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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 29 May 1902

CONTESTS, Call on Stroud Bros. Wagons, Plows, Harrows, PLATS, PLATS, if you want: Stoves, Tinware, Hardware, Clothing, Groceries, Canned Goods, Ham, Bacon, ABSTRACTS. O. A. RUPLE, MOUNTED Farm Machinery, Barbed Wire. Paints, Harnesses, Saddles. Furnishings, Dry Goods, STROUD BROS. Williston, North Dakota. R. M. CALDERIOOD, C. E. B00THR0YD. D. S. Commissioner. FILINGS, PROOFS, Williston Land Co. Notions. Flour, Feed, etc. SETTLERS LOCATED, MONEY LOANED, MONEY LOANED, LANDS FOR SALE, HOUSES TO RENT. If you have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see us. Office in Stewart's Building, Main Street. •^TOTTIEe ...DEER HEADS... 1 Oli OTHER TROPHIES TO WILLISTON'S LEADING TAXIDERMIST. IF \Or WISH THEM UP TOY DATE METHODS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE. CITY DRAY LINE 10HN HEFFERNAN. Prop. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. DRAY WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. THE PUREST MISSOURI RIVER ICE Delivered to Patrons in any part of the City. WILLISTON. NORTH DAKOTA. D. BELL, A. A. AUST...

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. — 5 June 1902

.vtvflpns ,4. •*-. LONG war ended tORB KITCHENER OFFICIALITY AN SOUNCES SIGNING OF PEACE TERMS. BOERS GIVE IP THE STRUGGLE TOWS IS RECEIVED IN LONDON WITH DEMONSTRATIONS OF JOY. BRITONS ARE WILDLY JUBILANT PRAYERS OF THANKSGIVING OF­ FERED VP IN ALL THE CHURCHES. London, June 3.—Peace lias been de •clared after nearly two years and eight months of a war which tried the Brit ish empire to its uttermost and wiped the Boers from the list of nations. The war has come to an end with Xiord Kitchener's announcement from Pretoria that he, Lord Milner and the Boer delegates had signed "terms of •surrender." This announcement had been anticipated for several days, and St was definitely forecasted in these dispatches but its receipt Sunday af ternoon took the nation by surprise, as ^everybody had confidently believed that the hpuse of commons would hear the first news to-day. The edge of the ^anticipation with which Great Britain awaited the promised statement in the liouse of commons- from Mr...

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. — 5 June 1902

BT COPLAND & OVEKSOX. WILLISTON, N. DAK IA Delilah of the 1 New West. & Her Qullelul Camp-Pire Wooing. TO THOSE whose knowledge of cat tle-driving is founded upon the Bible and kindred lore, it may seem a mild and patriarchal kind of pur suit, old as the Chaldeans, made re spectable by Abraham himself. But ask concerning it of some California rancher of the early days, whose vast domains—large as the independent principality of older and less prod igal lands—lay naked and unfenced. The description will be rather pic turesque than Biblical. Now, the cattle-driver was a. placid man. It was in the character of his life. He rode all day and many a time all night, going rarely above the slow est walk, sleeping in his saddle, envel oped in a cloud of acrid dust thrown up from beneath the hoofs of his herd. In the midst of nature, spread out forever and beyond, the sky above him, the valleys and hills around, hour after hour he saw only vaguely the moving mass ahead, and drew in 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. — 5 June 1902

aNJ? HOW ICEBERGS FORM. Brealc Amy from Glaciers and Melt They Move South, Gradually ChaaglBK Shape. To bring the formation of those wonderful natural creations, icebergs, within the general understanding, many efforts have been made by writers. One of the latter, who was one of the expedition that went north un der the command of Lieut. R. E. Peary in 1896 and 1897, says that the float ing masses of ice with their pinnacled tops that we used to see in geogra phies were missing, though here and there a slender spire would rise from well-angled and curious shaped masses. In all cases the bergs were in a way solid—with slanting sides, show ing cairns here and there, and having flat tops, of all sizes and heights. The glaciers from which the bergs break off crop out all along the Greenland coast, their source being the Great Ice Cap, which covers the interior of Greenland. The constantly accumu lating snow, compressed by wind force, is forced outward into the waters of Baffin bay, Davi...

