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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 7 January 1904

jl X* it R. C. COPKLAND, Publisher. N. DAK. WILLISTON. From the Days of the Gladiator $ $ •BBESBBBSaBBKBSBSSa ByHAKRT UWUNCI BAKU (0af7riftfct,lM^bj Daily Story Fab. OoO Jthe iHB crowds were filing oat of the great temple after the ceremonies holiday, and it was a happy populace, for had not Bimellah, the high priest, 'only an hour before ab solved them from all their sins by of fering a sacrifice to the sun-god of the blood of 20 slaves, whose hearts, cut out by the high priest's own hand, had been piled on the altar stono dripping with blood, and the fires had consumed them quite, and with the vapors that arose fled all their sins and trespasses. The chariots rattled by, the children sported under the date-palms, ai-d never had the sun seemed to shine so brightly on all Egypt as to-day. But in one home there was no rejoicing, uo gayety, for a woman's perfidy had de stroyed the chastity of a home, sold a man's honor for gold, and left him desolate by fleeing with another Da ronda, ...

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 January 1904

as* i® !,-•" -'i£ MM*. ii' K-Cf" .ii Vf A LIFE WELL SPENT. Why Edmund Clarence Stedman Is Young at Seventy. Ha PlMti tli* Welter* of Hla Fallow Melt Akove Hla Owa Comfort—A rise gpeelMCB of Ti«» Amerlcaa Manhood. Brect and lithe, hU eyes sparkling and his wit as ready as ever, Edmund Clarence Stedman accepted the birthday congratulations of his friends recently.. The threescore and tenth milestone of his life had been left behind. Time has been merciful to the famous scholar poet. Mr. Stedman celebrated the event by a day of downright hard work. It is this work, he said to a New York Her ald representative, that keeps him young. In his early youth Mr. Stedman gave promise of becoming one of America's foremost scholars. Family councils de cided, however, that his lot should be cast in the busy world of Wall street. He became broker and banker, but dur ing the years he wrestled with financial problems he never lost fiis love for the beautiful. His poems attracted more and more attenti...

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 January 1904

s%fV *l JN& man Cvr ?3VV W ivtyi hV vj',V && Crr i'i:- I/1''f. V' V4' fS P' W m, Sh I fS, p~ I I I'- r. W& %. i" OntClFirst Door South of Post Office. mil You will Find a Full Line of 1' Pr. 7- *t "V Real Estate. Mitchell Wagons, Mitchell Buggies, Triumph Q-ang Plows, Triumph Sulky Plows, Moline Breaking Plows, Moline Stirring Plows Moline 'Good Enuft" Sulky Plows, Moline "Flying Dutchman" Gang Plows. A Full Line of Builder's Hardware, and .V ./—•/•" Right Prices ,\ /. .. at CEO. E. LITTLEFIELD. Farm Lands, Ranch Lands, Coal Mines. Desert Claims or Irrigable Lands Can Furnish You Locations. Relinquishments. See me for Timber Land-. If you want the best and want it cheap, do not fail to see me. I can save you money. Contracting and Building also. Address, Hoffland, Nesson or Ray, N. D. WE WILL MAKE YOUR PROOF AND LOAN YOU THE MONEY WITH WHICH TO MAKE PROOF. We also do all kinds of land business. We do it in a busi ness like manner and can please you. We handle Script ...

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 January 1904

U--T \lht -».iJj«-- 1 &-M&. life ,\™Va *'!?'*. 'r ""I /V I ", Uu^, It is a satisfaction for you to know that we have the most complete stock in the city. See our fancy and plain tablets, box station ery, invitation and regret cards, visiting cards, en velopes, etc. We also have the largest stock of school tablets, note books, pencils, pens, etc. S. BROWNELL, Drnggist. Telephoiu No, 82. Willigten, N. I. LOCAL ROUND-UP. Dr. VanDyke has rented his store building in the Union Block to a gentle man who will put in a clothing and boot and shoe store. A new postotfice named ''Stordahl" bas been established in this county, about fifteen miles northeast of Ray, W'itli E. O. Salveron as postmaster. A bran new baby girl presented her self at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Maclrenroth in this city last evening. Who sava that "Mack" bas no right to "blow his horn?" Rey. T. A. Taylor, formerly of this place, but more recently located at Granville, east of Minot, is not prosper ing well wi...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 7 January 1904

