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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 19 June 1902

$ N,., & v*" -7% i*y -, f\ v« I:: ,r~ I ft i: WILLISTON GRAPHIC The GRAPHIC Wflliaton, N. D.. second class mail matter. Official Paper of Williams County. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. B. H. COPELAND, WILLARD^J. OVERBON It certainly would look better to make school officers of those who are patrons of the school, especially when good tim ber is in sight.. 'Five votes were C. O. Westcott is getting out all the road work due from parties owing poll tax. Potatoes and1 peas are in blossom on the flat. How's that for tbe Nessoti Valley There are about SMtacrea of flax sown in this end of tbe county already and more going in. A meeting will be held at Hofflund on fitinday next to arrange for a Fourth of July celebration. Mr. C. Byords from Bottrneau eounty visited Nesson the past week and de livered 45 head of cattle to Mr. Knutson on the south side. H. A Nelson sold a car load of "race horse" oats to Hedderich Bros. & Co. at Williston. H. A.'s oat bin begins to loo...

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. — 19 June 1902

LOCAL ROUJN1MJP. "fo&fc: Come to Williston the 4th of July. Lion Hats at Brbegger's. The infant child of George Hodgson is reported as being quite sick. Nathan Bellinger was elected member of the board of education of Williston at the election last Tuesday. W. H. Smith is laying the rock for the cellar and basement of Mrs. LeDos quet's new residence on Second street. Wood and iron harrows* two or three sections. Prices right. mayl5 MOORE & Dow. Will s. Graham was over from Schafer yesterday, and mad^ filing on a home stead. He has been rather slow about it, but better late than neyer. Paul Schierbeck has bought the Star Meat Market from Hedderich Bros., and will run the business on bis own hook. A charge in the adv. will appear next week. The report comes down from Eight Mile that County Auditor E. M. Atter berry was elected treasurer of that school district. A good man in the right place. Call and see us if you want to buy salt. We baye just received a carload, and will sel...

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. — 19 June 1902

OFFICE SEEKING, went a-ofllce seekin'. had'allers thought till then That I was one o* these general average sort of men. But ray friends they took the matter up, They showed me as a prixe, felt jes', like an angel that had wandered from the skies. An' then the other fellers got to work an I turned pale, Expectin' any minute to be carried off to jail. never broke the law, nor captured ho dis honest pelf. But jes' the same, they made me right sus plcious of myself. I never was no dandy but on lookin' in the glass Jes* after Mandy cut my hair, I kind o* thought I'd pass But when my managers got out my cam paign pictures—well, Tou couldn't tell the difference 'tween me and Beau Brum-mell. But when the opposition took a-hold they rcaderme look Like some fierce combination of a hay seed an' a crook. One day I'm so conceited that my manners is a frost. An' the next day I'm as humble as a yaller dog that's lost. —Washlngton Star. Where the Nan with the Hoe Won By EDWARD B. CUARK' J'T doesn'...

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. — 19 June 1902

1 0 8 GOOD FARM BUILDING. (low to Construct a Convenient Corn Crib and Granary at a Very Moderate Exvcnte. In the illustration, Figure 1, is shown the elevation of corn crib and granary which is very convenient on any farm •wher§ much wheat, corn, oats or bar ley is grown, and as every farmer soon finds out that it is not practicable to store grain in the barn along with hay and other roughage, owing to the de struction from mice and rats and danger from loss by fire, such an out building is found almost indispensable on every farm of 40 or more acres. The plan covers 20x30 feet, with posts 10 feet in height. The corn crib part is CORN CRIB AND GRANARY. 14x26 feet and is divided into a drive way 9 feet wide and a corn crib 5 feet wide. The crib posts next to the driveway are flared iys feet from bottom to top and the crib will hold betwen 600 and 700 bushels of ear corn. The driveway when not in use for storing corn may "be utilized for the storing of wagons or carriages, and with p...

