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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 26 May 1904

r- n, Wrfv? $ ri i^feV-VV./ sfc if fV 7 4 R. c. Copeland, Publisher, WILLISTON. If BABY TROUBLES. Don't you cry now cfon't you, don't you There are thornB on ev'ry rose Come to dad and let him kiss it Deaf, that's how the old world goes There are drawbacks to all pleasures, Storms come after cloudless skies, Let me kiss that baby finger, Come to dad and hush your cries. "It was a botay for papa?" ^ever mind, dear, Just forget Papa don't care much for roses, You can pick a violet And can pick some green leaves with it, Where they snuggle wet with dew "Pop likes violets the best, dear, .They're so like the eyes o' you. And to-night you watch your papa. You can watch beside the gate, Ind I'M see your tangled tresse9 And your blue eyes where you wait, And I'll call and you must run, dear, And, I'll tell you what you do, Just reach in my pocket, baby. There'll be something gopd for you. Something good, something ypu'il dear, 80 forget the rose's thorn Let me kiss the-baby finger Where th...

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. — 26 May 1904

SOUNDS FROM STABS. CONVEYED TO MUNDANE SENSE BY BECENT INVENTION. New York Scientist Claims to Have Discovered an Instrument for Capturing the Music of the Spheres. New York Special. Sweet sounds from the stars, melo dies from the spheres, angel voices from unseen realms of everlasting joy or wails of lost souls in unending torment, crashes of worlds in the making or un making, vibrant forces of nature audi bly at work—which or what is Prof. Al bert 6. Albertson able to convey to the mundane sense of hearing by his latest discovery-invention? The professor in clines to the belief, one gathers from talking to him, that the mysterious 6ounds come from the stars, which word in this article means both suns and their satellite planets. The instrument invented by Pro!." Al bertson resembles in soico respects a combination jdiouograph, telephone and ^t£lasecTpe.' "It is necessary to bear in mind," said "The Star Wizard," as he is called, "that light rays falling on a polished steel plate p...

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. — 26 May 1904

CBA8 H. DAVIDSON, "X- I Jr., and Right Prices at President il PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000. S. !f" .TEy*Ef?HONE ,NO 76. No. 5567. RESPONSIBILITY OF STOCHOLDERS ONE MILLION DOLLARS. DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX CHANGE FOR SALE. COUNTY DEPOS ITORY. You will Find a Full Line of Steamship Tickets Sold to all Parts of the World. Williston, North Dakota. WHOA THERE!! HORSES. All Kinds. Broke, Unbroke. At Moderate Prices. 0UR stallions Incinatus and Joe Simpson will make the season at a service fee of $15.00, insuring foal, $1.00 down. INCINATUS, 23157, is a full-blood, black Percheron, 5 years old, weighing 1,900 lbs., imported from Dunhams Oaklawn. A splendid individual and sure foal getter. JOE SIMPSON, is a registered American Thoroughbred, chestnut sorrell, standing I6V2 hands high and weighing 1,200 lbs. A perfect type and 90 C. H. ROSS, Vice President. National Bank. -OF—.- TelqtkMM X*. Mit—ft. Mitchell Wagons, Mitchell Buggies, Triumph Gang Plows, Triumph Sulky...

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. — 26 May 1904

7 LOCAL ROUND-UP. Be*. Jqoea left tor the west last Satur day. '••1 J. E. McKivettof Tfuax is temporarily fojourniiia at Gando. ferryman Geo. Biker was smiling with iricoda in the city Monday. The city council will hold another meeting next Tuesday evening. Chief of police Markell has oeen busy (the past week repairing defective side walks. Buy "Keystone Maid" and "Red fern" Cigars and vote to send your girl 4o the Worlds Fair, Alex Rautio who has spent the winter In Montana has been a bueinesa^ viator in the city this week. Farmers over the- state are looking forward to the excursions to the agricultural college this summer. ..MABBixp.TTJn-this city, on May 23, by Rev. Wooley, Mr. Ralph A. Hollar and |lise Justa M. Shields, all of Williston. Mr. and Mrs.. M. 6. Coleman will probably leave Williston for their new liome vat June 7tb. North Bend, Oregon, about The friends of Dr. R. C. Clancy will •be pleased to learn that on May 6. inst, Mrs Clancy presented the firm with a 10} lb bab...

