ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Williston Graphic Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 9,053 items from Williston Graphic, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
9,053 results
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 5 May 1904

How We April-Fooled Uncle By CLARA AUGUSTA AM Unci? Jed Bent's nephew, and my name ^ijS&^eT Adarps Monroe Inks—called Sam Jinks, for short. Dad's run awi^,. anfl^ma's married to old man Hugins. jthow old Hugins? Wall, you'd ought to. ji For downright, measly meanness, he beats the baiidr N®, tte toeyfer stole any cents oftfn his.^rattdmettier's eyes, that I know of, but he cuta his beard off with ma's scissors. to. saye buying a razor, and he'd grudge a "tramp cat the priviiege of meyouing in his back yard |or. fear^hA'd use up some of his Uncle Jed he lived in our house. He's ma's {brother. Never had any wife, 'cause, he .hates women so. Ma says his girl went back on him, and soured him up when he was young. It must be an awful thing to be soured when you are young. Ma says his girl was red headed and freckle-faced. As If any man would be fool enough to mourn hisself bald headed and rheumatic for a red-head ed,. frpckle-faced girl! Catch me! But Uncle Jed's been courted con sid...

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. — 5 May 1904

r* Pe-ru-na is a Catarrhal Tonic Especially Adapted to the De clining Powers of Old Age. In old affe the mucous membranes be come thickened and partly lose their function. Strong and Vigorous at the Age of Eighty-eight. Rev, J. N. Parker,Utica, N. Y.,writes: "In June, 1901, llostin.v sense of hear ing entirely. My hearing had been somewhat impaired for several years, bnt not so much affected but that I could hold converse with my friends but in June, 1901, my sense of hearing left me. ao that I could hear no sound whatever. I was also troubled with rheumatic pains In my limbs. I commenced talcing Pe rnna and now my hearing is restored as good as it was prior to June, 1901. My rheumatic pains are all gone. I cannot Not Wasteful. "I suppose," said the physician, after he had sounded the new patient, "that you exercise judgment in the matter of smoking? You do not indulge to foolish •zcess in it?" ."No, indeed," replied the inveterate in dividual. "I never smoke more than one cigar at ...

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. — 5 May 1904

w^my?? &•. itt? .v- 1 m^K^y '&* t£ i-v *4. S ^ags ftVr" ffV:. SHAFFER'S FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, ii. Williston, Williams County, North Dakota. Telephone No. 12 Office* Opposite Cheat Northern Hotel. "W. O jraes. BOWLING ALLEY Ladies and Gentleman. to o'olook. open (or the eaekuive as* of IiiMm Cigars and soft drinks will be kept in connection. M»in street, Willistoa, N. D. E. R. BROWN SON, United States Commissioner.: SETTLERS LOCATED. CORRESPONDENE SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Office One Block North of Post Offloe. Phone 91. CARY SAFE CO. Buffalo, N. J., U. ir^ ©I Burgto Fwf HAKOUU* AWD liAWDS. IBvlloitora jr. P. R. B. l*ndi Aecldant aad liift iBaumnoi JONES BROS, Live Stock Commission MUIBVMB. C. I. R00THR0Y). f. 8. CeMiniraer. FILINGS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, CONTESTS, PLATS, DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. 8. A. AXVFA.CTVMEMB VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. Pioneer Land Office. E.F.COX, If. 8. Commissioner J. O. OWYER. FINAL PROOFS. CON...

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. — 12 May 1904

lasr 4 J" +ls jr 3 ft iK^n *:. 1 N 4 IF--' 5 m* orth Dakota ubbins A A A bis band is assured for Grandln. Seed wheat is in demand at Saw yer. Balfour business men favor incorpo ration. 'Napoleon Is a popular place for duck hunters. Walhalla lias an epidemic of the dumps. A Berthald boy was shot through Che heeL The Granville bottling works are la operation. Sandoun in Ransom county has a bew paper. Starkweather is to have a $6,500 •chool house. The Towner ball team is to be «M borne talent. 'The Minot telephone exchange has been improved. Ward county people killed thous­ ands of gophers. Wjmdmere is to have a fast ball team this spring. Ward county will pay out about 92,000 in gopher bounties. There was not an opposing vote to Incorporation at Westhope. Jamestowaites are after the N. P. (or the long promised depot. The. first payment has been made On the McHenry county jail: A thirteen-year-old Des Lacs girl killed thirty gophers in two days. Many cattle died around Fort Berth old f...

