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King Quality Hi-arch shoes and
oxfords—for sale by Botton Bros.
See Bergman for farm or city
see E. R.
For hail insurance
L. M. Groves was an Angie vis
itor here Tuesday.
A small house for rent—See E.
R. Brownson. 48
Miss Rhodes of Rock Lake, N.
D., was a visitor here Tuesday.
Houses to rent, $25 to $100 per
month, see Ovlia Dow. 46
W. C. McClintock of Tioga was
a business visitor here Saturday.
For good bargains in city prop
erty see Ovila Dow. 45
Gus W. Everson of Ray was at
tending to business here Saturday.
in Wegleg Block. 47
.Hail Insurance—Write it now.
See H. V. Smith. 44-tf
Mr. and Mrs. P. Heliand were
Trenton visitors in this city Sat
A modern house for sale or rent
See E. R. Brownson. 43
gage Loans, Rooms 3-4 Graphic
Block. Williston. N. D. 38-tf
Has demonstrated that of two
loaves oi bread* one raised
with Royal Baking Powder,
You Can't Have
Money to loan on farm or city
property—Williams County Real
ty Co. 46
H, M. Williamson was among
the Alexander visitors in this city
But you may own a piece of it. The man who
pays rent year after year is the lemon the landlords
like to squeeze. No need to submit when we of
fer you the chahce to own choice REAL ESTATE
on easy terms, same as paying rent. Make your
wife a gift of the deed to her home. Then do
your own squeezing till the happy days of last pay
ment. Money always on hand for
First and Second Mortgage Loans
WILLISTON, N. DAK.
Rooms 3 and 4 Graphic Block PhoneNo. 17
W. J. Champion, funeral direct
or hearse at your disposal, 24 west
Broad wav. 39
A. Miles returned Saturday
from Minnesota where he spent
Cluett shirts $1.50 and up,
guaranteed ast color.—Green
gard Bros. 41
J. H. Barett and O. H. Clement
were visitors in the city this week
Don't forget the sale at the Fal
kanger & Hamre furniture store.
Phone 330. 46
Mr. and Mrs. George Gilmore
have returned home from a visit
to the Twin Cities.
A house for sale on the install
ment plan. See Brownson about
James B. Ewing of Pembina
was a visitor in the City of Oppor
Montana grown alfalfa—20c per
pound—East Broadway Feed
tho Royal ralsod PjfpG
loaf ia 32 pot* oontm noM
dlgomtlblo than tho otho*m
E. W. Adams was a Kenmare
visitor in the city the first of this
and the other with alom bak- #lw®WWV
W. B. Overson went to Havre
yesterday to attend to business.
Mrs. L. K. Fish of Glasgow is
assisting the Graphic force in
their work this week.
A baby girl arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gibbons
on Wednesday, May 18th.
Mrs. I. C. Stewart was called
to Minneapolis last week to see
her mother who is quite sick.
Robert Norheim was among the
Alexander visitors here Friday
The Bush and Lane piano is
sold by W. J. Champion, 24 west
O. E. Grondahl of Lyndale, was
a visitor in the City of Opportu
nity last Saturday.
"King Quality" shoes for men,
$4.00, $4.50 and $5.00, for sale by
Botton Bros. 42
Mr. and Mrs. Byrne of Arne
gard were among the visitors in
Williston this week.
Our $10, $12, $12.50 Suits for
men are guaranteed to fit and give
satisfaction.—Greengard Bros. 41
United Lutheran church sur
vices in th3 court house Sunday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Bargains in furniture await you
at the Falkanger & Hamre store
where a special sale is now on.
Phone 330. 46
T. J. Neelands of Minot came
up Friday to look after his farm
land near this city.
Falkanger & Hamre have just
received a car load of new furni
ture which will be sold during the
present sale at reduced prices. 46
Miss Grace Nelson of Leeds is
visiting with her sisters, Mrs.
Keyes and Mrs. Jeffrey.
The finest line of Pingree ox
fords and shoes for women at
Miss Nellie Leddel of Mondak
spent Saturday and Sunday with
her sister, El main this city.
Wear "King Quality" shoes.
The best made for sale by Botton
Atty. L. J. Sutton of Minot was
among the business men in this
city the latter part of last week.
See H. V. Smith for Hail In
surance now. Remember only 6
per cent. 44tf
Mrs. Widman and Vivian Maser
were among the notables in the
city Saturday from Springbrook.
Timothy seed grown by L. O
Higley, for sale at East Broadway
Feed Store. 43
See Bergman if you have land to
sell. We are ready to buy ten
quarters^ Office in Wegley Blk.
Just received a consignment of
organs.—W. J. Champion, Wil
liston, N. D. .41
Joe L. Shiely returned to his
home in Havre Tuesday evening
after spending a few days with his
friends in this city.
Go to W. J. Champion, 24 west
Broadway, for pictures and pict
ure framing. 39
Miss Mattie Leddel was in
Williston the first of this week
making final proof on her home
stead near Bonetraill.
H. V. Smith for 6 per cent Hail
insurance. Do it now, Agents
Joe Evander and wife have ar
rived in Williston from Minot.
Mr. Evander is assisting at Swab
& Kather's drug store.
The best $10, $12 and $12.50
suits for men in the northwest at
E. A. Palmer is the proud dady
of a bouncing baby boy which ar
rived at his house this morning.
Help yourself to his cigars.
