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Thursday, May 16, 1918.
yy HI VAH' S§! ©y 5 pi Ji fipj u*ec,S£S'oXSrSSJinnhta. o- PrTh^mterhtKrterS past but we cannot rest on past laurels—we must continue to GIVE YOUR MONEY The Palace Confectionary Co. WILUSTON GRAPHIC *». A Great Net of Mercy drawn through an Ocean of Unspeakable Pain** PUTTING HIS MONEY TO WORK THE RED CROSS IS HELPING IN UNITED STATES ENGLAND FRANCE ITALY SERBIA ARMENIA RUMANIA RUSSIA Williams County Must Raise $10,000 During the Red Cross Drive which starts May 20th and ends May 27th. Williams County is asked to a S10 000. This is the second great drive for the Red Cross War Fund. The first Red Cross drive 000 000 fund was raised from June 18 to June 25,1917. On that drive North Dakota raised $146,000. On drive North Dakota's apportionment is $407,000. Williams County did not contribute to the first drive but called to raise $10,000 on this drive. Williston Must Raise $4,000 The campaign will be assisted by the Ministers and Priests from their pulpits The Four Minute Men, 55, S. D. Scott IW I. a WW* ard Peytonfc D. Milled O. J. Helland, S. M. Hydle, Eddy Hoffman, Joe Greengard, Rev. Father O Ne.l and C. to make the drive raeceffl «ld pj.tWintaton.nd W«' ^iUhbS. friend -ho has.tier ed Contributed by Charles Dana Gfbsoi* taMtkMa-h. wbM w«w .f will be located up stairs in the Hedderich Block during the drive. its-•tf^J^rrurSS5X"!l!jfwcovergo GIVE YOUR SUPPORT The Paris Confectionary Co. By~ Pm Flft if/. '^1.