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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 18 October 1900

Ife *5 &»?• •s-i'l IS COLUMN Bu been sold to the Independent and Demoetat piirt^for campaign purposes, Mid will be edited'by the and Qbuaty Central Gbuwmttee.. I "VflillWdS Donn, the Ind. & Dem, 'duididaie for- clerk of court, i» one of the oldest settlers in Williams county, and is well and favorably known to all old' residents. He is a xftan amply qualified for the position, hone»ti and- upright in his dealing, andfwilforake' an efficient and faith ful officer. Tlie^ofcers of "Williams county will make no mistaka in vot ingior. W. S. Duns. Mfc. Bail Leonhardy, the Ind. and Bfem. candidate for county judge, is t*o well known to the people of VVil ^linma county to require any special ,introduction. Judge Leonhardy had filled that position for six or eight ypars pBBvio«» ts« the election of' Mr. Truax two^yeoca ago, and the public know that he'discharged his duties faithfully., and ably* There is no TM««a ia the county whom we could elevate to that office with more ex pprienc...

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. — 25 October 1900

A* p* 1 -A, Am. i'. f, *r -gp i?" The GBAPHIC is entered at the Post Office a' Williston. N. D., as-second'class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. H. H. COPELAND, Trostees—Ww. SNYDER, R. H. COPE LA JU. O. BERGH. Williston, North Dakota. School Board, Special School District of Williston. EMIL LEONHAKDY, President. CHAS. BALDWIN. J. F. WOODLEY. M. G. MARK-ELL. JOHN HEFPEBHAN. R. H. COFBLAND. Clerk. W. H. DKNNY. Treas. Directory for Town of Williston. C. BALDWIN, President. A. A. AUSTILL, Trustee, G. W. NEWTON, Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BCTLEB. Treasurer—W. H. DKNNY. Assessor—K. M. HAKVEY. Justice of the Peace—E. LIONBABDY Marshal-9. A. MABERSON. Great Northern Railway Time Table, I WEST BOUND. arrives No. 3, Mail No. 9i Freight Arrives No. 4, Mail Leaves No. 10 Freight... Remember the dancing school Satnr day eve. The new bank building is now ready '""for occupancy. A forgery case occupied the justice court this morning. Gust Bjorkland of Nesson, was up here on bus...

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. — 25 October 1900

CT8$r*' j, iiis»# .If me^Mistotttopte BY COPELAND & OVERSON. WILLISTON, N. DAK. "LIKE AS A FATHER." Hy little eon Sits with Ms gaudy playthings on the floor, And laughs and coos with infantile delight. As one by one, And o'er and' o'er. He tosses them to left and right, His fair golden hair in the winter sun, •Tis all so sweet and beautiful a sight, I watch him through the slightly open door, Idle, my work but Just begun. An hour ago, When last he saw me as I left him there. His little heart seemed broken with a woe Beyond all hope of healing and repair But now he does not seem to care That I am gone. He does not even know. In swift despair My jealous heart cries: "Can It be He loves his silly playthings wort than me?" But presently he hears my voice, Yet sees me not, No more, no more His trifling treasures are his choice, But, with insistent clamor, o'er and er He calls for me, and I rejoice That I was wrong in thinking he forgot. And is it not like this, O Father mine, 0 Heave...

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. — 25 October 1900

THE STDRGIS WAGER $ A DETECTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MORETTE. 2 5 Copyright, 1899, by Frederick A. Stakes Co. 5 CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED. **P "I asked to see Dr. Henderson," he continued, "at which the sleepy clerk stared at me in open-mouthed amaze ment. Dr. Henderson was not in it was quite uncertain when he would in. Indeed, as far as I was able to judge, Dr. Henderson appears to be a rather mysterious personage. No one knows much about him. Even his clerk admits that he has seen him only once or twice in the IS months during which he has had charge of the office. The doctor attends to the manufacturing part of the business himself his laboratory, which is down in the cellar, is a most jealously guarded place. No one is ever ad mitted to it under any pretext. He is evidently afraid that some one may discover the secret of his valuable remedies." "You say that as if your words were meant to convey some unexpressed meaning," said Dunlap, studying the reporter's face. "No," Sturgis answer...

