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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 23 October 1902

s- yW- V* ir r* ,v & "'$5 1 mm r». *.**-'•. ^C* STROUD BROS MERCHANTS. The cold winter winds have ar rived and so have Stroud Bros.'s V. 8. Commissioner. PILINGS, PROOFS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, DOT THE HEATERS. pur 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., R. M. CALDERWOW, C. Telephone No. 52. Williston, North Dakota. I. MfllBMI. Williston Land Co. PLATS, ABSTRACTS. 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 mintiin»»inniiniinuiiminnnnnntiMiiimiuminniiimiiinnmiiiiiiinnmii ...DEER HEADS... OR OTHER O. A. RUPLE, OR OTHER TROPHIES TO WILLISTON'S LEADING TAXIDERMIST. IP "SOU WISH THEM MOUNTED UP SSA METHODS. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. PRICES REASOKABLE. jHnH»»»»»»»Mn...

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. — 30 October 1902

-.-s/v w-JirsjKi- I,' ^••ri-b.:-- :\irA^SK 'Sr-i^Z 1 -*k '. Vf ^-1 VOL. 8. NO. 1»- "SETS CANAL BACK COLOMBIA ANSWERS PROPOSI TION TO NEGOTIATE CA. NAL TREATY. NOT UNQUALIFIED ACCEPTANCE DOES NOT CLOSE NEGOTIATIONS, BUT WILL CAUSE DELAY IN ADJUSTMENT. NEW TOPICS FOR ARGUMENT PRICE TO BE PAID BY UNITED STATES IS NOT SATIS FACTORY. Washington, Oct. 29.—The long ex pected response of the Colombian gov ernment to the proposition of the state department for the negotiation of a canal treaty, in accordance with the Spooner act, has reached Washington and was presented to the state depart ment yesterday by Mr. Herzori, secre tary for the Colombian legation. It la impossible to learn the nature of this. communication, but it is known that it ia not altogether an unqualified acceptance of the state department's propositions. It is, however, friendly and dignified in tone and does ribt close the negotiations by any means, although it unquestionably sets back the date of final adjustment by ope...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 30 October 1902

r' V, A 4" tolffiUiftaeNtyHf .""S By COPKLAKU & OVBBSOX. WILLISTON] r— N. DAK. A Chance for a Hero By GEORGE W. ROSE. ISS DOROTHY COURTNEY is a Daugther of the Revolution. In the same sense she is a daughter of all the wars of English speaking peoples since the crusades. Her an cestors spent so much time fighting that one naturally wonders how they 'came to be ancestors at all. A courage absolute is what Dorothy most admires, and until lately she has thought her cousin Harold (several times removed) possessed it. At present she doubts whether any man (except the few Courtneys who haven't been killed off) is really brave under all circumstances. Miss Dorothy and her aunt were at a summer resort when Harold showed the white feather and allowed her to be saved from a swarm of angry bees a stranger. Harold vanished, and the new young 'man, a Mr. Kempton, was installed as hero. He was a reserved young man, nnd did not find it necessary to inform her that there are some men whom bees ...

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. — 30 October 1902

PICTURE OP LAURIER How the Canadian Premier Im pressed T. P. O'Connor. Irish Journalist and Parliamentar ian Considers Hint a Briton la Patriotism and a French man in Sentimeut. That acute observer, Mr. T. P. O'Con nor, has been printing estimates of the three* leading colonial premiers who have been in London throughout the coronation season. Of Sir Wilfrid Lau rier, head of the Dominion govern ment, he says: "Here is a man who is a British sub ject to his finger tips who has shown a very ardent form of British patriot ism whose every word is intended to cement in closer bonds the different races of his own country and yet never was there a man who was more unmistakably un-English. Wherever you saw him you must have recognized in him the strain of that brilliant race across the channel, whose sons have done so much for letters, liberty and civilization. The long hair, the long, clean-shaven face the forehead ex tended by the slight baldness in the front part of the head the mobile ...