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. — 5 June 1902

JA WILIJST^N" jORAPHIC The OSAPHIC la entered at the Port Office A* Williaton. N. D.. aaaoeood clasa null matter. Official Paper «f WMfiams County. PUBLISHED BVBST THURSDAY AT WILUSTON. N. D. R. H. OOMHAND, WILLARDB. OVERSON .1 EDITORS. Williston, N. D., June 5, 1902. G-rinnell Notes.. Tom Ward is one of Grinnell's busiest {formers this spring. Morg Morman made a trip to White Earth the past week. Milton Grube is doing a large stroke of farming on his ranch this spring. H. Rosman was busy this week, hav ing put up a right smart lot of fence. R. H. Ames is back on his ranch, ami thinks the country life is the best for him. Justice M. M. Stacy was busy with Justice court matters a part of the past week. Beady to Yield. "I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for piles and found it a certain cure," says S. R. Meredith, Willow Grove, Del. Operations unnecessary to cure piles. They always yield to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve. Cures skin diseases, all kinds of wounds. Accept no counter feits. Br...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 5 June 1902

P&M "1 lv.'.v.i'iiT ii ,•• p*» WILL1STON :--ft UPERAHOUSE LOCAL ROUND-UP. Pourth of July celebration at Wiliiston. The Mouitor Wind Mills are the best, MOORK & Dow, Dr. K. Neville of South Bend, Ind. is in Willistoo, looking over the situation With a view of locating. We are pleased to note that Mrs. JJer rill, who has been quite sick for a couple 4f w-eeks past, is convalescing, FOR SALE OR RENT,—Good (houses for sale or rent on easy terms. Inquire at the First National Bank, Mrs. J. H. Belyeais in Fargo this week as a delegate to the Grand Lodge of the Eebekabs, which is in session at that place. The Modern Brotherhood of America will organize Friday evening, June 13th, at Odd Fellows Hall, All members are requested to be present. We have just received another car load of barb wire. Call on us before buying elsewhere. STROUP BBOS. Miss Nettie Benton, who has been at tending school in Minneapolis and tak ing special work in music during the past year returned home on this m...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 5 June 1902

c.V If A& I«fi I I Ki •:l 14 it ••I •~i 1 1 :4', :|MSureTKin^: Game 1 •!•»n»l"l A SURE-THING man never had any more chance in Mojave thrin a snowbird once the boys got their minds fully made up that he was a cinch individual" said Ira Mur dock, who used to conduct eating houses at various points along the line of the Santa Fe. '"Barney Keating dkln't know this when he got along with his lay-out in the fall of '87. He hadn't an idea of the chance he was taking in trying to give Mojave the phony end of it. "He began on that line right from the jump. He showed the boys that he had a bank roll of $10,000 pat, and told them to come along. His faro box was one of those foxy Chicago made contraptions that enables the dealer to do about every old thing except play cassino with himself in sliding the cards out, and his roulette wheel was another hot piece of mechanism that permitted him to joggle the marble into any hole he wanted it to drop in by the employ ment of a little footwork. "W...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 5 June 1902

Nurses* Experience. Medical men say that a good nurse in a difficult case is better than med icine, but when we can get a good nurse and good medicine, the patient stands a much better chance of re covery. The few words of advice given below by nurse Eliza King, are well worthy the attention of all readers: I have constantly used St. Jacobs Oil in the various situations I have occupied as Dorse, and have invariably found it excellent in all eases requiring outward application, Each as sprains, bruises, rhcumatic affections, neuralgia, etc. In cases of pleurisy it is an excellent remedy—well rubbed in. I can strongly rccommend it after several years' use and experience. It should be in every household." Sister CAROI TN*, St. Andrew's Hospital, writes I have found St. Jacobs Oil a most efficacious remedy in gout also in sprains and bruises. Indeed, we cannot say too much in its praise, and our doctor is ordering it constantly." Uw» of the Wheel. Spokes—The bicycle is a great moral fac...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 5 June 1902

