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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 9 August 1900

-t*: VILLISrON GRAPHIC. y^fflOJAL PR,pCS£DINGS '1: ,0**Tii.% *J9oard of Co. GojWfciss&ilicRS IIXTAMS COUNTY, K*3J» h»v SPKIAL 6HS8I0N. W*. 1 the completion of the assess­ ment roll for 1900 by the board ©^equal isation, with the exception of probably a slight change in the railroad mileage by the State board of equalisation, the usesud valuation of Williams county WM foond'to be f678,037.0®, therefore in creaeip&our debt limit to $33,901.85,. in •tqiul of 32,563.65, as previously shown by,the 1609 assessment.. Oa motion, the following amounts were levied for the general fund for the •nsuing year: Sheriff's $ 3 0 0 0 0 0 Auditor's salary, 750 00 C3»rk of Court's salary, 600 00 Treasurer's salary, 800 00 Register of Deed's salary, 750 00 Judge of Probate's salary," 400 00 Coroner's salary, .... 200 oO 8upt. of School's salary, .. 300 00 ODijinty Surveyor's salary, 200 00 States Attorney's salary,. 500 00 County Com in isaioner's salary, 500 00 Conrt expenses, ... 5,000 00 Tota...

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 August 1900

f/' rJ$F && vi 5 "i .^——. -?«-v.- :. .,f/ Sr \S /$£?«- ^i*~ sib* 'Sk-*- •rjrf?'. rZ. W .ify if -Ijfj sfv sg .*.** ^.-v- ,» UrT- v* K\«?VV r':?t3P -'H j, I, ^ll^WsSf5 A no.^t uoL.gp Tito GSAMIICis entered at the Port Offioe a' Williilon, N. D.. ausecond class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. •R. H. COPELAND, EDITORS. WILLAED B. OVEBSON ISON, Oeunty Directory. Shcrlff-JAS. B. COSTELI.O. County Auditor—H. 'V. SMITH. County Treasurer—JOHN HEWKBNAN. Clerk of District Court—J. C. FIELD. Oeunty Judite-rJ. W. TRUAX. Register of-Deeds—H. E. FISLD. Ooroner—BOU6I»AS BELL. Snot, of Scnools—F. J. WAMMION. Cosnty Survevor—E. C. PALMER. State's Attorney—N. A. STKWAKT. BOAKD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. hit District—J. C. STKWAKT. ad District—T. C. GAINES. Chairman, •d District—E. O. WBSCOTT. Fart Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. Meeta every Wednesday night. W. H. SMITH. N. G. PAUL SCIIIERBECK, V. G. N. E. PRUDHOMME, Sec. I. C. STEWAHT, Treaa. TrusteeB—WM. SNYUBK, 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. — 16 August 1900

JfW/V i" W' ':0* Washington set wm BY COt'KLAND &• OVERSON. WILLISTON, N: DAK. OLD GLORY IS THERE. iVhere flies not the flag that our fathers unfurl'd In the heat of the struggle that startled the world— Where the drums beat the charge and the red-coats went down, And Liberty won In the fall of a crown? Where waves that proud banner which Aa a sign in the heavens that Bight tri umphs yet. As a symbol of honor, the pride of the free Who stand 'neath its folds on the land and the sea? Go stand where the peaks in their majesty glow And the sun ever shines on their garments of snow. Go watch the dark waters that ceaselessly roll And whisper the tale of the far-away Pole Aye, stand for a time 'neath the pitiless sky Where the ships of the Arctic drift, ice laden, by What Is that waving free on the cold, cut ting air? *Tls a banner of beauty—Old Glory is there! Go South where the Sun in his majesty shines On the gold of the orange, the green of the pines— Where the clear water run thr...

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 August 1900

The World Against Bin By WILL N. HARBEN. Copyright, 1900, »y A. N. Kellogg Newspaper Company. CHAPTER XIX.—CONTINUED. The vi ind blew the fine flakes of snow under the roof of the porch, and they fell and melted on her iron-gray locks. She did not look at him when she be gan, nor did she give liim her eyes steadily once through the whole re cital. "You've heerl 'bout yore pa's bush whackin' days up in Tennessee endurin' of the war," she began. "He was a sort of a head man against 'em all. They made a good deal by it, fust an' last. He used to tell me all about it 'fore we got married an' I was sech a foolish young thing that I thought his conduct was smart, an' that Jade Fanshaw was about the finest ketch in them moun tains. They did their biggest business an* made their biggest hauis by captur in' folks that was travelin' heer an' yan through the mountains to git away from the war, as most of sech folks had money about 'em. They didn't kill often, unless it was through lack of prop...