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. — 30 October 1902

£& Sri k* a 1 h( 1 r*L r§ I a :5 if of Election. mi '6 is hereby given that ag}. Tuesday, the lay of November next, in the county of Wil an election will be held for the election ite, District and County officers as follows: STATE OFTLTJEBU. Two.Congress.men. OneGovernor One Lieutenant Governor. One Secretary of State. 9 One State Auditor. One State Treasurer. r&'/ One Attorney.General. V-kf One CommisglpQer of Insurance, One Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Three Commissioners of Railway. One Justice of the Supreme Court. •,: DISTRICT OFFICERS* Three Members of the House of Representa tives to represent the 29th Legislative District. COUNTY OFFICERS. One Sheriff. I On6 Auditor 4 1 QneTreasurer. One Clerk bf District Court. 8ne Register of Deeds. ne State's Attorney. gne if County Judge. ne Surveyor. One Coroner OmMBuperintendent of Schools. your Justices of the Peace. Four Constables. One Assessor for District No. 1. One Commissio...

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. — 30 October 1902

SI •B* LOCAL. ROUN1)r«lJ. Fred Feigly WHB .tluwu from Buford Monday. H.A.Carey of Uofflabd was a busi oeiM visitor the latter part of last week. Election returns will be received at Charley Strifgle's place, election night. Geo. H. McKay and C. O. Weatcott were Neeson visitors in the city last Friday. Frank and Roll A Jones, who have been to Chicago with cattle, returned home to day. ""Charley Striegle bus the exclnaive "right to tue the Williston and Buford Telephone line election night. W. E, Bennett was up from Neeson this week looking after his political in terests in this end of the county. Charley Strieule has made arrange 1 nients that will make it possible for hiin to have the first returns from Nesson, Hofflund and Buford. L. D. Sweetman passed through Wil lieton tb week enrontb to the eastern part of the state on buBinesa. He ex pects to be absent a couple of months. F. A. Bopp, representing the Cary Safe Co, of Buffalo, N. Y., wan in the city yesterday interviewing our bu...

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. — 30 October 1902

Jv ifs* fen :#s& rw:F: DEPUTY-CLAIMANT By ISABEL E. MACKAY. "W 'V Pi®" "HY did he not come to Eng land himself?" asked the girl, reflectively, The deputy claimant began to chew a blade of grass. "Well, to tell the truth, I think he was a little bit—ahem —nervous." "You mean that he was afraid. I am not surprised. All thieves are cow ards." "Thieves!1 exclaimed the deputy claimant, reproachfully. "Yes, thieves," said she. "What do you call a wan who, just because he happens to be my uncle's son, and my uncle happened to be two years older than my father and happened to have got married without telling any of his relations—just because of a little thing like that—here he comes and takes my home away from me and makes me go jjnd live with Aunt Maria! I hate Aunt Maria!" she finished, vin dictively. The deputy claimant repressed a smile. "Don't you call a man like that a thief?" repeated the girl, angrily. "I—er—that is—the law^v.' "Oh, if you're going to talk law," said the girl, d...

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. — 30 October 1902

STEALING A RED-HOT STOVE. Aid It lUul a Dinner In It Which Vu Cooked Jo*t Right on the Road to Gamp. Comrade D. S. Brown, formerly Ser geant major of the Seventh Ohio cav alry, who has retired from business and now resides in Los Angeles, Cal., devotes some of his leisure time to writing1 sketches of army life, says the National Tribune. The following story is told by Maj. Brown, of a mem ber of his old regiment: "Bill McCoy, of company C, Seventh Ohio cavalry, had been detailed with the# Chicago Mercantile battery of our brigade. One day he came over to the camp with his right hand done up in a huge bandage. "What's the matter, Bill, one of the boys asked. "Burnt it on our cook stove," he said. The idea of having a cook stove in camp at that stage of the war made us all laugh, and that laugh made Bill mad. "Come over to the battery," he said, "and I'll show it to you." We went over, and there stood the stove. "Coming along the road the other night," said Bill, by way of explana tio...

