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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 26 December 1901

Rr A first-class Hearse in connection. DRAY WOK'- CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFERNAN. Prop. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. I New Year's Gifts. I (Jail ait«l Examine my Line of S in S N el Watches. Chains, Rings Scarf Pins, Breast Pins, Emblem Pins, S a W a Gold Pens, Fountain Fens, Ftc. Etc., Etc, fl. G. Coleman. Dr. Brown's CXJRE B. H. COPKLAND. W. OVERSON. COPELAND & OVERSON, A O N E S A A W LAND OFFICE BUSINESS Attended to with care and promptness "Williston. North Dakota GET YOUR Doctor Brown's Blood Berries also invigorate the Blood n"d System when broken down by overwork, worry, disease, excesses and indiscteiions of liviuR. Assist re coveiy from Acntc Diseases, such as Fevers, etc., and cure the loss of Vital Powers by Spermatorrhoea. Doctor Brown's Blood Berries are NOT a oure-nl\ They contain nothing that could injure the most delicate svstem, hut net upon the diseases dependent upon poor ail watery BLOOD or a cachetic state of that lluid. They act directly upon the blood. Tl...

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. — 2 January 1902

H- ~V The UBAPHIC la entered at the Post Ofhce a» ATilliiton. N. D..aa«ccond clua mail natter. PUBLISHED KVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, threat :'*C" TIME TABLE. WJtST BOUND. Arrives No. 8, Kail 2:20 a. 111. No. 7, Mixed 7:10 m. EAST BOUND. Arrives No. 4. Mtil 6:18 p. tn. Ne. 8 Mixed ..6:00 a. W. T. BENTON. Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. OTICE TO CATHOLICS.—Services will be conducted every fourth Sunday of the month ginning at 10 o'clock a. m. at Odd Fellows Hall. Sunday School Ht 3 o'clock p. m. S 1 1 1 EOITOBS. WILLARD B. OVERSON MOUNT XOBIAH LODGE NO. 01, •. F. A. X. Seneca Brownell, W. M, C. A. Wittmeier, S. W. N. A. Stewart, J. W. W. D. Parshall, Treas. Q. B. Metzger, Secretary. Meets every first and third Thursday. Visitinfc Brothers always welcome. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0.0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. PAUL SCHIKRBBCK, N. G. J. H. BELYEA, V. G. R. H. COPB(-ANJ„ Sec. I, C. STEWART, TYHHH. Trustees—WM. SNYOBR, N. E. PRUD BOM ME, R. T. LUCAS. Williston. Nort...

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. — 2 January 1902

j-I KliMwi!'' COi'KLAND & OVEKSOX. WILUSTON. N. OAK FALL. Flfccks. or yellow. blots of red, In the *reen boughs overhead Withered herbage in the grass Ot the pasture where I pass ana These -m many other signs, A Midst the cedars and the pines, Seen as plain as light at dawn, Tell the tale that summer's gone. Summer gone, but linger still Beauties rare on plain and hill Tint* that rival rainbow dyes Set in summer evening skies, Gemming meadow, fen and lea, Bright at shells from out the sea. Summer's gone, btat left are all (A'"The countless splendors of the fall, "r All the fairest flowers remain Gelden rod in endless chain Daisies interspersed like gems Bend and bow on graceful stems Asters sporting everywhere. Blue-eyed beauties bright and fair Late rose blooming on the lawn, Heedless tbat the summer's gone. Bob-white In the pasture land. To his sweetheart near at hand, Pipes his love notes, Boft and clear, As those trilled when June was here. Flicker teeters through the air, Q...

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. — 2 January 1902

AFTER Tfte SILENT CONVICT the gaping three-inch gash in the head of Prison Guard Morgan had been dressed by the penitentiary physician and a nip of rye given the wounded man, he was escorted into the presence of the new warden to tell how it all happened. "You see, it was this 'ere way, war den," he began, after he had saluted his chief and dropped into a comfort able position on the sofa in the pri vate room of the penitentiary office. "Six of us were out there-by-the broom shop cleanin' up the yard a bit. Kid Sly and Shorty were comin' the rake act. I told Green to take a spade and throw some loose dirt up agin the tool house. He was standin' in one of them cat fits of his'n and paid.no attention to me. He just rolled his eyes and worked his arms." Morgan paused and pressed a huge gnarled hand against his bandaged cranium. "Take it easy," said the warden, sym pathetically. "Then," continued the guard, "I caught him by the shoulder and gave him a push toward the tool house, at the ...

