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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 13 September 1900

I ,1 Si S&: A!? '4 P- 1*?$ *8- 4KB KAN'S ODD SUPERSTITION jr. Wko VALKI, R*IB •kill*, W lhill«r Thu Rid* Tkraagk a TAATIK. il? •hearty every man b«i« Ri gtiperstl Mom? remarked a IA Salle street ^-broker to a friend as they boarded, a Jff^tar, according to the Chicago- Inter Ocean. "I came across a LittJfa story 'the other day on that line.. Kvery morning, year in and year out, with, the exception of Sundays, a prominent North side business man ffets on the Clark street cable car at Fullerton ava nue, rides to Illinois and Clark street*,, then alights and walks to his office, which is within a stone's throw of La Salle and Randolph streets.. "The other day a gentlemamwho ^as* visiting this man's house rode down town with him, and on arriving at the corner of IlMnoia and Clark streets ex pressed bis surprise when the Chi-r trgrr man, with an apologetic tone, galced! him to meet him at his office, as he always walked from this place across the bridge and thence to the •ihceu The 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. — 20 September 1900

~K r-^~' __ .. .. The GRAPHIC IS entered at the Post Office A* mUiitou. N. D.,assecond class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, EBITORS. '.WJLLARD B. OVERSON, County Directory. lieriff—JAJI. S. COSTEI.LO. iCounty Auditor—H. V. SMITH. bounty Treasurer—JOHN Hawnw**. 'rlerk of District Court—J. C. FIBU. Soiraty Judge—J. W. TBOAX. Itegieter of Deeds—H. E. FIBI.D. 'ioroner— DOUOI.AS BELL. not. of Scnools—F. J. WAJ*IUUN. ounty Surveyor—K. PALMSK. tatc'K Attoruev—X. A. STBWAKT. BOARD OF COUNTY .COMMISSIONERS. Ilit District—I. C. 8TEWART. Sd District—T. C. -GAINHS. Chairman. «d District—*E. O. W BBCOTT. ri Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. Meet* every Wednesday night. VV. H. SMITH. N. G. PAUL SCHIERBBCK, V. G. N. E. FRUOHOMME, Sec. I, C. STEWART, Treas. Trustees—VVM. SNYDER. R. H. COPE &*?]>. O. BERQH. Williston, Nortli Dakota. School Board, Special Sctiool District of Williston. EMTL LEONHARDY, President. UHA8. BAI.IWIN. J. F. WOODF.EY. M. G. MAR...

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 September 1900

,JV' ft* Vn r.i mjj iM 2 *i A em y*' 1 BT Coi'ELAND & OVEKSOBT. N. DAK. WILLISTON, fctyif-r i$fe UNCLE DAVID'S BOARDERS. We've been takln' summer boarders—they come down a week ago— Thought we'd make a little extry, kind of on the side, you know Had a piece put In the paper, so's to let the people see f" Jest what kind of 'commodations we could £ive 'em—ma and me— Purty soon we got a letter from some people up in town, Sayin' they had read about us, and they'd bring the children down. Ma and me done lots of plannin' when we'd got the bargain made, As to how we'd use the money that the summer boarders paid I says: "Ma, you've got to spend it buy in clothes 'n' things you need," But she shook her head decided and she answered: "No, indeed! You've been wantin' a new buggy 'n' the barn needs roofin' too— I won't touch a single penny, but I leave it all fer you." There Is purty Mrs. Plimley, with her little bits of feet, That, somehow, you're always seein', and her smile so awful swe...

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 September 1900

THE STURGIS WAGER 1 A DETECTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MOKETTE. Copyright, 1899, by Frederick A. Stokei Co. CHAPTER VII.—CONTINUEDI Not a word of affection had passed between father and daughter not a caress had been interchanged. The re lations between this impassive man and his charming daughter were those of well-bred, if somewhat distant, rela tives. On the one hand there was the •uniform courtesy of the man of the world toward a woman .on the other, the deference of a young girl of good breeding toward a person much older than herself. But the note of cordial and intimate affection between father and child was absolutely missing. And yet Agnes Murdoek was natural ly of an affectionate and expansive na ture. During her mother's lifetime the two women had been inseparable com panions, united by a strong bond of sympathy. Mrs." Murdoek had been an invalid for many years before her death, and with Agnes hod lived either abroad or in the south during- much of the time in order to escape th...

