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School opens September 2.
A1 Pearson made a trip to Stan ley Sunday. Miss Amy Scott returned Monday from a visit in Minot. E. C. Carney returned Friday from a business trip to Minot. Alec Lester of Mondak was a visi tor in Williston Tuesday. Petra Hovind left Sunday evening for a visit in Plentywood. Mrs. W. W. Boairdman spent last Saturday and Sunday at Ray. Sam Greengard left Tuesday for a short trip to his farm at Tagus. Miss M. C. Bell left this week for a short vacation at Logan, N. D. Nora Borgrude of Sidney visited friends in the city last Saturday. A. B. Smith of Minneapolis spent Sunday in Williston visiting friends. John Seel of Mondak spent Friday and Saturday of last week in the city. Home Made Candies A Specialty Fresh Fruit Always on hand. Try some of our Ice Cream —The— Paris Confectionary Williston N. Dak. Around Town Dorothy Townsend returned Sun- For OM YHU Our candies are pure and wholesome—perfectly safe for young and old. And we carry the kinds that each prefers. Whether it's a stick to lick or something soft, we have it. day from a visit with relatives in Ep ping. M. A. Gothan of Hanks spent Sat urday of last week in the city shop Pin^ C. Q. Reigei* returned yesterday from a business trip to the Twin Cities. Mrs. L. Harris jeft for Minot Mon day for a few days visit with friends there. J. R. Ryon of Sidney, Mont., trans acted business in Williston last Sat urday. A. D. Anderson of Berthold was a business visitor in Williston last Sat urday. Mr. J. Johnson of Scobey, Mont., was a business visitor in the city last. Friday. Mrs. J. Howell of Miles City, Mont.,! visited friends in the city the first of this week. Oscar Hovind of Glasgow was a business visitor in the city the first of the week. J. Johnson of Scobey spent Satur day in Williston looking after busi ness affairs. Miss Edith Duncan has accepted a position as saleslady at Greene's Variety Store. A fine baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaberg on Fri day, August 9. George Johnson and wife of Sid ney, Montana, were visitors in Wil liston on Sunday. A beautiful new line of ladies fall serge dresses now on display at the Eagle Store. 10-lt. J. W. Oeder of Watford City trans acted business' in Williston last Fri day and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Vestre of Bone traill were shopping visitors in Wil liston last Saturday. George Shafer of Shafer was a business caller in the City of Oppor tunity last Saturday. Mr. S. Falkesberg of Bainville, Mont., transacted business in the city the first of this week. Our cash prices on groceries will save you money. Give us a trial. Foster's Cash Grocery. 10-lt. Mrs. A. Horgen of Scobey was a shopping visitor in the city the lat ter part of last week. President Shaw of the Minot Com mission was a visitor in the city for several days last week. A full line of fruits and vegetables at the lowest prices will be found at Foster's Grocery. 10-lt. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Carlson left Sun day by auto for a visit at Mrs. Carl School Supplies Are always a specialty with us, and this year our line is particularly strong for the reason that we have a big lot of our last season's stock. The school tablets are especially big values. You will find they contain more paper and a better quality than many you find this year. Along with our big value school tablets we have a complete line of school supplies includ ing pencils, pencil boxes, paints, crayons, pens, school bags, school lunch boxes, etc. Children's Week, August 24th to September 2nd Our store will be given over almost entirely to the children on above dates. We will make special prices on school ribbon, school hosiery, little boys and girls school hats, pocket combs, pocket knives, mirrors, etc. And for the little tots not yet old enough for school there are blocks, books, toys, wagons, dolls, etc. On Saturday, August 24th. we will give free a whistling balloon free to the children accompanied by parents. Bring the children Saturday and send them to headquarters for school needs. ~wr~~'ws—~mr Greene's Variety East Broadway Williston MUftftAYJ son's home in Osakes, Minn. Wm. Lebens of Tioga is visiting friends in the city. Emma Berg of Berg, N. D., was a visitor in Williston on Tuesday. L. M. Berkeg of Watford transact ed business in the city yesterday. L. C. Wingate came in Monday from Sidney where he had been look ing after his farm interests. A. C. Nielson of Poplar spent sev eral days of last week in the city looking after business affairs. Mr. Lawrence Nelson, McDonald Bros, star salesman is spending a few days this week in Williston. Ladies shopping in Minneapolis will find the Hotel Dyckman most acces sible to all leading stores. 