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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 23 April 1903

FILINGS, 73©?* ISwsss ,.^ CONXESXS, INAL PROOFS, A S V. %& Williston, WilHafcw County, North Dakota. ...,' TELEPHONE N% I5FE B. & CALBEHWOOD, D. S. Cemmiwioner. CONTESTS, •iP i. E. R. BRQWNSON, I United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED, CQftftJPf ONDENCE SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. _... .^ Phone l^o't2. Office Phone No. 96. JAMES O'HEARN, GERVASE H. COULTER, U. S. Land Commissioner Justice of the Peace. Notary Public. THE PIONEER LAND AND LIVE STOCK COMPANY. This Company does a General Land Office business. Homesteads, Desert Claims and Coal Mines located. Town lots for sale. Can furnish script at lowest mar ket price. Locating and surveying a specialty. For further information call on, or address The Pioneer land & live Stock Co., Culbertson, Montana. rasfw DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. E. F. COX, U. 8. Commissioner J. C. DWYER. W FINAL PROOFS, CONTESTS, COLLECTIONS, RXL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERAGE. COMMISSIONS, H0MES7EAD FILINGS. GENERAL LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. J...

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 April 1903

jr m: feife: KV"' 1 Jt'"' H: THE NEWS RESUME DIGEST OF THE NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. Washington Notes. Minister Conger reports a Boxer up rising suppressed at Kutchin and ten arrests. Francis M. Seal a, first director of the Marine band, is dead at the age of eighty-four. The Salvadorean government will pay the judgment awarded in the case Of II Triumfo. The voluntary resignation of Civil Service Commissioner Foulke is looked for on the return of the presi dent. A movement is on foot to establish eastern, middle and western military divisions, each in command of a ma jor general. The timber on Chippewa reserva tions will soon be on the market. The tract comprises about 341,000 acres In the vicinity of Leech Lake and Win Bibigoshish. Postmaster General Payne has sus tained the action of First Assistant Postmaster General Wynne in order ing the posting at rural free delivery postoffices throughout the country of names of residents on the routes. Chief Constructor Bowles of the...

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 April 1903

Bl 0OX«EI.AND & OVERSOW. WILLISTONv N. DAK I THE PROFESSOR'S VALENTINE $ By CHARLES EUGENE BANKS $ (Copyright, 1908, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) ^T1 HERE never was a more delight fully mischievous girl than Mazie Appleby. Everybody in the boarding house liked her, and many were the plans and subterfuges invented by the boarders of both sexes to sit at her table. Mazie's only rival in this little colony of toilers in the big down-town office buildings was Grace Featherstone. There was an air of superiority in every pose of Miss Feathers tone's tall slender figure that spoke of family. It was pretty well understood among the boarders that the profes sor looked with eyes of adoration upon Miss Featherstone, although he seldom found courage to address her the simplest remark. For one who was supposed to know all the shades of English, from Chaucer down to Sidney Lanier, he was surprisingly diffident and retiring. He seldom ad vanced an idea, and blushed like a country schoolboy wheneve...

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 April 1903

THE PAY OF RULERS. King of Saxony Is the Best Paid of the Entire Let. Frealdeat of the United SUteaatlhe hot of the Lilt—finiperurt and KiD|i Are Expensive L«sarii!i. No president of the United States has ever been able to save a dollar out of his salary. It seems grange the chief ruler roust be obliged to leave his oflice a poorer man than when he entered upon his duties. Washington never accepted a penny of his salary and it cost him a large Bum tu jentertain while president. None of "his successors has followed his money-refusing precedent. But the country was poor when George Washington presided over its destinies. It has been differeut since. The United States has prospered won derfully, yet not only the president, but all the federal officers are poorly paid, considering their services and the salaries of state, countj' and city ofli cers. As to the president, persons ask in wonder if $50,000 a year is not suffi cient. They do not appreciate there is a great house to maintain,...