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. — 26 May 1904

I & Xt Was Worth That Counted By THOMAS B. MONTFORT (Copyright, 1«M, by Daily Btory Pub. Co.) THE Clifton* were of the prpydest of the pvp.uA old famine* of the south. They, w,ere Kentuckians, and everybody •who knows the Kentuckian of quality knows how proud he is of himself, his state and his family name. Of all the members &,were of this proud old family Col. Joe Clifton was probably the haughtiest and most exclusive. The line with which he had encircled him self, separating his friends and associ ates from the common run of humanity, |was .very narrow,'and there were few iwho iwere able, to get inside of It. Neither fwealth nor worth were sufficient to gain fadmission for an aspirant unless they backed by a clean family pedigree, Col. Joe had only one child—a daugh ter. Her name was Emily. She was young, beautiful and talented, and, fur ther, she was the apple of the colonel's eye. He loved her With a love that was almost idolatrous, and as she grew up It was with a feel...

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. — 26 May 1904

Miss M. Cartledge gives some helpful advice to young girls. Her letter is bat one of thou sands which prove that nothing is so helpful to young girls who are just arriving at the period of womanhood as Lydia E. Pink* ham's Vegetable Compound. Deab Mbs. Pinkham:—I cannot feft^Xydia E.' Pinkham's "Vejje tajbje Compound too highly, lor it •is the only medicine I ever tried which cared me. I suffered much from my first menstrual period, I felt so weak at times 1 could not pursue and my studies with the usuil interest. My thoughts became sluggish, 1 had headaches^ "backaches and sinking spells, also pains in the back and lower limbs. In net, I was Sick all over. Finally, after many other remedies had been tried, we .were advised to get Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, sad I am pleased to say that afteir taking it only two weeks, a wonderful change for the better took place, and in a short time I was in perfect health. I felt buoyant, full of life, and found all work a pastime. I am...

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. — 26 May 1904

U&" Pioneer Land Office. Williston, Williams County, North Dakota. Teleahone No. 19 W. JonM CUIIKVMI. D.8.* FILINGS, PROOFS, PROOFS, jv E. R. BROWNSON, -ggggygggS5"S& United States Commissioner. TILINGS, DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR tm CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, SETTLERS LOCATED. OORM SFONDKNK SOLIOITED. Williston, North Dakota. OBae OH Bloek North of.Post:OOee. PhoM 11. CARY 8AEE CO StifffHOp J7» S JL» jtumcrn Firi $4 Surgte HMsfc VAULTS. LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. rahohus awd lands. Solicitor* rr. P. R. B. liandi AeoMmit and. Lilfi Inaurnnci JONES BROS CONTESTS, Live Stock Commission IUFORD, N. PLATS, ABSTRACTS. Office THE MROCII at WESTERS CANADA TI»«M«t Plrtfltlh. «im fcaiMwm VaKty. DOIT lor UNO LOCATE Aijwkin nil Is Mil T— Hm towmom Oif HoldtnO. Hicfcut liil Ii All C»Mdi Aasto ktahM| 9Mh ^SoU^ Syl—did Water SO TBWUWl TO SELECT FROM. $8.00 PER SALE. E. F.'COX, U. 8. Commissioner. J. 0. DWYER. FINAL PROOFS. CON: ESTS, COLLECTIONS, Rr AL ESTATE, STOCK BROK...

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. — 2 June 1904

VOL. 9. NO. 48 Town Board Proceedings. WilliBton, N. D., May 12,1904. Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. £oard called to order by the presi dent. On motion the following bills were allowed and warrants issued Great Northern hotel, boarding board of election $ 5.00 Williams County, for certificates of election 1 00 E. Leonhardv, office rent. 2.00 On motion board adjourned as town board. A. L. Butler, Acting Clerk! Proceedings of City Council. WilliBton. N. D., May 12, 1904. The council met in special session as per law. Present, Mavor*elect W. H. Denny, Aldermen-elect, E. F. Cox. W. R. MeChesney, E. H. Belyea, Samuel Boyd, Cbas. Baldwin and Treasurer-elect Seneca Browned. Ab sent: Alderman H. H. La Due. The oath of office was administered to each by A. L. Butler, acting clerk of the town of Willi* ton. Mayor Denny appointed D. C. Page as city attorney, which appointment was unanimously confirmed by the council. On motion, duly seconded, the bond of the City Justi...

