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Thursday, August 29, 1918.
You can't eat your sugar and Rive it to the soldiers too. The Ellithorpe mine is again open for business. ll-2t. B. F. Anderson was a business vis itor in the city on Monday. Fred Gothan of Hanks was a Wil liston visitor last Saturday. Olive Olson of Wildrose was a vis itor in Williston on Tuesday. The food program is a lighting program and every fighter counts. Constructive work at home must run well ahead of destructive work at the front. The International Sugar Commis sion took stock of the sugar on hand, substracted Allied requirements, and alloted America her share, then the Food Administration counted noses and announced two pounds per for our folks). Has anybody a better plan Around Town LYRIC --Theatre- Saturday Only August 31 William Farnum —in— "The Bondman" —Also— "A Tight Squeeze" A Sunshiny Comedy. Matinee 3 P. M. Evening three shows, first at 8 P. M. Monday and Tues. Sept. 2 and 3 Vivian Martin —in— "The Fair Barbarian" Also other attractions Matinee Monday at 3 P. M. Evening two shows, first at 8 P.M. Wednesday Only Sept 4 J. Stuart Blackton The Master of Screencraft presents "The World For Sale" from the novel' by Sir Gilbert Parker. —also—- THE LATEST NEWS ON THE SCREEN Matinee at 3 P. M. Evening two shows, first at 8 P. M. Thurs. and Friday Sept. 5 and 6 Dorothy, Dalton —in— "Love Letters" —Also— Mutt and Jeff —in— ONE OF THEIR LATEST .Matinee both days at 3 P. M.. Evening Two shows, firet at 8 P. M. Only the simple life is honorable or even decent today. All the latest sheet music at the Williston Drug Co. 11-lt. Iver Svare of Wildrose transacted business in the city yesterday. S. E. Stack of Mondak transacted business in this city yesterday. Elizabeth Gelse of Fairview, Mont., spent Sunday visiting friends here. O. L. Foss of Alamo spent Satur day in Williston transacting business. Eddie Nelson of Ray transacted business here the middle of the week. Gilman Asleson of Ray spent Fri day of last week visiting in Williston. Mrs. E. A. Parllin of Scobey, Mont., visited friends in Williston last Fri day. Torvold Johnson of Grenora was a visitor in the city the first of this week. Ardin Lea of Spring Brook was a shopping visitor in the city last Sat urday. Mrs. W. H. Linwell of Ray was in Williston last Saturday visiting friends. Mrs. E. C. Corales of Berthold spent Sunday last in Williston visiting with friends. Mr. L. Hanson and wife of Wolf Point were visitors in Williston yes terday. Mrs. Anna Strand of Hamlet spent Tuesday of this wee kin Williston shopping. Mrs. W. W. Wirtz spent Saturday of last week in the city visiting friends. F. A. La Trail of Grenora trans acted business in this city on Tuesday of this week. Agnes Nylen of Glendive, Mont., was a shopping visitor in Williston last Saturday. We are giving our work, our time and our money, but "They" are giv ing their lives. C. A. Mayfield of Plentywood trans acted business in Williston on Mon day of this week. H. C. Austa and wife of Alexander, N. D., spent Saturday of last week i% Williston shopping. W. B. Mathews of Wildrose trans acted business in Williston the latter part of last week. A. S. Aasand of Manford, N. D., visited friends in Williston the first part of this week. Mrs. Turner of Wolf Point spent Wednesday of this week here visiting friends and shopping. E. E. Osborne of Grenora spent the first of the week in Williston looking after business affairs. The sugar S. C. S. is a do-it-now call—for what is not well done now will not be done at all. T. E. Charlson of Ray was •among the Williston visitors from that city to Williston last Friday. When you buy coal you want to get carbon. The Ellithorpe lignite is rich in carbon. Try it. ll-2t. Otto Swanson and wife of Ray ,were among the Williston visitors from that city last Saturday. Ladies shopping in Minneapolis will find the Hotel Dyckman most acces sible to all leading stores. 39-tf. E. A. Strand of Hamlet and B. O. Strand also from Hamlet transacted business here the latter part of last week. Go to the Ellithorpe mine for the best grade of lignite coal. The Elli thorpe lignite coal is rich in carbon. Try a load. ll-2t. Give your neighbor a lift—this war is a single front under a single com mand—what is anybody's trouble is everybody's trouble. Can you think of anything that car ries more cheer to the boy "over there" than photos of home folks? Olson's Studio. 9-tf. Mr. and Mrs. Backlund of Wolf Point autoed to Williston last Sunday and spent the day visiting at the Wm. Husebye home here. Mrs. J. Vikan and daughter Gladys arrived in Williston last evening from Bottineau and will visit here with her daughter Mrs. Wm. Husebye. Patrons of the Hotel Dyckman, Minneapolis, are assured a cordial welcome, uniform courtesy and the best of service always. 39-tf. E. C. Carney left last Thursday for Rochester, Minn., where his wife has been for some time. He expects to be away from Williston for about two weeks.' The directors of the Willistoh Build ing and Loan Association held a meet ing on Tuesday evening of this week to discuss further development of the association. 