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. — 19 June 1902

•fcwv' 'Am \f -n l( 8. M. CALDERWOOD, C. E, V. 8. Commissioner. FILINGS, PROOFS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, The Store that saves you Money. Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Crockery, Boots and Shoes. Headquarters for HARDWARE, Farm Machinery Imple ments,Cultivators,Har- rows, Plows, Wagons and Buggies. Also Salt, Lime and Cement. Rough Rider Saddles and Boots made especially for our trade. We would be pleased to have you get our prices on goods that we liave to sell and believe tbat we can save you money. All of our goods are strictly new and up to-date. We bought tliem at low prices and will give you the benefit. STROUD BROS., Williston, North Dakota. Williston Land Co. PLATS, ABSTRACTS. O. A. RUPLE, ». B. CALDEBWOOD. SETTLERS LOCATED, 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 Stewart's Building, Main Street. SHIP "STOT^nE5 ...DEER HEADS... OR OT1USB TROPHIES TO WILLISTON'S IP \OU WISH THEM MOUNTED ALL WORK GUAR...

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. — 26 June 1902

*S l3f. W^~l: .. •. *r rw 5 ViiUiyiB MnriEAPO^iii DETECTITB SlJBMtfsjWITIIOlJT -if" "Carver, MlnnV-Jftne.25.'*?-Chrts T5o» ffceck, the nwclwwanted' 'u Minneapolis *3gir (detective whose sadden flight while M« .- mat was in progress on-the charge Of ?"-^accepting a bribe caused'his bondameh £*\ta offer a reward of jl.000 .for hlsre j* capture, was arrested here at 4:30 yes terday afternoon. Minneapolis officer# we on the .ground and -will return the fugitive .to sihje ,£cene of ...his .alleged 'Crime*. S"^2 STRGGIE ^-v mas Finait *v .=.-- .. WHtLB OS TRIAL CAV8ED A WHOSE J8CDDEN KENS ATI OX. ||G? FT ALMOST HELPLESS CONDITION «*ONG DEBAUCHERY AND RAVAGES A^ DISEASE ,HAVE LEFJl(j,.. VHEIB^HAIUC. •'t~yx-rS •J "^v-N^-'-Vv JA'~. NorbecK*p capture ~#as accompanied by "Marshal Xouii^Goetz and J. M. Art* without -a""struggle-*r. sensational Jn *iijentt' jtbijg debauchery,' the":r|ivages xSt .dfseatfc, ~anil' fhfe -.coftstarit "tear fit r' discovery'had l#t "the 'fugitive In -A condition tfci...

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. — 26 June 1902

Jte&< li ~"'IW ,ll#plliM ®\. *, 'f: IjJaVi lv" li S vm| •'••"V^.. ':liP .•* hi-ec&gv- f-fctj Stl IPPjfPgfB Br COPELAKD & OVKBSON. WILLISTON. T" N. DAK. "Pa" and Polly Moberly By 8V8AN HUBBARD MARTIN THE girls were having a good time in the sitting-room. It was well warmed and lighted, and there was a sound of laughter and the hum of merry voices. Some one was tuning a mandolin to the piano, and there was a fluttering of music leaves. Company had come in, as usual, to spend the evening. The Moberly girls, that is, the three older ones, all had light hair, blue eyes, ai^l lively, vivacious manners fhi^ proved very attractive to the ^Oiipg pttjrie^th^i^vftajgk "pit" Moberly nobody Knew much about. He sat out in the kitchen most of the time. It was a dingy little room, and often in the evening he had no light only the dull glow of the stove and the red sparks of his old-fashioned pipe. Pa Mobei'ly was a little, timid, shrinking man. He had faded blue eyes, bent shoulders ...

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. — 26 June 1902

I -, \l IK- 4 .-1 Improvident Men the Cki Charity Cue* 1b Chtcagc t«tlons _for the I'oo, Fifty per cent, of the wot children in Chicago who are to a state where they are foi seek public charity owe their tion to deserting husbands anc thers. This is the opinion of met women engaged in charitable wor. the city, reports the Chicago Tribu They have found that desertion is prime cause of poverty. In numbei its victims exceed those forced inti straitened circumstances through any other cause. Deserting husbands—the ones who bring distress and want upon their families—may be placed in two classes, those who desert periodically when ever home affairs become the least bit perplexing and those who desert once and for all time. Strange as it may seem, those in the latter class are less harmful.. It is the experience of charity work ers that a woman who happens to be possessed of a good-for-nothing hus band is better off and gets along more satisfactorily after the man has left her. (She will ...

