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Thuttday, August 1, 1818.
w.<p></p>Around J'-\: John McKenna went to Minot Sun day on business. John Nelson of Bay was a visitor in the city last Sunday. W. E.. Byerly left for Velva Tues day to visit at hia home. Henry Nelson of Ray spent Sunday in Williston visiting friends. LYRIC Thurs. and Fridays August 1 and 2 Dorothy Dalton —in— :''f "The Price Mark" —and— Mutt and Jeff —in— "The Decoy" Evening Two shows, first at !8 P. M. Saturday Only August 3 William Farnum —in— "The Plunderer* AlSO—. ir Husbands Wifej A Fox Sunshine Comedy. Matinee Daily at 3 P. M. Evening two shows, first atj P. M. Monday and Tiles* August 5 and 6 Marguerite Clark —Also— "Bab's Matinee Idol" —Also— I .1 Other Attractions. Sj Matinee Monday at 3 P. M. S Evening two shows, first atj P. M. Wednesday Only August 7 Sessue Hayakawa —in— "Hidden Pearls" Also Hearst Pathe NewsS Reel 3 Matinee 3 P. M. •flj Evening two shows, first atl i§*8 P. M. Sg 1 Thurs. and Friday 1 August 8 and 9 Jack Pickford —in— "Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain. —Also— Mutt and Jeff —in— I^Back to the Balkans® I Matinee daily at 3 P. M. fe* Evening Two shows, first atfcj IgP.M. —Coming Soon— "The Unbeliever, produced by Thomas A. Edison^ LYRIC Town Margurite Stuart of Ray was a Williston visitor last Sunday. Alice Williams of Ray visited friends in the city laat Sunday. C. C. Reiger left Sunday for a short vacation trip to the Great Lakes. Mr. Henry Nelson of Ray -trans acted business in the city last Friday. J. M. Seater of Wheelock transact ed business in Williston last aStur- day. H. P. Peterson of Hanks was a bus iness visitor in the city last Satur day. A. F. Smith of Plentywood trans acted business in Williston on Mon day. Mrs. G. D. Walker from Wolf Point was a visitor in Williston last Fri day. Miss Addie Birdsell of Berthold visited friends here the first of the week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ever hart on Sunday evening, July 27, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith spent a couple of days in Minot the past week. J. C. Lindsay of Plentywood was a business visitor in Williston on Tues day. Mollie Townsend is visiting at the W. W. Curtis home at Mondak this week. Mrs. A. T. Vollum of Plentywood spent Sunday in the city visiting friends. Claude Fansler of Wolf Point transacted business in Williston last Friday. Tom Fitzgerald of Watford was a Williston visitor the latter pan of last week. Manilla Harvey is acting as pianist at the Lyric in the absence of a reg ular player. E. Dahlquist and wife of Ray, N. D., spent last Saturday in the city shopping. W. B. Scott and wife of Ray, N D., were visitors in Williston on Sat urday last. Mrs. Arthur Floren of Wolf Point spent Friday of last week in Willis ton shopping. P. C. Harris of Plenty wdbd, Mont., was a visitor in Williston the last part of last week. Mrs. Jas. Lucia of Wolf Point was in Williston on Monday of this week ^visiting friends. Miss Corma Sweetman of Lakeside, Mont., is visiting Nina Townsend for a couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisk spent a few days of last week visiting rela tives at Watford. Mrs. E. M. Atterberry is visiting her daughter Mrs. H. G. Snell of Tioga this week. Mrs. J. D. Gates of Scobey, Mont., is visiting at the Edwin A. Palmer home this week. Editor Page of the Grenora Exam iner was a visitor in the city for sev eral days this week. E. Knudson editor of, the Ray Pioneer was a visitor in the city last Sunday and Monday. Mrs. John J. Murphy has as her guest her mother who will remain for an extended time. Margaret Bennett who has been visiting in Epping for several weeks returned home Tuesday. Hazel Brant has accepted a posi tion as stenographer at the Williams County State Bank. George Riddell of Sidney, Mont., was a business visitor in Williston the first of the week. W A MAP FREE Sunset Magazine increases its rates to 20c per copy on news stands and $2 per year and receive a beginning with September Issue, 1918. A Last Chance to subscribe to SUNSET Mag-, azine at the old price of $1.50 per yearly subscription, Large Liberty War Map of the Western Battle Front, FREE. This remarkable offer is open to all whose subscriptions will be received at this office up to August 15th, 1918. Subscribe before this date and save the price of TWO THRIFT STAMPS "Kill two birds with one stone" Help the Government and Yourself. SUNSET MAGAZINE San Francisco, California E. E. Ore of Watford City trans acted business here at Williston on Monday of this week. F. F. Wychoff of Stanley spent Monday of this week here looking af ter business affairs. Joe Kavon of Plentywood trans acted business -here in the city on Tuesday of this week. E. L. Neikirk of Trenton spent Fri day of last week in Williston looking after business affairs. C. F. Peterson of Ray was in Wil liston last Sunday and Monday look ing after business affairs. Henry Nelson spent Tuesday in Williston, he returned to his home at Ray Wednesday morning. P. R. Hendrich of Alexander, N. D., spent Friday of last week in Wil liston transacting business. P. H. Noonan and wife of Fair view spent the first of the week hers at Williston visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Carlson of Wheelock were shopping visitors in the city the first of the week. A. E. Monson and wife of Fair view, Mont., were shopping visitors in this city the first of the week. Rev. J. B. Falkanger of Westby, Mont., is visiting with his daughter Mrs. Torger Hofengen this week. Rev. H. S. Harriss of Lisbon ar rived here last evening and is visit ing