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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 17 March 1904

'MiSSSi i1 N ja?a,V* ®toTOi*t0tt@a|»W R. C. COPELAND, Publisher. JWILLISTON. N. DAK. UNMASKED. The bit of toll, set hard between the teeth, Gave suddenly, and seemed to yield, as if The iron hand that drove repented It. "Now In the name of Him who gave thee power To make me beast of burden to thy rein. Give answer, Life!" 1 cried. "What freak hast thou? Why playest thou with me, mocking me withal? Thou masked thing that darest not show thy face! I know that thou must drive, and I must run I know that thou art master, and I slave I know that though I weary to my heart Of thee, yet must*I urge me on and on, A harnessed creature, lashed unto the end." But while I flung these bitter, brawling words Into the very ears and brain of Life, And waited, quivering, for the hissing whip, Behold, a wonder did befall for lo, The too familiar harness loose*?, and down From every gall and smart dropped si lently And, as I turned, there in the dusk one stood, And drew the mask from off my drivers br...

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 March 1904

ADOPTS A WHITE BOY Chief Medicine Crow Secures a Son by Adoption. Rlehut Indian at Crom Agenty, Mont., Trade* Tea Fleet Poalea, Flow and a Hmeiter for Johaay Paraoaa. When the mighty chief, Medicine -Crow, dies and journeys to the happy hunting grounds-the vast area of graz ing lands and the numerous herds and the-bank account, which the wealthiest redskin in the northwest has accumu lated, to the envy of the Crows, will not revert to the tribe. Medicine Crow haa taken good care to prevent He has found a son and heir. The Crow Indians, who have become accustomed to look on the possessions of the childleJb old chief as already theirs, will find it hard to become rec onciled to the new arrangement, be cause the child who will eventually succeed to Medicine Crow's estate is not of the tribe, but a little white boy. Medicine Cro% took a fancy to the lit tle fellow and bought him. Because trafficking in human beings is not eActlylawful, and not a few of the copperskins are jealous of the...

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 March 1904

tsst 1!^^: ?.^%"'/^ "1 ^WL' -v •'^•^•".V v./ ..,•• ••'. .. OrncaFirst Door South of Poet Office. KITCfiEN. Cabinets, Chairs, Cupboards. X©u will Find a Full Line of Mitchell "Wagons, Mitchell Buggies, Triumph Qang Flows, Triumph Sulky Plows, Moline Breaking Plows, Koline Stirring Plows Moline 'Good Enufl" Sulky Plows, M$liQ9 "Flying Dutchman" Gang Plowa A Fall Line of Builder's Hardware, and Right Prices at WEST & WOODMAN'S. CIO. E. LITTLEFIELD. Real Estate. Farm Lands, Ranch Lapds, 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 and can please you. We handle Script and can make you good terms on anything from one ...

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. — 17 March 1904

LOCAL fl-QUND-lip. Mi*. L. H. Dow trent eaat on a Tiait th^s week. Chart adjourned last Saturday till liopdaj, April 4tb. Bollock of Springbrook was a yii* Ipr jn this city last week. Jjon tyloorman of White Ea|rl|) |pa| in the city yesterday on land busineaa. Jgdilor ^filler of the Tioga Gazette, vii fi yiaitor tn the city Tuesday. Druggist Brauna of Tioga waa trans inf business in Willis ton Monday. £. M. Proudy is in the city attending the Buford townslte contest proceedings. Mrs. H. C. Delaney returned home yesterday from a yisit with frienda in the east. pur old friend Dan Manning has been jpominated for third term ss mayor of Dtckioson. Mark Thomas, who has been at Glen dive foi several months past, is visiting friends in this city, Mrs. John Vandyke returned home this week from a visit to friends at Morth Yakiqia, Wash. Our old friend Col. Louasherry arrived in Williaton Monday, and took part as a witness in the Buford townaite tangle. To wear in rain, to wear in Sunshine, ou...

