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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 11 September 1902

rJt U- VH FILINGS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, PLATS, *ri 1 aSTROUD BROS. MERCHANTS. The cold winter winds have ar rived and so have Stroud Bros.'s Stoves, Ranges and NOT TIME HEATERS. Our prices are right. We also carry a complete line of Fall and Winter Underwear, and Overcoats. We have just what you want. All we can say is that it is to your interest to get our prices before buying elsewhere. STROUD BROS. Telephone No. 52. Williston, North Dakota. R.«. CALDERW0Q1, C. 1. BMTIROIJ. 0.5. CnuuMiemr. Williston Land Co. ABSTRACTS. O. A. RUPLE, ft B. CALDEEI001. 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 ns. Office Stewart's Building, Main Street. iniiiimjiimiiH»M»n»»»»»»»M»»»M»»»i»»H»H»»»»»»»ii»i»»»»»»n» SHIP TOUI5 ...DEER HEADS... OB OTHEB TROPHIES TO WILLISTON'S IF "KOrr WISH THEM MOUNTED CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFERNAN. Prop. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. dray work promptly attended to. SHE PUREST MISSOURI RI...

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. — 18 September 1902

VOL. 8. NO. 12- MEN ARE DOOMED SEVENTEEN MINERS IMPRISONED IN A WEST VIRGINIA COAL MINE. RESCUE PARTIES DRIVEN BACK CAS AND SMOKE SO THICK THEY ARE UNABLE TO REACH THE MEN* EXPLOSION CAUSES DISASTER GAS EXPLOSION SETS OFF BLAST* ING POWDER, WRECKING THE ENTRANCE. North Fork, W. Va., Sept. 17.—A gas and powder explosion occurred in the Big Four mine of the Algona Coal and Coke company here yesterday as the result of which James Lester, an engi neer John Reicki, a Hungarian miner, and fifteen colored miners are known to be imprisoned in the mine. There Is hardly one ohance for the men to be recovered alive, as they are beyond the point where the explosion oc curred. The gas and smoke is so thick that all rescuing parties have been driven back. N, Frankenfleld, a miner, succeeded in crawling over the fallen coal and slate after the explo sion to the lights of the rescue party and was taken out alive although bad ly burned and nearly suffocated by the gas and smoke. The explosion is sai...

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. — 18 September 1902

Ihc^illisfon #raj)hh Bt V04»BI-AND & OVEItSOX. WILLISTON. N. DAK A FIDDLER OF FORTUNE $ $ By HARRIET PEARL SKINNER. THE weekly hop was at its height when Dorothy Dunham entered tiie ballroom. She was accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Parker Dunham, and as the two paused for an instant in the doorway, watching the myriads of dancers go floating by, the girl pre sented a picture fit for the brush, of Titian. She was tall and finely proportioned. Her red-brown hair was piled in glorious masses, her brown eyes were flashing with girlish excitement, her cheeks were delicately flushed, and her whole being was vibrant with pleas ure and anticipation. She was dressed in a gown of gauzy white, which left bare her exquisite arms and throat, and her only ornament was a single white rose fastened carelessly in her auburn hair. Instantly that she was discovered nods and smiles greeted her from all parts of the room, and it was evident that she was easily the favorite of the younger set at the la...

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. — 18 September 1902

IS FOND OF HORSES. Senator Bailey Interested in Train ing of Trotters. Down la Kentucky, Where the Tcxm Statesman Has a Farm, Tliejr Call Him the "Senatorial Kailblril." Do you know the only "railbird" in the United States senate? Any morn ing during his periodical visits to Lex ington, Ky., he can be seen at the Ken tucky Trotting Horse Breeders' asso ciation track. He's Senator Bailey, of Texas, the man who choked Beveridge. Down in Kentucky he *s no longer ora tor, politician or pugilist. He is ".the senatof," railbird, horse trader* trot ting enthusiast and pedigree expert. He-has figured in the ranks of the breeders for several years. This year for the first time he will be extensive ly represented on the turf. He has en gaged the noted trainer, Joe Rea, who comes fresh from his triumphs with that noted establishment, the Bitter lloot Stud of the late Marcus Daly. For the first time he has an entire farm leased for his brood mares and his stallion, the sensational Prodigal. 2:1...

