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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 27 August 1897

r. .l/i. W W I ji^'-y. i*,! ft /f.-'wi-. t-0 -A Official Paper. VOL. 3- -NO. 8. Thp fiKAi'ino is entered at the Post Office at Williston, N. D.. as second class mail matter. BLISHKD EVERY I' KII)A\ AT WILLISTON. N. D. if,,. COlOCDA-NJV '/-, Kijitok County Directory. f^erlff-J,\ s. S. C'OSTKM.O. county Auditor—IITKM AN rountj' BOEHR. Treasurer—F. R. ZAIII,. Clerk of District Court—It. V. rounty Judge—E. SMITH. I-KONHARDV. licgister of Deeds-It. E. Fnci.n. toroner-E. V. B. ACKKtot.v". ljunt. cf Schools—Mns. M. A. BKKSH. bounty Surveyor—Oi.Ar Bmusu. I'ate's Attorney— N. A. HTF.U'A UT. UOAKtJ Of COUNTY COMM ISSIONliRH. 1st District—THOMAS jfl UCISGKSS. DISTRICT—E. T,. IUOOUK, chairman. Vj District— IloWAHD LAMI-MAN. Jjirectory for Town of Williston. TLIRSTI'.KS. F. R. Z.wir,, President. WM. Km: KM AN. JAMES KINO. Re»iilar meetings held first Tuesday of each FRANK Wit.n, Clerk. School Eoard, Special School District of Williston. WM. TURKMAN, President. E. LEONIIAKDV, W. R. MCCIIHSKKV. JO...

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. — 27 August 1897

.1 .1 •ii-- fl sttrfTYa, I Greatt %asuearty ChcSlViinstonSraiiluc R. H. Cofeland, Publisher. WILLISTON, N* And snatch the lady's purse. DAK THE WASP. The passengers were warm and tired. The air was thick with smoke They looked disgusted, sullen, cross None ventured jest or joke. A. lady with a pile of books, A boy and a servant girl, Stepped through the door, and in a trice All heads were in a whirl. The boy began to slam the books. And slap the patient nurse To pitch things through the crowded car,,. He clearly was an "only" child. For often she would say: "Now, Mary, do not tease the deai~ Just let him have hU way." The nurse repressed her rising tears The tyrant pulled her hair And screamed. The mother quickly said: "Don't tease him, Mary—there." A wasp flew in and settled down The boy reached out his hand: The nurse said: "Harry, it will sting His cry called forth command. With eyes half closed the mother said: "Now, Mary, let the child Have what he wants, and let me sleep— You ...

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. — 27 August 1897

THE NEW CUPID. lM ed at me without surprise, Sultft calmly and collectedly. freely could believe my eye* met eo unexpectedly. vJt he It was beyond a doubt, visible reality, trnr little wings were sprouting out Not granted to mortality. nut where the arrows, where the bow. Employed with such dexterity? The auiver, too?—I did not know. And asked in all sincerity. A frown appeared upon his brow. He answered me with chilliness: ••They're antiquated weapons now, To use them would be silliness. «r„r mortals grow, from year to year. More highly intellectual have some little missiles here That always prove effectual. I sling them forth—they're sterling gold: A few may miss, conceivably. But any heart that's hard or cold They damage Irretrievably." «nv force W of gold! O, Cupid, think The foul, debasing force It is! is this your boast?" He gave a wink, And answered: "Why, of course it is saw my chance when Cupid died. And seized it with avidity." »rhen who on earth are you?" I cried. He smil...

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. — 27 August 1897

•I! •v /i 4 Ji'Ji"'. P/i'H '.ii •'i IV if5]| -i. if '•it ••J ft •fit sif: '.'i *•&!•• 1 ,?••£5- s«or Additional JLHuLV.: OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS or ti nc Board of Co. Commissioners Ul'' WILLIAMS COUNTY, N. D. SI'ICCIA I, SsiESSrON. "Williston, N. D., Aug. IS, 1897. Board met pursuant to call. Present: Com'rs Lampman and Bur gess. Absent: Com'r Moore. On motion, Oonrr Burgess was chosen chairman pro tein. The object of the meeting being for the consideration of roads and bridges, the board proceeded to examine the bids presented for the construction of a bridge across the Muddy as per adver tisement. There was on!v one bid offered, as follows: E. V. B. Aekerman, for $2,4oS.27. On motion. Mr. Ackerman's bid was laid on the table for further considera tion. The report of road 57. On motion hi m. L\\ 'i fcviewers II. lv iisld, Douglas 131• 1! and C. M. Foss, ap pointed at the regular meeting in July to view road as petitioned for by Thus. Freeman and others, was duly consid ered, and o...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 3 September 1897

