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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 7 August 1902

fi STROUD The Store that saves B. CALDERWOOD, C. E. BOOTflROYD. V. S. Commissioner. CONTESTS, O. A. KUPLE, DRAY All If you 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 liave you get our prices on goods that we have to sell and believe that we can save you money. All of our goods are strictly new and up to-date. We bought them at low prices and will give you the benefit. STROUD BROS., Williston, North Dakota. Williston Land Co. FILINGS, SETTLERS LOCATED, PROOFS, MONEY LOANED, PLATS, ABSTRACTS. Wloiiey. M. B. CALDERWOOD. MONEY LOANED, LANDS FOR SALE, HOUSES TO RENT. If you have a Farm or City Property for Bent or Sale call and see us. OfficeZin Stewart's Building, Main Street. HIIIHHMI" HH««imiim»HH»iiHmmtmii?HtMtmtwwffltt SZEIIIE5 "Z"0"CHEe ...DEER HEADS......

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. — 14 August 1902

535? '. :°S 1 3gp$rx Sf -r*»wi *.*** K&s?f*r 6f W\ 1 1 la ijlW,, UP tv* os" w. it iS***.® ,V ."• Mi\ *t*V *7 m-A ifm F®/-' mm-. ''." i^fV.." P-: m *u && ?k rt'-tfr #•-*$ |f? I A fi*r *V ,i§gt^ VOL. 8. NO. 7. :, FIRE FIEND'S WORK CWWS ANGRY MUTTERINGS IT IfflOBSURT TO REMOVE) prisoner foh Mrs* KSEPINa by the operations of a pyromaniac. the torch was applied to Ave buildings luring the day, but the less will not Med 915,000. The police arrested Edward Flanna faa, twenty years old and charged him With being the Incendiary. Shortly af ter his arrest the mutterlngs of the crowd made it necessary as a precau tionary measure to remove the prisoner to the county jail for safe keeping. ISInce |hen Flannagan has refused to •ay a word. The first fire was started In the store house, of the Val Blatz Brewing com pany at the foot of Harrison street. It Was extinguished before serious dam age had been done. Fire was next been in Dooley Bros.' coal sheds, but the damage there was nomina...

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. — 14 August 1902

5ft. 4 *V* r*tS jfefv" I l#f i- I? I ®ie3l«tott#rai!m Pp By Co^BLAND •V'pK Sc OVEBSON. WILLISTON, N. DAK MY BABY TO-NIGHT. Ai I sit by his cot, holding fast the toft And the bright eyes are closed till the dawn, am thinking how sweetly from sweet "Babyland" My darling is hastening on. But whatever the future, whether gloomy or bright, M. He is all mine Just now he's my baby to- night. tea* 'Cr ii Some day he will go out Into the world, sfv. And mix in Its toil and its strife, And "mother" will be, though still loved CJ and dear, But one of the parts of his life. But now, all the day, I'm his joy and his "ght 4 ii Yes, sovereign am I! He my baby to night. And some time, ah! some time another will come, Of all the most fair and most dear, And as she fills up his heart and his home. Poor mother will seem far less near. wish him that day, of all days the most bright But that sweetheart's not here—he my baby to-night! And then the grava man, battling bravely the wrong. And staunch for hi...

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. — 14 August 1902

A" /J .* ^psggtss^ -^PK^J^Vv GIVER OF MILLIONS. So Modest That His Fame Has "7 Never Gone Abroad. William Deerlns'i Beneficence Hu Been Gxtenalre and Soon He May Give Another Million to Korth weitern University. Reports that William Deering, the well-known harvester manufacturer of Chicago, has in contemplation a gift of $1,000,000 to Northwestern uni versity, bring to light the fact that while this philanthropist has continu ously for 20 years given thousands of dollars to educational institutions, churches and charities his beneficence practically has been kept a secret. While he can hardly be placed be side Rockefeller in the total sums he has given, it is known that he has given away fortunes. Small, struggling col leges or churches, particularly of the Methodist denomination, for Mr. Peer ing always has been a warm supporter of the Methodist church and its institu tions, have been helped by him when confronted with debts or mortgages without the fact being flashed over the wire...