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 August 1900

r*\ I WILLISTON GRAPHIC, ^Official Proceed inss of W illiston Special School. District. Williston, N. D., Auiinst 14,1000. Board met in regular sennit-m. Present: Messrs Leonlmrdy, Biild win ami Woodley. Absent: Messrs. Heffernan und Mar kell. Miuutes of previous meetings read •ad approved, ,. The board proceeded to open bids veceived for tininiiiiit the second story of the new. brick school building. as follows: E. V. B. Ackerinnn, to complete building, and furnish all material, $1,713.09 except ingthe plaster inn and plas in at a $ C. A. Foster, Nesson, bid for carpenter work W.H.Smith, lath »ud plaster ing, O. A. Ruple, carpenter work, T. F. McGraw.l to complete building, A. A. Austill, to complete build i»K. D.F. King, carpenter work, Wm. Boettclier, lath and plas tering, 1,104 32 925 00 570 00 825 00 1,265 00 1,735 00 825 00 643 00 On inoiion, of Mr. Baldwin, seconded by Mr. Wood ley, the hid of T. F. Mc Gmw was accepted, his bid being the lowest. On motion, the clerk was instr...

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. — 23 August 1900

»V„ v#' i?: 1-'5^" & ]t •u "r „j k**r* The 4 GRAPHIC IS fR. H. COBELAND. Services 11 a. m_f and 8 p. m. each Sunday. Epworth .League ,7:15, p. m. 'Midweek Prayer-e^rvice, Thursday,-8 p- m. ?loc AL" R5B NJ ul*. ijack Williams was over from hts ranch iTuesday. -MissThuraTruax is on the Bisk list .this week. (John Grogan was over from the south .side this week. -John A. Buckley's family arrived from Minot last :week. :Ed Jack .was dawa from his Eight *Miie ranch Saturday. FOUND—An umbrella. Call at this .office and describe it. Dog. Blalock had business on this side of the Missouri Tuesday. More, rains visited this section of caun try last Sunday and Monday. ,W.:R. McCliesney is expected to make this city a.visit in a few days. Charley Becker was down from his (Eight-Mile ranch yesterday. .O. D. HoflF and Joseph Parrett are «p from Ho&und on hasiness to-day. FOR SALE—A fine .Double Seated ••Surrey. Inquire at the Graphic Offic. Wtn. Barstad and Gust Bjorkland were .ctp from Hef...

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 August 1900

Ihe^iltiston graphic wK WILLISTON, BY COPELAND & OVEflSON. I N. DAK. THE OFF SIDE OF THE COW. Old Wendell Hopkins' hired man Is an ab sent-mlnded chap He'll start for a chair and like as not set down in some one's lap. I happened along where he stopped to bait his bosses the other day— He'd given the hosses his luncheon pail and was trying to eat their hay— A kind of a foolish sort of a trick for even a hired man, But he tackled a different kind of a snag when he fooled with Matilda Ann. When he fooled with Matilda Ann, by jinks, he got It square in the neck, And the doctors say, though live he may, he's a total human wreck. He's wrapped in batting and thinking now Of the grief in insulting a brindle cow. Matilda Ann gives down her milk and she doesn't switch her tail, She gives ten quarts—week in, week out, and she never kicks the pail. She doesn't hook and she doesn't jump, but even Matilda Ann Ain't called to stand all sorts of grief from a silly hired man. And when he stubbe...

