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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 2 October 1902

f-wm WILLISTON GRAPHIC Telephone No. 73. rhe OKAPHIC IS entered at the Post Office A* WUliaton. N. D.. aecond claaa mall matter. Official Paper of Williams County. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT "WIULISTON. N. D. R. H. COPKLAND, Williston, N. BDITOM. WILLARD B. OVERSOW, D., from a October 2. 1902. Ripples from Stony Creek. Shame on you, for taking the corn blind pig. Will Jones has gone down to the Dog Leu to see his ma. Last week B. C. Matthew* refused $19 per acre for his farm. Mrs. Wt 8. Dunn arrived home San day, after an absence of five months. Henceforth if we have a sneaking look, think nothing of it, we are about to join the W. C. T. U. Mr. Stevens shipped 21 carloads of beef and Wm. Adams one carload of •heep from Avoca, Sunday. Charles Traeger, ofOsseo, Wis., coa •in of Mrs. L. F. Rowell, is visiting for a few days with the Howell's. We would suggest that some of our neighbors put up some more hitching posts. Of course, door knobs will do. At the republican caucus held at Sto...

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. — 2 October 1902

°J ®Sf v?ilBEL®M $*• LOCAL ROUND-UP. Remember the demociatic caucus next Monday afternoon. Benton Bel] has gone to New York to be absent for some time. Th» etone work on the new syndicate block was begun this week. The drama of "The Noble Outcast" is booked, we understand, for October 10, week from to-tnonow night. A fine hotel property, conveniently located in Williston, for sale. Inquire at the Graphic office. A. 'H. Shields, of Osakis, Minn., was in the city this week and filed on a homestead near Wheelock. T-he October session of the county commissioners will be held next Mon day and all parties having business be fore the board should be on hand. Nels J. Kamp, who is a candidate for sheriff on the republican syle of the po litical field, was irt the cj*y Monday and Taesday'feeling ttuB republican pulse in th-is locality. Hon. Joseph Roach Minot was in the city Tuesday looking after his in terests in this section of the country. Mr. Roach says that Minot is still on the upward t...

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. — 2 October 1902

|, y\ 1 M- Wh I '&>4 to I?:'. if iv ,• iv. e.' & I it SS'V.*.-^ IN "i^lsK^r. Two Farmers Who Fooled With Nature THERE never was a more per- gressive critter lived than my uncle, old Jabez Boneset," remarked Farmer Ezra Baler to the corner grocery convention. "Nary a new thing got a-past Uncle Jabe. He'd have a flitter at it whether it was a flyin' machine or the latest wrinkle in the higher criticism. "Every time a new fool squared the circle Uncle Jabe'd get to work fig urin' how he could turn his ten-acre lot into a race track and not leave no corners hanging over and he hadn't more'n read about appendi citis when he got a pain under his s'pender buckle that wouldn't give way till he took it to the city hos pital fer a operation. "They had the old boy's appendix hangin' cn the line next day. Wa'n't no thin' wrong with it, but Unble Jabe said he was' better off without it any way. 'Twas only extra weight, he said, an* some day a wanderin' germ would have crawled into it ...

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. — 2 October 1902

A BENEFIT TO FARMERS. O»s»oltdaitlon of Harvester Plants Hcibi the Continuation of Low Price* to Bayer*. The benefits that will undoubtedlj result to farmers from the receut in corporation of the International Har vester Company, which took over the business of the five leading harvester manufacturers have probably not been considered by a large portion of the farming community. The economical necessity of a con« Bolidation of the interests of manu' facturers and those of their farmer customers must be apparent to any one who understands the present sit uation. The increased and increasing cost of material, manufacturing and sell ing—the latter in consequence of ex treme and bitter competition between manufacturers and their several sell ing agents—has made the business unprofitable. The two alternatives left for the manufacturers were either the in creasing of the prices of machines or the reduction of the cost of man ufacture and sales. The latter could only La accomplished by con...

