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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 June 1904

AS BY A NARROWCHANCE By ETHEL M. COUZ.SON f:W'. (Copyright, 1MM, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) THE two m6n,oddly enough, delivered each his ultimatum on the same cvenihg. •f^Allce," said Jim Benson, addressing the woman he had loved silently for 15 3. years and over, "I won't wait any longer for my answer, and I won't take no. I'm coming to see you again- to-morrow morning, and if you haven't told Miss Laura that you're going to marry me, I Will." 'It isn't as ha If you didn't love me," he ,/continued, taking advantage of the sur prise and amazement that held her speechless.. ".You do love me, dear, and /you know it,- and you know that I know it you know I've' known it—humbly— "N for years. I've never dared say this be lore, but you'd have let me ask you the Question I've always longed to ask, and maybe said1 yes to it years ago if it 4 hadn't been for your sister Laura. Now, it's worse than foolish for us to do with out or wait for our happiness any long just because'she objects to my p...

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. — 9 June 1904

•v 4» A FEEDING SMALL CHICKENS. Food Placed in the Trough Here De scribed Will Be Kept Clean Un til It Is Consumed. Chicks do not require food for the first 24 to 36 hours after hatching. One of the best foods that can be fed the first few days is stale bread slightly moistened with milk. This should be crumbled fine and placed where the chicks have free access to it, so they cannot step on it. If placed on the floor or on a board, the larger part of the food will be trampled upon, and soon becomes unfit to eat. A simple and efficient feeding trough TROUGH FOR THE YOUNGSTERS. may be made by tacking a piece of tin or galvanized iron about three and one half inches wide, and of any length de sired along: the edge of a half-inch board, bo that the tin projects about one and one-half inches on each side. Bend this tip so as to form a shallow trough, and fasten the board to blocks which raise it an inch above the floor, as shown in the accompanying figure. This trough may be from one to ...

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. — 9 June 1904

FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, FILINGS, PROOFS, t, W.B.DIXON. N. W. Pass. Agt- E. R. BROWNSON, SETTLERS LOCATED. CORRE8PONDENE SOLICITED. CABY SAFE CO Pioneer Land Office. Williston, Williams Ntfrih Dakota. Telephone No. lit W. Jones. -ir.v United States Commissioner. Williston, North Dakota. Office One Block North of Post Office. Phone 91. Buffalo, N. T., U. S. A. MINVFACTVMIEBH JONES BROS. Live Stocjt CONTESTS, Commission UPORD. N R. I. CAMERWOOD, f. ROOTHROYD. V. S. Coamissioner. Williston Land Co. PLATS, DEEDED LAND LISTED FOR SALE. frwf VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. [Contractors to United States Government. E. F.ICOX, U. S. Commissioner. J. C. DWYER. BABOilliiS AND LANDS. (Solicitors Ri P. B. B. Liand*. Accident and LUie Insurance. -rm FINAL PROOFS, CONTESTS, COLLECTIONS, RFAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERAGE. COMMISSIONS, HOMESTEAD FILINGS. GENERAL LAND OFFICE BUSINESS. £, E. Jones. I. ABSTRACTS. HOUSES TO RENT. If you have a Farm or City Property for Rent or Sale call and see us. Office in St...

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. — 16 June 1904

Mm SMS cT lOSf SNIPS *W0 RUSSIAN. AND FOUR JAP VESSELS SUNK OFF PORT HJ ARTHUR. WF- itlWR or GREAT NAVAL BATTtf PORT ARTHUR HAS BEEN BOM BARDED INCESSANTLY FOR I SEVEN DAYS. JATANESE SlfffB HEAVY LOSS RUSSIANS CLAIM THAT TWO JAP BATTALIONS WERE AN NIHILATED. •t Petersburg, June 14. Rumors Sre In circulation here that a great few! battle has taken place off Port Arthur tn which two Russian and four Japanese battleships were sunk. No conflrmation" of the rumor can be ob tained. Climax Near at Port Arthur. London, June 14.—According to the Borne Tribune's Chefu porrespondent, Port Arthur has been bombarded in eessantly (or the last seven days. All the western portions of the town, it it stated, have been de stroyed. Several Russian warships bare been damaged, the Japanese •quadron baeklng up the land as saults, but keeping out of range of the fort gum. People arriving at Chefu front Port Arthur are convinced that UH9 Will Be the Declelve Day. Dispatches from St. Petersburg, by way of P...