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. — 2 June 1904

fe" \p R. C. CoriJL AND, Publisher. N- DAK. WILLISTON SPRINGTIME. Once more, thank God! once more, Sweet skies of sunlit blue Shine on a Is world that thrilled The robin pipes, the bluebird aaew glad from ocean shore to shore. The blithe- song sparrow on the bush. In joyful bursts of sons Proclaims how springtime, looked for loner, Has come our sallow cheeks to -flush. lifts A voice on every, tree— 1 Warbling his minor love-notes three. He, too, is one of Spring's first gifts. The buds upon the maple swell, The chestnut and the elm, Awake in every woodland realm, Their dreams to one another tell. Even the fir, the somber fir, That makes not haste her joy to show. Has heard the voice of Spring, and lo! New life in her begins to stir. And in the sweetly-smelling woods, The little sisters of the Spring, Newly awake, are listening To the swift-bursting of the buds. The noisy brooks all joyous flow, And gladly now our eyes discern The tuft of grass, the fronded fern, And all that greener...

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. — 2 June 1904

HATED AND ADMIRED. UNIQUE POSITION OCCUPIED BY LOUISE MICHEL. "I Would Open Banks and Prisons," Red Virgin Once Said, "and the World Would Be Quickly Rejuvenated." Paris (France) Special. Louise Michel, who is reported to be dying of consumption in Toulon at the age of 74, was asked once by a French statesman what she would do if the presidency of the French republic were offered her. "I would accept it for 24 hours," the "Red Virgin" answered. "Then I would open the banks and the prisons, and the world would be rejuvenated immediately." The New York World correspondent says that before tile French public knew her as the Joan of Arc of the commune, she was a teacher in a boarding school at Clermont, in the Haute-Marne. When the directress of the school retired the curate of a -neighboring village, Abbe Marechal, who appreciated her highly as a teach er, raised a fund of $2,000 to put her at the head of the school. In those days Louise Michel was an ardent Catholic. When Archbishop S...

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. — 2 June 1904

iS:c .k.v, and Right Prices at it it it it 4 it it O it li f- »»inm»»»::t!n»t»»»»mm CEAS H. DAVIDSON, Jr., President C. H. ROSS, Vice President. S TT. IT. DEJTJrr, Cashier, No. 5S67. The First National Bank. Wmiston, Xortli DakLota. RESPONSIBILITY OF STOCHOLDERS. ONE MILLION DOLLARS. DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX CHANGE FOR SALE. COUNTY DEPOS ITORY. You will Find a Full Line of A Fall Line of Builder's Hardware, J. J. DELANEY,Pres. H. C. DELANEY, Cashier. BERTHA MALOY, Asst. Cashier Citizens State Bank. PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000. ALL HOME STOCK General Banking, Loans, Collections, Insurance. Highest rate of Interest paid on Time Deposits. Drafts iand Money Orders sold, payable any place in United States, Canada and Europe. Steamship Tickets Sold to all Parts of the World. Williston, North Dakota. iHHin»»»ni»»»»»MM»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»H»»8m»r»n{»n»»»»»»HiM» WHOA THERE!! HORSES. All Kinds. Broke, Unbroke. At Moderate Prices. QUR stallions Incinatus and Joe Simpson wi...

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. — 2 June 1904

"3. •••, \-i 1 s^-ii /t'.-Vi -eH v- -i. 4- :r !i '"•& LSWB? \\-C 'fts* LOCAL ROUND-UP. Fourth I There will be a meeting of the citi&ns at the coart house in WilllBton, Fridey evening, June 3rd, to arrange matters and seleet committees for a Fourth of July celebration. Bert'. Martin made a flying trip to Buford Saturday last. The foundation for Mr. Brownell's residence is completed. Robert Bell is quite sick, so be can not attend bis duties at the depot. Percy San ford from the south side was a business caller in Williston on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Himber will occtfpy the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. M. (5. Coleman. Ralph Hollar had the misfortune to be kicked by a horse last week, and has been quite lame ever since. Leave your "Keystone Maid" and "Red Fern" Votes with your dealer but vote right, 46t5 Mrs. Hickethier has improved her residence property by a fine broad sidewalk. much needed improve ment. The Williston base ball club played the Springbrook boys on Decorat...