1 s^m Clothing, R. H. CAIDERW00D, U. S. Commissioner. CONTESTS, Call on Wagons, Plows, Harrows, if you want: Stoves, Tinware Hardware, PLATS, ABSTRACTS. Farm Machinery, Barbed Wire. Paints, Harnesses, Saddles. Furnishings, Dry Goods, Groceries, Canned Goods, Hani, Bacon, STROUD BROS. Williston, North Dakota. LANDS FOR SALE, HOUSES TO RENT. If you have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see us. Office in Stewart's Building, Main Street. »tmniiin»8»i»itmMtm»«»»«M»»«»»tmiMm!M!»tti SHIP TOUI2 ...DEER HEADS... Oil OTHER O. A. RUPLE, Oil OTHER TROPHIES TO WILLISTON'S LEADING IK* \OtF WISH THEM MOUNTED .. V. .. Notions. Flour, Feed, etc. C. B. B00THR0YD. M. B. CALDERWOOD. Williston Land Go. FILINGS, SETTLERS LOCATED, PROOFS, PROOFS, MONEY LOANED, TAXIDERMIST. UP tc? date methods. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE. CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFEBNAN. Prop. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. DRAY WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. THE PUREST MISSOURI RIVER ICE Delivered to Patrons in any p...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 12 June 1902

tor fp \b.4 k'iri KHIFD AT A FIRE ran LIVICf LOST IN THE] DESTRUC- TIOM JOB. A SANITA- iglvj SIUM. Si READS WITH CHEAT RAPIDITY FAUBNTFL -STRAPPED TO THUD HI /BEDS ARE: LEFT TO THEIR FATE. DYER THIRTY ARE INJURED MANY JUMP Origin of the Fire. The fire originated in the basement of Jthe building and spread rapidly to the tapper stories throughout the elevator Shaft. The blaze was discovered by frames Newell, a grocer, who was driv ing through the alley in the rear of the building. He noticed smoke coming from one of the basement-Windows and ran "into the engine room to discover its iBause. Behind the boilers in the center lot the cellar and within a few feet of the elevator shaft he saw a small flame, 'trhe next instant the flames were taught by the draft in the elevator -fthaft and carried up with a roar. "New ell shouted to several men in the alley to give the alarm and to warn the in tonates of the danger. Several hurried to do this, but by the time they reached jthe first floor 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. — 12 June 1902

1? Ma!r*TE S'W, &"• KyM •Mi I 'ii. Br COPELAKD & OVKKSON. WILLISTON. N. OAK. THE ALLEY MAN'S STRATEGY MS TIM was an alley man. Everybody who lives on the North Side knows what an alley man is. He is the man who does odd jobs for a dozen fam ilies and sleeps in the furnace-room of the particular family which has shown the greatest toleration for his pres ence and to which he owes paramount allegiance. The alley man generally drifts into the neighborhood, per forms some service that gives him a "•"title to recognition and thereafter he is a fixture, gradually extending his field of operations until he has ten or a dozen households which call upon him for occasional service _jujd. one ^ujusehold whiclx he'callsliis own. Tim the alley man did a service one day for 15-year-old Jimmie Rutgers, who lived with his parents in a colo nial house on Astor street, colonial though it was built only ten years ago but of such is the kingdom of swelldom. Jimmie Rutgers was driving alone. A b...

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. — 12 June 1902

O^Ch«H»JKH*«^^ i0 Ltord ^Pym and Liady Paget 5kKKlW0lHlW0Hj00HOHWKKXlO LORDequality,'* PYM was an aristocratic democrat. His watchword was "social and he talked an grily of the criminal selfishness of the governing classes. There was no end to his pedigree, and his in come was magnificent. Lady Paget was an aristocrat, pure and simple. She had no ideas about the democ racy, except that it -was dirty and despicable. She was annoyed with Lord Pym. Here was a man, young, good-looking and well educated, with estates as large as her own, and he must needs go about trumpeting out abominable doctrines and disgracing the whole class to which he—and she —belonged. Lady Paget felt that, had Lord Pym been a reasonable i:~in, she might have married-him indeed, she would have done it but it was impos sible to marry a man who called himself a democrat and sat on the platforms beside creatures who had grimy finger nails and wore woollen "chokers." Lord Pym admired Lady Paget. He thought it a pity ...

