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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 25 March 1898

:^i S'-S'-V m}vmx -is-- :fe Kb !i: (1/ .. Spain in Past Pays. After being consigned to dreary exile at St. Helena, Napoleon wrote of his in vasion of Spain: "I made a great mis take there. Spain was an ulcer on my back, eating ray life out." The story of the uneasy heads that have worn crowns in Spain, from Ataulph the Goth, to the rickety lad who is King Alfonso today, bat may te just an ailing child of the common people tomorrow, is one of terrible assasination, cruel treachery, and infamous wrongs. It covers a period of over a thousand years, and stands unique in the history of nations. The Spanish are proud of their blood yet ethnologists baye never been able to classify it properly. They pay, how ever, that Spain was probablv once a part of Africa. For centuries the coun try was overrun with Franks, Goths, and Vandals, and warring people from other countries, and though under the Roman empire, it got no help from the Roman empire, because Rome had troubles of her own, and was v...

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. — 1 April 1898

'_•" Ej! iv.- \j BJ Vi Ittee P' or I be its ppt. tnX font pes pas. Lriff-JAS. •••Z-: :'r Official Paper. L„ GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office at lllistou. N. D..as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. COPELAND. 8. COSTELI.O. Euuty Audltor-HKBMAN ROEHR. fcunty Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL. Kerk of District Court—H. V. SMITH. nunty Judge—E. LEONHAKDV. fegister of Deeds—H. E. FIEI-D. kroner—E. V. B. EDITOR. County Directory. ACKRRMAN. got of Scaools—MKS. M. A. BEKGH. ountv Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. ate's Attorney-K. A. STKWAKT. BOABD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. "1st District—THOMAS BURGESS 2d District-T. C. GAINKS, Chairman. Sd District—WM. LOUGHI,.YND. Directory for Town of Williston. TRUSTKKS. F. R. ZAHL, President. WM. FREEMAN, JAMES KING. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each I month. F«ANK WILD, Clerk. Ichool Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FREEMAN, President. E. LEONHAKDY, W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFFEKNAN. E A. SHARP. R. II. COPF.I.AND....

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. — 1 April 1898

*1", W' 'W' 1 p, |ij 111 PL, -.In A j?l I IP If. W' i? r'1 Jy if,'' «. tl| •w3#i if «. j* W -y ft fV ft *C jft: She SWillteton (Braphit R. 3. COPELAND, Publisher. WILLISTON] N. DAK TWO MOTHERS. a gilded cradle a baby lay, Fair and sweet as a summer day Costly pillows of silk and lace Touched gently by the sleeping baby's face. Just by its side stood the mother fair, In velvet gown, and gems in her hair, The richest lady in all the land, Kindly and courteous, noble and grand Slie lovingly smoothed the pillows of lace And tenderly kissed her baby's face Then turned to the nurse, who was old and gray, With a kindly smile and went softly away, Down to her carriage, swift to the ball, In the vast crowd the fairest of all. High in a garret, cold and bare, On a heap of straw, lay a baby there Its tiny face was wan and old, Sadly it sobbed, 'twas hungry and cold No tender mother or nurse was nigh, No one to heed its piteous cry There by its side the mother lay. Cold in death since the dawn ...

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. — 1 April 1898

AN I I fMk a jp* WM. OVERWORKED BRAIN. From the Record. Plerceton. lnd. Determined to rise in his chosen profes •inn us educator, Ernest Kemper, of Pierceton, lnd., overtaxed himself mentally fnd physically. He was ambitious, his mind was alvravs on his work. Irom early morn until lat® at nigllt 116 continualIy zitfpr his books. "Burned the candle at both ends." Pored Few persons, even with the strongest con stitutions. can keep up under such a strain. In addition to his studies, Mr. Kemper was teaching a school some three miles from hi« home. Finally, his excessive study and the exposure of going to and from school in kinds of weather undermined his health. He was taken to his bed with pneumonia and his overworked brain almost :ollapsed. For several weeks he was seriously ill. Catarrh had taken root in his system and Vi« mind was in a delicate condition. He was sent to Colorado where he spent three months without receiving any bene fit. Then a noted specialist from Cleve land treat...

