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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 25 February 1904

$ 4 PRIDE TOOK TUMBLE. £Vhy Mr. Burner Looks Blue and Dejected These Days. vUia Record as the Boa* Domestic Flre & mm 'Wrecked lu a Single Night by a Bit of Inexcusable & Carelessness. 1 This story is told by the Indianapolis -Sentinel of an Irvington suburbanite, Burner by name, who prides himself a «jreat deal on his systematic and scien tific methods of caring for his furnace Are. He is a model of method and pre cision from in the early fall, when h* lays in a supply of coke sufficient to ."last all winter, until late in the spring when he lets the fire flicker out. All of his friends and neighbors look upon him -as an authority on firing, and all his neighbors' wives use him as an exemplar for their own less careful husbands. The secret of his success, as he often says, is common sense and attention to de tail. It is only a matter of supplying fuel, regulating drafts and removing the ashes. Sitting in his cozy parlor, the voidest night of this week, he expeund -ed his th...

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. — 25 February 1904

A Deitlii'i Advice. Toledo. Ohio, Jan, 25th.—Mr. Lewis, Dectist, "I I Harry L, 607 a •ayn: omit street, this city, certainly advise anyone no matter Low severe they may have Kidney Trouble to take Dodd's Kidney Pills. "I was troubled with Kidney Disease for leveral years and Dodd's Kidney Pills cured me. I had used many so-called remedies without any benefit. -Four months ago, I was flat on my back with this painful trou ble and must say that I almostgave up hopes of ever getting any better. Through a friend's advice I purchased six boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills. "At first I could pee but little benefit,but after two weeks? I could see an improvement. I had been getting up several times at night and pains in my back were very severe. When I had taken six boxes I felt better than I had for years. The pain had all gone and I didn't have to get up during the night at all. I continued the treatment until I had used several more boxes, and now am glad to saj that I am completely cured." K...

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. — 25 February 1904

jftMrnapwrs-'v istp FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, Williston, Williams County, Telephone No. 12 M: SHAFFER'S BOWLING ALLEY -BOE- Ladies and Gentlemen. ZnesdAy afternoous, from 2 to 4 o'clock, the Alley will be open for tlie exclusive UJO of ladies and their escorts. Cigars aiid soft drinks will be kept in connection. Main Street, Williston, N. D. E. R. BROWNSON, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Office One Block North of Post Office. Phone 91. CARY SAFE CO. Buffalo, N. Y., U. 8. A. JW 4 Xl'FACTVHBBS Fin ©4 BurgL VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. Pioneer Land Office. CZ5«0 North Dakota. Office: Opposite Great Northern Hotel. \V. O .tones. RAWOHKSS AND IjAA US. Solicitors P. B. It. liands. Accident and Lille Insurance. JONES BROS. Live Stock U. II. CALMKW'IOD, C. B. ItOOTlIKOYD. U. S Commissioner. FILINGS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, Williston Land Co. PLATS, 4 DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. -J E. F. COX, ...

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 March 1904

i' -A -V-^v h-%- W PITH Or THE NEKS CONDENSED NEWS FROM ALL PART8 OF THE WORLD. From the Capital. Capt Caspar Goodrich, U. S. N., has been nominated by the president to be rear admiral. Secretary Shaw has been warned of an attempt to smuggle diamonds from Canada by feeding them to a dog in sausages. It aeexns probable that President Roosevelt will be in Washington dur ing the heat of the presidential cam paign this year. The National Association of Rural Free Delivery Cariers has sent its president, Mr. Cunningham of South Omaha, Neb., to present the claims of rural carriers for better pay. The president is anxious to learn something concerning the whereabouts of the young l^ta sent him by Emper or Menelik of Abyssinnia, as a* special mark of his friendship for the United States. The department of justice scouts the report that the supreme court is hold ing back or will hold back the North ern Securities decision for a long pe riod to take it out of the political cam paign. W. Bourk...

