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Williston graphic. (Williston, Williams County, N.D.) 1895-1919, December 05, 1918, Image 12

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Makes Such
Light, Tasty Biscuits
Just let mother call, "Biscuits for
Breakfast!" We're sure there a
treat that can't be beat in store
for us light, tender biscuits
toasty brown and all puffed up
with goodness! For mother is suret
of her baking powder—Calumet.
She never disappoints us because
CALUMET
BAKING POWDER
never disappoints her.
It's dependable. Results
always the same—the best.
Try it.
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Calumet contains only such ingre
dients as have been approved offi
cially by the U.S.Food Authorities.
You
Save
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Come early and select your gifts. There is something
for everyone to be found in this Wonderful assortment.
Last year's prices with a 10 per cent discount means
that you can make a wonderful saving.
Remember the dates and get your share of this bar
gain feast rf
jeweler and Great Northern Watch Inspector
Succesor to F, H. Smith
Main Street Williston N. D.
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When You Buy It.
You Save When You Us® It
•QUALITY
AWARDS
The Government Says
Do Your Xmas
Shopping Early
Commencing Saturday, November 23rd. we will sell
anything in our complete stock of Jewelry, Clocks,
Glassware, Silverware, etc., at a 10 per cent discount.
This reduction includes all of the new stock we have
received lately as well as the stock purchased from Mr.
Hi Smith.
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SALE STARTS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23
And Lasts Until Christmas
Herman Kreisel
—is popular just now. Twelve photographs will
solve the gift problem for twelve friends. They will
appreciate them too.
Artistic Photographs and Frames
36 Main Street. Williston, N. Dak.
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WUTNVS SAY
MOOT IB CUSS
Sine® the soldier* overseas have
keen Informed by their officers that
the American Red Craw will play San
ta Claus this Christmas ,for all the
boys In khaki who have no relatives
In the United States,' Red^roas Head
Quarters at Washington has been re
ceiving hundreds of appeals. Inci
dentally the .men at the front have
taken this time' to express thei*
One Red Cross nurse writes:
"Am inclosing the coupon, but please
be sure all the boys at the front get
their packages first, then if one is left
will appreciate It, as I suspect all the
others wiH have something from home
which will make me' a little lonesome.
Words cannot express our appreciation
for the Red Cross."
"The Red Cross is a great help and
blessing to the soldiers any and every
where."
"We of the A. E. F. are constantly
being shown evidences of the wonderful
work the'Red Cross is doing and are ex
tremely thankful."
"Dear Red Cross Workers.—After we
left dear old America we thought we
were traveling away' from your kindness,
but we did not. We cannot praise you
too highly for your work.' 1 have no
folks at home to send me a Christmas
package/'
t:Wqrds cannot express the obligation
We are under for th£ work you are doing
to help us along."
"I know they would greatly appreciate
any little remembrance. I wish to most
sincerely thank the Red Cross for all the
kindnesses and benefits they have be*
stewed upon our beySk"
GRMDMA USED SUE
TEA
TO
IMRKER HIUR
She mixed 8ulphur with it to
Restore Color, Gloss,
Yonthfulneu.
Common garden sage brewed into a
heavy tea with sulphur added, will turn
gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully
dark and luxuriant. Just a few applica
tions will prove a revelation if your' hair
is fading, streaked or gray. Mixing the
Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe at home,
though, is troublesome. An easier way is
to get a 50-ccnt bottle of Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Compound at any drug store
all. ready for use. This is tne old time
recipe improved by the addition of other
ingredients.
While wispy, gray, faded hair is not
sinful, we all desire-to retain our youth
ful appearance and attractiveness. By
darkening your hair with Wyeth's Saw
and Sulphur Compound, no one can tell,
because it does it so naturally, so evenly.
You just dampen a sponge or soft brush
witlf it and draw this through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time by
morning all gray hairs have disappeared,
and, after another application or two,
your hair becomes beautifully dark,
glos?y, soft and luxuriant.
This preparation is a delightful toilet
requisite and is not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disea^.
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WILU8T0W GRAPHIC
ap-
preclation for the work done by the
Red .Cross "Over There."
Following are a few egcerpts taken
at random from letters Inclosing
Christmas Package Coupons: 1
"Dear Mr., Miss or Mrs. Red Cross.—I
would appreciate it tremendously If you!
would aend me a Xmas package. I have
no relatives, and a little something (torn
the good old U. S. A. would he appreci
ated beyond worda. The Red Cross haa
done so much for us over here, and you
don't know just how we appreciate It
beyond everything else."
An Italian thus addresses his Chrlat
as appeal:
"To Whom It May Concern.—I am In
Service In France and, having no people
In the United States, would like to re
ceive a little package from the Red Cross
on Xmas. I am in No Man's Land in a
big woods, and it is raining."
