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School will open September 2.
O. R. Guard of Plentywood, visited
here last week.
Ralph Williams of Epping visited
friends here Sunday.
Mrs.
A.
Thurs. and Friday
August 8 and 9
Jack Pickford
—in—
"Tom Sawyer"
by Mark Twain.
—Also—
Mutt and Jeff
—in—
jBack to the Balkans
Matinee daily at 3 P. M.
Evening Two shows, first at!
18 P. M. fig
I
1
Matinee 3 P. M.
Evening three shows, first at'
18 P. M.
Monday and Tiies.
August 12 and 13
Geraldine Farrar
—in—
"The Devil Stone"
Produced by Cecil B. DeMille.
—Also—
Other Attractions.
Around Town
M. Harkins of Stady was
a visitor here Tuesday.
J. D. Murray of Hanks was
a
busi­
ness visitor here Friday.
N. O. Henchel of Mandan was a
guest in the city Sunday.
F. R. Babcock came in Saturday
from Crosby on business.
W. T. Stace of Wolf Point was a
business caller here Friday.
Mr. F. L. Roller of Stanley was
calling on friends Saturday.
Special Fried Spring Chicken Din
ner at the Dakota Cafe Sunday, 50c.
Rev. Elsworth left this noon for a
visit at Stanley and Minot. He ex
pects to return the first of next week.
LYRIC
Kl
Saturday Only
August 10
Theda Bara
—in—
|wThe Two Orphans'
Ea| —Also—
^A FOX SUNSHINE COMEDY^
Matinee Monday at 3 P. M.
Evening two shows, first at!
iKft Giveni
Sl8 P. M.
^Wednesday, Thurs.(|
and Friday j|
Aug. 14,15 and 16
^The Thomas A. Edison Studios^
jg present
1 "The Unbeliever"
i4J Based upon the story "Theu=
sjjVThree Things." The greatest®!
®5story the war has produced by®
glMary Raymond Shipman An-RZ]
nwdrews.
featuring k|
RAYMOND McKEE and
MARGUERITE COURTOT
1
Produced in co-operation withgsj
|the United States Marine Corps.^
Special music every day. Kg
Matinee every day at 3 P. M.
two shows, first atSK
Evening
18 P. M.
Prices—Evening 35c and 25c.
Matinee 25c and 15c.
LYRIC
Charles Petty of Jamestown was
a guest in the city last week.
T. B. Murphy was a business vis
itor at Grenora last Thursday.
Ruth Knight of Fairview visited
friends here for the week end.
B. F. Manning of Wilder, Mont.,
came in last week on business.
George D. Johnson of Watford City
attended to business here Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith of Zahl
were shopping in this city last week.
Special Fried Spring Chicken Din
ner at the Dakota Cafe Sunday, 50c.
N. A. Snook of Doe, N. D., stopped
off here Saturday and transacted busi
ness.
Claude Fansler of Wolf Point, trans
acted business here the latter part of
the week.
Miss Amy Scott went to Minot on
No. 2 Tuesday for a short visit with
friends.
Miss Esther and Minnie Rawitscher
visited at the Marcoux home in Tioga
last week.
Mrs. John Page of Grenora is vis
iting at the Wm. Owens home for
a few days.
Films developed and printed at the
lowest possible prices at Olson's
Studio. 8-2t.
Ole Helland spent several days the
first of the week at Scobey, Mont.,
on business.
L. C. Wingate made a trip to Sid
ney Sunday in his car returning home
the same day.
Mrs. Mueller of Tioga arrived here
Tuesday evening and is the guest of
Chris Braaten.
Don't have your picture taken till
you see the work done by Olson's
Studio. 8-2t.
Mrs. Rev. Holmgrin and son of
Minneapolis is visiting her daughter
Mrs. H. Borrud.
Mrs. Jack Stevenson of Berthold
was shopping in this city the latter
part of the week.
Miss Domick and Mrs. Darst of
Wolf Point visited friends in this city
a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Haskett and
family autoed to Hanks Sunday where
they spent the day.
M. B. Hanks and E. L. Paulson of
Stanley were among the out of town
visitors here Saturday.
Miss Agnes and Hannah Westby
left last week for an extended visit
with friends near Fargo.
Mr. and Mrs. Lanouette and 3011s
Henry and Lewis drove from Fair
view here last Thursday.