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. — 26 June 1902

.r 14Jtr 7^' 'V S51 v' B. H. COPELAND mmrn ILLISTON^GRAPHIC The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office a* WlUiaton. N. D.. as second class mail matter. Official Paper of WiUiams County. PTLBLISHKD KVKKY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. ILAND, WILLARD B. EWTOM. OVERSOW, I Williston, N. D-, iune 26, 1902. Stops tl»c Cougn and work» off the Cold, Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Core no Pay. Price 25 cento. _____________ Herman Nelson was a visitor over. Sunday in our city, from Hofflund. Waldo Leonhardy was a visitor at Nesson two or three day* the past week. Mrs. Anton Jevnaser is vieiitin* her sister-in-law, J. B. Rosencrans, at Tioga this week. George Newton Jr. made a trip to Minot the past week returning to this city Sunday morning. FOR SALE—Pure bred Belgian hares For information and prices inquire of QUORGE H. MCKAY, Nesson, N. D. Mrs. George Hutchinson and daughter of .Hoflfund were calling on Williston friends and transacting business in this city Saturday...

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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. — 26 June 1902

2*1 I /.'-:• Mmm [•mm LOCAL ROUND-til*. Get your "Derby" at Brueftger's. Fourth of July Celebration at Willis* ton. WALL PAPER 3 cents per roll. Bor ders, same price, at WOODLEY'S. County Commissioner E. O. Wescott was a visitor in this city from Nesson Monday.' Sewing and Dressmaking, by MRS. PEST, near Congregational church. 2t* Gust. J. Bjorklund and wie, and Mrs. Bjorkhind's sister, Miss Lena Thor sen, are in this city visiting friends. The Monitor Wind Mills are the best. MOOBB & Dow. .Doc. Belyea last week bought of Guy Martin of Buford, Guy's favorite horse "Dude." Doc. naturally feels proud of him. Billy Langford has been out to his claim 25 miles north of the city, and spent a week or so in drilling for future agricultural pursuits. Why roast or stew yourself trying to roast or stew meats these hot summer days when the City Meat Market has for sale all kinds of cooked meats, fish and sausages? Fred W. Smith, who was married this city last week, left Monday even ing with...

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. — 26 June 1902

t? He Got a Bear After All V» Adventures of Young Hunter in the Knob Country. lip -THE young chap hadn't been A *left in 'em. 'Be you lookin' for bear?' says we. "'That's what I'm out to git,' says he. 'I'm glad I don't care to git more than one, though,' says he, 'for I'd be disappointed. It don't seem to me there was room in these woods for more than one,' says he. 'But one is all I want,' says he. "Now, I knowed my ownself where four old dodwollopers was layin' low, an' Sile had a couple marked down some're else an' Pete an' Rube an' Eli all on 'em knowed where they could go an' lay their hands on half a dozen more. But this young chap was so fresh an' knowin' an' ridie'lous stuck up about it that we calc'lated to let him flicker an' see how he'd come out. "He strutted an' bragged around 'most a couple o' days 'fore he got ready to go out an' git the bear he was after, an' he hadn't been gone long 'fore Sile he sauntered out with his gun an' his dog, Tige. Sile has got big teeth ...

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. — 26 June 1902

HJILDING THE MONITOR. rInteresting: Account of the Stiirlaf Kvent and an Attendant Incident. There is the man who was bonds u.an for the construction of the Monitor." This remark is often made at the capitol as Representative Sperry, of ""onnecticut, is pointed put. It was 40 years ago that Mr. Sperry signed his name to the instrument xhat pledged every dollar he had In the world on the success of an experi ment—that the United States navy department was not willing to back, which a great many people thought was a foolish one, but the success of which marked the turning point in the naval fights of the war. Mr. Sperry never speaks of his connection \tfth the affair. He is very modest upon that score, and it is only with difficulty that he can be drawn into discussing it. He got re sults—and that's all there was ta.it, says the Washington Star. But Mr. Sperry's story of the bond ing of the constructors of the Moni tor, the fiscal act which was ante cedent to the great military drama,...

