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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 22 November 1900

tail P' WTXLISTON GRAPHIC BOWN IN A CRATER. Witnessed by a Monii tain Explorer. SPS1 mi rCfegvndi of a Famous Extlact Vol in ttaa West ltrM|« A11I Mli Foand In the 8abter» nneta Caverns. Crater mountain is one of the Dma' illla Indians' great spook depots from IK ancient time, says the Baker City Dem fyf ocrat. Bucks that are now white with (V' the hoary frosts of-many- winters rec oilect hanging- in' the trees tightly strapped to their nursing boards, while their mothers roamed the forests in -i,/ search of game for the lords of crea tion or wood-fori the tepee, and from infancy love -to -relate how the great spirit -spoke to them with the awful voice of terrific thunder in the bowels of the .earth.- Many are the stories and Ltgendfe -of* Indian lore told of Crater mountain. One of the favorite ones is tbld of a great: war between the Shoshones and U.matillas. When the Umatillas had conquered their foes they proceeded to slaughter old and young, regardless of sex. One beauti ful Sh...

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 November 1900

*'i iJ'"5 s*- t. kSJV*V 7 VOL. NO. 22. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office a' WilliBtou,'N. B..assecond-class-mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, WIL/LARD B. OVERSON EDITORS. County Directory. Sheriff— JAS. S. COSTELLO. County Auditor—H. V. SMITH. County Treasurer—JOHN HEFFERNAN. Clerk of District Court—J. C. FIBUB. Gounty Judg©—J. W. TBOAX. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Ow-oner—DOUGLAS BEIX. 9mt. of Scuools—F. a. WAtORON. County SURVEYOR—E. C. PAI.MER. State's Attorney—N. A. STKWART. .^ BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—I. C. STEWART. 2d District—T. C. GAINES. Chairman. 3d District—E. 0. WBScarrr. Directory for Town of Williston. •C. B*.I®WIN, President. A. A. ArsTiLL, Trustee, G. W. NEWTON. Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BirrLKK. Treasurer—W. H. DENNY. Assessor—K. M. HARVF.Y. Justice of the Peace—E. LEONHAIRIY Marshal-G. A. MABERSON. School Board, Special Scliool District of Williston. EMTL LEONHARDY, President. CHAS. BALDWIN. J. F. WOO...

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 November 1900

3v t- '&•, •_ iv •V «l. fc'. •.r Ht r.- 4 4$. r. 1 S/y $C it •:l r?'V f\'V ®Uc¥iUi$tou(5ra|)hi( By Copland &• Oversow. WILLISTON] N. DAK. ISP" WEN I GITS HOME. It's moughty tiahsome layln' 'roun* if--fD!« sorrer-laden earfly groun', An' oftentimes I thinks, thinks I, lAiHXt 'Twould be a sweet t'ing des to die, i'An* go 'long home. Home whaih de frlen's I loved '11 say: •. "We's waited fu' you many a day, Come hyeah an* res' yo'self, an' know You's done wid sorrer an' wid woe, Now you's at home." W'en I gits home some blessid day, I 'lows to th'ow my caihs erway, An' up an' down de shinln' street. Go singln' sof an' low an' sweet. Wen I gits home. I wish de day was neah at han', I's tiahed of dls grlevin' lan', I's tiahed of de lonely yeahs, I want to des dry up my teahs, An' go 'long home. Oh, Mastah, won't you sen' de call? My frien's is daih, my hope, my all. I's waitln' whaih de road is rough, I want to hyeah you say: "Enough, Ol' man, come home!" —Paul Laurence Dunbar, 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. — 29 November 1900

t: SCAIARKH COLDS f^«5)GRIPtt COUGHm|ffl|CROUP SORE-IHUIHMRSI CURRENT TOPICS. The Philadelphia street railways are to have smoking cars. Ividdville, Right Angle and Log Lick are Kentucky post offices. Twelve million one hundred thou cand tons of timber are cut every year. Danish lighthouses are supplied with oil to pump on the waves in case of a storm. The first treaty with China, which opened its ports to foreign trade, was signed in 1842. Nearly one eighth of the popula tion of Canada gain their living from the timber industry. If the earth's surface were level the water of the oceans would cover it to a depth of 600 feet. The furnace of an Atlantic liner will consume no less than 7,500,000 cu bic feet of air an hour. Cairo is the largest towa in Africa. Its inhabitants number 500,('00, of which 25,000 are Europeans. -Coal is worked so easily in China that in Shanghai it sells at less than 1 shilling per ton at the mines. itt has been calculated that the tele graph wires in this c...