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. — 25 October 1900

1 fa' J'.' HIS COLUMN Has leenaolo Democrat pa. tj and will be i! Gbunty Centra tie Independent and campaign purposes, td by the I. and I), immittee. T. R. Forbes, the Ind. and Dem, candidate for county surveyor, is an old-time resident *f Williams county and a man of honorable reputation and ability. He has held several positions of trust, and has ever been found faithful and true to the confi dence reposed in him. If elected to the offloeof'tsurveyor,. .thepublic may rtfst assured that they,-will find no crookt& tiw-a inkis official work. On tli'fe Sth of November the voters of Williams county will be called up? on to decide the very important mat tar of "who shall hold the county of fices for the next two years. The democratic»candidates have been se lected fo^their fitness for the several p0sitions. I» s©me cases they are aow holding office and have clearly demonstrated their qualifications othersy new to the people, have been chosen f©r their uprightness, honesty and excell...

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 November 1900

&$T .', I tf.: 1 i-^'i y&r&F ^tfe r" «iT4 f-¥( ii i* iVH'- /t* The-QRAFHiu'is entered at tfee Post Office a» Mlliaton. N. D..«raecond class mail matter. PUBUSHED EVERY THCRSDAY AT "WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, WILLARD B. OVERSON, County Directory. Sheriff-JAS. 8. ^OSTELI.O. Bounty Auditor—-H. V. SMITH. eemty Ireanarer—JOHN HmfFKitNAN. Cleric of District Court—J. C. FIBED. Coanty Jwdge-J.'W. TKUA'X. Register of Beels—H. 15. FIEI.D. Coroner— DOUGI-AS BELL. Buot. of Scnools—F.J. AVAUROM. County Surveyor—E. C. PALSTEB State's Attorney—N. A. STKWAKT. r*«Y:^vW*refir*?'M*'? rsw* 'M mr •. i? -*\\~*k EDITORS. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONBHS. 1st District~I. C. STEWART. 2d District—T. C. GAINES, Chairman. 8i District—E. O. WESCOTT. Great Northern Railway Time Table. WEST BOUND. Arrives No. 8, Mail 2:0S a. m. No. Freight :u0.n. m. EAST BOUND. Arrives No. 4, Miil •'5:}8 m- Leaves No. 18 Freight 00 p. m. J. F. ROGERS, Agt. BTethod.it Episcopal Church. Services li a. iri., and 8 p. ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 1 November 1900

i:f'.v W-: fr- t§ Who reap the stars from the living blue— Not the lilies of the land. So there's the hope! While they sing the stars, And anthem on anthem swells. I may hear God's word—to seldom heard!— In the song of the morning bells. In the song of the bells! But in dawn or dew— Whatever the world may be, They are always singing a song of you— One song to the soul of me! And that is a song of Duty done— Not heard in the battle strife, But where the hands of a faithful one Reap in the lilies of life. Where you wreathe with roses tha brow of Care, And sing of the light! the light! "When you bring the song of the angels near And hear God's voice In the night! —P. L. Stanton, in Atlanta Constitution. -as ye 'cuse me of bein', it's yer goin's on like this what's made me. Ev'ry body has his own ills to bear an' I sain'jt exempted from 'em more'n ye foe, yet I ain't a-tellin' ye of it all the time. 'Nother thing, I firmly believe jt's over half 'magination that ails yel_ye "let yer min...

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 November 1900

**v fi THE STDR6IS WAGER A DETECTIVE STORY. 5 By EDGAR MORETTE. Copyright, 1899, by Frederick A. Stokes Co. CHAPTER XV.—CONTINUED. Unconsciously Agnes had clung to Sprague's hand. Now, as the sense of danger disappeared, she became aware of what she was doing and, in sudden embarrassment, she with drew her hand from his reassuring clasp. The artist, recalling the object of his visit, at once became grave and formal. "I am sorry to intrude upon you at this unconventional hour, Miss Mur dock, but I found this letter in my studio to-day. It was evidently dropped by you yesterday and, thinking it might be important, I—" "A letter? What letter?" asked Agnes, puzzled. Sprague held out the sealed envel ope. The young girl tore it open and cast a hurried glance at its contents. Then suddenly understanding, she tore the paper to shreds and threw these angrily into the fire which burned brightly in the large open fireplace. "Oh, that!" she exclaimed, con temptuously. And then after a pause: "...