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. — 26 June 1902

1 •'-, •••:.-y'i--r.:''- 7.' :¥*#$! §|i*| A kH& w% V"' my 'k&' -tfilxr A B. I. CALMRWOOD, ^11S. Commissioner. FILINGS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, PLATS, ABSTRACTS. ...DEER O. A. lilJPLE, IP \ou ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ?r STROUD IBROS. The Store that SifSt you Money. Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries? if Crockery, Boots and Shoes* Headquarters for HARDWARE Farm Machinery Jfc Imple ments, Cultivators, Har rows, Plows, Wagons and Buggies. Also Salt, Lime and Cement. Rough Rider Saddles and Boots made especially for our trade. We would be pleased to have you get our prices on goods that we have to sell and believe that we can saye yon money. AU of our goods are strictly newand up vto-date. We bought them at low prices and will give you the benefit. STROUD Williston, North Dakota. C. I. EOOTHROYD. B. CALDBRWOOD. Williston Land Co. SETTLERS LOCATED, 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, Ma...

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. — 3 July 1902

vvW V'vt+ W -.-y. '„.Vi ::.r 7 !i thv M'' r«7 *T «'i i_*" .* .ltMi J. ^^.' .» .« •'. ...» VOL. 8. NO. l.mc '!?.'' AiM*# 3? sT CMP SCAREIS ON HAIRS OACSB Ol IN THE OB4IH ,' BELT. ACRES DflllGfD BABVB9T9 THREATENED •Ail' A DOZEN WINTER I.: WHEAT STATES. -ifc* "y SMUTS THROWN INTO TANK DAT, OATS AND OOR1V fOBCBB 4JPBT NEWS PROM-OB AM BELT. .. CMoacot July 2.—Great alarm Rtiti Ml over "the wheat, corn and oats re gion on account of the never-ending ^fcalna -For forty-eight hours rains -have Htoen heavy and have put millions of tores under water. Early harvests are threatened In a half dosen big winter wheat states. ,. Over the big corn states all low lands lire under water and the crop threat ened. Already overrank oat fields -are Marly rulnel by the rain storms. "Letters and messages from the whole •rain region express great fear of the results. If the country does not get clear, warm days at once. These are Mot In sight. The forecast is for more rain. Intense excitement marked the ope...

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. — 3 July 1902

&if "V, ®a^ ''V „-,, *1^ I -K vVf /f S.v f* & r— r, k' ft f&c3fiUjSt0#<8t»pliit ", fV^By COxELAND & OVEKSON. WILLISTQN, N. DAK. f*T 5f® VIOLETS. Eprlng'» tiny heralds, shy and sweet, With'half-shut eye® of dusky blue, I, loitering here with iale feet,. Must needs stoop low and gather you For where wet mouses- cling and creep, And sunbeams never copse to stay. Awaking from a winter's sleep, You give your perfume to the day. •fiv Rough winds, that fret the silver ril!», Caress you gently as they pass jTo shake the nodding daffodils And laugh amid the growing grass. They find the daisy on the lea, The primrose in the sunny glade You can only grow where few can see Your grace and beauty—in the shade. And while my heart your fragrance hives Such subtle essence, rich and rare— I can butf-learn that lowly lives1 May sometimes be supremely fair. Spring's tiny herald's, "shy and siweet, .\ With half-shut eyes of dusky blue,^ I, loitering here with Idle feet, 'i Am glad to ...

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. — 3 July 1902

PHI & "^xs *'f I?1"- Vl VETERANS LIKE HIM. Are Pleased with President for Hon oring Gen. Bragg. Vamoai In History Commander of the "Iron Brigade"—Fear lea* la Bat tie, and Alvrayi Active ....,"*"' in Politic®. Seventy-five years have silvered the hair and beard of Gen. Edward S. Bragg, of Wisconsin, who has just been appointed by President Roosevelt as consul general at Havana. Almost diminutive in stature, the veteran is still in the possession of great mental vigor. His eye is yet clear and pierc ing, his conversation entertaining, his wit keen, his sarcasm as incisive as in the days when he was a leading figure in the political contentions that early gave him a national as well as a local fame. He was ever a controversialist, and nothing delighted him more than to be in the heat of every political fight, state and national. He made a host of enemies during his long career, but his friends quote his own words, uttered in the convention that nom1 inated Mr. Cleveland the second...