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. — 2 October 1902

V$.- M. i' I fc.. ik »vl lT\'i,^'1 MA r..(riVt mmmm* r? I' v. fcv R. I. CALDERWOOD, C. CONTESTS, STROUD BROS. MERCHANTS. ... The cold winter winds have ar rived and so have Stroud Bros.'s Staves, Ranges and HOT THE INTERS. 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. I. V. 8. Commissioner. RIITHROTD. Williston Land Co. FILINGS, SETTLERS LOCATED, PROOFS, MONEY LOANED, PLATS, ABSTRACTS. or X. B. CALDERWOOD. 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. iuiiiimnmm»iiii»mnnn»»»»»»»»»i»i»«»n:»»»:n»»»»n»»»»»ns SHIP TSTOTJjR ...DEEE HEADS... OH OTHER TllOPUIES TO O. A. RUPLE, IF WILLISTON'S LEADING TAXIDERMIST. W1HH THEM MOUNTED UP TOYDATE METHODS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. PRIC...

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. — 9 October 1902

A VOL. 8. NO. 15. OFFICIAL.^ PROCEEDINGS OF THIS Board of Co. Commissioners OF WILLIAMS COUNTY, N. D. On motion, W. J. Doyle, road super visor, was instructed to open up the above roads as above petitioned. Commencing at the public road in front of Otto Dahl's residence in Stony Creek district to Baker's ferry, said road to run in a general southerly direction and through public land, except through the homestead of Otto Dahl and Mr. Ole Bryn. Signed by Ole Bryn and twelve others. The following bide for the erection of a county pest house were opened at 10 o'clock A* ID.: A. A. Austill 1795.00 T. F. McGraw 815.00 On motion, A. A. Austill, being the lowest bidder, the contract was awarded to him. On motion, board adjourned, until 2 p. m. 2 p. m. Board convened as per adjournment. Chairman Westcott presiding. Mem bers present:—Parshall, Rowell and W'estcott- On motion, board proceeded to view the road as petitioned by Ole Bryo and 12 otheis. On return the board waa unable to re port o...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 October 1902

-aA V» UielWUtetou $*aplut '4i Bt Oo^ELANP &, OVEBSOH. I 1 N. DAK- WILLISTON, LOVE'S PROOF. How can I prove my love to you, You whom I love so well? What can I say, what can I do. All doubts henceforth to quell? No vows I make, vows are too weak. In them no proof wouIcLlie Come other method I must seek My heart to satisfy. Nor can I smile on you alone, As through the world we go Some other method must be known To those who love would' show. No. dear, I'll elmply take your han4: My life tune to your own As on we go, o'er rocks, through sand^ With ne'er a sigh or moan. We'll happy be when smiles the sun, And laugli when falls the rain Making each day the only one. Filled with its' joy or pain. .promises for future years, No' memories of past, No shedding of regretful tears. No coming hopes forecast A present hope, a present joy. My love must be to you A hoop of gold without alloy, That makes us strong ar.d true. A circle, where each life complete Within its lines may dwell Invisib...

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. — 9 October 1902

WILL NOT TBI AGAIN De Windt Has Enough of Journey ing in Icy Lands. Arctic Traveler Talks About Hli Overland Trip from Pari* to Sew York—Has So Deaire to Repeat It. After nearly perishing on his third attempt to travel from Paris to New York overland, Harry de Windt has ar rived at his destination. Mr. de Windt left Paris on December 19, 1901, with three companions, deter mined to demonstrate that the pro posed Transsiberian and Alaskan rail road was practicable, and that it would be possible to make the journey from Paris to New York by rail if such a line was ever constructed. "We have no doubt that the railroad will be constructed some time, and be lieve it will not be many years before one may take the trip by rail," said Mr. de Windt. "Ten thousand dollars, how ever, would not induce me to take the same trip again as we made it." De Windt and his companions were found nearty dead from exposure in a cave on the Siberian coast by Capt. Cot tle, of the whaler William Bayliss. This...