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. Mrs. Ed. Hillstad of Bonetraill re turned Saturday from a weeks visit at Fargo. Mrs. Hillstad reports very fine crops in that section of the state, but also says that the shocks were standing in water in many places when she left there. Special Saturday, white laundry soap 5c per bar. Variety Store, East Broadway. 11-lt. H. K. Brown science teacher at the Williston High School is expected in Williston on Friday of this week. Mr. Brown has been spending his vaca tion in the south. W1LU8TON GRAPHIC Get the habit, try Greene's first. 11-lt. Mr. Walker returned this week from Rochester, Minn. Miss Anna Bell spent Sunday last visiting friends at Ray. E. W. Hall was a visitor in Willis ton the first of the week. Mr. J. H. Haskett motored to Gre nora on business yesterday. C. F. Peterson of Ray was a visitor in the city Tuesday evening. T. C. Peterson of Billings was a visitor in our city last Friday. Mrs. John Hyde left Monday morn ing for a short visit to Minneapolis. Send the children to the Variety Store for their school supplies. 11-lt. Lois Fuller of Alexander is visit ing with friends in the city this week. Sam Greengard left Friday morn ing for Scobey, Mont., on a business trip. Mrs. Joe Greengard and daughter liable left for a short visit to Chi cago. Mr. L. C. Wingate left this morn ing for a business trip to eastern points. Miss Emma Olson "from Sidney is visiting with friends in Williston this week. J. H. Sinclair spent a short time in Williston the latter part of the week. Mr. McFarlan of Ray was a busi ness visitor in Williston Tuesday evening. Miss Margaret McAdoo of Scobey, Mont., was a visitor in Williston last Sunday. Mr. John Bruegger returned Fri day of last week from a short trip in Montana. L. C. Reep banker of Grenora, was a visitor in Williston on Monday of this week. The towns biggest school supply. Values will be found at the Variety Store. 11-lt. Miss Vera Tone has accepted a po sition as saleslady at the Greene Variety Store. Mrs. Cecil McNutt from Alexander N. D., is visiting with her daughter Mrs. Lois Ross. For consistent every day savings go to the Variety Store, East Broad way. 11-lt. Mrs. -Hartzel from Havre is visit ing with her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Braseth. Mr. and Mrs. Wingate arrived here Tuesday evening from their farm near Sidney, Mont. Last years tablets at last years prices at the Variety Store on East Broadway. 11-lt. Elibabeth Champion returned from Rugby Friday evening where she had been visiting friends. Judge Butler and E. G. Scholander made a trip by auto to Wheelock on Tuesday of this week. Dr. Juul returned the first of the week from Chicago where he has been for the past few weeks. Miss Mae Edmon of Froid is visit ing with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cecil at the Butler farm. Miss Lillian Konsella from Minne apolis is visiting with her relatives here, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Konsella. School bags, school lunch boxes and everything in school supplies at the Variety Store, East Broadway. 11-lt. Miss Overlie bookkeeper at the Bruegger Mercantile Co., spent Sun day visiting friends at Wolf Point, Mont. Miss Nellie Larson left the first of the week for a two weeks vacation to Minneapolis, St. Paul and Camp Dodge. Miss Jeanette Hagen returned to Moorhead the first of this week after visiting with her sister Mrs. Mary Hagen. Tinware, enamelware and aluminum ware, complete line, lowest prices, at the Variety Store, East Broadway. 11-lt. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Haskett, Miss Mary Hagen and Miss Jeanette Hagen made an auto trip to Grenora last Friday. Miss Florence Dennett arrived in Williston last Saturday and has ac cepted a position at the Williams County State Bank. Francis Sharp who has acted as cashier at the Bruegger Mercantile Co. for some time has left to teach school east of Williston. Miss Leona and Harold Gauthiei leave for Colorado Springs. in their car Monday to visit Mrs. Gauthier and Grace who are there. Mrs. L. G. Garrettson and -daugh ter left for St. Louis last Sunday where they went to receive medical treatment for her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mallom of Glendive arrived here Tuesday and is visiting at the Rieger home. Mrs. Mallom is a sister of Mr. Rieger. Mrs. Clyde Kenney is expected here next Monday from Minneapolis. She has accepted a position as teacher at the Palmer school north of Williston. Mr. Blair manager of the Grocery Dept. at Brueggers left Wednesday morning for a visit at Stanley. He expects to return to Williston Satur day. Mr. John Kassis received a cable gram from his brother Eli stating that he had arrived safely in Eng land. Eli is in one of the U. S. A. Machine Gun companies. Miss Edith Duncan who has been working as saleslady at Greene's Variety store for some time will leave the first of the week to t°ach at the Musick school west of Willisr ton. Mr. Rieger suggests that farmers who need extra help during harvest, call on the Williston tennis club as they will find a very physical fit body of men able to withstand the stren uous harvest work after their effi cient training during their recent tournament. Evelyn Leonhardy is in the coun try on a vacation. Edith Crow leaves Monday for her school east of Epping, Mrs. Porritt of Fargo is in the city visiting with relatives. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kron this morning, a daughter. Lois Fuller of Alexander is in the city visiting with friends. Mens Handkerchiefs, excellent qual ity, 3 for 25c. Variety Store. 11-lt. Miss Frazer of the telephone office left Wednesday for a vacation in Mi not.. School Tooth Brushes, good quality, special Saturday 10c each. Variety Store. 11-lt. If its anything in dishes you need you will find it at the Variety Store, East Broadway. 11-lt. R. J. Walker arrived the first of the week from Minneapolis and is visiting with his family. 2 in One shoe polish, white or black, 10c Saturday, Variety Store,, East Broadway. 11-lt. D. F. Mclntyre of Alexander moved into town the first of the week and will remain here until next spring. Esther Rawitcher leaves this week for Epping where she accepted the principalship of the high school. Mable Greengard and mother, Mrs. Joe Greengard, left Monday for Chi cago where Mable will receive medi cal treatment. Jap Rose soap, special Saturday, 10c per bar. Variety Store, East Broadway. 11-lt. Don't forget the M. W. A. dance for the benefit of their boys in the service. It is to be held this evening in the I. 0. O. F. hall. A. F. Barrett left Tuesday for Bowman where he will visit for two weeks. From there he goes to Grand Forks to take some special training for war work. F. P. Bergman left for Grand Forks Saturday morning for a short busi ness and pleasure trip. He will visit his father while there and bring his daughter back who has been visiting there for some time. E. A. Francis left this week for Fargo, N. D., to attend the meeting of the Farm Loan Secretaries that are in session there. Mr. Francis expects to visit the twin cities before he returns to Williston. The Jlapp^ Hollow branch of the Red Cross will hold an apron sale on the afternoon of Saturday, Septem ber 7th and a Jitney Dance in the evening *at the Metzger corner on Broadway and Main St. here. 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. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wilson will leave here shortly for Rugby where Mr. Wilson will act as agent for the G. N. R. R. at that place. Mr. Wilson has been agent here for some time and their many Williston friends wish them the best of luck in their new home. Mens or Ladies Black Hose, good every day stockings, Saturday'special 17c per pair. Variety Store. 11-lt. Subscribe for the Graphic. Williston Has Fire Monday Morning Monday morning about five thirty the people of Williston were awaken ed from their peaceful slumbers by the fire alarm and from the large blaze blaze that could be seen from all parts of the city it was thought that most of the business district must have been on fire. The fire was confined to two small frame build ings in the alley back of the City Bakery. One of the buildings was completely burned to the ground.while the other was damaged beyond re pair. A tenant was sleeping in one of the buildings at the time of the fire but escaped uninjured. Some damage was done by the heat from the fire to the back of the Stroud resi "Over The Top" The call sounded—the need was urgent —and we answered. America went "over the top" in the Third •Liberty Loan—but The Huns are not yet beaten. Again the call will sound—and again we must be ready to respond. Preparedness is in order. Mobilize your dollars in a bank account. Get them "in training" now to strike an other death-knell for the war-crazed Prussian hordes. Kiddies Pencil tablets ........ .£ 5 and 10c Pen tablets ...... I 5 and 10c Typewriter paper tabs ... 15, 25 and 50c Composition Books 5c Spelling tablets 5c Examination tablets 5 and 10c Palmer Method writing books 15 and 25c Prang's paints 25c Loose Leaf note books 25,35,40 and 50c Dictionaries 25,50 and 75c Fountain Pens $1.00 to $6.00 Rulers, Pens, Pencils, Paint Colors and many other necessaries Williston Drug Co, Williams Couty Slate Baik All Deposits Guaranteed under the North Dakota Guarantee Fund Act Williston N. Dak. School Page Fire dence on Second Avenue West. A large crowd witnessed the fire which was soon under the control of the local fire department. E. A. Palmer Visits Great Lakes Station Attorney E. A. Palmer of this city who recently returned from a busi ness trip to Chicago states that while there he had the pleasure of motor ing out from Chicago to the Navai Training Station at Great Lakes, 111., about thirty five miles north of Chi cago. It was on a Wednesday after noon and Mr. Palmer says he sa« 15,000 soldiers on review there which was headed by a naval band of 1,000 pieces. Mr. Palmer stated that there are at least 48,000 men in training at this station.