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"\3t BARGAIN
FEAST
OF ITS KIND
EVER HELD IN
WILLISTON
Clothes Wringers
7.00 Clothes Wringers, this Sale.: 4.95
6.50 Clothes Wringers, this Sale 4.75
6.00 Clothes Wringers, this Sale 4.25
5.00 Clothes Wringers, this Sale 3.95
ALSO BIG REDUCTION IN WASH TUBS
AND WASH BOARDS
McKrill Funeral
Held jfhursday
Bertint) A. -V'Srfll, wife of Ed
ward C. McKriLy, of Williston, died
of ptomaine poiloning Monday after
noon, May 6, aftjer a short illness, of
about four days
She leaves tof mourn her loss a hus
band and th*ee small children, Ed
ward, aged rpne, Virginia, aged seven
and Nejk'%ed four, also an aged
mothejfC a sister and two brothers, all
residing at or near Watford City.
jertina A. McKrill was born at
/i1§7£hlen, Norway, and was 37
recog 9 months and six days old
class,d services was held a St.
boats
Bargains in Oil Stoves
Episcopal church, on Thursday
'man.*? the Rector Rev. N. E. E's
Conducting the service. Inter
'of
her
made in the Williston cemc-
boats.
committector took as his text St.
free frc®»
a man
Ge
to
bull
keep my say-
AS anall never see death, and said
the
of theoes not abolish the fact of
Fnl^th He does not abolish its part
to" in its pains. AND YET HE
.two"^ But how? Just as the sun
jeredhes stars by flooding the world
so much greater light that we
longer see them. They are still
..iere but we forget them in the pres
ence of so wonderful a glory. Thus
Jesus has abolished death by illumi
nating life the life here and the life
beyond. When I was a boy I would
frequently stand outside our church
at home and look upon its graceful
proportions and its beautiful win
dows. But it did not look beauti
ful then. It was dark and sombre and
opaque. And yet I knew it was
beautiful because I had already seen
it illuminated on the other side.
He who accepts Jesus and His
teachings for his guide shall never
see death, because he will see through
it and beyond it. That which seems
dismal and obscure, shall be lit with
glory, and he shall catch the music of
anthems, and the voice of one within
Regular $21.00 Three Burner
PURITAN OIL STOVE
NOW
$17.25
Regular $15.50 Two Burner
OIL COOK STOVE
NOW
$13.00
Regular $6.00 Ovens to fit either of the above stoves
GOING AT $4.75
PRE-WAR
PRICES
AT THIS
SALE
saying "I am the resurrection and the
life he that believeth in me though
he were dead yet shall he live, and
whosoever liveth and believeth in me
shall never die." He. hath abolished
death by bringing life and immortal
ity to light. In the brightness of that
brilliant effulgence, "old things are
passed away and all things are be
come new." He hath abolished death
by illuminating life.
Thus it is my friends, in our burial
service, amid songs of triumph, our
church sends forth it exultant chal
lenge, "Death is swallowed up in vic
tory. O death where is thy sting,
0 grave where is thy victory?" The
sting of death is sin, and strength of
sin is the law, but thanks be to God
who giveth us the victory through
our Lord Jesus.
Is that a death bed in which Xian lies
Yes, but not his, 'tis death itself
that dies.
When the body of Henry Ward
Beecher lay in Plymouth church,
where he had preached the comfort
able words of the Gospel of Jesus, it
was guarded by a military watch from
the regiment of which he had been
chaplain for many years. And all
through the night, as the sentry
marched backward and forward, every
hour his voice was heard ringing out
solemnly but cheerily, "All's well."
And this is the message I would bring
to you, sorrowing relatives and
friends. Sometimes, aye many times
1 have consigned bodies to mother
earth with fear and trembling but in
the case of this wife and mother I
somehow seem to hear and believe
that those of you who knew her best
can almost
(hear
somewhere around
or about us coming down from that
toher world, the "All's Well." My
friends if you believe in Jesus and you
are trying to live His life, whether
death shall come to you fifty years
hence or tomorrow or today, "All's
Well." They who become his discip
iles shall never see death. Even
though death shall be present, they
shall never see it. They will only see
Him.