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. — 2 January 1902

A t\ I# fe: r, V, ill 6- 'IS pa.-• fi. JOHN HEFFERNAN Prop. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. DKAV WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WATER AND PURE ICE Delivered to Puli'ons in any part of the City. WILLISTON. NORTH DAKOTA. WatoJies and. Olools.8 repaired. FINE RAILROAD WATCHES A SPECIALTY. I O S a a a a |i| The Williston Graphic, COPELAND & OVERSON, Publishers. Williston, North Dakota. S. H. COPELAND. W. OVEBSON. COPELAND & OVERSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS Attended to with care and promptness Williston. North Dakota GET YOUR :Photographs taken at iiH.-ll.lhM: STUDIO. All kinds of Photograph work will re- $ celve WILLISTON, celve prompt attention. NORTH DAKOTA. 7 M. SCRANTON, General Blacksmiths. Horse-Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds of Wagon 1 Carriage Work EXECUTED WITH DISPATCH. Satisfaction guaranteed on all work. 7 Give me a call. (VShop on Broad way, weat of Brvant 6 Sharp's |g^ Livery Stable. W WILLI8TON. N. DAK. THOMAS & MONROE, Undertakers and Funeral Directo...

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 January 1902

ytmi- V, '-Asf-«•#¥• ••.'%. & v» »«." '•-••Ai. The QKAPHIC LI entered at the Poet Office a» Willi*too. N.D..M seoaad claw mall matter. PUBLISHXD KVCKY THURSDAY AT "WILLISTON. N. D. B. H. COFXLA.NCt, 7 £v. o'clock p. m. Evening Service at 8:00 p. m. Midweek prayer service. Wednesday 8 o'clock p. m. A general invitation Is extended to the public to attend all these services. rase a BMTOM. W1LLARD B. 0VU80M, MOVWt MOXUM 10Doi HO. 51, A. W. tt A. X. •Seneca Bioaruell, W. X, C. A. TCittneier, 8. W. X. A. 8»«erart, J. W. W.D.Parahall, Treas. O. B. Mctaifc'r, Secretary. Meets every first and third Thatsday. Visiting Brothers always welcome. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0.0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. J. H. Bum. S. 6. R. T. LUCAS, V. 6. B. 11. COPSLAND., Sec. I, C. STEWART, Treas. Trustees—WM. SNYDXB, N. E. PRUD •oxmc, R. T. LUCAS. Williston, North Dakota. i§ •m 0 Mm SH* $V:: 3$ Northern threat TIME TABLE. wtn tomo. Arrive* Ko. 8, Mail......... 2:20 a. n. Ko. 7, Mixed...... 7:10 p. m...

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 January 1902

Skp'-rvt' p. If /•gfw ife: \,Ki tc fh'ii W, ^7- TO relRJttlistim SraplHt Br COPtfI.£iri}«fc Ovi&soh. rV~T~ WILL'STON. N. DAK TO THE LIVING. iW* will not wait until your voice Is still Before we say that w? have loved its tone, Its charm, Its eloquence, its magic thrill, Its power to make our loyal hearts your own Not While your voice still lingers on the -..ear •, We will confess that we have held It dear. We will not wait until your eyes are dim Before we say that we have loved their U*ht Xct others keep to grace a funeral hymn Vbe tender words that might have made life bright No! while your .eyes are gazing into ours We bring the smiles of friendship, and its flowers. We will not wait until your ears are dull Before we speak the dearest words of love. Words that can make this life all beauti ful And help us to a dearer life above No! While your ears are open to our speech We will repeat the praises love can teach. We will not wait until your hands He cold, Folded across a puls...

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 January 1902

::0 $m iiitf ^""7 ^V"'- -x X. Ux •w "v Believing it was made to swim? The green that struggles from the bud Upon the. slim branch, day and night. Aspires to be a perfect leaf, GETTIflG THE^H. Ths fledgling fallen ftvm the nest Fails when it spreads its wings to fly But tries, and tries.again, until It soars' away into the sky. What if, when failure came, it ne'er Had tried again to reach the limb— Had turned and tumbled in the brook. Keep^ on and on with all its might. By FRANK H. SWEET (Copyright. MOl. by Authors Syndicate "Well, that is too bad!" She was sitting on the floor of one of the rooms of a Fifth avenue hotel, anxiously examining the contents of small valise, which were presently scattered in semicircle before her. That the search was unsuccessful was apparent from the gathering frown on her face. At length she thrust the various articles back into the valise and walked impatiently to. a window. Several minutes of silent consterna tion, then the frown vanished in a clear,...