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. — 2 June 1904

IV. Qs The Pale Bine Cashmere Gown By SARAH S. PRATT T\ ev. JOHN LAWRENCE if Eat at his study table, leaning on his elbow, his usually busy pen held idly between bis fingers. He gazed far over the plains, trancelike expression in his thought ful eyes he believed that the time was coining when those plains would be peo pled and, with the hopefulness which made his missionary life beautiful, he seemed to see the church leading, in spiring and ministering to these peo ple. Already he had visions of a school wherein his own wife would be the rul ing spirit visions of a hospital, a guildhouse and clubrooms, where these savages might grow less savage. Even the fact that thus far only one poor little wooden church building was to be found in many miles did not in the least interfere with his dreams. How long he might have dreamed, no one knows, but he was recalled by a de licious voice calling to him: "I am 22 inches around the waist, John, and my skirt length is 43 You know you asked me y...

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. — 2 June 1904

WOMEN IS WOES. Moch e" women's daily woe is due to MA kidney trouble. Sick kidneys cause back ache, languor, blind 1 headaches, dizziness, uL/ insomnia and urinary ly troubles. To cure yourself you must cure the kidneys. Profit by the experi ence of others who have been cured. Mrs. 'William W. Brown, professional nurse, of 16 Jane St., Pater son, N. J., says: "I have only seen much suffering and many deaths from kidney trouble, but I have suffered my self. At one time I thought I could not live. My back ached, there were fre quent headaches and dizzy spells, and the kidney secretions were disordered. Doan's Kidney Pills helped me from the first, and soon relieved me entirely of all (he distressing and painful symptoms.' A FREE TRIAL of this great kidnej medicine which cured Mrs. Brown wil! be mailed on application to any part oi the United States. Address Foster MiTburn Co., Buffalo, N. For salt by all druggists price 50 cents per bos fGS Of the Skin and Scalp Speedily Cured by Bath...

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. — 2 June 1904

FILXNG8, CONTESTS. FINAL PROOFS, QSS3BB B. I FILINGS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, E. R. BROWNSON, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED. SALE. Buffalo, JTi Pioneer Land Offioe. Williston, William County, North Dakota, Telephone No. ia 3iririh^JrB^irjl O Jone». A1A6HKS AlfD XiAITDB. BolloltoM V. 3P. B. B. L*nda, Accident and Lite iMunnco. Stock Commission^ BUFORD, N CALMBVOOB, C. U. & CoMUdiiMr. PLATS, NOTIKOD. Williston Land Go. If yuu have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale eall and see ns. Office in Stewart's Building, Main Street. Last Mountain —Valley—— THE GARDEN of WESTERN CANADA. The Richest Partofth* Great SuktlelMwu VTUAY. DON'T BUY LAND or LOCATE Anyvhire Until Yon Hw In*—tlgatad Oar This is tin Blctest U»l ii All Cuahl A~,1•lKiaS5V.se-"4 w"~ 60 TOWHSWS TO SELECT FTIMI. $8.00 PER ACRE. SlUaVV IA»Y TERMS. These lands will adTUCt trameadowdy u4 rapidly DONT WAIT. BUT NOW. Descriptive matter, Maps, etc., on application. WM. PEARSON 1 CO, 383 Main Street, WINNIKfl) MAN....

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. — 9 June 1904

pr. v.j® 3. t. XiS t-M. -v.. VOL. 9. NO. 49 Business conditions in New York are far from being satisfactory and the de pression seems to be of a genera] n. ture. A great part of the trouble is, undoubtedly attributable to the fact that this is what is called a '.presidential' year. But, there are otter causes, which are responsible for the present decline in business. The country has enjoyed an unusual long period of pros perity, unparalleled in its history. Everything went booming, the values gradually reached high water mark and as usual in this country, speculation was wildly rampart, regardless of the im mutable laws determining and govern ing actual values, fortunes were made by the turn of the band and others lost with the same case, money was spent liberallv and the factories worked over time to produce enough to svtisfy the increasing demands- Such conditions, with excesses which invariably accom pany them cannot last indefinitely, how ever. A reaction must set in sooner or ...