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. — 1 April 1898

fa i4! 1 L?1 !:& ts KHfiM*'.-'-£ Spain in Past Pays. (Concluded from last week.) Wamba's name is one of the most illustrious in nil the, history of Spain. He had filled many of the offices of the country, and tired of public life, had retired to his home to end his days in peace. He was besanght to permit his name to be put up for election as king, and finding that they did not object to his adyanced age. he accepted, and was elected. The prosperity of Spain ad vanced, education was made much of, religion became purer, and in every way Wainba vindicated the fitness of liis selection, being an invincible war rior as well, liut lie was not proof against these queer people. From the fifth century the custom bad prevailed that when man was sure that death was approaching he caused himself to assume the attire of a monk, and then retired to a monastery to meet death tti a proper frame of mind. If he was too far gone to take the monastic vow, his head was shaven by his friends for him...

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. — 8 April 1898

1 \'.' "u"?''C "•.'•'VI- ''r Official Paper. VOL. 3. NO. tO. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office at Villistou. N. D., as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILiLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND. EDITOR. County Directory. Sheriff— JAS. 8. COSTKI.LO. County Auditor—HKRMAN ROEHR. County Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL. Clerk of District Court—H. V. SMITH. County Judge—E. LEONHARDY. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. Snot, of Schools—MRS. M. A. BERGH. County Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. ittte's ATTORNEY—N. A. STBWABX* Iffla*''*# -'|J~—" 1 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS. 2d District—T. C. GAINES, Chairman. Sd District—WM. LOUGH LAND. Directory for Town of Williston. TRUSTEES. F. R. ZAHL, President. WM. FREEMAN. JAMES KING. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each month. FRANK WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FREEMAN, President. E. LEONHARDY, W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEPFERNAN. IS. A. SHARP. R. H. COPE...

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. — 8 April 1898

•m mm a fi "13 iIvEM 'lift $Wl f. Jjw fsl 'pi! t- -i tS 4 I' #1 1 7, 1/4 k' "4r 1 §?H mt Witliston Graphic E. 3. COPKLAND, •.« Publisher. WILLISTONli N. DAK SOMETIME. Sometime we shall know why Our sunniest mornings change to noons of rain, And why our steps are shadowed so by pain, And why we often lie On couches sown with thorns of care and doubt And why our lives are thickly hedged about With bars that put our loftiest plans to rout. Sometime we shall know why Our dearest hopes are swept so swift away, And why our brightest flowers first decay "Why song is lost in sigh, Why clasping fingers slip so soon apart: Estrangement, space and death rend heart from heart, Until from deepest depths the tear-drops start. Sometime we shall know Each other, aye, as we ourselves are known, And see how out of darkness light has grown And He who loves us so Despite our willfulness and blind com plaint, Will show us how His kind and calm re straint •Can mold a human soul into a saint. Sometime our...

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. — 8 April 1898

mi WOMAN'S FATE. From the Record, Bushnell, 111. Wo woman is better able to speak to othera regarding "woman's fate" than Mrs. Jacob Weaver, of Bushnell, 111., wife of ex-City Marshal covered well-known Weaver. She had entirely re­ from the illness which kept her bed­ fast much of the time for five or six years nast. and says her recovery is due to that remedy Dr. Williams'Pink Pills. Mrs. Weaver is lifty-six years old, and has lived in Bushnell nearly thirty years. She is of unquestioned veracity and unblem ished reputation. The story of her recovery ia interesting. She says: "I suffered for five or six years with the trouble that comes to women at this time of my life. I was much weakened, was unable much of the time to do my own work, and suffered beyond my power to describe. I was downhearted and melancholy. "I took many different medicines, in fact I took medicine all the time, but nothing jjeemed to do me any good. "I read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, and so...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 8 April 1898

