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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 6 March 1896

•1 W 1 t, IVOL. 1. NO. 35. r,'in 'The GRAPHIC is entered at the Poat Office at Williston, If. D.,a8 second class maii^aatter. jnonth. FRINK. WILD, Cleric. GEO. W. NEWTON. W. R. MCOHESNE'Y. JOHN HEFKERNAN, DOUGLAS BELL. School, a p. m. THE WEATHER. U. S. DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE, WKATHEI: BURKAU. CHICAGO, III. Feb. 28, 1896. for North Dakota: Friday, enpw io-night and Saturday colder Saturday. •*. :r tv [PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. '*. H. COPELAND. EDITOR. County Directory. Sheriff-HERMAN ROEHU. bounty Auditor—JOHN BRUEGQEII. bounty TrettSttrerw-T. sB. Za^L. tn«rk of District Court—FRANK WILD. bounty Judge—E. LEONIIARDY. ^•glste rof DecJs—H. E. FIELD. boroner—E.'V. B. ACKERMAST. Sunt. of Schools—MRS. M: A. BERPU. bounty Surveyor—E. C.'PALMER iUgal Adviser—N, A. STEWART. BOARD OP COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. «r+lKt,FERN4^I Chairman. Sd District—E. L. MOORE. 3d District—H. A. JJELSON Direotory for Town of Williefcon, TRUSTEES. CHAS. B. GFBBS," presiuent. JOHN BRUEGGER. T\ R. Z...

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. — 6 March 1896

rj Ml I I \h~.~ feu? I- 4 Ik TOfeton Graphic R. H. Copkland, Publisher. IVlLMSTONi 7 N. DAK. HER GOWNS. BY VIRGINIA MI.ES LEEDS. EK grad atio «jown! Yo* here I hang, limy), forlorn, neglected. I wn.i her first •'raaclc out,r gown, and how proud she of me, :is she* opened the bo?: which held me and .jr«i/cd upon my white ruflics und silk linings! White muslin seemed the most splendid thing in the world to her just then, and she fastened a bunch of white rosebuds very carefully into me, lest she might tear or wound nie. Let me see, how long ago was that? Oh! I iorgot, mustn't mention it. She mightn't like it. She never wa.s good at dates, you know. Anyway, it as lcnur enough for me to have become finite yellow, and to have lost all my sufavess. Alas! This is what we all ecune to! We serve our time, and then are cast aside. It is the fate of all tilings ani mate and inanimate She was so des perately proud of me at first, yet, short time ago she started to rip some oT jny laee oft' to t...

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. — 6 March 1896

&V-$44- THE NOTARY'S BRIDE. It •tfould be hard to enumerate all 1-1 he services rendered Durrieux by his I friend Levignard. It may be that Dur (rieux realized them, but Levignard Inever once suspected, for the reason [that when Durrieux used his friend, [he neglected to tell him of it. Durrieux lived at Itobigny with his r.vife and her niece. When he went to (Paris he stoutly declared liin intention jro return home the same evening, but [oftener it was the next day. He insist ed that Levignard had made him lose [the last train he did not hesitate to [add that his companion did it out of ualice. If Mme. Durrieux was unable to find the 200 francs which she knew she had placed in the drawer, her hus band had loaned them to Levignard'fo i-elieve him of a temporary embarrass ment. Durrieux even whispered to her (that it was some scandal. Mme. Durrieux stopjed him by ex- L'laiming: Mme. Durrieux nevertheless, she scanned him cautiously, for one never knows—"still water runs deep." Sh...

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. — 6 March 1896

%3 is?. -.••• K: *•:. I .- .. 1 1 I: An That Would Not Survive "il.-iit'a Extinction. The .sheep has undergone iiiore modi fication:- at the hands of man than any other animal. All the rest .of our domestic animals have proved their capacity to reassiinie the habits of their wild, -ancestors, but no one? :sheiep Renortof the Treasurer of Williston Special School District, County of Williams, State of North Dakota, for the year besinning January 1,189 ), and ending De comber 31, A. D. 1895. RECEIPTS. Cash on hand at beginning of school year, Jan.:l» A. D, 189a......... Amount received during the year from apportionment of Total amount of bonds issued to date, including all former years'..... cash received for all bonds sold up to date.. .....'..'.. Total amount of bonds outstanding at the end of tbe year, Decem ber 31, 1895 'Avo rage rate ol interest on all bonds how outstanding, semi-an nually, 6 per cient. STATE OF KORTI-I DAKOTA, COCSTY has-taken to a life of in­ dependence, This,...