I have been informed the Red Cross
will send Xmas packages to any soldier
who sends them bis Xmas package cou
pon. I have received so much tobacco
and other things from the Red Cross In
my fourteen months in France scarcely
like to write again. I am in the hospital
recovering from wounds, and the Red
Cross furnishes us with daily papers,
writing material, tobaccq, fruits and rec
reation."
"1. have no one else to send my Xmas
coupon to, so am sending it to you, as
per notice on our bulletin board. If you
aend a package I would appreciate It If
you would inclose a bill for same, for I
would gladly pay It. I don't want to im
pose on you.. The Red Cross is the best
friend we have."
Shirts
Hosiery
Underwear
CHRISTMAS OVER THERE. YOUR
PORTRAIT. OLSON STUDIO. .18.
Want Ad's
ROOMS FOR RENT—Have rooms
for Tent in modern house. Call at
618 first avenue east or phone' 162
Black. 42 tf.
FOR SALE—Diamond willow, ash
and Box Elder fence posts for sale
at Wheelers barn. Also wood deliv
ered to any part of the city. C. B.
Wheeler. 39-tf.
FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR N. D.
LAND—A five room"• new, up-to
date house and lot in Southern Cali
fornia, 30 miles from Los Angeles.
Write for information to I. M. Hop
kins, Corinth, N. D.' 14-tf.
FOR SALE—New Singer Sewing ma
chine!* In best of condition. Inquire
T. C. H. care of Graphic. 10-tf.
FOR SALE CHEAP 1916 Ford
Touring Car in the best of shape.
Presto and' electric lights, speedom
eter and set of new tires with extra
tire on back. Will sell at a brgain if
taken at once. T. C. Hutchinson.
Care of Graphic Office.
WANTED— Solicitors for subscrip
tions for a live county paper. Good
chance for school boy or girl to make
big money during vacation. Good
commission. Address P. O. box 209,
Williston, N. D. 50-tf.
FOR RENT Two partly furn
ished rooms for light house keeping,.
408 North Main Street.
FOR SALE—House for sale at a
bargain. Nice little house located
on West Broadway. Can quote at
tractive price to party who" means
business. Address 565, care Graphic,
Williston, N. D. 19-tf.
TO TRADE—Young team of mares
for Ford car. Must be in good
condition. Call at Graphic. 8-tf.
D. D. Sullivan's Optical Specialist
of Fargo will visit Williston on Fri
day, December 6th. All those .hav
ing defective eyesight or who need
their glasses changed or renewed will
please call at the hotel on the above
date arid have their eyes examined.
23.-3t.
~FOR RENT Hotel at Williston
N. D., for further inform'ation write
W. C. Gibb, Havre, Mont. 23-3t
WANTED-Several young men over
seventeen! years of age to learn
the business with a large concern,
good wages and asplendid opportun
ity for those with good education,
-rood character and who arewilling
to work. Answer by letter, stating
age and furnishine references. Box
1327, Minot, N. D.ak. 24-3t.
Neckwear
Handkerchiefs
Lounging
Robes
During- the war no one felt like buying
dress cloths one bought only the absolute ne
cessities. Now that the war is over and Xmas
time approaches, you'll probally feel, like cele
brating.
One of the first ways we know df cele
brating in dress cloths is to get the best, the
kind that Hart Schaffner & Marx make Fine
all wool fobrics, Styled right, Tailored right
and priced right.
Claimant nam^s as witnesses:
James Cadoo. of Williston, Ni IX.
George Farrell, Ole Aronsop, both of
Epping. N. D., Theodore Pirre of Will
iston, N. D.
25-6t W. R. Byerly, Register.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In1 the Matter of the Estate
Henrv Martin Shannon, Deceased.
The fine thing about such a celebra­
tion is the fact that it will last as long as the
cloths-do and that means for a good many sea
sons.
Good quality is the best Economy be
cause it wears so long.
We are Hearquarters for the Hart
Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats.
We carry a complete line of the Seasons
Newest weaves, patterns, styles and cuts to
fit all particular men and young men.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS FROM $25 T0$50
Do Your Christmas Shopping Early
EVERYTHING A MAN NEEDS TO WEAR
TAKEN UP-Came to my place 27
miles northwest of Williston the first
part of November and was taken up
last week, a bull calf about 6 months
old. He is white and red spotted and
has good sized horns. Owner can
have same by proving property, pay
for this advertisment and other ex
penses. Mrs. Louise Hillestad. 243tp
NOTICE* FOR PUBLICATION
"Department*of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Williston, N. D. Novem
ber 26, 1918.
NOTICE is hereby given that Helen
Pirre of Route 1, Epping N. D., who on
October 4, 1913, made Homestead en
try, serial No. 019702, for Lot 4, SiNWl
andWJNEl section-4. Township 154 N.,
Range 99, W. of the 5th Meridian,
has filed 'notice of intention to make
three year proof to establish claim to
the land above described, before the,
Reprlster and Receiver U. S. Land Orace
Williston, N. D„ on the 8th day of Jan
uary, 1919.
