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Weekly Wymorean-Sept. 18, 1913 In a letter to the editor, James Bristor, who recently moved from Wymore to Jamestown North Dakota states that his brother, Ed, died at that place shortly after the arrival of Mr. Bristor, 2 weeks ago. The body was buried at Jamestown and will be moved to Odell later. Mr. Bristor says that work is plentiful and Jamestown and vicinity just now. He is doing inside finishing on a 4 story hospital. He has work to keep him busy all winter. He says most everything is higher priced in Jamestown than in Wymore. Mr. Bristor's household goods have not arrived when he wrote and he said they would move to a farm as soon as the goods arrived. Jamestown, he describes as a town of 7000 people with a big flour mill, a college, and a state asylum. It is located on the NP and Midland Continental Railroads. He likes the place fine.
Jamestown N.D. Daily Paper-Sept. 5, 1913-page 3.
Death of George E. Bristor, age 18, who came to Stutsman County last fall from Wymore, Ne, with his brother, James William Bristor and purchased the Wilmart farm near Montpelier, occurred Thursday at the Jamestown Hospital, following a malignant attack of appendicitis. He was taken seriously ill at the farm and was brought to the hospital about 2 weeks ago, but the ravages of the malady could not be checked. It was the third attack. His mother arrived a week ago, and his father, J.J. Bristor, sister Marie and brothers Arthur and Alfred (Bud), arrived Wednesday from Nebraska before the end came. Deceased was born at Odell Gage Co Nebraska, Feb. 17, 1895 and came to Stutsman County in 1912, as before stated. Two cousins, Perry and James Bristor, also reside in this County.
The funeral will be held from Eddy-Proctor Co. undertaking parlors, Sunday at 2:00pm, Rev. Canine officiating, with burial at Highland Home Cemetery.