Jesus abolished death by dissipa­
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Regular $110
Round Oak
Ranges
NOW
$83.50
ting its gloom. He teaches His dis
ciples to act and think as though
death for them did not exist. He
teaches them that it is in itself, neith
er the end of life, nor any great ca
tastrophe, but a mere incident a
nothing at all but a crossing over, to
believe that it is not a finale but a
beginning a beginning of something
greater and more glorious than has
ever been conceived, that "eye hath
not seen, nor ear heard, jieither have
entered into the heart of man the
things which God has prepared for
them that love Him, but God hath re
vealed them unto us by His spirit.
I know it is hard to understand
all God's doings. The way is oftimes
dark, our poor finite minds are per
plexed and we know not what to think
yet my friends if we study God's
word it will answer all our questions
and solve all our dificulties. We cry
unto the Lord., "Oh my God I have a
long journey before me and know
not the road—whither shall I go.
WILLISTON GRAPHIC
REMOVAL
SALE
On account of the bad weather and roads and the busv season,
during the two weeks of our sale, we have decided to continue
this sale till May 31. We have a great many big bargains left
and it will pay you well to come in and make your further pur
chases here.
Extra Special Bargains Will be Offered Every Day of Sale
GRANITE WARE
SPECIALS
Husebye Hardware
Answer: I will bring thee forth
into the paths of righteousness.
Question: My Lord, perils environ
me, the savage lion walketh about
seeing whom he may devour. I am
unarmed and weak and shall fall a
ready prey the thieves are also
ready to strip me, and wound me and
leave me half dead and naked by the
way.
Answer: Fear not my son, my
loving kindness and protection shall
follow thee all the days of thy life.
Question: But gracious Lord, the
journey is beyond my strength I
shall faint with thirst and hunger
and exhaustion of body.
Ansfrer: My son, thou shalt go on
from strength to strength, the pools
shall fill with water,, I will annoint
thy head with oil, prepare a table for
thee in the wilderness, and thy cup
shall be full.
Question: O dear Master, see I
stand upon the brink of the valley,
and the river flows cold and gray and
ghastly below, I fear.
Answer: When thou passeth through
the waters I am with thee.
Question: Master, the chill of the
MAIN STREET WILUSTON, N. D.
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BERLIN KETTLES
STEW PANS
TEA KETTLES
COFFEE POTS
TEA POTS
etc. Regular prices $1.75
to $2.50 per piece. Now
$1.49
RANGES AT LESS THAN COST
0
IF YOU NEED A RANGE THIS IS YOUR CHANCE
wave of death has reached irte I am
horribly afraid, the wave goes over
me.
Answer: My son, I give thee My
rod and staff to comfort thee.
As I stand today I seem to catch
across the ages, the voice of the
Apostle with all the assurance it con
veys to the human mind, "I have
fought a good fight I have finished
the course I have kept the faith
henceforth is laid up for me a crown
of righteousness."
And then, my friends, the Scrip
tures think so little of Heath, they do
not even tell us that Christ died.They
are not dealing with death but life.
And last of all I seein to hear an
other voice. It seems to come from
Calvary, "When Jesus .therefore had
received the vinager, He said 'It is
finished,' and he bowed his head and
gave up the ghost." And^hen in only
three days came "the hope of the
age," the fact of the resurrection of
the body, the doctrine of the immor
tality of the soul. And out oi the past
there comes a poem whiclfL I read
many years ago.
If I were told that I must die tomor
row
That the next sun
Which sinks* should bear me past all
fear and sorrow,
For any one
All the fight fought and all the jour
ney through
What should I do?
I do not think that I should shrink or
falter,
But just go on
Doing my work, nor change, nor seek
to alter
Aught that is gone
But rise and move and love and smile
and pray
For one more day.
And lying down at night for a last
sleeping
Say in that ear
Which hearkens ever, "Lord, within
thy keeping,
How should I fear?
And, when tomorrow brings Thee
nearer still,
7
Regular $100
Garland
Range
NOW
$76.50
Do Thou Tfry will.
I might not sleep, for awe but peace
ful, tender
My ^oul would lie
All the flight long and, when the
morning splendor
Flashed o'er the sky,
I think that I could smile, could calm
ly sav,
'^This is His day."