Pi® Ifc PHtfo i. A SACRIFICE ttSSP "I" By MAJLCUS D. .BOWERS TWO iM^lrlMljIMTMbOM fair wotonen sat on the veranda of "Anchorage" villa, adding their quota of beauty and coloring to an ideal aummer picture. The elder woman was but a matured prototype of her vivacious young daughter. .... Mrs. Grace Bernard did not raise her eyes from a bit of embroidery on which $$f\* she: was making a pretense of working Ip^Vv when she made the simple announcement jp« Mia $fe ?jp.] V~ that "Mr. Russell Hudson, an pld friend from the city, was iat the Billow hotel for ...a short stay, and in all probability they would see quite a good, deal of him "You see, dear," she went on to explain, very indifferently of course, "he and I were friends when I was.a young girl— younger even than you, Grace, for I was a mother at your age, and—well, haven't seen him for 20 years." "Oh, then he is an elderly man—" "Yes, that is, if you consider me el derly, but," blushing slightly, "I am only 38—not so old. Now I ca...

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 January 1904

IT is the privilege of a queen to be ministered to by ladies in whose veins flows some of the noblest blood among her subjects and when, in Queen Alexandra's case, she can call each aristocratic servitor a per tonal and devoted friend, bound to her as much by ties of affection as of loy alty, she is indeed to be envied. There is perhaps no greater lady in all peerage than the duchess of Buccleuch, who is proud to be mistress of the robes to her majesty. The daughter, sister, wife and aunt of duke's, she has every qualification tor her office which exalted rank can give her and when we add to this that •he is tall, stately and handsome, a queen of society and a woman of rare charm and many gifts, and that she was an intimate friend of our late iueen,*as she is of Queen Alexandra, I DUCHESS OP BUCCLEUCH. (Ulitreu of the Robes to Her Majesty, Queen Alexandra.) It is clear that she has exceptional qualifications for her high office. The mistress of the robes is chief of all the queen's ...

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 January 1904

'm,,m*^:f'^ •'''"•'•H- —E0B— FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, Telephone No. 12 Office: Opposite Great Northern Hotel. FILINGS, PROOFS, A, Ky I i' S£ i' IJ' 1 f^ii!»:i'¥ SHAFFER'S ..V BOWLING ALLEY V, Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday afternoons, from]2 to 4 o'clock, the Alley will be open for the exclusive use of ladle* 4 and their escorts. Cigars and soft drinks will be kept in connection. Main Street, Williston, N. D. E. R. BROWN SON, United States Commissioner. I SETTLERS LOCATED. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Office One'Block'North'ofiPost'Offlce. Phone 91 CARY SA EjCO. Buffalo1 N. Y.f U. S. A. 4.XVFACTWJMER8 VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. Pioneer Land Office. Williston, Williams County, North Dakota. JONES BROS. CONTESTS, Live Stock Commission BTJFORD, N. 11. CALDERY'IIID, C. E. BOOTH ROY#, li. S Commissioner. Williston Land Co. PLATS, Sufe'-:-3i• .i v* 1 1 DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. E. F. COX, U. S. Commissioner. 3TJ. C. DWYER. ...

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 January 1904

jjte 4. -«a t/W -JW -V JTPL $u, •I v.-' .* :m^\ *1 life fe&j PiU? W. m£^ & S'l&^fjT.'1 Mlg* ffe Ik f&z- £."V" -t ha THE NEWS RESUME EVENT8 OF THE PAST WEEK IN A CONDENSED FORM. From the Capital. It is predicted that national legist* tion during the remaining months of the session practically will be confined to Panama, appropriations and state hood. The sceretary of the treasury has forwarded a letter to the house recom. meding an appropritiori of $25,000 for new elevators in Minneapolis public building. Exactly 150,828 pension certificate# were issued for the calendar year 1903% which is 25,000 more than were issued in 1902, and nearly 50,000 more than were issued in 1901. Representative Buckman has recom mended A. Swanson for reappoint ment as postmaster at Royalton, Minn. O. J. Buckley for reappointment at Delano, Minn, and H. G. Ingersoll for reappointment at Brainerd. Edward Chard will succeed himself as postmaster at Belle Plaiine, Scott county Minn. The recomm...