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. — 12 May 1904

1 IheTOirtatifiwiM J-V R. C. COPELAMD, Publisher. WILLISTON! N- DAK- THE KILL-JOY. Oh, trouble' man's a feller dat keep* busy all day long. When other folks is restin' he Is workln* rood an' strong. When anybody's laughln' or a-feelln' kind good, He's alius sure to settle in de 'mejit neigh borhood. He drops de corners of his mouf an* talks so very sad, H* kind o' gits you 'shamed because you isn* feelin' bad. lie shows you de mistakes of nearly every thing yau plan. An' life ain' worth de llvin' when you meets de trouble man. He's got a lot o' ahguments dat he keeps turnln' loose Dar isn' any answer to 'em, 'ceptln' "What's de use?" What's de use o' laughin? What's de use o' cheers? What's de use of anythin* but sorrowln' an* tears? If he'd work as hahd for happiness as he has worked for grief, I'll bet de nex' convention dat is held would 'lect him chief. But he goes a-scatterln' sadness an' he does de bei' he can To make us mighty sorry dat we met de trouble man. —Washington Star...

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. — 12 May 1904

JOHN BOYN, FARMER RECOGNIZED BT MANY AS HEIR TO SERVIAN THRONE. Minnesota Pretender It a Descendant Of. Milos Obrenovitch King JPeter Looking- for a Chance to Abdicate. London (Eng.) Special. The announcement that the king of 8ervia would like to abdicate has revived the story of the American heir to the throne, in the person of John Boyn, a •Minnesota farmer, whose father, Au gust Boyn, was said to be an heir to the throne.of that country, and who, it is claimed, died in that country many years ago by the hand of an assassin. A writer in the St. James Gazette, in discussing the rumors that King Peter would like to let go because he is disap pointed with his people, says the world contains a lot of pretenders to the throne •who do not really pretend because they prefer to keep off that dangerous eleva tion. The most interesting of these pre tenders, says the writer, is the Minnesota farmer, John Boyn, believed to be de scended from Milos Obrenovitch, and through him connected with t...

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. — 12 May 1904

.Facts you Ought to Know. ""^Season tickets St. Paul orMinneap 1 oils to St. Louis ana return $25.60— 'Sixty day tickets $21 35—Ten day tickets $19.20. Fair opens May 1st and closes De cember 1st. Five daily trains to Chicago, each making close connections with ot. Louis trains. 4 No extra charge to go via Chicago. Tickets good on the Fast Mail ana Pioneer Limited, electric lighted train. Full information about rates, routes and accomodations will be cheerfully furnished on application to W. B. DIXON, N. W. P. A. Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Ry. St, Paul, Minn. HORSES. W. H. Denny has eastern and western horses for sale at Boyd's barn. See them before buying elsewhere. (37 tf For Bent—Two log houses, comfort able and neat, near depot. Inquire at Graphic office. and Right Prices at 4 You will Find a Full Line of Highest rate of Interest paid on Time Deposits. Drafts and Money Orders sold, payable any place in United States, Canada and Europe. Steamship Tickets Sold to all Parts of t...

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. — 12 May 1904

LOCAL EOUND UP. A. F. Nobis of Buford is in the -city te-dejr. .. Fr»d Klineeorge is in 8t. Paul on Mdm. Miss 'Grace Nelson vm on the rick Ikt lest week. ICiM Maggie Monroe ia visiting a few Aji io St. Fknl. 0. O. Adams of Big Meadow, was in be city to-day. C. L. -Johnson, the Optic man was in the city lut week. Dr. VanDyke made a business trip to: Iflaot Wednesday, Jas. Heffernan was a buieness visitor in this city this week. Coi. fi. M. Creel of Bevils Lake was a visitor in the-city Tuesday. 1. V. Cooltsr had the misfortune this «ieek to ran a nail in his head. Charlie KeM it again seen on oar streets after quite a siege of sickness. The governor of North Dakota has de tonated Friday (to-morrow) the 13th as Arbor Day. Mrs. (Brooks, who has been visiting st the home of Mrs. Wittmeier left for her home in Cnlbertaon yesterday. Mrs. W. H. Denny-entertained a few ladies on Monday afternoon, compli mentary to Mrs. Brooks of Culbertson.i John Montenack, of Sooby, Mont., eras in the city...