Miss Bernice Brainerd is spending
her vacation with her aunt Mrs. H.
G. Schreiber of Grenora.
Miss Evelyn Aune of Wolf Point
was the guest of Manilla Harvey
Wednesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Omar Orr of Rugby
were in Williston the last part of last
week visiting friends here.
H. C. Peterson and C. N. Johnson
both of Hanks were here on business
the latter part of the week.
Miss Meta Schumaker of Williston
is visiting with Miss Helga Aaberg
arriving here on Wednesday.
Corma Sweetman of Lakeside,
Mont., was the guest of Miss Nina
Townsend several days last week.
Miss Alice Saitre of Medicine Lake
and Miss Daisy Dean of the
place were shopping here Tuesday.
Now is the time to have the picture
of the baby taken. Let Olson do the
work and you will be satisfied. 8-2t.
Special Fried Spring Chicken Din
ner at the Dakota Cafe Sunday, 50c.
Dorothy and John Corbett return
ed home Tuesday evening after a
two months visit with relatives at
Stanley.
Miss Marion Seybert left Friday
morning on No. 4 for Minneapolis
where she will spend her two weeks
vacation.
Sherman Callahan left Tuesday on
No. 2 for Minot where he will visit a
short time spending part of his vaca
tion there.
Miss Mable Eidsness left Wednes
day morning for a couple days visit
at Reserve with her brother and sis
ter-in-law.
L. S. Champine of Malta, Mont.,
stopped off here Tuesday on his way
home from the east where he has been
on business.
Dr. and Mrs. Baker have moved
from their apartments in the Union
Block to their new home on 2nd Ave.
E. this week.
E. C. Carney made a business trip
to Medicine Lake last Saturday. He
reports the crop conditions around
there excellent.
Miss Nellie Fuller of Alexander
came over last week and took the
examination for student nurse in a
military hospital.
Mrs. Bert Smith and daughter left
Wednesday for Reserve, Mont., where
they will visit a couple of days with
Mrs. Norman Eidsness.
Julia Kassis arrived here Thurs
day evening from Casper, Wyo. She
will visit friends and relatives here
for two or three weeks.
Otto Wannagot came up from Mi
not last evening and will spent a
couple of days here visiting friends
and transacting business.
Attorney C. C. Converse of the
firm of Palmer, Craven and Converse
of Williston is in town today trying
3. contest case before J. E. Strand U.
S. Commissioner.—Schafer Record.
Mrs. George Schaffer of Madoc is
visiting friends here this week.
L. Harris left for Minot Monday
where he will visit for a short time.
Special Fried Spring Chicken Din
ner at the Dakota Cafe Sunday, 50c.
Arthur Hoeflner of Minneapolis is
visiting with his cousin Mrs. Paul
Leonhardy for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Tuesday morning on No. 1 for Soap
Lake, Wash., where Mr.
Westby
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Peyton and
Mrs. C. S. Jones returned home Fri
day after a two weeks camp trip in
Canada, going through in their cars.
W. H. Shemorry left Monday noon
for Grand Forks and other places in
the eastern part of the state for a
vacation and also to transact business.
M. E. Wilson, President of the Wil
liams County State Bank was a visi
tor at the bank Saturday on his way
from Canada to his home in Minne
apolis.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Currie and son
John and Mrs. E. R. Brownson and
Myrtle Crow left this morning for a
few days outing in the bad lands in
McKenzie county.
Mrs. Fred Peterson (Leona Wood)
*s visiting with her mother, Mrs. F.
E. Wood. Fred has left Williston
for Spokane to look up a location.—
Bottineau Courant.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Greengard'
and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. A1
Rozen all of Mandan autoed to Wil
liston the first of the week and are
visiting relatives here.
Atty. W. G. Owens made a busi
ness trip to Grenora last Thursday
to investigate the causes of the fire
which done considerable damage to
the Jenson Meat Market.
The boys have been in France for
quite a while and will no doubt be
there for some time yet. Send them
pictures of the home folks to cheer
them along. Olson will do the work.
8-2t.
School will open September 2.
There will be a meeting of the di
rectors and stockholders of the Wil
liston Industrial Fair Association at
the Court House Saturday evening at
8 P. M.
Sgt. Down accompanied Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Peyton and Mrs. Jones
from Canada in their cars and will
give a series of talks on the war at
different places near here before he
returns.