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 January 1904

I 'pA M&fc: •iife fe la-: I R. c. COPKLAND, Publisher. AVILLISTON. N.. DAK. UNCLE HENRY'S OPTIMISM. don't pretend to say that things right here below, •tM.- 1 are all There's few folks that have angels' wings, there's gobs of sin and woe The man's a fool that shets his eyes and says there's nothing wrong It ain't the good chap gits the price, unless he's big and strong This here old world ain't heaven ytt, it's full of wrongs to-day— But I've the faith to think we'll git 'em straightened out some way. I don't uphold the man who stands around and talks of love And sort of folds his peaceful hands and thinks that up above There's One who guides us, wet or dry, who's plannln' fer us here And who will reach out by and by and make sin disappear— I don't believe that kind of stuff, but I be lieve some day .We'll have the'grit and wit enough to clear the wrongs away. I don't deny that God is there—He may be watchin', too But don't let's leave to His kind care the work we ought to. do. ...

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 January 1904

A TALK ABOUT GUAM. Little Island in the Pacific Is an Interesting Spot. People Are Iadutrlou end Glad That Uncle Sam Owns the Island— Cauti That Made Agau ai Important Town. The only good map that has yet been made of the island of Guam is the result of a government survey and has been published by the war department The little sketch map shown here is a reduc tion from it, and the map will interest many because very few people have as yet any idea of the form of the island, which is shown in the atlases scarcely larger than a dot. In a rough way the island may be said to resemble in form the sole of a shoe. It is only 29 miles long and from three to ten miles wide, with an area of about 160 square miles, or seven times as large as Manhattan Island. It is the most southern of the chain of the Ladrones or Marianne islands, which stretches 420 miles north and south. All the other islands belong to Germany, but they are very small, and Guam is the largest and most important of the grou...

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. — 14 January 1904

,*1?^ OFFICE:—First Boor South of Poet Office. East "t $ Sf?* V?®* *^"5 .^V^s f, v-s "f Yti:^.^ You wiiVFind a Full Line of Mitchell Wagons, Mitchell Buggies, Triumph Gang Plows, Triumph Sulky .Plows, ... Moline Breaking Plows, Moline Stirring Plows Molme 'Good Enufl" Sulky Plows, A Moline "Flying Dutchman" Gang Plowa A Full Line of Builder's Hardware, and Right Prices at WEST WOODMAN'S. GEO. E. LITTLEFIELD. Real Estate. Farm, Lands, Ranch Lands, CoalMines. Desert Claims or Irrigable Lands Can Furnish You Locations, Relinquishments. See me for Timber Land".. If you want the best and want it cheap, do not fail to see me. I can save you money. Contracting and Building also. Address, Hofflund, Nesson or Ray, N. D. WE WILL MAKE YOUR PROOF AND LOAN YOU THE MONEY WITH WHICH TO MAKE PROOF. We also do all kinds of land business. We do it in a busi ness like manner and can please you. We handle Script and can make you good terms on anything from one acre up. Buy the vacant forty near yours, ...

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. — 14 January 1904

^SNi lltlf^Si '.' -'-& *f '&M «r. -v •,yV vt-J- V- 0 V~"' '.:Jfe. *.* vT .--y LOCAL ROUNJMil'. W. D. Gillespie is tbe promoter of a farmers' in&titiue at Ray. M. O. Coleman is confined to his 4bome £Jth A severe case of sore throat. G- 'Schell of Springorook was a to«inMB visitor in Williston last Wed ^esdHy. ."portedin Williams couuty. 1 '•'-V-''.:r l" '.r, Altornejr E. F. Cox, who has been "esBt to spend hin holidays, returned to 'bis post of duty last week. ,--• ?h®*e.are fifteen CHSHS of scarlet fever ^Dd fourteen cases of small-pox re- Mrs. Gertrude Diehl is organizing a •class in music end would be pleased to meet and explain her methods to any *tfne in need of a teacber. and Mrs. John Fagan's oldest ""Cliild, Electa, axed three years, died of scarlet fever last Monday. The keenest sympathy of the community is exieaded the bereaved parents. Eddie Bruegger left Tuesday evening for St. Paul,. where he will enter upon *PPF*iiti!e«bip in the machinist bus iriess in tbe...