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. — 16 June 1904

1 She WilUstou® rapine /ipi'ivR. C. COPELAND, Publisher. WILLISTON! N- DAK. AMBITION. fi rather small person went forth one day And twalked with his head in the air. Unheeding the flowers that bloomed in his way He walked with his head in the air. Perhaps he was on© of the sensible lot Who say the spring poets are ail tommy rot, And who didn't like flowers—some people do not— 60 he walked with his head in the air. Avoiding the lowlier friends he might find, He walked yrith his head in the air. With some possible prince for a patron In mind He walked with his head in the air, And seemed to look down on the neighbor ing crowd And proclaim that no off-hand address was allowed Just the chum for a prince who was prop erly proud, He walked with his head in the air. A prince came along, and our friend felt a thrill, As he walked with his head in the air, And said: "Will he see me? I'm sure that he Will If I walk with my head in the air." But the prince met some jockeys, a dancer or two, An...

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. — 16 June 1904

trREAT CLOSED LAND. AS SUCH THIBET IS KNOWN AMONG ASIATICS. British Are Now Trying to Conquer the Mysterious Country o£ the Fanatical Lamas and Ma gicians. London (Eng.) Special. The news dispatches of the last fev weeks telling of the attempts of the Brit ish force under Col. Younghusband to enter Thibet have been somewhat over shadowed by the details of the larger conflict in Asia, which at the present moment is the cynosure of the eyes of the civilized world. China, Manchuria, Japan and Russia to the ordinary lay reader mean some thing concrete, something which even the most casual geographical student can understand! Thibet, "the great zlosed island," on the otlfer hand Thibet, the unknown, the isolated, the mysteri ous, is something which the great world at large looks upon with whimsical dis interestedness. Nomads by inclination and by neces sity, practically every male in Thibet is a soldier, and as they gain a greater part of their livelihood from brigandage and hostile fora...

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. — 16 June 1904

mi t/v "K -,' S: W--' X'^~ '^0. s-y 4 •V.v' ... ,_.v 0J.7 's 2* jjiiitttitjfcja 8. €HAS H. DA VnSON,Jr., Pretident C. E. BOSS, Vice Praident. W. H. DENNY, Cashier, No. 5567. The First National Bank. .. —OP-——— RESPONSIBILITY OF STOCHOLDERS ONE MILLION DOLLARS. DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. FOREIGN" AND DOMESTIC EX CHANGE FOR SALE. COUNTY DMPOS ITORTi You will Find a Full Line of »imiiimiiiimiii»iii»»H»»MniininM»»M»mn»»»8»»»»H»»»»nim»mmn WHOA THERE!! HORSES. All Kinds. Broke, Unbroke. At Moderate Prices. L stations Incinatus and Joe Simpson will make the season. ataservice 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 16Vz hands high and weighing 1,200 lbs. A perfect type and 90 per cent foal getter. Jackson & McKay, 777 Ranch. Nesson, N.D »»ininiM...

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. — 16 June 1904

4f- Xl "•',7..: ISffi vi$^rts|$8s LOCAL ROUND UP. Ollrer Bert left for Minnespolis Misses Bridgie and Mamie 8bea went 4o Buford Wednesday, for a visit with Sli* Sarah Mercer. Editor Maloney of the W bee lock Tpibune, was a business visitor in Wil fiston last Monday. H. W. Franklyn, editor of the White JSsrth Record, was a visitor in the city 4wtween trains Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Brownson and -daughter, Ada Glare, visited at White JBarth the first of thia week. The Graphic this week pqblishes 4hree insurance statements, which may 4M The Ladies Aid of the Congregational church elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Mrs. Schierbeck, president Mrs. Msckersie, vice presi* dent Mrs. Calderwood, treasurer Mrs. Brownson, secretary Mrs. Heffernan, Assistant aecretary. Mankato Commercial College, Man* Jnto, Minn., will help you to make anopey. Write for their catalogue. A'.' W. Tracy, representing the American Book Co., was in the city last week with a view of effecting a ch...