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 August 1900

CHAPTER I. THE CABMAN'S FARE. It was bitterly cold. The keen De cember wind swept down the crowded thoroughfare, nippinff the noses and ear# of the gay pedestrians, comfort ably muffled in their warm wraps. Broadway was thronged with the usual holiday shoppers and pleasure seekers. Cabs with their jaded steeds driven by weatherbeaten jehus, and private carriages behind well-groomed horses handled by liveried coachmen, deftly made their way through the crowds and deposited their fares at the entrances of the brightly-lighted thea ters or fashionable restaurants. A wizened hag, seated on the curbstone at the corner, seemed to shrink into herself with the cold as she turned the crank of her tiny barrel-organ and ground out a dismal and scarcely au dible cacophony while an anxious eyed newsboy, not yet in his teens, shiv ered on the opposite side of the way, as, with tremulous lips, he solicited a purchaser for his unsold stock. One could hardly be expected to open :i warm overcoat on 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. — 23 August 1900

Ofloial Proceedings of Williston 0 \Speoial School District. WHItaton, ». D., Angnst. 10, 1900. lwrd met pnmannt to adjournment. ?mwnt: Messrs. Leoitliardy, Bald Win, Heffernan and Woodley. AbsentrvMr^ Mnrkell. I. On motion. Miss Luoile M. Hnrkens vn hired to teach the Advanced De partment for the ensuing year. T. F. McGraw, having submitted a bid Ibr the completion of the second story •f the new school building, which bid 1M(1 iv been accepted, cmne before the Hoard and asked to be allowed to with nv his bid, as it had been made under a misunderstanding as to the lathing and furring the brick walls. Oti motion, Mr. McGraw was allowed to withdraw his bid. On motion, all other bids for comple ting said building, received by the board on the 14lb, were rejected for the rea son that in- the opinion of the board tberare excessive. Ota-motion* the clerk was instructed to re-advertise for bids for the comple tion of the second story of the brick school building, omitting the papering of 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. — 30 August 1900

-f'* S& ".*** r* -k-L 4^f^^K\."-i*\^lf/f^^^rf^i.yi—^i,t-f' •WV "«, %4 V^'V 4 1 1 ir iCjucjAtij*-,v »*. -.th %V .* t ?i H, Sr E. H. COPELAND, PBHSWSS The GRAPHIC IS entered at the Post Office a* WiUiston. N. D.. as second class mail matter. •PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. EDITORS. VILLABD B. OVERSON County Directory. Sheriff—JAS. B. COSTELLO. County Auditor—H. V. SMITH. Bounty Treasurer—JOHN HKPFERNAN. Clerk of'District Court—J. C. Fisu». County Judpe-'J. W. TEUAX. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Coroner—DOCGI-AS BELL. Bunt, of 8coools—F. J. WAI.DBON. County Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. Male's Attorney—N. A. STKWAKT.- BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—I. C. STEWART. 1 «d District—T. C. GAINKS, Chairman. District—E. O. WESCOTT. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0. 0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. W. H. SMITH, N. G. PAUL SCIIIERBECK V. G. N. E. PRUDHOMME, Sec. I, C. STEWART, Treas. Trustees—WM. SNYDER, R. H. COPE LAND. O. BKRGH. Williston, North Dakota. School Board, Sp...

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. — 30 August 1900

l-b 5v- .^yv .-/*:•, 5 iSfJrf-I- :ffe Bv COi'ELAND Jk OVERSOX. WILLISTON, v~5~ N. bAK. THE ONE WHO STAYS AT HOME. The family grows and some must go, Far from the sheltering roof, Where high suns burn, or cold winds blow, To hold the foe aloof. But while the many forward run, And great ships go and come. Ye let us. sometimes think of one— The one who stays at home. Stout hearts have they who cross the seas And distant perils face. Who wish to 'scape from deadening ease, Or scale to higher place. But valiant, too, is he whose heart. Like theirs, would breast the foam, Yet at the old hearth keeps his part— The one who stays at home. New countries have great fields to reap, Need young and vigorous brain: But Motherland some sons must keep, To sow and bind her grain. The old folks, too, need some one there— They can no farther roam— Of all the flock there's one to spare— The one who stays at home. —Joseph S. Dunn, in N. Y. Independent. I Mr. Jobson's New Camera WHENsmallJobson Mr. got ho...

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. — 30 August 1900

THE STURGIS WAGER A DETECTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MORETTE. Copyright,1889, by Frederick A. Stokes Co. CHAPTER II.—CONTINUED. "That is just the point," replied Sturgis "another witness will be biased by his-interests or prejudices, blinded by jealousy, love or hatred, or handicapped by overzealousness, stupidity, lack of memory, or what not. Circumstantial evidence is al ways impartial, truthful, absolute. When the geologist reads the history of the earth, as it is written in its crust when a Kepler or a Newton formulates the immutable laws of the universe, as they are recorded in the motions of the heavenly bodies, they draw their conclusions from evidence which is entirely circumstantial." "Yes but you forget that science has often been mistaken in its con clusions," interrupted Sprague, "so that it has constantly been necessary to alter theories to fit newly acquired or better understood facts." "Granted," rejoined Sturgis, "but that is because the interpreters of the evidence are fal...

