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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 July 1895

VOL. 1. NO. 1. Our Advent. In making our debut before the people of Williston and Williams county—most pf whom are strangers to us, but whoso acquaintance we hope soon to cultivate and enjoy—we shall depart fronl the or dinary practice of country publishers in Riving their readers a long salutatory, in the first issue, teeming with promises they never fulfill. We shall make no pledges, and therefore shall have none to break. We fully realize the difficul ties surrounding the undertaking in the midst of a new and sparsely settled Pountry, but having implicit faith in the future development of the town and tiunty impels us to risk the enterprise. As Budd Reeve said, while speaking of -bathing, "there are two ways of going in Swimming. One is to wade in, and keep wading and wading, till you can't wade tiny further. The other is to walk out bn a spring-board and dive in head first, tt. is hard to say which way is best, 'fhere is one advantage, however,' in wading. If you can't swim you ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 July 1895

•c ibc ^iUiston ©rajihit R. H. Copeland, Publisher. WILLISTON, N. DAK. JUST TO KEEP. I'a cot a lot n' things at my house Just to keep. I's got atop 'at's busted, AD' a dog 'at's lost tier hair. An' a doll 'at's made o' woosted— But his head an' tall ain't therel An' I got a ol' tin swistlc, What my gromraa give to me, An' a reg'lar shootin' pistol! Yes. sir! Big as big can be! Think such things ain't good tor socicthlnt Well, I like 'em just a heap: If they nin't no good for nothin", Why. got 'em just to keep. Th' other day, when it was rainin', Bess an' me played hide and seek, An' I hid up in the attic, Where I heard somefin' go "skreek!" Bet I's scared! But 'twa'n't no goblins— Only my ma sittin' there By a ol' chest full o' flxin's .'At I ain't seen no one wear Was a lot o' little dresses, All in pink an' blue an' white: My ma she'd been cr.vin' on 'em, An' she hugged me awful tight! When I asked her why she's cryin',' What it was 'at paade her weep. She says: "Xothin', darlin',...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 July 1895

FOURTH COUSIN& BY CHARLES D. WIIXAR1). Something had happened! There was 8uch a rosy flush on her cheek, so bright a gleam in her eye, and on his face such an utter abandon of joy, that anyone—-even a man— could have guessed the truth. Fortunately they had chosen the hill road, the least traveled of all the ways that lead down from the Montecito valley into Santa Barbara, and for the first half-hour after the event they met no one. It was what the inhabitants of the Channel City call a "genuine Santa Barbara day." The sun shone warm and bright, and a soft perfumed breeze !ame out of the west. There was June in the air, although the calendar was set for midwinter. The birds sang in the trees above them, the squirrels chirped from the hillside, and their horses, wandering at times from the road, sank to the knee in a waving sea of flowers. "First of all," she said, breaking the silence of a whole minute, "you must tell my father." "Certainly," said the young man. "Who's afraid?" "...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 July 1895

Williston Graphic. Tim graphic is entered at the Post Office at iYilliston. N. D.,as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AT WILLIS:fON. N. D. :j. H. COPELAND. Editor. Is the Silver Sentiment Abating Not long since most of the Twin City dailies announced under /scare" heads that the silver agitation had readied its •flood and was beginning to abate. The ground fax their jubilation heing a dis patch from Memphis chronicling the fact that one man, a banker, by the way, who had decided leanings towards silver, had since the "sound money',11 convention announced his change of heart and gone brck in the fold. When our old friends beg 11 to count their converts and tele» graph their accessions the assumption is a sound one that thuir case is desperate, ihe times are doinn the talkiug and with greater eSect than all the literatuie Wall street can send out. The Ohio ago Record, after devoting space to the ablest advocates on both Bides, opened a poll to arrive with some degree ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 13 December 1895

