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.' TEN Sales Ladies Do Your Christmas Shopping Early EDEN VALLEY By a Staff Correspondent The Prophet says it is goingf to snow. Mr. and Mrs. Will Landis and,fami ly, Mr. and Mrs. M. Landis took din ner with Will Marsh Sunday. Miss Goldi* Joyce has been spend ing the put week at Wiliston. O. A. Myers butchered Thursday: Mr.and Mrs. Smith were callers at Mr. James Sheppards Sunday arter noon. Mr. and, Mrs. I. M. Kauffman were callers at Will Marsh's Sunday af texjioon Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Myers took din ner at Mr. W. W. Keltners Sunday. Mrs. Hans Frederickson and chil dren are spending a few days with her father, Mr. James Sheppard. I. Kauffman butchered his hogs Friday. Miss Lucy Sheppord has returned home after working for Mrs. Hans Ladies Silk Plush Coats Ladies Silk Plush £oats, Fur trimmed and without furs, with fancy lining, some of them have skinner satin and pussy willow silk lining. Value $73.00 sale price $ 60.00 Value 68.50 sale price 54.80 Value 62.50 sale price 49.75 Value 57.50 sale price 46.00 Value 45.00 sale price 36.00 Value 42.50 sale price 34.00 Value 32.50 sale price 26.00 Value 28.50 sale price 22.70 Ladies Cloth Coats Ladies Cloth Coats, ^ilvertone Wool Velour, Broadcloth etc., all colors and sizes 1&-45. Value $68.50 sale ^rice $ 54.80 Value 52.50 sale price 42.00 Value 47.50 sale price 38.00 Value 46.50 sale price 37.20 Value 45.00-sale price 36.00 Value 42.50 sale price 34.00 Value 38.50 sale price 30.80 Value 28.50 sale price 22.80 Value 22.50 sale price 18.00 Value 18.50 sale price 14.80 Redfern and Werner Corsets Value $ 7.50 sale price $ 6.00 Value, 6.00 sale price 4.80 Value 5.00 sale price 4.00 Value* 4-00 sale price 3,20 Value 3.50 sale price 2.80 Value 2.50 sale price 2.00 American Ladv Corsets Value $ 5.50 sale price $ 4.40 Value 3.50 sale price Vaule 3.00, sale price Value 1.75 sale price 2.80 2.40 1.40 Silk nightgowns* siffcin crepe de chine and ^handkerchief silk. Value $19.50 sale price $ 8.40 Value 8.50 sale price 6.80 Value 7.50 sale price 6.00 East Broadway Frederickson a couple of weeks. Mr. Ben Frank has been helping Earl Smith ,a couple of days. Jack Paiikowski and lady friend were out driving Sunday evening. Miss Lucy Sheppard is helping Mrs. Earl Smith now. Shurley McWilliams brought Miss Mary Rhodes but to her boarding place Sunday evening. 1 MISSOURI RIDGE By a Staff Correspondent The Missouri Ridge school re-open ed Monday Nov. 25th and the teacher Miss Sylvia Hartman was teken sick the first day so school was closed down Tuesday and Miss Hartman has been at home" in bed ever since with the Flu but she is getting better and it is hoped she will soon recover her health and be ready to reonen the school. A. C. Wagenman and al six of their children have the Flu, some of them 1 1 S Our First Annual Our entire lot of trimmed hats put in three lots. STOCK REDUCING SALE Commencing Friday December Sixth On Friday, December6th., we will open, to the people of this community Our First Annual Sto^k Reduction Sale This will be without doubt the greatest bargain feast ever held to the City of Williston. Early In the fall we made preparations for a tremendous fall and winter trade and scoured the markets of the country for the choisest qf merchandise. Owing to the sickness, war and poor crop conditions we have more merchandise now on hand today than we should have at this tune of the year. In order to keep our line bright and new in every respect and make room for incoming stock w« must dispose of an enormous qnan tity of during the next thirty da ys. Therefore we are