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The people of this vicinity are getting
anxious for spring.
R. V. Lewis and family and Frank
Houston and family spent Sunday
with Chas. Saunders.
Alice Carlisle was on the sick list a
few days the first of the week.
Chas. Saunders purchased a team of
Mr. Bowen last week.
Marion Haugen and wife took dinner
with J. O. Saunders Sunday.
Warren Hollo way and wife and
Charley Molmberg spent Sunday with
Miss Mayme Taylor spent a few
days of this week in the Westview
Warren Holloway and wife are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Calla
Marion Hanger was a Buford and
Mondak shopper Friday.
George Callawjty and wife called on
Mrs. Ernest Scott Friday afternoon.
The men of this vicinity assisted
Mr. Soe in hauling his house logs to
bis claim in the hills Monday.
C. G. Carlisle was a Buford and
Mondak caller Saturday.
Friday evening a surprise party
was given Etta Hanger in honor of
her birthday. The evening was passed
by plays and instrumental music, after
which lunch was served. All departed
for home at a late hour wishing her
many more birthdays.
O. A. Myer lost a fine horse last
Jellison Bros, and Clark Lohr helped
to unload a car of corn in Williston
The Misses Montgomery Chamber
lain, Messier and Sudee and Lula
Sheppard and Messrs. Sheppard,
Chamberlain and Keltner spent Sun
day ai the home of Wm. Marsh.
Abram Miller was in Williston Sun
Harry Clair was a caller in Eden
Miss Minnie Chamberlain spent
Saturday night at Sheppards.
Word received from Carl Smith
says he is in Canada looking for land.
LaFollette got two-thirds of the
votes in this township, Roosevelt next
and Taft got a goose egg.
B. F. Gelts is getting along fine
since his mixup with his bronk.
Jay Hathway and family called on
J. E. Messlers Sunday.
J. H. Rhodes hauled some baled
hay from town Monday.
Farmers, it is time to get that seed
grain cleaned and tested.
Arnold Carlson spent several days
in Williston last week taking the final
O. A. Myer and W. W. Keltnei
helped to organize a Sunday school
at Sand Creek Sunday.
B. F. Gelts is staying with W. W.
Keltner since he was hurt.
C. E. McCoy expects to go to Mon
tana in the near future to visit his
L. J. Gibson and wife were Willis
ton visitors last Thursday.
The friends and neighbors of Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Haviland gave them a
surprise last Wednesday evening.
The evening and a considerable part
of the next morning was very pleas
antly spent playing progressive cinch.
Refreshments were served at 1 a. m.
Walter Mitchell made a trip to Wil
liston Wednesday, returning home
Frank Morlan made a trip to Wil
liston Monday and had a load of
All Conditions Cash, Part Cash
or Crop Payments
IUm of Interest of People You Know In and
About Williams County.
The Tyrone socialists held their
meeting last Saturday evening. A
very good lecture was given by John
Cook. The next meeting will be Sat
urday evening, April 6 at Spring
Coulee school house. Mr. Cook has
promised to give a talk and another
speaker is also expected. Everybody
Isaac Webb, Frank Morlan, L. C.
Lemert and W. S. Mitchell were Wil
liston visitors Saturday.
Frank Morlan, wife and mother,
Mrs. Edmun H. Morlan, calfed at the
P. A. Campbell home Sunday.
John Moline and wife and W. S.
Mitchell and wife spent Sunday after
noon with Chas. Allred and wife.
Tom Heaton called on P. A. Camp
bell and L. C. Williams Friday.
Chas. Hellyer called at the E. O.
Lucas home one day last week.
Elmer Landis and Miss Tony Bera
nek visited the Garden Valley literary
last Friday evening and on their way
home got rather badly tangled up in
some snow banks and Roy Addyman
was seen the next day taking -the cut
ter home in a very bad condition.
Miss Beranek says the walking was
John Cook, Emery Landis, Steve
Landis, L. J. Gibson and A. C. Mil
ler of East Fork local visited the Ty
rone local last Saturday evening.
The result of the ballot at Spring
Coulee, Tyrone township last Tuesday
was as follows: LaFollette 10, Roose
velt 7, Burke 8. The township officers
elected were: Geo. J. Albrecht, Super
visor Chris Nelson, olerk Chas. All
red, Treasurer John Moline, Asses
sor A. C. Miller, road overseer Dist.
1 Geo. Hellyer, Road overseer Dist.
2 and Chas. West, Dist. 3.
Spring is coming, slow but sure.
Ed Hillstead and Hans Nelson were
Medicine Lake visitors last week.