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 April 1903

«#',*• I' a S A E S Office: Opposite Great Northern Hotel. W. O Jones. Vl&Y> !«WRK. *TEE BOWLING ALLEY -KOfe- Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday afternoons, from 2 to 4 o'clock, the Alley will be open for the exclusive use of ladies and their escorts. Cigars and soft drinks will be kept in connection. Main Street, Williston, N. D. I A S To Dealers AT WHOLESALE PRICES. I will sell all ot'the leading brands of cigars to dealers at wholesale prices, thus saving Express or Freight charges. Mail Orders receive prompt attention. William Snyder, Williston, N. D. RANCHES AND LANDS, Solicitors I*. P. R. II. Lands. A-3lrloiiT »,n«l Insurance. JOWES~~BROS. Live Stock Commission BUFOR3D. N. D. DRAY LINE. MISSOURI RIVER ICE. [orses Boarded by Day or Week. Always the lead for BEST HORSES AND BUGGIES. Oldest and best Livery Burn in Williston John Heffernan. S. BOYD, Prop. TELEPHONE NO 76. WILLISTON, NORTH DAKOTA. CARY SAFE CO Buffalo, N. r., E, E. Jones. LIVERY, FEED AND STABLES. The Best of Rig...

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 April 1903

uj -i ttu *££. Brownell & MePhee. For a good Spring medi cine, try our Compound. For the best Spring Tonic, try our Beef, Iron and Wine. Brownell & MePhee. LOCAL ROUND-UP. MM. Nic Zirhes, of White Earth, was |n ii)t» cjtv yesterday. States Attorney Overaon made a trip to Mpnot yesterday on official business. Wm. F. J. Miles and Ernest Fewell were down from Rose Valley (Trenton) Monaay. R. J. Mc Arthur of Stroud was trans ecting business in the city a couple ot -days tiiis week. Frank Couts went to Poplar Tuesday, where he will take charge of tbe pump ing works (or the Ureaf Northern road. Mrs. M. E. Painter ,of Amboy, 111., sister of Mrs. Wdo]\yarii, arrived in Willistou yesterdav ^morning. and will remain with Mrs. Woodward for some time. A citizen'scaucus will be beld at the courthouae to-morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of nominating a full aet of town officers. Turn ont everybody". The election of village officers will take place next Monday, May 4th. For ...

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 April 1903

I JUST PLAY. Come on and bring your blocks, ana build them up And bring just all your playthings, Eyes o'-Blue Bring "Wags" and "Nigger Baby" and your cup, And ev'ry thing and right down here with you I'm going to sprawl right out and roll and play, And build your blocks to a high pyra mid WHEN 1 Now, this ain't peek-a-boo, It's not, I say: Now where has that wee mischief gone and hid? Where can she be? Well, now! she isn't there And not behind the curtains—I—don't Oh! peek-a-boo! I see you—I declare! Just sitting right down here plain as could be! But, with your hand before your eyes like that, How could I see you? I should like to know! Now let's take "Wags" in "Nigger Baby's" hat. And perch her on the blocks there now, just so! Now, Isn't that a picture? Clieops did No work to equal that, now, I'll be bound. When he erected his great pyramid. Which aits to-day on rods and rods of ground, And isn't even good to make a shade It's ir.ost too pyramiddy, don't you see? While this—the ...

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 April 1903

A,, CHILDLESS MOTHERS. They- Have Lost from Oat Their Llvei Sonetking That Cannot De Told in Words. The wife who has passed her many years of married life in childless moth erhood has lost from out that life a gTeatness and pleasure that she may not have realized at first, but that is brought home to her with redoubled force and meaning when she has passed the zenith of youth and is coming to understand that life is not perpetual youth. Keen anxiety and sorrow she may have missed, also. Yo4 it is also true that "it were better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." The childless mother has not known the depths of degradation to which a child can bring its parents, nor yet lias she known the most exquisite love and bliss. Neither has she known the anguish of the sting of death, when her fondest hopes have been laid low. She lias escaped great care and respon sibility, but she has lost from her life in her unalloyed joy more than she has escaped of sorrow. The mother...

