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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 24 July 1896

VOL. 2. NO. 3. The GRAPHIC ts entered at the Post Office at Williston. N. D.i as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. A, COPELAND. EDITOR. Count Directory. Bljeriff—HERMAN ROEIIK. County Auditor-JOMN BRUEQOER, County Treasurer—?. R. ZAHI.. Clerk of District Court—FRANK WILD. County Judge—E. LEONHARDY. Begiste rof Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Coroner-E. V. B. AOKERMAN. 8upt. of Schools—MRS. M. A. BEROH. County Surveyor—E. C. PAI.MKR. legal Adviser-N. A. STEWART. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS. 2d District—E. L. MOORE. T1 NIAFRTCT—H. A. UIILSQM. Chairman. Directory for Town of "Williston. TRUSTEES. F. R. ZAHL, President. JCLIUS NELSON. WM. FREEMAN. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each Month. FRANK Wu.i, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. E. LEONHARDY, President. 3EO. W. NEWTON. W. R. MCCIIESNKY. JOHN HEFFEUNAN. DOUGLAS BELL. FRANK WILD. Clerk and Treas. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Wed...

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. — 24 July 1896

1 I ©b* StfiUistan (Braphit H. OOFILAHD, Publisher. I I N. OAK. 4NLLISTON, HEAtiD IN THE CELL. 1SY ANNIE FMNT. OHN BLAKE." "Sir?" The prisoner, a f. ijowerful looking Wit young fellow, a heard the doctor's voice, so that the light fell full upon his face. Dr. Townley was not a hard-hearted man, but, as this was the first time he liacl been called as medical expert, he liad entered the cell with his mind run ning on the professional advantage this case would be to him, and the nice little sum he would receive for his opinion. Doctors grow callous to suffering. Dr. Townley had worked hard, and was still A struggling young physician. He had fa wife and several children to support. Ho wonder he had felt important and ^elated while riding down to the "T ombs" to examine the murderer, whom he re garded as merely a "case." Before him he saw a man no older •than himself—a man whose broad •shoulders, massive limbs and strong, sinewy hands suggested freedom, space, honesty, manly labor. Dr. T...

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. — 24 July 1896

tHE FARMING WORLD. FARMERS WHO SUCCEED. Types of AffrloaltarUto Found In th« Western States. Ifcw* ers are divided into three jjrst, those who take up with Jibing new in grains, vegetables. erei fruits IL and machinery without stopping lit ink or Studying the demands of It market, the possibilities of their 1 and peculiarities of the niimate. f' riably they make failures. The sec 1 cla«s are those who neve*- buy or froducc anything new in the way of etc) use the same implement* Sr fathers did, irrigate only when he spirit moves them, let their cattle Jin around the straw pile in winter, £LjjDg them a few nubbins make all Iheir butter in the summer and use the churn. They are homely lik ened to a cow's tail, inasmuch as they are always behind. The third class are those who think, gtody their market and soil, begin on a mall scalc and exPeriment a until cherry STRONG FARM GATE. It li th«s nroblem is solved. If a new fruit is being advertised and trees sold at enor mous prices they buy...

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. — 24 July 1896

4 v. j? V' €1 bite r£. .(SB Among other things in his farewell T'ldreee to the republican convention ut St. Louis, and to the party, Senator Teller said: "I represent a state that produces pilver, but I want to say to you here and now that my advocacy is not in the slightest dergee influenced by that fact. I contend for it because I belive there can be no sound financial system in the country or the world that does not recognize the principle. I contend for it because since 1873, when it was ruthlessly stricken from our statutas, there has been a continued depreciation of all products of human labor and hu man energy. I contend for it because in this year of '96 the American people are in greater distress than they ever were in their history. I contend for it be cause this is in my judgment the great weight, the great incubus that has weighed down enterprises and destroyed prices in this favored land of ours. I contend for it because I believe the welfare of my country is dependent ...