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. — 29 November 1900

WILLISTON GRAPHIC IOWA'S WILD INDIANS Last of Powerful Sacs and Foxes in Tama County. •till Fellow tlie Cn*t»m« of Primi tive Savairea Many YVuya— ilre In WlKniiinii and Hold D«IK Feast*. Tama county, Iowa, lias a settlement of 400 Indians, the most primitive and wildest tribe of red men in tlie United States. They are the .Muskwakis. For 40 years they have been a source of perplexity to the Indian bureau. Sev eral years ajfo a g-oveiuunent agent vis ited, the cam]), and was horrified at the savagery of one of their "(Joy feasts." lie attempted to stop the dance, at the same time throwing in a few remarks about the beauty of free education, says the Chicago Inter Ocean. "Muskwaki Indian no likem educa tion it make Indian work like h—1," explained one of the chiefs. Recently the United States superin tendent of Indian schools, Miss Estelle Reel, made a visit to the tribe to try to persuade the Muskwakis to send tlieirchildrento the reservation school. The conference lasted four days....

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 December 1900

&V I .'.{..., ', N-:r. ''fc:-! •".-: ^V''' '°r' The GRAPHICi»entered County Auditor—H. *.,•i*0 'I at the Post- Office a* Willistou, N. D., as second class mail matter. P0BU8HBD BVERY THURSDAY AT WILUSTON. N. D. B. H. COPEXAND WILLARD B.OVERSON EDITORS. County Director Sheriff— JAS. S. COSTELLO. "V. SMITH. County Treasurer—JOHN HEFFKRW*!'. Clerk of Distriet Court—J. C. FIELD County Judjie— J. W. TRUAX. Register of Deeds—H. £. FIJSLD. Coroner—DOUGLAS BELL. finnt. of Schools—F. J. WALDROK. County Surveyor—E. C. PALKEB. Bute's Attorney—N. A. STKWA&C. b9AXB or COUXTY COM.UlS8U}JtieBS. 1st Distriet—I. C. STEWART. 2d District—1T. C. GATWEB. Chairman, 8d District—E. 0. WESCOTT. Directory for Town of Williston. C. BALDWIN, President. A. A. ACSTILL, Trustee, G. W. NEWTON, Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BUTLER. Treasurer— W. H. DENNY. Assessor—F.M. HARVEY. Justice of the Peace—E. LEONHARDY Marshal-G. A. MAODEKSON. School Beard, Special School District of Williston. KNL T.EONH-ARDY, President. CH...

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 December 1900

Pi ^W- w« "Wi- a"-' m? & AS .r« ,,mwm mm1,, Shc^tiliiotou Araphic LV COi'ELAUD & OVEKSOX. WILLISToivT N. DAK, WHEN MY NEIGHBOR SINGS. I sometimes wish my neighbor, Munn, would never try to sing. For, oh, it's such a sad attempt at im itating tune, That when among his acres wide he gives his lungs full swing It seems to break a string upon the sweet toned harp of June Vet when I stop a-llstenlng, and creep up through the corn And see what gladness lights his face all through his singing mood, I sort of hush my protests 'gainst his effort so forlorn. For it doesn't hurt me any, and it seems to do him good. We've got to take the bitter with the sweet in life, of course. And oftentimes what seems to us a strain of bitterness Is Nature's way of sweetening some fruc tifying source Of benefit, that. later brings a gladden ing caress If it wasn't for the cackling we would lose the eggs, perhaps But for the direful tuning up the violin were dumb The blessed rain oft reaches us throug...

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 December 1900

SGVIARRH COLDS COU SORE THRQMj GRIPPE CROUP HOARSE NESS MRS. (JEN. LONOSntEBT Saysi BesMea being a good tonic Pertma Is an ef fective cantor catarrh. I recommend your remedy, Peruna." HA ACT size. CURRENT TOPICS. The Philadelphia street railways an to have smoking cars. Kiddville, Right Angle and Log Lick ere Kentucky post offices. Twelve million one hundred thou sand tons of timber are cut every year. Danish lighthouses are supplied with oil to pump on the waves in case of a storm. The first treaty with China, which opened its ports to foreign trade, was signed in 1843. Nearly one eighth of the popula tion of Canada gain their living from the timber industry. If the earth's surface were level the water of the oceans would cover it to a depth of 600 feet. The furnace of an Atlantic liner will consume no less than 7,500,000 cu bic feet of air an hour. Cairo is the largest towa in Africa. Its inhabitants number 500,000, of which 25,000 are Europeans. Coal is worked so easily in China ...

