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Williston graphic. (Williston, Williams County, N.D.) 1895-1919, December 05, 1918, Image 7

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Thursday, December 8, 1918.
Xmas buying made easy at the
Variety Store. 24.tf.
Dan Turner of Bainville was a visi
tor at the Graphic office todty.
Mrs. W. H. Westergard was appoin
ted a member of the library board.
Bring the children to see the toys
at Santa's headquarters at the Var
iety Store. 24tf.
Mrs. C. A. Schaaf and daughters
from Wheelock were visitors in the
•city Wednesday.
"If I were over there." Think of
that—and do it now—GIVE to the
United War Work Campaign.
A large and beautiful shipment of
new ladies dresses was received by
the Eagle store this week. 25-lt
Miss Hazel Brant has been sick
for several days with Flu but is get
ting along very nicely at present.
Open your hearts 'and your pock
et books can't stay closed. Give
to the United War Work Campaign.
The peace sale is still on at the
Eagle Store and many wonderful bar
gains await the thrifty buyer. 25-lt.
Ladies shopping in Minneapolis will
find the Hotel Dyckman most acces
sible to all leading stores. 39-tf.
Services at the Public Library.
Sermon at 10:30 A. M. Evening Serc
vice at 11:45 P. M. We will be glad
to welcome you at these services.
It will not be necessary to secure
a permit to send photographs in let
ter mail, to the boys over there. Olson
Studio. 18.
Now is the time to lay in your sup
ply of winter clothing at the great
Victory Sale that starts tomorrow
at the Model Clothing House. 231t.
Now is the time to think
of the holiday time that is
fast approaching and when
you do your Xmas shop
ping do not forget to buy
the Christmas Candy. We
are prepared to furnish you
with the best to* be had.
fresh home candies that
are like the kind that sis
ter tried to make.
Fresh Fruits Always on
.. Smokes for the Men ..
Paris Confectionary
Main St., Williston, N. D.
Around Town
Clean Cleaner
—that is just what has happened to our shop. Cleaned
from top to bottom and we are now ready and on the job
to do our work.* •.
On acoimt of sickness for some time past our shop
has been closed part of the time but we are now on the
job again to stay.
Let us fill your now for that winter suit. Our sam-'
pies are now on display and we are prepared to give you
some wonderful values for your money.
Cleaning and Pressing a Specialty.. Let us rebuild
your old suit.. You will be surprised how much aditional
wear it will give you.
Gus Carlson, the Tailor
Born to Mr. And*Mrs. Arthur Cun
ningham on Wednesday of 1'ast wefek
a son. The little gentleman has been
named Robert James Cunningham.
Wheu schol starts Monday leave it
to the children to find the biggest
tablet and the best values in school
supplies at the Variety Store. 24tf.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rawitscher
and daughter bsther spmt Sunday
in Minot visiting with relatives. Mr.
Rawitcher returned Monday morning.
Remember you were a kid once
yourself—then go down to Santa's
headquarters at the Variety Store
and get something for the children.
Clark Turner,' one of Wiliams coun
ties prominent farmers transacted
busines in the city today. Before
leaving for home he paid the Graphic
office a visit.
One fire loss may cost you thous
ands of dollars. Protect your prop
erty against fire before it burns. It
will be too late after the fire. E. C.
Carney & Co. 23tf.
C. F. Peterson, well known banker
of Ray was a visitor in the city Tues
day evening. Christ has not visited
the city for some time and -he was
kept busy during the evening greet
ing his old time friends.
One-half a cent a day will protect
your household goods against loss by
fire. You cannot afford to take your
own chances. Our companies are all
reliable. E. C. Carney & Co. 23tf.
Willis J. Egleston, District Counsel
of the U. S. Reclamation Service who
lives in Great Falls, Mont., was in
I the city Tuesday of this week looking
over matters pretaining to the open
ing of the project here next spring.
Keep Their Hearts Strong, Their
Spirits Bright and Their Courage
High For The Gruelling Task Over
There! Give Liberally to the Unit
ed War Work Campaign.
Chiropractic Spinal Adjustments
—remove the cause of any after effects
of the Flu, congested or nervous con
dition. Call or come and see Drs.
T. H. David and E. A. Sorbin, over
Hedderick's. Phone 129. 25-tf.
English lutheran
Ninety per cent of all fires occur
during the winter months. Protect
your property against loss by a pol
icy in one of our companies. E. C.
Carney & Co. 23tf.
Albert Gunderson of Bonetrail
was transacting business in the city
Tuesday. While in he called at the
Graphic office and renewed his sub
scription. Mr. Gunderson reports a
fairly good crop on his farm, twelve,
and a half bushels to the acre.
The Variety is so great and the
prices so reasonable you can find just
what you want in the srift line at your
own price at the Variety Store. 24tf.