E. Evenson and wife were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hoff Runday.
Albert Garkon is taking medical
treatment in Williston.
Mr. and Mrs. Angedahl and family,
Miss Lee, A. B. Anseth and Nels
Trogstad attended the Ladies Aid at
Mrs. J. Elton's Sunday.
P. Birkeland lost a good work horse
the other day.
"A. B." has been buying furniture
lately. We wonder what it means.
J. Dahle and Peter Haugen hauled
grain to Medicine Lake last week.
Otto Running returned from Mon
tana last Tuesday. He says baching
it isn't what its cracked up to be.
Hans Hillstead gave a dancing par
ty Saturday evening. Numbers were
sold on a sulky plough, Knute Chris
tianson drawing the lucky number.
Don't forget the Basket party Mar.
Spring came in rather cool, twenty
J. H. McKay was an over night vis
itor at Ray Thursday.
Mrs. Wm. Loughland was on the
sick list several days last week.
Our school closed Wednesday, the
teacher receiving the news that her
mother had the misfortune to get one
of her limbs broken and she had to go
home to nurse her.
Mrs. George R. Littlefield who has
been nursing her daughter, Mrs. E. O.
Westcott for the last ten days went
The Goldens who have been running
the hotel at the ferry, left for Mon
tana last week.
J. M. Craig who has been in Minne
sota since the holidays, returned home
Charles Austin was passing the ci
gars aroundjast week—he said he was
married to Mrs. Bront. You can't
most always tell what kids will do if
they have a chance.
Most of the people around here are
gathering supplies from'the different
towns before the breakup, when the
roads will be bad.
The weatner is fine and the farmers
are busy cleaning grain and getting
ready for spring work.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson were
Sunday visitors at O. N. Emery's.
The Eureka literary was well at
tended and the house could hardly
hold the crowd.
There will be a debate in the Gladys
hall April the 6th. The Hon. Col.
Yontz and Prof. Neil of Cottonwood
Lake will protect the present system
of government against the attacks of
Liman Brokaw and sister Fannie
arrived home on Saturday from Iowa.
The social given by the Helping
Hand club at the Palmer school house
on Friday evening was a grand suc
cess, the total receipts being $17.20.
The Helping Hand club will meet
with Mrs. S. J. Brokaw on Wednes
day, April 3rd.
Baqual was well represented in
M. E. Lippincott helped Bert Biggs
to butcher last Thursday.
The election was well attended con
sidering the weather.
Dick Gabert was an Epping caller
The R. F. D. inspector was in these
parts last week looking up a mail
route. Let everyone help to make
this a success.
A few more days like the last three
will make the snow scarce.
Viola Shipo has returned home
from Williston where she has been
staying with her grand-parents and
Dick Gabert was a Twelve Mile Hill
Vernie Hicks made a business trip
to Epping one day last week.
Seed grain is all the talk now.
Herbert Troutman of Enterprise,
Montana, was a visitor at the Clark
home two or three days this last week.
He bought a pair of horses from John
Hamilton Thursday and returned
A. L. Blankenship was in Williston
Thursday night and attended Co. ft.
school of instructions, which, were
conducted by Sargt. Olson.
Christian Blankenship helped Hen
ry Tellkamp of LaVerne, Minnesota,
build a shack on his claim which he
recently filed on.
R. and A. L. Blankenship attended
the annual roll call of the I. O. O. F.
in Williston Wednesday night.
Clint Wicks and family visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Clark, and B. C. Keihl
and family visited at Pete Goroud's
Mrs. Van Bernard was on the sick
list last week.
B. C. Keihl has bought a bird dog
from R. T. Wioks.
S. M. Clark was up near Howard
last week and bought some seed oats
from Mr. Fisher. As he had not been
out in the hot sunshine for some time
he sunburnee his face. It was ru
mored in town last Saturday that he
would have to bring an excuse he had
not been to town for a week. An ex
cuse will be unnecessary—one ,, look at
his face will do the work.
Harve Mitchell has employed Al
bert Blankenship to break a broncho
for him. The particulars will appear
next week also what doctor is waiting
always "bears" the market to get the. prices down when they are down he buys, and then "bulls "the market to get the pricc up. When he sells that's
the way he makes his money. Mr. Land Buyer, you can do the same. Land prices are away down NOW. It*s your opportunity to buy now and
when the prices advance sell if you wish. It only takes one good crop to put the prices back up where they should be. This is the year we are
going to get our crops. Buy now. Price from $10 up to $30, in all parts of: Williams and McKenzie counties.