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 December 1900

w* 1 WT:° WlIiLISTON GRAPHIC Jtteorditift tore ports the Northern Pa dttb will J*doptnh* long distant tele piit»e*i* pMee-of the teW*rapb. .Should all ofthtp railway companies do the saaa® it would canse a great cbaBge i« all kinds of'cMomimications in the U. S. The telegrapfc to slow and uasatiifactory as compared1•witti'th*'tatepboneB. I*st! w*efc*to- Miaot Optic*-contains a very readatye article from the pen of 3dh^r*Marpby regarding "how it hap pened/' a defease of himsel{ and others and roaata for a aumberr of people that botbOngM deserved them. Ih speafc iig of NM*ndr MarS» Jacobson's oppo nent. be»y»* "A. C. Nedrud went into tbe democratic party juet in time to catch a "BebH*H«ieh" and get drowned in the poMtkal soap." Rev. E. M. Smith,. pastor of M. K church, gave the initiatory, lecture of a winter series Saturday evening, at the Obnrchr. taking for his subject, "Tfehjtion and Race." fbe M. li. divine fcat bome on the lecture platform and did» ample justice to his subject. ...

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 December 1900

51 •V pl i":V nV*v*'V.1 W^: r*' •'tj ^77^- .d. *:. fa.: 2d 7v.«r'.4 LM.*)...* •?:. The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Office a' Williston, N. D.,as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED J&VWiY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. 1 B. B. OOPELAND, JAS. EDITORS. WHXARD B. OVERS0N, County Directory. Sheriff— S. COSTELLO. County Auditor—H. V. SMITH. OoimtyTreasurer—JOHN HJSFFKBNAN. Clerk of District Court—J. C. FIELD. Oounty Judge—J. W. TBUAX. Register of Deeds— H. J£. FIELD. Coroner—BQUGI.AS BELL. Snot. of Scaools—F. J. WALDKOH. County Surveyor—K. C. PALMEE. State's Attorney—N. A. STKWABT. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—I. C. STEWART. District—T. C. GAIN**, Chairman. District—B. O. WBBCOTT. Directory for Town of Williston. 3. BALBWIV, President. A. A. AUSTILL. Trustee, G. W. NEWTON, Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BUTLER. Treasurer—W. H. DENKY. Assessor—F. M. HARVEY. Justice of the Peace—E. I.KONHAKDY Marshal-G. A. MADERSON. School Board, Special School District of Williston. ,JSIIL:LEONH...

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 December 1900

By COX*ELAND &• OVERSOW*. WILUSTON. I I N. DAK. PRESERVE YOUR SELF-RESPECT. you may not be a nabob nor "sasslety's elect, Sut you can be a manly man and hold your self-respect Though hands be hard and homy and rough features black with grime, Industrious Independence may be with you all the time Kid gloves are never merit-marks, silk stockings don't make man. Preserve your self-respect and do the very best you can. The man who owns his money may get pleasure in that plan, But the man owned by his money bends beneath the devil's ban, For cash Is but a curse to one who plates his heart with coin. And poverty can never as much happiness purloin If you without a dollar would be of the Lord's elect. Be master of your manhood and preserve your self-respect. Scorn sordid souls who sacrifice to dol lars every joy, .Who mix the gold of manliness with Mam mon's dirt alloy, Who auction off their honor for a paltry dollar bill, 'And for some cheap preferment noblest instincts curse and kill...

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 December 1900

GEMEBAU and [Copyright, 189*, by F. Tennyson Neely CHAPTER I. Biding at ease in the lazy afternoon sunshine, a single troop of cavalry was threading its, way in long column of twos through the bold and beautiful foothills of the Big Horn. Behhid them, glinting in the slanting rays, Cloud peak, snow-clad still, although it was late in May, towered above the pine crested summits of the range. To the right and left of the winding trail bare shoulders of bluff, covered only by the dense carpet of bunch grass, jutted out into the comparative level of the east ward plain. A clear, cold, sparkling stream, on whose banks the little com mand had halted fcr a noontide rest, went rollicking away northeastward, and many a veteran trooper looked longingly, even regretfully, after it, and then cast a gloomy glance over the barren and desolate stretch ahead. Far as the eye could reach in that di rection the earth waves heaved and rolled in unrelieved monotony to the very sky line, save where here ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 13 December 1900