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. — 12 June 1902

Notice of School Election. (SPECIAL DISTRICT—ANNUAL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that on the third Tuesday in June, being June 17th, A^D. 1902, an annual..election wilUbe held,^hl0"8^!pjftJ)uiidjng^*i#tie'Town ofWilliston, iitltiib.-Special^School Dis tricf of WitH&ton, County' of Williams, State of North Dakota, for the purpose of electing the following members of the board of education: One member to serve for a term of three years. The pollB will be opened at 9:00 o'clock a. m.t and close at 4:00 o'clock p. m. of that day. Dated at Williston, this 14th day of May, A. D. 1902. By order of the Board of Education. £v- R. H. COPELAND, CLERK. This •ignataM ia on every box of the genuine Laxative Brojno-Quinine Tablet. the remedy that MUM a eold fa one DAY Northern threat TIMETABLE. V? WESTBOUND, Arrive* Mo. 8, Mail..... ............2:20 a. m. No. 7, Mixed 11:10 p. m. *AST BOUND. Arrives No. 4, Mail 6:23 p, m. Ne. 8 Mixed........» .2:45 a. W T. ENTON. Agt. CI#'HEAT MARKET, (She...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 12 June 1902

^**i ailHi 1'i11 :-X' $ I' 1 ii IIII1 W I I S N PERA HOUSE E O LOCAL ROUND-UP. Get your "Derby" At Bruegger'B. Doc.^ahl came down from his ranch yesterday. (Captain David JCing of -Buford was a viator In our city yesterday. Jhe Monitor Wind Mills are the best MOQBE & Dow. Halvor Thorsen and daughter Miss Lena, were visitoce in this city from &ofQund a few days last week. fiend your baggy to WOODLEY'S and have it painted. Hies Ada Hufnail, of Osceola, Wis., arrived in Williston yesterday morning and will visit for some time w4th her Bister, W. 11. Denny. .Mrs.George Goddard has rented the 'Handley plaee and has several good, dean rooms to rent. Anyone desiring either room or board would do well to .OAllsOB het. Mr. J. Zeno Bruegger., manager of the Bruegger Mercantile Co^s store at Cul bertson, came down to Williston to 'transact business Monday .eveniqg and returned home Tuesday. rFOUND—A small poeketbook con taining papers of interest only to one Charles F. Eickert. Call at...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 12 June 1902

I 5-, The Great Fall of I Dumpy Humpy US By (JOHN RRFTHRY. P»ALEB SIMPSON is an old man I. now, and it is with something of 'self-deprecation that he sometimes j4 spins a yarn of the old days when he was in the circus business with Si monides Patroclus Price. A hot acotbh and a few friends nearly as old as himself got him started the other flight, and he told one like this: "There .ain't any use going back'to the particulars of how I got in the show business further than to say that V* I sold up old Pap Rockwell's show for a feed bill he owed me, tried the game for three performances, and made so much money that I turned the store over to my brother and set out for a professional circus man. Bock well cut out and left as soon as he'd intro duced me to his general manager—Sim Price. Besides being manager of the show Sim was the clown, and, by the way, to this day I think he was the funniest clown that ever wore grease paint. He was a) bit sore when he found out that I had seized the ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 12 June 1902

MS3 DIED FOR HIS COUNTRY. The Execution of Timothy Webater, Famou Union Spy* and His Burial Place. No doubt many of our readers have read Allen Pinkerton's famous story, "The Spy of the Rebellion," which was published in installments in The Na tional Tribune, of Washington, D. C., and in which the bravery and heroism of Timothy Webster is related. Alt-hought the work has become fa mous as one of the great war narra tives,-very few persons were aware un til recently that the- remains of this brave man lie buried in the little ceme tery at Onarga, 18 miles north of this city, says the Eastern Illinois Regis ter, Paxton, 111. On the little weath er beaten headstone above his grave are the words: "Timothy Webster— I died for my country." The Onarga Leader-Review, in speak ing of the matter, has the following: "Timothy Webster was the great Pinkerton detective, a member of Uncle Sam's secret corps', and his service to his country is written in detail in one of the Pinkerton's works, call...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 12 June 1902

