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ICE CRfeAM SOCIAL AT SALVA
The Salvation Army will give an
Ice Cream social at the Hall Satur
day evening, July 6. A good time is
assured and everyone is invited.
Martin Sindt of Plenty wood and
Louise Laverdore of Williston were
married by N. B. Ludowese, Justice
of the Peace June 27.
MRS. BRUE66ER HOSTESS
Mrs. Robert Bruegger was hostess
to half a dozen ladies at her home on
1st. Ave. East last Thursday after
noon. The afternoon was devoted to
knitting and Red Cross work and a
general social time was enjoyed. At 5
o'clock a delicious two course luncheon
FITCH ROS. ORCHESTRA PROVE
The dance given by Gordon Phil
lips, A. P. Drapes, Floyd Stewart,
Rudolph Juul, Frank Evans and Elmer
Halvorsen last Friday evening in the
Armory was exceptionally well at
tended and with the excellent music
by the New York Cabaret Orchestra
everyone had a line time. A number
of ladies sold ice cream cones and
pop during the evening which helped
(The financial resources of the Fed
eral government are exemplified in
New Yortl by the activities within
this magnificent building at the head
of Wall Street
(In much the same way the financial
resources of this community are ex
emplified by the worh and activities
of this banh.
(Our deposits represent the thrift and
prosperity of the people of the com
munity, and they also represent the
confidence of the public in the safety
and responsibility of this institution.
(Our wish is that all of the people of
the community may be numbered
among those whose savings are
growing with us. The saving habit is
your best insurance policy for the
years to come.
(Start a banh account with us today.
The WillistOB State Bank
Simon Wcstby, President
S. M. Hydle, Cashier
Wiltiston, North Dakota
increase the proceeds for the Red
Cross. The excellent sum of a little
over $100.00 remained for the benefit
of the Red Cross after all expenses
ENTERTAIN FOR MISS RUUD
Mr. and Mrs. William Husebye en
tertained a dozen friends at their
home on 2nd Ave. West last Thurs
day evening in honor of Miss Delia
Ruud who left the next day for Wash
ington, D. C. A delicious five course
dinner was served at seven o'clock.
The table and rooms were prettily
decorated in pink and white. Whist
formed the diversion of the evening.
Aaker's Business College received
ten requests for office help last week
and- made the following happy by
placing them in fine positions: Em
ma Fladland, Helen Williams, Ida
Gulickson, Mrs. E. Gorman, Agnes
Kolstad, Hazel Welo, L. Ulstad, and
J. A. Fisher. Would not you like to
get a position worth while Send to
A. B. C., Grand Forks for Catalog,
also for a Tractor and Auto school
For bargains in ladies and mens
wear for summer attend the great
Money Raising Sale now on at the
Eagle Store. 3-lt.
Your Car Needs
repairs from tinie to time and we are equip
ped to supply you with the same and install
them at the least possible cost.
Bring in your car from time to time and
let our expert mechanics look it over.
Full line of parts for
Studebaker and Chevrolet Cars
Always in Stock. Tires, Oik
Agents for the
Studebaker and Chevrolet Cars
East Broadway, Williston, N. D.
Howard Wood 1521.
A. T. Kraabel 854.
Secretary of State
Thos. Hall 1761.
Lyman Page 638.
B. Wingerd 1871.
J. C. Field 1125.
A. F. Young 1386.
County Coroner 1827 ..."
A. C. Deardorff 1548.
Justices of the Pence
A. J. Field 1307.
F. E. Stefonowicz 778.
Justice of the Supreme Conrt
H. A. Bronson 1407.
Chas. J. Fisk 1487.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Minnie J. Nielson 1970.
N. C. McDonald 1673.
Superintendent of Schools
Annie McCradie 1930.
H. A. Tewell 649.
George Hillier 1048.
Thos. Haustveit 839.
G. D. Collinson 260.
J. A. Beisel 49.
Hans P. Johnson 133.
P. E. Peterson 46.
G. W. Wilkinson 71.
S. J. Doyle 219.
J. P. Smith 261.
Theo Seer 251.
M. F. Hegge 275.
G. S. Wooledridge 157.
Com. of Insurance
F. B. Schneller 248.
R. R. Commisisoners
J. L. Harvey 196.
David J. Gorman 202.
George Gilmore 238.
John Dahley 264.
Clerk of District Gout
R. E. Pepple 257.
HEAVY VOTE CAST
The primary election returns of the
county shows that a large vote was
cast in the county on the Republican
ticket and the N. P. Leajrue has lived
up to their slogan of "Well Stick,"
We'll Win," by nominating practical
ly everyone of their candidates on
the ticket both in the county and In
the state. Last week when we went
to press we were unable to give the
complete returns and at that time
there looked as if there might be
some show for Norton for Congress
and Miss Neilson for State Superin
tendent but later returns show that
they were defeated.
It is estimated that Fraxer \Won
out for Governor by a majority of
about 1600 and that S. J. Doyle was
nominated for Governor on the Dem
Below we give the complete Re
publican and Democratic vote for the
P. D. Norton 1101.
J. H. Sinclair 1197.
Lynn J. Frazer 1525.