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. — 30 October 1902

IZZZZ-. PROOFS, CONTESTS, STROUD BROS. The cold winter winds have ar rived and so have Stroud Bros.'s PLATS, Stoves, Ranges and HOT TIME HEATERS. Our prices are right. We also cariry 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. LX.CALDEKWOft®, C. B. R90THK0Y*. U. 8, CommiBsion«r. FILINGS, Williston Land Go. ABSTRACTS. O. A. RUPLE, M. li. CALDERWOOD. SETTLERS LOCATE]}, MONEY LOANED, LANDS FOR SALE, HOUSES TO RENT. If you have a Farm or City Property for R^nt or Sale call and see us. Office in Stewart's Building, Main Street. SHIP 1TOTJI2 ...DEER HEADS... OB OT1IEH TBOPHIE8 TO WILLISTON'S LEADING- IP tOU WISH TJIEM MOUNTED ALL WORK GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE. CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFERNAN. Prop. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. DRAY WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED 10. THE PUREST MISSOURI RIVER ICE Delivered...

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. — 6 November 1902

I v£ *4mJS V'v L:J "'-A.. &TZ- r^. VOL. 8. NO. 19. COLOMBIA IS UGLY ORDERS MINISTER CONCHA TO 8USPEND CANAL NEGO TIATIONS. MAY BREAK OFF ALTOGETHER -s COLOMBIA ANGERED BY RECENT POLICY OF UNITED STATES ON ISTHMUS. COULD BE FIXED IN THIRTY DAYS IF BOGOTA GOVERNMENT WOULD SHOW DISPOSITION TO MOVE, Kingston, Jam., Nov. 5. There Is said to be great Indignation among the residents of tbe isthmus owing to the Qolomblan government's instructions to Minister Concha at Washington to suspend indefinitely the canal treaty negotiations. It is reported that the authorities in Bogota are determined to break oft the negotiations altogeth er because of the United States' re cent policy in restraining the trans portation of Colombian troops on the Panama railroad. The United States marines, it is as serted, have not hampered the Colom bian government. On the contrary, th$ Americans, by protecting transit on the Isthmus are declared to have hindered Gen. Herrera from attacking Colon and Panama, a...

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. — 6 November 1902

W!^ •*$? ir- jf*- $ "ft & Pi/' t* I &4-' v\-. THE DESERTION OF BRADY AND HARRIS By HUGH S.fULLEHTON. ASof residuary legatee, having charge of the goods and chat tels Brady and Harris, now con tained in suite 22, the llengaard apartment building, I purpose re flating the circumstances which led *J to the conditions now prevailing in suite 22 and the story of the deser ^jfrtion of Brady and Harris. We three lived—that is, slept and kept our belongings—in suite 22 for pk r„ 3 more than two years We dwelt to gether in comparatively peace and almost absolute freedom. Twice each year xv# had an accounting, and straightened out our bewildei'ingly involved finances by the simple process of canceling all claims on each other. We criticised each other after the manner of brothers—frank ly, and as frankly disregarded the criticisms. Brady was a poet, and what was more important from a utillarian standpoint, he could cook. Harris was an artist, and I was (and in deed still am) a newspap...

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. — 6 November 1902

A CHARITY FIB. •fie Timag Idea Was 4o Set tike iMi •Mire Ferao*. Perfectly at Hew About Hia No*». Notwithstanding the man knew how he had come by his red nose, he was extremely sensitive about it, and any reference to it was resented promptly ana with emphasis. One day he was calling on some ladies when the small boy of the family was present. The youngster was strangely attracted by the radiant nose, and kept watch on it from the moment the visitor entered the room until he had a chance to speak to his mother, re lates the New York Herald. "Is it wrong to tell a story, mamma?" ha asked so that everybody could hear. "Of course it is," she replied, with a proper degree of horror. "But isn't it right to tell one just some times?" he persisted. "Well," sne hesitated, "possibly if one is told to spare the feelings of some person it might be excused." And whjF does my little man ask such a question?" inquired the gentleman very coaxingly. "Because," responded the boy, "I wanted to say yo...

