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Thursday, March 18, 11.
CORRESPONDENCE MISSOURI RIDGE By a Staff Correspondent I I I I I I I I I I Miss Carolyne Tandy spent the week end at the S. M. Clark home visiting Misses Pearl Clark and Sylvia Hartman. Mrs. G. A. Rutledge called on Mrs. H. J. Poe Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A Wicks and fam ily, Mr and Mrs. H. J. Poe „and fam ily spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Keihle. Mrs. G. A. Rutledge entertained the Red Cross Thursday. A good sized crowd was present and they did a nice lot of w6rk. Miss Berdie Clark visited the week end with Miss Esther Rutledge. Frank Honek who recently return ed from Camp Custer is visiting a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gro matka. Guy Head and John O'Neil two of Williston township's most promising looking young men were callers at S. M. Clark's Sunday evening to see Mr. Clark of course. Misses* Pearl Clark and Sylvia Hartman accompanied Miss Tandy back to G. A. Rutledges Sunday af ternoon. Miss Pearl Clark visited Friday with her brother Hugo and family in Williston. Mr. Peter Bronder called on Miss Hartman Sunday. The stork left a bouncing big boy Saturday night with Mr. ar.d Mrs. Hugo Clark. Peter Bronder was absent from school Monday on account of a sore throat. Mr. Miles is getting to be quite a ladies man here of iate. B. C. Keihle fc*'ped S. M. Clark butcher a pig Monday afternoon. The little infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ashwill is quite 3i?k Williston, with sore throat. Miss Helen Culhane and Frank SHOE Repairing Having purchased the Broadway Shoe Shop from Mr. Lindquist I now have the place open for business and am able to handle any and all kinds of shoe repairing. Having had several years exper ience in this line of business I can guarantee you the best possible job on all my work. PRICES REASONABLE A. Slukany Pimp. West Broadway Williston, N. D. Thrift and Waste Economists say that France would grow rich on what America wastes. German strength is based, on efficiency and efficiency is thrift.' Every other person in Japan has an account in a savings banK. England, the richest of all nations, produces the great est amount of capital through savings. On thrift depends the na tion's progress as well as your own. A growing account in a savings banK is insurance of independence. One Dollar Starts an Account I The Wlfisbm State Bank Sftnon Wcstby, President S. Hydle, Cashier Deposits guaranteed by the Bank Depositors Guarantee Fnnd of the State of North Dakota. Honek were out sleigh riding Sat urday and Joe Gromatka was acting as both coachman and chaffeur, doubt less it won't be long until they can go all alone. The Farmers Club will meet this Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wicks instead of at S. M. Clark's as Mrs. Clark is in Williston staying with Mrs. Hugo Clark and her new grand son. MimnmiMi I I I ROUND PRAIRIE By a Staff Correspondent nninnninimiiii»» The Directors of our Consolidated school held a special meeting at the clerks place last Monday evening. Those that attended the pure bred sale in Williston the 25th and 26th from this neighborhood were: Mr. Paul Olson, Mr. Palmor Anseth, Mr. Marten Oylo, Mr. Abert Ellingson, Mr. Oden Christianson, and Mr. Jul O. Hagen. Mr. Paul Olson bought a pure bred bull. Mr. Jul O. Haugen bot one too. We will have some nice cattle in this neighborhood by and by.. The weather man has certainly given use some cold weather this week. There has been many of the school children absent this week on account of the weather. Mi«s Nora Olson was absent last Tuesday. M?ss Evelyn Olson was absent from school last Wednesday. Lillian Mallen has been alsont this week. The mail man did not come last Tuesday. Aithur Larson and Allen Larson was absent from school last Wodnes day. There was examinations for the eighth grade last Thursday and Fri day. Goel Mallen was absent from school last Tuesday. Mr. Oscar Storo was a caller at Mr. Jul O. H. Haugen's last Thurs day. Mr. Oscar Storo was a caller