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. — 14 August 1902

given at C$?« fe 'Sr «£«Vt 'P J- I k. SsR-'^L jr| James M&loney of Wbeelock was in the city transacting baeineaa Saturday. Refreshments for the dance on Friday Bight of next week will be served by Km. M. Webster, next to Graphic. Joseph Linder, formerly a resident of Williaton, but now of Malta. Mont., was visiting old friends in this city a few days this week. Carl Hecdricksen of the firm of Hen* dricksen & Olson, of Grafton, was in the City test week, having visited his stock ouieh soutbof the Missouri riyer. Gander JohnBon, who has been fore W of the Hendricksen A Olson cattle ranch on the south side, leaves this evening for a visit to his old home at Giiifton. William Barstad, Nels J. Kamp and Gtut... Bjorkluud 'of Hoffluud were in WiUiaton Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Barstad made final proof Qn his land on 8atiur4ay... J, 8. Flagel, of the Seep River conn try in McHenry county, was a visitor in Williston last Saturday. Mr. Flagel was hpre visiting his .son, Lee Flagel,, wh...

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. — 14 August 1902

W I I S O N •PERA MOUSE BRUFnCER MFR CO PROPRS LOCAL ROUND-UP. FOUND—A water-proof cape. Call at the Graphic office. The Bruegg6r Mercantile Co. are now burning another kiln of brick. Archie Beaton and wife left last even ing for a month's pleasure trip to the Pacific coast. FOR SALE OR RENT.—Good houses for sale or rent oh easy terms. Inquire at the First National Bank. Herman Rutten of Devils Lake, sheriff of Ramsey county, was a visitor in Wil liBton yesterday. If you want pure, cl6an ice for sum uer use, call on John Heffernan and make your contracts now. marSOtf John Howard and Chas. M. Hanson, two of the prosperous merchants from the thriving little town of Ray, were in our city yesterday. Call and see us if you want to buy salt. We have just received a carload, and will sell it to you at reasonable prices. STROUD BROS. H. H. LaDue never tires in well-doing. "Pap" is the proud and happy lather of a bran new son, of regulation weight, but less than a day old. Mother and son are...

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. — 14 August 1902

86 KIND YOURSELF. Would yon have the world be kind? Then be kind yourself! Hide not grlfts of heart or mind On the future's shelf— Give what you can spare, and more. From today's* most precious store. Would you meet with truth? Then truth must proffer first. hath need of grace and ruth, ut, through best and worst, th'si gold passes, clear and straight And is always worth its weight! Would you honor gain? Be(siwlft To give honor due The deserving to uplift/' Crown the crowned anew With laurels they have won In whatever work, well done. Would you be beloved? Then love! And be sure of this Whatso'er life's gifts niay provs, All that was, or is Grand, or dear, or fair, Is less Than Love's matchless loveliness! —Madeline Bridges, In Youth's Companion. Won by the Sword By JOHN DICKINSON SHERMAN. (Copyrighted by Dally Story Pub. Co.) J|ARK you, Francis Beauclerc!" JY1 said Sir Charldfe Anthony, join ing me as I sat moodily drinking alone in the White Horse inn, and thrusting close to mine ...

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. — 14 August 1902

Hand EBE is a home which is pleasing attractive in appearance and somewhat unique in arrangement of the kitchen, pantry and dining-room. When one builds a house, it is quite natural that his or her individual tastes and ideas should become mani fest both in the arrangement of rooms and the exterior appearance, and the opportunities for the display of good taste in such matters are al most unlimited. This house is large, Well arranged and picturesque. There A, •V\|\ I Ui are ten available rooms in the house in addition to the bathroom, pantry and closets. As you enter the house you pass through a vestibule into the large reception hall, which is separat ed from the parlor by a sliding door, and from which there i^ an orna mental staircase leading to the sec ond flocr. There is an open fireplace with a landsome mantel in this room. From tl.is room you go to the dining room through an arch and passage, from which is an alcove containing KlKflfiN Reception Art in Domestic Architecture D...