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. — 6 November 1902

st fiS 0z~ $• S' Wi: R' ill fc-': $?.' 5 W & if White we z?C* tr\ 8EALEP BIP8 WANTED. Sealed bids will be received by the County Auditor tip to 10 a. m. November 7th, lor thirty tons of coal and thirty cords of 16 inch dry wood put in basement of court house for' county, use. E. U. ATTERBERRY, County Auditor. Williston, X. D„ Oct. 14,1903, ocl6 8 This atgnitum is on every box of the genuine laxative Bromo-Quinine iww. the remedy thit The Oilfdersigned is now prepared to famish the best quality of lignite coal to everybody in Williston on the shortest possible notice, and a reasonable price "viz:—$2.50 per ton. Cash must be paid on delivery. Goal at the mine may be procured at $1.50 per ton. Office in John Heffernan's building, opposite Great Northern Hotel. No.. 5 A I# E. N. MILLEB. Doctor Charest Proprietor of the Electromedical Institute. (The finest in the West.) Is the best specialist in all kinds of the diseases of men. Cures are quickly made and permanent. Call or write. B...

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. — 6 November 1902

*5 i- *Ztr: r*Wr %r t*V" -1- +f- T" it '111 'J5»- IPfflliitlfW 4-1 ""-WW i. RTI-C SSWetrfStwi ." J+- *iv W I I S O N DPERAHOUSL E E O LOCAL EOUND-UP. The deer season opens Monday. Special Mle on apples on Saturday, at 'fl.OO per box. Bruegger Mer. Co. Win. Oeder, of the south side, return ed home from Minot this morning. Shoes neatly repaired by Walter Kjirth at Bruegger's. octl6 Judge Cowan has adjourned- the sea siooof the district court until Tuesday the 18th inst. For Sale—A "Riverside Rotary Wash ing Mathii.e," new. Inquire at Graphic office. If mention of friends and visitors have been omitted, charge it up to the elec tion contingent. Found—A small buuch of kevs. The owner can have the sauie'by calling at the Graphic office. Jacob Melvin of Popl«r, Mont,, is-vis iting the family of his uncle, M. (i. Mar kell, in tiis city. FOR SALE—A good young work horse, weighing about 1,300 lba. Inquire of J. C. Dwyer, Williston, N. D. Married—By Judge Leon hardy in this citv, on Nov. 3d, ...

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. — 6 November 1902

,, I 3#v I i- By Copelakd & Ovebso*. N. DAK. WILLISTON. NIGHT ON THE GREAT DEEP. I gaze upon the darkened sky, Begemmed with many a silver star I hear the waves beat angrily fj Against the moonlit harbor-bar. No maiden's song from casteiled steep cNIght broods, a spirit o'er the deep. {"$*» .1 'eft the city by the shore, t« Yet see its distant blaze of light! 'D, angel. Death, yet brooding o'er Some happy home art thou to-night? I hear q'o mea-sured tramp of crowds- Naught tout the winds in 4- y^V* K' rattling shrouds. Je waves, that leap from Ocean's breast, Like giddy youth, thy strength and grace— And thou, fair moon, the proud Night's guest- Alone?—Nay, with thy smiling face! The shore recedes the hours pass by At sea from frier.dte, yet God is nigh! Why stake we on this life our all? The grave is waiting, dark and deep— If ye have God and joy ye've all There is of life! Those riches keep! trust ye to the Pilot's hand, Ere ye may reach the fair Home-land! —Arthur E. Smith, i...

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. — 6 November 1902

PROP. JACQUES LOEB. Considered One of the Gfeat Biolog ists of the Day. Ilia Study of (be Chemistry of Life Hat Astonished tlie World—May Leave Chicago and.Go to California. Dr. Jacques Loeb, professor of ex perimental physiology at the Univer sity "of Chicago, is now at San Fran cisco, where he has gone to pursue his researches, lie is the guest of President Wheeler, of the University of California, and there are rumors that great efforts will be made to induce him to accept a chair at Ber keley. President Harper was greatly dis turbed when his scientist received a call to the University of California a few months ago, and feared that Dr. Loeb w,ould go to the Pacific coast to remain. Dr. Loeb was of fered a magnificent sea aquarium if he would go.to California. This sea aquarium has been one of the facilities for his study that Dr. Loeb has wanted for along time, and he was much impressed by tne Cali fornia offec. The scientist has not been able to secure as many animals on which ...