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 January 1902

I IBtfr* IBB®!!5 "I®? A fir*t-das» Hearse in- connection ass? DRAY tw ft "f18 Pv is r'i' liabilities of the firm, and to receive all 6accounts due the same. KHt &A 4 i'VKc JOHN HEFFERNAN. Prop. •. Lively, Feed and Sale Stable iAlias Contest Notice. Department of the Interior. United States Land OIHce, Minot, N. D., December 6th, 1901. A inmcient contest affidavit having been filed In this office by Zeno Bruegger, contestant, against homestead entry No. 260, made June 6th, 1896, for the southeast quarter of section 29, township 164, range 100, bv John M. Barker, contestee. in which it is alleged that said en trjrman, John M. Barker, has wholly abandoned said tract aud changed his residence therefrom for more than six months last past since making said entry, and next prior to tne making of this contest, namely, October M. 1901 that the entry man left the country in August 1896, and has never since returned, leaving said tract wholly abandoned by him for more than five years, and ...

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 January 1902

Slpf 1 lil I .*•* If 1& ., 4 a&i .• ry-"*'V- _, f' Sfi.i ^t' S. &V? VOL. 7. NO. 29. The GBAPHIC IS entered at the Post Office a* Vllliitou. N. D.. as sccond class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. E. H. COPELAND, WILLARD B. OVERSON Meets every first and third Thursday. Visiting Brothers always welcome. Port Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. Meets every Wednesday night. J. H. BEL YE A, N. G. R. T. HOMME, R. T. LUCAS. Williston. North Dakota. LOCAL ROUND-UP. William Snyder left for Minot this morning on business. £. A. Sharp has commenced the stor ing of ice for his next summer's business. Seasoned white wood, 1 inch and half inch boa ds, at Scranton & Hayes. A number of our young people are taking advantage of the excellent skating on the Missouri River here. The Williston Cornet Band has secured the use of the Opera House in which to practice. They meet twice a week. Mount Moriah Lodge, No. 51, has just received a new roller-top desk, which was pla...

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 January 1902

Ki, fbt^illistoa (Siaplm S»S::-. •.. KK^I BT Ciwiuin) & OVEKSOS. fe^WILLISTON. FROM THE MAMEN" CORNER. I s'pose there's nothin' liner than that good old "Beulah Land." And when our Lizzie sings it you can see the glories grand Wben "Rock of Ages" rings out from the hallelujah shore, I tell you this old sinner ain't a goln' to drift no more And when they strike "Amazin* Grace," each feller singln' free— The Lord—He understands It—so it's good enough for me. It Isn't what you're singin' why, I often times forget And praise the Lord to music with the good old alphabet, Until I strike the words again, and I don't think it's wrong It isn't what is in it, but the soul behind the song. So tell you, perfesser, you had better. let 'em be— The Lord—He understands 'em—co they're good enough for me. —Baltimore American. isc8oeoeo»ec8c8oece»cecd3ecec8oec)ec8c8»oeceseoeot lis Particular Detestation. AS 9 Vh Marcus Wimberley passed the Grafton on his way to Mrs. Tim Prindle's tea, a slender gi...

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 January 1902

§3* jrT f. Vi.7 r^ 4 •a ,• Jl A Literary Woman's Trousseau By MABQARXT O. FAWCETT. (Copjrl«ht«d by Daily Story Pub. Co.) MARCH 23—Well, I've landed my. fish. I know, dear that'g a hopelessly vulgar figure, but it's the truth, and this is one of my honest half hours. Yes, I deliberately set my cap for him, so you may congratu late me on my conquest. The bride elect of a senator and next winter Washington—Washington, the Mecca -of my fondest dreams! He proposed to-night—the senator, you know. Other women may feel differently—I presume, though, in such matters we're all very much alike—but a pro posal has a tremendously exhilarat ing effect on me. I've received four in the course of my career and I never had to acquire the taste. Four proposals! Not a bad record for "a young person rather clever with the pen," as I once heard that odious Mrs. De Bruyn Kops describe me. Ugh, how I hate her! Confidentially, I thought he'd never come to the point. Not that he was the least bit nervous. 0,...