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. — 9 October 1902

fi?*± & lf It :H£ £*v .• CJ. W- J-l ?.ri Si 3S rs-, "i| 5 rA V-' V:v^:"v' .TS3E2 Notice of Election Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, the 4th day df November next, in the county of Wil lianiBi an election will be neld for the election ift State, District and County officers as follows.: BTATE»OFFICEB8. Two Congressmen One Governor. iseST One Lieutenant Governor. One Secretary of State. One State Auditor. One State Treasurer. One Attorney General. K- One Commissioner of- Insurance. One Commissioner of One Superintendent of Three Coi f? Ha '&V One Superintendent of Schools. Four Justices of the Peace, Four Constables. One Assessor for District No. 1. One Commissioner for District No. 1. One Assessor for District No. 2. ANDREW OLSON, H. E. No. 2518, for the sVt swM and sV4 se% of section 33, town ship 55, range 95. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Peter C. Hanson, Louis Folsom, Thomas Nordby, Manly ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 October 1902

MI*. OperME LOCAL ROUND-UP. Fred, Powers of St. Paul, WHS in this city th« past week looking after business interest in this locality. L, J, Rieder is the proud and happy father of a bouncing boy which arrived at his home this morning. Rev. C. F. Wheeler of Minot was in the city Monday for a short time shak ing bunds with his old friends. Tbe street of Williston are just now being repaired under the supervision of Street Commissioner Fagan. Rev. T. A. Taylor returned home this week from Inkster. where he has been visiting an old friend and schoolmate. lhe work on the excavation of Hed dericli Bros. & CJ.'S new cellar, being done by John Heffernan, is nearly com pleted. A baby girl cameUo the borne of Mr. and Mrs. George Fellows the first of the week and is so welcome that they have decided to keep it, William Congdon and Justiee of the Peace Murray M. Stacy of Grinnell district were in the city tbis week in attendance at the session of the county board, in connection with some r...

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. — 9 October 1902

mBtr:% The Jaguar Special By PAUL R. BULLARD. upon the Hon and run­ away trains are of frequent occur rence on its 50 miles of length, but its most extraordinary incident was that in which George Powers took part. It was in the "dry season," when the banana plants were weighted with their bunches of green fruit, ready for cutting. "One day"—as Powers tells the* story —"the fruit steamer Breakwater an chored unexpectedly in the offing of our Caribbean sea harbor of Porto Cortez. Soon, at her agent's orders, there was hoisted at her masthead the signal indicating 'Fruit, Teady for a quick casgoS And when the ship had rgacifed the dock a fruit train was be ing made up. "Then we learned that the Break water was expected to sail for New Orleans with a cargo "of bananas early the next morning. Extraordinary ef forts must be made to load her with a suitable shipment in less than a day's time. To hurry was* decidedly xintropical, but the bonus given by the railroad officials was as oil to l...

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. — 9 October 1902

V. ^V1-' V' 1 TO YQUNG_LADIES. From the Treasurer of the Young People's Christian Tem perance Association, Elizabeth Caiiie, Fond da Lac, Wis. •Deab Mbs. tell inkham :—I want t»i you and all the young ladies of the country, how grateful I am to you for all the benefits I have received from using Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vege­ table Compound. I suffered for J1ISS ELIZABETH CAINE. eight months from suppressed men* Btruation, and it effected my entire system until I became weak and debil itated, and at times felt that I had a hundred aches in as many places. only used the Compound for I a few weeks, but it wrought a change in mo which I felt from the very beginning. I have been very regular since, have no pains, and find that my entire body is as if it was renewed. I gladly recom mend Lydia E. Pinkliam's "Vege table Compound to everybody."— Miss Elizabeth Caine, 69 W. Division St., Fond du Lac, Wis.—$5000 forfeit if above testimonial is not genuine. At such a time the greatest aid to nature ...