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. — 3 July 1902

ti V, ,Q t»J5 I feT""5*- &A- 44s (WIIiLISTON GRAPHIC i-rfr «,* *fce OxArHio la entered at tbe Tost Office ^jfDUatte. M.D.,MieeoBd clftu m*tl matter. V*. Official Paper of Williams County. ytJBLISHBD EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. E. H. OOPELAND* I Lyggggg==g. Jtod., gop^m return 7th. Deputy Sheriff Jim visitor in this city fi Monday. C. W. Si 'nriting with Jim for td to Williston with him •A if «S. di" it fy% \y p'l''' ?. EDITORS. WILLABD B. OVERSON. .. Williston, N. D., July 3, 1902. ••. mopt j^^cdwarift' and worls* offthe Gold. •v• v£jUx«tive Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a in one d«y» No Cure no Pay. Price cento. iff-':l John Mercer, Jr., of Buford waea visi- U* this dty yesterday. _• .7: 1%. T. W. Monat of the Booth Bide' was in ttseity purchasing sapplies yesterday. Mr. D. P. Landis of Painted Woods i^vas a viutor in this city on business fwterday. ^.. Geo. Hatchinion, Ben Larson and Ang. Matterson were victors from I Boffland yesterday. Townsend Brothers of the- south sid...

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. — 3 July 1902

$»* A rt* .,:1 5? iffiS JS^-V -i-. ... .*!%&+:•<?: '-'"if':"#j 4^, BRUEGGER MER CO., PR0PR5, LOCAL ROUND-UP. VOLUME EIGHT. With this issue the Williston Gra phic we commence the publication of oar eighth volume. The Graphic was established seven years ago, when Wil liston contained a population of only aboat three hundred people. The out look at that time was not the most en couraging in a financial point of view, as the advertising patronage was a matter of only a few dollars^ bat we had shyed oar -castor into the arena, and stayed With4t through all the adversities inci dent to newspaper life in a new coun try! by strict attention to business Mid fair dealings with the, people, have succeeded in placing the Williston Gra phic in the front ranks of North Dakota, newspapers. To those of our friends Who have stayed by the Graphic from Ita infancy we are especially grateful, and we heartily return our thanks to the public generally for the very liberal rapport we have' received...

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. — 3 July 1902

I' •ilS Iffi1 IV /r X 'I' v? nv •tV |i^ i,« :-:V\ NUMBER* THIRTEEN ,y®f Hon. Mary Cavendish "E in VERYTHIJfG is selling wonder fully well," remarked Lady Al lenbury, gazing around her stall com placently. "Except that terrible, dreadful tea-cosy." She waved a much-jeweled hand at the offending article, and the girl nearest to her laughed lightly. "It's truly awful, Aunt Janet," she replied, feelingly. And it was. On a ground-work of khaki satin was embroidered a resplendant union-jack, underneath was a group, chiefly in scarlet, of "Soldiers of the King." At least so ran the legend underneath the odd little figures. Otherwise they might have been confused with the inhabi* tants of some antediluvian ark. Lady Allenbury gave a little de spairing sigh. "The duchess worked it herself," •he said, turning to her niece beside her. "And none "will buy it, and she'll be so hurt. What shall we do with it, Dorothy?" "I should raffle it," replied the girl, rather indifferently. She did not seex...

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. — 3 July 1902

'/4r I A DEADLIEST WAR ENGINE. Ernnori About a Wireless, Crewl«n nd Eiaily Dirigible Submarine Infernal Machine. 'A rumor is current that the British government is on the eve of com pleting the purchase of a submarine topedo boat which -will prove the deadliest engine of *,ar ever invent ed. There are several types of sub marine boats familiar to naval con struction. We. have the craft de signed to be navigated by the agency of a crew, the Whitehead automobile torpedo, which contains no human crew*, but is fitted up with a mechan ical contrivance for motive and steer ing power, and other mechanically controlled automobile destroyers of the Brennan and Sims-Edison pat terns. Some of these craft, once started, are no longer under the influence of the person who discharges them, and are lost. Others, steered by wires, can be recovered with ease, and will do the work of a submergible boat. But the dangers of a wire-steered torpedo are many. It has only a lim ited field of operation, and...

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