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 January 1902

[J* jfW' .. |l -,t -'V r, ,i !%f ii(f".Bii?i'ii .iTiti -r -irrtrn. iij.yr.7ij -.lijiiiii WM. :*Y5'*T-' 1 I'f fc 4V*1" A"iii' A GIOGKS. Watoiiea and. & CO. 'v, 8 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis. 310 Board of Trade, Duluth. GRAIN. p0rov^ions. Board of Trade, Chicago. Members-? Chain. of Com., Minneapolis. I Board of Trade, Duluth. DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES. Order* for the purchase of Grain, Stocks and Provisions executed in al) markets for cash or on marttins. fyir WltlTE for our free private telegraph |p, cipher explainine speculation and free |fr daily market letter. |f SHIPPERS, give ns a Trial. We |L have extended experience and handle ifLi all shipments to your best advantage. K. B. COPKLAND. W. OVEBSON. COPELAND & OVEBSON, flTTORN&yS AT LAW. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS Attended to with care and promptness Williston. North Dakota Star Meat Market (Makersle'n Old Stand.), FRESH BEEF, MUTTON and PORK, !|T?V tickled Pigs' Feet & Tnpe, Bologna and frankfurter Sausages. §& Sl...

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. — 23 January 1902

mmm The JF'"' 1 •vi I t- i'4 v..- »f© Jr j) QBAFHIC yM-: & '.ft ^fe- & vV Ai -*4 |t Wiiliston. North Dakota. ur .•* li entered at the Post Office a* Willistou, N. D.. a* second class mail matter. P0BLI8HED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, WILLARD B. OVERSON MOUNT MORI AH LODGE NO. 51, A. F. & A. M. Seneca Brownell, W. M, C. A. Wittmeier, S. W. N. A. Stewart, J. W. W. D. Parsliall, Treas. G. B. Metzger, Secretary. Meets every first and third Thursday. Visiting Brothers always welcome. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0.0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. J. H. BKLYEA. N. G. R. T. LUCAS, V. G. R. H. COPKI.AND., Sec. I, C. STBWAET, Treas. Trustees—WM. KNYDEB, N. E. PBCD BOHMK, R. T. LUCAS. T^REATNORTHERN TIME TABLE. WK8T BOUND. Arrives No. 3, Mail 2:20 a. m. No. 7, Mixed 7:10 p. m. EAST BOUND. Arrives No. 4. MUl ~.~....6:18 p. m. Na. 8, Mixed..» 6:00 a. W. T. BENTON. Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. MOTirE TO CATHOI.ICS.—Services will be Jl conducted every fourth Sunday o...

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. — 23 January 1902

I |%1 I?:" 'nfjr J? fa JLi- pK 1 IhcaHHUistott (graphic 1 Bt CorELASD A WILLISTON. OvKBfloat. N- DAK* DAD'S WAY. i'^'Just because: he says: "God bless 'em, They were made to make a noise!" vj People say that dad's peculiar In hfa bringing up ofjioys. fj'They don't understand boy nature* That's the trouble!"—dad, says he. '"Reckon that they've quite forgotten All about the used-to-be. ..^"When my-boys break- loose and holler, I break loose and holler, too, i: Just to show they do no different •. From the way we used to do. *HWhen they want .to go a-swimmlng, I And time to go along "^6how 'em how to dive and side-stroke, What is right and what is wrong.. g^'Take 'em fishing and out hunting, Join 'em In' a game of ball, Teach "em how to And the muskrat And to know the plover's call. Laugh at all their trifling mishaps, Let them laugh In turn at me Take their "dares'—from jumping fences Round to shinning up a tree. ,V "So we're Jolly boon companions, Best of chums—my boys and me. 'Bond ...

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. — 23 January 1902

5 ECONOMICAL FENCING. now an Ordinary Rati Fence Can Be Made to Last for Year* AVitk oct Repairs. A great many farms in Kentucky and in other states bare rail fences, which •will not turn stock and Avhich give the owners a great deal of trouble in keep ing the rails.on the fence and the stakes in the ground. In our section we have solved this question by the ,use of a little wire and some ingeunity. We have made out of our old rail fence a new fence, which will turn any kind of stock and which costs very little cash outlay, compared with other fences. I believe it is the only fence I know of that you begin to build from the top, says a writer in the Ohio Farmer, in preface to the following directions: Tools.—A pair of wire pincers or pliers, a grubbing hoe, a rack made of 1 by 3 strips 6yt feet tall (Fig. 1.), to POOR MAN'S FENCE. hold your top rail, and, lastly,but most important, a bale of No. 12 black wire, as pliable as you cau get. "Material.—1. The stakes should be Ci/2 feet 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. — 23 January 1902