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. — 13 March 1896

I I *^aa«flpswr-.wr:t'' i!cr""iW: ton flRAFHlc ia entered at the Post Office at ^llliaWniNv))vaiMac6oncl it. H. COPELAND. For clasttmail' matter. TUBL1SHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTbil. W ip EDITOR. rTt? .--v^' W¥ County Diycictor^. h»riff-HBHMAN ROF.IJR. lounty Auditor—JOHNBRUEGGEB. fconnty Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL. fclerk of District Court—FHANK WILD. bounty Judg^-E. LEONHAHDY. fcegiite rof'Peedis—fl. E.1 FIELD. Coroner—E. V. IB. ACKERJIAX. Sunt of Schools—MRS. 4. BERQH. •County Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. 4 AdTUer-r^ .. A. STEWar^ BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st Bietrict—JO^N HEFFERNAN, Chairman. ID District—E. L. MOORE. 3d District-H. A. NELSON. 33irec$ory for Town of Williston TRUSTEES. PKAS. B. biBBS, President. JOHN BRUEGGEK. F. R. ZAIIL. Regular meetings fceld first Tuesday of each JJJONTTI'. FRANK WILD, Ciert. Jjofccol Hjo&rd, Special School District of Wiilietpn, E. LEONHARDY, President. GEO W. ^EWTON. W. R. MCCHESSEY. JOHN IIEFKERNAN, J)OUGLAS BKLL. FKANK WILD. Clerk andTrcai...

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. — 13 March 1896

7 She Williston @rap&it B. 2L OoPBLAHD, Publisher. ." HflLMSTONT N. DAK. THE EVIDENCE OF CKIME. Maj. McLain was a peculiar uiau. 1'ossessing many eccentricities and ex treme ideas, hie was called idiosyncrat ic by many, but nevertheless was a jolly, good-natured companion nt the «lubs. By his friends he was looked upon at times as being erratic, but his liberality and good nature more thaji counterbalanced his undesirable qual ities. The king of good fellows on oc casions, he was equally disagreeable when he was expected most of all to be cheerful and good humoved. About three miles from the qui,et little vil lage of Vet-non he hud spent the greater portion of his day3,. From early boy hood he had liveid at ihe old 'homestead, but, strange to say, he had never mar ried. In the blessed state of bachelor hood he had passed his life, and now, at the mature age of three score and ten, he had-no idea of taking unto him self a helpmeet. He was satisfied with his portion, and content, ...

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. — 13 March 1896

71 FARM AND GARDEN. ROAD LEGISLATION. Ohio Paper's Timely Appeiil to the State Legifllature. 'he tfctag needed is such leg.s 5 of its first dut.es, tak-.i up the sub of in.proved road laws the state. I do not kiow that any change is ncc jary in reference to the common un fed r*ads, unless a severe penalty Provided against the working of the ids late in the fall. All the work on common roads should be done early he summer. 'lie thing" most needed such leg»s on as will,giv? the most liberal en ragement to the fonstruetion of cd roads. It. is now a fact that neu-r tlie vvho'.e people favor these im •venients. Each citizen is willing1 to fair proportion of the burden of expenses needed. This is the al fct unanimous sentiment. There is lnther part of our indebtedness more jerfully paid th.m that which is in Si-o 1 in the construction of gcod lis. The expense is so small cbm led with the vast benefits received Oh, wouldn't journeying be bliss all the roads were just like this? return, tha...

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. — 13 March 1896

STUDENTS IN GERMANY. j£l*e Scholar ^•Vhan LOSING There Holds a Higher riaoe -Than He Does In America. "In a'German's life at a German uni versity," says a writer in the Boston Pbinmonwealth, "I incline to think "University work is a more important iactor than in the life of a student here with us that is to say, if he does jany work at all. He gives it a more prominent position in his social life than is the custom with us he chooses his friends often from among his co workers in away that is rare with us he discourses oh his studies in leisure moments as few Americans vould do at home a good deal of his social life may be based upon his interest in this or that branch of science. This seems strange to us but it is to a great ex tent to a German in a German universi* ty, and it is apt to be doubly so to Bn American. E'er the American cannot avail himself of the various kinds of diversion that attract the attention of the German, and often lie would not desire to do so if he could, t...