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. — 9 June 1904

R. C. COPKLAXP, Publisher. WILLISTON. N. DAK- A SINGULAR. TRESPASSER. By LEVI T. YERRISH THE Snohomish region was a very wild tract of country ten years ago, where bears were numerous, as well as wolves and wildcats. The sewellel—a burrowing rodent about the size of a musk rat—made havoc with our first crops, and eagles often carried off our lambs. My brother, Hudson Gerrish, had emi grated to Washington, then a territory, In the latter part of the year 1879. In the spring of 1881 he wrote home to me in New Jersey, asking me to join him in clearing up a farm. I was only 16 then, not a very strong boy, and the joWney alone by way of the Union Pacific railway to San Fran Cisco and thence by steamer to Portland, Ore., was a great undertaking. But I reached Portland without accident, and there my brother met me. We made the trip northward into the Snohomish country with a horse. Hudson was confident that his farm would be the site of a thriving town at no distant day. He had already mad...

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. — 9 June 1904

ANARCHY HIS HOBBY. JOHN TURNER, SPOKESMAN OF THE BRITISH BEDS. la a Mild-Mannered Chap and Has a Poor Opinion of Our Govern ment, Which He Considers a Joke. .. Chicago Special. In an anarchist kotbed on the West side a small, mild mannered and high ly intelligent man sat the other day, and said to a Chicago Inter Ocean reporter he believed in the destructive principles of anarchy. The man was John Turner, an Eng lishman, who is one bundle of startling contrasts. Turner is as gentle as a wom an in his manner, but he condones all ihe outrages which anarchists have committed in the wronged name of lib erty. He is not a vindictive man, yet he preaches the anarchical practices for the sake of the .principle.. He will sympa thize with a man in distress in one breath and in the next will speak sym pathetically of men whose self-assigned .^uty is to kill kings and overthrow gov ernments. Last October John Turner left Eng land to come to America. He got as far as Ellis island and there he we...

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. — 9 June 1904

4s% I II ii m- 4j- IS -T. •'^!Vr:,-^Vv..- *4 OPP and Bight Prices •••••••••••••••••'I#** I 1 ••••.•••'. c. ::t5 V\ E GBA9 A Ai VIDBON, Jr Pre$idetU C. B. £088, Vice Pmident. W. ff. DEJfJfr, Cashier,. No. 5567. The First National Bank. -OF- Wllllfltony Nortb. Dakota. RESPONSIBILITY OF STOCHOLDEBS ONE MILLION DOLLABS. DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX CHANGE FOR SALE. You will Find a Full Line of WEST I WOODMAN'S. J. J.DIUNKT.Pna. H. C.DELANHY, Cashier. BERTHA MALOY, Asst. Cashier Citizens State Bank. MID IIP CAPITAL $25,000. ALL HOME STOCK General Banking, Loans, Collections, Insurance. Highest rate of Interest paid on Time Deposits. Drafts and Money Orders sold, payable 5any place in United States, Canada and Europe. Steamship Tickets Sold to all Parts of the World. Williston, North Dakota. hm»ait«miiinmiii»nnHinmtmiiiiimnt»t»iiniii»iiiiiiiiiniiiiiinnnnm»»iii WHOA THERE!! HORSES. All Kinds. Broke, Unbroke. At Moderate Prices. QUR stallions Incinatus and Joe Simp...

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. — 9 June 1904

LOCAL ROUND UP. 6. M. Thomas is on the sick list this weak. Cornelius Jaynes t»f Stroud was a .visitor in the city this wsek. Thomas 8bea has commeaoed tbs .erection of anew residence. MiasjJaiia Carlson will spend her ya- (caiion Visiting her home st Valley City. Ole Breseth contractor of the Union ^lock, left for bis home in the east this ^week. 8qme extra work and finishing touches are being put on the Union jblock. Miss Alma Leonbardjr expects to spend the vacation with her relatives in ibis city. Reuben Siewert is putting a coat of paint on the brick work of ftliap Tena Freeman's millinery store. *»Mr. snd Mrs. Rev. A. L. Woo\ley are rejoicing over the arrival of a bran new baby girl at their home, which glad event occurred last Friday. Leave yonr "Keystone Maid" and "Red Fern" Votes with your dealer but vote right. 46t5 Miss Elisabeth Webster will visit for a few days in Rolla, and then go to the Worjd's Fair at- 8t. Louis, where fhe will upend a greater part of the sum mer. D...

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