4- 0fficial PaPer- VOL. 3. NO. 9. America for Americans. A rhp GitAi'Hic is entered jit the Post Office at Willistou, N. D.. as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. II. COPELAND. EDITOI: County Directory. gherlff-JAS. S. COSTELLO. County Audltor-HERMAN ROEHR. County Treasurer—F. K. ZAIIL. Clerk of District Court—II. V. SMITH. County Judge-E. LEONHARDV. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIKMJ. fcoroner-E. V. B. ACKEUMAN.. gujit. of Schools—Hits. M. A. isknpn. County Survcyor^-OLAF lii:adit. jjjjRie'a Attorney—N. A. STEWAIIT. BOARD OF COUNTY CO 1ISS10 NE US. JSI District—THOMAS IJUISOEPB. 1 District—E. L. MOOKK, Chairman SJ District— HOWARD LAMPMAN. directory for Town of Williston. TRUSTEES. P. R. Zaui., President. WM. FREEMAN. JAMES KING. pesr.lar meetings lield lirst Tnorcday of each *-:ntli. FRANK WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FREEMAN, President. E. LEONKARDV, V/. It. MOCHESXEY. JOHN HEFFERXAX, E. A. SHARP. K. It. COI'ELA...

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. — 3 September 1897

]|f v, V' ii£ U'ts h\ 1:1 5 is 1 •lf:, I S I m.g 1® ^hr^'mistoB Graphic R. H. Copeland, Publisher. WILLISTON^ N. DAK. GIRL IN THE CALICO GOWN. When it's aoon on the field, And we're stretched in the shade Where the salt meadows yield To the cool of the glade, Where the spring bubbles sweet. And the thrush whistles blithe. And there's rest from the heat And the whirr of the scythe. She comes with the dinner pail swingings A queen with a sunbonnet crown, And the thrush takes his aote from-feer singing— The girl in the calico gown, ffvot a lily that blows Has a half ol" h«r gratft, *And the red of the rose Is the blush of her face, .And the blue of iher eyc Is the blue of the deep, 'When the wind leaves the sky And the waves are asleep. •Her foot is as light, on the grasses, As a leaf that the breeze flutters down, .And the blossoms'bow low as she passes— The girl in the calico gown. And she scarce throws a glanca At the spot where I stand, For her ''pa" looks askance At the lovcof a "...

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. — 3 September 1897

UHOST FAIRIES. •Tien the open Are is lit, In the evening after tea. Then I like to come and sit Where the fire can talk to me. Fairy stories It can tell, Tales of a forgotten race— Of the fairy ghosts that dwell In the ancient chimney place. They are quite the strangest folk Anybody ever knew, Shapes of shadow and of smoke Living in the chimney flue. ••Once," the fire said, "long ago. With the wind they used to rove, Gypsy fairies, to and fro, ever Camping In the field and grove. "Hither with the trees they came Hiding In the logs: and fiere. Hovering above the flame. Often some of them appear.** go I watch, and, sure enough, I can see the fairies! Then, Suddenly there comes a puff— Whish!—and they are gone again! .Frank Dempster Sherman, in Youth's Companion. CflPTflIN CLOSE BY CAPTAIN CHARLES KING. [Copyright, 1894, by J. B. Lippiccott Co.] XII. The Christmas holidays were coming on at Walton Hall, where, sore stricken, its mistress lay hovering- between life and death. Two weeks ...

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. — 3 September 1897

lr M' I I I'P 'I i.:\. I :fe £7- i& 1 :ip J." .j. 'hi 1. if-' I- :'J' I" 1 It 1 Xl'i .i i: rm 5 F- vj'V '"I 'f t-i I WW g»» ill II \«}r Wv i: /F it ft*' ifr' p"*' 9 ri MEASURING THE EARTH. Xhe MoantalH and Star* Arc Both Called I«to I'te by A«tronomer«. Tie longest distance ever encom passed by the human vision, so far as the records go, is 1S3 miles, between the Uncompahgre peak in Colorado, and Mount Ellen, in Utah. This feat was accomplished by the surveyors of the United States coast and geodetic survey, who are now engaged, in con junction with representatives of other nations, in making a new measure ment of the earth, says the Philadelphia Kecord. The observers on the Pacific coast have been able to signal from Mount Shasta to Mount Helena, a distance of 390 miles, but have never been able to get a response. Between the two other peaks communication has been continu ous for an hour or more on several oc casions, The Uncompahgre is 14,300 feet in height, while Mount Ellen ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 10 September 1897