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. — 20 March 1896

'i-' NO. 37. •&>* G»AHLIE is entered at the Poit Office at iniUiiton,di::D:,ta»aecond elau mall matter* "SVj. {•.'«I-:, Hn&S* 'i- 'ifUBLI8fi»l'i|V*RT QF FRJDAY AT *. II. COPLLASFI. vv*. —A wSSi. ?omk D-' JOHN R. |IINTON. F. E. ZAHL EDITOR. Sfe ^ory- Sheriff-* HUMAN "®OSHK. County Auditor—JOHN 'SBUKOMK. Cuantr -e^iurcr—F. R. ZxriL. DlMi. of rMrict Court—FKANK WILP. County Judtfs—E. LEONHARDY. Regxats rof Deeds—H. £. FIEI.D. Coroner—E. Y. B. ACKERMAN. ivst. Schd&LS—MRS. M. A. BEHGK. 'County Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. Adviser— N. A. STEWART. ^.NCIFILI'OT COUNTY COJJSTMSIONBM. lit District—THOMAS BURC-ESS. 2.1 Districi—E. L. MOORE.' 3d District— H. A. NELSON, Chairman Directory for Town of Williston. TRUSTEES. CHAS. B. GTBBS, President. megul&r meetings first Tuesday of ®«h •month. J' FBAJJK WILP, fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. Q. 0. F Mepts every Wednesday night. J. R. HXJJTON, N. (G. G. B. METZGER, Sec. HERMAN ROEHR, -Perm. Sep. Williston, North Dakota. Religious. Services...

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. — 20 March 1896

1 Ul» ft & f- I--."- •teWOKstMiGwpliw &. H. COPELANO, Publisher, fflLMSTON, N. DAK. BEYOND. The cries and moans of the fallen !''rom tha stricken field I hear. And my soul is stirred to answer. To shout them a word of cheer For I see how the Lord of Battle Fonts on with a guiding hand To where beyond the failure There is still a happy land. I.ook up, look forth to the future, Though your eyes are dim and weak. Though the storms that beat about you Hide the light of the hope you seek Arise 'neath the beat of the tempest, To the height of your manhood stand. And you'll see that beyond the failure There Is still a happy land. Through the battle ye win to conquest. By the pain andJhe woe ye are blest For only the children of sorrow Can win to the gates of rest. Long since by the Lord of Battle Tne strife was nobly planned— For the brave beyond the failure There is still a happy land. —P. McArthur, in N. Y. independent WHAT AILED MAHALY. BY ELEANOR HOOT. "What ailed Malialy?" Tha...

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. — 20 March 1896

FARMLAND GARDEN. TYPICJL FRENCH ROAD. JL Thing of je»uty and a »Toy to Travelers I and Tourists. The illuaration accompanying this article is ojs that shows the udmirablti qualities ofthe average public highway in France. The pictire from which this cut was made is a olograph taken by th:» vet run wheel tourist, Marriott C. Morris. hi Philad phia, and allows a bit of road betwen Tours and Vichy, near lialeaurou, France. At the padside is a heap of stone •eady to 'beused for instantly.repair ing" any dt'eet in the road, for the renoh hav learned the important i-sson that :he way to have g'ood oads to keep roads ^ood. "A stiich in irne saves ne," and the cost of keeping1 .3 TVX'IC FRENCH L.OAD road in repair is not nearly so great as expense of rebuilding a road that cgleet has allowed to sink into a state decay. The poplars along these French roads ire trimmed to a certain height so that and air can dry the surface, which high in the center, thus allowing wa to flow off at once, afte...

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. — 20 March 1896

i' v' p&M: of TFtoA^rmiim^9 Attest R. C. Stport of the Traasuir of Stony Creek School District, No. Btate of North Dakota, for tfce year beginning January 1, lMo, and ending cumber 31, A. D. ^895. Williams County offers the most ad-, mitageous inducements to settlers by famous stock-raising ranges, and its awn cheap fuel in wood and coal. The winters are mild, and all classes of stock graze out on the ranges nearly the entire -v-uson through, requiring but very little extra feeding. All kinds o? building material and excellent clay for brick raaking can be found in many localities •broughout the county. Financially, Williams County is abso h-.wly Out of debt, there being not a dollar of bonded indebtedness, nor an} .standing warrants, as shown by the •tO'cial statement of the County Auditor iwid Treasurer on Julv 1st, 1895. WILLISTON, the County Seat of Wil Ib.ms County, is beautifully located on rha Great Northern I. -ilroad, with the ssouri River washing its southern '••--•lit...