39-tf. Editor Drake, wife and brother from Fairview, Montana, were call ers at the Graphic office on Tuesday. I. 0. Hagen and wife of Grenora spent Saturday of last week in Wil liston shopping and visiting friends. Mable Boystrom returned to the city Saturday evening for a two weeks visit with friends and relatives. Lillian Hilde of Wheelock was a shopping visitor in Williston on Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bell of Alex ander visited with friends in the city yesterday. L. L. Schaffer of Watford was among the visitors from that city here yesterday. F. K. Kohler of Stanley spent yes terday in the city looking after busi ness affairs. Mrs. John Purcell of Trenton was a shopping visitor in Williston on Wednesday. R. F. Mills of Minot arrived in Wil liston yesterday and is calling on all his friends. Edwin A. Palmer and daughter re turned yesterday from a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. George Bruegger left Sunday for Mohall to visit a few days with Helen Conklin. Former County Commissioner Fol den of Tioga is transacting business in the city today. Miss Eunice Innis and Miss Janette Craven are spending a weeks vaca tion at Wolf Point. Bring your butter and eggs to Fos ter's Cash Grocery. Highest market prices paid. 10-lt. Mrs. George Buhler of Miles City, Montana, is in the city the guest of Mrs. M. J. Borden. George W. Oakes of Plentywood, was a business visitor in Williston the first of the week. E. W. Savage and wife of Plenty wood, Mont., transacted business in Williston on Tuesday. Oscar Olson and Mr. G. Olson both of Wildrose were visitors in Willis ton on Monday of this week. A. G. Jacobson and wife of Alex ander, N. D., transacted business in Williston the first of this week. H. P. Brachelsberg pf Hanks was amongst the business visitors from that city here the last of the week. Robert Forester, son of Prof. George Forester former Supt. of the WILLISTON GRAPHIC Specialising in Worth Garments Palmer Garment* Curtain Scrim, Voile, Marquisette, Dotted Swiss. A beautiful assortment at prices ranging from 25c to 75c per yard Scotch Plaid Suits, the smartest line we have ever shown. An excellent value. 40 inch widths. Per yard $1.75 An extra value in Wool Serges, 40 inch widths, in all the leading colors. Values, per yard $1.50 Redfern and Warner Corsets Williston schools has enlisted in the U. S. Navy. T. Riley of Wolf Point transacted business here in the city yesterday. E. L. Paulson of Stanley was a business visitor in Williston yester day. Mr. and Mrs. "Spike" Harvey are visiting with friends and relatives in the city this week. ?Mrs. M. Burns of Milwaukee who has been visiting at the L. Harris home left Monday morning for her home. -Bring your grocery orders to Fos ter's Cash Grocery and have them filled below Catalogue House Prices. 10-lt. Chas. Milloy, Richard Peyton and also Waldo Leonhardy left the first of the week for a fishing trip up into Canada. R. A. Candless Division Superin tendent of the Great Northern R. R. and other officials were visitors in the city yesterday. Rev. Elsworth went to Towner Sat urday to deliver the sermon there on Sunday. He returned to Williston Monday. _L. V. Coulter and C. L. Coefield manager of the Coulter Motor Co. at Alexander left Tuesday morning on a business trip to Fargo. Patrons of the Hotel Dyckman, Minneapolis, are assured a cordial welcome, uniform courtesy and the best of service always. 39-tf. Don't forget to gather together your old metal for the Red Cross Melting Pot at Weatherwax's Jewelry Store. That picture you are going,to send him. He will wear it next his heart —it means that much. Olson's Studio. 9-tf. Mrs. F. Satterlie of Scobey, Mont., spent the latter part of last week in Williston shopping and calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Townsend left Tuesday for Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Townsend will receive medical treatment. The m6tal you take down to the Red Cross Melting Pot may save the life of one of our Williston boys now in France. Just arrived a beautiful and com plete line of ladies skirts and silk waists. Call and see them. Eagle Store. -10-lt. F. W. Medbury of Stanley and T. F. Burns of Tioga were the attorneys in a contest case at the local land of fice last Thursday. Chas. Gauthier left Tuesday for Colorado Springs where he will join his wife and daughter Grace, who is there for treatment. Bill O'Laughlin returned Saturday from a weeks vacation in Minneapolis and has resumed his duties in the Williams County State Bank. George Voneida, of the Minot Auto Company was in the city the first of the week. He left Tuesday on a trip up the branch to Plentywood. Gladys Vikon left Monday for her home in Bottineau after a visit of several weeks With her sister, Mrs. Wm. Husebye. Neal Anderson, one of the force in the Hedderich store, left the first of the week on a two weeks vacation in the Twin Cities. Can you think of anything that car ries more cheer to the boy "over ilfrl 11%* •V"BI pfr Save the Fruit—Can Without Sugar Williston North Dakota Your Autumn Apparel Ready in ample varieties and distinctive styles, the qualities are unexcelled, the colorings are new above our usual high standard and all reasonably priced. and New coats, suits, waists and dresses for all occasions. A wide range of styles and materials to choose from. Childrens School Wash Dresses made from ginghams, chambray and percales, all nicely trimmed 75c to $2.25 Eat what you can, can what you can, what you cannot eat, you can. Bruegger's Dealers In Everything there" than photos of home folks? Olson's Studio. 