It has come to the notice of the
Fair Association that some people
have been trespassing on the Fair*
Grounds which is strictly forbidden.
If these people are caught they will
be prosecuted.
Mrs. G. E. Peterson and daughter
Jewel were guests at the Brant home
Wednesday evening on their way
from their home at Watford to Sauk
Center, where they will visit relatives
for a couple of months.
Miss Pearl Harvey left Sunday
evening for Wolf Point where she will
visit her brother "Spike" Harvey for
a few day^ going from there to Havre
to spend considerable tim% visiting
with her sister Mrs. William Barr.
Will Monroe went to Bismarck, N.
D., last week returning by car to Wil
liston via Dickinson. He says crops
here compare favorably with anything
he saw excepting a section of coun
try near Belfield.—Wolf Point Herald
Mrs. J. W. Booker of El Paso, Tex.,
and Mrs. A. Jacobson of Williston
are visiting with their sister Miss
Helga Aaberg and brother Henry
Aaberg at the latters home north of
Arnegard. They arrived here Wednes?
day.—Alexander Chronicle.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hires,, who have
been at the Gibbs ranch and at Wil
liston for the past ten days have re
turned and will be the guests of Mrs.
C. D. Aaker over Sunday. They will
return to their home in Philadelphia
early this month.
Mr. and Mrs. George Espen left
Wednesday evening on No. 3 for
Tacoma, Wash., where Mr. Espen will
work at ship building. Mr. and Mrs.
Espen have sold their furniture and
will make Tacoma their permanent
home for a while at least.
Mr. and Mrs. Craig received an an
nouncement of. the arrival of an 8
pound son born to Mr. and Mrs.
Swisher at Albert Lea, Minn., this
week. Mr. Swisher was formerly city
editor at the Graphic and their many
friends here will be interested in the
announcement.
Edwin A. Palmer left yesterday for
Chicago where h«i wenj to attend a
convention of the Commercial Law
League of America of which he is
Chairman of the membership commit
tee of this state. His daughter Alice
accompanied him to Wisconsin where
she will visit relatives.
Sgt. Albert Guggedahl arrived here
Monday morning from Camp Dodge,
he will visit relatives during his short
furlough. Albert states that he likes
Camp Dodge very much and that oth
ers of the Williston boys, including
H. S. Safford and Arne Braseth are
feeling fine and like camp.
Prof. C. E. Plume returned Satur
day morning after filling several en
gagements for the Vauter Chautauqua
Company. He traveled as far as Car
rington and reported that the Chau
tauqua was doing well at every town
visited and that they were all renew
ing their contracts for the coming
season.
Special Fried Spring Chicken Din
ner at the Dakota Cafe Sunday, 50c.
WILLISTON GKAPHIC
Westby
lefl
will
be treated for rheumatism.
Your friends will appreciate a
photograph of yourself
at this time.
Have you seen the beautiful work
done by Olson's Studio. 8*2t
Mrs. Dan Brennan who left a couple
of weeks ago for a short vacation
visiting relatives in Grand Forks and
Iowa is expected back this week.
is^n
All Canvas and Tennis
Shoes, Oxfords and
Sandals
1-4 OFF
Get your Fruit Jars now
Mason's,McDonald
Bros. Special
All Sizes at Right Prices
Do your
work well.
Not a single
jar must
spoil
Fred Christ of White Earth was in
this city Monday.
C. C. Reiger transacted business at
Sidney, Mont., Monday.
Nels Rose of Tioga was among the
out of town visitors this week.
Mrs. O. E. Olson of Froid, Mont.,
was a shopper here this week.
Cecilia Okerlund of Plentywood was
shopping here one day this week.
R. R. Smith of Inkster, N. D.,
transacted business here a couple of
days.
Mrs. E. L. Ronda of Froid, Mont.,
was among the out of town visitors
this week.
G. C. Reiger returned home Mon
day morning from a weeks visit in
Minneapolis.
Mollie Townsend accompanied Miss
Corma Sweetman to her home at
Lakeside, Mont., Saturday.
Martin Page of Zahl was here on
Monday leaving with the draft that
left that evening for Fargo.
Rangvold Westby left Sunday noon
for Sheridan, N. D., where he will
visit friends for a few days.
Ole Helland left last evening on
No. 3 for a two weeks trip through
the Yellowstone National Park.
Mrs. Ole Helland and children left
the last of the week for Minnesota
where she will visit relatives for sev
eral weeks.