at Helda Julson's last Thursday. Mr. John Lacken was seen going south in the blizzard last Saturday heading for the mail corner. iiimnmnnf mm»mi BONETRAILL 1 By a Staff Correspondent null in 11 ii in On account of bad roads the mail man on R. 1 only made part of his r6ute Monday. Theodore Kruger, Bert Aspland, Cyrus Sites spent Tuesday afternoon at Fred Kruger's. H. C. Kaetzel was a caller at the coal mine Tuesday. Mike Harstad was a business call er in Williston Tuesday. H. C. Kaetzel called at Bert Asp land's Wednesday afternoon. Bert Aspland and Cyrus Sites vis ited Wednesday afternoon at John Battes. Mike Harstad and John Kulseth North Dakota were business callers at Martin Jen sen's Thursday. John Kulseth, Pete Ogleum and Charley Aspland were visitors at Bert Aspland's Thursday evening. Johnny and Nick Battes called at Bert Aspland's and Mike Harstad's Thursday afternoon. Bert Aspland and Cyrus Sites spent Thursday afternoon in the F. E. Wil liams home. H. C. Kaetzel was a business call er in Williston Saturday. Fred Kruger went to Williston on Thursday and returned home Friday. John Kulseth, Pete Ogelum, Bert and Charley Aspland and Cyrus Sites spent Friday night at Fred Krugers. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kelson and son were Sunday visitors at Norman Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Williams and son spent Sunday at Bert Aspland's. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Azzar returned home from Williston Saturday. nMninnnimnnmj Evald Thompson has stopped school now for he is seventeen the twenty fourth day of March. CHECKER COLUMN Edited Especially for the Williston Graphic by R. R. Rutledge Problem No. 4—By A. Ross Kings 4, 14, 19. 'Black White White to move and draw. Ton Bottom Single men, 6, 15, 16. A Soldier Game Black Geo. Jennings. White J. Meyer 11 16 19 15-b 5 14 23 19 11 38 22 18 4 8-c 29 25 3 7 26 22 8 22 17 18 11 30 26-f 5 9 25 22 9 13-d 26 22 1 5-g 22 15 10 14 17 10 2 7-e 27 23 13 17 24 19 7 14 22 15 7 11-h 31 26 16 20-a 18 9 7 10 32 27 W1LUST0N GRAPHIC 1 .! VlLD ROSE DISTRICT By a Staff Correspondent sitiinnniiniiiiiniii (Too late for last week) The ladies aid met at Andro Bros sheim's on Sunday, March 2, but there was not a very large crowd there. Mrs. Thompson and her son and daughter, Mrs. Jenson and sons were there. S. L. Fredrickson has his house-in repair again and most everything in order. Thompsons gave an ice cream party Monday evening, March 3, for three men folks. There was no school Saturday and Monday, February 28 and March 3 in Wild Rose School No. 2 on account of the bad weather. Saturday, March 1st., Sophie Es therard, Peter Nelson went to school and there was no school so they had to go home again, but it was lucky their father had not gone home yet and they were able to ride back. Meyer won Editor's Note—Last week the terms on problem No. 3 were left out and are White to move and win. Answers to the games will be pub lished in this column from time to time by the editor. Try and work them out and then wait for the an swer. All questions pertaining to the game will be answered in this col-' umn. .Address your questions to R. R. RUTLEDGE, Williston, N. Dak. Patrons of the Hotel Dyckman, Minneapolis, are assured a cordial welcome, uniform courtesy and the best of service always. 39-tf. Mumtinummimi LIBRARY NOTES HHIIIIimillMMiMM Ambassador Morgenthau's story is a valuable contribution to war liter ature. As former American Am bassador in Turkey he has a story which no one but himself could tell, just as Ambassador Gerard could tell of German intrigue as no one else could. Mr. Morgenthau tells why Turkey sided with Germany, why the British failed to come through the Dardanelles because of the Armen ian massocrea, and of the famous conference in Pptsdam where the Germans decided to make war. He looks at diplomatic affairs from the interesting point of view of the suc cessful business man. Wings of Youth, by Elizabeth Jor dan,- is a pleasant romance of the adventures of two wealthy folks who decided to try to earn their own liv ing, starting out with fifty dollars apiece in New York. At the Butterfly House is a very attractive story for older girls,— the Butterfly House having a pleas ing mystery of its own. A new edition of Robinson Crusoe, another collection of Norse miths called "Heroes of Asgaard," and Johnnot's Ten Great Events in His tory are gifts to the children's de partment which they are sure to ap preciate. WANT ADS WANTED—Glean cotton rags for wiping purposes at the Graphic office. 