Star Meat Market (Jlafcersie's 0U1 Stand.) FRESH BEEF, MDTTON and PORK, Pickled Pigs' Feet & Tripe, Bologna and Frankfurter Sausages. Sliced Boiled Ham. The Ross Horse Co., JOHN A. ROSS. Manager. All hones branded on left thigh. Range on Stony Creek. Postoffice ad* drees, Williston, N. D. auglQ M. SCRANTON, General Blacksmiths. Horse-Shoeing a Specialty. All kinds of Wagon 1 Carriage Work EXECUTED WITH DISPATCH. Satisfaction guaranteed on all work. Give me a call. JB^Shop on Broad ... way, west of Bryant & Sharp's Livery Stable. WILLISTON. N. DAK. PHOTOGRAPHS FROM 25 GENTS PER DOZEN UP. New Mountings. Up to date styles. ALL WOUK (il'AHANTEED. M. Gr. MARKELL •WASTED--AFTI. :.l OK GOOD CHARAC tor to deliver and in North Dakota fo old established umuut'HCturing wholesale house $900 a year, sore pay. Honesty more than expe rience required Our reference, any bank in any city. Enclose self-addressed stamped en velope. Manufacturers. Third Floor, 334 Dear bom St., Chicago. F. A.&am...

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 December 1900

•|$j 'fpflilSfp f» v. VOL.*. Nth 25- XV'Mdf •yrlgrx ..a The Ge*miCiU entered at the Pout Office VMUiston. V. B..M second class mail matter. KHKOSKED KYERY 'TBCRSDAT AT WIXXIfflEON. N. D. ft. GW»L*KI), WIWARD FT. OVKRSOU, EDITOKS. County Directory. Bhertff—JAB. 8. COBTELLO. County Auditor—H. V. SMITH. Oonnty Treasurer—JOHN HXPFEAKAM. Clerk of District Oonrt—J. C. FlSU. County Judfte—J. W. Tsui*. Register ofiDeeds— H. £. FIELD. Ooroner— DOU«I.AS BILL. Bnit-,of Bcnools—F. J. WALDBOM. Osiiuty Surveyor—E. C. PALXKK. Mate's Attorney—N. A. STKWABT. •OABD ,OP COUNTY COMMISSIONKBS. 1st District—I. C. STIWART. 9d District—T. C. GALNK8..Ctaairnan. Sd District—E. O. WSSCOTT. Directory for Town of Williaton. C. Wesideat. .LjfTrn A. A. AusTiLLjfTrustee, «. W. NBWTOK, Trustee. Clerk—A. I. BIITI.KB. INMNIEH-WJH. DINKY. AMeaurr—P- F. HABVEY. InittMof ihe Veace—K. LKONHABOY Marshal—G. A. MAOEBSON. School Board, Special School District of Williston. EKIL LKONKARDY, President CHAB. BALDWIN. J. F. WOODL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 20 December 1900

IklftliUistou^rapliii Bv COI'ELAND & OVEKSOV. WILLISTON. I N. DAK SONG OF THE SURGING SEA. There is deep soul-satisfaction singing of the sea- in the Huge tinted billows ap they run and gam bol wild and free The flashing lights which glance like sil ver arrows tipped with gold, The panoramas full of power before the eye unrolled The frescoed sky's grand canopy so nobly arched above, With huges from bright flamingo red to pearl tints of the dove. The perfect picture proof and pledge of God's unmeasured love. Bright rainbow colors flashing out through showers of jeweled spray Translucent sea tints soft embossed on shadows of cool gray, Reflected skies which lend the lake heav en's glories mirrored deep To lave in emerald depths where water elves their vigils keep And sometimes surface lines which seem a naiad's streaming hair, Sometimes the wavelets lisping love when skies and seas are fair, With changing marvels rich and strange revealing beauties rare. Then when the storm rings ...

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 December 1900

fhrtrafh Tonrlit SlMphc Cu Service to Texas, Old Mexico and California Via Chicago Great Western R'y to Kansas City, and Missouri, Kansas & Texas, San Antonio & Arkansas Pass and Southern Pa cific railways through Dallas, San Antonio El Paso and Los Angeles to San Francisco. Only through car line from the Northwest to Texas points, and connecting at Spot ford Junction for all points in Old Mexico. These cars are in charge of an experienced official and leave St. Paul every Friday at 11:20 p. m., reaching Dallas the following Sunday, San Antonio on Monday, El Paso on Tuesday, Los Angeles at noon Wednes day and San Francisco early Thursday morning. These are Pullman Tourist Cars, similar to those run on all transcontinental lines, and the charges for berths are about half those regularly charged. To persons who have made the trip to California via other routes, this Southern route will prove a most delightful' change, and to persons contemplating a trip to Texas or Mexican poi...