if I Name of Fund. State Revenue Fund State Interest Fund State School Fund School Poll Fund State Tuition Fund County General Fund County Institute Fund School District No. 1, Tuition Fund School District No. 1, Special Fund School District No. 2, Tuition Fund School District No. 2. Special Fund School District No. 8, Tuition Fund School District No. 3, Special Fund School District No. 4, Tuition Fund School District No. 4, Special Fund Road and Bridge Fund Town of Williston Dog Tax Road Poll, 1st District 2d District 3d District Penalty and Interest Fund Fines and Forfeitures School Lund Lease Wolf bounty Li A Balance on hand Dec. 81st, 1897. Total S *89.64 overpaid on Auditor's order. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, Town Treasurer's Report. To the Board of Town Trustees of Willis ton, Williston, N. D.: I hereby submit my report of all moneys received and expended for the six months ending March 31st, 1898, as follows: RECEIPTS. From justice of the peace, Ordinance No. 15, From county trea...

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. — 15 April 1898

,.fu- •/**_ Official Paper. VOL. 3. NO. 41- fhfi Graphic is entered at the Post Office at Villiston. N. I)., as sccond e'uiss mail muttur. PUULISIIET) EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND. Enrron, N. A. STKWAliT, X-i "W^r IE2 33 STATE'S ATTORNEY, WILLIAMS CO, Collections promptly attended to. Willistcm. N D. LOCAL ROUND-UP. Rev. Ryan, presiding elder of this district, held services at the M. E. church last evening. Onion Sets and Seed Wheat, at IIrdijeuicii Bros. Mrs. Wm. Snyder returned home last Sunday, after a two-months' absence in Minneapolis. Mrs. S. Brownell, who has been visit ing friends in Minnesota for the past six weeks, returned home Monday. FOR SALE—Ilay and horses, by T. C. Gaines. tVilliston, N. D., March 16, 1S9S. The Missouri river at this point broke tip Tuesday afternoon, and immense bodies of ice have been moving ever since. Five hundred colored troops from Fort Assinaboine, Mont., passed through Williston last Monday, en-route to the Atlantic coast. ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 15 April 1898

5ft- I 4 be ^iUiistpn 4Srajrhit R. a. CoPKLAND, Publisher. WILLISTON, N. DAK THE REFORMATION ... OF THE "MOB. BY CLARENCE MAIKO. CJ TIIOOP of the —th cavalry was as disorderly a lot of soldiers as could be found in the old army. The colonel knew .it to his sorrow. Every officer in the regiment knew it, and even the adjutant-general's office away off in "Washington was aware of it, for the in spector-general had told it, and the rec­ ord of trials by "summary court-mar tial" showed it. The captain of the troop had been ab sent doing duty as a military instructor in a college for a year or more. The first lieutenant was an aid on some brigadier-general's staff, and the sec ond lieutenant had gone away on six months' sick leave. No one in the regi ment wanted to do duty with the troop, and it was without an officer when a rosv-cheeked young gentleman, just from West Point, was assigned to the command of what the adjutant said was "a mob—a hopeless mob!" The name of this "sliave-tail li...

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. — 15 April 1898

TIKBD POUNDS ix months 5aul, it IN 5 astonished WEEKS I prom the By-Stander, Macomb, 111. I Alderman Louis W. Camp, of our city, has his friends of late, by a re- i..,l.]p cain in weight. He has gained fa'hfincls in five weeks. Those of his friends ri Hn not know the facts of his sickness L-n read with interest the following: r«'T was broken down in health and utterly liserable," said Mr. Camp to our reporter. Ir was unable to work much of the time rl so badly afflicted with a form of stomach Unble that life was a veritable nightmare. F"i tried various remedies, but during the of my sickness I obtained no Ulief I had always been a robust, healthy nin and sickness bore heavily upon me. -'About two years ago I was advised to try Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, purchased one box and received so much Lnefit that I used five more and was en- r'elv cured. I gained twenty-two pounds in Ire weeks. Since I stopped taking the pills have scarcely had an ache or pain. lntervtevrtng the Al...