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. — 16 June 1904

White Violets ADA MARIE PECK (Copyright,HOt, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) THERE are people wi»o can give a cozy, home-like look to the most barren apartment. Ann Kent was one of them. She could take a piece of turkey-red calico, an4 a length of olive cheese cloth, give it a. twist and a flirt, and evolve a drapery» or a picture background, which had moire grace, •and was more effective than a bit of choice fabric in another person's hands. Miss Kent sat at a little table spread with an artist's outfit and was paint ing an Easter card from a bunch of flowers "Why don't you sav something?" ran on her sister, in a tone of slight vexa tion. "If you think 'silence is golden,' why, then, continue to keep still, for it is gold I want heaps and. heaps of It" Miss Kent still kept her head bent over her work, but repeated in a low roice: 'Whereunto is money good? Who has it not wants hardihood, Who has it has much trouble and care, Who once has had it has despair." "That is just it!" cried Ann, '...

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. — 16 June 1904

A World Wide Reputation. Wherever men are there will be illneaa, uad wherever people are ill Dodd's Kid ney Pills will be found a blessing. Solely on their merits have they pushed their war into almost every part of the civil izea world. Their reputation as an hon est medicine that can always be relied ou has been built*, up by the grateful praise of thope who have been cured. The two following letters indicate just bow the reputation of this remedy knows no geo graphical bounds. The sick and suffering *11. over the world are asking for Dodd's Kidney Pills. Dear Sirs: I havfe been suffering for some months from a Kidney complaint. The doctor who attended me recommended me to take your "Dodd's Kidney Pills." After two boxes I got some relief. But unfortunate ly I have not been able to go on with the treatment, being unable to find any Pills in Cairo. The Chemist who sold me the two boxes has informed me that he had sent an or der for some, and has been keeping me waiting for more tha...

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. — 16 June 1904

IfJ'V Wi-Wh fll'w: '•fr."1 MViigSf pj§§#s k{v. fef-i:. 8' .".' 4: r_. 9, Williston, Williams County, S&- y:'- ffi,,»#7Sfctf«'.3 *Vfc E.R. fc-*- FILINGS, ... CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, North Dakota. Telephone No. 12 O Jones. #E GALHRWOOl), I—) FILINGS, PROOFS, United Statesu Commissioner. nv. SETTLERS LOCATED. CORRESPONDED SOLICITED.. Williston, North Dakota. Offic* Oca Block North of Post Offlcs. Phone 91. CARY SAFE CO. Buffalo, N* Y., U, S. A. MlXVFACTVHSSBa' 5©st VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. Pioneer Land Office. BAS ClUAS AND LANDS. 6iulJcUoi J-. XC. CONTESTS, 8. B00THR0YD. V. S. Couiuiooer. PLATS, ABSTRACTS. Stop Over in Chicago on St. Louis Fair Tickets charges to go via Chicago and ten ilavs stop & will be given in Chicago both going and returning, if 'I' desired, on all St. Louis Fair tickets, via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Five daiiv trains to Chicago, 8:30 a. ni., 4:00 £29 p. ro. (The Fast Mail), .S,35 p. m. (Kicmeer Li...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 23 June 1904

if J*-*' ffi .• -t- ... /. .S$ r-'I *v '»U'. ?."r 4il 'I. 'J ijh *4 3 v- *1 :sa r:^ •/j* *F -~t1 jfc* VLADIVOSTOK FLEET CUT Off •APANE8E WILL PREVENT THEM FC. RETURN I NO TO THAT HARBOR. ®F IK REMARKABLE RAW IS OVER FIVE JAP SHIPS WERE 8UNK OR DESTROYED BY RU88IAN RAIDERS. Wr TAKE INNER TORT AT PORT ARTHUR JAPANESE REPORTED TO HAVE LOST 1,000 MEN IN THE EN* GAGEMENT. Hakodate, June SI. Tbe Rttasian war raaaaki are out oft from Vladivos tok. They hare flunk the Yawata Mara and the Aaaha Mara, two «*:Ucg ahlpe, off Toeahl. Toklo, June 11. The Yawata aid the Anehl, two Balling ships, were a%uk by the Russians on Thursday between Ko island and Okuehimi island, Off the west coast of Teso an* north Of the Tsugaru strait. Thirtr n^ea survivors reached Tsashi Thursday afternoon. This makes a total of #»a Japanese ahlps sunk or destroyed by the Rus sian raiders. Thought He Had Eseaped. The remarkable raid of the Russian Vladivostok squadron evidently is over. The squadron disappeared yes ter...

