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Thursday, March 21, 1918.
For Draying, phone Evans, Office Phone 31, call 2 House phone 31 call 3. Adv. 38-tf. Hlfl/illll Lyric Thur. and Friday March 21 and 22 Jessie L. Lasky presents FANNIE WARD —in— "On the Level" A Paramount Picture. Evening 2 shows—1st 7:30 Saturday, March 23 "Fatty" Arbuckle —in— "A Country Hero" We will also present on this date "Spurs of Sybil" Matinee at 3 P. M. Two Shows in Evening— First at 7:30 Mon. and Tues. March 25 and 26 "Glory" A 7 reel comedy featuring Juanita Hansen Kolb & Dill with Do not miss this feature picture. Matinee at 3 P. M. Monday. Two shows in evening. Wednesday, Mar. 27 Jesse L. Lasky presents BLANCHE SWEET and THOMAS MEIGHAN —in— "The Silent Partner" A thrilling drama that is sure to interest all. Mattnee at 3 P. M. Two Evening Shows. First starting at 7:30 Thurs. and Fri. March 28 and 29 American Buds" Featuring the greatest child actors in the world JANE and CATHERINE LEE This is a patriotic picture and one you will not care to miss. Special Matinee Fri. 4:15. Evening 7:30 Phone 118 FRUITS FRUITS Fancy Jonathans, box- $2.25 Naval Oranges, dozen 60 Bananas, dozen 50 VEGETABLES Onions, per lb 4c Cabbage, per lb. ..' 6c Rutabagoes, per lb. 4c EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES on hand. Let us know your wants. Call and taste our VICTORY WAFERS. Nice and crisp. The Peoples Exchange Where Producers and Consumers Meet.' Coats, dresses, skirts and blouses. See them at the Eagle Store. Mr. and Mrs. John Seel of Mondak were visitors here for a few days this week. You can save money and buy Thrift Stamps when trading at the Eagle Store.. Rev. Geo. S. Natwick is spending a few days at Minot and Velva, at a church conference. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Pherring of White Earth, Sunday morning, a twin boy and girl. Mr. and Mrs. Newman of Still water, Minn., were here the first of the week on business. Mrs. Tom Forbes of Nohle was a guest at the Leonhardy home Sunday and Monday of this week. The Farmers Creamery & Produce Co., are remodeling and enlarging their ice cream department. Miss Anna Olson of Minot arrived here the first of the week for a short visit with Miss Lena Crow. LOCAL STORIES PERSONAL MttXTlON IRD THINGS OF INTEREST TO WILLISTON Mr. and Mrs. Eldon White of Mi not came up today to attend the funeral of Mrs. Joseph Crow. Books for the soldiers and sailors. Bring them to the library this week. They are coming in every day. Mrs. Ed. Altes was operated on at the Wittenberg Hospital on Tuesday and is getting along very nicely. A. Micheilch, manager of the Gol den Rule Store spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Minot on business. L. C. Wingate spent Monday of this week in Sidney looking after his farm. He returned Monday evening. Katherine Erickson of Springbrook has been the guest of relatives and friends here for several days this week. Scott Gore of McKenzie County was a visitor here for a few days this week. He was also calling on old friends. Miss Mable Greengard and Minnie Rawitzer left Saturday morning to spend the week-end at Epping with friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Husebye left Friday evening on No. 3 for Great Falls, for a two or three weeks vaca tion -trip. Switches and hair watch chains made from combings. Gertrude Page, 143 Main St., over First National Bank. 40-lt. Dr. Steele of Plentywood came down Sunday- to assist in removing Mrs. Geo. Saunderhoef to her home. They returned on Monday. This is the week to "Give a Book." Bring them to the library and they will be forwarded from here to the camps or over the seas. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jennison left Wednesday on No. 2 for Texas to visit their son John who is at present in the active flying corps. Mrs. Herman Schafer and Mrs. Skarie returned to their home at Mad dock after spending some time here visiting friends and relatives. Patrons of the Hotel Dyckman, Minneapolis, are assured a cordial welcome, uniform courtesy and the best of service always. 