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"None but God and I knows
what is in my heart!"
There at Beni-Mora, at the edge of
the Sahara desert, the Sand Diviner
foretold to Domini Enfilden, the Eng
lish woman, what the threads of
fate had woven. And yet—it is im
possible to combat Fate—and Love
is also blind! When Boris the stran
ger came, all else was as nothing to
the woman who loved—the more pas
sionately because she had never be
fore known Love!
And when the storm broke—when
the sky suddenly darkened and the
wind came—and the stinging, gray
like sand rained down, Domini and
Boris began their honeymoon jour
ney out into the sand dunes of the
Mystery lies coiled in the shining
heart of the East, and the mystery of
Love seems there to overcast all oth
er earthly things. The man and the
woman were happy there in the des
Came a.day when the cup of re
morse was drained to its dregs—
came a day when the notes of love
no longer sounded and there was rea
son for renunication. And what did
the woman do there in the desert
with her great love? What would
you do—a woman!
Mightiest Production of the Screen
Marvelous Picture of Wonderful Sahara
The Garden of Allah
WM. N. SELIG'S ETERNAL MASTERPIECE
FILLED WITH THE MYSTERY OF THE BIGGEST OPEN
SPACE ON THE GLOBE
A pageant of life and
A panorama of passion in
the burning desert
The immortal love story
of the age.
stranger who fled from
prayer and yet he won the
heart of a woman give to
The omen of the sand
Th love of the shifting
sands under the desert
The relentlessness of fate
which overtakes the pair.
Here Is a a Story You Have Read and You Will Be Sorry if YouMiss the
Picture—Selig's Most Stupendous Production
Performances at 7:15 and 9:30. Special Matinee Saturday Only at 3 p. m.
Price of Matinee 10c and 25c. Evening 15c and 35c.
We absolutely guarantee this production to be the same as was exhibited in all the leading theatres
of the country at a $1.00 price.
SPECIAL ORCHESTRA MUSIC
Miss Helen Ware
DOMINI, THE WOMAN
Count Anteoni, of the Garden of Allah,
Mr. Matt B. Snyder
Captain De Trevignac Mr- Will Machin
Father Roubier Mr. Harry Lonsdale
Lord Rens Mr. A1 W. Filson
Lady Rens Miss Eugenie Besserer
The Sand Diviner ...Mr, James Bradbury
A New Version Based On The
Dreamy Age-OId Back
In Selig's superb photo-production,
The Garden of Allah, theatre-goers
are treated to the unusual combina
tion of vital, modern action upon
dreamy age-old background.
The Desert—that potent, limitless,
unfathomable space of a million
secrets—some blood curdling and
breathing of dark and mysterious
deeds, others whispering of romance
and love that will never die—is the
scene and background of this im
mense drama—and it has been most
faithfully, most vividly reproduced.
The hot, burning sands of time,
that whisper secrets of a forgotten
past—the whirling dervishes, the
head-hunters, the terrific sand storms
—the picturesque oriental camps
the mosques, the oasis, the queer
ancient cities—as well as the great
caravans of camels, the rites, relig
ions and customs of the people—are
all living, moving realities of the
And yet all this costly grandeur
may be caught only with the corner
of the eye, as it were, for the soul
stirring dramatic action rivets all the
Friday and Saturday
June 22 & 23
Monday evening miscellaneous
shower was given by Miss Neal An
derson, Mrs. B. J. Schoregge and Mrs.
Alvin Stice at the Schoregge home in
honor of Miss Amy Hazlett who is to
be married to Mr. Ed. Hoffman soon.
TJie rooms were decorated with
Hearts, Cupids, and Flags, and as
Miss Hazlett entered the rooms ac
companied by Mrs. Schoregge one of
the girls played "Here Comes the
Bride." Little Harry Baker then enT
tered the room with a small wheel
barrow decorated with flags and fill
ed with gifts from the girls, which
were about fifty in all. The wheel
barrow was deposited in front of Miss
Hazlett and as she opened the gifts
she was to tell what she would use
each one for. After a delightful
eveninjr was spent in different ways
the hostesses served a delightful
Mariam, daughter of J. W. Jackson
and wife, suffered painful injuries
Thursday when she was attacked by
a vicious do ?. The animal struck for
her throat but she escaped with
bruises on the face and head and as
sistance reached her before the brute
serious injury. Several oth
er children in the neighborhood have
been snapped at by the
animal has been put out of the way
before someone is seriously iniured.