Collars Garters
Sweaters Gloves
Leather Goods Mufflers
Slippers Moccosins
GREENGARD BROS.
THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHS
Williston North Dakota
of
Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned executors of the Estate of
Henry Martin Shannon late of the
Township of Truax In the County of
Williams and State of North Dakota,
deceased, to the creditors*of, and all
persons having claims against, said
deceased, to e'xhibit them with the
necessary vouchers, within four months
after the first publication of this no
tice, to said Executors at the Williams
Countv State Bank in' the City of Wil
liston in said Williams County, North
DnUntfl
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Dated November 27th, A. D. 1918.
G. B. Metzger,
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B. J. Schoregge,
Executors.
Pirst publication on the 28th day of
November A. D*1918.
Usher L. Burdick and John J. Murphy,
Attorneys for Executors,
Williston, N. D.
24*4t-
•f. SECOND SUMMONS
State of North Dakota. County of
Williams., ss. ....
In Justice Court, before N. B. Ludo
wese, Justice of the Peace.
H. C. Windell, plaintiff,vsOscar Car.l
son, defendant.
Second Summons
THE STVfK OF NORTH DAKOTA TO
THE SAID OSCAR CARLSON:
you are
By this s'econd summons
hereby directed to appear before me at
my office in the City of Williston, at 22-6t
the hour of ten o'clock in theforenoon
on the 23rd day of December,1918 there
to answer the-complaint of H. C. W'n"
dellfor professional services rendered
to you by iplaintif/f as a duly licensed
physician within the state of North
Dakota and that a garinshment action
instituted by plaintiff
as a
provision­
al remedy in connection with the above
entitled action there
has
Craven & Converse,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Willistan, N«rth Dakata.
been dis­
closed by the garnishee, A. F. Blad. the
sum of,Seventy nine JBollars ana sixty
cents ($79.60) as the amount of indebt
edness upon open account oweo.by said
A. F. Blad. to the defendant and de
A. F. Blad, to the defendant
manding judgment against y®u .J®"" J-*}®
sum of 'Ninety-four Dollars ($94.00)
with interest iii 'the rate of 6 percent
from March 17, 1915, plus the costs and
disbursements of this action: and fur
ther demanding that the said indebted
ness of the said A. F. Blad be adjudged
to be assigned to and paid to,the plain
tiff to apply upon the amount of your
said indebtedness to plaintiff and up
on the costs of these proceedings.
Given- this 27lh day of November.
1918.
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N. B. Ludowese,
Justice of the Peace,
Williams County, N. D.
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WANTED —. Bookkeeper at the
Williston Motor Sales Co. 23-tf
SUMMONS.
State of North Dakota, County of
Williams.
In District Court, Eleventh Judi
cial District.
Abraham L. Goer, Plaintiff,
.vs.
Myrtle Goer, Defendant
Sunmons.
The State of- North Dakota to the
above named Defendent.
You are hereby summoned to ans
wer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the Clerk
of the District Court of Williams
County, at his office in the Court
House in the City of Williston, North
Dakota, and to serve a copy of your
answer upon the subscribers within
thirty days after the service of this
summons upon you, exclusive of the
day of service and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, judge
ment will be taken against you by
default for the relief demanded in
he complaint
Dated November 6th, 1918.
Craven & Converse,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
21-7t. Williston, North Dakota
~NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Williston, N.
D., Nov. 13, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Inga
Bratland of Epping, N. D., who on
July 16, 1915, made Homestead en
try, serial No. 021633, for SW 1-4
NW 1-4, NW 1-4SW 1-4, Section 12,
Township 155-/Nv., Range 100 W. 5th
P. Meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make Three
yeaT
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Thurify, December 6, 1H1.
proof, to es­
tablish claim to ]the land above de
scribed, before the Register & Re
ceiver, U. S. Land Office at Williston,
N. D. on the 16th day of Dec. 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Mikkel O. Thornes of Epping, N. D.,
Richard Bellet, Ed. Semler and Clar*
ence Semler all of Spnngbrook, N.D.
W. E. Byerly, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior. ....
U. S. Land Office at Williston, N.
D., Sept. 27, 1918.
Nptice is hereby given that Evan
W. Hall, of Dow,
N.
D., who, on
March 16, 1915, made homestead en
try, serial No. 020960 for N 1-2SE 1-4
SW1-4SE1-4, Sec. 20 and NW 1-4
NE 1-4, Section 29, Township 153 N.
Range 98' W. 5th P. Meridian, has
filed noticp of intention to make
Three year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
The Register & Receiver, U. S. Land
Office, at Williston, N. D. on the 20
day of December, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses:
rulia.
Shannon, Axel Davidson, J. S.
LaDu and Adolph Steeth all of Dow,
N. D.
22-«t W. E. Byerly, Register.
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