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. — 27 March 1896

I Tfe«0*A.riHCia.entered at the Post Office at Williston, N. t.. second clans mail matter. FU1L18HKD EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. b. H. COVBLAMD. EDITOR. County Directory. |bir!ff-HSMMi.N ROEHR. pounty Auditor—JOHN BnuiauKK. p#*niy Tireaturer--P. R. ZAHL. pisrk ef District Court—FRANK WILD. fcoanty Judgln-E. LEONHARDY. ksfiste rof Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. hat*, of Schools—Mhb. M. A. BERart. pounty Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. *gal Adfiier—N. A. STEWART. 1st DlltrlCt-THOMAS BLJRSESS. 2d Diltrlct—E. L. MOORE.' sd District—H. A. NELSOJ*, Chairman. Directory for Town of Williston. TRUSTEES. TIKIS. B. GIBBS, President. jbHi* R. HINTON. fr. R. ZAHLi Regulir nleetlflgs held first Tuesday of each tt0nth. Jk FKANII WILD, Cletk. School Board, Special School District Of willistofli 4c. LEONHARDY, President feio. \V. NEWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFFERNAN, DtiuGtxs BELL. FRANK WILD, Clerk and Treas. [drt Btifdrd Lodge No. 18,1.O.C. F. Meets fevety Wednesday night. .. 5. R. H...

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. — 27 March 1896

A K" $ "vi/" 1-5 .e-5u R. H. CoPZLAND, Publisher WILLISTON] N. DAK. HIS PREFERENCE. BY TOM GALLOC. Capt, John Walker sat alone in his quarters, reading a tivin blindly scrawled note that sent old memories surging tliickly through his brain, and dimmed for au instant the gleam oi. his fearless blue eyes, and caused his strong teeth to close more fiercely on the stem of the briar-wood pipe. Seven long years had gone by since la-si lie had looked upon that writing—seven long years wherein he had stubbornly fought down—alike in the glare of barraelc square, and in the fierce din and strife of Afghan skirmishes—the bright memory of a woman's face, the vanished touch of a woman's white hand. Now, the writing was with him again, to take up the old lost thread, and teach him how vain a thing had been his dream that lie could ever let it drop from out the tangle of his life. He read the letter softly to himself as he sat there: "AIY IEAU OLD JACK—The thou slit lias come upon me—now, at I lie...

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. — 27 March 1896

FARM AND GARDEN. THE GRANARY WEEVIL. jest Means of Extermination la Bisul phide of Carbon. This is the time of year when the Ifainier will begin to be worried by the n-ain-bin beetle. We have heard a treat deal about them in time past, and Lave no reason to expect less trouble the future. We will describe the il lustration. The size of the insects may seen by the little straight line beside uh one, the insect as shown being |v ag-nified. The mature weevil is seen lit figure a. His Latin name is Calan ]ra granaria. The larva, that is, the lorm as it comes from the egg, is shown jit b. The pupa form is shown at e. is shown another insect, the name which is Calandra oryza. Oryza, is ,atin for rice, and this insect is popu [tirly called the rice beetle, because he jvas first "discovered in this grain, 'here is a striking similarity between Ihis one and the one at a, but the reader |\ill notice that the thorax is a lon gitudinally punctured. The granary weevil is not an insftfljfc. If re...

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. — 27 March 1896

^iV I' |:-ti „i. •j. ijv 0 '^W -t '.i,•... ,' V' •.&••'& '.• I i^Jtv •ij '40S ?$&' I iS#'- :M AMERICAN FARM HOMES. interesting Data Summed Up for the United States. difference Between the Urban and Kural Population in the Respect of Pro prletorshlp—Race and Sex Percentages There *890,152 families. Of these 52.20 per cent hire the farms or homes which they oc cupy, -while 47.80 -of *S-~ per goge. To put the facts the census bulletin takes the whole country outside of cities and towns having each 8,000 inhabitants or over. 'Of 100 home oceupyiijg families within this non-urban region there are on the average 53 that hire their homes, 10 that own them with incumbrance, and 34 that own them without incum brance. We turn to the 420 cities iand towns that each have a population of 8,000 to 100.000. Of 100v home fami lies in these urban centers we find that 64 hire their homes, and 13 own with incumbrance and 24 witliov.fc incum brance. Passing to the 23 cities that have each a...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 3 April 1896