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. — 9 October 1902

v*f ,-•/ WjX 'A. We FILINGS, PROOFS, PROOFS, CONTESTS,. PLATS, O. ALL D. BELL, S«SSS$S«f»WSVWV» MftSS®S^ STROUD BROS. MERCHANTS. The cold winter winds have ar­ rived and so have Ht roud Bros.'s Stoves, Ranges and HOT TIME HEATERS. Our prices are right. also carry complete line of Fall 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. I. CUNMMt, c. B. BMTBiiOm V. S. Commissioner. Williston Land Go. ABSTRACTS. A. MOUNTED SETTLERS LOCATED, MONEY LOANED, MONEY LOANED, LANDS FOR SALE, HOUSES TO RENT. If you have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see us. Office in. Stewart's Building, Main Street. •3TOTTI2 ...DEER HEADS... I Oil OTIIKU THOI'IIIES TO WILLISTON'S 11UPLE, LEADING IF \OU WISH THEM UP TO DATE METHODS. WORK GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE. ff CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFEBHAN. Prop. Livery, Feed and Sale Stabl...

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. — 23 October 1902

rjr KS-' ft. ,3. ^o-'^: MINERS JIJST TALK £ON¥£NTJOM FAILS TO REACH A VOTE ON THE PLAN PF SETTLEMENT. filVOIIABlE ACTION IS CERTAIN GREAT Cg ~T'*i KV MAJORITY OF THEV DELE GATES COME WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS. WHERE THE HITCH COMES IN •TEAM MEN WANT TO BE SUR1 THEY WILL GET THEIR OLD JOBS. 'Wllkesbarre, Pa., Oct. *1 Ths inxlouilT awaited convention of the 146,000 striking mine* met fetter day, bitt did not reach a vote on the proposed plan of settlement. It la expected to do to to-day. There were 662 delegate# present In the Nesbltt theater where the con vention was held. The great major* Itr of them were uninstructed, .the few who were being engineer* fire men and pumpmen, who fear that the (,000 striker* of those classes mar not get back their old place* now held by Con-union men. This Question of the engineers, firemen -and pumpmen Bie roved the only 'Stumbling block la way of almost immediate adoption of the president's plan, which earrlSs with it declaring the strike off and a Eis e...

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. — 23 October 1902

lisi COPELASB & OVKRflOX. WILLISTON. N. OAK. THE SONG OF THE ENGINEER. You may lounge on your velveted cushions and mark each mile withe thoughtless dream— You may say there Is' nothing of weird romance in the practical prose of steam: But you never have sat In the dust and smoke, and seen that track was clear, Nor held the reins of thte steed that leaves the wind In Its wild career. No soulless, dull machine I drive, for I feel her passionate breath When I ride her over the endless rails that mn by the brink of death! My fireman, lit by the flame's red glare, Myself, and our engine—o'er valley and height We three are as one and together we S'hare The marvelous triumph and glory of flight. My will is hers, and her strength is mine: past the sand-hills gray and low, Through the shimmering corn-field's lorg, green line and the sounding woods we go! There is naught oni the bridge that checks her soeed, and naught In the tunnel £he fears For my slightest touch on the throttle she fe...

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. — 23 October 1902

THEY SOUGHT QUAIL But the Englishman's Dogs Polecats Instead. Got Tief Liked Strong Scent and Had No Difficulty In Finding It—One of Senator Vest's Best Hunting Stories, Senator Vest lias told many stories, but one experience of his has not reached the general reader. It oc curred many years ago, but the sen ator, telling it not long ago, was still chuckling. In. his younger days Senator' "Vest was an ardent hunter and an author ity on the wild life of the prairies. He was living on the advance line of civili zation and his liome was known far and wide for its cordral-aud abundant hospitality. There Mr. Vest one day received a visit from a rich and famous hunter from London who brought a letter of introduction from a friend living in the English capital. And the Englishman had brought with hfm his own hunting dogs. Senator Vest had dogs of his own and he could not re press his surprise, but the Englishman asked him to wait and see. They drove for many miles and finally the wagon was...