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. — 23 June 1904

6„ r,i ®he3H'iUi5toti®rii|)hic -,y' R. C. JACKhis 1 COPEIIAND, Publisher. ^"WILLISTON. N. DAK. THE ONE SHE MARRIED Bjr LAW1ENCE HENRY (Copyright, UOt, by OkUr Storjr Pub. Co.) MASTBRSON was a gambler. He had not always been a gambler, nut In early manhood had shown sporting proclivities to such a degree that pretty Dollie Carter had refused to marry him. At the time Dollie had another suitor and when she became the wife rt Fred Stanhope the rage of Masterson was deep and suppressed. Stanhope was apparently of a very different mold than his unsuccessful rival, for he was regarded as an exem plary young man. A clerkship in a bank vouched for his business integri ty and an identification with church work established his moral character. He was a likely catch, nevertheless there were those of Dollie's friends who intimated that the dear girl had given up her less conventional lover with a smothered heart sob. However, the wedding bells pealed merrily and soon Fred and Dollie were enscon...

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. — 23 June 1904

BIG MAID OP MAINE. TIPS SCALES AT THREE HUN DRED AND EIGHTY-FIVE. MIm Cassie Carter Is Aged Only 28 and Is Growing—Villagers Call Her a "Big Help" to Her Mother. Boston (Mass.) Special. By the time she has attained her full growth Miss Cassie M. Carter, of South Bluehill, Me., can justly claim to be ing one of the largest women in the country. Although but 28 years of age, she already tips the scales at 385 pounds, and with good health and good appetite 'in her favor, is gradually increasing in dimensions. What the limit will be, and how soon it will be reached, Miss Carter, of course, does not know, and if the sub ject is giving her any worriment it is certainly not causing her to lose flesh. She has an appetite which calls for three generous meals per day, and the matter of dieting as a means of reduc ing her weight has apparently not re ceived her serious consideration. Added to this healthful appetite is a love for exercise in the open air, and summer visitors at South Bluehill ...

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. — 23 June 1904

The Best of Rigs tVHt klLlLHH VlLlLlLlLt I* VUJulJl I I CHA8 H. DA VIDSON, Jr., President C. E. BOSS, Vice Pretident. W. H. DEJfJTT, Cashier, No. 5567. The First National Bank. -OF Wllllston, STortli Dakota. RESPONSIBILITY OF STOCHOLDERS OHM MILLION DOLLARS. DO A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX CHANGE FOR SALE. COUNTY DEPOS ITORY. inridrinryiry-yytr^^ jyyyyyy (ry iro'irn You will Find a Full Line of Mitchell Wagons, Mitchell Buggies, Triumph Gang Plows, Triumph Sulky! Plows, Moline Breaking Plows, Moline Stirring Plows Molme 'Good Enuft" Sulky Plows, Moline "Flying Dutchman" Gang Plows. A Full Line of Builder's Hardware, and Right Prices at WEST WOIDMAN'S. J. J. DELANEY,Pres. H. C. DELANEY, Cashier. BERTHA MALOY, Asst. Casbier 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 and Money Orders sold, payable any place in United States, Canada and Europe. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 23 June 1904

r-.t'T- .hU. fT"% 41. LOCAL ROUND-UP. Jimmie Jackson visited Bay „last Sat urday. Clarence SOBS is visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Dan Alleman has gone to Botti neau to join her husband. The city council are sitting this week as a board of equalization. T. B. Forbes and wife of Buford were visiting friends in this city last Saturday. The Barbers State °|oard of Ex aminers will meet at Minot on June 29th. Mrs. D. C. Page left this week for a month's visit with friends at Pulaska, Michigan. Fred West has moved to his new ranch home four miles northwest of Williston. Harry Porter, night operator for the Great Northern road, is confined to bis room by sickness. Miss Buth Parker, of Brainerd, Minn. is'visiting'at tbe home of her auut, Mrs. Will McCbesney. Mrs. Will McChesney and daughter, Miss Bell, arrived home from Brainerd, Minn., Sunday morning. A. J. Matson of Hudson, Wis., is the guest of his old friend Ed. VanAntwerp, the Furniture man, in this city. Mabel Metzger arrive...