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. — 17 March 1904

HM. THE BELL-BUOY. There come* a voice from out tike A vibrant clang: along th« wave, As Thor's huge hammer heedlessly Had smote the rim of heaven'* coacave A distant, dee® anl.«oiemn knell. Now clear, how faint upon tfie gale Now like a far-off minster bell. Now like an echoed .drowning wail* Thus might some peal sound fitfully From sunk Atlantis' buried towers. Or from the lone Sargasso sea Some ghostly carack mark the hours. It holds the myst'ry of the sea— Of Io»t armadas, where they lie Where swelling-breasted galleons be, Their golden hoards piled cank'ring by. The Hollow throats of guns long mute Their lost reverberations pour Across the tempest's freneied flute, I The breakers' Intermittent roar. Tike long swell lifts beneath the moo»[ The derelict's fell menace, where The, liner's drowning clamor soon Swells the far sound upon the air. Thb solemn knelling of the sea Hath all these voices blent, and more, And Its whole soul full ceaselessly Into deep utt'rance seems to pour....

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. — 17 March 1904

THE season of catching cold is upon us. The cough and the sneeze and nasal twang are to be heard on every hand. The origin of chronic catarrh, the most common and dreadful of diseases, is a cold. This is the way the chronic catarrh generally begins. A person catches cold, which hangs on longer than usual. The cold generally starts in the head and throat. Then follows sensitiveness of the air passages which incline one to catch cold very easily. At last the person has a cold all the while seemingly, more or less discharge from the nose, hawking, spitting, frequent clearingof the throat, nostrils stopped up, full feeling in the head and sore, inflamed throat. The best time to treat catarrh is at the very beginning. A bottle of Peruna properly used never fails to cure a com mon cold, thus preventing chronic catarrh. While many people have been cured of chronic catarrh by a single bottle of Peruna, yet, as a rule, when the catarrh becomes thoroughly fixed, more than one bottle is necess...

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. — 17 March 1904

4*- T" W' ""f**f"i 4' I :. 4'. (l'n E 1,^ arA N ^:vV:''Vl FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, Williston, Williams County, North Dakota. Telephone No. 12 Office: Opposite (treat Northern Hotel. W. oaei. FILINGS, PROOFS, SHAFFER'S BOWLING ALLEY Ladies and Gentlemen. Yosedar afternoons, from'2 to 4 o'clock, the Alley will be open for the exclusive use of ladles and their eioorts. Cigarsand soft drinks will be kept in connection. Main Street, Williston, N. D. E. R. BROWNSON, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED. CORftESPONDENE SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota^ Office One Block North of Post Office. Phone 91. CARY SAFE CO. Buffalo, N. Y.f U, S, A. M*JfvwA.cTVMJBtta a! wkf VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to-United States Government. Pioneer Land Office. BABCHKS AWD LANDS. Solicitors IT. P. R. B. Landi Accldenf and Lilfe In«untiic( JONES BROS. Live Stock Commission BUFORD. N. B. I. CALDEKWOOD, C. I RQOTHROYD. D. S Commissioner. CONTESTS, '?!'®,1"iT! '"'ii"' '.** I DEEDED LAND LISTED...

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 March 1904

*^4, '. ,*. :W'- 8L' r-'.^ VOL.9. NO. 38 RUSSIANS TAKE TO THEIR HUTS MAKE DA8H IN FORCE BUT RE­ TIRE QUICKLY WHEN JAPS 8HOW UP. flAS BEEN NO BIG UNO BATTIE SKIRMISHING OF A HEAVY ORDER BUT RUMORS OF A BIG FIGHT DENIED. RUSSIANS TO BURN NEOCHWANG WILL NOT ATTEMPT TO DEFEND IT AGAIN8T JAPANESE ATTACK. Tokio, March 22.—A Seoul dispatch received yesterday says that Russians In force, composed of 1,500 Cossacks and several batteries of horse artill ery, made a daBh on the Japanese line between Pingyang and Wiji. They .fire on the outposts, but Jap reinforcements were hurried forward and the Russians quickly re tired. The report states that the Jap anese force merely deployed into line of battle, but that it did not reply to the Russian fire. Eight Japs Captured. Kobe, March 22. It is reported Chat a body of Cossacks captured a Japanese major and five other officers and two civilians tn the vicinity of Willi. All were sent to Irkutsk. The Japanese were supposedly engaged in mapping the co...