Edward Teicran. a licensed chiro
practor has established in Williston
and has opened offices in the Kassis
block. Mr. Tieeren is a graduate of the
National school in Chicago and also
had a year of work with the Illinois
state board under Dr. R. G. Schorth
of that city. He also holds a diploma
with the National First Association
of America. He says that Willis
ton's biff field looks like an opportun
ity for development in his line.'
Fire of unknown oriein threatened
the plant of the Williston Electric Con
struction company and also the sales
room of the Ford aeencv Mondav
evening". The fire broke out in the
electric plant only a few moments
after the force had left for the even
ing. Good work bv the fire bovs
stooped the blaze quickly but there
will he considerable damage to the
stock. Manager Tatem estimating
The Norwegian Ladies' Aid will
meet next Thursday June 28th. Af
in the church basement with
Mi-*. Eidsness as hostess.
For rure fresh or cream
City Milk T)erot Phone 46.
delivery and best service.
RECEIPES FOR KILLING FLIES
Receipes f«r Stables. Barns and
Borax is esneciallv valuable around
farms and out of doors. One pound
of borax to twelve bushels of manure
will be found desirable as a poison
without iniuriner its manurial ouali
ties or farm stock. Scatter the borax
over the manure and sprinkle with
T.ve. chloride of lime, or copperas
fsulnhate or iron) dissolved in water,
crude carbolic acid, or any k,ind of
disinfectant may be used in vaults.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks for
the kindness shown to us by our
friends and neighbors during1 the
death of our beloved sister, wife and
Signed bv the parents and brothers
C. T. Olson
Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Johnson
Mrs. Martin Martinson.
XOTICK FOR BIOS
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners, sealed Bids will be re
ceived at the office of the County Au
ditor in the City of Williston. N. Dak.,
UD to the hour of 9: o'clock A. M.. June
30th. 1917 for the construction of the
Grade n. 1(1
Grade to be built beginning at the
north east corner of NK 1-4. Section
8, terminating' at the South east cor
ner of NE 1-4. Section 5. Township
156. Ran pre 100. W.
Grade Wo. IT
Grade commencing at the south west
corner of Section 22. Township 159.
Range 99 thence running due south to
the south west corner of Section 34,
in same township and range: thence
running due south in Township 158.
Ranee 99. to the south west corner of
Section 10, this making a distance of
about four miles.
The foregoing grades to be built ac
cording to profile, plans'and specifica
tions to be furnished by the County
Certified check In the amount of 5
per cent of bid to accompany bid and
bond to be furnished by the successful
bidder or bidders with contract.
All bids filed to be sealed and plain
ly marked "Bid on Grades."
The Board reserves the right to re
ject anv and all bids, and to allow part
or all of any grade or grades to bid
Dated at Williston. N. Dak., June
l-2t. M. H. Aaen, County Auditor.
NOTICE FOR man FOR SOHOOI.
Notice Is hereby given that bids will
be received by Tande School district
Number 7 for the deposit of the dis
trict school fund. Separate bids to be
filed for the open account and the time
All bids to he in the clerks hands by
two o'clock July 10, 1917.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
H. C. Blankenshin, Clerk.
l-3t. Williston, N. D., R. F. D. 3.
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received up to
o'clock P. M., July 10, 1917, at the of
fice of the secretary of the Williston
Special School District Number One of
Williston. Williams County, N. D., for
the furnishing of lignite coal for the
ensuing school year to the school
building of the City of Williston.
Rach Bid must he accompanied by a
certified check in the amount of $50.00
payable to M. J. Borden, president of
the Board of Education. The success
ful bidder is to furnish a bond in the
amount of $1,000.00.
Payments to be made by school war
rants drawn on the special fund of
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Bv order of the Board of Education.
C. C. Mackenroth, Secy.
Dated at Williston this 14th day of
June, 1817. r-2t.
Thursday, June 21, 1917.
GRAPHIC WANT ADS
AdvtrtlMinmi under this head will
be Inaerted for one cent a word. No
*d taken for less than 19 cents.
HOUSE FOR RENT—Call at Eagle
WANTED—Girls for hand Ironing.
jVilliston Laundry. Phone 111.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
rent. Mrs. A. L. Butler. 51-tf.
WANTED—Feeder hogs. R.' B.
Heath, Williston, N. D. P. O. Box
566, Phone 332-Red. 44-tf.
