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WHO PAYS TH|B FIDDLER?
Our attention has been called to
the fact that the large catalogue
liouses are shipping their catalogues
into this state fay express in thou
sand lots. Last week a Northern
Pacific train was held up 35 minutes
while 15,000 catalogues from a Chi
cago house were unloaded at Bis
marck. The express on these cata
logues runs around 35 or 40c each,
making a total for this shipment
around $500 or $600. Mr. Catalogue
House buyer consider the fact that it
is you that pays this enormous ex
pence besides the cost of the cata
logues themselves wlien you send
your hard earned dollars to Chicago.
Why not let someone else pay this
expense by',spending your dollars with
your best friend the Home Merchant
BiFSt
/prise to
\kny in Williston
People a»e surprised at the IN
STANT action of simpe buckthorn
bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Ad
ler-i-ka. ONE SPOONFUL flushes the
ENTIRE bowel tract so completely it
relieves ANY CASE sour tomach, gas
or constipation and prevents appen
dicitis. The INSTANT, pleasant ac
tion of Adler-i-ka surprises both doc
tors and patients. It removes foul
matter which poisoned your stomaeh
for months. Williston Drug Co.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
Notice Is hereby given that a Spec
ial Election will be held In the City of
Wllllston, North Dakota, on the Seven
teenth day of April, A. D. 1918, and that
the polls at said Election will he open
from eight o'clock A. M., to five o'clock
P. M.: That said Special Election will
be held for the purpose of submitting
to the legkl voters of said City of
Williston, North Dakota, the follow
Ing questions:
QUESTION NO. ONE: "Whether or
not $12,500.00, In Bonds of said City
of Wllllston. North Dakota, payable
In denominations of and to mature as
follows:
$1000. 4 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$1000. 5 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$1000 6 years from the date of said
Bonds.
$1000. 7 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$1000. 8 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$1000. 9 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$1000. 10 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$2000. 11 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$3000. 12 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$1500. 13 years from the date of said
Bonds,
(Said bonds to bear interest at the
rate of five per centum, per annum,
payable semi-annually), shall be Is
sued by the City of Williston, the pro
ceeds thereof, (together with the pro
ceeds of $13,500 bonds heretofore is
sue! for the same purpose) to be used
QUESTION NO. TWO: "Whether or
not $8,500.00, in Bonds of the said City
of Williston, payable in denominations
of and to mature as follows:
$500. 4 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$500. 5 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$500. 6 years from the flat"* of said
Bonds.
$1000. 7 years from the date of said
Bonds.
$1000. 8 years from the date of said
Bonds,
$1000, !1 years from the date of said
Bonds.
$1000. lt( years from the date of said
Bo ads,
$1000. 11 years from the date of said
Bonds.
$1000. 12 years from the date of said
TJonds,
$•1000. If? years frujnj the date of said
Bonds,
(Said Bonds to bear interest at the
rate of five per centum, per annum.
payable semi-annually), shall b-s is
sued by the City of Williston, North
Dakota, the proceeds thereof to be
used for the purpose of purehasing
Fire apparatus, including: a Motor Fire
Truck, for the City of Williston, North
Dakota.
That the ballots to be used at said
JiJectlon shall have printed on them
the foilowinjfl ..
"For Issuing $12,500, Bonds of the
City of Williston, North Dakota, the
proceeds thereof, (Tbu'ether Avitli the
proceeds of $13,600, bonds heretofore
issued for the purpose), to be
used.for the purpose of purchasing a
Suitable site for, and the erection of a
joint Auditorium and Armory jn and
ior the City of Williston, North Da
kota, Yes 1
"Against issuing $12,500.00, Bonds of
the City of Williston, -North Dakota,
the proceeds therepf, (together with
the proceeds of $13,500 bonds hereto
fore issued for the same purpose), to
be used for the purchase of a suit
able site for. and the erection of a
ioint Auditorium and Armory f\r the
Citv of Williston. North Dakota,
No"
"For issuing $8,500.00, Bonds of the
City of Williston, North Dakota, the
GLASS OF SALTS IF
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for the purpose of the purchasing of Owner may have same by paying for
a suitable site for. and the erection on
of a joint Auditorium and Armory in this ad. Graphic. o»-tl.
and for the City of Williston. North
Dakota.