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. — 23 October 1902

MK1 •yn"w«wr^ "M :"!isii £p!»:.J HP tiicy & 0: fCv" Notice of Election. Notice is horqby Riven that on Tuesday, the 4th day Qf A'owsmb^r qezt, in th$ county of Wil liams, anqlqctipu wiir.qq held (or the election at State, j^tript andCounty officers as follows: 8TATEJFFICKES. Two Cot^rQ^sqa^ol One Goicerqpr*. One Ljei^iMutnt Qovernor. Oqe Secretary «|:State. 0O«.Si^M0itor. Que S^aCe.Xijeasurer, One Attorney General. One Commissioner of lnsurance. One J^stiqe.oftlie'TSupreme Court. DLSTBICT OFFICEKS. Three Membe^ of the House of Bepreso&ta tuces to represent the 29th Legislative District. ~C6UNTY OFFICERS. One Sheriff. One Audits. One Cleric (^District Courts One Register of Deeds. 8ne no Statej.s Attorney. Couqty Judge. One Surveyor. QueCb^pner. Qne.Superintendent of Schools. Four. Justices of the Peace, Four'Constables. One Assessor for District No. 1. One Commissioner for District No. 1. One Assessor for District No. 2. One Assessor for District No. 3. •One Commissioner for...

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. — 23 October 1902

u-- tr *.-* gpr -Wf \t ,^V-" -*SfBRUEQGER, MER.CQJ, PROPRS.7 LOCAL ROUND UP. Send your baggy to WOODLEY'S and have it painted. Mark Thomas of Buford was a visitor in this city yesterday. Law, Land Practice and Collections. E. F. COX, Sherry Building, Williston. Dr. Huffnai) of St. Paul, ia visiting with hisaister Mrs. W. H. Denny for a few days. For Sale—A "Riverside Rotary Wash ing Machine," new. Inquire at Graphic office. Attention is called to the certificate of nomination, published on the last page of this issue. Walter Kurtb will repair your shoes promptly. See him at the Braegfter Mercantile Co.'s siore. Alvin Brown and family have moved into town from their ranch on the Mud dy and will remain here the balance of the winter. FOR SALE—A good yonng work horse, weighing about 1,300 lbs. Inquire of J. C. Dwyer,'Williston, N. D. J. 6. Stroud is improving his section of the town by building another fine new residence opposite the one erected by him this summer. Take a chance on the...

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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. — 23 October 1902

'I ,: '-'A •#. I -J Hff THE WINO. It dar.cert o'er the lush green nveadowff. It followed the winding stream, Then stopped to rest in the willows, Where yellow birds nest and dream. It searched in the dusky hollow For the vanished flowers of spring And swung with its unseen fingers. The twisted old grape-vine swing. It wandered o'er fields of clover. And sung with the honey bees. It ruffled the bright blue bonnets Of the violets, 'neath the trees. It fell asleep in the shadows. In the long, sweet hour of noon, When blazed the sun in the heavens, And the earth lay in a swoon. It rushed with the happy children, In their merry games at school. And whispered of out-door pleasures, As they conned some tiresome rule. It moaned down the blackened chimneys, With a cry of woe and pain, And strayed on the s.torm-drenched hill-, tops, With the spirit of the rain. It beat the time for tli.e crickets, As they piped the same old strain. And walked with the happy lovers, Down the curves of wild-ros...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 23 October 1902

MS. J. EJTDONNEU Was Sick Eight Years with Female Trouble and Finally Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Tegetable Compound. "Deab Mes. Pixkham :—I hare never in my life given a testimonial before, but you have done so much for me that I feel called upon to' give yon this unsolicited acknowledgement of MRS. JENNIE E. O'DONNELL, President of Oakland 'Woman's Biding Club, the wonderful curative ralue of This is a plain and simple way to make Welch rabbit: Melt two table spoons butter, half pound cheese, fourth teaspoon salt, and few grains red pepper. When a cneese is nearly melted add gradually half cup thin cream and yolks two eggs slightly beaten. Pour over dry toast or nice crackers of any kind. HAD CRAZY SPELLS. West Pembroke, Me., Sept. 22.—The thirteen-year-old daughter of Mrs. A. L. Smith suffered with a peculiar af fliction which her mother describes as follows:, "It is two years now since she was first, taken with crazy spells. "They kept on coming at intervals and I could get noth...

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