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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 28 August 1902

,h I i! I) 1 ly :h a \0~: :'r *v V", mw~ fe\ vi#tr. f,r County Directory. Sheriff.. County Auditor County Treasurer ,..Tl Clerk of District Court. ''-.s County Judge -te-f-il Register of Deeds Register Coroner Snpt. of Schools County Surveyor.... State's Attorney *f\V If, .....James Heffernan. 33, M. Atterberry. .......William Snyder. ..... Louis Scbierbeck. .. ... B. L. Hardaway. H. E. Field. 6. M.Thomas. F.J. Waldron. J. C. Field. ,.. Willard B. Overson. BOABD OF COUNTY COMMI8SIONKBS. 1st District Sd District .. 3d District E. O, W. D. Parshall. ...Geo. F. Bowell, Jr. Westcott, Chairman, Directory of Town of Williston. C. Baldwin, President. J. H. BelyeajTrustee. E. A. Sharp, Trustee. A. L. Butler, Clerk. W. H. Denny, Treasurer. S. J. Mackersie, Assessor. E. Leonhardr. Justice of the Peace. John Fagan, Marshal. School Board, Special 8chool Dla trlct of Williston. Emil Leonhardy. President. Chas. Baldwin. M. Q. Markell. John Heffernan. Nathan Bellinger, R.H.C5pelani, Clerk. W. H. D...

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. — 28 August 1902

BRUEGGER MER.CD LOCAL ROUND-UP. Teacher's examinations to-morrow and Saturday. Douglas Bull expects to leave for St. Paul to-night, where be nobs for medical treatment. Wm. Taylor to-day shipped from the stockyards at Avoca. two carloads of tine beef cattle. Get your hunting license, as the sea son for duck and chickens opens Mon day, September 1st. Town Marshal John Eagan returned home with his wife from Columbia Falls, Mont., last Monday evening. George McKenzie, foreman of the Great Northern storehouse here, is con fined to his bed by an attack of typhoid fever. County School Superintendent F. J. Waldroa returned this morning from a trip through Northern Wisconsin. He visited West Superior, Dululh and other places. The contract for rock for the syndicate block was let to-day, but to no one firm, it was divided up between several par ties, at the price, we understand, of 14.50 per cord. The Great Northern "Flyer" due here laBt eveniug at 0:18 did not arrive until about 7:30 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. — 28 August 1902

DIAMOND AAA A CRIMINAL who has afiy peculiar ity about his person, such as a missing finger, a club foot, or any mark made by his trade, such as the mark on the hand of a barber, where the scissors had constantly pressed against the root of his thumb, should be careful lest these means of identi fication are not the means of his down fall. Most of the cases which hare come under my notice have been cases where the culprit has had some bod ily deficiency which has left its mark on something with which he had come in contact. The experience which I am about to relate embodies this truth, and had not the criminal in the case had the misfortune of losing one half of his—but I am anticipating events. I had just return fronrthe continent, where I had been sent in connection with the duchess of Mentone's stolen jewels, and was prepared to enjoy a rest, when I received a wire from my chief asking me to report at once. Upon arriving at the office he told me that a robbery had been committed ...

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. — 28 August 1902

FIRE PLACE FERNERIES. Hearth Garden* That Preierve a Df lightlnl Temperature and Are Aid to Beauty. Of a number of excellent plans for screening or. decorating a fireplace none is more sensible or ornamental than that of turning it into a sort of fernery. Ferns, ivy, swamp lilies, peri winkles and two or three varieties of oriental iris love to root in cool, dark, mist places, and properly drained and planted, a fireplace garden can be made just as attractive as one in a window. One woman, whose cottage drawing room is provided with a very old-fash ioned square bi*ick fireplace, in which the antique crane still swings, and above which the narow mantel shelf is set very high, resorted to very sim ple measures for beautifying it during the summer. She bought three copper pots, such as the florists hang in their windows full of flowers. These she had filled with earth, and planted with green things that love the shade, and stringing them along the crane, she effectively screened the sm...