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meat if you feel Backaehy or
have Bladder trouble—Salts
1 fiat for Sidney*
Meat forms uric acid which excited
•nd overworks the kidneys in their efforts
to filter it from the system. Regular eat
ers of meat must flush the kidneys occa
sionally. You must relieve them like you
relieve your bowels removing all the
acids, waste and poison, else you feel a
dull misery in the kidney region, sharp
fains in the back or sick headache, diz
ziness. your stomach sours, tongue is
eoated and when the weather is bad you
have rheum&tio twinges. Tho urine is
cloudy, full of sediment the channels
often get irritated, obliging you to get
up two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these irritating acids
and flush off the body's urinous waste
Ht about four ounces of Jad Salts
from any pharmacy take a table
spoonful glass of water before break
fast for few days and your kidneys will
then aet fine and Madder disorders dis-
raddaof
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iar. lids famous salts is nude from
grapes and lemon juice, oom
bined with fithia, and has been used for
fenerations to elean and stimulate slug
gish kidneys and atop Madder irritation.
Jad Salts is inexpensive harmless and
makes a delightful effervescent lithia*
water drink which millions of men and
women take now and then, thus avoiding
asrioua kidney and bladder diseases.
•Steiilg
proceeds thereof to be used for the
rDeluding
urpose
of purchasing Fire apparatus,
a Motor Fire Truck, for the
City of Wllllston, North Dakota.
Yes 1
"Against Issuing $8.600.00. bonds of
the City of Wllllston. North Dakota,
the proceeds thereof to be used for tne
purpose of purchasing Fire apparatus,
including a Motor Fli c- Truck, ^or the
City of Will ston. North Dakota.
0
That the following places In the sev
eral wards and precincts in said City
of Wllllston, North Dakota, at which
said election shall be held are:
1st Ward, In the District Court Room
of the County Court House,
2nd Ward, On the second floor or the
Odd Fellow's Hall Building,
3rd Ward, In the basement of the
James Memorial Library,
4th Ward, In the basement of the
Westlawn School House.
Dated March 20th A. D. 1918.
Thos. F. Craven,
President, Board of City
Commissioners.
ATTEST:
TT
G. G. Harvey,
City Auditor,
Bv Otto Wannagot,
(City Seal)
Deputy.
40-4t.
No. 558.
Report of Ihr Conditio* of
THE FIRST STATE BANK
at Buford in the State of North Da
kota, at the close of business March
4th, 1918.
RESOURCES
Loans and discounts $ 80,202.63
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured none
Warrants, stocks, tax certlfi
cates, claims, etc 7,8®#."
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures
Other Real estate
War Savings StampB
Revenue Stamps
Due from other
banks $ 62,311.11
Checks and other
cash items 6.00
Cash 2,436.79
ISO.OO
205.00
87.50
64,753.90
Total ...$156,064.16
ABILITIES
Capital stock paid In $ 10,000.00
Surplus fund 10,000.00
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid 2.647.74
Individual deposits
subject to cneck..$ 52,434.04
Demandicertiflcates
of deposit 5,250.85
TIme certificates
of deposit 74,731.53 132.416.42
Notes and bills re-dlscounted none
Bills payable none
Liabilities other than those
above stated none
Total $155,064.16
State of North Dakota, County of
Williams.
I, O. J. Morken, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true, to tfce best
of my knowledge and belief.
O. J. Morken, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 16th day of March, 1918.
Louis P. Lausnette,
(Seal) Notary Public, N. D.
Commissioner expires June 9, 1923.
Correct. Attest:—
A. F. Nohle, O. J. Morken, Directors.
GRAPHIC WANT ADS
AdTtrtlMmtnu under this head wll
be Inserted for one cent a word. Ne
«d taken for less than SO cent*.
FOUND—Small single blade gold
handled knife with letter W on side
WANTED—To rent house with gar
den plot, and place to raise chick
ens. What have you to offer? Ad
dress A. W. C., care Graphic. 39-2t.
FOR SALE—Household furniture of
all kinds. Inquire at the Vanity
Hat Shop. 40-lt.