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 April 1903

FILINGS, CONTESTS FINAL PROOFS, Williston, Williams County, North Dakota. Telephone No. B. M. CALDEKWOOD. FILINGS, PROOFS, E. R. BROWNSOIM, CONTESTS, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED. Williston, CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Residence Phone No 42. Office Phono No. 96 loneer Land Office. JAMES 0'HEARN, GERVASE H. COULTER, U. S. Land Commissioner Justice of the Peace. Notary Public. THE PIONEER LAND AND LIVE STOCK COMPANY. This Company does a General Land Office business. Homesteads, Desert Claims and Coal Mines located. Town lots for sale. Can furnish script at lowest mar ket price. Locating and surveying a specialty. For further information call on, or address The Pioneer Land I Live O. A. RUPLE, and Cnlbertson, Montana. V. S Commissioner. Williston Land PLATS, ABSTRACTS. DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. North Dakota. E. F. COX, U. S. Commissioner. J. C. DWYER. 04 .0 c«0«0«0( FINAL PROOFS, CON: ESTS, COLLECTIONS, RiAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERAGE. COMMISSIONS, HOMES)EAD FILINGS. GENE...

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. — 7 May 1903

VOL. 8. NO. 46- THE NEWS RESUME OIGE8T OF THE NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD* Washington Notes. The attention of the war depart ttent has been called, to the activity •f Oberlln M. Carter, formerly captain of engineers, confined in the prison at Vort Leavenworth, Kan., in acting as •s attorney in the preparation of cases And petitions of habeas corpus of pris oners who claim they are illegally con fined In the prison. The bulletin issued by the interstate commerce commission on railroad ac cidents for the three months ending Dec. 31 shows that during that period In train accidents 266 persons were killed and 2,788 injured. Accidents of other kinds bring the total number up to 938 killed and 11,873 injured. The damage to property amounted to |2, 466,066. Accidental Happenings. The manufacturing department of H. Schrerer & Co.'s carriage works at Detroit was damaged by fire to the/ oxtent of 1100,000. A quarter of the best business part of Fairbury, Neb., was destroyed by fire. ...

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. — 7 May 1903

rvg .1, llhc ^{listen draplm Bt COi'KLAN & OVEBSOH. WILLISTON^ N. DAK The Saving win of By CHARLES WILKES. (Copyright, INS. by Daily Story Pub. Co.) OLD Gep. Lawrence was the proud est man in all the commonwealth. Coming from a long line of distin guished ancestors, every generation of whom, had stamped the impress of their personality upon the public life of their day, with direct progenitors who had figured as leaders in the In dian wars of the colonists, signers of the articles of confederation, and the declaration of independence, soldiers in the war of the revolution, 1812, and with Mexico, and distinguished states men in the halls of legislation and the counsels of the nation added to this a splendid record as an officer in the great war of the rebellion—all these things combined to give the old soldier pride of family and self and a bear ing which, while it may have been at times a trifle trying to the more dem ocratic of his neighbors, was admitted by all to be to a grea...

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. — 7 May 1903

WHITE HOUSE EULER Mist Isabelle Hagner, Mrs. Roose velt's Social Factotum. Her Life Is Oae Round of Social Fame* tloaa Considered tojr Society Matron* the CleTereat Girl ia Watbingtun. Miss Isabelle Hagner, social secre tary to the wife of the president of the United States, is the one woman identi fied with the administration circle who has sailed through the arduous waters of the gayest social season on record and landed upon the shores of Lent as buoyantly energetic as in the begin ning of social days. Miss Hagner is a marvel of tact-ful ness and efficiency. She is to Mrs. lioosevelt what former Secretary to the President Cortelyou was to the chief executive, the power behind the throne, the invaluable friend, the pro moter of social harmony, the manual of social tactics and the smoother of the social way. Miss Hagner is not a Roosevelt prod uct. She belongs to Washington and is deep-rooted in the soil of smart so ciety: Miss Hagner was not more grateful to secure the position of...