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. — 14 January 1904

^•r v/ IS W'jS mit ADDRESSED :TO A HAT Monologue Giving the History of a Love Alfdr. ^^-••••••••••eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeo VpiMB, the present day. Scene, the fl:'i chateau of Baroness de Varjolls, 'f-Z just outside of Paris. •, Baroness de Varjolls entering and con tinulng to talk through the door: "Until later, then, have a good time. No, you cannot persuade me to go with you, I am rather tired. Good-by. (Coming down to the middle of {he stage). There, they're gone at last! Gone for a whole hour that means an hour's rest and quiet for me. But they did seem dreadfully apxious that I should go with them. "I should hare had to dance, to open the ball, anyway and M. de Ludre would have been sure to ask me to dance with him. And talking of M. de Ludre, where did I put his letter? I won der if he thought I would read it—I am perfectly furious with him,. Did anyone ever hear of such insolence?" Taking the letter from her pocket, she starts to tear it up, then, changing her mind, throws It on 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. — 14 January 1904

JMrs. Weisslitz, Buffalo, N. Y*. cared of kidney trouble by LydiaB. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Of all the diseases known with which the female organism is afflicted, kidney disease is the most fatal. In fact, un less prompt and correct treatment is ap* plied, the weary patient seldomsurvives. Being fully aware of this, Mrs. Pink ham, early in her career, gave careful study to the subject, and in producing her great remedy for woman's ills— Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made sure that it con tained the correct combination of herbs which was certain to control that dreaded disease, woman'skidney troubles. Bead What Mrs. Weisslitz Says. "DKAB MRS. PINXHAM :—For two years my life was simply a burden, I suffered so with female troubles, and Soctoracross ains my bad' and loins. The told me that I had kidney troubles and prescribed for me. For three months I took his medicine, but grew steadily worse. My husband then advised me to try Lydia E. Pink barn's Vegetable Compound, and...

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. — 14 January 1904

r*' i'Q. M. •Mdn'Btroet w*#l sSfe mst Williston, Williams County, •tSki W rV,i North Dakota. Telephone No. 12 Office: Opposite Great Northern Hotel. "W. Jonea. FILINGS, PROOFS, Pi SHAFFERS* i:'t 4^ **& •&&!• Hamm Ladies and Geifttlcsmen/^J Tuesday afternoons. from 2 to 4 o'clock, the Alley-will be open (or the exclusive use of ladle* '"SStev "•.••.••• and their escorts. ?,V-:-" ,. *it bMCiears and soft drinks will be kept in connection At j?K, !l^BiclSI®WilHia,N. E. R. BROWNSON, United States Commissioner. FILINGS, DEEDED LAND CONTESTS, v, LISTED ^-s^? FINAL PROOFS, /J FOR SETTLERS LOeATED^iM?S f^fs SALE. CORRESPONDENCE 80UCITED. Williston, ... North Dakota. Office One Block'North of PosCOfflce. Phone 91. CARY^A E CO Buffalo, J. T., V, S, A, J*ANPWACTUMBKB p-r VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. Pioneer Land Office. •firyyyyyiryiryyai Stock CONTESTS, Commission BtTFORD. N. X. I E CALIKRVOOI, C. I. B00THR0YB. U. S Comniuioier. PLATS, f* tffsl i. E...

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. — 21 January 1904

I •"', Z& 'A. HA &M .^£*2/ ,JSi 333 ssSr rV i^"y. -•^4 fc" -t $ P- *t: People Talked About. Jesse R. Williams, a pioneer, prom inent in the early history of Wisconsin, died at La Crosse of cancer. /He was •eventy-eight years of age. Perry Commodore Oiler of Litch field, 111., is dead, aged eighty-three years. He was at the time of his death the oldest living Indian scout. C. C. Cook, an American formerly connected with the Mexican Central, but lately interested in drainage and •ewer contracts, is dead at Tampico. The death is announced in London of Mme. Antoinette Sterling (Mrs. J. Mackinglay), the contralto ballad singer. She was born at Sterlingville, N. Y. Heart disease caused the death of Mrs. Mary Preston Kennerly Brown, fiixty-nine years Qf The Express, a dally paper of Be lege, must pay Cardinal Vanutelli $2, 000 for libel. A committee of the reichstag decid ed to establish consulates at Atlanta, Seattle, New urieans and St. Paul.. The Russian government has in formed...