•Official Paptr. VOL. 3. NO. 10. The (iuAVHiu is entered at the Post Office at "'illistbii, N. P.. as second class mail njatter. 'i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. isr. £. II. COI'ELAND. EDITOR. County Directory. 3heriff-JA3. S. COSTEI,J.O. fountY-Ataditor-HERMAN ROEHR. founiy Treasurer—F. R. ZAHI,. tlerk of District Court—II. V. SMITH. fcounty Judge-^E. LEONHAIIUY. ftegister of Deeds—it. E. I' 1l. n. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. iuDt. tf Schools—Mhb.M. A. BEROH. feeunty surveyor—OI.AK £:Iiool BERGII. .lute's Attbrnpy-N. A. STEWART. As" BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. District—THOMAS BUKCIESS. I$ DISTRICT—ELJ. MOOR®, Chairman £C! district— HOWARD LAMPMA DIRECTORY for ^OWN of Williston. Tr.l'HTEi:*. F. R. ZA'H'U President. W.M. FREEMAN JAMES KING. Regular meetings lield first Tuesday of each D,,tli FRANK WILD, Clerk. Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FREEMAN, President, E. LEOXHAKDY, W. R. MCCHKSSHY. JOHN HEFKEII.NAN. E. A. SHARP. R, II. COPELANDI Clerk. CLINTON HEDD...

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. — 10 September 1897

•U' J.! flftl IS 1 4 *r$, p-m 5 f/ jS^ fc, -U 1: I f!T I "ft Ml it (The ^ViUtoton (JvaiJhic R. H. COPELAKD, Publisher. WILLISTON^ N. DAK THE LAST oe TORPEDO- BY VALTER WOOD. B€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€e€€€€€«€€«9 N it O. 90, first-class torpedo boat, was doing the very best within her power that is to say, she was making 18 knots, and at that speed she jumped and rattled like a tiling of life in evil mood. One day out from Gibraltar, running home for overhauling and refitting. No. 90 had met a gale from the north­ west. To turn and seek shelter at the rock would be as dangerous, her com mander argued, as to go ahead, and would incur the risk of allegations of poor seamanship and suggestions that he feared to face a breeze and, being a sensitive man. he dreaded either. 1o go ahead in weather like that was to travel in constant fear of foundering, while to heave to with such a craft as No. 90 was to be overwhelmed in the tempestuous waters. "We're between the det?p sea and the devil with a venge...

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. — 10 September 1897

THE RIGHT ROAD. hive lo«t th* road to happlnesa— Doeaanreno know it, pray? "*•3 dwelU i.j there when the morn was 1 '»Ir* But aomehow I wandered away. *j gaw rarcj treasures In scenes of pleas ures, And ran to pursue them, when, lo! had lost the path to happiness, And I know not whither to g-o. wr have lost the way to happiness— Oh, who will lead me back?" Turn off from the highway of selfish ness To the right—up duty's track! jjeep straight along, and you can't go wrong, For as sure as you live, I say, The fair, lost fields of happiness Can only be found that way. Ella. Wheeler Wilcox, in Good Cheer. CAPTAIN CLOSE 0Y CAPTAIN CHARLES KING. ^Copyright, 1894, by J. B. Lippincott Co.] XIII. Confined to her bed and room as was Madam Walton, and only vaguely alive to what might be going on in the house hold—for there were days when she lay dull and apathetic, yet mercifully spared from suffering—it was Esther's duty and fondest care to minister to her mother's needs even at a time when h...

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. — 10 September 1897

ij ,* 'i iff I 1 v®:' mnm H{J S 1f ffic' '*1 1 :i METHODS HERE AND ABROAD. *VaN of Steering Uoatu In Knglnnd, France anil Germany. A comparison of the different meth ods of doing vihat is practically th« same thing1 in various parts of t'he world is both interesting and amusing to the thoughtful observer, says Caasier's Magazine. On American ferryboats the import is well known of the "ting-ting" •or "jingle-jingle" of the bell by which the man ini the wheelhouse communi cates with his fellow mortal in the en gine room. On the Thames, hlowever, it would be considered practical!ly im possible to convey information in this manner, and the captains of the small paddle steamers on that stream stand the paddle boxes and sing out: "Ease 'er!" "Back 'er!" etc., apparently to nobody in particular, while these in teresting remarks are promptly repeat ed in shrill tones by a small boy into a speaking tube which communicates with the lower regions. On the Seine, in France, this process is simpl...