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 March 1904

mt7 y-erJ&f si)' 88 »13ifilsWSK:S $hc*ViUi$tonfra|)lnf R. C. Copeland, publisher. WILLISTON. N. DAK. A Matter of Years By H. MARRINIS. (Otvrricht, no, by o*ur Btorr PuSrcoj HIS sister, who disliked Kate Mur dock for reasons best known to self, was continually saying spite ful little' things about "girls who raised generations of young men," which is generally considered to be about as biting a thing as one young woman can say about another. But this made no difference to poor Dick, except to make him rather more stubborn, and to make him more fre quently dream of Kate's blue eyes and sweet face, and to make him try with greater diligence, but poorer success, to forget that she was 25 years of age while he was barely past 20, and that she had been in society before he had gone into long trousers. He used to remember with a hot re sentment how she had in realitylit erally trained hip. How one night when they were in the garden to gether, and the moon was soft and bright, he had gi...

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 March 1904

BESULT OF ECONOMY. How the Greatest Farm in United States Was Created. Prudent Farmer Who Started with Kothlnar Clear* ?100,000 a Year and Owns and Manages 2S,- OOO Acre* of Land. The state of Missouri has the dis tinction of having within her borders as a citizen the most extensive indi vidual farmer in the United States, if not in the civilized world. He is Da vid Rankin, of Tarkio, Mo., the owner of 14 ranches, including more than 22, 000 acres of as fine black soil as the sun ever shone on. The New York Sun says: Mr. Rankin is the largest stock feeder in the world. He buys more corn than any other farmer in the United States, and most of it is fed to stock on his farms. Besides the ex tensive farming operations, Mr. Ran kin is interested in many other enter prises. In appearance he is a typical farmer. He is six feet two inches tall and weighs 180 pounds. Each day he rides over his farms and gives orders to his foreman. He frequently stops on the way, to asist in pulling a steer...

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 March 1904

"V €3 "t At »i 'M\ ffel I—Vint DoorSouth -of Pott Office. KITCHEN. Cabinets, Chairs, Cupboards. I UNION BLOCK, A mmmmniiiiinMiwmwi You will Find a Full Line of Xltobell Wagons, Mitchell Buggies, Triumph Gang 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, and Sight Prices WEST WOODMAN'S. CEO. E. LITTLEFIELD. Real Estate. Warm Lands, Ranch Lands, Coal Mines. Desert Claims or Irrigable Lands CM FurnWi You Locations. Bellnquiihmtntt. See me for Timber Undi. If yon 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 gdbd terms on anything from one acre up. Buy tie ...

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. — 24 March 1904

*37'pi ij/?** & I. 1 '"T* LOCAL ROUNDUP. Qm. Hyde v«i ©tor ttoax Am wigAi aide Monday. Grand Forka ia going to aalabUah a aaotor llna between tbat eUjr and tfae tfnivereltr. Miaa Mabal Ifetager will arrive home from collet* tbia veek to apaod iha Eaater vacation. The ClttsoD'a Bank baa a aw algo bong out, tha product of thosa akillfuj artiste, Baamoaaen Broa. It a beauty. Tba Willieton braaa band ara arrang ing for a grand mlnatral performance to ba given in tbia city in tha naar lotnra. John Braegger, praaidant of tbe Brocggar Marcantila Co., laft ttaia week on a bvainaaa trip to tba Twin Cltiea •ad Chicago. Mra. W. L. Laoar of MttehalMrille, Iowa, errived in vWilKaton to attand tba fcnarala of bar brothers wive a, Mra. fitavi and Morg. llarmon. Mae Clara Nalaon will go to Culbert •on in a few dajra to take a position aa esalatant book-keeper In Haddavicb Broa. 4i Co.'a atora at tbat jtlace, H. B. Stevena, representing tha Min naapolia Neve, a new dti,lir paper joat established...