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. — 18 September 1902

s*v, 3* A- «W •"-V-I a'« 1 iSS» 4 'Vi i* ''4 I': iV. *2, &A> "if 4" v, rf* 9 p* yMw 4 s- yu 1 •£,, WILLISTON GRAPHIC Telephone No. 73, I RHE GRAPHIC la entered at the Post Office Williaton. N. D.. aecond class mail matter. Official Paper of Williams County. PUBLISHED KVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, MILLARD B. OVEBSON The hands are such dear hands Titer are so full, they turn at our demands So often they reach out, With trifles scarcely thought about, 80 many times they do 80 many things for me, for you— If their fond wills mistake, We may well bend, not break. They are so fond, frail lips That speak to us. Pray, if love strips Them of discretion many times, Or if they speak too slow or quick, such crimes We may pass by for we may see Days not far off when these small words may be Held not as alow or quick, or out of place, but dear Because the lips that spoke are QO more here. They are such dear, familiar feet, that go Alone the path with ours—feet fast or ...

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. — 18 September 1902

.•Bwafiri WMm W I I S O N OPERA LOCAL ROUND-UP. The Boyd Bros, are brick veneering their new livery barn. Sheet Music, Vocal or Instrumental, for sale by Miss Benton. Otto Teen of Wolf Point is suffering from a severe attack of typhoid fever. Don't forget the supper to be given by the ladies of the Congregational church tbis evening. •George McKay and George E. Little 'field were vistors from the Nesson Val ley in the city Friday. Special attention is called to the busi ness card of Messrs. Gammon & Barrett, attorneys at law at Minot. The teachers, Institute being held in this city this week is under the charge and supervision of Prof. E. R. Brownson recommended by Supt. Waldon. George W. Newton, who has been in Minnesota attending the State Fair and. looking after his string of race horses, returned to Williston .yesterday morn ing. It is reported that about forty acres of Jess Hill's flax yielded 20 bushels per acre—not a bad record for the first at tempt at flax-raising by Wi...

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. — 18 September 1902

ev Mt In the ?v a: Latin Room By ANNIE HAMILTON DONNELL. TIRGINIA BOOTH, if you aren't a case!" The class in Cicero was on itsway back to the general assembly room There was always a minute or two in the corridor. Virgina held her book aloft and re garded the audacious little margin sketch critically. "Pretty good, don't you think?" she said. "Didn't any of you notice what a splendid chance I had to-day? If you think I could resist it—" "Oh, we don't!" laughed Georgia Lovejoy, under her breath. "Girls, will you look at him! Isn't that Prof. Gregg all over?" Prof. Gregg was the instructor in Latin at the girl's high school in El well. He was a wiry, nerves young man, whose smooth, spectacled coun tenance was capable of a great variety of astonishing expressions. He was also Virginia Booth's best "subject." From cover to cover her Cicero were irresistible little sketches of his favorite attitudes and grimaces. This very morning had not Salome warned her? Poor Salome! Did she not alway...

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. — 18 September 1902

£v ^•iv W" .» ^'K,k",' ,t *-"j ^'«-v,ttv -h V- V. WHEN WE ARE ASLEEP. Scientific Investigation Hai Proved Tliat Even Then Our BIu»cle» and Organs Are at Work. If the organs of the body cannot be said to sleep neither can the vol untary muscles. Witness the phe nomena of sleep-walking, the postil lions in stage-coach days who slept in their saddles, and cavalrymen who do it to-day infantry who have been known to sleep on forced marches sentinels who walk their beats, car rying their guns in a fixed position while they sleep. For all we know, policemen may do it, too. People who talk in their sleep are familiar to all of us. Experiments made by Speir, Armstrong and Child on 200 college students of both sexes showed that 47 per cent, of the men, and 37 per cent, of the women talked in their sleep. A number of things might be proved by these statistics. Of these sleep-talkers, one-half of the women and one-third of the men are able to answer "questions while asleep. More women than men ...