DEATH OF GEORGE BELI^lH
On Saturday, May 10, eight/fniles
south of Arnegard, occurred the
death of George Linza Be^lach. He
wa? born February 26, 1005, and at
the time of his death wars 14 years,
2 months and 13 days Wd. He was
the sonvof Louie £& Ljnnie Bellach,
who formerly raided near Williston.
His death was caused by a large rock
falling on him. I About five o'clock
in the afternoomhe went to his play
house not fmr, worn .the house and
two hours later w^sround dead by his
younger brother.
....He had endeared himself to all who
came in contact with him, and lis
loss will be keenly felt by all who
knew him.. He leaves to mourn his
loss a mother and stepfather, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Harfy his brother and
sister, Lkyd and prances [Bellach,
a-hdf manyvfriends and relatives.
A
FOR RENT—Furnished modern flat.
Inquire at Graphic office. 47-tf
FOR SALE —1918 Model Maxwell,
run 1400 miles. Good as new,
$750. Rev. N. E. JElsworth, 618 1st
avenue east. 47-tf
FOR SALE—One *8-16 Mogul Tractor
in good condition $850 cash. Brug
ger Mercantile Co., Williston 47-tf
BELOW WE LIST
SOME OF THE
MANY BARGAINS
MANY MORE
AWAIT YOU AT
OUR STORE
Cream
Separators
VIKING, number 400 Cream Separator, reg
ular $75.00. Now 82.50
VIKING, number 600 Cream Separator.
Regular $100 value. Now 82.50
Lamp Globes and
Wicks
Lantern Globes, two for 25c
Lamp Chimneys, standard, two for 25c
65c Bracket Lamps, Sale Price 40c
1.25 Bracket Lamps, now 1.00
1.50 Mining Lamps, now 1.25
35c Oil Stove Wicks, now 25c
Haying Tools
9.00 Grindstone, now 7.50
8.00 Cruger Sickle Grinder 6.75
1.75 Hay Forks 1 1.40
Three tined Bundle Forks 75c
Paint Snaps
4.50 Harrison's Town and Country Paints,
now going at 3.85
A fevy^ gallons of Berry Bros Interior Varnish
at. 1.70
ALSO NUMEROUS OTHER BARGAINS
'U
Thursday, May 15,1919
FOR RENT—Furnished room at 320
West Fifth street. Phone 393. 46tf
WANTED—Clean cotton rags for
wiping purposes at the Graphic
office. 5c per pound. 37-tf.
FOR SALE—Plate glass refriger
ator show case, fifty dollars if
.taken at once. Hogan's Cafe. 43-tf.
FOR SALE—Two fine lots, each front,
100x140 f^et. 1 Mock from West
Lawn school. Graphic of
fice.
LOST OR STOLENj-Black mare
about 6 years old. Wire cut on left
front foot in oof. $10 reward for
return. Fritz Nehring Zahl Post
Office. 45-6tp
FOR SALE—Pure bred large type
Poland China pigs eijther sex for
sale. 8 to 10 weeks old. $15 each.
Pedigree furnished. These pigs can
be taken between Junfe 15 and July
1. Albert Nelson, 5 .miles east of
Bonetraill Po O. address Bonetraill,
N. D.
L\
'M
47tf.„:
FOR SALE—One ^modern 8 room
house, two lots and large barn, two
blocks east of Post Office. F. A.
Craighill, 200 East Fourth St. 48tf
rFOR'SALEr-yne
five room house,
two lots, all modern but heat garage
and shed two blocks east of Post
Office. Inquire F. A. Craighill, 200
East Fourth St. 48tf
MAN WANTED TO SELL GRO
CERIES—SELLING EXPERIENCE
NOT NECESSARY
One of the world's largest Grocers,
(capital over $1000,000) wants am
bitious man in this locality to sell di
rect to the consumer nationally
known brands of groceries, teas, cof
fees, spices, paints, oils, stock foods,
etc. Big line, easy sales. Values
beat any competition. Earn big.
money. No experience or capital re
quired. Complete sample outfit and
free selling instructions start you.
Long established reliable house. Write
today. John Sexton & Co., 352 W.
Illinois St., Chicago, 111. 48-lt

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