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. — 31 July 1896

TIW 0 ^ri%" NO. 4. GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office at ^listoii. N. D., aa second class mail matter.* PUBLISHED EV?RY FBIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D„ II. COPELAKD, EDITOR. County Directory. ^liciiir-UKiiMAN EOEHR. County Auditor—.JOHN BRUEGGE*. *oWitv Treasurer—l-'. ','lerk K. ZAHI,. District Court-FRANK WILD. -oiuity Judge-*'.. I KONHARDV. iieKiste rof Deeds—II. ®.' FIEI,P. T,.r01l.._-U. v. ». ACKERMAN. Xiot/tf Schools—MRS. M. A.1 BE^GII. •,LlintySurveyor-W: C. PALMER. •J^A! Adviser—-N. A. STEWART. 1!0AP[) 1ST OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Disirict—THOMAG BURGESS. aUJUtxiut-^-K. L. MOORE. 3d H. A. NEtsoN, Chairman. DirecPC.i'y for Towpf* pi F. K. Willistqn. TRUSTEES,. ZAHI., President. JCHITS- NEUON. WM. FREKMA:*. Rfjii'-Hir meetings held first Tuesday of each FRANK WII.D, Clerk. $-liooi Board, Special School District of Willistqn, K. IEpN^AitDY, Preside^. Sr.o.'W. Kjj'wiflN. V,'. R. MOCHESNEV. JOHN HEPFERNAN. DOUGLAS UEI.L. FKA.SK WII.D, Clerlt antj ITreas. ort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0...

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. — 31 July 1896

•V.V- ,"V*: •it1.- & $£*• fyiyj l|M&' life %$k- a iifr •i iV $ tfi Vt[ »•.'! Che SWilliston Graphic «. A. COPELAND, Publisher. WILUSTON] I N. DAK. EETRIBUTION. HOUGH fraught with many excit ing adventures in the way of hunting game and being ourselves hunted by Indians, our overland journey to California in 1850 was by no means a pleasure excursion. Starting early In May from St. Louis, Mo., with eight wagons, 32 men and a small army of horses and mules, we had been, at the time my story opens, nearly three months on the road. We had literally fought our way through numerous tribes of hostile red men—Kiowas, Utes, Comanches, Ap aches and various bands of unrecog nized savages—without losing a man— though, in the course of countless skir mishes, several of us had received spear and arrow wounds. But now, tired of this continual fighting, our guide, Dave Ingram, had led us far north in New Mexico, and we had come into the coun try of the Navajoes, who, so far from coveting our...

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. — 31 July 1896

,rS MIGHTY COMFORTIN'. mighty comfortln* wl»*n your hair ig gettin' thin, the wrinkles in your f*ce have come to feef 'her litt\e hand smoothin' out ^e°you'TneB^heMovin' look and hear her say: my dear, it seems as though every .' vou live you grow n/somer than in the olden days vou smile back at your wife, while you think in all your life never heard a sweeter word of praise. somehow, the teardrops rise to your jim old tadin' eyes, hile you his9 the an' small, ill! tender hand still white vou try tell her how you loved her then—you love her now, bless rie, if the words will come at mat then it comes to you to think, of trials she's gone thro' borne without a murnur for your caiTonly bow your head at the lovln' things she's said, your poor old heart can only ache and ache. •he knows what alls you then, and she kisses you again, lie you hear her gently whisper, sweet /has'bro't more hopes than fears we have known more smiles than tears. 're the dearest dear of dears, John Anderson, my...

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. — 31 July 1896

^Lail. sw»! V". Mf iil. wiims P1'' '&£$£'••": •kite! ii .•''"I5!'"':''.:'- I'" h'* i: 1 S-. •f:'r '''$' :J 1 fv:'i .-• •s I 4, '®vr-••••'• -I'ife'li? -IWffr |x'v i' -#-T3 '•i'r sit IiU t.59Lr. 1 fr**'' |K I lf! I :'ti i! '.•' j-' ..v? "k..„. ', A TRICKY MEMORY. /t Ktfl'lUaM MM WhOM 1 42? ••i-Ska BMollMtioii VM at halt It would afford material for an entire paper to study defects of memory and to describe some of the curiosities of -thinking which result from such de lects. A writer in Popular Science Monthly says that he saw lately a busi ness man of keen mind and good gen eral memory, who was not paralyzed in any way and was perfectly able to understand and talk, but who had sud denly lost part of his power of reading and of mathematical calculation. The letters d, g, q, and y, though seen perfectly, were no longer recog nized and conveyed no more idea to htm thui Chinese characters would to us. He had great difficulty in reading —bad to spell out all words and could not read w...