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. — 6 November 1902

&V R. I. FILINGS, PROOFS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, PLATS, STROUD BROS. MERCHANTS. The cold winter winds have ar rived and so-have Stroud Bros.'s Our prices are. Stoves, Ranges and HOT TIME HEATERS. 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. Telephone No. 52. Williston, North Dakota. CALDEKWM1, C. I. MMHMII. V. 8. Comnittioier. Williston Land Co. ABSTRACTS. BELL. I B. CALMRWM1. SETTLERS LOCATED, MONEY LOANED, LANDS FOR SALE, HOUSES TO RENT. If you have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see us. Office Stewart's Building, Main Street. iH»»»m»»m»i»»mmi»»n»»»»n»HMii»m»mnnimii»niHH»mm»itmmt ...DEER HEADS... OR OTHEH TROPHIES TO WILLISTON'S O. A. EUPLE, "SBU. IP yOU WISH THEM MOUNTED UPM®ods. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. PRICES REASONABLE. i»iiiiiiiiiin»Kiim»mm»ui»»H»m»»i»»»im»minmnH»»nmimimniimiitt CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFEBHAN. Prop. ...

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. — 13 November 1902

-m fy,** -r n- l-P jv A- A 4 IE f- "A. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OK THE Board of Co. Commissioners OK WILLIAMS COUNTY, N. D. Williston, N. D. 9 a. in., Nev. 7th, 1902. Board of County Commissioners con vened as per adjournment. Commis sioner Parshall, Kowell and Westcott present. Chairman Westcott presiding. On motion, a proposition to light and water the court house was considered. On motion, a contract was made with J. A. Johnson and James Kennedy, their successors and assigns, for the use of 22 incadeecent lights of 16 candle power each at 25 cents per one thousand watts. Also agree to contract with the 6aid J. A. Johnson and James Kennedy, their successors or assigns, for water in the following described premises: In Williams County Court House in the Village of Williston, at rates established hy ordinance granting the 6aid J. A. Johnson and James Kennedy, their suc cessors or assigns. Which motion prevailed. 10 a. in. The following bids to fur nish county with thirty tons of coal we...

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. — 13 November 1902

?Nr 4 "fx h^1 rf" ST$ If' &t> %V' r:: t.s )y Sbc^iUisitou^rajjhit BR Copkland & OVKBSOa. n. WILLISTON. $i DAK. THE WAY OF IT. -A little child, he sobbed and cried, ,. Because he could not have the moon. iHls kind nurse, to console him, lied And said she'd get it pretty soon. But still above it shone serene It threw its beams his window through 's And mocked him with its silver sheen, And seemed to say: "I'm not for you." It was so fair, so round andbright That still for want of it he wept. .They had that trouble every night Until he got tired out and slept. .Poor little curly-headed lad! To be denied'so slight a boon! It really was almost too bad He could not have that pretty moon. But time rolled on, hewlsergrew "When childhood passed and boyhood came. He did not want the moon—he knew Quite well he could not have the same. But" now he has another plan, And time will prove to him its worth Now grown to be a whiskered man, It seems as if he wants the earth. —Chicago Iaily ...

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. — 13 November 1902

THE NEED OF FAITH. Julia Ward Howe Discusses Relig ious Education. Deplore* That So Many Young Per sona Are Growing Up in Ignor ance of the History and Contenta of the Bible. Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, the famous author of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," though now 83 years old, still takes an active part in religious life. Not long ago she made an address from, a Boston pulpit and to a recent issue of the Christian Register (Bos ton, Unitarian) she contributes a char acteristic paper on "The Religious Edu cation of the Young." She writes: "We Americans of the nineteenth century have passed through a period of strange revolutions, of metamor ph oses akin to those of the earthquake and volcano in the world of physical phenomena. At the beginning of the last century the old order of things as regards religion was only here and there partially abrogated. Its grip was still firm upon the average of our people, by whom religion was held to consist in a certain very unnatural way of thinkin...

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