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It nourishes and beautifies
the skin. It relieves chap
ped hands and the effects
of raw winds. It removes
sun-burn, pimples, wrin
kles, etc., and is consider
ed a perfect Skin Pood.
Williston, North Dakota.
-See E. B. Brown
son for your proofs. 27
Geo. H. Stevens was a Mondak visitor
tin this city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Sweetman and
-child visited (rout Monriak in this city
J. 8. Sherry hue interned horrte after
a two. week's viait with .his parents at
v.. la um iiv.:r onmie ul Ki
•tothily (eeir«jyeu bv iii« liat Wrtk. Ouu
icolt perished in the fliunee.
"Money to lean on farms and city property
the Williston Laud Company.
Mark rhoraaa, who is now living at
Siete», N. D.. was visitiog old friends
in this city last week.
Jobn^ilTaKenman.cookiQg at.the saw
:«nill on the soathaide, is in lowu on.a
visit with Irleitds.
Old Mercury laid down and went to
--eletfp at aboui35o below-zero last Mou
OonsiUbrable-suow has laJleu in this
«ecliou uurtug the past teu days, and ou
the prairies ii is aOoui teu lucUeaiu
T.-B. Ki.igui aud Miua Luuy oauett ol
Mu&euzm cuunty were wariiea al Mi*
not bv Judge Da via on Weduesday ol
The Willi^on Land Co. is .prepared to at
4eod to every detail of .your land business.
•C»ll and -see them,
A liie at LauMord last baiurday de
stroyed $40,000 worth of property. The
fire started in the Lanslord limes oflice
bat its origin-is a mystery.
Miuiotera' Aauvuauu was ioruied
at MibOuloai we*,It, oi wiuah Ktv. N. £,.
4£uanorUi, o» iue episcopal cuurcu was
Eleven conductors on the Great North
ern railway in Moutaua, aud several
others ruuning iuto Waabiugtou and
.North Dakota, were called to St. Paul
3ast*«ek to be diueipliued.
The Minet Business College Winter
Term opens January 2uu. feeuu lor
The trial of J. 8. Murphy of Minot,
charged with lorging, names to road re
ceipts lor road taxes paid by the Great
Northern railroad -Company, is still on
irail at JTargo.
There hat been a change of time in
-the ruuniug of two trains on the Great
Hoilberu. Mo. 3, going west, arrives
4iow at 1.10. aud Mo. 4, going east, ar
rives at 2:35 in tue Juoruing.
(E. M. Diauey aud E. C. Carney are
the "nieu behind the guu"tnat shoots
forth the MoKeuzie County-Chronicle the
newspaper that was recently started at
ileiawkt, tlw seat of goveruwe«il~of
ahe new county ol iuuKenzie.
A. W. Tracy formerly with the Amer
ican Book (JM. ot Chicago, is now au
vaii««i Utfcui iur the C( !vv luiperiai
Stock ''(Jo.j oee'ol- itie best, rapt-: to a*
coiBbiuauoiiB trav.eii'ig -IU Uae svedi.
CYoiS&^re !»vo-ritea wherever ihey
gC.-KUtS Itlelf pfttSt-ii'.UUQUH UCVtii 3«lU tu
xlraw crowded houses.
31. G. AJarkeil on Tuesday sold his
bouse aud two lots ou Broadway, to
JCaesis Bros, the Syrian mercnants, for
•the .consideration of 92,500. Knssis
iBros. will build a orick block ou the
Jots early in the apriug. Mr. Markell
•will contiuue to.reside in the houee uu
4il such time aalie can build auofuer
layers and Moorhead have just put
jn aJarge aud handsome stock of photo
graph .goods, aud being experienced
and skillful artists, are now enabled to
execute work equal to that done .in any
city. They have cards aud mats of the
Very latest designs, and can give you
4be best reeulu. Give them a call it
TOO want clear perfect and up-to-date
Anyone having eye trouble or defec
tive eye sight, should not fail "consult
5. McKfevfr, Optical Specaliet.
Permanently Incated) Boom 3, Sco'tield
Alack Minot, N. &.
E. C. Carney, the progressive and
wide-awake young attorney with office
in the Union Block at the rear of the
CitizensStateoBank, who has been with
his wife.visiting bis old home in Pa.
baa returned to this city. Mr. Camay
believes tn taking lite easy in this world
Jtud in making 'the .most of the briei
time AIletted to, uwnkiud ou this
old earthof ours. Duriug his absence
he haa visited all the large cities in the
east incolding Waahingtoq, D. C.,aod
be feela that the pleasures of his jaunts'
are full.compenaatioikfor the money ex
The jury sitting it*the case of James
D. Morrison vs P, P. Lee, the w«U
kuown Minot merchant, wbicb wari
tried at Minot last week, brought iu a
verdict ol f8,006 in favor of Morrison.