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 March 1904

7W *i|IP 01 1 mM I V* J' Pit mm 11- I'f1* f-r I \W': $ 3?V v" l&fU/ ?f I Us pi-:: R. C. COPELAND, Publisher. IWILLISTON. 1 I N. DAK. The Mills of the Gods jj) $ jS' By IDA SHEPLER (Goprltfli». IMS, by Daily Storjr Pub. Co.) AN OLD-FASHIONED house, on a dingy side street, it's two front V, ., aoors opening on the uneven sidewalk above one a dressmaking sign swung ,, out to the breeze, about the other hung the strong odor of ether, for within lay a bruised and broken piece of humanity, 4 over which bent two doctors, one elderly, the other young and blythe. At a table Mf||:|::.-:*part sat a doctor putting away his in- struments used in the work which now seemed done and ready for the nurse. This man, goodly of face and form, be longed to the early prime of life. "Pity that electric car didn't finish Jthis poor soul while it was about it," •said the young doctor, glibly. "Now he will suffer a dozen deaths and finish up in the last. It is claimed that Providence looks after the feet ...

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 March 1904

I kr *V -•c A 1,1 ••••iv'.y GREAT PATENT CASE. Powerful Corporation Defeated by Bright Woman Lawyer. Cace That Had Been Refused by Emi sent Member* of the Bar Carried to Successful Iaaue by In defatigable Girl. Fifteen years ago a shy young coun try girl was summoned from her log cabin home to serve as a witness in a neighbor's lawsuit. It was her lirst glimpse of the great world that lay be yond the hamlet where she was born. The sleepy town was more imposing than the walled cities of her dreams, the little courthouse was a stately hall of justice, and the cabalistic signs of the shorthand reporter filled her soul with awe. Very recently this girl won the most brilliant legal battle ever fought by a woman. Other women have assisted senior counsel in famous suits. But Miss Florence H. King, only wolnan patent lawyer in this country, fought her fight, single-handed and alone, be fore Judge Kohlsaat in the United States circuit court of Chicago, and on her oral argument won a verdict ...

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 March 1904

'WW&-' Xf i' and A Address, Office Pint Door Booth of Foat Office. KITCHEN. Cabinets, Chairs, Cupboards. You will Find a Full Line of Mitchell Wagons, Mitchell Buggies, Triumph Ghang Flows, Triumph Sulky Plows, Moline Breaking Plows, Moline Stirring Plows Moline 'Good Enufl" 8ulky Plows. Moline "Flying Dutchman" Ghang Plows. A Fall Line of Builder's Hardware, Right Prices at WEST WUIMM'S. CEO. E. LITTLEFIELD. 1 be at on in Jtieal Instate, northwest. Farm Lands, Ranch Lands, Coal Mines, Desert Claims or Irrigable Lands Can Furnish You Locations. Relinquishments. See me If you want the best and want it cheap, do not fail to see me. I can save you money. Contracting and Building also. LEICHTON HAYES, FURNITURE! Parlor Suits, Easy Chairs, BEDS, BEDDING, Van's Furniture House UNION BLOCK, WILLISTON, N. D. The Best of Ilttjs ,With or Without Driver. DRAY LINE. MISSOURI RIVER ICE. Horses Boarded by Day or Week. for Timber Land- Hofflund, Nesson or Ray, N. D. WE WILL MAKE YOUR PROOF AND...

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. — 3 March 1904

LOCAL HOUND-UP. Billy Keyes is tLe happy father of a bran new baby girl. John McKay was a Nesaon visitor ia the city last weak. B. A. Nelson, was a business visitor in Willistou last week. Halvor Thorsen of Hofflund was ID the city a short time last Monday. Editor Miller of the Tioga Gazette was in the city between trains last Saturday. "Trouble-breeders" are a menace to the town in which they are permitted to exist. Nels JCamp, minus the usual hirsute, represented Hoffluud ia the city last week. E. L. Gunderson, cashier of the Rav bank, was iu Wiliiston last Thursday on business. N* W. Comford, townsite promotor of White Earth, was a visitor in the city last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Heffernan are re joicing over the arrival of a Que baby boy at their home last Saturday. MesJamfs. Bruegner, Leonhardy and Brownaon, have ted invitations for a card party at the oper* bouse tomorrow evening. Charles Webster, one of the townsite proprietors of Ray, was in the city the past week on bus...