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. — 23 June 1904

Two Burglars '•myfRS. GEORGE B. KINNEY has left [Y| the city for a six weeks' visit in Elmlra." These words caught the eye of a man In a cheap eating house of a large city one morning. They were printed on a torn bit of newspaper with a date left on the top line. He folded the paper carefully, placed it in his coat pocket, and in a drizzling rain took his way leisurely through the streets to Elmwood avenue, until he reached the house. With a ready excuse for the call pre pared, if occasion demanded, he knocked at the door, tried the bell, and finally, unable to gain admission, went away. But at half-past ten that night he and his mate went over aback fence, climbed the trellis to the second story and looked in. It was still raining and the place was intensely dark, save for a dimly burn ing gas jet. As the foremost man raised himself over the window sill and glanced into the room he uttered a cry of aston ishment which made the man below pull viciously at his coat and caution him to...

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. — 23 June 1904

TIRED, SUFFERING WOMEW. Women run down and endure daily tor tures through neg lecting the kidneys. Kidney backache makes housework a burden rest is im possible sleep fit ful appetite gives out and you are tired all tlie time. Can't be well until the kid neys are well. "Use Doan's Kidney Pills, which have restored thousands of suf fering women to health and vigor. Mrs. William Wallace, of 18 Capitol St, Concord, N. H., says: "I was in the early stages of Bright's Disease, and were it not for Doan's Kidney Pills, I would not be living to-day. Pain in the back was so intense that at night I had to get out of bed until the parox ysm of pain passed away. I was languid and tired and hadn't the strength to lift a kettle of water. 1 could pot work, but a few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me, and two boxes absolutely cured me." A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mrs. Wallace will'be mailed to any part of the United States. Address Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, N. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 23 June 1904

i' IvtaafttfMiail FILINGS, CONTESTS, FINAL PROOFS, Williston, Williams County, North Dakota. Telephone No. 12 E. R. BROWNSON, R. M. CAMWOOD, C. E. II. S. Commissioner. FILINGS, PROOFS, PROOFS, CONTESTS, United States Commissioner. SETTLERS LOCATED. CORRESPONOENE SOLICITED. Williston, North Dakota. Office One Block North of Post Office. Phone 91. CARY SAFE CO Buffalo, N. T., V. S. A. MAXWJ&ACTUBKB8 is! Bwl© 1 VAULTS, LOCKS, ETC. Contractors to United States Government. Pioneer Land Office. Solicitors IT. P. It. H. Lands. Accident and. Lire JONES BROS. Live Stock Commission BUFORD, N. PLATS, LAi" W. B. DIXON, N. W Pass. Agt- c.* .&3ferL* z.,.% DEEDED LAND LTSTED FOR illiston Land Co. Stop Over in Chicago on St. Louis Fair Tickets No extra charges to go via Chicago and ten days stop will be given in Chicago both going and returning, if desired, on all St. Louis Fair tickets, via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Five daily trains to Chicago, 8r30 a. m., 4:00 p. m., ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 30 June 1904

Hit wm m?.. W:. Another River Victim. Minneapolis, June 28.—Hall Strife, an eighteen-year-old boy, was drowned in the Mississippi yesterday. He was swimming with two companions down near the mills and dived off a log |oom. As he came up he started to Bwim back to the boom, about live feet away. The current was too strong and he went down. Archbishop Guidi Dead. Washington, June 28.—A cablegram was received at the war department yesterday from Manila announcing the death there of Archbishop Guidi. Drowned While Bathing. .£~^Neche, N. D., June 28. Frank Lemdkie, twenty years old, was drowned while bathing in the Pembina river, near this place. Excessive Heat in New York. New York, June 28.—One death and eleven cases of prostration were re ported as the result of the excessive heat here yesterday. ja July tst, pn'ttbita the tale of utf were rage containing over f*f ceo* alcohol. Uif fermented Mal Extract, the ocw tonic beverage, complies with the lap. It not in ioncatiag and ie absolut...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
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