John Steen 975.
Carl Kositzky 1467.
John George 903.
Obert Olson 1515.
Bernt Anderson 842.
William Langer 1593.
Geo. P. Holmnes 80$.
Com. of Insurance
S. A. Olsness 1533.
Adolph Wacker 709.
Com. of Agriculture and Labor
John Hagen 1530.
Alex Macdonald 785.
R. R. Commissioners
James Taylor 858.
M. P. Johnson 948.
C. F. Dupuis 1367.
S. J. Aandahl 1451.
Frank Milhollan 1811
Joseph Gaeckle 698.
F. A. Hoare 1467.
Kristian Holl 1516.
J. K. Brostuen 1412.
Robert Byrne 1460.
Fred Eckert 1515.
John Ellickson 1099.
C. C. Mackenroth 1995.
E. M. Erstad 1214.
Earl Gordon 923.
Oscar Westberg 2143.
Clerk of Court
.T. Austin 788.
J. O. Seibert 1381.
Register of Deeds
Ole Ingwaldson 2038.
H. W. Braatelien 989.
C. C. Converse ^703.
Thos. B. Murphy 511.
George Moellring 269.
P. P. Campbell 75.
William Loughland 111.
Dr. A. S. Nicholson 156.
M. J. Borden 59.
H. O. Studerud 69.
Aimer for the
MEN'S BLUE SERGE SUITS
Buy W. S. S.
STAGE AND SCREEN
Variety is the spice of life. Variety
also the spice of motion picture
(No Better Values in America) Made of
$25.00, $22.50, $20.00, $18.50, Percale.
$15.00 and $12.50.
MEN'S CRASH SUITS
For Vacation and Outing Wear EabiesB
$10.00, $5.00, $4.00.
Sixes 2 to 6
Special Values in MensTrwsers
$6.00, $5.00, $4.50, $3.50, $2.50 61.75 per suit
The Lyric Theatre for
the coming week offers a program
that will satisfy the most critical. On
Thursday and Friday of this week,
little Mary Pickford will ap
pear in one of her latest, "The Little
Princess." Those who saw Rebecca
Farm and previous
pictures made by this famous star
will not want to miss this one. Those
who will be in town for the celebra
tion on July 4th should see this pic
ture as it is great. On Saturday
Ethel Clayton will appear in her
World picture entitled "The
Man Hunt." This is the sort of pic
ture we have all been looking for, ami
when they come. Light,
pleasing, and full of comedy. That
is the kind of a picture it is. In con
nection with this picture will be
WILLISTON, NO. DAK.
This week we are
For the particular man. Good
clothes that are well made and
guaranteed to be absolutely
right in every respect. Priced
way below present day values
Wash Sails far
with Cord and
Suspenders Hose Supporters
shown another of those famous Fox
Sunshine Comedies entitled "Damaged
No Goods." Elsie Ferguson's first
photoplay, Barbary Sheep, has been
nothing short of a sensation. Now
that she is accustomed to camera
work she excels herself in "The Rise
of Jennie Cushing" which will appear
at the Lyric Theatre on Monday -and
Tuesday of next week. Those who
have read the book and have laughed
and cried over tho trials of Jennie
will weep copiously and shriek with
laughter at the touching scenes and
the flashes of comedy in this photo
play. In addition to this excellent
program, the famous Medium—Prin
cess Cecelia Gustaf will perform won
ders before the people of Williston.
This famous person is an heir to the
throne of Sweden, and twenty years
ago she predicted the present war.
She also predicts that this war will
end in October of this year. Here is
hoping she is right. See her perform
at the Lyric Theatre next Monday
and Tuesday. The admission will be
In our opinion, the greatest attrac
tion of the week will be on Wednea
Thursday, July 4, 1H8,
day, Thursday and Friday of the com
ing week, when Arthur Guy Empey
will appear in his famous photoplay
entitled "Over The Top." Those who
have been following this story in the
Graphic, or who have read the book,
will want to see this picture. It is
said to be the greatest picture of its
kind ever produced. Empey went over
the top, not only once, but several
times, and in this wonderful photo
play he^ will take you with him thru
his thrilling experiences.
SOTIE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Williston, N. D., June 24,
NOTICE is hereby given that Carrie
A. Honson for the heirs of Jacob Peter
Anderson, deceased, of Wiliston. N. D.,
who, on May 19, 1915, made Home
stead entry, serial No. 021382, for Lots
4 & 5, SE 1-4 S\V 1-4, S 1-2 SE 1-4 of
Sec. 7, T. 152 N.. R. 102 W.. and Lot
5, Sec. 12 and Lots 1 & 5. SE 1-4 NE
NW 1-4 SE 1-4, Section 13, Town
ship 152 N„ Range 103 W., 5th P. Mer
idian, has filed notice of intention to
make three year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, bp
fore Register and Receiver, U. S.
Land Office, at Williston, North Da
kota, on the 6th day of August, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Gunder Aamodt, P. S. Roe, both of
Alexander, N. Dak. C. W. Hanson, Paul
Leonhardy, both of Williston, N. D.
3-5t. W., E. Byerly, Register.