I A-Wf m: IV' |JJ/ ,-o- fi» A' •w *s8 ?4-! ft. I & kr •s* I'V 3fvs. 8fc£ 1,1 Jfe ^»w ill ''(S'» I_ nvipuTc is entered &t the Post Office at LlBton*N."D .-*»aeKsbud class mail matter. 'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. COPELAND. EDITOR. Pqunty Directory. LJFF-^HERMAN ROFEHR. LTY^AUDITOR—JOHN BBUEOOEB. fctyTreasurer—F. R. ZAHL. of District Court—FRANK ATF Judge-1?:. F* F9 WILD. LEONHABDY. Ute rof Deeds—II. E. FIELD. bner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. of Schools—MRS. M. A. BERGH. nty Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. ^1 Adviser-rN. A'. S?|WART. BOARD Off COUOTY COMMISSIONER list District—JO^N |2d pistrict—E. HEFFERNAN, CHAIRMAN, L. MOORE. sd District-H. A. NELSON. )irQctpyy fo^' Town of T^illiston. TRUSTHES. CHAS. B. GIBBS, President. JOHN BRUEIBGEB. F. Ri Za^l. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of eac^i pn'tii. pRANii WILP, pierje. csl^opl Eo^rd, Special School District of Williston. E. LEONHABDY, President. Gao. W. NEWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFFERNAN, DOUGLAS BELL. FKANK \VILD, Cler...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 13 December 1895

,.*•* 'v. 11 \h JX'i & ?£a& Shr^Villistou $tajrli« R. H. COPEL\ND, Publisher. WILLISTONlj I N. DAK. CORDELIA. BV FRANK. II. SWEET. ORDKLTA HACIv E vv a ii mending' her back fence. This was nothing' unusual, Cor tlie fence had a habit of needing mending1, and for many a long year there had been no one but Cordelia to do it and, in fact, to do all the mend ing and tending and baking and making for the hungry Haekett family. She hail smoothed •the way down into the valley for her •loor, paralytic father, and had paved the way up the hill of life and into an •education for her brothers and sisters, ami was now thinking- of performing he same office for the motherless chil dren of an older half-brother. But Cordelia did not look old, in spite of the 32 years. Her face was as fair and vivacious as the riotous, clambering roses that essayed to soften and hide the dilapidated fence and her eyes 'were the same merry, bewildering eyes that had proved the joy and torment of snore than ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 13 December 1895

*1j ^m(A« 1/ uf ey d's my nd nd a .» ec 5c. ROAD EMBANKMENT. pide, even when a rock wall is laid up support the outer side, which greatly icreases the chances of upsetting a j)aded wagon, and also causes the road wash badly. In building a sidehill 5ad the wall on the outside ought not be laid up perpendicularly, since the instant outward pressure is quite sure throw the wall down. Built as shown the accompanying illustration, the |all is constantly braced against this ltward pressure and will remain firm in place, it pays to have smooth, ^•ell-constructed farm roads, for poor iads very largely increase the cost of 111 the crops that are raised.—American Agriculturist. Buy Only the ilest of Trees. In buying trees, after you have made fcp your mind what you want,.be very pertain that you get good trees and true larieties. A blunder in this can never Se remedied without serious loss, jiever buy sorts you do not want be cause the trees look nice, or because the [urseryman, being oversto...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 13 December 1895

rr 12$** "lP Hv" A KUINED CAPITAL. The Fall of Oahaba, Onoe Obiel Oity of Alabama. before the Days of Railroads It Before the days of railroads, says the Chattanooga Times, Cahaba, then the capital of Alabama, was in her glory, Beautifully situated, with steamboats plying up and down the Alabama river between Cahaba and Mobile, carrying flown cargoes of cot ton and produce and returning with merchandise, the ancient Capital became the inland metropolis her state. The bulk of the cotton trop was shipped through it. The Wealthy planters and slave Owners made their purchases there and its trade became large. It wae likewise the hub of aristocracy and the seat of (colleges and schools of a high order. When the legislature? was in session the season of gayety set in. The palatial homes of the wealthy and historic fam ilies, many of whom owned lordly man sions in and around Cahaba, were thrdwn open and southern hospitality held uninterrupted sway. These homes were veritable palaces of lux...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 20 December 1895