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. — 7 August 1896

aA^k r'" ..•4 1 Ife 1 ft •i & WF 'V fty*'^- \0L. 2. NO. 5. I COPELAND. 'VW Irttg ^Z7l*pincis entered at the Post Office at rl second class mail matter |T PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT $ WILLISTON. N. D. N KDITOU. County Directory, iherlff-HEKMAN ROEHR. •.,r.County Auditor-JonN BKUEOGEn. iUItyJ»^ LBOl,HABDY •. ..JeguterofDoeds-H. E. FIELD. Coroner—E. V, B. ACKEKMAN. R-tort of Schools—MRS.-M. A. BEHGU. county Surveyor-—B. C. PALMER. jegal Adviser-N. A. STEWAK*. BOARD OP COUNTY co.MjnssipNKits. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS. 2d 'District—E. L. MooitK. 3d'District—H. A. NKLSOW, Chairman. Directory for Toym. of Williston. TRl'STKES. t1. R. Zahl, President. JULIUS NELSON. WM. FltEEMAN"i ilcular meetings held tirst Tuesday of t-.ieh Ifconto. Fka^-k Ciorfc. fohool Bo^.rd, Special School District of Willisfcoru E. IfeONItAKDY, Prcsiilcilt. 3EO. W. NEWTON. 'W. R. MCCHKSNKV. JOHN HEFFKKN.VM. DOUGLAS BELL. FKANK WIR.DI Clerk and Treas. srt Buford Lodge No. 18.1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Wednesday nig...

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. — 7 August 1896

rjtmm'il /••fc •r ,i '.&&}• J.:-- ©be Strittistoa 6raphit R. I 3. COPELAND, Publisher. WILLISTON] I I N. DAK. •'HOW BE YE, JIM?" "How be ye, Jim?" That sunny voice Comes back through the misty years. And I see the grace of an old man's face Smile up through his happy tears. Long time he strays down the quiet waya Where the path is strange and dim. But I keep the cheer of his love and hear His words: "How be fro. Jim?" There came to me as comes to all The voice of Purpose when lost the Joy of a careless boy For the broad, bold world of men. And the skies were glad or dark or sad My thoughts ran back to him Till we met once more at the old home door. And he said: "How be ye, Jim?" Sometime in the far off by and by. When the years are old and gray, shall wander down from the busy town. Though that sweet and quiet way. shall find the.rills from the rose-crowncd hills. And drink from their blissful brim: And the .best of all, I shall hear him call And say: "How be ye, Jim?" —Nixo...

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. — 7 August 1896

N COPfJ **nt» aj, I Kn^andiJ apf: who has iD 'lddlestone of indep,' devote hi,l lne a veryjJ ff his hoi^e, he tum^i oi on eooreyed t»l Jjoi -of [THE FARMING WORLD. THE TRtES WE PLANT. I Moname^uTTh»n Those Carved |gander iend Granite. 1* a "benefactor of his race who I" wo blades of grass to grow nlv one blade grew before/* how the world ^nts that which shnll continue fb°iw in beauty and in strength, and nf still greater benefit to the "T« »ie ye»™ reznai^ he "pent, coffin de id in ac^ nainhi,^. ollowed to J1 only^ left tfc»i a" of hi,"] g° r"cre «hii* Hi-'""1' »nd so"''"""!? sod- is grand "se it is a benefit bestowed upon, labor performed for, those who I come after us it is sad because our own eyes shall not see the results the work w© do. And who may know the unmeasured .nod the planting of a single tree may As time goes on, and the sun upon it, and the clouds weep antKg&ntle winds caress it, it ilKit its leafy hands to- do? gniiles over it, *ball spread Lrd heaven as in pray...

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. — 7 August 1896

I ft "14 •5 $ ^-n fc£ Pi.8- ?. ::j 'INTELLIGENCE OF HORSES. Are of tho Opinion That a Horso May \Vcep. Do horses weep? is a question dis cus si (I by the Admiralty and Horso Guards Gazette. It tells us that tliero is a. well-authenticated case of a horse weeping" during1 the Crimean war. On the advance to the heights of Alma, a battery of artillery became exposed to the fire of a concealed Russian battery, and in the course of a few minutes it was nearly destroyed, men and horses killed and wounded, guns dismounted and limbers broken a solitary horse, which had apparently escaped unhurt, was observed standing- with fixed gazo upon an object close beside him this turned out to be his late master, quite dead. The poor animal, when a trooper was dispatched to recover him, was found with copious tears flowing from his eyes and it was only by main force that he could be dragged away from the spot, and his unearthly cries to get back to his master wci-e heartrending. Apropos of the intens...