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. — 24 March 1904

1 XV-' 1 Two Girls lOopyrlght, t*OS. by. Daily Story Pub. «&.» I ILLY doesn't seem as bright as J. usual, Louise. Been doing too mucn, I'm afraid." Henry Felton pushed back his chair, adjusted his ample coatwaist with a series of little downward jerks, and settled his doubled chin in corpulent complacency, while mild interrogation was expressed behind his eyeglasses. He had enjoyed a very satisfactory repast. It seemed good to get up from the city to the fresh mountain air and the attractions of Laughlin's table, for the modest summer hotel nestlifag among the hills boasted an appetizing menu. Those trout. Ah-h! He could have eaten a couple more. His wife, by his side, for the Laughlin house ranged its guests—not yet be ing given over to modern seating, ajnd family tables—gave him a quietly indul gent glance. "You are always imagining, my dear. Camilla is perfectly well, I am sure. Sally Terriss may tire her a trifle. I have never seen such spirits." "How did Sally happen to com...

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. — 24 March 1904

*». t^£3 -W -"^/i 5*$ I *•, I* "•r.'fvr tv®rwW INTERESTING TO AMERICANS. a ^^•tCFBi Cnnnd 'Will Soon Bcconc the Supply Depot for W heat (or Great Britain. During the past year about 50,000 Americans went from the United States to Canada. Most of these settled upon farm lands, and the writer is informed by agents of the Canadian Government that the greatest success has followed the efforts of nearly all. To their friends on this side of the boundary line the fullest assurance is given of the prosperity that is in store for them. There will always be a splen did market for all the grain, cattle and other produce that can be raised in Western Canada, and with the advan tages offered of a free homestead of 160 acres of land, and other lands which may be bought cheaply, an ex cellent climate, splendid school system, educational advantages of the best, what more is required. The husband man gets more return for his money than in any other country in the world. On the Occasion of Sir Wilfr...

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. — 24 March 1904

gwS, ,i '-M^y V*!, \. -..x* &0" & e/j •1 I ispser kJ~v& Williston, Williams County, North Dakota. Office: Opposite Or eat Northern Hotel. l"-.<p></p>W'A'.x 47 .v SHAFFER'S S BOWLINC ALLEY ...... .. kor •••'••.•- v. .:,. '. FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, Ladies and Gentlemen. *0. T^Mlnr Iiftftrniw«, *™m~2 to4 o'clock, the Alley will be open for (he inclusive of ladies .. n«/] tU*1M ABflAltfe and their escorts. Cigars and soft drinks will be kept in connection. Main Street, Williston, N. D. E. R. BROWNSON, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED. COR RE8 PON DENE SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Office One Block North of Post Office. Phone 91. CARY SAFE CO. JBuffalo, J. T., U. S. A, iXlFACTVBKBa VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United. States Government. Pioneer Land Office. Telephone: No. 12 BUSINESS. •nrwrmtrnrinvmrwTVTvmmti&mrrtrnvvmrnr. W. jone«. £2. B. Jon BASCHKS AND LANDS. Solicitors W. P. R. B. Lands. Accident and. Lilfe Insurance. JONES...

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. — 31 March 1904

T' &*' j,, jL^f' rss /•:S' ai *$ .•, 1 V*'X^S?Ks .4 i- &*-*> HISS TOO QUICK rod THE JAPS *. ANOTHER DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO BOTTELE UP PORT ARTHUR FAILS. live riu SNIPS ARC SENT IN RUMIAN WARSHIP TORPEDOES LEADING SHIP AND EN GAGES ENEMY. RUSSIAN ADMIRAL OFffRS HATTlf •UT JAPANESE COMMANDER |IEFUSE8 CHALLENGE AND SAILS AWAY. 8L Petersburg. March 29. Under eover of darkness yesterday morning Vice Admiral Togo made another 4i»«perate attempt to bottle up the Russian fleet In Port Arthur, but he tailed again, and when, after daylight. Vice Admiral Makaroff steamed out to give battle the Japanese command er refused the challenge and sailed •way. The Japanese practically repeated the tactics of Feb. 24, by sending in lire lire ships, accompanied by a tor pedo boat flotilla, with the exception that the fire boats this time were armed with Hotchkiss guns for the purpose of keeping off the Russian torpedo boat destroyers. Spotted by Search ilghta. The enemy's intention was discov er...