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. — 17 September 1897

jf Tli1 5 "Official Paper. \\f J_ is entered at the Poet Ofliee sit ('"1"I-' i) ,1'.: second cliiss mail matter. V-* """"OUBMSHEI) 1' Jtl 13 A1 WILLISTON. N. D. COl'KI^VM) •ir l\c. 'OSTI:U.O. Auditor—ILKUMAN 1101:1 JSDITO! County Directory .:. ?I or-K K. ZA,„. l- ii.('."C-K. LI:OXIIA i'.!Y. ntm. V. 15. A( KltMAX. 5refSohool»-MKS. A. Uini-m. I'ouut)' surveyor—Oi.iF l.i-.ia.n. Pattoracy-2J^L A 30AKD OP ccuvrr COM MI S310 Hits. Tjstri• t—THOMAS Bi-urmss. ii^|siri«:l-E. I" j. ict-lIOWAHI- LAStPMA!,-. Rectory for Town of VTHU^on. ''It- TIM'STKr.S. It. ZAHI.. President. WM. FKEKMAX. :KS KIN* ryu'iir mtxiiiu.g3 ludd first Tuesday o'. KKASI: Wn.n, Clerk ^utli. •:hool Board, Special School Distr of Williston, WM. FREEMAN. HEFFEP-XAX, S. A. SHARP. Let President. K. LEOXHAKDV, V7. R. MCCHESXEV. JOHV R. H. COPELAXP, Clerk. CL.IXTON I E l'IILCII. WillUton, North Dakota. Tresis. Willicton Free Reading-Rooin. OFFICERS. HEEDERICH ..President If vice President Secretary b. B. 1 raisurer Trustees—R. ...

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. — 17 September 1897

»*\. •i-'! if: '"I S 5 ?. •i ii 'M/ r: it iiill 1 Hi Sfl |v'J il 1 I 2 J.#?* -YFV :?r. ,' R. ®hc WiHtotM Graphic R. H. COPELAND, Publisher. WILLISTON, N. DAK. NEW YOKK printers have under con sideration a plan to lease a tract of land near the eity on which the unem ployed of their craft may raise vegeta bles, fruit and other farm products that are always in demand in the mar kets. They believe that the experiment under good management will be sure to succeed. Wor.KMKS in a sugar house at Oak lawn, Irish Bend. La., are puzzled to account for several explosions that have occurred there when some hand has tiwd to enter the vacuum pail through a manhole with alighted lan tern. The explosions have been simi lar to explosions of fire damp and they have blown out portions of the roof. A NEW system of studying a foreign language has been introduced by a Parisian teacher. Two thousand pu pils of French schools have entered in to a regular correspondence with the same number of English pupil...

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. — 17 September 1897

^CULTURAL HINTS THE CORN HARVEST. Ilir Ibor-" DvvicoM Have Made It* tJ|lf ieP |nif Easy. I ,still" the corn crop is being •TflVVCS lluf E easier every year by nnprove Inbor-saviiig machinery and liar [(ie casie i""1 IU Large commercial crops are Jd ai'nl' left in straight rows by improved corn harvester, while the I' nTpliceil in shocks or stooks of on bundles to cure are then drawn ll'barn aiul run through the shred- Virmers who cannot afford the Land improved machinery or who 1 small areas of corn, cut by sled nstrated below, or by hand cutter. •irnifu'* tlllis cut have to be Iprov tie'] 'ui!es, various materials being Li for this purpose, some using two 1 three cornstalks, others a small .1{ui of long, strong straw, swamp I or willows. But whether cut by ,-ed machinery or by hand cut- he iarjre bundles, shocks or stooks t0 be° securely fastened to with Ind the fall wind and storms. T. make corn cutter, as portrayed Jre«ith, make a platform with run |s?ix feet long and two inches ...

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. — 17 September 1897

Additional Locals. proceedings of th.e Board of Educa tion of Williston Special Schodl district Willistcn, X. P.., Sept. 14, 1697. Board met in regular session. Present: Trustees Freeman, Leon iiardy and Heflernan. Absent: Trustees Sharp and McChes jey. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. On motion of Trustee I.eonhardv, sec onded by Trustee lleflfernan, the teacher in the primary schoolwas given permis sion to dismiss the little children under her care, in the morning and afternoon, .'.o minutes earlier than the usual t'ime, if she deems it advisable. On motion of Trustee Le.onln'.nly, ihe president and Trustee lleileyuau Ivere instructed to provide a tlag-staff for the main school building, with an Attachment for hoisting and lowering the Hag. On motion of Trustee Iletfernan, Trus tees Leonliardy and rJcChesnev were appointed a committee to draft a resolu tion of thanks to Mr. Clinton Iledderich fer the liberal donation of forty books ic'the school library, and a Hag 6...

