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Thursday, June 20, 1918.
LOCAL STORIES Get the habit try Greene's first. 1-lt. Walk a block and save a dime at Greene's. 1-lt. B. W. Wilkinson of Trenton motor ed to Williston Monday. Genuine bargains in every depart ment at Greene's. 1-lt. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jenson, a girl, Monday morning, June" 17th. Alef Brevig of Alamo was among the Williston visitors on Monday. Harvey Nelson of Grenora was a visitor in Williston last Saturday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alva Stoner on Saturday, June 15. If it is anything in glassware you need you will find it at Greene's. 1-lt. Miss Minnie Ask of Bonetraill vis ited friends in Williston last Sunday. Theo Evenson of Alexander trans acted business in the city last Satur day. O. E. Johnson of Ray transacted business in Williston the first of the week. MUMONAL MIBNTION AND THING I OP INTEREST TO WILLIITOJI LYRIC Thurs. and Friday Jute 20 and 21 William S. Hart fc Ids master photo play "The Narrow Trail" A western play written by Wm. Hart and supported by an all star cast. IJ Two Shows Evenings. First at 8 P. M. Saturday, June 22 Kitty Gordon —in— "The Interloper" A big, smashing, forceful pic ture, crammed with intense dra matic action and powerfully tell ing a tremendous interesting, delightfully entertaining story. —Also— Another one of the Sunshine Comedies, entitled "Shadows of Her Pests" Evening two shows. Matinee 3 P. M. Mon. and Tuesday June 24 and 25 Jack Pickford and Louise Huff —in— "Jack & Jill" Whoa, boy, whoa!!! See him buck! Watch him roll! Don't miss this corking fine picture of life on the waste stretches of New Mexico and on the East Side of New York. Worth go ing miles to see. Matinee Monday 3 P. M. Two Shows Evenings. First at 8 P. M. Wednesday, June 26 Alice Joyce —in— "Song^of the Soul" A picture that will set your heart aflame. A master film production. —Also— Hearst Pathe Weekly The Hearst Pathe' Weekly will be shown every Wednesday at the Lyric. Matinee at 3 P. M. Evening two shows, first at 8 P. M. Thurs. and Friday June 27 and 28 Marguerite Clark —in— "Bab's Burglar" This film story was written by Mary Roberts Rinehart. It ran in the Saturday Evening Post and you will enjoy seeing the picture. It is better than the story. Evening two shows, first at 8 P. M. LYRIC C. M. Grimstad has been a Minot business visitor several days of this week. Mr. and Mrsi Torger Hofengenand daughters returned Saturday from a two weeks visit at their farm near Bonetraill. E. N. Layton of Glasgow trans acted business in Williston the first of the week. Mrs. Patrich Vegas of Scobey, spent the first of this week in Wil liston visiting. T. J. Randolph of Alexander spent Monday in Williston looking after business affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Bucklin of Epping were guests in the city the latter part of the week. Ralph Williams of Epping was one of the Williston visitors last Satur day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Levitt and Mr. C. A. Levitt visited relatives at Ep ping last week. Good everyday table tumblers 5c at Greene's Variety. 1-lt. Miss Minnie E. Oster and Miss Nellie Greenwood left last week for Plentywood for a few days. C. C. Reiger of the Williams Coun ty Bank spent a couple of days in Mi not this week on business. Dorothy and John Corbett return ed Sunday evening from White Earth where they have been visiting the past two weeks. H. M. Carr and wife of Rawson, N. D., were shopping visitors in Wil liston on Monday. George Buhler of Miles City, Mont, is here today transacting business and visiting friends. L. C. Reep banker of Grenora was a business visitor in Williston on Tuesday of this week. Good bar of toilet soap for 5c at Greene's Variety. 1-lt. F. R. Babeack of Crosby spent Sat urady of last week in Williston look ing after business affairs. Good shoppers and thrifty house wives trade at Greene's. 1-lt. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Johnson and daughter Penelope of Alexander are visiting friends in this city. Big savings in our notion depart ment *at Greene's Variety. 1-lt. Dr. A. S. Nicholson left on No. 2 Monday for Max, N. D., where he will transact business for a few days. You can buy more thrift stamps with what you save at Greene's. 1-lt. Frank O'Loughlin returned home this week from Grand Forks where he has been attending the University. Jardinere's 15, 25, 35c and up, re markable prices these days at Greene's Variety. 1-lt. Mr. and Mrs. Jenson were presented with a big baby girl at the Lacy hospital Monday morning, June 17, Mother and baby doing fine. Childrens Day will be observed in the Methodist church next Sunday morning June 23 at 10:30. A. M. Yon ats cordially- invited to attend. Children's Day will be observed in the Methodist church next Sunday morning June 23 at 10:30 A. M. You are cordially invited to attend. Hundreds of people are trading at Greene's Variety store every day— there's a reason. 