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. — 31 March 1904

fTf ?-vrv* giV# VJMma/ 4 I J» -fc-^rir^V JW^''* ye^^A1' €he^inisto«®raiihi( R. C. CorELAND, Publisher. ..WILLISTON. N. DAK. THE CONVERSION OF BIG SIX By S. B. HACKLEY (Copyright, UOJ. by Daily Story Pub. Co.) T1house 'HE "big meeting" at the school "up the creek" was getting in full swing—the preacher, or preach ers, for there were volunteer Gospel ex pounders in plenty, every night exhort ed loud and long—the wildest and most reckless among the young negroes wept and trembled In their seats, ex citement ran high, and the conversions were many and real. Jordon Dangerfield, the ring leader .„Df the reckless, was a conspicuous ex ample of the unconverted among the men. No word of argument, no appeal of song, had yet brought him to the "mourner's bench." "Big Six," whose real name was Rachel Curd, was the one woman against whom stones of persua sion and pleading were thrown in vain. Rachel weighed 300 pounds, and as she boasted she could do the work of a half dozen women, she was more ...

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. — 31 March 1904

THE STOEY OF JAPAN It Reads Like a Chapter from a Work of Fiction. Katlon Was Deep In Oriental Slumber Vntil Onr Xavy Woke It Hp Great Frogren Mad* In Half a Century. Originally the islands that made up Pal Nippin, or Great Japan, were peo pled by a Caucasian race, who occupy in Japanese history a position similar to the early Britons in English history. These people, now represented by the hairy-Ainus of northern Yeddo, were driven northward by the swarm of Mon golians, who swept across Corea from northern China. The first great leader known was Jimmu Tenno, who founded his dynasty about 660 B. C. He is dei fied as the descendant of Amaterasu, Goddess of the Sun. Another string of Mongolics came from the Malaysia by way of the string of islands. To this southern attain is probably due the mer curial temperament of the Japs. Super ficially the Japs seem to resemble the Chinese, but close examination proves that the race has been evolved inde pendently. They, however, absorbed the ea...

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. — 31 March 1904

Ip&M of mmm and Right Prices at OrnoaFirst Door South of Post Office. KITCHEN. Cabinets, Chairs, Cupboards. BEDS, BEDDING, A r- Vou will Find a Full Line of Real Estate. Address, Mitohell Wagons, Hilchell Buggies, Triumph Gang Plows, Triumph Sulky Plows, Moline Breaking Plows, Mqline Stirring Plows Holme 'Qoocl Enufi" Sulky Plows, Moline rtFlj^sJDutohmanM A Full Line of Builder's Hardware, WEST & WOODMAN'S. CEO. E. LITTLEFIELD. Can Furnish You Locations. Relinquishment*. See me for Timber Land-.. If you want the best and want it cheap, do not fail see me. I can save you money. Contracting and Building also. LEICHTON HAYES, FURNITURE! Parlor Suits, Easy Chairs, COTS, CRIBS, Van's Furniture House UNION BLOCK, WILLISTON, N. D. 4 (f (CfS ,c The Best of Rigs With or Without Driver• DRAY LINE. MISSOURI RIVER ICE. Horses Boarded by Day or Week! Gang Plows. The best locations in the northwest Farm Lands, Ranch Lands, Coal Mines. Desert Claims or Irrigable Lands Hofflund, Nesson or R...

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. — 31 March 1904

4.: LOCAL ROUND-UP. Col. Lounaberrjr bu been admitted to practice law. H. B. Lamp man was dowq from the ranch yeaterday. P|ul fcblerbeok has bean on the at«k Hat the paal week. Diatriet court baa been adjomed to ponvene la tbla ctijr on Monday, April }\, I Attorney E. F. Cox baa been laid op |he past week with an attack of "grippe." Miaa Page faaa gone to Fargo to take a pourae In the hoepital tbeie tor train ed aurae. "Lion Ooffee" ia'varj much in evi dence on the 8th paae of the Graphic tbia week. J. W. Maloney, pnbliaber of Wbeeleek Tribune waa a viaitor in the city Tuesday. The regular meeting or the board of County Commissioners will take place nejct Monday. Philander Pollock, the Springbrook townaite man, waa in the city Tueaday between trains. Editor Butler of the Herald waa con flned to bit hooae a few daya tbia week with a bad cold, O. Q. Adacpa, of the "Big Meadow" portb of Ray, waa a business viaitor in the city Tueaday. Tba Great Northern railway Is again in a normal con...

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