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. — 28 August 1902

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 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. R. M. CALDERWOOB, C. E. B00T8R0ID. U. 8. Commissioner. CONTESTS, Williston Land Co. FILINGS, SETTLERS LOCATED, PROOFS, MONEY LOANED, PLATS, PLATS, O ABSTRACTS. D. BELL, M. B. CALMRW0G1. 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. SISXIE3 "5TOTTI3 ...DEER HEADS... OB OTHER TBOPHIES TO A PTTPT TT WILLISTON'S IF l'OtT WISH THEM MOUNT...

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. — 4 September 1902

ft I- I It "l -. jt •••'-. .: -•••, ,.::?! •-.* VOL. 8. NO. 10- fJ|T,'. ... 0.,. .,, .... ...,- TOWN WIPED OUT MONT PELEE'3 LATEST ERUPTION ENTIRELY DESTROYS MORNE ROUGE. TWO HUNDRED LIVES ARC LOST LK CARBET SAID TO HAVE BEEN 8WEPT BY TREMENDOUS TIDAL WAVE. INHABITANTS flEC IN TERROR MANY PERSONS KILLED IN THE NORTHERN DISTRICTS OF THE ISLAND. Castries, St. Lucia, B. W. I., Sept. 8. The British Bteamer Korea arrived here yesterday evening from Fort-de France, Island of Martinique. She reports that an eruption of Mont Pelee occurred at 9 o'clock Saturday Bight and that people who arrived at Fore-de-France from the Northern part el the island reported that the village of Morne Rogue, near the district pre viously devastated, has been entirely destroyed. L® Carbet, a village on the coast, which was destroyed at the time of the great eruption, has been swept by a tidal wave. About 200 persons lost their lives. A sloop from the Island of St. Vin cent which reached here yesterday re ports...

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. — 4 September 1902

89 AWILLISTON. mi\- W*JrV W» '•&- li BY COPLAND & OVERSOW. 7 N. DAK W TEMPLE-BUILDERS. Th« hands that weave the simple home spun thread* That delve within the slender garden bed, That lay the rude foundations deep and strong For homes where life may pass in peace and songr. Obey the secret yearnings of the soul And build a temple to Supreme Control! Near by the mart, upon the open hill. These dreams of faith invite to worship •till, And while the solemn wood and bending sky Show the Creator is forever nigh, The pointed roof and heaven-aspirin* spire Rise with the soul's Inviolable fire. Wherever hope has striven In the dark, Where e'er joy sings, dear joy, life's late lone lark, There rises In the quarried carven stone A tribute to the trust that soothes man's moan And so the temple stands an emblem grand Of lofty thinking and of loving hand. With patience here is wrought that pres cient art Which makes the mind a servant of the heart. And as the heart Is raptured with the 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. — 4 September 1902

HOW MEXICANS LIVE. Peculiar Customs Note* by Visitors from the States. Light Breakfast Taken by Inhabi tant* of Oar Sinter Republic' Food of tbe Working Peo ... p».c la Very Plain. The Mexican breakfast, like that of the French, consists only of bread and coffee. Lunch and dinner, or dinner and supper, as they are call ed, differ but slightly. Dinner is served usually about 2 o'clock. It begins with soup and eggs, and then follow a number of meats, each served as a separate course, with an entire change of service every time. The meats are eaten quite alone, few vegetables being served in ad dition to the salad course, and such as are used for garnishment. The dessert courses at a Mexican table differ even more radically from those served on American tables. Home made pies, cakes and puddings are practically unknown. The Mexican housewife, says Mod ern Alexico, pays comparatively lit tle attention to the kitchen, and rarely cooks anything herself. If pastry is desired, it is purchas...