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. — 9 July 1897

A jpwp*®^ S 0 1 •-4 I la entered at the Prist Office at Nj D„ as second class mail matter. r^mjEVERY FRIDAY AT Huston, N. D. COSTEIiLOi FRANK WILD, Clerk. |jl Beard, Special School District of Williston. £, IEONITARDY, President. SEO. W. NEWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFFERNAN. PFETER ANDERSON. FKANK WILD. Clerk. CLINTON IIEDDEKICH. Treas. kr-VV.-^-- IBuford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0 F. every Wednesday night. VYM. SNYDER, N. G. G. B. MKTZGER, Sec. F. R. ZAIIL,Treas. Illiston, North Dakota. K. O. T. M. |lar Meetings the first and third Fri days of each month. fcbers of other Tents cordially in vited to attend. JOHN BRUEGGKR, C. Fkank WILD, R. K. filiistdn, N. D. -jr. A. STEWART, Jl, "^7" "ST IE2 is RATE'S ATTORNEY, WILLIAMS CO, Collections promptly attended to. 3tOE, N,D. iOCAL ROUND-UP. eadditional locals on 4th page. jinen Lap Robes and Fly Nets at the :hes9 Shop. I C. Stewart. liiii Brusggaf made a trip to Culbert f&sttlfclRY. asiiouts edst delayed the west-bound indue Wednesday 24...

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 1897

I •t i-i f.?. iff I C.J l€ rM- Ibe ^illiston ftrapbu R. H. COPBLAWD, Publisher. WILLISTON] I I N. DAK THE ANARCHIST. By Prof. Bliss Perry. was the first day of the fall term. I had just assigned scats to the sopho xuore class in Greek, and had begun some appropriate remarks about the new college year, when the door of the recitation-room was pushed gently open. The class looked up, and I turned around. On the threshold stood a man of 26 or 27 a stoop-shouldered giant, wfth a wide-brimmed, gray felt hat, an ill-fit ting black suit—planned as a compro mise between a "Prince Albert" and a -cutaway—a long red tuft of chin wliis liers, and narrow, imperturbable, wist ful eyes. He glanced at me and took oft' his hat. For that one second the room •was absolutely silent. "I'm a freshman," he said, in a soft, southern voice. "Freshman McRawney. Am 1 in the right place?" A rapturous, deafening howl from the sophomores was his answer, and, after somewhat extensive experience, 1 confess that th...

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 1897

1 And K:-,- 8QWQ. ud I the told to pteua the# *tnd stock* and bond* and fkma, then mi*W dare to woo thee, Offer thee my name «ut since I am a poor lad. "ind you a lady great, »gtiU must go my own way. An* learn to honor fate. Tby lot is far above me. in beauty's ranks to shine TO dazzle in the shimmer Of jewels, light and wine To reap the songs of poets. To win a prince's heart, (To raise the welcome plaudits in no ignoble part. •Tis mine to follow labor. From rise to set of 3un To gee the goal forever Of no ambition won To look upon thee passing, As those who dream bright Farewell to Idle visions, And welcome little cot And lei the rose of glory ILambert looked squarely at the two a nearest him as he rapidly ap jached, whereupoti one of them nerv jily tugged at the sleeve of a third. AeTs, after one furtive glance, pre yed they did not sec the coming iter and became absorbed in the me. Ten strides and he was opposite group and not a hand had been jed in salute, not a man was "staad...

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 1897

»,'i '1 is :T 1 5. 1 fcl $ I''**-- A SBNEFICEXT BAND. is (Good 'Work of a Kentucky Mualoal Organization. toe Bocgli Lumbermen Get Together ?V ultk Xheir Instruments and Bring ... J"3ace to a Turbulent Community. "Music hath charms to soothe a savage to rend a rock and-burst a cab foagv," quoted the hotel clerk to the jjuest from the mountain region of Ken tucky, as that individual dropped a nickel in. the tin cup of la bella Ital ian ua-organ-grindera. "Wc-ll," he laughed, "here's a cab bage it can bust every, time it hits it and I'm glad of it. 1'pa a great believer in music and its power over the tutored and untutored mind. Of course, there Is a margin of poetry in it, but its prac tical workings are no-less. As an in Stance, let me tell you tny -experience. aiu, as you know, in the lumber busi ness in the mountain region of Ken tucky, and, aa you are also aware, that particular section is not'entirely i-n" ha bi ted by Quakers. I had employed at ,-aiy mill about a'dozen men who w...