This waa a suit for.i^uriesreceivd from
an explosion caused by gasoliue being
mixed wiUxJuroaena, which bad been
purchased al.P.^P. Lee's store.
HOB. Alexander Hughes of Minne*.
Apolis4«aa.inthe.city several dayatuia
week on baistness. We-understand that
Mr. Hugnea is interested in the coi»
si ruction of a telepboue from Gleudive,
Mont., to Mondak. Mr. Hughea was
for many yearaa resident attonery, for
the N. P. Railway Co., aud was counted
as one of the best men North Dakota
The Graphic wculd like to crow over
the result of the election last Saturday
on the bond question, but as some one
IIAH stolen our rooster, w« umat contei
oitoiselvea in (iCCHsi'.-rnlly n*ferrin« lo
the /igui'*- 80 34 & 'nor^* thi-'
in 1-ivor t. tiiiliucipai u.vut'
—E', lu nch Sn..piiHnl
quire liie Graphic oQice.
Died—Mary Jane, the 10-year-old
daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Edward
Link, died on Sunday lust, Jan. 20th.,
The child bad been ailing for nearly
two weeks, but the doctors were enable
to diagnose her case, and wtf under
stand cannot give the immediate cause
of her demise. Mary Jane was an ex
ceptional bright and intelligent girl and
ber loss will be keenly felt by the fami
ly. The heart felt «yrn pit hies of the en
tire oomtnunity go out to the bereaved
parents. The funeral took place yester
day at the Congregationl church, R»v.
A Well-Known Character Dead.
Frank Eagan, better known in this
section of the count! us "Beinin,'' died
in the hospital at Minot last week of
Inng trouble. "Remit*" wa» a man of
excellent education, and possessed
many qualitiea that would have made
biiu a good and useful citizen, had he
made a proper use of his talent*. But
the habit of drink brought hun con
tract with tiie low and vicious elements
of human society, with which he readilv
assimilated, and he became au object
of contempt and a disgrace to the better
class. Through his vicious course ol
couduct he WHS a mennce to society, and
his diamine will he mourned only by his
moot i'ltiuiate aneociHit-B. Had he lead
a different life he might have been an
honored and influential man. for he had
many traits of character that would have
gained him a worthy position iu the
political and social realm.
To Divide Distriot.
A bill has been introduced in congress
to divide the Minot Isnd dintrict. The
bill provides that all went of tne range
line between ranges 92 and 93 be cut off
from this district and given to the new
distriot and it will also take in a great
strip off the Dickinson land district.
The Irnd office will be located at Willis
ton and it will be called the Williston
land district. This will lake off from
this district all the land west of Ross
and plaee it in land district at Williston.
At this time the majority Of the land
open to -homestead'entry is in that sec
tion of the country and it will make a
big thing for the new laud office from
.—Minot He porter.
W ANTED*-I 'istfict Managers to poet
signs, advertise and dialrihue samples.
Salary 118.00 weekly,- 13.00 per day for
expenses. State age an I present em
ployment. IDEAL HHEAS Co., 39 Ran
(ioll'li Nr., CMc«tf-2813
The Of HP IJripi-riAj. .Stock Cornpnuy
in hoobivi a rhrwr bij/hfa' nem-a -»f
p5*yn"at ffre Wi'H-ifrvr. Qrjer'i Ho»s«
this «Hv Di X' wamk, b^aiinMcrf with
FFe irie-da -v»-niiia nnd closing
night. On Wednesday evening will be
presented "A Fisherman's Luck," to
be followed by two other excellent pro
ductions entitled "A Struggle for Gold."
and "(Jnder Two Flags." In speaking
of the latter play we are forced to ad
mit that few dramas have a wider re
putation then thin. They carry an effi
cient company especially engsged for
the particular nptneps in the sharacters
they assume, and have an elaborate and
correct seenic reproduction of the Eng
lish race sceine the barracks of the
French gBrriean in Algiers the nest of
tfcs silver pheasant and the Oasin in the
-desert. They also carry their own
special scenery and music, and promise
you a dramatic treat seldom enjoyed In
this seetion of country.
The same law and rulings apply to
proofs t*ken in Williston as at Minot.
Call on E. O. Carney, U. S. Commis
-ioner, Citizen's Bank building.
I N I I I
Mias Annie Thompaon of tho G. N.
Hotel jsntertained a large number of
friends on Tuesday evening. The oc
casion being tbe first aniveraary of the
opening of tbe Hotel. Tbe evening
was spent witb gsmes, music, and re
freshments waa served about midnight,
after which dancing waa indulged in for
The wedding of Miaa Rogua Alaaker
to Mr. John Johnson of Lanaford, oc
cured at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ma*
son Smith on Wednesday, Jan. 10th, at
2 p. m. They left on tbe evening train
the same day for their future home on
the groom'a farm near Lanaford.