The G»Armc is entered At the Post Office at Williston. N. P.. as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND. EDITOR. County Directory. jEherlff— HERMAN BOEHR. I County Auditor—JOHN BKTJEGGER. County Treasurer—F. R. ZAIII., I Clerk of Iiairi,t Court—FRANK WII.D. County JTI'UF-15. LEONHARDY. Registo rof i) ods—II. E. FIEI.D. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. [gUDt. of Schools—MK8. M. A. BERGH. I County Surveyor—E. C. PALMER, ,Uxal Adviser—N, A. STEWART. BOARD OV 0OUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—JOHN HEKFERNAN, Chairman. 2d District—E. MOORE. 3d District—II. A. NELSON. Director^ for Town of WiiliBton. TRUSTEES. CHAS. B. GIBBS, President JOHN BRUE«JEB. F. R. Zahl. RcgUlar meetings held first Tuesday of each VAONTB. FRANK WILD, Clerk. fechool Board, Special School District of Williston. E. LtbxiiABDY, President. GKO. \V. NEWTON. W. R. MCCKESNEY. JOHN HEFFERNAN, DOUGLAS BELL. FKANK WILD, Clerk and Tteas. Religious. Services are held every Sunday in tfie...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 20 December 1895

i: I' i- ihr^'illistoii Graphic R. H. C0PEI1A.ND, Publisher. WILLISTON^ N. DAK. A RUINED ALTAR. Green Is the valley and fair the slopes around it, Wide waves of barley shining to the sun Softly the stockdoves murmur in the pine trees. Deep through the hollow the happy wa ters run. Itoofless and ruinous lies the little home stead, All the gray walls of it crumbling to the ground Only the hearth-place, steadfast and un shaken, Stands, like a tomb, 'mid the lusty leaf age round. 1'oxglove and hemlock blossom in the garden, Where the bright ragwort tramples on the rose f»one is the gate, and lost the little path way— ... High on the threshold the gaunt nettle glows. TIere, long ago, were toll, and thought, and laughter, Poor schemes for pleasures, piteous plans for gain, Love, fear and strife-for men were born and died here- Strange human passion, bitter human pain. Now the square hearth-place, shrouded deep in shadow, Holds in its hollow wild things of the wood Here comes the hawk, and...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 20 December 1895

ti'gryT'F'F- Vtf r^.)( «,jfArt »*£'r ^O .,vi RICULTURALHINTS. •ARM AND COMFORTABLE. [mm ami Eurnpeetlvo View of a Win ter Poultry House. j\v is the time to get in readiness I the poultry house that, will keep Is warm when the isflwwry is rang- below zero, and the price of egg* ring from forty to fifty degrees yo /ero. It won't do to wait before Iking" about that house. If a new lis to be built, it is worth while to very carefully to secure both eeon- 0 vim (VAHil WINTER POULTRY HOUSE. and warmth. An expensive poul jhouse is a great piece of folly, but [refillly built one is money in the Whether poultry pays depends jly on whether the fowls lay well ie winter. To secure winter lay a warm house is absolutely neces f, together with good management feeding, exercise, etc. ie accompanying diagram shows a ion through a winter poultry house. Ire fowls will be comfortable on coldest days. A dry spot of ground hosen and a foundation of rough le laid below its level. A rough &e wall is th...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 20 December 1895

._w? ANTARTIC MYSTERIES. Retctoq grnnwei? Key®* $wilca i^irt Np Explorer Goes. The Antartio is a region of eternal svinter and of uuroelting snow, where— go far as is k$evn—not a single plant jinds life within the circle and where never a living creature roams. The zoologist is not drawn to the southern pircle as he is to the northern, and yet the attractions for him are great, he pause they have all the charms of the unknown. It is believed that only a few of the hardiest birds build in a few of the sheltered corners of the Antartic, but who knows? Who can say that deep within those awful solitudes may not be revealed the mystery of the life of the fur soal when he vanishes from the waters of the north Pacific? Or that on some Antartic continent or island may not be found the p" oeless remnant of the great auk tribe? We know not, at any rate, what riches or poverty may be there until we go to see. And nobody has yet gone to see—beyond the fringe. It is a curious fact that no one li...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 27 December 1895