J, vi-i V' -f 1 I rv Watones and Olook.0 repaired. FINE RAILROAD WATCHES A SPECIALTY. tST Old Silver and Gold bought at Market Bates. I 6l CO. 8 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis. 310 Board of Trade, Duluth. GRAIN, 8P°ROVI'SIONS. B.mrd of Trade, Chicago. Members} Chain, of C»m.{ Minneapolis. Board of'lial«( Duluth DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES. Orders for the pimihmte of Qfain, Stocks and Provisions etfettrtted iu all markets fur push or on MHtvitts: tl'IlITE f«t- otlf f(*e private telegraph 4 cipher exiilninitig spectilatioh and free daily market letter. SHIPPERS, git* riN a trial. We have extended experience and handle all shipments to your best advantage. U. COPKLANti. W. OVMSON. COPKLAND & OVEltSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. LAND OFFICE BUSINESS Attended to with care and promptness Williston. North Dakota Star Meat Market (MakerMe's Old 8tand.) FRESH BEEF, MUTTON and PORK, Pickled Pigs' Feet & Tnpe, Bologna and Frankfurter Sausages. Sliced Boiled Ham. GET YOUR Photographs taken at H. B. U...

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. — 30 January 1902

M? f?1:'' **1' «w* A t" rHt, t*** JS A -J v-:vvi*' jl_„ Thf OjiAPHic i« entered at the Post Office a» A'illiaton. N. D.. second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY AT WIL&JSTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, Another shipment of our New Wall Puper just received. Let us figure on »ur work. J. F. WOODLEY. There will he a Basket Social in the Catholic church Friday evening. Every body cordially invited. The Catholi idies will furnish coffee. IS S-r? EZHTOKB. WILLARD B. OVERSON XOUNT MOBIAH LODGE WO. 51, A. V. Seneca "Brownell, W. M, C. A. Wittmeier, S. W. N. A. Stewart, J. W.' W. D. Parshall, Treas. G. B. MetzRer, Secretary. Meets every first and third Thursday. Visiting Brothers always welcome. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0. 0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. J. H„ BKLYCA. N. G. R. T. LUCAS, V. G. R. H. CkPBI.AHI., Sec. I, C. STEWART, Treas. Trustees—WM. SNVDER, N. E. PRUD BOMME, R. T. LUCAS. Williston. North Dakota. !&•«? ft A. M. •.'•V.- :£j'4 Mi* W Mi* N -0REAT Sirs ORTHERN T...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 30 January 1902

J- W Vfi. Mi 'lit! •gglgt Biw" fl: IT v: f/ IH I A- tp'- A •fg Vs. BT Cqpeland & OVKESOX. WILLISTON. N. DAK. I ISABELiliA By Wllili T. HAbE. $ (ftfjiljtWbTMlrltMThi'C*) -. AM just in receipt of a letter bear ing tie postmark Panzos, Guate ^hraala. It is in Spanish, and translated, reads: "If you have not forgotten the prom ise, come to me at once. My father says that I shall marry Senor Barrios -uithin three months—when he shall have recovered from his wounds. Iam sit Panzos, to remain two months or i«n weeks. I will die b'efore wedding him. Isabella." Two years ago I was in the city.of TCew Orleans, looking for employment. 1 am an engineer—simply one of the great mass of everyday men who, hap pily for the country, do not believe that the world is dependent entirely cu its professional men. I had the advantages of an education my fa rther is considered wealthy for his sec tion but from a very early day my thoughts have run on machinery. While in New Orleans I met a gen tleman 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. — 30 January 1902

v.. j. & A HOVE flND CHlCI^EflS T- By FHA14K H- SWEET. (Copyright. U01. by Authors Syndicate.) MICROBEunsavory was all the name he btd known, and Deacon White—to spite of an reputation for sharp dealing1—sold his chickens and truck in the city on commission. For tihis reason, Microbe still wore old clothes, although he was a shrewd, hard-working young man. But Dea con White had a daughter, Cassia. One Sunday morning Microbe called at the White cabin, as usual. The deacon himself came to the door, but looked his visitor over in marked dis approval. "Why ain' yo' hus-le roun' an' buy better clo's, Microbe?" he demanded, gruffly. "Yo* ain' fitten to show yo'se'f on Sunday, 'specially at a chu'ch ossi fer's house." "Money too scarce fo' clo's jes' now, deacon," Microbe responded, cheerily. "But whar's Cassia? l's come to see her." "I- spec' yo* fin' her roun' on de back po'ch, peelin' taters fo' supper," he answered, discontentedly. "Yo' kin go frou de cabin, or roun' de cabin, jes'...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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