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. — 24 September 1897

METZGEU PaPer- VOL. 3. NO. 12. Ti.pGit wiuo is entered at the Tost Ollice at fl'lllistoii. N- second class mail matter. PUBLISHED KVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. II. COPKLASD. EUITOU, County Directory. IherUI'-JAB. S. COSTKI.I.O. County Auditor—IIHIOIAK ROIJIK. bounty Treasurer—F. it. ZAiii., Clerk of District Court—II. V. SMITH. T'ountyJudge—E. LF.ONIIAUDV. Register of Deeds—II. IS. FlEi.b. Coroner-K. V. B. ActtrctbiAN. of RcIiOois—Miw. M. A. limuili. f-oniity Surveyor—OI.*!R UNISON. Site's Attorney—N: A. STICWAKT. BOAIU OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—THOMAS BUKGICSS. FC,I District—E. L. MOOKK, Chairman 3D District—IIOWAHD IJAMPMAN. directory for Town of Williston. ItlTfeTElis. F. It. fi.un., President. \V)1, FltKEMAN. JAMI:?. KINO Regular meetings held Hist Tuesday of ouch JJJOYTH. FKANIC WII.D, Clerk. ffciool Board, Special School District of Williston. Wji. FI:EI:MAN, President. E. LEO.VHAKDY, W. P.. 1CCHI-:S.\EV. JOHN HEFKEKNAN, E. A. SUA HI'. It. li. COPULANJ), Clerk. ...

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. — 24 September 1897

1 be K?ilIist0tt topbic •R. H. COPELAND, Publisher. WILLISTON] N. DAK. THE object of the new home for working1 girls just opened in Denver, Col., is to give comfortable quarters to young women who are working for 6uch slender wages as $4 or $5 a week. Furnished rooms are offered for only $2 a month. There are pleasant recep tion rooms, to which all working girls are freely invited and the home, which has 32 rooms, has already 15 inmates. J. PIERFONT MORGAN puts $100 in the contribution plate every Sunday morn ing, and has given §1.000,000 to the New York Lying-in hospital. His benefactions are said to reach §50,000 a year. Peorge Peabody's fad was the promotion of education. Ilis gifts amounted to more than §10,000,000. Asa Packer had the same fad, his bene factions amounting to about §4,500,000. He founded Lehigh university. A Louox paper claims lat teak is the most durable wood known for structural and mechanical purposes. It is hard, yet light, easily worked, and, though porous, ...

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. — 24 September 1897

Sf) ENTERTAINED A PRINCE. 1 T0JB1Yto The WOODBURY went into the hotel purchase a copy of "Town {jc»ndal," and he saw liantl Burbank standing" near an onyx column con versing" with a man of unusual appear ance. stranger was swarthy, with bristling combed The frock niably. and black might Tommy walked over to speak to Rand, and his real object in doing so was to be presented to the stranger. "Hello, Rand. Still in town?" "Hello, there, Tommy. Yes, I shan't pet away for several days. How's the boy?" "Quite well, thank you." There was an embarrassed pause. The lordly person with the foreign clothes smoothed his gloves and looked at the front door. The younger Bur bank mumbled at something to say and Tommy, perceiving that he was not to be presented, smiled a mean ingless smile and passed on to the news stand. He was exceedingly warm and somewhat indignant. It was evident that Rand Burbank did not choose to make the foreign person acquainted with his Chicago friends. He was go ing- to ke...

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. — 24 September 1897

'Ji. CYCLISTS AND COLD BATHS. Physician** View n* l» the Propet Tliue to ludnlge. A physician, who is himself a wheel p.an of several years' experience ami v.ho }ius also devoted great attention to oilier athletics, lays down this gen eral pri)lKJS»it»on: "Never take a cold Huh wheai you are tired." lie points out that the "'renter the exercise the irore poisonous waate material is cre ated, and that :i cold bath does not as sist the skin in getting: rid of this prod \ict, h«?reas a warm bath does. The doctor adds: "When you take a cold batli you de ]•(. tut upon the heart to bring about re act ion. If this heart be already tired by the long- ride it may not te strong ettongh to I)rni4f about reaction, and the blood and its waste material may iiot be brought to the surface. Inter na! congestions may follow, and, a.s 1 have seen in two cases, death may en sue. It. matters not how hot you may Le, how much you may be jjerspiring, t!it colli bath is harmless provided al ways the heart, ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
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