IT •Vi'.V 1 Tki auniie la entered at the Post Office at FUliaton, N. D.. lecond class mall matter. 'PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. H. COPBLAHD. EDITOK. County Directory. Iharlff—HERMAN ROKHR. Bounty Auditor—Jonw BRUBOOIR. paanty Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL. Hark of District Court—FRANK WILD. ennty Judga-E. LEONHARDY. •llite rof Deeds—H. E. FIELD. porontr—E. V. B. ACKKHMAN. not- of School#™"MRS. M. A. BIITOM. ponnty Surveyor—E. C. PALMAR. Ml AdTiier—N. A. STEWATTT. BOARD pr COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS, 3D District—!. L. MOORE. Id Diatrlat—H. A. NELSON, Chairman. Directory for Town of Willi tfttttriES. CHA#. B. GIBBS, President. JOHN R. HINTON. F. R. ZAHL. RegalaT meeting# held first Tuesday of inch nonth. Williato FRAKK WILD, Clerk. kchool Board, Special School District of Willieton. E. LEONHARDY, President. GEO. W. NEWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFFERNAN DOUGLAS BELL. FKANK WILD. Cler! port Buford Udf| Ni. Meets to&C. HUNGER, Sec. ROKIIR, Perm. Sec '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. — 3 April 1896

f4 IhfWilliston Graphic R. H. COPELAND, Publisher. *ILLISTON! N. DAK. A RIDE TO INDEPENDENCE. MY FRANCKS B. IXUIXGIIAM. Uelnkia came softly down the staira anil looked in at the front room where her sister sat sewing. "I'm going1 out for little walk," sho said, in her gentle, half apologetic voice. Her sister looked up sharply. "Well, don't be gone long, ami xou'd better put on your jacket it's gcttin' real kimler chilly." "Oh, I don't believe I need anything extra I shan't be cold," Belinda remon strated. "Yes, you will, too," Mrs. Bascom said, decidedly. "You go right up stairs and get your sack." And Belinda turned and went obedi ently back to her room. "It's dreadfully silly for ine to have to put it on," she muttered, nodding to herself in the glass. "Seems as tii6ugh I was old enough to know and she sighed, noting the shadow of coming1 lines in her forehead and the sharper curve of her cheek. But sh»". drew on the little jacket over her tight fitting black silk basquf and smoo...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 3 April 1896

(farm and garden, STRIKING AN AVERAGE. r»ctUm conditions will give Cind op Road. Tractive Force. lank jbical block 40 ncadam, small stone 70 htvel, unpacked 160 t-avel. packed 100 felford 50 timmon earth, packed ..100 ^mmon earth, unpacked 200 to 500 immon earth, packed wet 200 to 400 eel rails with locomotive [A good average-trained horse weigh |g not less than 1,000 pounds, weil fed id treated, when actually walking ii'/, liles per hour, can exert a tractive Ireo of 100 pounds. (From the above table we see one rse can draw approximately three Ins on a plank road, 2ys tons on cubical |ocks, one ton on paeked gravel or H'ked earth, one-half to one-fifth ton unpacked earth dry and one-third if je-fourth ton on packed uirtli aft^r kins. |The exceedingly low tract Ve fori eel rails explains the ussfftjMgk-ft lade that it is often cIli OF Jus 1 on flood iiid Bad Roada Scion' tlfically Considered. I Aside from the comfort, convenience lid pleasure of good romls, their cont Lrcial value i...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 3 April 1896

•'uc.'fcito E 4 9m i" »*v\ $.w Uv \\%S 1 :)N: a ty. df a. fei Trra. ri'Av* Jt a WILLIAMS tVj .1 i* fiance ca hancl Cec. 31, c(ulr\n^ Itfee' quarter jistJiif i'a^oxi tk1.• tilI,i urC till lliii.vi iH.tu:.! "i. Balance on iian$ ty, Collections during t'lici disbursements during the quarter. Balance on hand March 31, 1896 Balance on hand Dec. 31, 1895 Collections during the quarter Disbursements during the quarter. Balance on hand March 31,18%.... Balance on hand Dec. 31, 1895.. ..... pollections during the quarter Disbursements during the quarter,.. Balance on hand March 31,1896 ooxiiMTcrE" ap^x»r-A.»roan®. COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS fgr the Quarter Ending March 31, 1896, STATE SCHOOL FUND. REVENUE FUND. f" .-i DK, STATE INTEREST FUND. SCHOOL POLL Am't received from State tuition fund...., ......$ 150 42 pisbursements during the quarter, tuition fund 150 42 SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 2. Balance on hand Dec. 31, 1S95, special fund $ 151 01 (Jollections durin...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
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