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. — 15 April 1898

hf-'!hi .'-•: ?.ii rife lis :il! •i f!f Jl I •.. ':. \I ®$ti5 If4, •»«. 5 'i"' If.'. €v\ ?, Wv. OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF TIL 10 Board of Co. Commissioners OP WILLIAMS COUNTY, N. D. KECiULAR SESSION. Williston, N. D., April 4th, 1898. Board met in regular session pursuant to law. Present: Coui'rs Gaines, Burgess and Loughland. Board called ^to order by Chairman Gaines. The minutes of the last regular meet ing were read and oh account of an er ror were ordered corrected. On motion of Com'r Longhland, sec onded by Com'r Burgess, that the coun ty commissioners adjourn to allow thfe auditor to correct the minutes of last meeting, they being not in accordance with the original minutes. „On motion, board adjourned to April 5th, 9 o'clock a. m. April 5, 9 o'clock a. m. Board called to order by Chairman Gaines. Full board being paesent. The minutes of last meeting were read, and as corrected, were accepted. The bonds of E. A. sharp, assessor for first commissioner district, were accept ed, E....

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. — 22 April 1898

"^'•'. T' •'.'' -.v Official Paper. VOL. 3. NO. 42. America for Americans. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office at Williston. N. D.. as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED KVKRY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND. EDITOR. County Directory. Sheriff—JAS. S. COOTELLO. County Auditor—HERMAN ROEHB. County Treasurer—F. R. ZAHI,. Clerk of District Court—II. V. SMITH. County Judge—E. LEONHARDY. Register of Deeds—II. E. FIEJ-D. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. 8uDt. of Scaools—MRS. M. A. BERGH. County Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. ,9tete'» Attorney—N. A. STEWART. BOARD OOCNTV COMMISSIONERS »N»CT-FHS«L3 BURGESS #»2d District—T. C. GAINES, Chairman %CF District*-VV-Y- LOCGHLAND. Directory for Town of Williston. TRUS ICES. F. R. ZAHL, President. W'M. FREEMAN. JAMES KING. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each month. FKANIC WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FREEMAN, President. E. LEONHARDY, W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFFKUNAN. E- A. SHARP. R. II. COPELAND, Cler...

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. — 22 April 1898

®br S^iUiston Graphic R. 3. COPE LAND, Publisher. MILLISTON] N. DAK LAUD NOT THE OLDEN TIME. Laud not the dolts who prate and mourn the so-called good old times, They no more match these better days than dollars match with dimes: "lis quite the fashion for some folks to thus bemoan the past, And at the best things of to-day growl deep and look aghast If they were suddenly flung back a ccn tury or so, Their faces would elongate to Ave yards of direst woe. E3' To miss the brimstone matches that we use to start a fire "Would stir their tempers fathoms deep and kindle high their ire To lack the railways, steamboats, street cars with electric power, Would turn these worthies inside out and make their tempers sour. The list might be increased up to a mil lion things or more. The lack of any one of which would make these growlers sore. How would the kindliest of these back somersaulters like To live where they could never see a swift revolving bike? No glass to make their windows of, no st...

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. — 22 April 1898

WOMEN AND THE WHEEL* From the Gazette, Delaware, Ohio. "i ThP healthiulness of bicycle riding for women is still a disputed Question between eminent physicians and health reformers Tlaed in moderation it surely creates for women a means of out door exercise, the benefit of which all physicians concede. like any other pastime, its Used to excess, liKe any timet effect is likely to be dangerous The experience of Miss Bertha Reed, the oownteen-year-o!d daughter of Mr. J. R. Reed, 335 Lake St., Delaware. Ohio, may noint a moral for parents who, like Mr. and •ft' Reed, have experienced some concern fnl^their daughters who are fond of wheel intf In the fall of '96 Miss Bertha, who had ridden a great deal, began to fail in an alarm inff manner. She grew steadily paler and thinner, and it Consumption. appeared she was going into Rest and quiet did her abso- A lutely no good. A physician found her pulse at 104—a very high rate. I Thinking this may have been due to tempo rary nervous ness whe...