1-lt. Miss Esther Rawitsher returned home from Grand Forks Sunday. Miss Rawitsher has been attending the N. Dak. University since last fall. Mr. Ed Olson formerly connected with the Bergman-Field Land office was in this city Tuesday and states that he is moving his family to Leeds, N. Dak. Herbert Metzger arrived this morn ing from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, for a few days visit with relatives. Her bert is recruiting officer at Camp Sill's, having been transferred there from Fort Snelling. Miss Hattie Visser arrived hero last night from Glendive where she was called on account of the illness of her mother. Miss Visser brought her mother to Williston who is now under the care of a physician at the Wittenberg Hospital. Children's Day will be observed in the Methodist church next Sunday morning June 23 at 10:30 A. M. You are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Frank Seiwert who is in Mi not undergoing several operations has gotten through the first ore nice ly and is now waiting until she has sufficient strength to undergo an other. Mrs. Eva Buller mother of Joe Buller of this city, who has been vis iting here for some time departed Sunday for Camp Dodge to visit her son there before he leaves for foreign service. Prof. Blume left Tuesday morning for Chicago where he was called to attend a meeting of the Internation al Y. M. C. A. Mr. Perkins and Dr. J. R. Mott who have recently return ed from the front will address the meeting which will be held at the Hotel Morrison. Mrs. J. W. Snider arrived here on Sunday morning from Bellingham, Wash., for a short visit with friends andrelatives. Mr. and Mrs. Snider lived at Williston until about ten years ago and her many friends are enjoying her visit here. The monthly meeting the Eckman line of banks was held at Brush Lake north of here last Sunday. The First State Bank of Stady served the guests and aboUt forty people were present. Mr. and Mrs. Haskett of this city were guests at the meeting. WILLISTON GRAPHIC Miss Edith Crow spent Sunday at the Bert Aspland farm. T. A. Stenemjem of Arnegard is a visitor here this week. O. L. Hilde of Ray was a visitor in Williston on Wednesday. Gladys Steen of Spring Brook is visiting friends in this city. C. F. Peterson of Ray was a visi tor in Williston last evening. Mrs. E. G. Sutton of Bonetraill was business here on Wednesday, a Williston visitor last Friday. E. S. Cole of Valley City was a visitor in the city on Wednesday. G. A. South of Bismarck transacted C. C. Reiger left Monday morning for Minot on a short business trip. P. M. Campbell of Ray came up Friday to take in the celebration. Mrs. Robert Rud and baby visited friends at Spring Brook on Tuesday. George Smith and wife of White Earth are visitors in the city today. Money Raising Sale at Eagle Store. 1-lt. Martin Brakken of Grenora trans acted business in Williston last Fri day. Miss Thelma McGuire of Bainville, was a visitor in Williston last Satur day. C. B. Stuart of Stady spent Friday of last week in Williston on busi ness. Geo. T. Standish of Casselton was a business visitor in Williston last Friday. Wm. Roche returned Sunday from a short business trip to Great Falls, Montana. Films developed and printed at Olson's Studio at the lowest possible cost. 1-lt. Fred Maides of Ray spent Wednes day in the city looking after busi ness affairs. J. A. Peterson and family of Wild rose spent Friday of last week here visiting friends. E. W. Dahlquest of Wheelock spent Friday of last week in Williston vis iting friends. Mat. Calwell of Zahl was a busi ness visitor in Williston the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ulrich of Spring Brook attended the Flag Day exer cises here last Friday. Mrs. William Lewis of Plentywood, Montana, spent last Friday in Wil liston visiting friends. J. A. Johnson of Wildrose came down Friday to take in the Flag Day program and Carnival. J. C. Johnson of Valley City trans acted business here Wednesday, re turning home this morning.^ L. C. Reep, vice president of the Citizen's State Bank of Grenora was here Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Notman of Spring Brook were here Friday and attend ed the Flag Day exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Steinke autoed up to Spring Brook Friday to be heje for the Flag Day program. John McKenna left Monday noon for Fargo to transact business and visit friends for a few days. Edwin A. Palmer left on No. 2 Monday for Devils Lake to attend the funeral of Rev. C. E. Stinson. Peter Kresbsboch of Plentywood, who is just recovering from pneu monia was in Williston last week for treatment. Charlie Alderdice candidate for Sheriff of Sheridan county, Montana} was a visitor in Williston the first of the week. Miss Hazel Montgomery arrived this week from Kenmare where she has been attending nurses school for the past three years. Don't give up hopes, it is never too late to see Dr. T. H. David the Chiro practor located in the Hedderich Bldg., Williston. 1-lt. The Rev'd Mr. Elsworth leaves to morrow for Flaxton to preach the Baccalaureate sermon for the gradu ating class of the high school of that place. M. A. Hegge, formerly County Commissioner was a visitor here thi£ week from near Alamo where he owns a large farm. Miss Bertha R. Palmer arrived here Friday evening from Devils Lake to attend the Sunday School Convention at Grenora Sunday. Miss Annie McCradie of Epping who is running for the County Super intendent of Schools was a visitor in Williston last Friday. Bob Bruegger and Oscar Kron of the Williston Auto and Tractor Com pany, motored to Minot Tuesday to attend the Tractor demonstration. Those who are inflicted with rheumatism and cronic trouble should consult Dr. T. H. David Chiropractor, located in the Hedderich building of Williston. 