•W^mM VOL. &M '•.•••xy'.ti.W jr\ WW NO. 25. Che QSAPHXC is entered at the Post Oftice at, ^ilJUton. N. D.. as second cla3B mail matter. ^PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 5. H. COPEIiAND. AT WILLISTON. N. '4' |:-j0unty"And|tor—JOIIN BRUEGQEB. [COUNTY ir'easurer—P. R. ZATIL. fclork of District Court—FIIANK WILD. bounty Judge-E. LEONIIARDY. Registe rof Deeds—II. E. FIELD. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. punt of Schools—MRS. M. A. BEROW. :ounty Surveyor—E, ECXTOR. -...•j.j«nf«A»5—.-» fjounty Direc^pr. I"IA^RIFF I1.KRMAN ROEIIR. C. PAI.MEK. Legal Adviser— N, A. STEWART. HOARD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—JOHN HEFFERNAN, Chairman. 2i District—E. L. MOORE. 3d District—H. A. NELSON. Direct pry for Town pf "V^illiston. TRUSTEES. CHAS. B. GIBBS, President. JOHN BRUESGEI Jj\ R, Zahl. JitJ-, .iter meetings held first Tuesday of each liontlii FRANK WILD, Clerk. jkibool Board, Special School District of Williston, E. LEONHARDY, President. GEO. W. NEWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN IJEFFERNAN, DOUGLAS BE...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 27 December 1895

ChriVilliston Graphic R. H. COPELAND, Publisher. WILLISTON,• N. DAK. A GOOD-NIGHT CARESS. Ji little shining ring lies in my hand, Not gold, nor starred with gems, but just, instead, JL precious ring of sunny yellow hair Cut from my darling's head. What art thou like, without thy frame of light. The aureole that made thy little face Like to the cherub faces which in Heaven Are found iu fairest place? How many times I've stooped to kiss and bless The fairest little head in all my world! To-night I bow my own with sileut tears, And kiss one little curL Robbed of thy crown, thou'rt still my little king, To whom I bend In worship, praying yet That the most Kingly Giver I may not In love for thee forget What thou hast been to me, my little lad, Of sunshine and of bloom In darkest days, Only the Father knows, who plants some flower Along life's roughest ways. Out of my arms, far out beyond my .reach. The swift years bear thee, but my yearning heart Can never make of life a blessed thing Fr...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 27 December 1895

•V sv- :, •?.5 t^-- r:,w ?'®W'vS^ if^, .-^'. T^ :.'. 1 ," •''*. AGRICULTURAL HINTS. GOOD THOROUGHFARES. [ilke Charity, This Writer Thinks, They Should Begin at Home. All thing's considered—youth and jvergrowth, inexjSerieiwse and careless less, and, in the majority of cases, lack jf opportunity to judge by comparison -the United States has kept reasona ble pace with other nations in the mat ter of roadways. There is an appalling territory to be covered, beside which the establishing of good roads in Eu ropean countries seems like child's play. Due of the chief troubles in America has »cen the rapid development of our tre lendous railway system, which has absorbed the time, attention and cap ital of men and companies who have fiven thought to conditions of com lunications between districts. Far teaching and essential as this mode of conveyance is, it must be remembered that the finest railroad in the world in 10 way lessens the local 'need of good roads in the communities through ,-l...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 27 December 1895

N 4 IN INJMA, $h® Maharanee of Euulgal and Her Mqde of Living, ^Surrounded by Luxury and Beauty ktha Boyal Prisoner Dream* Aw*y Her Days in Oriental Splendor. P" The maharanee of Kunigal is a very beautiful woman. Her tail figure is draped with airy and artistic effect. The robe consists of much soft India silk, elaborately embroidered, arranged about her in mysterious grace, a very enigma of garment without the ex planation of a single st itch. It is close VIy plaited at the waist in front, falling in a fan-like train over the feet, and fastened with a band of gold that is studded with crescents of pearls. This garment is short in the back and is brought over the shoulders, hanging in soft, loose folds. Her left arm dis plays a bracelet of costly gems of rare beauty and of profound historic in terest which carries one back to the time of "Cleopatra. It was found fimong some otht'r buried treasures more than a centui'y ago, when the remote ances tors of the late king' acquired it. T...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 28 February 1896