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 December 1900

•V ggvfr" *y $'• *k- C?% THE* ^1) rMW*W FRESH BEEF, MPTTON and PORK, Pickled Pigs' Feet & Tripe, Bologna and Frankfurter Sausages. Sliced Boiled Ham- F. A.&R. A.JONES, Dealers in Cattle BrownellSk McPhee, Drugs & Fancy Toilet Articles, Books & We have added a line of Standard Cloth bound books to our stock comprising best work of fiction, Holiday Gift Books and up-to-date Publi cations— *EBEN HOLDEN", "THE MASTER CHRISTIAN", "THE REDEMPTION OF DAVID CORSON", "STRINGTO Horses. and We own ami control the following brands: Cuttle branded an follows: Fli. Left K3L«ft /C^tt'eht ribs. I ,Wril)s. I hip. 1Ps." I ix" Left hip. Hones branded on left shoulder witli above brands, except the Flag brand, which is on right shoulder. Range be tween the Muddy and Montana State line. P. 0. address, Buford, N. 1). •F. A. ft &. A. JONES. STEVENS IDEAL RIFLE No. 44, Price Only $IO.OO, is a leader. Made in all the standard calibers, both rim and center fire. Weight about 7 pounds. AWO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 27 December 1900

The GRAPHIC IS entered at the .Poet Office a» Willis ton. N. D.. as second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THUHSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. E. H. COPELAND, EDTTOK8. WILLARD B. OVERSON County Directory. Sheriff—JAS. S. COSTKLLO. County Auditor—H. V. SMITH. Comity Treasurer—JOHN HEFFERNAN. Clerk of District Court—J. C. FIELD. County Judge—J. W. TBCAX. Register of Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Coroner— DOUGLAS BELL. Snot, of Schools—F. J. WALDRON. County Surveyor—E. C. PALMBK. ^8t«te'H Attorney—N. A. STKWAKT.^ ^V BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—I. C. STEWART. 3d District—T. C. GAINKB, Chatrman. 8d District—E. Q. WESCOTT. Directory for Town of Williston. C. BALDWIN, President. A. A. AUSTILL.Trustee, G. W. NEWTON, Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BUTLBR. Treasurer—W. H. DENNY. Assessor—F. M. HARVEY. Justice of the Peace—E. LEONHARDY Marshal-G. A. MAMMON. School Board, Special School District of Willis ton. EMTL LEONHARDY, President. CHAS. BALDWIN. J. F. WOODLEY. M, G. MARKELL. JOHN HEKFERNAN. R. H. ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 27 December 1900

'4 if* 1 V* rl£$U' A? fv*/" &W By COx'Et-AXD wmm% mtv EbfWiUistOttGrapku & Oversox.- WILUSTON. N. DAK THE RETURN. While wandering down a shady lane One summer day, not long ago, I, listening, caught the sweet refrain Of happy voices, soft and low. Fond memory brought back childhood's day, When I had tripped along this nook. And passed into the old church, gray, Behind which sings the. silver brook. Oh, many years have come and fled Since last I walked beneath these trees The friends of youth are scattered—dead— I hear their requieum in the breeze. Not one in all my native place Is left who can remember me I look -into each passing face, But all are strange no friend I see. The babbling brook Is just the same, The stepping stones across it, too And here's the tree but, ah! the name, O'ergrown with bark, is lost to view. Mine and another's, deeply traced, The letters clear and interwinea, Time's finger has long since erased, But left the scar for me to fir.d. Perhaps upon this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 27 December 1900

LCopyright. 189?, by F. Tennyson Neeiy.] CHAPTER IIL—CONTINUED. Reno was some 90 miles away, and not until late the next evening did the graj-s reach the lonely post. Not a sign of hostile Indian had been seen or hea^d, said the officer in command. Small bands of hunters were out to ward Pumpkin Butte two days before. Yes, Ogallallas—and a scouting par ty, working down the valley of the Powder, had met no band at all, though trails were numerous. They were now patrolling toward the Big Horn. Per haps there'd be a courier in to-morrow. Better get a good night's rest mean time, he said. But all the same he doubled his guards and ordered extra vigilance, for all men knew John Fol som, and when Folsom was anxious on the Indian question it was time to look alive. Daybreak came without a sign, but Folsom could not rest. The grays had no authority to go beyond Reno, but such was his anxiety that it was decided to hold the troop at the cantonment for a day or two. Mean time, despite his yea...

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