1-lt. The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Webb, daughter of Mrs. Rose Webb of this city will be held from the Methodist church Saturday, June 22, at 2:30 p. m. Rev. W. W. Keltner offi ciating. L. F. Gautsch, who has been in charge of the shoe department at Hedderichs for the past year left Sun day noon for New London, Wis., where he has accepted a similar posi tion. —Buy W. S. S.— DEATH OF MRS. MARGARET WEBB Mrs. Margaret Webb pased away at the home of her daughter Mrs. Rose Webb of this city Wednesday morning after a brief illness. Mar garet Browne was born in West Vir ginia and was 77 years 2 months and 8 days old at the time of her death. Mrs. Webb has been living on her farm west of town until recently when she came to live with her daughter. The funeral services will be held from the Methodist Church Saturday at 2:30 P. M. Rev. W. W Keltner officiating. I FIVE MEN TO LEAVE FOR GRAND FORKS JULY 1 The following extract of a letter was received by the local war board this week: "Complete the entrainment for Grand Forks, North Dakota of 154 grammar school graduates who have had some experience along mechani cal lines and some aptitude for me chanical work report to Commanding Officer North Dakota School of Mines for instructions as auto tradesmen, black smiths, carpenters, concrete workers and gas enginemen." The Williams County quota is five and the men are to report at Grand Forks July 1 for special training at the government's expense. The local board may induct men who voluntarily present themselves until the allotment has been filled. Only men who have had at least a grammar school education and have had some experience along mechani cal lines and some aptitude for me chanical work should be inducted. The list of men selected for this call will be published next week. —Buy W. S. S.— FARM BUREAU HOLDS MEETING The Farm Bureau meeting at the court house was attended by sixty men and women from different sec tions of Williams County. The pur pose of this meeting was to plan for a membership campaign and explain the organization to farmers scattered over different parts so that they in turn could get members and explain the farm bureau in their neighbor hoods. The membership campaign will be conducted between this date and the next and final meeting which will be held June 29th, Saturday. At this meeting the membership will elect a permanent board of directors and ap point community committees and chairman. Every farmer in the county should become a member of the farm bu reau as it is an organization which will look after every agricultural problem which will come up in the county and thru this organisation he can obtain the assistance of the De partment of Agriculture and the State Agricultural College and Extension Work. Remember the date, June 29th, Sat urday, 1:30 P. M. Court House at Williston. Temporary Board of Directors: Gene Howard Chairman P. H. Overbye, Sac. —Buy W. S. S.— PIANO TUNING Geo. H. Smith, representing The Cable Piano Co., will be in Williston June 24th. Leave orders at Smith's Jewelry Store. 1-ltp. GOOD MUSIC AT CANTONMENTS Incidental to its fifteenth annual transcontinental tour just concluded, the Ernest Gamble Concert Party *gave sixty programs at twenty-one war camps and navy yards extending from League Island Navy Yard on the Atlantic to Mare Island Navy Yard on the Pacific. These concerts have been entirely free to the men, no admission or smileage coupons being charged. Mr. Gamble was gratified to note that the better the class of music offered the better it was appreciated. Baking Powder, pound cans Let The Depth of Your Pocket Show The Depth of Your Patriotism... SPECIALS While you are at home tonight, many American boys "over there" are out in the rain and mud dodging death from bomb and shrapnel While you are enjoying your evening cigar, some American sol dier may be smoking his last. The boys in the trenches are risking their lives for you and you are not even asked to risk your money for them. But you are ex pected to loan your money—loan it at four per cent, compound interest, the highest rate the Government has ever paid. Pledge yourself to buy War Savings Stamps on or before JUNE 28th National War Savings Day The more money you lend the Government the sooner the war will end and the less American blood will be shed. National War Savings Committee This Space Contributed to the Winning of the War by COULTER & CORMANY Blacksmiths FOR SATURDAY and all next week Soda Crackers, ft pei» pound Catsup, OA large size OUC Pet Brand Milk, 1 tall cans 13C Salmon, pound cans Dried Peaches and Prunes, 1 per pound Ginger Snaps, 1 per pound Sardines, 3 cans Oranges, OA Of. per dozen 0\/ and Ovv Lemons, per dozen vUC Full line of berries and green vegetables always orj hand. FOSTER'S CASH GROCERY W estergaard-Blair Bldg. East Broadway Williston, N. Dak. Pit* ThiltMB The satisfaction given was so great that the Gamble Party has been in vited to make a three month's visit to France at the conclusion of its summer Chatautauqua tour next Aut umn. This company is well known here. Ernest Gamble is an ardent devote of the Thrift Stamp idea. He puts the stamps to many and varied uses. When he settles his hotel bill he in cludes a few stamps in payment while the waiter or Pullman porter receives largess in the form of Uncle Sam's green engravings. 1OC a 1«/ mm JL OC Li tamps