friends here for a short time. Mrs. Earl Engels left this week for a two months visit with relatives at Aberdeen, S. D., and ip Nebraska. Dr. T. H. David returned home yes terday from a two weeks trip to the twin cities and other eastern cities. Dr." David returned Wednesday morning from a weeks trip to Min neapolis and other Minnesota points, Mrs. Mary Harvey left Wednes day for her claim at Dore to prepare it for living there for a few months. Miss Clara Newton and Maggie Monroe arrived home Saturday morn ing from a short visit at Camp Dodge, Iowa. Mrs. Rhodes and son Carl of St. Paul who have been visiting at the Hofengen home left Monday for their home. Mrs. Harry Jones arrived here last week and she and her husband are keeping house at the Powell resi dence. Mr. and Mrs. William Broderick returned home last Friday from a two weeks vacation spent with Na tives in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newell and daughter returned home Wednesday evening after a two weeks visit with relatives at Casselton. Miss Edna Sehrt is expected home today from a three weeks vacation spent visiting relatives in the east ern part of the state. Dr. A. J. Juul left last Thursday for Chicago where he will take a montha course for the treatment of Pyorrhea of the teeth. Judge Butler is away on a busi ness trip to Fargo and Valley City this week. He expects to return the latter part of the week. Mrs. Chas. J. Johnson of Muskegan, Mich., spent from Tuesday until Sat urday here visiting friends. She left for her home° Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Schabel of Okla homa City who are visiting at the Settle home spent Thursday of last week in Ray visiting relatives. Miss Ellen Bergh of Ray who was operated on at the Wittenberg hospital for appendicitis a couple of weeks ago returned to her home last week. Miss Mable Duncan of Minne waukan, N. D., who has been visiting with Mrs. Acker for several weeks returned to her home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bell and son and Miss Alice Anderson returned home Sunday from a weeks auto trip visiting several places in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson of Spring Brook were guests here Tuesday even ing attending Chautauqua and also transacting business for the Red Cross. Rev. W. K. Bloom returned to his home at Minot Tuesday morning af ter spending/ several days here a guest at the Congregational par sonage. Chas. A. Mansfield returned home Tuesday from Rochester where he hsa been while Mrs. Mansfield was receiving medical aid at the Mayo hospital. Mrs. G. B. Everson -has as her guests this week her sister Mrs. O. L. Brusletten and daughter of Poison, Mont., and Mrs. F. O. Gunnerud of Brinsmade. J. B. Miles left this morning for Breckenridge, Minn., where he has accepted a position. The family will leave the latter part of the month and will make their home there. Mr. Morris Garrison who left, about a week ago for Minot to attend the Levith-Bader wedding accompanied relatives to Minneapolis, Council Bluff, and Fort Dodge, Iowa by auto. Mr. and MrsT W. J. Husebye are the proud parents of a 10 1-2 pound boy born. Wednesday, July 31. Mother and son are doing nicely and father is wearing a smile that won't come off. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams and Mrs. Ben Williams of White Earth were visitors in the city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams just returned from Canada where they proved up oh a claim. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Morin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brunsvold and Mr and Mrs. G. P. Johnson went tc Williston Monday and spent the day with their cousin Miss Cora Brunsvold.—Ray Pioneer. Mr. John Fister left Saturday morn ing for Tacoma, Wash., where he will work in the ship yards. Mrs. Fister and daughter are staying with her sister Mrs. Lars Christianson but ex pects to leave soon for Tacoma. 3. road. We Have Enlisted To Help Will This War The government needs expert mechanics, will you help re lease them? Self-sacrifice is the rule. NOTICE! Complying with the request of the War Economy Board of the Council of National Defense, and in accordance with the resolu tion adopted by the Board of Directors of the National Automobile Dealers Association at St. Louis, May 18, 19i8, the following war time policy will be enforced by these establishments for the purpose of releasing expert mechanics for Government work. EFFECTIVE AUGUST 10, 1918 1. We will discontinue all unnecessary and free service and inspections. 2. Our salesroom, repair shop and all other departments will be closed after 6:30 P. M. daily,except Saturdays 9 P. M., and all day Sundays. Holidays from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. In order to eliminate unnecessary office work, the Govern ment has requested that all business and efficiently as possible. Therefore, on and after August 10th, 1918, charge accounts will be discontinued. All parts, repairs and labor will be C. O. D. YOUR PATRIOTIC DUTY It will be the patriotic duty of every owner to make all minor adjustments and repairs himself to the end that exery expert me chanic available for war work may be released to the Government. Owners are urged to see that their tools are in order, that jack and pump arc in working condition, that extra tubes and tires are in proper repair and that other neces sary equipment is in condition to enable them to take care of emergency repairs on the Conserve gasoline, oil, and grease whenever possible. Automobile and Accessory Dealers of Williston, N. D. be conducted as economically