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 September 1900

&r I 1 1 gtv,-* PJX Wii $ t. it,, 1 U4*' '4. v'' 1 fflv. K" Twelve men were robbed in one night by highwaymen in Moorhead, and mill people complain of quiet times. Charley tinnier »as uyr from his Cherry Creek ranch yesterday. Mr. Shafer, Win. Townsend and the Morning Star Cattle Co. intend shipping a train load of cattle from the Avoca stock yards tomoiiow. They expected ti swim the cattle to-dnv. Air. Ellsworth, for number of years connected with the Jamestown Alert, is in the city in the interest of the Ancient Older of United Workmen. Mr. Ells worth is Master Workman of the Grand Lodge of this state, and hopes to organ ize a lodge in this city, Auother material and much needed addition is soon to be inade in town by the erection of a tenement house. Geo. Marelius intends building a house for rent, on the lots recently purchased of W. R. McCliesney, large enough to ac- coinmodute about four families. Arthur Stevens, who was arretted the rl HI rite of burglary lust week had In...

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 September 1900

f" 1 VOL. 6. NO. 13. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT LOCAL ROUND-UP. Catholic services at Odd Fellows hall next Sunday. John A. Davis is down from his Big Muddy ranch to-day. Attorney K. E. Leigh tori of Minot was in the city to-day on legal business. A. Noble was down from his Yellow stone ranch the early part of this week. M. E. Quigley, of Grafton, was in the city this week repairing and tuning up organs. Miss Richmael Crosby|took her depar ture last evening for her old home in the east. Miss Anna Christenson of Minot, is visiting her sister Mrs. W. E. Irons in this city. Darcy Burggess who has been at Cul bertson for some time past, returned home Tuesday. The republicans of this district have nominated Ned Palmer as a candidate for the house of representatives. Attorney Townsend of Devils Lake came in from the east this morning. He is here on professional business. The many friends of Reuben Siewert will be glad to learn that he has so far convalesced as to be out again. Ed Ryan lef...

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 September 1900

fajtun ±t«r i*fr i^y I 1 U" F'K IteWUliltaftnfkit ti By Cox-eland & Ovehson. WILLISTON, N. DAK. THE DANCE OF THE. CLOTHES. The merry wild breezes are swinging '. The tops of the cottojiwood-trees. And chimes of the blu«bells are ringing In belfries built low for the bees. The long-fingered tendrils are reaching Rar out from the wind-loosened vine. To Join, with shy gestures beseeching, The dance of the clothes on the line. See the little blue sunbonnet nodding Across to the white muslin hood, And the petticoats, soberly plodding Along, as good petticoats should. Bee the light-footed, echoless prancing Of stockings that move here and there, As though unseen fairies were dancing Their mystical rounds in the air. Then the frolicsome wind, feigning quiet, Creeps into the empty shlrt-sloeves, And fills them with tumult and riot Until not a wrinkle he leaves. He sets the wee pinafores flying Like butterflies poised In a line, And shakes, with the tenderest prying. The baby-clothes, ti...

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 September 1900

Mm WW4*WhMWWnM1tS4*S4*im I THE STDRQIS WAGER 1 A DETECTIVE STORY. By GDGAE MORETTE. Copyright, 1399, by Frederick A. Stokes Co. CHAPTER IX. THE KNICKERBOCKER BANK. Bichard Dunlap was a man who had never missed a train nor been late in keeping an appointment. On the morning following Sprague's dinner party, he walked briskly down Broad way from City Hall. It was New Year's day the great thoroughfare was deserted. As he turned into Wall street, the hands of the clock in Trinity steeple pointed to three minutes of nine. The financier pulled out his chronometer, found that the clock in the old belfry was right, and quickened his pace. Wall street slumbered peacefully and silently, like a battlefield after the roar of the cannon has been hushed, after the victors and the van quished have disappeared, leaving be hind them only the ghosts of the slain. The deathlike stillness was op pressive. At last, as Dunlap reached the Knickerbocker bank, the clock in the belfry struck the hour. The 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 September 1900