39-tf. William Powers, President of the Bank of Bainville, was here Saturday visiting W. S. Davidson and also looking after business matters. W. C. Palmer of the Extension De partment of the Agriculture College of Fargo spent Sunday in Williston visiting his brother E. A. Palmer. "Hotel Dyckman is Minneapolis' newest downtown fireproof hotel, 300 rooms, each room has its own private bath. Rates $1.75 to $3.50 per day. 39-tf. Mrs. Robert Sikes and children who have been visiting at the Judd Pettis home for the past month returned to her home in Montana the first of the week. Word has been received by the school board that C. E. Bloome of Oaks, N. D., has accepted the posi tion as superintendent of the Willis ton school for the coming year. West Broadway FOR SALE—Sweet Clover and Al falfa seed. Uncleaned Sweet clover 20c per lb Alfalfa 25c per lb. All native grown. Bruegger Merc. Co. 40-4t. Hazel Brenner .arrived here Friday from Minneapolis to visit friends and relatives for a short time before leav ing for Havre where she will make her home. Ladies—try the F. S. H. made coat and see the difference. Eagle Store. Mac Nelson who left here last week for training camp arrived the first of the week at Jefferson Barricks but to date has not been assigned to any particular work. Dr. G. O. Flath of Stanley spent Saturday and Sunday here a guest at the Elsworth home and to see his daughter Marie who was operated on a short time ago. Mrs. Carl Erickson has accepted a position in the First National Bank again and is taking the place of Miss Robinson who recently returned to her home in Missouri. Mrs. George Saunderhoef returned to her home at Plentywood Monday morning after a several weeks illness here following an operation which she underwent sometime ago. Marjorie Vrooman who has been making her home here with her sis ter since September and attending school left Tuesday noon for hsr own home at Rochester, Minn. W*. C. Powell, mechanic at the Wil liston Overland Co., very seriously burned his hand Sunday while taking some flashlight pictures. It is likely that Mr. Powell will be laid up for a months or six weeks. Jones of Rock, N. D., was a visitor in this city the fore part of the week. Mrs. Severyn who has been visit ing her sister Mrs. Champion for the past two weeks returned to her home at Rugby Monday morning. Ray Montgomery, who for the past two years has been bookkeeper for the Williston Motor Sales Co., has been transferred to the Fuller Motor Co., of Minot and will leave the first of the week for that place. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norheim of Alexander came over the first of the week. Mrs. Norheim left immediate ly for Omaha, Nebr., where she was called by the death of her mother. Mr. Norheim returned to Alexander on Wednesday. P. C. Hamre, Rev. Geo. S. Natwick and G. B. Overson who were appoint ed delegates of the Lutheran church went to Velva the first of the week to consult officers there about the starting of a Lutheran school here. They returned Wednesday evening. WANTED—To rent a four or five room house. Phone "C" Graphic. Word was received by Frank Davis from his little neice Frances Bloom stating that she was getting along nicely. She has recently undergone another operation of grafting some skin on her leg but she is improving so rapidly it is expected she will soon be able to come home. NOTICE Or SALE VNDKH FORE CLOSURE OP NOHTftiUG WHEREAS, Default having been made in the conditions of the herein after described Mortgage, which de fault consisted of the failure of the Mortgagee hereinafter named to pay the installments due on said Mortgage on November 1st, 1916, amounting to $9.75, and on November 1st., 1917, amounting to $18.00, to pay the inter est due November 1st., 1916, amount ing to $22.75, and on November 1st. 1917, amounting to $42.00* on a certain prior Mortgage, the installments due November 1st., 1916, amounting to J8.00. and on Nov. 1st., 1917. amount ing to $8.00 on a certain other prior Mortgage, and the monthly payments due on the first Monday of each month of September, October. November, and December, 1917, and January. Febru