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. — 30 August 1900

A Card. To people who have read the GRAPHIC since I purchased nil interest in it, an answer to the article in last week's Herald accusing ine of using the columns of this paper to try and defeat the Re publicans of this county is not in the least necessary. To those who have not read tlie GRAPHIC I will say that the statement is a lie, pure and simple, and I challenge the author of the article to fliow a statement in this paper since I li»ve been connected with it that uives the slightest ground for the statement. The GRAPHIC Is not a Democratic paper as stated in the article hut an Indepen dent loaal paper. I myself am, and have always been a Republican. M.y con nection with the GRAPHIC was a matter of business and not of politics. Thus far I have made no statements regarding anv of the candidates for office that 1 did not believe to be true and would not HS soon have them hear. Whether I am elected or not to the otlice of States Attorney I do not intend to euy or do anything durin...

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. — 6 September 1900

,2". A ae®\ $ f».E,pcr 'jL—f —'i. :'t»v' W :L. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office a' riftlliBton. N. D.. as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COl'ELANI). NI), WILLARD R. OY EDITORS. VKKSON, County Directory. Sheriff-JAS. S. COSTEU.O. bounty Auditor—H. V. SMITH. FLINTY Treasurer—JOHN HEVFERNAN. Jlerk of District Court—J. C. FIEI®. County Jndse-J. W. TttCAX. Register of Deeds—H. K. FIELD. Ooroner—DOUGLAS BELL. SuDt- of Scnools—F. -J.. WALDRON. County Surveyor—E. 0. PALMER. state's Attorney—N. A. STKWAKT. BOARD OFXUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—I. C. STEWART. 8d District—T. C. GAINKS, Chairman. 8d District—E. 0. VVESCeTT. cort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. Meets •every Wednesdny night. W. H. SMITH. N. G. PAITT, SCIUERISBCK, V. G. TS. E. PRUIMIOMME, Sec. I, C. STEWART,Treas. Trustees—WM. SNYDER, R. H. COPE ULNO. 0. BERGH. Williston. North Dakota. School Board, Special School District ol Williston KMIL LEOSKARDfi', .President. CHAS. B...

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 September 1900

m*-': •m jP^i" fK n- v. 'it? i": Sfe .'V, Jrli file Hilton (iksiphM BY COx'EIJLND & OVKKSON. WILLtSTONl I N. DAK. THE OLDEN TIME. The olden time of long ago! When skies were clear and blue. And hearts were young and light, you know, And yet so good and true When "yes" was "yes," and "no" was ,i-*' 5 no» wfekf* And tears were rare and few. Our world was hedged by bounding hill. Beyond we could not see. We did not have the, thoughtful skill To solve the mystery Of distant place, nor yet the will To care if such could be. For us alone arose the sun: For us the moon at nisht Came stealing up when day was done, With disk of frozen light. And when their courses tjiese had run, They just dropped out of sight. The singing birds from Southland came, But that was "off somewhere." The howling winds that none can tame Rushed in from "over there." And flying snow—God made the same From bits of cloud and air. The long azo, now lost to view, The time of love and song, When days were all of lif...

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 September 1900

THE STURGIS WAGER A DETECTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MORETTE. Copyright, 18W, by Frederick A. Stokes Co. 5 CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED. "I beg to suggest," remarked J)unlap, "that the sliots heard by the policeman &nd his prisoner were not fired from the inside of the bank." "That appears quite likely," admitted Murdock "but they must at any rate have been fired? in close proximity to the bank, since the witnesses agree that they appeared to come from in side. In that case, whence were they fired? By whom? And why? On the whole, my little puzzle does not seem to me so ill chosen. What i» your own opinion, Mr. Sturgis?" "I quite agree with you that the problem is probably not so simple as it seemed at first blush to Sprague. "Very well. Then doubtless you are •willing to undertake the task of supply ing whatever data may be required to complete the chain of evidence against Quinlan?" "By no means," replied Sturgis, de cidedly. "Indeed? Ah! well, of course, if Mr. Sturgis wishes to withdraw h...