Hart Schaffner & Marx suits for
young men, hand tailored, $18 to
$35 at Greengard's. 41'
T. A. Stenehjem reports the ar
rival of a fine baby girl who made
her appearance at his home on
Wednesday, May 11th.
Step in and we will show you
the new style grey suit for this
spring.—Greengard Bros. 41
Chas- B. Peterson, one of the
leading farmers on route two,
northwest of the city, was a caller
at the Graphic office Friday.
Hail, Hail, Hail Insurance. Let
H. V. Smith write it now only 6
per cent. Agents wanted. 44tf
Mr. Linseth of Bemidji, Minn.,
arrived in the city last week to
accept a position in the shoe de
partment at Hedderich's store.
Do you want a monument or
tombstone? W. J. Champion is
agent for the Northwestern Mar
ble Works of Crookston, Minn. 39
E. G. Greenup returned to his
home in Spokane Monday after
attending to business conuected
with the Williston Land company.
I am selling pianos on the in
stallment plan and you will thus
be enabled to get a first class pia
no on easy terms. Call and see
them. W. J. Champion, West
Broadway, Williston, N. D. 46
See Bergman if you wish to
make a loan long or short time.
Money paid over as soon as pa
pers are signed. Office in Weg
Mrs. W. H. Bowles of the Mar
mon neighborhood, was in this
city Monday to meet Mrs. I. B.
Royal and children who arrived
from Spokane, Wash. They ac
companied Mrs. Bowles home for
Do yon know that Baking Powder
undergoes a chemical reaction in the
process of baking which entirely changes
the nature of the original substance It's a fact.
One of the greatest authorities on Chemistry in the
country found that a loaf of bread made from a quart
of flour, leavened with Cream of Tartar Baking Powder,
contained 45 grains more Rochelle Salts than is contained in
one Seidlitz Powder.
Remember, this drug was not in the can. It was formed by the
chemical reaction that took place in baking.
That is why so many baking powders which produce impurities In the
baking can be advertised as 'absolutely pure." It may be pure in th® can,
but it is not necessarily pure in the food.
CALUMET is absolutely fre« from every impurity. Fee', lpnvened with it contains
no Tartaric Acid, Rochelle Salts, Alum, Lime or Ammonia. It is chemically correct.
CALUMET is the only high-grndc ba'isvn sold at a moderate price. Do
not confuse it with the cheap and big can kinds, or the high-priced Trust brands.
It stands alone.
Ask your Grocer for and insist on having
IiOST—On road going north by north
lane Tuesday, May 10, black leather
hand bag. Finder leave at Graphic
office. Mrs. O. (J. Ekeberg, R. R. 1,
Williston, N. D. 47-ltp
FOR SALE—Three-year-old, 850-lb
pony mare gentle, well broken for
riding or driving raised a pet. With
or without new buggy and good har
ness. Phone 347, 47-ltp
Fred Southard, who has been
confined to his home with rheuma
tism for the past two weeks, is
able to attend to his business down
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Paulson
and Mrs. N. F. Holland visited
with friends at Burns' ranch in
McKenzie county from Saturday
Paul Marelius, Francis Ander
son, Anthony Arsenault and Fran
ces Bell went to Bufore Friday
evening ard made the music for a
Dr. W. W. Brown and wife of
Garrison, N. D., left Friday after
a visit with their friends, Mr. and
Mrs. L. F- Perkins in the City of
Emil Mygleburt, one of the
Bonetraill farmers, was attending
to business in this city Saturday.
He was among the callers at the
Fresh buttermilk and the very
best .fresh creamery butter atj
Sharp's Ice Cream and Butter fac
tory. Patronize home industry
and get the best. 47
Dr. and Mrs. Baker enjoyed a
short visit from Mrs. Beagle of
Austin, Minn., Sunday. Mrs.
Beagle was on her way to her new
home in Sidney, Mont.
Call on the Savings Loan and
Trust Co. Room 8, Rawson Block,
if you want a Farm or City loan
on short notice. We offer the
lowest rates, privilege payments,
and all applications are OK at
this office. No delay on our part. 46
Miss Thura Truax, formerly of
this city, was married last Satur
day to Mr. James Hires of Phila
delphia. The wedding occurred
in that city, where they will make
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Calderwood
of Savoy, Mont., are visiting with
their friends in this city. Mrs.
Calderwood has just retuaned from
a visit with her brother in McKen
E. R. Brownson and J. A. Cor
bett of Williston were over to
Schafer in their auto last Sunday
evening, returning the same night.
The Record acknowledges a very
pleasant call during which Editor
Corbett very favorably comment
ed on our new office equipment.—
Schafer RecoM. ..
Received highest award
World's Pure Food Ex
position, Chicago, 1907.
The following prices are
rected to date:
Wheat No. 1 Northern
Durum No. 1
Cattle, per pound 044
Sheep .. .05
Hogs, dressed, per lb 12
Dressed Veal .10
Butter per pound .25
Eggs, per doz .23
Potatoes, per bu .50
Rutabages per bu ... 50
Turnips, per bu .50
Carrots, per bu 1.00
Parsnips, solid, per bu 1.00
Beets, per bu ,.75
you expect to need
money to add to
your present equip
ment for farming, we
would like to furnish it.
We make it a practice to
take care of our patrons,
not only when they get a
loan, but during the time
the loan runs, by accom
modation paper. You
give us a chance and we
will extend the same
courtesy to you.
Wffluton, N. D.
Flax No. 1 1.80
Barley per bushel .45
Oats per bushel ... .31.