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. — 3 March 1904

^•i Jones'Jousi With the Duke n? By CLYDE NORMAN (Copyright, 1903, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) "xiow IN -eYou OW be good and sensible, ieorge, and don't say mean things. know there never was any engagement between us and you have no claim on me. Mother's heart Is set on my marriage to the duke and ht is a very fine gentleman. And, George, you know I never could en dure a prosy, commonplace life. I I can't help it if I am romantic and like castles and coats-of-arms and family portraits and ancestral tradi tions and liveried servants and all that sort of thing." The girl began the speech with a sort of gentle defiance, but ended in a lamely apologetic tone. The face of the young man, which was flushed from his passionate re monstrance, grew pale while she spoke and the fire died from his eyes, which looked steadily into hers. "But you do not love him and you do love me." he said. "You presume too much," she re plied, flushing now in her turn. "Sir Charles is a nobleman both by name and n...

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. — 3 March 1904

Beat la the World. Eathemlle, la., Feb. lst.-Mr. George J. Barber, of thia ptace, savs:— "Dodd's isidney Pills are the best medicine in the world. There is noth ing as good. I had been sick for over 15 years with Kidney Disease, which finally turned into Bnght's Disease. I •was treated by Doctors in Chicago, but they didn't do me any good. The best Doctor in Estherville treated me for five years with no better success. I heard of Dodd Kidney Pills, and made up my mind to give them a trial. "I am very thankful to be able to say that they cured me completely, and 1 think they are the best medicine in the woj-ld." The honest, earnest, straightforward experiences of real living men and women are the only material used in advertising Dodd's Kidney Pills. One such testimony is worth more than a thousand unsupported claims. The peo ple who have used Dodd's Kidney Pills are those whose evidence is worth con sideration, and surely nothing can be more convincing than a statement like Mr. Barb...

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. — 3 March 1904

&'/ rt 1 if! I ?v V**&, WW»/s T?.V '. &?•••'•'•••'•'•• A Hi -y:.- Tm*1| v~v FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, -JKV*!*!* It it North Dakota. Telephone No. 12 Office: Opposite Great Northern hotel. W. .lone*. FILINGS, J'.1 I v7. ".• PROOFS, SHAFFER'S BOWLING ALLEY -BOB- Ladies and Gentlemen. Pioneer Land Office. Williston* Williams County, nftinninniii. fromlStot o'clock, the Alley will be open (or the exclusive nit of ladles and their escorts. Cigars and soft drinks will be kept in connection. Hain Street, Williston, N. D. E. R. BROWNSON, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED. CORRE8PONOENCEI8OLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Office One Block North of Post Office. Phone 91. CARY SAFE CO, JONES BROS. Live Stock CONTESTS, Commission BUFORD. P^R. CAJJEKWOOV, C. B. 0 D. CjmniissioBer. Williston Land Co. PLATS, ABSTRACTS. W8&* fir T~ "^:'"TH?$*%*"] "J! DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. i. a N I 8 MAnvwAcrvmBma Firg ©I Barglir Frwf VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to Unite...

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. — 10 March 1904

St-?' 5irn•£*«•* "c.,«** f- *or ,\ 1 tt- A », t*k -,v- Russian Sailors Shot. The correspondent of the Standard at Tien-tsin gives a rumor that thirty Russian sailors were caught in an at tempt to escape from Port Arthur and that they were shot the same day. The Standard's St. Petersburg cor respondent telegraphs, under reserve, a story to the effect that a party of Japanese, disguised as Tartars, were arrested by a guard of the Siberian railway bridge at Syzran, on the river Volga, having packages of dyna mite in their possession. A special dispatch from Tien-tsin estimates that there are 30,000 Tung •se Irregulars in Southern. Manchuria, largely led by patriotic Japanese who volunteered for the dangerous work Russians Are Busy. -Tokio, March 8.—The Russians are briskly fortifying Antung, which it 19 believed they will make a base foi resistance. Scouts neap Anju are be ing withdrawn toward Kasan. It is denied here that the French government, in behalf of the holders of the concessi...