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. — 4 September 1902

/V" jh ,,.•... Bs': |F Iv itf 'Sfei S"5 "f THBTT WILLISTON GRAJPfllC Telephoqf Npv7)B« Yte CMumo entond at the Port Otto# a* VTUllrtoa. H. D..——eon4oU,|||in^H wi%Wt. Official Piper of William* County. PUBLUHXD XVKBT THTOBDA* AT WILLISTON. N. D. OOPXLANP, KW»W. WILLABD B. OVXKSON. Lingering Summer Colda Don't let a cold run at this season. Summer colds are the hardest kind to •ore and if neglected may linger along for months. A long siege like this will pull down the strongest constitution* One Minute Cough Cure will break up the attack at once, tiafe, sure, acts at once. Cures coughs, colds, croup, bron* eh Kigali throat and lung troubles. The children like K. Brownell 6 McPhee. Hippies from Stony Creek. Most of the oorn is out of danger. September is a pretty cool number so for. Ma your trees grow older you will feel younger. Someone seems to hare "Kopped" •bpriee this week. It laaaid an automabile auttogoslower, we think it auttomohay. Will the city "dads" see to it that ulti mate...

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. — 4 September 1902

I: it' |'fk'.iffiis «, W I I S N DPERA MOUSE BRUEGCFR MFP CO. f*q: R- LOCAL ROUND-UP. Harrah! for water works and electric lightsl The Tande school begins next Mon day with F. J. Waldron as teaciier. Miss Myrtle Mctiilton will teach the Grinnell school the coming term. George E. Littlefleld commenced teaching at the Nesson school Monday. Law, Land Practice and Collections E. F. COX, Sherry Building, Williston. Monday was a busy day for hunters and dogs, being the opening of the duck and chicken season. Jos. Cartier commenced work Tuesday on his contract to do the excavation for the new syndicate block. Don't forget to protect yon reel from prairie fires. Plow and bum fire guards to-day, to-inorrow may be too late. A new freight dipot iOTteing built by the Great Northernyrompany a little north but close joy^he present depot Waldo I*eonhardy expects to leave Williston next week to attend the Uni versity of Wisconsin the coming scliool year. Let everyone who is interested in bav« ins w...

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. — 4 September 1902

THE CATFISH AND TAE CAT O O WHEN the man who alleges that his residence is over to ward Pochuck came this time he seemed laboring under an emotion which he was endeavoring to suppress. "It's news from Pochuck," said he, dropping into his chair and mopping his face on his sleev. "It's news from Pochuck, and it's great. But I wouldn't 'a' believed it. No, sir, I wouldn't believed it." "And I won't!" said Baldy, the land lord, quickly and positively. "But I seen it!" said the alleged Po chuck citizen, reproachfully. Yet doubt stood revealed on the landlord's face plainer than the warts on a crook-neck squash. "You believe there's holler stumps, don't you?" asked the man.' The existence of hollow stumps couldn't be denied, even by Baldy, the landlord. "And as to yaller cats," the man went on. "There ain't no doubt about yaller cats, is there? And j-allercats has kittens, don't they?" said the wan derer from over toward Pochuck. "Not if their name is Tom, they don't," said De Witt Green,...

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. — 4 September 1902

®r?»-»V^V J" !,.«) -j hs-~* I W PITH AND POINT. AgTeed.—Edna—"He's just crary t( marry me!" May—"He must be."— Philadelphia Bulletin. It is one thing to do a good act and it is another to say nothing about it.—Chicago Daily News. The wealth of a man is the number of things that he loves and blesses and that he is loved and blessed by. —Carlyle. What is the use of a few millions if your nerves are on a perpetual strike and your digestion won't work?— Milwaukee Sentinel. "Do you think perfection is eref actually attained in this life?" asked the serious youtli. "Yes," answered Hiss Cayenne "some people become perfect bores."—Washington Star. The Sower.—"But, father," replied the erring son, "you kno\V every young fellow has to sow his wild oats." "Yes," answered the father, "but you ought to know when you have a big enough crop in."—Ohio State Journal. Instructor—"Lord Byron said that Macaulay woke up one morning "and found himself famous. What great character in American literature i...