.* ipl" "1/4 fffili!. ,v''*.''• f: lii SIS t®: £&£v* &v' WILLISTON GRAPHIC Tickets for Mrs. F. P. Siewert's recital will be on sale at Hedde.rich Bro?. & 0" Co.'s, BruegKer Mercantile Co.'s, and at Win. Snyder's store. General ad mis jftion, 25e reserved stats, Hoc school children, 15c. Don't forget the Orphean Stars at Odd Fellows' hail Saturday night (t-ept. 2f.) '•»The manager, Mr. Evans, promises ev 1' •rytbiug to please \vi:li nothing to dis please anyone., 'ihe performance is clean, and far superior in many features |o the average traveling show. General admission, 50c children, 25c. John Monternach, one of the pionei settlers on the Mouse river, and an old time friend of ye scribe, accompanied by Lars Larson, another early settler of the taonris, was in the city the past week. Messrs. Monternach and Larson have been up on the Poplar, in Monta na, looking for stock ranches, as they aver that s-tockraisitig is no longer profit able on Mouse riyer owing to the rapid ...

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. — 4 October 1900

l- I Jt 1 J"*' r^ V'^' |i#£W VOL.6. NO. 14. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office a' Wi His ton, N. D.. as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. B. H. COi'ELAND, EDITORS. WfLLARD B. OVERSON, County Directory. Sheriff—JA9. 8. COSTEIXO. County Auditor—H. V. SMITH. Countv Treasurer—JOHN' HEFFKKNAH. Clerk of District Court—J. C. FIELD. County Judne—J. W. TKI'AX. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Coroner—DOUGLAS BELL. SiiDt- of Scnools—F.J. WALDRON. County Surveyor— K. C. PALM EH. State's Attorney—N. A. STKWABT. BOAKD Or COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. FtfSifcr "v^'r"^i«t ^IMrrct—I.X-^TKWAHT. I District—T. C. GAIN KB. Chairman. 2d District—'T. C. 3d District—E. 0. VYESCOTT. fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. W S I N PAUL SCUIEKBECIC, V. G. "N. E. PRUDHOMME, Sec. ,v I, C. STEWART, •Directory for Town of Williston.. C. BALDWIN, President. A. A. ADSTILI., Trustee, G. W. NEWTON, Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BUTLEB. Treasurex—W. H. DBNNV Ansiisso...

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. — 4 October 1900

'f fflS fc: •. & .V i- pi ®helWiUi5tm Br CO^ELAND & OVERSOW. W1LLISTON, |g T^- N. DAK. WHEN PA TAKES CARE OF ME. "When pa takes care of me, He says to ma: "By Jing! It seems that everything Comes on me when I've got the most to do. ffti.But I suppose I've got to get It through tPv^With so you needn't fuss one bit about ,Him I'll take charge of him while you are *t out." But ma makes him repeat all she has said ^About what he's to do guess she's afraid To let him try his way Of watching me, the day When pa takes care of mei "When pa takes care of me* He puts me on a rug, Gives me a kiss and hug, Then brings In every pillow he can find, And piles them up in front, at sides, behind Me: "So that you can't hurt yourself," he says. And then he gets my picture-books, and lays Them down beside me, and my blocks and toys, And says: "Now, go ahead make all the noise You want to I don't care." And I sit there and stare. When pa takes care of mew When pa takes care of me. No book or toy...

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. — 4 October 1900

THE STURGIS WAGER A DETECTIVE STORY. S By EDGAR MORETTE. Oopyrightyl899, by Frederick A. Stokes Co. CHAPTEB X.—CONTHTUED. •When the reporter came within sight of the safe, Dunlap was closely inspect ing |the lock. Presently he uttered an exclamation of Surprise. "What is it?"' asked Sturgis. "I don't understand it," said Dunlap. "I cannot open the safe. The lock seems all right but— "Perhaps the combination has been changed." "Apparently it has," admitted the Ranker "buthowcame it to be changed on a week day, and without my knowl edge?" "That is rather significant, isn't it?" suggested the reporter. "Significant? What do you mean?" exclaimed Dunlap, excitedly. "I mean that Arbogast was a de faulter. What his system of defraud ing the bank was I do not yet know but an examination of the books will no doubt reveal this and I should ad vise you, Mr. Dunlap, to lose no time in having it made." "But," argued' Dunlap, anxiously, "I tell you the books were examined last week." "Yes by Arbo...