cutting prices on merchandise regardless of the former test Lay in a supply of these goods now for you will never be able to obtain them any cheaper. Below we list a few of the many bargains we are going to offer you. Hundreds more await you at our store. Limited space will not permit us to list them alL Come early and got your choice of the bargains. Trimmed HatsN LOT ONE Childrens Beautiful hats, all col ors, wonderful trimming, Value $2.75 to $5.00 Special $1.98 LOT TWO Ladies hats, all colors, Value $4.50 to$8.00 Special $4.95 LOT THREE Ladies hats in all colors, Valuee $5.50 to $9.50 Special $3.95 Neck Wear Just received, a beautiful as sortment of Ladies Neck wear, collas and cuffs, satin geog gette crepe, organdy etc., which are suitable for Christmas gifts. Value $ 2.25 sale price $ 1.80 Value 2.00 sale price 1.60 V^lue i.75 sale price 1.40 Value 1.25 sale price 1.00 Value 1.00 sale price .80 Value .85 sale price .68 Value .75 sale price .60 Value .65 sale price .50 Children's Fur Sets Childrens fur sets, neck piece and muffs, caps and scarfs, all colors, black, navy, brown, gray, green leopord and white. Value 7.50 sale price 6.00 Value 6.25 sale price 5.00 Value 5.75 sale price 4.60 Value 4.00 sale price 3.20 Value $12.50 sale price $ 10.00 Value 7.50 sale price 6.00 JOSEPH'S Complete Outfitters For Women and Children are getting beter while others are just taking it. Mr Wagenman took it Sunday night and at this time.has a prteey high fever. Mrs. Wagen man has escaped it so far. All of Pat Tones children evcept two have the Flu but aye geting along fairly well. The school which was opened in the Wilkey home last Mon day had to be closed*on acount of the Tone children being sick. Mr. and .Mrs. S. M. CJprk and fam ily ate Thanksgiving diner with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Poe. Mr. and' Mrs. Joe Gromatka, Miss Gusta Bronder, and Peter and Miss AgnesBronder and Mrs. L. L. Lamp man spent Thanksgiving With Mr. and Mrs. pat Tone. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenshio were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and, Mrs. S. M. Starrett of Williston. Misses Pearl and Myrtle Clark spent Sunday with their brother, Hugo Clark and family in Williston and-enjoyed a delicious goose dinner. Miss Gusta Bronder, who Commen ced teaching school in Wildrose dist rict Monday Nov. 25th did not return Ladies Surge Dresses Ladies Serge Dresses, all 'sizes 16-44. Value $37.50 sale price $ 30.00 Value 36.50 sale price 29.20 Value 35.00 sale price 28.00 Value 32.50 sale price 26.00 Value 30.00 sale price 24.00 Value 28.50 sale price 22.80 Value 26.50 sale price 21.?0 Value 18.50 sale price 15.80 Value 12.50 sale price 10.00 Silk Dresses Ladies Silk Dresses and,Even ing gowns, all ^colors and size?. 16-44, Satin Taffeta, Crepe de chine, and Crepe de meteor. Value $56.50 sale price $ 45.20 Value 42.50 sale price 34.00 Value_ 36.50 sale price 28.20 "Value" 35.00 sale price 28.00 Value 32.50 sale price 26.00 Value 28.50 sale price 22.80 Value 26.50 sale price 21.20 Value 25.00 sale price 20.00 Value 18.50 sale price 14.80 Value 12.50 sale price 10.00 Ladies Velvet Dresses Value $38.50 «ale price $ 30.80 Value 36.50 iale price 29.00 Value 37.50 sale price 30.00 Value 32.50 sale price 26.00 Wool, Silk Skirts Ladies wool and silk skirts, all sizes and colors. Value $38.50 sale price $ 30.80 Value 28.50 sale price 22.80 Value 18.50 sale price 14.80 Value 12.50 sale price 10.00 Value 11.50 sale price 9.20 Value 10.50 sale price 8.40 Value 6.30 sale price 5.20 Value 5.75 sale price 4.60 Silk envelopes, crepe de chine, satin and handkerchief silk. Value $ 6.50 