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. — 18 September 1902

STROUD BROS CONTESTS, O. A. RUPLE, »»ninimi»iiiiii»nn»»»»»it»»»»»»»« a 151515151^1 SIS!SI Tim SI D. BELL, E A N S The cold wintev winds liave ar rived and so liave Stroud Bros.'s Stoics, Ranges ami HIT TIME Our prices age W,§ also carry a complete* Hne of and Winter Underwear, and Overcoats. We have just what yon want. All we can say is that it is to your interest to get our prices before buying elsewhere. STROUD BROS., Telephone No. 52. Williston, North Dakota. R. I. CAIWRWOM, C. 1. BMTBROW. V. S. Conmi&iiener. Williston Land Co. FILINGS, SETTLERS LOCATED, PROOFS, MONEY LOANED, PLATS, ABSTRACTS. M. B. CALDERWOOI. 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. -STOTTE ...DEER HEADS... Oil OTHER TROPHIES TO WILLISTON'S LEADING TAXIDERMIST. IP "X OU WISH THEM MOUNTED UP TOYDTAHTEE METHODS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE. CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFERNAN. Prop. Livery, Feed and Sa...

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. — 25 September 1902

--y* $ WW1E' pi*" $*3 vtvSv",,.** :r VOL. 8. .NO. 13. CALL FOR TROOPS LAWLESSNESS BEYOND CONTROL OF LACKAWANNA COUNTY OFFICERS. VIOLENCE IN MANY PLACES SHERIFF TELEGRAPHS GOVERN OR ASKING FOR IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE. TROOPS DISPERSE ONE MOB STRIKERS RESIST ARREST AND THE SHERIFF CALLS OUT THE TROOPS. Serantoft, Pa., 8ept. 14. Sheriff Bchadt of Lackawanna county last night telegraphed GOT. Stone to send troops to his assistance. The sheriff had just Issued a proclamation an nouncing that he -would oall for troop* if the lawlessness did not cease, when ha received a series of telephone calls to Quell disturbances up the valley and he asked for troops. Adjt. Gaa. Stewart called the sheriff by telephoae at 9 o'clock and had along conference with him. The adjutant general sug gested that a posse of members of the Cltlsens' Alliance be called upon fbr assistance. While* the sheriff was pre* paring to act on this suggestion he re* celved more reports of violence up and down the valley and at ...

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. — 25 September 1902

Bt Oo**ELA.ND & OVEltSOK. WILL1STON. N. DAK STILL NEEDS THE WORKERS. The world still needs the workers, though it may sometimes forget That it owes the weary laborers an ever lasting debt Without the busy toilers gold would ceas« at once to buy The things that please the palate or are grateful to the eye The world still needs the people who must labor day by day, But the world keeps on forgetting, in its easy-going way. The lady in her satins, who Is beautiful to see, Forgets that those who labor lend her all her witchery Without the busy toilers all the millions she commands Would not procure a scented piece of soap to wash her hands Without the busy people who must labor all their days All her money wouldn't even buy new laces for her stays. The magnate who looks proudly on his mil lion-dollar yacht Forgets to give the carpenter a single kind ly thought He-ceases to remember as he sips his splen did wine That without the ones who labor there wouldibe nofruitful vine He forgets...

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. — 25 September 1902

BANDIT IS POPULAR. Musolino Highly Esteemed by Peas ants of Italy. Slngle-Handed He Conducted a Ven detta. and Killed 19 Persoaa— Considered a Demigod by the People. "What a career of crime, bloody and vengeful, it is in which has indulged the last of Italy's bandits, to the great joy of south Italy peasants and the amusement of the civilized, nations. Born of a family more or less affected with brain trouble and otherwise ab normal, Guiseppe Musolino, epileptic since childhood, started on his ca reer of crime when, at the ageof 11, he inflicted a mortal wound upon ,a companion with whom he had quar reled. For this act he was imprisoned for several years. Upon his release he was accused rather naturally of most of the crimes' of any neighborhood in which he happened to be. At the age of 15 he threatened his father so seri ously that the protection of cara bineers was asked. Two years later he joined the local section of that in famous society, the "Mafia," which in the southern part...