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 March 1904

:®IB ilj JSps I81§ -9? R. C. COPELAND, Publisher. ~"T~" N. dak. Iwilliston. REACTION. 'She Is sitting listless Looking over sea "Waiting for a lover, i- But she don't see me tei Waiting for a warrior bold, "Armor-clad and spurred with go.d Like a knight in days of old, Proud as he can be. "I, who seek to woo her, Find her sitting there Mystery is in her eyes. Breezes kiss her hair. I would die for her did she Voice the wish—right merrily—• But she gives no thought to me, Jove, but she is fair! Shall 1 wear my life out 'Gainst her cold disdain He who wooes and goes'away Lives to woo again. I will woo another maid, I will hie me to a glade Far from this. All undismayed Bid adieu to pain. What! She deigns to we me As I move away! Is that sudden downcast look Bid for me to stay Nay, it catrinot be, I'm wrong! I have wooed her over-long— I will not! I will be string! I will go away! What? I think she's calling! Says she loves me true! Says she's just discovered it! Following me, too! Str...

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 March 1904

THE JAPANESE AB5IY Ons of the Finest Bctlies of Fight ing Men in the World. Trained by French and German 0«« eers of High Ranlc and Com manded by Educated and Patriotic Oflleers. In the early days of army organiza tion4n*3apan many French officers were employed to impart instruction, but in recent times these have been super seded by German officers of the highest rank. The trained army of Japan to day consists of about 500,000 men, each one of whom is about as perfect a fight ing machine as the human being can become. According to Japenese conscription law, all males between 17 and 40 years of age are liable, to duty, either in the army or navy. Conscripts are divided among various branches of the service, according to age, physical ability, or in tellectual capacity. Conscription lasts 12 ryears and four months, divided into actual service and reserves. Service is required for the first three years after entering the Japanese army, during which time the conscript must live in barr...

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 March 1904

^hr$rfrSev t'&s'SS' 4 |*3 l&» 1-5 If-'v' -Ji OITICE First Door South of Poet Office. KITCHEN. Cabinets, Chairs, Cupboards. BEDS, BEDDING, 7 I. .«'" f&y** ffldMfflgliKMWIIglflHWWMPtflHWIimtPIPBOTtMMWflltttt You will Find a Full Line of ISitK&pll Wagons, Mitchell Buggies, Triumph G-ang Plows, Triumph Sulky Plows, Moline Breaking Plows, Moline Stirring Plows Moline 'Good Enufl" Sulky Plows, Moline "Flying Dutchman" Gang Plows. A Full Line of Builder's Hardware, 1" jand.' Right Prices GEO. E. LITTLEFIELD. Xlctll JCiOtatC* northwest. Jfarm Lands, Banch 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, 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 an...

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. — 10 March 1904

mm IS-- Miss. Uawie Monroe is -on the Bick list this week. Misa Loalse Jaynea of btroud, has been visiting for several days iu Williston. Faryo was visited bjr another fire last Sunday, in which about $30,000 worth of property was destroyed. W.C. Crow, the drayman artist is turning oat some fine chemical Oil paiutiogs and baa several orders yet to CM. Mr. Benton, agent of the 6. N. R. R. is laying off for a few davson account of Ul lieaith. Harry Porter is filling his place as agent. J. L. Hargrave returned this morning from Walkerton, Ind., where he has been visiting friends and relatives at his former home. -It is reported that the Japs have won •Dottier naval victory having sunk or captured the entire Russian squadron off Possiet Bay. Charles Grandall, the 15-vear?old bov Who plead guilty to the charge of grand larceny, was sentenced to six years in the reform school. Don't forget the performance of "Lady Dai re 11" at the opera house this evening, prosented by the Williston Dram...