9-tf. Helga Aaberg is in the city the guest of her brother, Henry Aaberg. Marion Denny and Dorothy l?agan left Sunday for Minneapolis. Marion will visit for a couple of weeks in Minneapolis and Dorothy to Green Bay, Wisconsin. Auditor Aaen and family, Mrs. Oscar Hoving of Glasgow and Miss Opah Moe visited relatives in Arne gard Saturday, making the trip by auto. Misses Ruth and Janette Knevei and Miss Amy Brownell who have been visiting at the Brownell home left Tuesday morning for their homes in St. Paul. The Williston Land office is closed every Saturday afternoon between June 15 and September 15th and also will be closed all day Labor Day, September 2. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Yohs returned this week from a trip to. Minneapolis by auto. Owing to the recent heavy rains they found the roads in pretty bad shape in places. O. J. Helland of the Williams Coun ty State Bank left Saturday for a vacation of two weeks. He joined his wife at her home and expects to spend some time at Detroit Lakes. We owe so much to him that has made every sacrifice—his relatives— his friends—and perhaps his life— for his country and for us. Help cheer him with your photograph. Olson's Studio. 9-tf. Mr. and Mrs. Welliver of Miles City, Montana, are in the city visit ing with friends this week. They, ac companied by Mrs. Tom McKay, made a trip to Plentywood by auto the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Bi-uegger left last week for the springs at Boulder, Montana, for a short vacation. Mrs. Bruegger expects to visit her son Hjalmar at Camp Lewis, Wash., be fore returning home. E. C. Palmer, former county sur veyor of Williams county, and one of the old timers in this section of the country was visiting with friends last week. Mr. Palmer is now lo cated in Montana. W. H. Westergaard returned from a trip by auto through Montana. lie came home by way of Glendive and had a hard time of it on account of Wanted Scrap Iron Bring in Your Old Iron Will Pay You from $14 up to $15 Per Ton We cpn use any quantity whether large or small. Will pay for good country mixed rags 2c per pound. Also highest prices paid for copper, brass, lead, auto tires, inner tubes, rubbers, etc. SALSBERG BROS. & CO. Telephone 203 Williston, .N D. First Ave. West Thursday, August 22, 1918. Coats Suits Skirts Dresses Waists neat, the tailoring even Special lot of Wash Petticoats, all nice ly made of gingham and sateen. Good values $1.10, $1.65, $2.25 Boys and Girls School Shoes, button and lace, shoes that are good and service able. Considering present day shoe values we think they are moderately priced. EXTRA SPECIAL Another lot of Mercerized Poplins, all the leading colors. 40 inch widths. Per yard 33c New Neckwear New Gloves HIDES, PELTS, WOOL, ETC. Furnished by Salesberg Bros. & Co., Williston Hides—Prices have been set by the government depending on the kind and grade. Prices given here with are for good quality stock free from brands and grubs. Sheep Pelts—Full wool pelts are bringing high prices. Short wooled, lambs, shearlings and clips at full values. Tallow—The market remains firm with high prices ruling. There are re ports that the government will set the price on this commodity later on. No. 1. No. 2. Cured hides 17c .16 Cured bulls 14c .13 Cured calf 29c .27% Cured kip 19C ,17 s* Cured kip, long hair ed 16c .14^ Green unsalted hides 2c less. Cured Beacon skins, each $1.75 $1.50 Cured horse hides, as to size, each $3.50 to $6.00 Cured Ponies and glue horse hide£, each $1.50 to $2.50 Cured Colt skins, each.. .50 to $1.00 Sheep pelts, as to size, full wool, each $1.00 to $3.50 Clip and shearling pelts 25 to $1.00 Tallow, rendered in barrels 14c .13 Above quotations subject to mar ket changes without notice. the many bridges washed out by the recent heavy rain. Mr. C. Joseph returned this morn ing from a buying trip to Eastern markets. He states that he has bought the finest assortment of ladies ready-to-wear that has ever been seen in this section of the country. There are a thousand and one little happenings in your life which men tioned in your letters to the front will stimulate his enthusiasm, but think how much your photos would mean to him. Olson's Studio. 9-tf. MRS. BERGMAN ENTERTAINS Mrs. F. P. Bergman had a knitting party at her home on Second Avenue East Saturday afternoon.