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 September 1900

The Fair, the sw, a w, v.*" •"'1 1 Falls. '%m! or more properly speak inn, races, Monday, Tuesday and yeeter- Ay, were largely- attended by the peo W£ pie of this town and county, while visi J- tors from towns a number of hundreds of miles distant, wer* quite numerous. Minot, Havre and Chinook, ting espe cially represented. Monday and Tues day the races were held oil Leonhardy's race-track just east of the curthouie, and Wedneidny, on accouut of the heavy rain Tuesday night, on the Bruegger race-track. Both trucks were in good shape, and some of Ihe races were quite exciting and interesting, with close fin I ishes. A number of valuable last hordes were here from different parts of this State, as well as from Montana and Min nesota. The time nmde was good. JH'Che following isa brief synopsis of the program of the three days' spuits: FIRST DAY. Running rrce, dash—Purse, flOO. Good Eye, 1st—A. J. Barrett, owner, Chinook. Maud M, 2d—Geo. W. Newton, Willis ton, N. D. Cochina, 3d—Win. McK...

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 September 1900

BSB The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office a» Williston. N. D.. second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, eort R. H. COPKLAKD. Clerk. W. H. DKNNY, Treas. Directory for Town of Williston. C. BAI.BWIW, President. A. A. ACSTILL. Trustee, G. W. NEWTON, Trustee. Cleric—A. L. BUTLER. Treasurer—W. H. DINNY. Assessor—F. M. HARVEY. Justice of the Peace—E. LEONHARDY Marshal-G. A. MADRBSOH. Oreat Northern Railway Time Table. WEST BOUND. Jeweler M. G. Coleman is confined to bis bed with fever. The Stony Creek Dairy Co. will pay good cash prices for fresh milch cows. Mrs. William Adams, of Nesson, was in Williston Monday visiting friends. W. 8. Powers, son-in-law of Levi Arnold, has gone to Idaho on business. Mr. W. C. Angell of Nesson. had bus iness tn town Tuesday and Wednesday. FOR SALE—A fine Double Seated Surrey. Inquire at the Graphic Offic. Mrs. J. H. Belyea, who bar been visit ing friends at Devils Lake, for the past three weeks, returned 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. — 13 September 1900

IV T75S7 BY COPEI.A.IfD & OVEKSON. I I WILLISTON, N. OAK. THE JUNE BUG. Thou stupid blockhead, blundering In my Xs not the great world wide enough, but thou Must quit the dusky night where thou'rt at home Tq Qassle at my lamp, and burn thy wings To blind thy goggle eyes with too much light, And bang thy doltish head 'gainst every thing? Thou meddling tool! thou'rt ever out of No meeting's free from thy disturbing buzz No child too timid for thy scaring hum No lady's nerves too strung, nor hair too fine For thee to tangle it with scratchy claws- There in my ink again! And now, with pondering look and drabbled feet, Thou scrawl'st rude lines across an un stained page. And yet, poor thing! thou dost not mean it so The light attracts thee, and thou too wouldst know. Bow like we are! This dazzling room to thee— IWhy, that's the sunlit world and we poor men Do bang our heads 'gainst every wall of It, And wonder why they ache. Our blunder ing feet Tramp roughshod over nerves that twing...

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 September 1900

•Oy. The Vorld Against Him By X7ILL N. HARBEN. Copyright, 1900, by A. H. Eallogg Newspaper Conpwr. CHAPTER XVII.—CONTINUED. Hasbrooke paused he was not look Ing at Ronald, who had covered his face with both his hands and sat as •till as a statue. "God forgive me if I have given you needless pain," said the colonel. "I would not have spoken if I could have teen any other way of making my •wful fears clear to you. Fanshaw, if these things were not true of your people, and you had not a dollar to your name, I should, seeing how my daughter leves you, turn over to you and her all the property which is to go to her at my death. As God is my judge, I wish I could end it all by giv ing her to you, but I cannot! I sim ply cannot!" Ronald rose to his feet he reeled a little as he reached for his hat, which lay on the desk. "I have really never hoped to win her," he said, unsteadily. "You are right. It ought never to be. Children of mine shall never live to curse the world! I see my duty to h...

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