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 November 1900

THI$ COLUMN Has been sold'! to the Independent and Democrat party for campaign purposes, and will be edited by the I. and D. County Central Committee. Hon. Michael J. .Barrett, Indepen dent and Democrat candidate for tbe legislature from this 2Pth legislative district, is a lawyer of more than or dinary legal? ability. He was regis ter of the United States land office at fllimit daring Cleveland's second ad mmfstration, and discharged the du ties of the office faithfully and cred itably. He is now practing law at Minot, and holds the position of U. S. court commissioner in that city. Mr. Barrett is thoroughly identified with the interests of this district, and will devote his energies to the en trenchment of the legal rights of his constituents. It has- to the ears of this commit tee that the republican managers in tend, at the last moment and when too late to be answered, to publish a lot of false and damaging reports re garding some of the candidates on the independent, and democr...

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 November 1900

£s.i** 'K fii ^r %#&' V. vfcjb- J" «t^ VJ, 'C VOL. a NO. ID. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office A* Willistou, N. D., as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY TITORSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. ,} R. H. COPEJAND, "WILLARD B. OVERSON 'EDITOTTS. County Directory. Sheriff—JAB. S. COSTCLI.O. flounty Auditor—BL "V. SMTH. Ocranty Treasurer—Jon* HtFUftNAN. Clerk of District Court—ff. C. FIELD. Oounty Judge—J. W. TWUAX. Register of Deeds—H.. £. FIELD. (kroner— DOOOLAS BSIX. Snot, of Scoools—F. J. WAUJRON. Oounty Surveyor—E. C. PALXEB. Slate's Attorney—N. A. S,TKWAKT. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—I. C. STEWART. 2d District—T. "C. •GAINES, Chairman. Directory for Town of Williston. C. BAI.BWIS, President. A. A. AUSTJLL, Trustee, «®. W. NEWTON, Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BUTLER. Treasurer—W. H. DENNY. Assessor—F. M. HARVEY. Justice of the Peace—E. T.EONHARDY Marshal—G. A. MADERSON. School Board, Special School District of Williston. EVIL LEONHAHDT, President. CHAS. BALDWIN. J...

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 November 1900

BV Co^ELAND & OVEKSON. WILLISTON, N. DAK. OLD FRIENDS. We love them very dearly, the old familiar places, The road where every turn we know, the trees that o'er it bend The meadow grasses waving, and the lit tie flower faces, And the lifted hills benignant, each one a steadfast friend. We love the soft and springing sod, oft as our footsteps press it— The little wayside briers that reach their clinging Angers out The lowly nest half hidden in the dusky hedge—God bless it! And all the common things that gird the common day about. There's one wide branching maple that was tall when we were tending The baby lambs beneath it in the years of long ago. There's one great shadowy oak that stood, its friendly shelter lending To our parents, when they courted, its tenting shade below. The trees, the hills, the pastures, the lanes we oft have trodden. Of us they are a part, our blood has caught a thrill from tliem. We may walk to-day in purple, where once we walked in hodden, But the selfs...

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 November 1900

TOE STURGIS WAGER $ A DETECTIVE STORY. DETECTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MORETTB. Copyright, 1899, by Frederick A. Stokes Co. -Wr* CHAPTER XVIII. THE EXTENSION. A few minutes later Sturgis, ap parently absorbed ia the contempla tion of the paintings which hung in the hall, heard the door of Murdock's study open softly. Although the re porter did not turn his head, he at once became conscious that the chem ist's piercing eyes were fijed upon him. The observation lasted so long that Sturgis, self-possessed as was his wont, was beginning to feel a trifle nervous, when at last Dr. Murdock broke the silence: "I have to apologize for leaving you standing in the hall, Mr. Sturgis. I was under the impression that I had invited you to step into the parlor." The words, courteous in themselves, conveyed to the hearer an impression of biting sarcasm. "I found the parlor already occu pied I hesitated to disturb a tete-a tete," replied Sturgis, quietly. Murdock eyed him narrowly for a moment, and then in...