IAPUIC is entered at the Post Office at i, N. I).. as second class mail matter. BL*ISHBD EVERY FRIDAY AT 1LLISTON, N. D. JPELAND. GEO. \V. NEWTON. \V. R. MCCHKSNI:Y, JOHN HEFPEIINAN, POUOLAS BELL. EDITOR. County DirecliQry, IHEBMAN ROEHR. Auditor—JonK* BHUEGQEH. Treasurer—F.' K. ZAIIIJ. L»i8trict'fedurt—FXIANK WILD. ludge--i« LEONHARDY. fof Deeds—II.' E. FIELD. -E. V. B. ACKERMAN. |scbppl«—MBS. M. Aj- BEKGW. Surveyor—E. C. PALMER, R. Iviser— N, A. STEWABT. a. U'.D OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. district—JOHN HEFFEKNAN, Clkiman. District—E. L.'MOOKK. district—II. A. NELSOS. bctory for Town of Williston. TRUSTEES. C^as. B. GIJ5B3,' President. jdHN BllUEQGliK. F. R. ZAHL. |lar Meetings held lirst Tuesday of each FRANK WILD, Clerk. pi Board, Special School District of ^illiston, E. Li-QNnAiiDY, President, F.KANK WILD,' Clerfc and Treas, {Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. |ets every Wednesday night. ,T. E. HINTON, N. G. G. B. METZOEU, Sec. J-IERMAX ROEIII?, Perm. Sec. iliston, Kforth Dakota. KEY...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 28 February 1896

5[hc¥illiofonO"»raj)!tic R. H. COPELAND, Publisher. WILUSTON^ N. DAK. A GIRL OF INSIGHT. ID 3rcn have a good time in town?" "No-o beastly hole bores ene to death." "But there is siicli a lot going- on now. Did yon not go to any thea ters?" "Yes, to every one music halls, too saw everything there was to be seen. 1 suppose I did enjoy myself, but I have forgotten it." The girl looked at the man steadily for a moment, but he walked moodily on, uueonscious of her gaze. "Were there any nice people staying at the same place?" she asked, uncon cernedly, but still atching him. "No-o at least, I hardly spoke to any of them," "Who were those people you wrote about—those people you were with so much?" "Oh, they were Irish." Dead silence. The man and the girl sauntered along the beach, each intent on his or her own thoughts. "What charming people the Irish are as a rule!" the girl said, at length. "Yes, awfully jolly," enthusiastically. "Were these?" "Oh, yes, they weren't bad." "Ilow many were...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 28 February 1896

FARM AND GARDEN. WINDMILL NOVELTIES. •Two Recent Attempts to Improve ou the Prevailing Styles. The use of windmills for developing power in the rural districts is steadily increasing, and much thought is now being given to the possible iinprove aenfc of existing designs. Herewith .ve rudely indicate the principles of two Irecent inventions. Dr. H. M. Shaw, of Genoa, N. Y., would have four horizon tal arms of frames, to each of which lie would attach, by hinges, one or more Vertical sails, either entirely flat or inade of slats, shutter fashion, whose nngle with a perpendicular could be faried. The first diagram gives an idea of this plan. The solid arrow shows [the direction of the wind, and the dot Ited one the direction of rotation. It [will be seen that as each set of sails [come into the right position for work Ithey slow down- gently against the [arm which supports them and carry jit with them half way around the cir [cle. The wind then penetrates under [the free lateral edge o...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 28 February 1896

'jPWff 11: li../ \ii wm IN A ", '"ky-/ CRM^ER. Wonders Witnessed by pj Moun tain Explore r. Jadian linendi ot I tiraou* MUto In tlio Wast Stwi SMtfS Found In the Eybter .ranean Caverns Crater mountain is one/of the Uma tilla Indians' great spook depots from ancient time, says the Bnkei' City Dem ocrat. Biicks that are now white with the hoary irosts of many winters rec ollect hanging in tae trees tightly strapped to their nurang boards, while their mothers roamed the forests in fcearch of game for the lords of crea tion or wood for the tepee, and from infancy love to relnte how tho prcul Spirit spoke to them With tiie awiul Voice of terrific th/mdet' in the bowels of the earth. Many ate ,the stories and legends of Indian lore told of Crater mountain. One /of the favorite ones is told of a great war between the Shoshones and I Umatillas. When the Umatillas had/ conquered their foes they proceeded to slaughter old ahd young, regardjess of sex. One beauti ful Shoshone maiden, seeing th...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
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