On account of the biggest and most
complete line of toys and gifts in
town the Variety Store is the most
interesting place. 24tf.
No meeting of the Board of Direc
tors of the Williston Community
Culb was held Tuesday evening as
there was not a quoram present. The
board is supposed to meet every Tues
day evening and all directors should
attend these meetings so that the or
ganization may be perfected.
WANTED :-School girl to work for
board and room. Mra. F. C. Alex
ander, 423-3rd Ave. West. 25-ltp.
SEEDS :-Red Clover, Alsiki Clow,
Timothy, Millet, Brooms, Inermis,
Buckwheat. Write sending samples
stating approximate quantity for
sale. Mitchell Seed Co., St. Joseph,
Mo. 25-4tp.
The Rev. Mr. Elsworth, rector of
the Episcopal/Church, left on No. 2
Wednesday to attend a meeting of the
Northwestern Deanery at Lakota.
This Deanery is made up of the North
half of the state and js attended by
all the clergy and prominent laymen.
Mr. Elsworth has been selected by
the Bishop as special preacher and
will deliver the annual sermon Thurs
day evening.
Wiliston is to have another under
taking business in the very near fu
ture, as Mr. G. M. Thomas who for a
great many years conducted afurni
ture business in this city expects to
put in a complete line ot undertak
ing goods. We are glad that Mr.
Thomas, is going into busines again
and wish him the b'est of success. 24tf
I have opened an up-to-date shoe shop at 14 West
Broadway and am prepared to do all kinds of high class
shoe repairing. All work done with first class material
and every job guaranteed satisfactory.
Mail orders given prompt attention.
Give me a trial and be convinced.
14 West Broadway Williston N. D.
That wild oats is getting to be a
menace in the county is beyond a
doubt as it is easily seen when driv
ing past farms in the county. It sur
ely is up to every wide awake owner
of land to keep this pest down by
down infested fields before the seed
ripens and also plowing the land
after the new growth is started.
Sowing to fall rye one or two years
in succession followed up with culti
vated or grass crops is also very ef
fective. Keep the wild oats from
producing seed is the main issue as
it is an annual plant, and the root
system, is not supposed to live over
winter although this latter state
ment is refuted by mariy. Do your
part and then insist on your neigh
bor doing his for after all the far
mers of the county is one family,
only an enlarged one, and we need to
work together.
County Agr. Agent.
Patrons of -the Hotel Dyckman,
Minneapolis, are assured a cordial
welcome, uniform courtesy and the
best of service always. 39-tf.
Mr. Oscar Hilleatad of Marnton
and Miss Marie Hagge of Alamo were
married at the Lutheran Parsonage
on Monday, Dec. 2. Rev. Geo. S. Nat
wick officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Hill
estad will make their home on the
grooms farm south of Alamo.
Remember that when you bring your
Ford car to us for mechanical attention that
you get the genuine Ford service-materials,
experienced workmen and Ford factory prices.
Your Ford is too useful, too valuable to take
chances with poor mechanics, with equally
opor materials. Bring it to us and save both
time and money. We are authorized Ford deal
ers, trusted by the Ford Motor Campany to
look after the wants of Ford owners-that's the
assurance we offer. A force of competent men
will be on hand throught the winter months at
our shop and now is the time to have your car
oVerhauled so as to be in the best of shape for
spring use. Bring it now.
L. V. Coulter, Prop.,
Help Santa Mate the Children Happy
buy Xmas goods at Variety and 5 and 10 Cent Stores.
You will be Santa Clause to some one and here
is the place to fill your pack. There are Toys-Toys-Toys
and Dolls and Dolls-and gifts for everyone from one
to one hundred years old, Just at any price you care to
pay-something to suit every purse. Toys, Gifts and
Dolls at from 5c to as high as you please. Our Toys and
Dolls are going rapidly, our store is packed every day
with large crowds of eager Xmas buyers. Unless you
would be dissapointed we advise you to make your sel
ections at once. We will take care of your packages un
till you are ready foir them.
Do you know' that we feel
sure that if Santa Clause was to
run out of toys and gifts in Willis
ton and had to go shopping himself
he would choose the Variety Store
as his place to do his shopping, not
only on account of its having the lar
gest and most complete line of toys
and gifts in the town but on account
of the sentiment and the Christmas
spirit that prevails there and goes
along so well with Christmas shop
Santa would be pleased too
with the simple arangment of ev
erything in plain sight and marked
in plain figures-and he too could
readily see why people prefer to
Bring the children to see the toys and gifts and re-
membet you are welcome to look as much as you please
Greene's Variety
This store will be open evenings from Monday Dec. 9th
G. U. Themes has opened aa
Undertaking Parlor cm Broadway
in the building formally occupi
by the Salvation Army. One
door east of City Meat Market
Phone Day call 352-w. Night call
152-j2. 25-tf.
Williston, N. D.

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