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. — 4 October 1900

& $-• F',~ 1: lr I-'1* V- if- ^SCXIST®®" (3&APHIC tiroceeclings of the/Town Board. "WVIJLMTON, N D., Oiit. o," 1900. BMHI met in regular HtHcion.. Hromut, rrustees BaMwmand Antstill, Motion made and carried that the ol 5be ofalteet commissioner be disuontin 3*sil uir» furtlier notiCL'. fcW, On iiroM#n tl«» following bills were al §& Awed: Jlans Hanson to labor ^.30. Bit agger Mercantile Co. 6 70. —Lentz to tabor 2.5''. A. L.-Butler salary as ctork 5.00. 6.-A. Maiiereoii salary as marshal 3.00. CJIAS. BALDWIN, iL,, Attppt:' Cliainiian. Ai L. JJoVtER, Clerk. News items of City. Schools. Ctafrducted by Six Members of the High School. Professor Brownsoti is confined at his Koine by»Hln**s,-he is recovering how evter, and'it is hoped he will soon be able to discharge bin duties as principal. Mr. Attebery has charge of the High SWiool dnriiiu 3Ir. Brownson's' absence although it is some little time since Mr. JSttebery has had charge of a High Scbooh the ease with which he exec...

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. — 11 October 1900

The GRAPHIC is entered At the Post Office a* Williston. N. D..as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. B. H. COPELAND, EDITORS WILLARD B. OVERSON County Directory. sheriff—JAS. S. COSTEI.LO. County Auditor—H. V. SMITH. Connty Treasurer—JOHN HEFFBRNAH. Clerk of District Court—J. C. FIELD. Connty Jud^e—J. W. TRUAX. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Coroner—Day LAS BELL. dllDt. of Seuools—F. J. WALI*ON. County Surveyor—K. C. PALM Etc. State's Attorney—N. A. STKWABT. BOARD OK COONTY COMSLLSSIONBRS, TKWART. SAINKS, tWainriilr." 8«1 District—E. O. WESCOTT. Fort Baford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. V. H. SMITH, N. G. 1'AOL SCIIIERBECK, V. G. "N-. E. PLTUDIIOMJIE, See. II C. STEWART, Trews. Trustees—WM. SNYDER, 11. H. COFE LAIHX O. BEKGH. Williston, North Dakota. School Board, Special School District of Williston. BMIL LEOKHARDY, President. CHAS. BALDWIN. J. F. WOODLEY. M, G. MAKKBI.L. JOHN HEKFEENAS. R. H. COPKLAND, Clerk. W. H. DKNNY, ...

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. — 11 October 1900

u*"' s' tlhrHVilliotou fraphi( Br COxELAND & OVEIiSOX. WILLISTON, A A BROOK. 'Once there was standing by a public street A small white cottage of the common kind, (With yard, shed, stable, driveway, all com plete A thousand such throughout the land you'll find. But at the back, through banks of nod­ ding green, There ran a brook whose like you've never seen! 0f crystal clear It was through all its line— This Is, our line, between the neighbor's walls— 60 we could see each stone and pebble line And heaps of stones that rapids made and falls. Come scraps of chinaware were plain In sight. And bits of stuff that flashed with diamond light. It danced, laughed, babbled, sang the whole day through, As if to be a brook was perfect bliss, Robins and sparrows seemed to think so, 1 too, And lingered near, none of the joy to miss They dipped with head and wing in the clear tide And plashed the drops about In circles wide. Sometimes a little fish went swimming by. Ah, wasn't that a sight for...

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. — 11 October 1900

)rJ THE STURGIS WAGER $ A DETECTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MORETTE. Copyright, ltM, by Frederick A. Stokei Co. CHAPTER XI.—CONTINUED. "In the meantime,** continued Stur gis, 'X,' to whom I have already alluded, was waiting in Exchange place, where Chatham had a cab. Upon hearing the pistol shot he went to the accountant's assistance. He passed into this office, which he probably reached in time to see Chat ham rush in from the secretary's room, closely followed by Arbogast. 'X* seized that chair over there in the corner and sprang between the hunt ed man and his pursuer as the latter raised his arm to fire. Our anony mous friend is probably a man of great strength for with one blow of the chair he broke the bookkeeper's wrist. The hammer fell, but the weapon was deflected and the bullet, instead of reaching its intended vic tim, passed through the upper lobe of Arbogast'B left lung and out at the back at an angle of about 60 de grees. The bookkeeper was standing not far from the mantelpiec...