Room rates in the Hotel Dyckman,
Minneapolis, range from $1.50 to
$8.50. Every room with private bath.
ROOM FOR RENT—Modern large
front room, nicely furnished. 515
5th Ave. West. Mrs. E. V. Coulter.
LOST On Broadway, Wednesday
afternoon, plain gold watch, open
face with gold bow pin attached. Suit
able reward will be given for return
to this office. 51.
FOR SALE—Five room and bath all
modern home on third avenue East
can be bought cheap. Ask Chas.
FOR SALE—Choice ten acre tract
one miles north of Williston. New
three room house, good root cellar,
small barn. Is in high state of culti
vation. S. M. Hydle, Williston, N. D.
ROOM FOR RENT—Modern, nicely
furnished, close in. Phone 394
FOR SALE—Pool & Billard outfit
complete, consisting of 6 Pool
Tables & 1 Billiard Table, Ice Box,
Back Bar, Counters, Show case, sash
Register, Chairs, Stools, everything
in good repair, to open up a first
class Pool & Billiard Hall. Address,
Box 840 Williston. N. D. 33-tf.
CASH FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE
—Do you want to sell your farm,
residence or business property for
eash?^ Then write us, sending a de
scription of same, no matter where
located we want it. Address North
ern States Realty Company, Minot,
North Dakota. 36-tf.
TAKEN UP—June 6th, 1917, one
gray mare about 8 years old. wt.
about 1000, branded on left shoulder
and left hip. J. O. Helland, Route 2r
Williston, N. D. 52-3t.
FARMERS AS BANKERS—FARM
LOANS AND CITY LOANS—5 per
cent Paid on Savings Accounts. 6
per cent .Paid On Time Certificates.
Does General banking By Mail. THE
SAVINGS LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
THE MINOT FARMERS CENTRAL
BANK. Farmers Rest Room, Minot,
N. Dak. 50.
FOR RENT—Five room house. In
quire of Noah Panger. l-4tp.
oil, grpase, specialties, paint. Part
or whole time. Commission basis un
til ability established. Permanent
position and wide field when qualified
if desired. Man with rig preferred.
RIVERSIDE REFINING COMPANY,
Cleveland, Ohio. 1-ltp.
Thursday, June 21, 1917
Wheat No. 1 Northern $2.04
Wheat No. 2 Northern 1.94
Wheat No. 3 Northern 1.84
Wheat No. 1 Durum 1.96
Flax No. 1 2.88
Flax No. 2 2.83
Butter per pound 30
Eggs per dozen 30
Potatoes per bu 1.50
Cattle. 5 1-2 to 6.00
Hogs ....12.00 to 14.00
Sheep 5.00 to 6.00
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office. Williston, North
Dakota, June 18, 1917.
To Harry E. Smith of Trenton. N. D.,
You are hereby notified that Wil
liam Carter who gives Trenton. North
Dakota, as his post-office address, did
on June 13. 1917. file in this office his
duly corroborated application to eon
test and secure the cancellation of
your homestead Entry No. 021709. made
August 4. 1915. for Lots 3 and 4, Sec
tion 25. Lots 1. 2. 3. and 4, Section 2#,
Lot 1. Section 27, Township 153, Range
102, 5th .Meridian, and as grounds
for his contest he alleges that said
entryman has wholly abandoned said
tract of land for a period of more than
six months last past and that he has
never cultivated and Improved said
land according to the homestead law,
and never established a residence
thereon and that said land is w*ollv
wild and in its natural state. Absence
from said land not due to Military ser
vice rendered in connection with mi
grations in Mexico, or along the bor
ders thereof, or in mobilization camps
elsewhere, or in the Military or Naval
organizations of the United States, or
in the National Guard of any State of
You are. therefore, further notified
that the said allegations will be taken
as confessed, and your said entry will
be canceled without further right to
be heard, either before this office or
on appeal, if you fail to file in this of
fice within twenty days after th"
FOURTH imhlication of this notice, as
shown below, your answer, under oath)
specifically responding to these alle
gations of contest, together with due
proof that you have served a copy of
your answer on the said contestant
either in person or 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.
Geo. A. Gilmore,
.Atty. for Contestant.
Chas. A. Mansfield, Receiver.
Date of first publication June 21,
Date of second publication June 28,
Date of third publication July 5, 1917.
Date of fourth publication July 12,