of the said mort gage by failure of the mortgagor to pajr the installments due upon said mort gage and mortgagee having been com pelled to pay $62.72 interest on a prior first mortgage on said land and also to pay on April 27th. 1918, $69.32 taxes on said land, mortgagee elects to and does hereby declare the whole of said motrgage due and payable and there will therefore be due on the same on the day of sale the sum of $215.49, ex clusive of the costs and expenses of said sale. The Williams County State Bank of AVilliston, N. 1)., Mortgagee. Ernest A. Francis Attorney for Mortgagee Williston, N. D. 46-€t NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORT GAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Notice is hereby given that that cer tain mortgage, executed and delivered by Annette M. Foster and R. C. Fos ter, wife and husband, mortgagors to the Williston Land Company, a cor poration, mortgagee, dated the 20th day of May 1915, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Williams and State of North Dakota at the hour of 4:0f o'clock P. M. on the 21st day of Mar 1915, and recorded in Book 112 of Mortgages at page 491, will be fore closed by a sale of the premises In such mortgage and hereinafter describ ed at the front door of the Court ty of Williams and State of North Da House in the City of WlUlaston. Coun kota, at the hour of two o'clock P. M. on Saturday, the 25th day of May 1918, to satisfy the ameunt due on suon mortgage on th« day of sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same Is as follows Let thirteen (13), Block Two (2). Weg ley's Addition to the City of Williston. North Dakota. There will be due on such mortgage on th« day of sale the sum of Two hundred fifteen dollars and twenty one cents (1216.21), together with the statutory costs of foreclosure. Dated May 17, 1918. Williston Land Company, a corporation. Mortgagee. Geo. A. Gllmore, Williston. N. D. Att'y for Mortgagee. 44-tL NOTICE OF MEAL ESTATE MOR8 GAGE FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS, Default has been mado In the terms and conditions of the mortgage hereinafter described bf 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 electe4 and hereby declared the entire mort gage Indebtedness due and payable as authorized by the said mortgage, now therefore, NOTICE is hereby given that the certain mortgage, made, executed and delivered by Walter Addyman. a sin gle man, Mortgagor, to T. L. Belseker. Mortgagee, dated the 1st day of .De cember, 1913, and filed for record la the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Williams, and State Of North Dakota on the 11th day of Do* cember, 1913 at 2:26 o'clock P. M. and there recorded In Book "98" of Mort gages at Page "446," will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises In such mort gage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the Court House, at Wil liston, in the County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the forenoon, on tho 22nd day of May, A. D., 1918, 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 Dakota and are described as follows, vie: The Southeast quarter (SE 1-4) of Sec tion Thirty-one (3D. In Township One Hundred Fifty-Seyen(157) North. Range One Hundred (100) West of tho Fifth Principal Meridian, containing 160 acree. more or less according to the Government Survey thereof, There will be due on such mortgqga at the date of sale, including one de linquent note of fSOO.OO ana Interest thereon one delinquent Interest coupon of $30.60 and Interest thereon one de linquent note of 930.00 and Interest thereon all of which were due De cember 1. 191*. and secured by prior mortgages also real estate taxes for the year 1913. and Interest thereon all of which notes, coupon and taxe* the mortgagee herein has been re quired to pay and has paid in order to protect his Interests In the mortgage under foreclosure, the sum of one Thousand One Hundred Forty-one and 89-100 (91141.89) Dollars, exclusive of costs, disbursements aiyl attorney'* fees allowed by law. Dated this 5th day of April 191S. T. Belseker, Mortgagee. Arthur Netcher. Attorney for Mortgagee, 43-6t. Feesenden, North Dakota Subscribe for tha Graphic. 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