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. — 10 March 1904

4 IN ABSENCE. "Go4 lead thee, dear!" The sunrise light Steals, softly through the gray, The dream and darkness of the night Are lost lti perfect day. I smile, ahd whisper tenderly: "(Jod lead thee, dear, alway "eod help,thee, dear!" The noontide hour Ii golden, glad, and gay The world smiles upward like a flower To meet the sun's warm raj'. pause and whisper earnestly: "God help thee, dear, alway!" "God keep thee, dear!" The sunset flush IClsses the dreaming day, And in the wondrous holy hush The whole world seems to pray. I kneel and whisper lovingly: "God keep thee, dear, alway!" —Alice E. Allen, In Good Housekeeping. Woman Disposes By JOHN C. FISCHBEC* (Copyright, UM, br Daily Storr Pub. Co.) THIS happened 20 years ago, when good Mr. Spotswood was governor of this fair province of Virginia. I was a young gallant then, and not a some what sluggish dullard, as I have be come. And Mine. Clarendon, whom you may see knitting placidly by the window yoMer, was neither el3erly nor gray-,...

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. — 10 March 1904

-~"T )r •^VvV" 'r 1 •4f" ry* :r :3SSs- CHEAP OCTAGON SILO. Built by a Western Farmer In a Few Day a and Without Any Ex pert Aaaintaiice. The first cost of a silo usually fright ens the would-be builder from building, and the building is therefore postponed for another year. The writer saw this silo built by a farmer in a couple of days with no expert assistance—just built by the farmer and his ordinary help. The day before the erection of the silo the farmer had not a stick of material on hand. On the day men tioned, he brought a couple of loads of logs to a nearby sawmill and had them sawn into 2x7-inch planks. In the same afternoon, he went to town and brought home a couple of loads of hem lock boards and a roll of felt and some N OCTAGO N SILO O S PLAN OF OCTAGON SILO. spikes and nails, and the next day be gan to erect his silo, and in two more days tne silo was completed ready to receive the silage corn, remarks a writer in Hoard's Dairyman. We see no reason why this silo is not...

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. — 10 March 1904

i$?sv*-' 1 William* County, & ,•* .. FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, \Torfli Dakota. K- SHAFFER'S BOWLING ALLEY -XOB- Ladies and Gentlemen. Snndar nMwiioona. from 8 to 4 o'clock, tha Allay will ba open for tha exolusive UM Of ladles and their escorts. Cigars and soft drinks will be kept in connection. Main Street, Williston, N. IX E. R. BROWN SON, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED CORRE8POIIDEII E SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Office Oue Blook'North of Post OSlca. Phone 91. CARY SAFE CO Buffalo, J. F., Pioneer Land Office. Williston, U. 8. A. •Uk'UFA.CTUMBBS tor Frwf VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. Telephone No. 12 BUSINESS. Office: Opposite Great Northern Hotel. W. O .lon'ea. E CALHOOM. II. 8 Ceanusioier. FILINGS, PROOFS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, BAJlcHKS AMD LA^DS. Solicitor* W. P. B. R. PLATS, l? 5 DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. E. F. COX, U. 8. Commissioner. •I. C. DWYER. FINAL PROOFS. CON ESTS, COLCECTPNS, -r AL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERAGE....

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 March 1904

/"S lt: I Port Arthur Suffered Heavily. Tokio, March 15.—Official and pri vate reports both indicate that Ad miral Tpgo's fourth attack on Pott Arthur on the 10th inst., was the most effective since the first assault of a month ago. One Russian torpedo boat destroyer was sunk, and several Russian torpedo boat destroyers were Seriously damaged. The fortifications and city were subjected to a Bom bardment lasting nearly four hours. The nav-al bombardments of the land works have generally been ineffective, yet the peculiar topographical condi tions of Port Arthur make immunity from sertbusi loss from bombardment almost impossible. Admiral Togo**B torpedo flotilla opened the action by boldly steaming in under the batteries and successfully placing a number of mechanical mines at the mouth of the harbor. Following that there was a desperate Bow to Bow Encounter between the torpedo boat destroyers in which the Japanese appear to have scored a clear victory. Then followed a long range duel...

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