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. — 12 May 1904

r% eooooooooooooooooooooooooo WHEN MAN PROPOSES By HELEN ROWLAND oooooooooooooooooooocodooo WT\0 I LOOK perfectly calm?"in- JJ quired Polly, climbing into the wrong side of the sleigh and trying to tuck the laprobe around the dashboard. "Because," she went on, beginning to take off her gloves, and'then as she recollected herself, nervously drawing them on again, "though you might not suspect it, I'm—a little—excited. I've Just finished getting proposed to." I gave the check rein a violent jerk that must have insulted a horse like Marc Antony. "I wouldn't even ask "who—I began. "Oh, you needn't," said Polly. "It was only Bobby Paddington." I started. The check rein slipped from my .fingers, and I let the whip fall with a thud into the snow. "Why, what's the matter?" asked Polly. "It isn't polite to be surprised when a girl gets proposed to. It looks as If you had thought she couldn't—" "Oh, it isn't that," said I. "Anybody could get proposed to by Bobby Padding ton—and in leap year."...

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. — 12 May 1904

gp I stood where Cfelckamauga flow'd In peace one autumn day, Where once the god of battle strode .' Between the Blue and Gray No shouts of carnage shook the air, Around ine all was still The grass was green, the skies were fair, Where Thomas held the hill. September's breezes kissed the pines Where thousands met as foes, Above the well-marked battle lines''1"' No sounds of carnage rose I wondered where were all who stooft And fought with stubborn will Within that" dark and dreaded wood When Thomas held the hill. Me thought upon that viewless air Ten thousand phantoms met, That Blue and Gray were struggling there With sword and bayonet N backward, forward, uncontrolled— the wood no logger still— M&thought the waves of battle roll'd Where Thomas held the hill. Hnw firmly 'gainst the men in gray Stood "Chlcftamauga's Rock!" How back he hurled his foes in gray In battle's awful shock The shattered pines still mutely tell,.4. Their story with a thrill, For where the struggle raged w...

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. — 12 May 1904

FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, Williston, Williams Connty, North Dakota. Telephone'No. 12 ii'i1'i roww -j SHAFFER'S BOWLING ALLEY Ladies and Gentlemen. JromlS.tolo'oloek^tt^Aller^llbe open for the Cigars and soft drinks will be kept in connection. Main Street, Williston, N. D. E. R. BROWNSON, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED. CORRE8PONDENE SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Office One Bloek North of.Post Office. Phone 91. CARY SAFE CO., Buffalo, N* TJ» S» 4JfvwA.crvMmma firs $$ Froof Ifofes. VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. Pioneer Land Office. ii» *1 Ji ~m -M -M. FILINGS, -F Office: Opposite Great Northern Hotel. W. O .lonee. PROOFS, BAHCUKS AW© IiAWDS. Solicitor* V. P. B. B. L«nd*. Accident end bin Ineurance. JONES BROS. Live Stock Commission BUFOHD, N CONTESTS, CONTESTS, PLATS, CALM&WMI, C. MHffHROM. 1. K.CALNHWCH Williston Land Co. exclusive au of ladies DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. E.?F. COX, U. 8. Commissioner. J. C. DWYER. FINAL ...

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. — 19 May 1904

Must Have More Men, Berlin, May J.7. According to re^ ports from St, Petersburg Gen. Kuro patking has notified the emperor of his inability to adopt offensive meas ures before the arrival at the theater of war of the two army corps now in process of mobilization in Europeaf Russia. Kuropatkin attributes the necessity cnder which he suffers confining him •elf to defensive operations to the weakening effect of the main army of reinforcements which was dispatched many weeks ago to Port Arthur, Vladt vistok and to points along the Yalu. It Is possible, though extremely improb able, that the Eastern Siberian liv fantry, at present employed in the de fense of Ussuri coast territory, may be withdrawn to Mukden and thence to Liao-yang in time to assist the re pelling of the Japanese attack. Russians Not Bottled. London, May 17. A. 6. Hales, the Daily News' correspondent at Chefu, wires under yesterday's date: "I have just arrived here, and as this place is free from censorship, I Wish to pr...