5c per pound. 37-tf. FOR SALE OR TRADE—One 5 pas senger touring car. In first class condition. W. R. Landis, 511 5th. ave. West. 39-3tp. FOR SALE—Ten head of horses and mares, good work horses and safe drivers for women and children. Six miles northwest of Williston. H. C. Blankenship. 39-tf. You WE WE FOR SALE—Household furniture. In quire of Mrs. H. J. Baker, 609 2nd Ave. East. Phone 567-J. 39-3t. FOR RENT—8 room modern house furnished, 604 N. Main St. Thorn* as B. Murphy. 32-tf. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Phone 300. Mrs. J. A. Cor bett, 1st Ave. East. 35-tf. LOST—Bunch of keys at post office, 7 or 8 keys. $1 reward for return to Graphic office. 35-tf. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Mrs. Wm. Husebye, phone 390, 117 W. 8th street. 28-tf. WANTED—Men with cars wanted at once to sell stock for Farmers Newspapers. Can be employed in home'territory. Apply P. L. Aarhus box 919, Fargo, N. D. 36-7t. 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. WANTED—Girl for general house work. 208 West Broadway, phone 34-tf. 433. FOR RENT Two partly furn ished rooms for light house keeping, 408 North Main Street. ROOMS FOR RENT—Have rooms for rent in modern house. Call at 618 first avenue east or phone 162 Black. 42 tf. Bowling Alley For Sale Bowling alley in first class condition for sale. Only one in town of 5,000 doing excellent business. Reasons for selling, poor health. Address, A. Munyer, Wiliston, N. D. 39. FOR SALE— BOOK—"The Battle of Armageddon" contains 720 pages, an invaluable aid to an un derstanding of the commotion and strife in the world today, from a Bible standpoint. Only 60c postpaid. Address Albert Nelson, Bonetraill, N. D. 36-4tp. Spring Coats Will Want a Peep •at the- New Spring Coats .that are arriving daily at our Store. EARNESTLY ASK YOU TO CALL AND NOTE THE YOUTHFUL LINES THAT CHAR ACTERIZE THESE CREATIONS—THE SUPERB MATERIALS AND TRIMMINGS. BUT ABOVE ALL, NOTE THE VERY ECONOMICAL PRICES HAVE MARKED ON THE TICKETS. COME WHILE THE LINE IN COMPLETE. The Eagle Store Garrison & Hassis, Props. One Door North of Lyric Theatre Ratification Rally Under the Direction of The National Non-Partisan League Dr. Walter Thomas Mills Williston, Monday, March 17, at8:3Q p. m. Farmers, business men and citizens in all walks of life are asked to come and hear an un colored account of the work of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly, in relation to the en actment of the program of the organized farmers. Dr. MILLS will explain the Workings of the New Law*. PONT SIGN ANY PETITIONS UNTIL Arl KR THE MEETING Will Speak at ___________ ssiasaHfr Herbert Johnson A I O N E E See Me Early For Dates STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY Phoae 54C-W at my exponas Williston N. Dak. TELL YOUR WIFE CORNS LIFT OFF Doesn't hurt a bit to lift corns or calluses off with fingers Not a twinge of pain or soreness before applying, or afterwards. This may sound like a dream to corn-pestered men and women who have been cutting, filing and wearing torturous plasters. Yes! Corns lift out and calluses peel off as if by magic, says this Cincinnati authority. A quarter ounce of freezone costs but a few eenta at any drug store. Apply a few drops directly upon your tender corn or callus, and instantly the sore ness disappears then shortly the corn or callus will be so loose that it lifts off. Freezone dries instantly. It doesn't eat out the corn or callus/ but just shrivels it up so it lifts away without even Irritating the surrounding skin. Women should keep it on the dresser snd never let a corn or callus ache twicer