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. — 14 August 1902

&V..!: f, i^uM £-..• L- S?W^' .sgg^'.,.• W^'^ "'".' mi I i" •._• If' ". Mr"' v: 'A/ V:-/ T: lKr IB^ IB- l\ODAAAAACA WVpWW^r^^ ^|j D. 'mt. Wf l^.cv A STROUD BROS. 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 yon get our prices ou goods that we have to sell and believe that we can save you money. All of our goods are strictly new and up to-date. We bought them at low prices and will give you the benefit. STROUD BROS. Williston, North Dakota.1 B. E CAIHBIMI, C. I. BWIHBOH. U. S. Commissioner. PILINGS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, O. A. RUPLE, BELL, -?w» 51 Williston Land Go. PLATS, ABSTRACTS. OfficeZin Stewart's Building, Main Street. niii»iiHiHHi»»nn»»»tt»t»»»n:»»t»}»n»»»»»m»»n»»»n»n»»t»n»Hm S3HEJ Y"OTJI5 ...DEER HEADS... OR. OT...

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. — 21 August 1902

vOL. "r w* America fop Americana. A STRIKER KILLED SERIOUS CLASH BETWEEX STRIK ING MINERS AND OfiVV YIBS. CAUSES GREAT EXCITEMENT COOLER HEADS PREVAIL AND PRE* •BUT MORE SKRIOCS TROUBLE. WARLIKE WASHERY WILL START OWNER NOTIFIES SHERIFF AND DEMANDS PROTECTION FOR WORKMEN. Nesquehonlng, Pa.. Aug. 20. In a clash between striking mineworkers and deputies here last night Patrick Sharp, atrlker of Lansford was shot and killed almost Instantly by a deputy. The shooting caused considerable ex citement for a time but order was soon restored without any other persons be ing Injured and the town Is now quiet. deputy named Harry McElmoyle was artested, charged with the killing of Sharp and was taken to the county Jail at Mauch Chunk. The shooting occurred shortly after •'clock. Five deputies were on their way to Shaft No. 1 of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation company, Just outside of the town. In the center of the town they were met by a number of strikers who began persuading them not to go to ...

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. — 21 August 1902

B* COi*ELA.ND & OVEBSOH. WILLISTON. p?: Etteams N. DAK THE PRISONER. Woe to the man who, fettered, far away, Shall hear these voices and may rot obey Hear the pines whisper and the clear say: "Come back to ua, on the free mountain side Where thy heart Is, there let thy feet abide." Never may he, a slave to duty, reap A pure content who hears, in waking sleep, The ruffed grouse drumming in the shad ows deep The leap of trout and hearing may not go Back to the hills that have bewitched him BO. Never may he, though lover true and tried, Be sure of perfect peace beside his bride Who catches in his love's eyes, opened wide. The tint of some well-loved, remembered pool That lies deep-hidden in the forest cool. Woe to the man, who walled all about. May hear these voices calling from with out Hear the pines singing and the torrents shout: "Come back to us, on the wild mountain side Where thy heart Is, there let thy feet abide." —The Century. A NATURAL-BORN KICKER THE man who alleges tha...

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. — 21 August 1902

FLAG OF PRESIDENT. Radical Changes Have Been Made in Its Appearance. Rarely-Seen Ensign Has Been In Ex istence Ever Since There Has Been a Nation—The Colors Altered, The emblem known as "the presi dent's flag," which has been used on rare occasions for many years, will hereafter appear with a changed de sign. The new flag is now being made at the navy department. The design of the present flag, which has been so long in use, is simply the coat of arms of the United States on a blue field. Aside from the pew ar rangement of the colors in thecoat of arms, which will appear in the presi dent's flag now in process oij manu facture, the principal change fs in the arrangement of the 13 stars above the eagle's head. It is proposed to have a sunburst exactly circular in form above the head of the eagle, with the rays ra diating from the group of stars. The new design consists otherwise of a pure, white eagle, its feathers heavily outlined with black, the constellation in white, with the ray...