a''-Vs£ l-M6 ,!'34-»% it 'S^. -Si*. 1 A 5 5 J. J. I •i.i fe 'I' i, & Is |i ?. v. I »v» R. X. CALDERWOOD, C, E. U. S. Commissioner. FILINGS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, STROUK BROS. :vThe Store that saves you Money. Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Crockery, Boots and Shoes. Headquarters for HARDWARE, Farm Machinery Sr Imple ments, Cultivators, Har rows, Plows, Wagons and Buggies. Also Saltj Lime and Cement. Rough Rider Saddles and Boots made especially for our trade. We would be pleased to liave you get our prices on goods that we have to sell and believe that we can save yon money. All of our goods are strictly new and up to-date. We bought tlieni at low prices and will give you the benefit. STROUD BROS., Williston, North Dakota. Williston Land Go. PLATS, ALL WORK [i 1 •:i- ft VI I I 1 TOLlllLlLILlfitatatatatata^^ D. BELL, $ ABSTRACTS. HOUSES TO RENT. O. A RTJPLE yJm If you have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see us. Office Stewart's Building, Main Street. MOUNTED $ 2 $...

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. — 19 June 1902

si sT". if: t.-. K' Mv .J. If W: MAYOftlS INDICTED VHB WINIEAPOLIS OFFICIAL IS CHARGED WITH OFFERING .A'BRIBE. DOC AMES IN SERIOUS TROUBLE ALLEGED THAT HE MADE IM PROPER PROPOSALS TO OF- FICIALS. WANTED OFFICE FOR A FRIEND SHERIFFS FEES THE TEMPTING BAIT ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN OFFERED. Minneapolis, June 18.—Mayor Ames, four times mayor of Minneapolis, Dem ocratic nominee for governor against A. R. McGill, and so prominent and popular in bis party that he was once talked about as good vice-presidential material, was Indicted by the Hennepin county grand jury yesterday afternoon. This came as the most sensational act of the Jury's prolonged and careful de liberations. Mayor Ames was not only indicted yesterday afternoon for "offering a bribe for appointment to public office," but the vote of the Jury was unanimous. There was absolutely no dissenting from the conclusion that the statements made to the grand Jury by County Commissioners Nash and Sweet a fort night since that Mayor Ames Ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 19 June 1902

Bv 1 COJ»ELAND & OVERSOW. WILUSTON^ N. DAK The Iiittle f^ed Shoe^e By Ssvab Beaumont Kennedy, (Copyrighted by Daily Story Pub. Co.) THE was sitting on top of the step ladder before the high bookcase vhither sh$ had mounted to read the titles of the musty volumesxon the upper shelves. But they had not proved very interesting, so she had taken pity on a bust of Shakespeare which, surmounted the case, and was busily rubbing the dust from his eyes with her cambric handkerchief. And as she rubbed she sang running rag time tunes and other airs together in a jumble that would have set a Wag ner-worshiper wild. "Kitty Cly has a heart Warm's a cup of tea, (j~. Big as any sweet potato Down In Tennessee." She sang so loud that she did not hear the gate slam nor the knock at the door, so the gentleman outside had a good look at her as she perched there in the flame-colored negligee with its foamy ruffles, and her blonde hair waved fluffily above her brow. One little foot was on a step of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 19 June 1902

A GREAT MONUMENT. The Hieroglyphic Stairway Found at Copan, Honduras. Finest Specimen of Aboriginal Amer ican Architecture In Existence —Ui Beauty la a Puile to Archaeologists. .The remarkable hieiugiyphic stair way at Copan, in Honduras, not far from the boundary of Guatemala, is in many ways the most important and in teresting monument of aboriginal American architecture that has ever been brought to light by the excava tions of the archaeologist. Ten years ago it was practically unknown, but since then it has been uncovered and studied as a whole by the various Co pan expeditions of the Peabody mu seum of American archaeology and ethnology at Hnrvard, under the di rection of Georg'fe B. Gordon, whose elaborate report on the discovery and restoration of the stairway—just is sued to subscribers by the museum au thorities—affords much incidental in formation concerning a memorable prehistoric civilization that may prove to be older than even the Assyrian or the Egyptian—that of the ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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