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. — 16 July 1897

1!'"« ,| Pt- vf#" 1 -'O. Official Paper. mi 3- «irrr is entered at the Post Office at TheGiafHic is class maU Histoa.N-^-" FOBLISHED EVERY matter. Fill DAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. OPELAND. L- X'1 EDITOR. County Directory. I ,r ta9 S. COSTEIil-O. ISuanor-HERMAN ROEIIIT. FRINTV Treasurer—F- R* ZAHL.' DISTRICT Court-H. V. SUITH. liinty Judge—E. LEONHAKDY. Rgister OF Deeds—II. E.^ FIELD. I.Ler-E. V. B. ACKEKMAN. T-t/of Schools—MRS. M. A. BU«. JsSnty Surveyor—OLAF BERCH. [!!", Mtorney-N. A. STEWART. UC4BD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. District—THOMAS BURGESS. gj&triel-E. MOCRE, Chairman, :LAWP3lA.y- for Town of Williston. TRUSTEES. F. R. ZAHL, President. WA. FREEMAN. JAMES KINO. I Secular meetings Held first Tuesday of each FRANK WiU, Clerk. Li-nth. aool Board, Special School District of "Willistcn. B. LEONHARDY, President. AEO. W. NEWTON. \V. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFFERNAN. PETER ANDERSO:T. FKANK WILD, Clerlr. CLINTON HEDDERICH. Treas. Buford Lodge No. 18,!. 0. 0, fleets every Wednesday night....

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. — 16 July 1897

tic SWiUiston (graphic R. H. COPE LAND, Publisher. WILLISTON] I N. DAK jnmnTrofimiromvrofimfmmnromr 4'Be MiVlHR'S LOVE STOt^Y. BY DOROTHY E. NELSON. IT was two o'clock on a hot summer afternoon. Little languid breezes touched the tops of the grasses that fringed the roadside, or moved a few leaves here and there 011 the ma ples, but that was all. The sun, beat ing down on the white picket fence, seemed to draw dazzling lines out into the air. The flowers in the narrow gar den beds on each side of the path were dull and drooping. The shrill, ceaseless whirring of the cicadae seemed like the •voice of the heat. A woman walked down the path she was large and stout, and her skirts brushed the drooping flowers all the •way. She pushed open the door, and stood on the threshold a moment till her eyes could become accustomed to the change from the quivering bright ness outside. "For the land's sake, Alvirey!*" she exclaimed, "I sh'd think you migAt as well be sewing in a cellar—all that Jbl...

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. — 16 July 1897

I in town A month or two— inhere expecUn* I might stay ail my days with little Sue ^pven yit. perhaps, I may. An hi hangs 'round my neck so tight HJ.S though I know I orter pack. raise the spunk to say to-night: f.I must git back." I it pleasant fur me here. IW* !?n" her husband, I must own. ®ULnce ma's gone. It would appear better off than I'd be home. Im. Inno' to settle down J»ut -Jt way -phi's can't 1st git the Knack. JUvr 'tore winter gits aroun' must' git back. seero9 ungrateful like, I know iJt seen' come—the very night— LfUfhin(rs she'd brought from Cedar row the first things to meet my sight. I unci she cried, 'tis just the same— ™r slippers, pipe, and chair and sack." Jhv sir the thought that minute came: ""must git back." «*.» bless your soul, this ain't no place v«r an old chap as rough as me There ain't enough of air or space I ar »ibow-room—fur J?rv I can see. have watched the sky through all Injun summer through a crack J,ween two buildtn's. an' this fall I I'm goin' ...

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. — 16 July 1897

•'(if I '•tlU 1$• .^a VM Sli f? ti OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF TUU 1'! Board of Co. Commissioners OX' WILLtAMS COUNTY, N. D. REGULAR SESSION. "Williston, N. D., July 5, 1897. Board met pursuant to law. Present: Com'rs Burgess and Lamp man. Absent: Com'r Moore. On motion, board adjourned till Tues day, July 6th, at 9 o'clock a. m. Tuesday, July 6tli •, 9 o'clock a. m. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present: Com'rs Burgess and Lamp man. Absent: Com'r Moore. On motion, Com'r Lampman was ap pointed chairman pro tern. The following bills were presented and on motion allowed, and warrants ordered drawn on the respective funds: Ves. Cooper, repairing muddy bridge, $ 88 E. Leonhardy, salary as county judge, Leonhardy, office 3 months, B. Metzger, house rent county poor, 75 00 rent. G. B. Metsger, lumber for Stony creek' bridge, tt. A. Nelson, bailiff at] April term of court, &.• H. Copeland, county printing, H. Koehr, express and freight, John Heffeman, logs for Muddy bridge On motion, ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
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