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. — 7 May 1903

1= vtIV "M it J, Pf$' US"-'*4 I will Office: Opposite Great Northern Hotel, W ITONOII ,,wn". SHAFFER'S IgELEPJ^qft^ NO 76. •'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirr IOItr kadjes and Gentlemen. Tuesday afternoipns, from 2 tp4 d'islock* the Altar- witt be open for the exclusive bm of ladles andtbeiir toeerts. Cigars emd 90fc £$ink$ wiH be kep^ ifl connection. Main Street, Williston, N. D. I A S To Dealers AT WHOLE9ALB PRICES. sell HU Puffolo, of the leading brands of cigars to dealers at wholesale prices, thus saving Express or Freight charges. Wfttt ®?iW? receive prompt attention. Wilfiam Snyder, Williston, N. D. bajnchks and mifps, Solicitors IT. P. B. R. Landa. AooUI«nt and Ijllto Insurance. JONES BROS. Always in the lead tor BEST HORSES AND BUGGIES. Oldest and best Livery Barn in WilhHton. John rleffernan. Live Stock Commission BUFORD, Ptf BT B« JOIM AACKNAROAMTTIJMIMB Jf. LIVERY, FEED AND SALE STABLES. The Best of Riga, With or Without Driver. PRAY LINE. MISSOURI RIVER ICE. Horses Boarded by Day o...

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. — 7 May 1903

Brownell & McPhee. For a good Spring medi cine, try our Sarsaparilla Compound. For the best Spring Tonic, try our Beef, Iron and Wine. Brownell & McPhee. LOCAL ROUN1)-IIP. Bill? Gaas was down from Ray this week. E. O. Weetcott was up from Hofflum] the latter part of last week. Thou. Ewen waa amoog the bidders for school Jand leases Tuesday. Ole Thorsen was in attendance at the leasing of school lands Tuesday. Hulvor Thorsen of Hofflund was in the city a couple of davs this week. Attorney Overson made a business trip to Farito this week, returning yesterday. Andrew Noble and N. E. Prudhomme were Buford visitors in Williston last week., Geo. Hyde and Geo. Nohle were over from (he south side Tuesday bidding on school lands. We hav« a fine Victor sewing machine for sale cheap. Call at the Graphic of fice and see it. The board o,f county commissioners will meet again in tin adjourned session next Monday. Dr. B. H. Hardman of White Earth was a visitor in Williston a couple of days...

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. — 7 May 1903

A Predicament Rev. Henry M. Wharton (Copyright, 1W. by Mir Story Fab. Co., WAS sitting in our private car at the Terminal station, St. Louis, Mo. It urust have been half past eleven at night, aud such a night. All day a howling rainstorm had been beating down upon the city aud the night closed in with gloom and mud, witli pouring rain and driving wind. My partner had not come in, nor had the portei" both were late, and I 'Was beginning to be anxious about tkem. Scores of trains and shifting engines pass in and out of the great station—and often persons have been killed in getting across the network of tracks. As IVijsat reading, I felt a slight quiver of the car. My office door which' opens ori the hall running from end to end of the car and near wliich I was sitting had bfcen left opened. I listened eagerly. It could not be either of our party for tbey came always with $,,, well-known heavy 6tep. As I listened I heard distinctly a gentle knock at the front door. In stantly I went t...

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. — 7 May 1903

A r«mer*i G«od Storjr. Velpen, Ind., April 6th:—Wm. O'B. Sul livan, a highly respected farmer of this place, tell* a personal experience to s'aow that there is still some genuineness and hott est worth to be met with in this age in which •o many frauds are reported. "Yes, I have been humbugged." said Mr. Sullivan, "and when I was so ill with the Rheumatism, Kidney and Heart Trouble, I used a good deal of stuff that claimed to be remedies for these diseases only to find them worthless. "But, as you know, I did find the genuine remedy after all and I had not been taking Dodd Kidney Pills very long before I knew that they were an honest remedy that would do all and more than was claimed for them. They cured me, made a well man of me and I am now as sound as I ever was. I can testify that Dodd'a Kindey Pills are a genuine remedy for Rheumatism and Kidney ^rouble." Light ss the Subject. He—I suppose you are aware of the ten* der feeling I have for you? She—No I'm quite in the dtork. "Tha...