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. — 11 October 1900

|e. &sA-. iS 5 'i. ,WILLISTON. GRAPHIC ^|||ikp9Mtel .«e«i3B6*oewt-"Oofmty TIcSM^*^ ton 3»*r1flW-Wm. J. Ford. AMill)P-H. V. Smith. "Wewnrer—8. Brownell. ijlctfcof District Court—W. SiDtmnt Cbnj»ty Jfdj»—E. L^onhard v. ...V." Reguter 'of Deeds— ff. A. Nelaon. Cbrouei*--Do»MilH8'Bnll. SupenntfeinHiiit of Schools—George-W. Attelwry. Surveyor—T. R. Fbrbtes. States Attorney—No nomination Assessor—1st District, C.M»Foss.. 2d John Saesen. Ip' 3d No noroiriotion. Jtistwasof tWPeace—J. F. Woodley, iJO. Jones. Oonstablae—STO. OWncy, C. J. Uibbs, ft Deiter. N*W8 Items of City Schools. Conducted ly Six Members of the High Schoo .. Prof. BrowiiBou returned to scliool 3fotiday.. Robert Bell has been absent for the ptstr two days. Elmer Ber|h WHS absent Wednesday. A nleasHiit surprise party was given Hy the Mil) and 11th xrades of the High 8dtoo! febtlie Marelius residence in hon or of Mi.'SjJiSua's I$th birthday. WTiile -kling a wild horse Monday aveninK. Cora Barnfather had the mis fortune to...

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. — 18 October 1900

v, em &]i "a &' •"fefe'-S'?' ... hE -#t .- :l« 1 &y, A* W. ,?Cf^ !|V I -I M-g* I {{& ''I f?v 1*jsK J' fo'' 1 ifej- & S*. 'J& •jsM**.» -v *t*.S y,v-' The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Ofhce a* WiUuton, N. D., as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, S'D, WILLARDB.OV EDITORS. ,'ERSON, LOCAL ROUND-UP. The harvest of candidates is now on. Fred Smith of Nesson, was a visitor on Saturday. Martin Egan of Buford, had business in Williston Friday. The School notes were unavoidably crowded out this week. -*sw-*- rp|ie gtony Creek Dairy Co. will pay good cash prices for fresh milch cows. Gust Bjorkland was in town Tuesday purchasing supplies for his Nesson ranch. Highest sash price paid for good milk cows. STONY CREEK DAIRY CO. Mrs. W. E. Irons left on No. 4 Mon day evening for a short visit to her pa rents at Bowbells. Will Loughland and sister, Miss Min nie,, of Nesson, attended the oyster sup per and dance last Fridav...

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. — 18 October 1900

p? 'V tl'l mmt:' 4 mh Shc^itliotou Gkaphit By Cox'eland & Oversow. WILLISTON, N. Surely be supposed to know. What is Science, that it thinks ,.X It can have the upper hand rVr In the Realm of Forty Witiks, Forming part of Babyland? Vv': Science says they may, indeed! s-fi When was motherhood for aught But to furnish every need E'er conceived in baby thought? Pillow soft of mother love, Where dimpled form may lie Mother's tender face above, Mother's arms for rock-a-byo. What does Science know about Baby ways to Land of Nod, That it tries to place in doubt .• Paths the baby feet have trod? Paths adown the Cradle Road, Worn by countless little feet Poppy-lined and overflowed, Leading out of Drowsy Street. Cradles! Men of specs and brain, Yours the province broad may be Ologies to build and train Steam and electricity. Tours the sea and earth and sky Ooze and star and gas and stone When you get to cradles—why, That Is mother's sphere—alone. —Edwin L. Sabin, in Woman's Home Com panio...

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. — 18 October 1900

$ THE STCRGIS WAGER $ A DETECTIVE STORY. Jf By EDGAR MORETTE. Copyright, 1890, by Frederick A. Stokes Co. l*feWfcrWfeSrfc5^'feSr»'i£dXik9 CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. Continuation of Abrogast's letter: "That afternoon, as soon as the bank had closed, I called at the address Chatham had given me. He evidently expected me. With him was a man whom he introduced as James Withers, the depositor in whose favor my blunder had been made. Had I not been laboring under great excite ment,'It is likely that my suspicions would have been aroused by the strangeness of Withers' presence in Chatham's room. Tlio "fwo men received me pleasantly, and the alleged Withers, even before I could broach the subject, expressed his regret at hear ing of the error which had been commit ted, and assured me of his willingness to reimburse the bank but—ah! there was an ominous 'but.' He was short of ready money just then (everything he had was tied up in a promising enterprise which was bound to bring in a magnificent...

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