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. — 8 November 1900

WItUSTON GRAPHIC QD'TS OF GAHB. V*'.v I'fea# 6lrd« Sent »t Thla ItMOi i'| AeroH the Atlantic—Importa of Game. tS Among' tie gifts at the Christina* fteason are many of game, which, are ex changed between this country and for eign countries, chiefly England. Thus, Englishmen send here pheasants and grouse and so on, and Americans send to England canvasback ducks, wild tur keys and other choice game. These things may be sent from either coun try to the other, say by bankers a New York banking house sending the game this country to members of the house representing it in London, and London tankers, it may be, sending English game to members of the American ihouse representing it here. Merchants in both countries maintain the same pleasant custom with their representa tives abroad, and private persons in cither country send game to their friends UL the other. This game is packed in hampers and •hipped in the refrigerator rooms of the steamers on which it is carried, and it reaches its d...

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 November 1900

Th« Graphic is entered at the Fast Office a» WUliaton. N. D..t8second class mail matter. PUBCJiSK'ED EV«RY THURSDAY AT WIIuLISTON. N. D. R. H. OORBLAND, Editom. WILLARD B. OVERSON, County Directory. Sheriff—JAR. S. Cosreu-o. Oounty Auditor—H. V. SMITH. County Treasurer—John Hekpr^man. Clerk of District Court—J. C. Field. County Judge—J. W. Truax. Register of Deeds—II. K. Field. Coroner—Dougi.as Bell. Snot. ofScnools—F. J. Waliip.on. County Surveyor—K. C. Paljjeb. State's Attorney—N. A. Stkwart. BOARD OF CODNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—I. C. Stewart. 2d District—T. C. Gaines. Chairman. Ptetrlct-fc o. wpscQgr--. Directory for Town of Williston. •C. Bahbv-tk, President. A. A. AI'still. ffrustee, 5. W. Newton, Trustee. Clerk—A. L. Butler. Treasurer— W. H. Dknny. Assessor—F. M. Harvey. Justice of the Hence—E. r.RWHARDY Marshal-G. A. Madebson. School Board, 8pecial School District of Williston. Extl Lbonhardt, President. Ohas. Bai.iiwin. J. F. Woom.&Y. M. G. Mark em John Hekfernax....

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. — 15 November 1900

®hc Willistou Graphic By Copeland & Ovekson. WILLISTON. SF N. DAK. '4 COMING HOME. There's a valley fn the west world, and a river rippling free, Ever singing in the sunlight as it hurries to the sea And I thinlt of it with longing, I remember it with tears. For the echo of its music brings me back the vanished years. Sing thy song, O running river! I am com ing home to thee, To the valley in the west world where you watch and wait for me Fast as rushing winds can bring m# and a ship can cross the sea, 0 my river In the west world! I am com ing home to thee. There's a cottage In the west world, with Its jasmine-hidden door Ever open, as If waiting for my step to come once more. 1 can see it in my dreaming, though I far across the foam For the heart finds many dwellings, but there's only one is Home! Open wide, dear cottage doorway! I am coming home to thee. To a threshold in the west world that is waiting yet for me. Fast as rushing winds can bring me and a ship can cross the se...

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 November 1900

THE STURGIS WAGER $ A DETECTIVE STORY. By EDGAR MORETTE. /?T Copyright, 1894, by Frederick A. Stokes Co. CHAPTER XIX.—CONTINUED. "That will do," observed Sturgis, presently "the old woman is coming as fast as she can." "What old woman?" asked the de tective. "I don't know. Perhaps I ought to have said an old woman. I hear her hobbling on the stairs." The detective placed his eafr to the keyhole. After listening attentively, he turned to the reporter with an in credulous smile. "Well, Mr. Sturgis," said he, "if you can hear anything in there, your ears are sharper than mine. That's all 1 can say." "She is on the second flight," replied the reporter, quietly. "Now she is in the second-story hall—and now you ean surely hear her coming down the last flight." By this time, sure enough, the sound of footsteps began to be audible to the other three men and presently the door opened and disclosed the scared face of an old Irish woman. "And pliwat might yez be wan tin,' gintlemin, to be 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. — 15 November 1900