Miss Janette Hagen of Momehead
is visiting with her mother Mrs.
Mary Hagen and her sister at Alex
ander this week.
Mrs. Mary Hagen and her daugh
ter Miss Janette Hagen arc visiting
their daughter and sister at Alex
ander this week.
Miss Anna Bell and Flava Mustek
left Thursday evening for Great Falls
where they will spend their two weeks
vacation with the formers sister Mrs.
Wolff.
Can! Preserve! Dry!
IT IS OUR PRIVILEGE TO SUPPLY THE
DAILY BREAD OF THOSE WHO FIGHT
OUR BATTLE AGAINST THE HUNS. OUR
BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR SERVICE WITH
OUR FIGHTING MEN IS TO GIVE THEM
WHEAT.
Your Garden Belongs To
The Service Crop
FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES TAKE THE PLACE OF
WHEAT. EVERY POUND OF FRUIT MUST BE CANNED.
DON'T WASTE ANY GARDEN STUFF. WHAT YOU CAN
NOT EAT NOW MUST BE SAVED FOR THE WINTER.
Bruegger's
A Safe Place to Trade
EK W VI Vlf 'fli'1' i/l"" *1' 'ift m^i
W. W. Boardman has accepted a
position in the office of E. C. Carney.
L. C. Wingate 13 transacting busi
ness at Mondak today.
Miss Janette and Ruth Knebel and
Miss Amy Brownell of St. Paul ar
rived here Monday and are visiting
at the S. Brownell home.
E. A. Palmer left yesterday on No.
2 for Chicago where he will spend his
vacation and also transact business
for a couple of weeks. Mis3 Alice
accompanied him to Wisconsin and
will visit relatives there.
Frank Babcock of Whitefish, Mont.,
was a guest at the .Leonhardy home
Monday and Tuesday of this week.
Mr. Babcock was one of the pioneer
residents of this city and this is his
first visit here in 17 years.
P. C. Hamre is in receipt of a let
ter from his wife this week stating
that she is in Milwaukee under -the
care of Dr. Snider and is getting along
very nicely but does not know when
she will be able to return home.
Carol Borgen, who acted as book
keeper at the McKinney-Fuller garage
a couple of years ago passed through
here Monday evening on her way to
Great Falls where she is now employ
ed. She has been spending her vaca
tion in the cities.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Kvindlog and
daughter are leaving Friday for Port
land, Ore., making the trip by arto.
Mr. Kvindlog has sold his interest in
the Williston Exchange to his brother
John and they will make Portland
their permanent home.
DINNER PARTY
The George Rawitscher home was
the scene of a delightful dinner party
last Sunday when a dinner was held
for Harry Rawitscher and Harry
Lempke who are soon leaving for the
U. S. Army.
Thursday, August 8,
Extra Special This
Week
Fancy Ribbon
29c YARD
We have just received a mix
ed car of stone wear consist
ing* of
JUGS, JARS,
MILK CROCKS,
CHURNS, WATER
COOLERS ETC.
All Sizes
Boys and
Childrens
Hats and Caps
49c
Fair Held At
Tioga Friday
An agriculture fair was held at
Tioga last Friday which was well at
tended by the people of Williams
county and the surrounding territory.
One of the features of the fair was
a well arranged grain exhibit which
from reports was a very fine showing
considering the crop conditions this
year.
The afternoon was taken up with
music and some fine talks. Mr. Upton
from Minot who recently returned
from France gave a very interesting
talk on the conditions as found by
him in France and England and the
wonderful work being done there by
the Allied armies and organizations
to win the war and make the world
safe for Democracy.
SILAS HINKLE TRUMBO
Silas Hinkle Trumbo son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse B. Trumbo was born
August 3, 1849, in Clark County,
Ohio, and died at his home at Spring
Brook August 1, 1918, at the age of
68 years 11 months and 28 days old.
Mr. Trumbo came to this country
with his famly a number of years
ago and since that time has resided
on his farm near Spring Brook. Mr.
Trumbo leaves a wife and three chil
dren to mourn the loss of a loving
husband and father. Funeral ser
vices were held at Spring Brook,
Schaff being in charge of the service.
Interment was' made in the city ceme
tery.
REBECCA LODGE
There will be a regular meeting of
the Rebecca Lodge Monday evening,
August 12th. All members of the
lodge are urged to be present.

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