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. — 25 September 1902

$r IS •te Ife.. •fc'- 'WXi WILLISTON GRAPHIC SBfftC Telephone I5ovJ& The QBAPBIO Williston B. B. COPELAND, Receipts of range jSjfiSH •Wi-i Office la entered at the Port Offic 'llliaton. N. D.. second eltaa mall matter Official Paper of Williang* County. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. EOITOM. WILLARD B. OVBRSON, Willitton, N. D-, September 25. 1902. Ripples from Stony Creek. Otto Dahl sold his bunc|i of cattle at |35 per head. To be "snowed under" is npl. so bad if tbe snow is warm. It looks as though the old timers will soon have to light or be bung.. The loss of jewelry would indicate thai we bare some favorites over this way. Our neighbor from Missouri arrested a lot ef calves Sunday for working-^ b|s crops. Mr. Bryn is burning a firebreak from 8tony Creek to Twelve Mile Hill. Ditto Mj. Hendrickson. To be.or not to be—near tbe county's money for the apxt two years, is the question now-a-days. At a meeting of the school board, held Tuesday evening, Mrs. G. F. Bowe...

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. — 25 September 1902

W I I S O N UPERAnousE BRUEGGER MER CO PRJPRS LOCAL ROUND-UP. Read the call for a democratic county pooyemion, and notice for caucuses. Heddericb Bros. 4 Co. are moving the warehouse back of their store for the purpose of putting iu a stone foundation. £. C. Palmer came down Poplar yes teniav, where he has been engaged for sometime putting in a government irri gation plant. The railroad company ia putting in a set of scales at the elockytirds at Avoca for the benefit of] sappers over tbe Great Northern. \r John Mercer, jr., this week shipped about ten carloads of beef cattle to Chi cago, and expects to ship another train load next month, O. D. Hardacre of 8pringbroo\, one of the new comers fiom Ohio, was in the city last Saturday, and made the Graphic office a pleasant call, Tbe Alpine Entertainers are booked for tbe whole of next week at tbe Wil liston Opera House, commencing next Monday evening, Sept. 29th. 0. C. Ekebera4»^merly\)f Hoople, N. 11,, is now bcanpyinjj a position as c...

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. — 25 September 1902

THE SKYLARK. The skylark in the morning Sings a song of hope and trust He asks not for God's bounty: He knows that come it must Andthelistener'siheart is turned to Heaven, Hia faith raised from the dust. He sings again at noontide A song of love and joy, And endless throbbing melody With naught of earth's alloy A&d the listener's heart Is purlfi Of earthly thoughts that cloy. But the skylark in the evening Sings a song of peace and rest And of all these glorious harmonies This surely is the best, For the listener's- heart is quieted And turned from earthly quest. Thus morning, noon and evening Sings the bright birdi of light While listeners pausing In their work, Grow trustful of Heaven'® might. Till they, too, sing in sunshine. And And peace in the night. -Chamber's- Journal. THE BEE THAT oe WAS NEVER HIVED by HELEN MATHERS. 6XKXOOOOOOOU 1^ UT you'll have to hive some day," fl said the man. 'ine girl shook her head. "It is the bee who escapes that ab ject swarming—gathers honey...

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. — 25 September 1902

CURRENT TOPICS. Boston is bnlidlnff 'three theaters. Chicago stablemen have recently organized. The Suez canal was begun In 1859 and completed in 1S69. There were 13,000.000 acres of land In New Mexico open to entry. St. Louis Is the center of the stick candjr trade of the United States. There is a great demand for skilled laborers of all kinds at Ogden, Utah. Joseph Jacques Tissot, the artist, il lustrator of the "Life of Christ," Is dead. Nebraska's crops for the present year promise to be the greatest on record. It is proposed to establish a Japan ese Monte Carlo on an Island in To kio Bay. Two coal mines are now in success ful operation in Alaska. They produce good steam coal. A calf with two tongues is the prop erty of Farmer William Sykes, of Har per county, Kan. There are by careful computation about 300,000,000 coconut palms in the world in full bearing. Two Methodist missionaries in Mo roni, Utah, are the only gentiles in the place. No converts yet. The prince of Wales, tho...