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. — 21 August 1902

JJTKBY.,' ~$s 1 iSSIisS "K§ Sheriff County AuditoK. ittntjr Treasurer.. :. .J •rk of District Courts... aty Jm aQia «ai iii. ?KT« County Mi^m^ v^u_ .Atterberry. pule Schierl ia Fiei of l)eeds, H.1JL Field. irpner 1. .G.. M. Thomas. apt. of Schools. '.. .F. J. Waidron. mntjr Sorvep6t: .Y........j C.Field. •te's Attorney.. ". Wizard B. Qverson. BOARD OV, qQPKTY OOMMI8BIONKB8. jrt District....— .......... ....W. D. Pawhall. S District........ ..../..,. .&>., F. Kowell, Jr.. $1 District.............R O. Westeott, Chairman. •t" Directory of Town of Wl Historic C. Baldwin,. President.^ J. H. Belyea^Trustee. K. A. Sharp,. Trustee.. A. L. Butler, Clerks W. H. Denny, Treasurer. 8. J. Mackersie, Assessor. E. Leonhardy, Justice of the Peaeei John Pagan, Marshah School Board, Special School Dis trict of Williston. Emil ^oahardK President.. Cbas. Baldwin. M. G.MarkelL. John Heffernan. Nathan Bellinger B. H. Copeiand.Clefk. W..H.Denny, Trees. GHURgft DIRECTORY. i[inningSunday OTICE TO CATH...

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. — 21 August 1902

3«^. Wl LLISTO N -rf •PERA MDUSE .,-50RUEGGER MER CO., FROPR5 LOCAL ROUND-UP. Dance to-morrow (Friday) night. W. S. Graham and wife of Schafer are doing trading in the city today. A. A. Austill shot a 2^-Ib^rtfo cat in the woods near YVillisto^^lfis moruing. A series of receptions and parties are reported to be on the program for next week. Geo. Nohle shipped two carloads of beef cattle to Cliicago^this morning, and O. D. Freeland shipped three carloads, from Avoca. The Congregational Sunday school is giving a picnic today at Wilson's grove. The indications are that a large crowd is in attendance. Mrs. Hodgson came down from Spo kane, WaBh., last week and intends making her future home in this city with her son George. Henry Isiley of Cartwright, one of the industrious and well-to-do citizens of the couth side, was a business visitor in Wil liston last Monday. Sam Jacobs of St. Louis is a guest at the Great Northern Hotel. Mr. Jacobs is interesting our citizens on a new en cyclopedi...

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. — 21 August 1902

The Squire's Fish Story "N OW," said the man from the Knob country, "if there was one thing the squire bragged on more than another, it was that he dealt out justice right from the shoulder, and jest made percedents as he wanted 'em. So 1 thought maybe the squire had been dealin' out a little jestice to Eli's Sam, and as like as not makin' a new per cedent, and that Eli's Sam had thunk up a yarn about the squire, and was peddlin' it for spite. When he come in and sort o' begun to interdoce it to me, I was all took back, and I says: 'Sam,' I says, 'you don't mean to say so!' "I had a pitcher o' cider on the table, pretty nigh the last o' the bar'l, but it had wintered well and was parti'lar nice and snappy, and Eli's Sam had come in and looked so pleadin' to'rd the pitcher that I told him to soothe himself with a little of what was in it, and he did. "Then he says to me that he s'posed I'd heerd about the squire. M'The squire?'I says. "Eli's Sam says to me: 'Yes, the squire.' "I says...

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. — 21 August 1902

'|i 1 tl THE FOWER OF SPEECH. Prof. Cunningham. Describes It utbe Result ot Slow Process of Natural Growth. Speech is the result of a slow process of natural growth, and there is no human race that does not possess* it. If in the present state of the-world some philosopher were to wonder how man ever began to build those houses, palaces and vessels which we see around us we should answer that those were not the things that man began with. The savage who first tied the branches of shrubs to make himself a shelter was not an architect and he who first floated on the trunk of a tree was not a navigator. So it is with speech, which grew from rude beginnings. All the more intelligent animals can express simple conditions of mind both by sound and gesture. The dog can emit four or five sounds each fully understood by his compan ions. The common barnyard fowl has from nine to twelve distinct vf*al sounds, all of which are comprehended by its chickens and by other fowls. There can be no dou...