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. — 19 May 1904

T5h rffw* E. C. CoPEfcANP, Publisher. WILLISTON.' N- DAK" OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO His Part in the Hold-Up By FRANK H. SWEET 000OOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO (Copyright, 190*, by Daily Story lub. Co.) THEl^E was a discordant, prolonged shriek, almost at the window of the bedroom, and Molly Tetrall's eyes opened and stared blankly for a moment at the low pine ceiling, then she sprang up and dressed hurriedly. It was the first whistle of the button factory, and in 30 minutes more the second would come. From time to time, as she thrust in the kindlings and started them, and placed the coffee pot upon the stove, and fol lowed that with the bits of meat and vegetables she had chopped and made ready the night before, she glanced up at the clock. At the end of 15 minutes she had ready an improvised waiter of a pie tin, on which were a bowl of soup and a cup of hot coffee. The tin was con cealed by a neatly arranged napkin. With this in her hand she went softly into the bedroom. "Harold," she s...

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. — 19 May 1904

HAS NEW PRESIDENT. BOCK ISLAND SYSTEM urarag IMPOBTANT CHANGES. Benjamin L. Winchell Becomes Head of the Great Bailroad—His Ca reer Has Been a Nota ble One. Chicago Special. The Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway company has announced the following changes in ofiicials: B. L. Winchell, president, in place of W. B. Leeds, resigned Robert Mather, first vice president, in place of C. H. Warren, resigned J. F. Stevens, second vice president, in place of Robert Mather. L. F. Loree's position as chairman of the board of the Rock Island system is in no way affected by these changes. The career of B. L. Winchell in the railroad world has been a notable one. It may well be held up before the young men of the country as a striking exam ple of what ability, fidelity and close application to work will do in rising to prominence, influence and success. Mr. Winchell's course is also a striking ex ample of how a man may rise to the very height of his ambition without sacrificing any of tho...

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. — 19 May 1904

I 1 I :'W 'I Facts you Ought to Know. i: Smmb tieketa 8t. PmiI or IftniiMp olk to 8t, Looia and ratnrn 125.50— Sixty dar tickets Ml 86—Tan day ttekatafl&SO. Fair optfna May lat and closes Do Shi daHy Iralna to Chicago, each making close connections with St. Looia trains. No extra ebiugs to go via Chicago. Tickets gdbd on the Paat Mail and Pioneer United, electric lighted train.. 1 Foil information about rates, rontea and aoootnodationa will be ohearfolly fainiabidon application to DIXON, N. W. P. A. Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul By. St. Paul. Minn. HORSES. W. H. Danny haa eaatern and western »taaa fcr aala at Boyd'a barn. [«n before bayfaw alsewhere. The 8ee (37 tf For Bent—Two log houaea, comfort* able and neat, near depot. Inquire at Graphic office. You will Find a Full Line of General Banking, Loans, Collections, Insurance. Highest rate of Interest paid on Time Deposits. Drafts* and Money Orders sold, payable any pl$ce in United States, Canada and Europe. Steamship Tickets So...

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. — 19 May 1904

-M" -•f 4. LOCAL BOUND-UP. Tboe. Ward of Qriaaall vm a viaitor io tb* city the Aral of tbe week. G,M. Thomas returned last Friday from a boainew trip lo St. Paul, Minn. F, B, Chapman of Buford stopped off at Wiljiaton between trains Monday an root* east. Miaa Mania Monroe returned laat Monday from a few daya visit in St. Paul, Minn. FOB BENT—Five room bouse, new. Inquire of Walter 8. Mitchell. 46tf. Ole Joto returned Monday from a trip to Bnrwiek, V. D. where ha went to pnrcbaae oats. The 8tar Meal Market ia being im proved by a coat of paint on the outside of tbe building. Thomaa Ewen of Grinnell waa a business viaitor in tbia dty for a couple of daya tbia week. L. Scranton la making aoma improre menta around bia reeidence In tbe abape of a picket fence, etc, L. D. McGahan editor of tbe Bis marck Palladium waa in the city a couple of daya tbia week. Clean aeed wheat ia aalling in Willie ton at t2 50 per hundred pounds, and good aeed oata al 2 eenta a pound, 8. W. Moore baa built an...