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. — 25 September 1902

CONTESTS, O. A. RUPLE, sngggBBW D. BELL, S XT] STROUD BROS. MERCHANTS. The cold winter winds have ar­ rived and so have Stroud Bros.'s Stoves, Ranges and HOT TIME HEATERS. Our prices are right. We also carry a complete line of Fall and Winter Underwear, and Overcoats. We have just what you want. All we can say is that it is to your interest to get our prices before buying elsewhere. STROUD BROS., Telephone No. 52. Williston, North Dakota. Ic «. CAWiHWOOB, C. E. NWHROVD. V. S. Commissioner. Williston Land Co. FILINGS, SETTLERS LOCATED, PROOFS, MONEY LOANED, PLATS, PLATS, ABSTRACTS. MOUNTED ALL WORK GUARANTEED. M. II. CALDERWOOD. 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. SHIP "2"OTJI3 ...DEER HEADS... OK. OTHER TBOP1IIES TO WILLISTON'S LEADING TAXIDERMIST. IP "XOXJ WISH T1IEM CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFERNAN. Prop. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. DRAY WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. THE PUREST...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 2 October 1902

&&:* #V "r .v** B*»^- ?.' [«j tV It jr-^ I*. |a "ivT if "'V SHAW HILTS SOME TAKE8 STEPS WHICH WILL RE LIEVE FINANCIAL STRING ENCY. $30,000,090 AVAILABLE AT ONCE BANKS NEED NOT CARRY RE SERVE AGAINST GOVERN MENT DEPOSITS. SECURED BY GOVERNMENT BONDS WILL PERMIT BANKS TO IN CREASE VOLUME OF BUSI NESS $130,000,000. New York, Sept. 31—Secretary ol the Treasury Shaw, who was in New York last night, has issued a state ment in which he says that the banks will hereafter not be required to carry & reserve against government deposits secured by government bonds. This will make available to-day over $30, €00,000. Secretary Shaw declined to discuss the financial situation further than to say that the treasury would co-operate as far as possible with the banks, both East and West, in their effort to sup ply the necessary credit to do the un precedented amount of business that Is taking railroads and steamship lines as well as banks, to the utmost. Mr. Shaw said he had never seen any...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 2 October 1902

iB* OoELAND& ii &v S't A,*.-1: MWe Wi 'C:, h- OVEIiSON. WILUSTON. N. DAK TELLING MOTHER. When I was still an urchin small— 'Tls. long ago—but I recall My playmates oft tormented me. Then from them I turned angrily, And, sobbing, cried: "Oh, stop your bother! I'll go right home and tell my mother!" I grew In time a little man, And, as boys will, I oft began In turn to tease and plague my mates But faring ill—O cruel fates Smarting with blows from one or t'other, I ran, andi told It to my mother. When, later en, I went to school, Too strict I found the teacher's rule: I tried so hard to do his will, But all in vain, he scolded still, Until I tried my tears to smother, And cried: "I'll tell It to my mother." Ah! S'lqce that long-departed day My mother dear has passediaway, Sorrow and pain have wrung my breast, Till, oft with cares and griefs oppressed^ I think of this time and that other: "Oh, could I tell it to my mother!" —Rev. Charles W. Wendtz, Christian Reg ister. TWO OF 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. — 2 October 1902

HEITFELD. OP IDAHO. Known in Washington as the ''Far mer Senator." Bu Won Handredi of Friend* Be cause He Never Talks Unless lie Has Something to Say—Hi* Unique Career. Henry Heitfeld, of Lewiston, Idaho, who has served six years in the United States senate and likes it so well that he is willing to make it 12, is a Kansan who was the neigh bor of W. J. Bailey, republican nom inee for governor of hia state. Heit feld urst met Bailey at a debating society. Neither was 20 years old, but Bailey gave early promise of getting into politics. Young Heit feld was trying to develop a farm four miles east of Barleyville. Noth ing was further from his mind than a seat in the United States senate. Before he had any political ambition he had been developed through every experience which could come to a farmer and business man, including drought and Kansas grasshoppers. He had developed a farm in Kansas, rent ed school land, homesteaded a quar ter section in Washington, bought an improved farm in...

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