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. — 21 August 1902

1$ fe." Pt 1,1 •ii ill 5 is w-y• fr, |?*V iF 1L& Iw CONTESTS, STROUD BROS The Store that saves you Money. Diy 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 that we can save you money. All of our goods are strictly new and up to-date. We bought them at low prices and will give you the benefit. STROUD BROS. Williston, North Dakota.1 1L CALB1BV00I, C. 1. BOOTIMD. V. B. CouiuioMr. Williston Land Go. FILINGS, SETTLERS LOCATED, PROOFS, MONEY LOANED, PLATS, ABSTRACTS. O. A. RUPLE, X. B. CALDEBWOOl. 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'm Stewart's Building, Main Street. SHIP TOUE ...DEER HEADS... OR O...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 28 August 1902

"V*. .^¥•2. ftte: :Sf •F* -fc .•', VOL. 8. NO. 9- HELD FOR RANSOM FIMMUV-YBAlUOLD SIM. IN IBTM COl'm DISAI» PBARS. LOOKS LIKE CASE Or ABDUCTION ACTED FATHER TBIHKS SHE BBKXO UBLD FOR A RANSOM. GIVE ANYTHING FOR HER RETURN svsriciovs ACTIONS OF STRANGERS COXFIRJCS THE ABDUCTION THEOHT. Minneapolis, Aug. 27 Henry Zim merman of. Brooklyn Center, Henne pin county, yesterday reported to the Minneapolis police that his daughter Llaile, aged fifteen, had mysteriously disappeared. Mr. Zimmerman was away from borne several days week before last, and when he returned on Tuesday, Aug. 12, he found his daugh ter missing. During the absence of her father Miss Zimmerman, an only child, was left alone in the house, her mother be ing dead. The father, who Is a wealthy farmer, was strongly inclined to the belief that she had been abducted by persons who expected to gain a reward for her restoration. Xt has been learned that several strangers were seen in the neighbor hood of Mr. Zimmerman's home dur...

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. — 28 August 1902

-4^ i'p'-r •\&i mr,,^:: 0'^- A* f5 ^7 fi j.V vpCV' .£? Br CWELAND «fc OVEUSOH. N. DAK WILLISTON. A SECOND LOVE By MARY LEVEREAU. ll|JOW 1 l' dull you are," said Molly. yk» "Say lazy," said Jack, as he took the pipe from his mouth with a smile that proved his words. It was a lovely morning—clear and fresh, the sun just strong enough to give a comfortable sense of warmth, The birds chirped merrily, the bees '•/.'( droned, and the boat floated smoothly along with the tide. Jack with his pipe, the scenery, and the prettiest •J picture of all to watch at the other end of the boat, was peacefully con tent, especially with the pleasant re flection of being idle while other men were busy. But Molly pouted. "To think," she said, "that I have given up a tennis tournament with Mr. Staines for this." "Perhaps the day was rather too warm for tennis," drawled Jack. "Or no doubt you preferred the calm peacefulness of the river and my so ciety even to a tete-a-tete with the ten nis champion. He...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 28 August 1902

GOOD WORK COUNTS. New System of Promotions for the Pension Bateau. Commissioner Ware Announces That Merit Alone Is to lie Considered in the Selection of Alen for Position*. Pension Commissioner Eugene F. Ware has adopted a system of pro motions for his bureau which he in tends to make a permanent feature. The system is explained in the fol lowing letter of instructions to a spe cial committee on promotions: "I want you to pick out the best men you can find in the bureau for each place, three fj*om which I can select. I want to promote for merit. I want to establish an incentive. Therefore you will not overlook the quiet man who attends to his duty. Do not forget the man- who has no statesman interceding for him. lie member the old soldier and prefer him when his merits and capability are equal. Give no precedence to po litical pull, and do not let religion or nativity cut any figure. When merits are equal, and only when equal, take a republican instead of a democrat." In explaining ...

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