sale price $ 5.20 Value 5.50 sale price 4.40 Value 4.50 sale price '3.60 Value 3.50 sale price 2.80 to her school Monday as she had sym ptoms of Flu and as a precaution she stayed at home aiyl is feeling much bfeter. She expects to return to her school by the midle of the wek. Mrs. Carl Ashwell is visiting this week with friends in Williston. Mrs. H. J. Poe visited SOnday with her sister, Mrs. S. M., Clark. Mrs. Foscoe Simmons of Brocton, Montana, is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Honek. M. W. A. NOTICE December 10 there is a business meeting of importance. All Members requested to be present. W. F. Cormany Clerk. •WE SPECILAZE IN EXCHANGES' What have you# to trade for MIN NESOTA LAND. Large or small deals considered. Box 1172,* Thief River Falls, Minn. 25-5t. NEW DIRECTORY—The ney Wil liams county directory just off the press may be had' at the Graphic of fice. Price $6 each. N liJ-tf. Ladies Suits Ladies Suits in all the popu lar materials and colors in all sizes. Value $65.00 sale price $ 52.00 Value 46.50 sale price 37.20 Value 4£.50 sale price 34.00 Value 38.50 sale price 30.80 Value 32.50 sale price 26.00 Value 28.50 sale price 22.80 Value 26.50'sale price 21.20 Value 22.50 sale price 18.00 -4 .Ladies Kimonas Beautiful line of Ladies Silk Kimonas and Pajamas, all col ors. Value $28,50 sale price $ 22.80 Value 18.50 sale price 14.80 Value 15.00 sale price 12.00 Value 12.50 sale price 10.00 Ladies Kimonas, cotton crepe Japanese crepe embroidered and outing flanel, all colors and sizes. Value $ 3.98 sale price $ 3.18 Value 3.50 sale price 2.80 Value 2.98 sale price 2.38 Value 2.75 sale price 2.20 Ladies Uuderwear Ladies Harvard Mills Under wear, hand finished,silk and will arid woll and cotton, and all wool, all sizes. Value $ 4.75 sale price $ 3.80 Value 4.50 sale price 3.60 Value 4.00 sale price 3.20 Value 2.75 sale price 2.20 Value 2.50 sale price 2.00 Silk Camisole? Silk camisoles, brassiers, silk and cotton. Value $ 1.50 sale price,$ 1.20 Value 1.25 sale price 1.00 Value l.OO sale price .80" Value .75 sale price .60 Value .50 sale price .40 Williston N. D. Mail Orders Are Filled Promptly Vffi ill lit Complete Stock of goods Now on Sale Many Break Downs and Failures Due to Exposure and Hard Work Catarrh in Some of It's Many Forma Claims Thousands Every farm family has its medicine cabinet and in almost every one will be found a bottle of Dr. Hartman'a World Famous Peruna. For coughs, colds and catarrh it Is invaluable. It's use is indicated In all cases of catarrhal inftummatiqn and congestion whether of res piratory organs, stomach, bowels or other organs of the. body. Mr. VV. J. Temple of 300 -Lincoln Ave., Delaware, Ohio, suffered for years with inflammation of the mucous' linings of the stomach and', bowels. According-to his qwn story he did not eat & meal for five years: without distress. He says: ""I am a farnter and must be exposed to all kinds of weather. After years of sufferins, a druggist recom mended Peruna. I took all together five bottles and am a well man. Formerly, I could not do a day's work. Xow, farm work does not fatigre me in the least. Peruna is the best medicine and tonic on the market. Time on!v strengthens my admiration f-»r i*, especially for catarrh and colds. Peruna is sold everywhere. You: may buy it in either liquid or tab let form. Ask for Dr. Hartman'a Well Known Peruna Tonic and if you are seeking health take nothing else. Insist upon Perun^. If you are sick and suffering,, write The Peruna Company, Dept., 77, Columbus, Ohio, for I?r. Hart man's Health Book. The book Is: free and may help you. Ask your floaler for a Peruna Almanac.