C. R. Lofgren left last Sunday tor
Hassel, Minn., to visit bia parents. He
will aleo make a business trip to SI. Paul
and Minneapolis before'returning home.
John 6iveraon left for Minot last
L. Rutherford of Grand Forks tran
sacted business with our merchants last
K. Lea returned from Devila Lake
Saturday to spend the remainder«f the
winter on his claim,
Mrs. Mason Smith is enjoying a visit
from Iter ousin Miss Annie Alaaker
from Benson, Minn.
It is being circulated by those inter
eated in the oppoeition to municipal
ownership of the water worka and elec
tric light plant, voted for at the elect
tion list Saturday, that tbe iaauing of
127.000.worth of bonds means an in
crease »t the of the city of 9 p»r.
ctw?. N-'«, far Mi** benefit our ra-t.l
ers, Ur.»pht« will H*»y thit" those
who Hie diHHeruinHting such bosh among
the people are sirapiv ranking donkeys
of themselves. The fact is, that after
the bonds are issued, the citv will hai^
to pay annually tjie sum of C1.350 in in
terest. This sum. divided up among
the tax payers, at the preaent assessed
vsluation of the city, makes a little l»ss
than 5 mills on the dollar less than one
half of one per cent. In other words,
it will cost the taxpayera less than five
dollars on one thousand of assessed
High School Reports.
About one hundred dollars worth of
books for reference, chiefly in history
and literature, have been added to our
High (School reference library.
The boys basket ball team are trying
to arrange lor a game wit-h the -Minot
We are glad to see Robert Porter witb
Tbe eight grade has been moved to
the high school room. Reason, No. 1,
Lank of room in their department.
Reason No. 2. To absorb knowledge
from the brilliant high school students.
have been en
rolled since the holidays.
State examinations are tbe chief at
tractions this week.
"Works of darkness" are being per
formed by the Physic* class, at least
works in tbe darkuess, as tbe class is
now making experiments under the
subject "Light." Tbe offices has been
darkened for this purpose.
Mysteriously disappeared on tb6
uight of Jan. 17, from tbe borne of one
of our popular young ladies, a diamond
necklace valued at one thousand dollars.
Tbe High School Literary Socity have
elected new officers for the term. It is
the piactice of the society to elect as
president the new boy or girl as a mild?
from oi hazing but as no victim appear
ed, Minda Stutrud was elected.
A young man of Williston, who form
erly bore a good reputation, was «rreet
ed on Jan. 18
th, accused of stealings val
uable diamond necklace. The prelim
inary bearing was held before
"Judge Scbafer on Jan. 19tb. Tbe de
pendent was bound over to the District
court, bis trial to be held Feb. 9tb 1906,
in tbe high school building. On account
of.tbe high standing- of tbe parties in
of tbe evidence*introdtifced at the pre
liminary hearing, there is great inter
'est manifested in the esse.
The Graphic is requested to say tbat
the statement made in the Herald last
week, concerning Mr. H. C. Moorhead,
is no* correct. There must be a mistake
somewhere, x* ttin vouug man himself
doe* not know anything »iioui being
Charles N. Bain of Bainville, Mont.,
was in the city to-day. From what we
could learn, Valley County will soon be
surprised by a high-toned wedding.
Bat we won't give it away now.
Card |of Thanks.
The undersignee desire to express
their sincere and heart'elt thanks to
their many friends in this city who so
willingly and sympathetically rendered
them assistance in their late bereave
ment. MB. AKO Mas. E. LIWK.
Do You Need the Honey.
If you want to borrow money on real
estate, or need money with which to
prove up on your boineatead it will pay
you to see or write W. B. Overson. [52tf
Leave your laundry at the Anticeptic
Baiber Shop for the Elliot Steam Laun
dry of Grand Forks. Basket sent every
Tuesday and received Saturday. 44tf
Prompt attention given to your Land
Office Business by E. C. Carney, U. S.
Da. C. R. MODIE
will open his office
for business Janurary the 15tb, with
Drs. Caldwell, Opera House Block.
Donation Party In
Oae of the most enjoyable events of
the season occurred at the home of Rev.
W. J. snow, on Friday, Jan. IS, 1906.
Rev. 4 Mrs. Snow were completev
taken by surprise, when, after Jiupper,
the neighbors began to come in, when
a large crowd from Eight-Mile and Bu
ford, beaded bv Rev. E. F. Ott, entered
the dining room and began to load the
table witb bundles, boxes and bags of
good things to eat, as well as to wear.