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. — 19 May 1904

jf ..... GOING -BYE-BYE. \h.t fe1" 4* -f c- 1ri I* r)« 4 f. SM And it's ho! for the Land of Bye-Bye *tfl a' Astraddle of papa's knee, YffT. •. ,- .With two big hands for the atlrrups And two little lips for the fee. And now we are off at a gallop Thro' meadows and valley and wood. For a visit to Peter Piper And little Red Biding Hood. I And maybe we'll stop at the fairies Down there in the hazel dell For where Papa Horsey will take us j' The horsey himself can't-tell. And maybe we'll call on Miss Muffet And maybe and maybe we'll come i' To where one little pig went to market And one little piggie stayed home. But this I know, that so surely A i- As the littlest piggie could talk, .' Bo surely we'll nod in the saddle And the gallop will come to a walk. And then we will be at the stable And tenderly Horsey will stand *5 .While mamma lovingly leads us To the dream-decke4 lullaby Land. Oh, rapturous, radiant glamour That aureoles vanished hours Ah, rest for the heart that is weary And m...

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. — 19 May 1904

FOR THE COW THAT JUMPS. Here Is a Little Device Which Will Reform the Most Vicious An. in^il in the Herd. Seeing a call for a cure for a jumpin cow, I have a simple device that has worked well with myself and my neigh bors, as a preventive i'cr jumping or crawling1 through wire fence. Take a common tie chain (such as is used for FOR THE JUMPING COW. cow ties), and a halter ring loose on the lower end, loop the lower end around alight fence post 18 inches from the small end, and in the loose ring draw snug and fasten with a fence staple. Attach it to the cow In the or dinary way it'is light, cheap, and so much more comfortable for the cow than the ordinary devices in use. See cut.— Rural .New Yorker. INTRODUCTION OF SCREENS Urged by Dairy and Creamery In •pectors as a Protection Against Flies and Germs. Screens are now being extensively used in the creameries managed by the most progressive creamery men. We notice that the dairy and food commis iloner la one of our western states mak...

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. — 19 May 1904

FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, Williston, Williams County, North Dakota. TelephonelNo. 12 W. O .Tones. FILINGS, PROOFS, E. R. BROWNSON, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED. OORRE8PONDERS SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Offloe One Block North of.Poat Office. Phone 1. CARY SAFE CO, Buffalo,J. Y., U. &• A. AsvrACTvmuma fill ©I itegte fwf VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. Pioneer Land Office. CONTESTS, Live Stock Commission K. 1. CALDEKWOOD, C. I. ROOTHROYP. U. 8. CoaahsioMr. Williston Land Co. PLATS, ABSTRACTS. If you have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see us. Office in Stewart's Building, Main Street. Last Mountain ——Valley—— THE GARDEN of WESTERN CANADA. The Richest Part of the Great Sank klchawin Valley. DON'T BUY LAND or LOCATE Anywhere Until You Have investigated Owr Holding*. This is the Richest Land in All Canada! Ample Rainfall. Rich Soil. Splendid Water and Abundant Fuel. More than 2000, FAMILIES from the North*...

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. — 26 May 1904

V'S V® 1 ft*. il .: 9 ='W5w [II' i- 'i "*r.- I Ife&V?" «r ^X 3%gg iX^v 5'*S fr-W I m:- "i 4 '"•3 & J&? KC.V" K::. I iC ~r: VOL.9. NO. 47 SATTED BALL STINKM §ABYf Mother Canoeing Infant When II |t» cetoee Fatal Injury. New York, May M. While Mrs, Has!* Bdelman of Wllliamabuvg *M pitting on the front stoop of her house caressing her tea months' ok) baby laat evening a baseball batted by Rob ert Ray struck the child on the head, fracturing the skull. When Mrs. Bdelmaa discovered what had hai* yeaed aha screamed and feti backward faint. A neighbor, taking the child In hts arms, ran to a doctor. It was •aid later that the child would die, The family .-/-J' *r r- is satisfied that the affair was purely accidental. SENATOR QUAY GROWS WORSE, la Taken to Hla Own Heme at Beaver and la Carriwlt Beaver, Pa.. May 24.—Senator M. 8. Quay left his brother's home at Mor gansea yesterday and is now located •t his own home in this place. At his home it was said the senator stood the Journe...

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