WILUSTON GRAPHIC -if AN ODD HONEYMOON. W-' Texas Congressman's Tour by Wagon.v Bridal gllti Is Hla Education by Ilia Drlde While PcilormlnB tlie OlUce* i. ---5 Bnc kiv tin Peil I A aiso««e. A There are a few lnen in the present Congress whose early histories are linked with what they still call the "good old days" when they shaped «nd. carved their own careers. The one whose story follows has G% lines about himself in the congressional di rectory, says the Washington Star. He was in his room the other night reading Cesar's Commentaries when interrupted by a visitor, a politician. "When the business talk was over the visitor went out and met an acquaint ance, to whom he said: "I called on a Texas congressman awhile ago and found him reading Latin. I didn't know he was a college wan." The visitor's inference was cor rect from where he stands, for he is one of the present generation. But 30 years ago no one was suspected of being college-bred simply because he could translate Latin. Th...

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 November 1900

?/y't The GRAPHIC Is entered at the Post Office a WilliBtou, N. D.. as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AX WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, Trustees—WM. EDITORS. WILLARD B.OVKRSON, County Directory. Sheriff—JAS: S COSTELUO. County Auditor—H. VI SMITH. County Treasurer—JOHN HEFPKRNAN. Clerk of District Court—J. C. FIELD. County Judge—J. VV.TRU.AX. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIELD. -Coroner—DOUGLAS SKILL. 3'uDt. oRBcaools—F. J. WALDBON. County Surveyor—E. C. PALMEB. .V State's Attorney—N. 4. SIEWAKT. s-w- BOARD OP" COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. -4?V ,«•» 1st District—I. C. STEWART. 2d District—T. C. GAINER, Chairman. 8d District—E. O. WESCOTT. Directory for Town of Willieton. C. BALDWIN, President. A. A. AUSTILL, Trustee, G.AV. NEWTON, Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BUTLER. Treasurer—*V. H. DKNNY. Assessor—LR. M. HARVEY. Jostioeof the I'eace—E. I.EONHARDY Marshal—G. A. MADERSON. School Board, Special School District of "Williston. EMILLEONHARDY, President. CHAS. BALIUVIN. J. F. WooniEY. ...

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 November 1900

IhtKtfiUiston $raiihii BY COt'ELAND & OVEKSON. WILLISTON! N. DAK. THEY TWO. rhey are left alone in the dear old home. After so many years tVhen the house was full of frolic and fun, Of childish laughter and tears. They are left alone! they two—once more! Beginning life over again, Just as they did in the days of yore, Before they were nine or ten. And the table is set for two these days! The children went one by one, Away from home on their separate ways. When the childhood days were done. How healthily hungry they used to be! What romping they used to do! fold mother—for weeping—can hardly see To set the table for two. They used to gather around the fire While some one would read aloud, But whether at study or work or play, 'Twas a loving an^merry crowd. And now they are two that gather there At evening to read or sew, And it seems almost too much to bear When they think of the long ago. Ah, well! ah, well! 'tis the way of the world! Children stay but a little while, And then i...

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 November 1900

T- •V Tu DID THE HANDSOME THING. A Marrying Minister Wlio Found Ks Fault frith Gambling Phraaea. In a volume of reminiscenoes just pub lished entitled: "The Wedding Day in Lit erature and Art" a minister relates his ex perience with two weddings in the same town on the same day, one in the morn ing, one in the afternoon. "The first wed ding fee I received was $10." he says, "a very large remuneration for the place and peo ple. After the second wedding the beet man called me into a private room and thus addressed me: 'What's the tax, parson?' 'Anything you lite, or nothing at all,' I answered. (I have frequently received noth ing.) 'Now,' said he, 'we want to do t'hia thing up in style, but I have had no ex perience in this business and do not know what is proper. You name your figure.' "I suggested that the legal charge was two dollars." 'P-ah aw,' he said. This ain't legal. We want to do something handsome.' 'Go ahead and do it,' I said. Whereupon he reflected a moment and then ask...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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