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. — 21 January 1904

w- E. C. COPELAND, Publisher. I I N, DAK. WILLISTON. LECTA'S WAY By HORACE SEYMOUR KELLER. (Copyright, IMS, by Dally Story Pib. Co.) THE lusty young farmer, prize milker and hay tosser of the Twin arms, laid abide his corn cutter and crawled upon the fence, from which elevation he could survey the valley below, where the little station was situated. "There comes the train getting nearer and nearer, Lecta. There, it's rounding the curve and shooting over the bridge and—poor little girl! I know it's tough, mighty tough, for he was your first city beau. The other, girls have had them before and knew how to take them. The engine is steaming into the depot yard and—I can see you, dear, I can see you stand ing by him. Poot Lecta! Now you're shaking hands with him and—no, he don't kiss you good-by. Has got feel ings for you and d9n't want to make you abashed before all the folks. The train's off, the last car is switched around the turn he's gone, and your summer dream is over, poor little...

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. — 21 January 1904

MAN OF MANY PARTS. Gen. Rafael Reyes, Soldier, Explor er and Statesman. Xfirst lfau to Penetrate Into Heart of South American Continent—Pres idente Dealgnado Repub lic of Colombia. One man who has stepped into at least temporary world prominence in the im broglio over the isthmus of Panama is Gen Rafael Reyes.now in Washington on a mission. His task is to secure, if possible, the undoing of the recognition of the republic of Panama by the United States government, and the bringing about of a renewal of negotiations be tween this country and the men who at present rule his land. A man well worth studying is Rafael Reyes. In addition to being diplomat and politician, and presidente designado, or the one designated for the presidency in succession to Jose Marroquin within a few weeks, he is a military chieftain, a soldier of fortune, an explorer and scientist, and a leading figure among the literati of Bogota, that strange city built on a high plain of the Cordillera mountains and know...

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. — 21 January 1904

I S- *^P*'1' 'F'' &£} 4 I I •W'l 1 OmcsFir»t Door South of Poat OBcfl. TELEPHONE NO 76. •v V, You will Find a Full Line of Real Estate. Address, Mitchell Wagons, Mitchell Buggies, Triumph Gang Plows, Triumph Sulky Plows, Moline Breaking Plows, Moline Stirring Plows Moline 'Good Enuft" Sulky Plows, Moline "Flying DutchmanjpG-ang Plows. A Pull line of Builder's Hardware* and Right Prices WEST I WOIIHAH'S. GEO. E. LITTLEFIELD. Fa?W Lands, Ranch Lands, Coal Mines. Desert Claims or Irrigable Lands Can Furnish You Locations. Relinquishments. See me for Timber Land-.. If you want the best and want it cheap, do not fail to see me. I can save you money. ,v Contracting and Building also. LEICHTON HAYES, THE NEW TOWN OF East Springbrook it pitaatad In Williams County, on the Great Northern Rail road, about 10 miles east of Wil'i8ton,_ and ia surrounded fey some of the richest agricultural and Brazing lands in the state of North Dakota. Springbrook off-ra great inducements to the profession...

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. — 21 January 1904

•v-^ I *.1 -r— LOCAL ROUND-UP. Billy Ford of Culbertson is a. visitor in it be city to-day. Doc Zahl WHS down from bis ranch a taw days last week. .State's attorney Overson made a busi ness trip to Grand Forks last week. The masquerade bull at, White Earth last Friday night was a grand success in every particular. N. W. Comford, the townsite pro moter of White Earth, was in the city between trains Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Brownton and Ada Claire made a short visit to Ray Tues day, returning Wednesday. This has been the hardest winter on stock that we hav* experienced in tbia section of the country for many years. Peter Anderson was a Williston visitor at White Earth last week, being the guest of his old friend John Carlson H. A. Carej was up from Hofflund lust week to wind up his affairs as ad ministrator of his brother Arthur's estate. Prof. Kingston of Springbrook was a iiusine&B caller at the Graphic office this week. He reports having sold two lots in Sprint brook last week. Dr...

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