FOR SALE—Four room house, barn
and one acre of land. A snap if
taken at once. Write J. R. Graphic
office. 39-2tp.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Complete
Pool Room to trade for a good farm
or horses and cattle. See or write
H. V. Smith, Williston, N. D. 39-tf.
FOR SALE—Lot 8, block~7^ Westby,
Montana, a good house on same,
price on terms $1500.00. Stone-Or
dean-Wells Co., Duluth, Minnesota.
38-4t.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—160 acres
land in McKenzie county. Will
take auto in part payment. Address
care Graphic, Williston, N. D.
32-tf.
RAGS WANTED—Clean cotton rags
wanted at the Graphic office. Cash
on delivery.
AUTO MECHANIC "WANTED—Will
pay the i-ight man the best wages.
Young man preferred. State exper
ience and wages expected. E. Fors
gren & Son, McGregor, N. D. 39-2t.
RAGS WANTED—Clean cotton rags
wanted at the Graphic office. Cash
on delivery.
For sale—I have a few good barred
Plymouth rock cockerels at $2.00
each. Can deliver them in Williston.
H. C. Blankenship, Phone 2 2 1.,
line 18.
FOR SALE—Diamond willow, ash
and Box Elder fence posts for sals
at Wheelers barn. Also wood deliv
ered to any part of the city. C. B.
Wheeler. 39-tf.
LOST—At or near the' Armory Mon
day night, solid cuff button, gold
with Ivory center. Return to Great
Northern Hoter, room 3, for regard.
40-ltp.
LOST—A pocketbook containing four
rings that belonged to my wife, also
a watch chain. Finder call after 6 p.
m. any evening for liberal regard.
615 West Broadway. B. H. Morgan.
39-2t.
120 ACRES given away 3 miles from
village: 1-4 from school 1 1-2 from
store and cheese factory. Lays well,
rich soil, 10 acres valuable timber,
splendidly watered. Fine 11 room
house, water inside splendid barns,
30 by 62 and 24 by 36, concrete floors,
hip roofs, galvanized siding. Nice
hog house, large hennery. Buildings
practically new. Abundance fruit.
Including hay, grain, 17 cows, bull, 3
yearlings, good team, sow, 60 hens,
spring tooth harrow, grain drill, cul
tivator, plow horse rake, mowing ma
chin, wagon, buggy, cutter, sleights,
harnesses, all small tools. Price
$3,600. Reason, poor health. Free
list. Ellis Bros., Springville, N. Y.
39-10tp.
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Give The
RED CROSS
Your Old Clothes
If You Don't Want
to Wear Thorn
Yournolf
WILLI8TON GRAPHIC
This season you've heard a lot about the
excessive cost of wool the facts about it
area good deal more real than the words
about it.
But the result of high priced wool shows
in one of two ways either your clothes will
have less wool in them or you'll have to pay
more for them. If you buy cheap clothes
that means you don't care for all-wool
there's no way to get all-wool now at cheap
prices. ./. ..
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Society Brand Collegian
and Styleplus
Spring Suits and Overcoats
are all wool, embracing the original ideas
of the world's greatest clothes artists, at
$21, $25, $28, $30,
$35, $40
Men
This is the store where you can be fitted
in the latest creations. Society Brand,
double breasted raised paneled seam back.
They have snap, and class, expressing the
vigor of military clothes so popular now
a-days.
Hart Schaffner & Marx new pleated
military back, is the talk of good dressers
everywhere. We have them to show you.
At this store you can get the lively, vigor
ous, spirited clothes you want.
—c—
YOU
SAVE HOMEY
By Buying
Your Clothes
HERE
"The House of Style and Quality"
you'll need new clothes for
•HEASTERH.
Easter is Dress Up Time
Buy Wool It's Economy
The latest Stetson Hats are here on display smart designs, wonderful ma
hogony colored mens shoes in leather and neolin soles, exquisite patterns in
shirts gloves, ties and other haberdashery—Everything you need is ready and
waiting.
We are complete outfitters for Boys. Wonderful patterns in boys Knicker
bockers, 2 pant suits Neolin sole shoes also. Make this a Cheery Easter and
dress up.
"The House of Style and Quality'
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Suriftij Brautt (Clatljrfi
Thursday, March 14, 1918.
You Can Get
Your
Thrift Stamps
At
OUR STORE
I
THE
Need Clothes.
Give Your
OLD CLOTHES
To Them.
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