ary, March, April, and May, 1918, each monthly payment being $16.80, total amount $151.20. which interest on prior Mortgage and which instalments on prior Mortgage and which monthly payments thfe holder and owner of'the notes secured by the Mortgage herein after described and which will ho. fore closed to satisfy the amount due on same, has been obliged to pay AND WHEREAS, By the Power of Sale contained in said Mortgage, the holder of said Mortgage and Notes has elected to declare the entire sum se cured by said Mortgage to be due and payable: NOW THEREFORE, Notice is here by given that that certain Mortgage made, executed, and delivered by Ad clie L. Merrill and C. L. Merrill, her husband. Mortgagors, to E. C. Carney, Mortgagee, dated April 13th., 1916. and filed for record in the office of the Reg ister of Deeds of Williams County, North Dakota, on 14th day of April, 1916, at 10:59 o'clock A. M., and re corded in Book "130" of Mortgages on Page 206, and which Mortgage was as signed by an instrument in writing by E. C. Carney to L. F. Carney of Wil liston. North Dakota, dated March 16th 1918 and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of Wil liams County, North Dakota, on March 16th 1918 and recorded in Book "150" of Ass'n on Page 139. will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such Mort gage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the courthouse in the City of Williston, County of Williams, and State of North Dakota, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of the seventh day of May, A. D„ 1918. to satisfy the amount due upon aucii Mortgage at the date of sale. The premises described in such Mort gage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are real estate situated in »illiams County, North Dakota, and are described as follows, to-wit: Lot ten in Block fourteen of West lawn Addition to Williston, North Da kota. There will be due at the date of sale, on this Mortgage. $27.75 with $2.38 ac crued Interest the Interest paid on prior Mortgage, $64.75, with $5.95 ac crued interest for installments paid on prior Mortgage, $16.00 with $1.63 accrued Interest for monthly install ments $151.20 with $6.05 accrued inter est, and for balance of Mortgage de clared due, $72.00 In all, the sum of $347.35. And In addition thereto, the statutory attorney's fees as provided by law. and the coats and disburse ments in this foreclosure. Dated at Williston, North Dakota, this sixteenth day of March, A. D. 1918. WILLISTON GRAPHIC T. Pn rnpv Assignee of Mortgagee. Axel Strom, I Sheriff of Williams County, North Dakota. E. C. Carney, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Williston. N. Dak. 40-7t. STAGE AND SCRENE LYRIC THEATRE At the Lyric Theatre on Thursday and Friday Fannie Ward will be seen in "On the Level." This is a Para mount picture and one that is sure to please. Saturday, March 23, will be shown the old favorite of old and young, "Fatty" Arbuckle in a side splitting comedy "A Country Hero." Along with this picture you will see the "Spurs of Sybil." Next Monday and Tuesday "Glory," a -seven reel comedy featuring Dear Little, Dainty Juanita Hanson, sup ported by the funmakers Kolb and Dill. "Glory" is not a war picture but a blood tingling, rib-rattling, heart throbbing, eye pleasing comedy and one you will enjoy. ORPHEUM THEATRE The Orpheum Hippodrome Vaude ville comes on Monday and Tuesday the coming week. Interesting fea tures are promised for the vaudeville. Olive Thomas will be seen on the screen in Indescreet Corrine. Wednesday and Thursday Rex Beach's famous and best story the Auction Block will be shown. CITY BARBER SHOP MAKES CHANGE Mr. E. W. Peterson one of the mem bers of the firm of Holtz & Peterson has purchased Mr. Holtz' interest in the firm and will continue to operate the shop in the same up-to-date man ner as before. Mr. Holtz expects to leave for points in the west soon. I WANT TO RENT 3 or 4 furnished rooms for two or three weeks. Phone Graphic. WILLISTON CHURCHES ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services on Sunday as follows: Morning Prayer, Confirmation and sermon at 10:30. Sunday School at 12 M. Vespers at 4:30. Mid-Week Services Wednesday Evening—The Litany, 7:30. Friday Evening—Sespers 8:00. Rt. Rev'd J. Poyntz Tyler Bishop of North Dakota will make an offi cial visit to St. Peters', reaching the city Friday morning on No. 1. He will make an address in the church Friday evening, confirm a class Sun day morning and preach. He will likely speak to the High School some time Friday afternoon. Strangers and visitors are always welcome at all services. ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Preaching at 10:30 A. M. Sunday School at 11:45 A. M. Luther League at 7:00 P. M. 1 Preaching at 7:30 P. M. The Tuesday evening service will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Greutman 6th Ave. East, near 8th St. The ladies will meet Friday for Red Cross work. The annual business meeting of the Ladies Aid Society will be held at the home of Mrs. Ferster, 515 W. Bdwy., Wednesday, March 27. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. C. E. Siinson. Pastor 10:30 Palm Sunday services. Spe cial music. 11:45 Sunday School. Classes for all ages. (5:30 Epworth League, Topic, "The art of living with others"—A lesson in manners. I. Pet. 3:8—l(i. 7:30 Evangelistic meeting. A gen eral invitation is extended to the spe cial meetings which will be held Passion week with some special ref erence to the events of the w.eek. Holy Communion will be observed Friday night. The childrens chorus meets each afternoon at 4 o'clock and help in the first part of the evening service. Friday night of this week will lie special Young peoples night. NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN 613 3rd Ave. East Norwegian services next Sunday morning at 10:30. English services at 7:30 P. M. The Sunday School meets at 12 o'clock. A business meeting of the congre gation will be held at the church basement on Tuesday evening, March 26, at 8 o'clock. Norwegian communion services will be held Holy Thursday evenings March 28, at 8 o'clock. Geo. S. Natwick, Pastor. FEATURE WEEK AT MAZOLA for thrift and quality—in deep frying, sauteing, shortening and salad dressings a The Lyric Theatre Monday and Tuesday, March 25 and 26 "GLORY" A 7 reel drama featuring JUANITA HANSEN WITH KOLB & DILL This is not a war picture but a modern drama of modern times. The largest and longest picture that these famous actors have ever appeared in. Blood tingling, heart throbbing, rib-rattling, eye pleasing. ^Matinee^at^lSJiIonday^ Thursday and Friday, March 28 and 29 "AMERICAN BUDS" Featuring the Greatest Child Actors in the World JANE and KATHERINE LEE A Patriotic drama with an all star caste. You will not want to miss this picture as it is the latest picture featuring these famous actors. Most Thrilling Drama of Modern Times. A picture all red blooded American will want to see. Special Matinee for School Children Friday 4:15. Two Shows Evenings, First at 7:30. Ladies shopping in Minneapolis will find the Hotel Dyckman most ac cessible to all leading stores. 39-tf. J)R. T. H. DAVID, D. C. Graduate Chiropractor Licensed in North Dakota Offices in Hedderich Block Office Hours: 9:00 to 12:00 a. m., 2:00 to 5:00 p. in. Sundays by Appointment Garden Plowing and Ash Hauling PHONE 596 L. J. Garretson Expert Dressmaking Plain and fancy sewing Spe cial attention given to suits and coats. Miss Hatfie Visser —At— Buller Bros. Tailor Shop Mazola is more economical tor general cooking than butter, lard or suet—because it can be used over and over again—does not transmit tasteorodor from one food to another. And Food Administrator Hoover asks you to save these animal fats. Mazola is pressed from the heart of golden American corn—is as pure and sweet as the most delicate food cooked in it. Thousands of housewives have solved the fat problem with Mazola—and so can you. Get it from your grocer in pint, quart, half-gallon or gallon tins—the large sizes are most economical. Also ask for the free Mazola Book of Recipes, or writd us direct. Your money refunded if Mazola does nol tire entire satisfaction. Corn Products Refining Co. New York fcf Plgt Fin 'I',. 4'P