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. — 4 September 1902

tfr! 1 '^.'S- /,' ,' A fl" ,'|- It ry. $» r* Dry '^v j£y- I! tfl::': nimnnm •7 £!-sK te',: S?V ISS .•• Wl 1» 8BWSWT J* 'A,* 41 ?&•£ $f *-v r\1 STROUD BROS. The Store that saves you Money„ Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Crockery, Boots and Shoes. Headquarters for HARDWARE, Farm Machinery lie 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 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. K. 1 CALDBRWOOD, C. I MW1B0ID. U-..S. ComnhsioMr. CONTESTS, 1 Williston Land Go. FILINGS, SETTLERS LOCATED, PROOFS, MONEY LOANED, PLATS, ABSTRACTS. If you have. a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see us. Office in Stewart's Building, Main Street. SHIP "STOTTIES ...DEER HE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 11 September 1902

.I-i-'r-7 «fl^ &=m. $mK 'i-yS''- TEDDY A FIREMAN PRESIDENT 18 MADE AN HONOR ARY MEMBER AT CHATTA NOOGA, TENPi. AMRESSfS THE MOTHERHOOD •AYS THAT HE BELIEVES EM PHATICALLY IN ORGAN IZED LABOR. ADMIRES THE RAILROAD MEN COMPARES THEM TO SOLDIERS WHO ARE ACCUSTOMED TO TAKING RISKS. Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 10.—Prei Ideut Roosevelt yesterday was elected an honorary member of the Brother hood of Looomotive Firemen. He at tended the executive session In the morning, walking to the Auditorium, eaoorted by Orand Master Sargent, a committee of the Brotherhood and a detachment of Troop B, state guard. Aetlng Orand Master Hannahan wel comed the president, stating that his presence would do great good to or ganised labor. The president returned thanks for the welcome. He said the firemen's brotherhood was the result which nat urally came from the application of the principle of oommon sense to work. In speaking of the appointment sf Orand Master Sargent of the broth erhood to be commissione...

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. — 11 September 1902

frf A lite ^ilUston ®raphu •^wiWftal & QVEIiSON. Br Co WILLISTON* N. DAK [|3 to the Old [ansh Fai*m*£ \g By E. 1^. WOOLiEY. THE tr Cynical Optimist reposed upon the front steps and smoked the pipe of peace. The Little Woman sat enthroned ip ••'•'.'• rattan rocker and valiantly fought mosquitoes. The gleeful shouts of playing chil dren came through the evening air. The drone of a ceaseless and heavy bass voice sounded from a neighboring porch. In the distance a brassy toned phonograph held sway. The Cynical Optimist and the Little Woman were enjoying their after dinner siesta in the fashion of all good Americans on a warm evening. "My!" exclaimed the Little Woman. "Aren't the mosquitoes awful to .night?" The Cynical Optimist swatted his brow with a mighty swat, and gazed reflectively at the flattened remains of a large and juicy specimen. "Fierce," he assented. "Does that 'man ever stop talking?" he added, re ferring to the bass-voiced one afore .v mentioned. "That's Mr. Rosenbau...

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. — 11 September 1902

TOLD ABOUT MACKAT British Death Duty May Be Imposed on His Estate. Blackay Mams-oleum at Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Is a Prince* ly Tomb—Millionaire W'ai Good Fighter. Estimates published in London put the late John W. Mackay's fortune at $40,000,000 to $70,000,000, and in legal circles it is considered a nice point whether the British government is not entitled to claim a death duty oi five per cent, on what Mrs. Mackay inher its under her husband's will, as, though not naturalized, she is domiciled in England. Then a death duty will have to be paid on all the testator's invest ments in English securities, so the 'ihancellor of the exchequer calculates making a handsome haul out of his estate, as Mackay's English invest ments are said to be nearly $10,000, 000. His friends declare that four years ago, foreseeing a prospect of his es tate being mulcted by the English treasury, owing to his wife being domi .ciled there, he asigned to her the greater part of the fortune he intend e...