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. — 22 April 1898

\«*n J* nfvW 1 (Official Proneedings of Williston Special School District. Williston, N. D., April 16,1898. Board of Education met pursuant to adjournment. Present: Trustees Freeman, Sharp, McChesney, Heffernan and Leonhardy. Board called to order by the president. Minutes of last meeting read and ap proved. S. J. Mackersie came before the board and explained the matter in regard to his paying tuition money into this school district. Moved and seconded that the amount of the balance claimed to be due from S. J. Mackersie for tuition, be rebated. Carried. On motion, the board adjourned until Monday evening, April IS, 1898, at 8 o'clock. R. H. Copeland, Clerk. Monday, 8 p. m., April 18, 189S. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Present: Full board. Board called to order bv the president. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. On motion the bill of Field Bros, for 19.00 was allowed. A Communication from A. H. Brown withdrawing his application for the Intermediate Department of the W...

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. — 29 April 1898

&%* %s 11 PV lu tv •rorosfyiv' ^fiyfel ap** v- ,•**• A «^fVf'k »-. le A J. /V I fhe GRAPHICIS entered AT the PMt Office at .VilliBWu. N. D.. as second class mail matter. .•PUBLISHED EVERY FEIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPEXiAND. EDITOR. County Directory. Sheriff—JAS. S. COSTELLO. Countf Auditor—HERMAN ROEHE. County Ireasurer-jF. R. ZAHL. Clerk of District Court—H. V. SMITH. County Judge—E. LEONHARDY. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. Snot, of Scnools—MRS. M. A. BKBGH. County Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. State's Attorney—N. A. STEWART. BOA HO OF COUNTY COMMISSIONKHS. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS. 2d District—T. C. GAINES, Chairman td District—WM. LOUGHLAND. Directory for Town of Williston. TRCSTKES. F. R. ZAHL, President. WM. FREEMAN. JOHN YANNEGK. Regular meetings held lirst Tuesday of each uoiith. FKANK WILD, Clerk. 3chool Board, Special School District of Williston. WM. FREEIIAN, President. E. LEONHARDY, W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEPI-KRNAN. E. A. SHARP. 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. — 29 April 1898

0"'" R. H. rat K' sp| Co?klakd, Publisher/'" WILUSTON*, N. DAK WHEN MOTHER ROCKS BABY. I don't know much 'bout music and the singln' what is fine, To raise a tune at meetln' Isn't any trade o' mine A plain old haileluyah I could never carry through, lTur all the hymns I'm knowln' wouldn't make but very few. I never teched a piany nor a fiddle and a bow I even don't try whistlln' much of less it's mighty low And yet a restful feelin' in my soul begins to creep When mother rocks the baby and is sing in' it to sleep. It ain't no time that's reg'lar, with the po'try words to match, Sat like the bees that's hummln' in the bloomin* clover patch, It's sweet an' low and soothin' and it makes me kinder seem As if I was as a'ry as a pictur' in a dream. It takes me off a driftin' and a driftin' till I feel A* if the winds were music and thar wasn't nothin' real It jest ain't no use tryin' from a dossin' fur to keep When mother rocks the baby and is sing in' it to sleep. Her voice ain't much, I...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 29 April 1898

FARM AND GARDEN. VV 4 fc •r VALUE OF A PEDIGREE. Tlie Question Discussed by a Man of Wide Experience. a a W a ?fe|is the value of pedigTee?" It seems to me the value of pedigree cuts a big figure in our business, but whether it shoulfll or notl am not prepared to say. How to^equalize this value of pedigree is also another very difficult problem. In the west-certain strains and families have been popularized by various meth ,ods, uptil anything tracing to them is demanding very high prices. In the •n *, east the same strains are advanced in Pr'ce kut very little, and no particular attention is given them, unless the qual ity of the animal is fully up to the standard. As to my general practice, when I buy a hog and of good pedigree I want a pig from a good sire and dam a good family, with a good show rec ord, and it must be a good pig. The first qualification, and perhaps the only one I would sacrifice, would be show record all others I would strive to preserve in the animal I purchas...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
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