Tbe young and old soon began to
make things lively with games and
charades. Everyone waa happy, and
at 11 o'clock refreshments were served
of cakes and ice dream, after which,
-games were resumed. All things went
"Merry as a marriage bell" until 1:30
A. M. when some one remarked, "We'd
better go home we did not come to
stay ah night." Another atid," IFe came
to the party, But We did not come to
stav, We're having such a jolly time,
We can hardly go away."
Filty eight persons said good night,
leaving behind them happy memories
and carried away with them tbe bless
ings of a grateful minister and his fami
ly. ONB WHO WAS TIIERIC.
Your Amended Filing will receive
prompt attention by E. C. Carney, U.
Methodist Episoopai Church
SUIHIHV School 10 a.
Morning preaching 11 a. ro
Rpwortli League 715 p. it
Song and preaching 8 00 p.m
Song, prayer and praise service 7! I
We aim to make every service Help
ful, Attractive and Instructive.
If you have no home church already
come over with us. Reader you are
invited. Ask your friends to come too
All are welcome.
Country people please take notice.
At Palmer school house, will preach
Sundays November 12, 2(3, December
10 nnd 24, st 3 o'clock.
At Clark school hous«t on Bonetrai.
(District No. 7. school No. 3) I wil.
preach on Sundays November 19
December-3, 17 and 31, at 3 o'clock
Invite your neighbor*. We will give
you the best we hitve.
Frank Scott Hxllett, Pastor.
N. T. Snyder,
Attorney at Law.
Land Loans and Collections.
20126 Williston, North Dakota
EARLIEST and HABDI
EST of everything ON EARTH. Every person
who tills a foot of land needs tt. Sand for it
Oaonr M. Will A Co. Bismarck, N. D.
Careful Prescription Work
is our Specialty.
Great Northern Hotel Building.
Phone U2. Williston, N. D.
PERCY 8. CREWE,
U. 8. COMMISSIONER.
'.FILINGS, CONTESTS, PROOFS.:
Office in rooms formerly occupied by X, A
WILLISTON, N. D.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Anticeptic Barber Shop
the antiseptic barber shop undei
the Citiaen's Bank in the Union block,
keeps the best of toilets, all kinds of bait
tonics. You need not be bald or grav ot
have dandruff or black heads or kinkles
around your eyes, have your face mas
saged. Ladies can get a first class sham
poo, since we have put in our watei
works. All at tbe popular prices, come
and see us, we open at 8 a. m. and close
at 8 p. m. Prof. Gordon, Prop.
Carney's Pocket Map
Williams County, N. D.
Shows sections, townships, ranges,
lakes, creeks, trails and roads, school
houses, school and commissioners dis
tricts, leading business men, etc., ate.
Free upon application. Oflice: Citizen's
Ntate Bank building, Williston, N. D.
Aftontmn I the highest mar
allOllllUII ket prices for your
Hides, Furs, Pelts, Wool, etc
Make a trial shipment and be convinced.
Write for Price List.
PROMPT KEMITTANCES GUARANTEED.
John Mack & Co.'
No. 13, Second Street, Minneapolis, Minn.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
A. BEAUDOUX, M. D.
Fargo, N. D.
Practice Limited to Diseases of Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat.
23"Eighth Bt. North.
U. S. Commissioner.
Physician & Surgeon
Located in Union Block
overCitizens State Bank
PHONE NO. 38
2 Williston, N. D.
Takes Final Proofs, Filings,
Amended Filings, Contests, and
does Locating. Why not make
your proof at Williston and save
money—-It is just as safe. I attend
to all II. S. Land Office fcutlnetfs
and respectfully solicit your
Oall and see me.
Citizen's State Bank Building.
Williston, North Dakota.
THOMAS it MONROE,
6. M. Thomas, Licensed Embalmer.
A first-class Hearse in connectio n* A fine stock of Undertaking Goods atwavs en hand
We are agents for Williams County andTicinity for the
A O A E W O S
orders Dromptly attended to. (Telephone No. 31J Willifton, North
List vonr property, both real and
personal, with A. A. Austill, and get the
bast prices. 2fit2J.v?
FOR SALK OR TRADE—A road -cart
nearly new. Inquire of
lStf Mrs. J. E.Wolf.
E. C. Carney attends to all Land.
Ryan ft Lokken
Cleaning, Pressing and
repairing Suits, Over
coats, Ladies* Skirts,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
Special attention to diseases of Women.
Calls answered day or night
Office oyer Bruegger Mer. Co.
Telephone No. WILLISTON, N.D
'Minor, n. n.
?Tm MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
The highest market price* guaranteed. You
Witt realize 10 to 50 per cent.-more by shipping
these to us than by acthag it home. Write today.
Theouly first-cl"-^ hoi*"! in
Wheelock, Nort^i ^Dakota.
Centrally Located. San l»fpot.
TravelitiKmeD'* PstroiiMge Solicited.
Miss Annie T. Thompson,^