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. — 7 May 1903

Lffif PILINGS, iy CONTESTS, 4 FINAL PROOFS, SETTLERS LOCATED. ^jllistoii, Williams County, North Dakota. Telephone No. 12 XX L1CAIMRWOOD, U. S. Cenmiuioier. FILINGS, PROOFS, E. R. BROWNSON, United States Commissioner. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Residence Phone No*42. Office Phone No. 93. Pioneer Land Office. JAMES O'HEARN, GERVASE H. COULTER, JOHN H. MAGRAW, U. S. Land Commissioner Justice of the Peace. Civil Engineer. Notary Public. Attorney at Law. THE PIONEER LAND AND LIVE STOCK COMPANY. CONTESTS, This Company does a General Land Office business. Homesteads, Desert Claims and Coal Mines located. Town lots for sale. Can furnish script at lowest mar ket price. Locating and surveying a specialty. For further information call on, or address The Pioneer Land & Live Stock Co., Culbertson, Montana. PLATS, O. A. RUPLE, ALL WORK I I DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. E.9F. COX, U. S. Commissioner. J. C. DWYER. FINAL PROOFS. CONTESTS, COLLECTIONS, Ri AL ESTATE, STOCK ...

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. — 14 May 1903

-ESfta IF a 1 y-J -r /~®S •. a-" .'r»-''-J*t/. Waw^.' pun or icws CONDENSED NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. Frpm the Capital. Commissioner Richards leaves tor lilnaeeota soon and will examine into the work that has been done in clnssi- For the ten months of the present fiscal year forerment receipts exceed ed expenditures by $35,419,646. The war department has adapted a new sot of standards and regimental, tattattoa and other colors tor the army. The orate of the United States in the Alaskan boundary dispute has been delivered at the ritish embassy. It nlakea a volume of 650 pages. The Philippine ootnmisslon has put premium on matrimony by making •a lnorease of 916 (gold) per month la the salary allowance of married ofi cers of th* eosscabulary. Tk« remalfes of Alexahder-F. Shep vd, who died at Batopllas, Mexico, were burled at Washington recently. He was once governor of the district •ad was known as "Boss Sbepard." Tfca state department has been ad vised that the Salwftoran cong...

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. — 14 May 1903

SW} 3* OOl'KLAJF JL OVEHSON. WILL1STON, N. DAK The Mock Trial By PHILir MANILA. H(the ARBISON was hunting all over the ship to get some pieces of old rope to tear into strands and out of Which to manufacture a beautiful blond wig of long, wavy tresses. The ship was three days out of Hono lulu and still eight days from Japan, and, according to all time honored cus toms and traditions the psychological moment had arrived for the mock trial in the salon after dinner that night. Harrison had worked all day fixing up a case. He had picked La Verne as the proper victim for the defendant. La Verne was- tall and dark, with black eyes and mustache, and Harrison! thought he would make a fine defend ant for either a breach of promise case or wife desertion. He was popular with the women on board, considered the prince of good fellows in the smok ing room, and altogether what Har rison termed a "bright and shining mark." Dr. Martin, a young dentist going out to Shanghai, was to be the lady in t...

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. — 14 May 1903

3"^ h* Jolir anr' N .- ,• v*v J- TWO NEW ADMIRALS. Promotions of Capts. F. A. Cook and P- F. Harrington.' Botlh Have Excellent KceoriU and Are,: Worthy of the Promotion liltcy Ha^e Juat Received—Ons Ia a Hero of Santiago. The nominations of Capt. F. A. Cook and Capt. r. F. Harrington to be rear admirals in the navy were confirmed by the senate before its recent ad journment. Hear Admiral Cook, who commanded the cruiser Brooklyn in the Santiago naval battle with the Spanish, is an old seamgn of wide experience and a thor ough master of the theory and prac tice of navigation. He was born in Northampton, Mass., "in 1S43, was grad uated, front the high school of his na tive town, and was preparing for col lege at Dudley institute, when, Sep tember 20,1860, he received an appoint ment* to the naval academy, lie left the school then at NewpoVt, R. I., with the class of '63, and was assigned to [duty on the Sem|nole, thfeh engaged in blockading Texas! "Capt. Cook began service as ensign un...

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