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. — 11 September 1902

vfe'" rfe- "#S: .•br~v r-iiv. V.*' ,1 •x -A iV "A'.' 'V 'vi- v.- li' :ur -f if I JIMLLISTON* (aiAPHIC Telephone No.. 7%. The Qftiraic la entered at tbe Poat Office Wllliaton. M. D..aaaccond.claM mail matter. Official Paper of Williams County. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. B. H. COPILAND, WILLARD B. OVERSOH .... Williston, N. BOITOB0. D., September 1.1, W02. W. C. T. XL The W. C. T. U. will meet with. Mrs. VsnDyke this week. The members are »H specially. requested to be present, as there will be an election of delegates, to the Thirteenth Annual Convention of the North Dakota Woman's Christian Temperance .Union, to he beld at Wah peton September 26-29. Also matters of local interest to be discussed.. Last week's meeting was postponed on acconnt of so many members, being ant of town. A rare treat is expected in speakers at the convention such as Miss Lillian Phelps of Bt. Catherines, Ont., a grada .'Ate of the school of oratory, etc., and Miss Delia Moe Connett, Ohio's ...

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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. — 11 September 1902

tP* W I 4 ,_i L_ LI I LJ IN DPERAHOUSE BRUEGGER MER CO PROPP5 LOCAL ROUND-UP. Twelve new pupils entered school last Monday. David F. King expects to start for Minneapolis this evening. Geo. Wood and A. L. Slater were over from the south side to day, and filed a water right. Harry Porter ha9 been busy for the past week putting a house on his home stead, northwest of the city. We are glad to note that Mrs. H. F. Merrill, who has been very sick for the past month, is improving in_health. The boys are hardy to-day. Il everybody to child doing well itnoking rfs. Paul Leon is a gijjffand Paul wants ino^it. Mother and J. C. Stewart a member of the bridge crew working for the Great Northern Ry near this place was quite sick for a num ber of days last week. Wm. Freeman, who has been located at Everett, Wash., for the past year or two, has been in the city the past week visiting bis sisters and parents. Mrs. M. LeDosquet has been up at Culbertson, Mont., for the past two weeks .nursing Mrs. C...

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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. — 11 September 1902

•If® 9 i.Jt+m* w\!'-f 'l\H THE STRIKE AT ROCKY BOTTOM By J. A. CONWELL. THE board of directors of the Rocky bottom iron works was in session. The question before the board was whether the works should close or not. "You must undei-stand, gentlemen," argued Mr. White, president of the company and chief owner of the stock, "that we are now operating the works at little or no profit and that the cause of it/is the unexpected failure of the rise in the river and a consequent lack of cheap fuel. We must shut down. There is no other course." "How can we do that?" inquired Mr. Gray, treasurer of the company, local merchant and principal magnate of the town that had grown up around the works. "Our contract with the Broad way Bridge company requires us to deliver a big lot of finished lumber every week." "There is a clause in the contract which suspends its operation during a shut-down occasioned by a strike or an accident to the machinery," an swered the president. "But there is no strike, ...

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. — 11 September 1902

*1 v.- iv vVv-Yi- •••fc-v.v •'•S-'-jM" •••V- *y'~x? -..' ''-"Y --V- •l.,:'*.:.' Have jroti heard the story that gossips tell Of Burns at Gettysburg?—No? Ah, well: Brief Is the glory that hero earns, Briefer the story of poor John Burns He was the fellow who won renown— The only man who didn't back down When the rebels' roce through his native town But held his own in the fight next day. When all his townsfolk ran away. That was in July, sixty-three— The very day that Gen. Lee, Flower of southern chivalry, Baffled and beaten, backward reeled From a stubborn Meade and a barren field. I might tell how, but the day before, John Burns stood at his cottage-door, Looking down the village street, Where, in the shade of his peaceful vine, He heard the low of his gathered kine, And felt their breath with incense sweet Or, I might say, when the sunset burned The old farm gable, he thought it turned The milk that fell like a babbling flood Into the milk-pail, red ae blood! Or, how he fancied th...

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