Charlie Allred was in the city Mon
L. C. Williams spent Friday at the
home of L. C. Lemmert.
Miss Broneak visited with Mary
and Norene Lucas Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. L. C- Williams aud son Miies
spent Sunday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Tom Heaton.
The Sunday school is preparing an
Easter program to be given the 7th. of
Miss Alice Mitchell is spending the
week visiting with her grand-parents
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Havlind were
greatly surprised when thirty-eight of
their friends walked in on them Wed
nesday evening. Cards furnished the
amusement of the evening. A fine
lunch was served and all certainly en
Don't forget the literary Friday
evening, March 20th.
W. S. Mitchell went to town Wed
nesday returning Friday and moved
out his store house to use on his farm.
Mr. Dickie accompanied him, return
ing to Williston the next day.
Miss Annie M. Bickell spent Thurs
day at Chas. Gimberling's.
The Truax and Wilson schools
spent Friday with the Ellendale
school. The forenoon was spent in
regular form while the afternoon was
devoted to spelling and ciphering.
The contest in spelling was very close
between Truax and Ellendale but Tru
ax had to bear defeat. But when the
crayon.cutting came off and the dust
had cleared away, as usual, old Truax
was victorious and held her place at
Finley Pepple, Willis Patty, A. C.
Long and L. C. Kinoman were Willis
thn callers last Saturday.
Joseph Shanod and Pepple Bros,
were Epping callers Friday.
Clifford Gamble and lady friend
called at j^Chas. Gimberling's Satur
We wonder where Stanley could
have been over Saturday and Sunday.
Bob Bingerman and family Sun
dayed with David Willard's.
Mrs. Chas. Kindle departed for In
H. V. SMITH
diana Saturday on account of her
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bean and son
Jule, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gem
berling and Tom Bickell spent Sun
day with Pepple Bros.
Joseph Shanon and family spent
Sunday with John Fagans.
Miss Dona Seaton called on Mrs.
Bud Willard Tuesday.
Forest Brothers of Williston was in
these parts Saturday arranging for
moving upon the Henry Karp farm.
Some of the more important ques
tions which are under discussion in
these parts now are, woman suffrage,
spring weather, prospective season
and centralized school.
Wanted by everybody—Spring.
TWELVE MILE HILL
Larenoe Wilson was an Epping call
Chas. Potter has been staying a
few days on his homestead.
F. Farrell was in this neighborhood
The literary was well attended at
Twelve Mile Hill Friday night
Miss Hah Potter has gone to Ray to
work for awhile.
J. E. Long and Kenneys made a
trip to the river for poles this week.
A. C. Long and family and Elmer
Grisemer and family Sundayed with
E. C. Straton and family.
Robert Young and family are spend
ing a few days at Ray.
Willis Patty was on a round-up
-Man or Manager
Following is an extract from an in
teresting editorial discussion in the
April American Magazine:
"Last week I called on the president
of a big concern uptown. My card
was taken by a little girl who sat
shivering at a desk in a draughty out
side corridor by the elevators. You
know what bitter weather we have
been having, well, the suction of those
elevators set up a breeze that you
would have said came from the north
side of the North Pole. The office
manager had placed her ..there be
cause it was the conventional place for
her to be a thing again he would not
dream of doing as a man, but being
manager, he did it and thought noth
ing of it. When Iwent inside, the
All next week tne Williston Greenhouse will have on
sale in the Wilson Building one door south of the
Model Market a display of Easter plants and flowers in
cluding Roses, Azaleas, Hydraengeas, Dafodills, Jonquils,
Hyacinths, Lilacs, Ferns, Asparagues, Palms, etc.
Our cut flowes assortment will consist of everything in
season. Prices will not be advanced for Easter season.
Out of town orders by express will be packed and
delivered to the express company without extra charge.
all orders to Williston Greenhouse
president was just sending off a big
check to a tuberculosis-fund. He is a
splendid fellow he too as a man
would never in the world expose the
girl to an Al chance of pneumonia in
that boreal draught but being presi
dent, no doubt he took her as thought-,
lessly for granted there as he would
NOTICE TO MGOWIOS
Dog tax for the coming year will be
due Anril 1st. Male dogs 12.00: V
male 95.00. An aluminum tag will
issued as soon as tax is paid whii
must be worn on collar ox dog. The
city ordinance provides that all dogs
untagged and unlicensed must be ta
ken to the city pound and kept three
days before being destroyed.
J. C. Bromberg,
City Pound Maater.
SAT. una 1J12
All the latest Parisiai
styles in dress and
Never before was
such an up-to-date line
of millinery shown in
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