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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 21 November 1901

-1 .. •. .... 1 I) I' ling of the Feet 8'8'cure KVN' ri I tfBV'-V-1'.' hv Wjf it 1 8 7? I ket reports. -j w$y Dr. Brown's Blood Berries. FOR MEN AND WOMEN, Young and Old. AN UNFAILING BLOOD BUILDER AND NEBVE TONIC. -^-w— -r- m—t all Plseases arising from A Poor and Watery condition (i §_£ l-J of ibe Blood, ^^Doctor*Brown's Blood Berries also way, the The Greatest Cure on Eartli for Pain. SR. BROWN'S GOLDEN OIL AND RHEUMATIC TABLETS. "Golden Oil" will relieve and cure more quickly than any other known Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Gout, Sciatica, Pleurisy, Backache, Quinsy, Sore Throat* Stiffness of the Neck and Joints. Sprains, Cuts and Wounds, Limbago, Scalds snd Burns, Headache,Toothache.Earache, Bruises,Eruptions,Swellings,Inflammations, Chiblains, Frostbites, Frosted Bites Ankles and Joints, Sore Feet,Feet, THOMAS & MONROE, Undertakers and Funeral Directors. EMBALMING A SPECIALTY. A f!rst*class Heart* in connection. A fine stock of Undertaking Goods always on hand. We are agents fo...

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. — 28 November 1901

The GBAPHIC 1* entered at the Post Office Williston. V. D..ansecond class mail matter PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, EDITOM. WILLARD B. OVERPON, Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. Meat* every Wmi ncni'ii night, PAUL SCHIKKBKCK, N. (I. J. H. HKI.YKA, \r. Oi. R. H. 'OPK' AM)., SUE. I, C. STKWART. TREHH. Trustees—WM. SNYDKK, N. E. PRUD noMMB, R. T. LUCAS. Williston. North lluknta. No. 8 Mixed 4:30 a. W. T. BENTON. Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. MOTIfE TO CATHOI.ICS.—Services will be conducted every fourthSunday of the month beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. at Odd Fellows Hall. Sunday School nt 3 o'clock p. m. Nels J. Kamp of Hofflund was in the city Tuesday buying "goodies" for bis Thanksgiving dinner. If you want a real neat up-to-date suit of clothes be sore to buy of the Brueg ger Mercantile Co. The plasterers are at work plastering the new catholic church in this city and expect to have the work completed in a few days. Mrs. Bennett, who lias been visiting in t...

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. — 28 November 1901

v*( I h. *S i. BY COPELAKD & OVKBSOS. WILLI8TON. RETROSPECTIVE. iDh. those were Jolly days, ,~i .: When you and I were boys, ," And sought in devious ways A lad's mischievous Joys When down the raln-plpe sheer With many rips we slid— ..wwBut hold! No lad should hear 4vf? What Dad in boyhood did. Ivt. And yet, Ican't forget The tricks that we once played. Mil The pranks we should forget, -P^fj The times we disobeyed: S&j How to the swimming-pool %5»Si In secret we would fly— s|l But hush! No boy In school rfj*1 Should think his Daddy sljr. I can't remember half -,vAs!-4v,? The things we used to do But I recall the calf 1 Pa'nted "HV 1 re(J Besides, Bob Bramleigh had never told her In so many words that he loved her. She had known it, to be sure, but that belonged to her dead past, the romance of her life that had faded to a wistful memory. Why had he never written? Why had he delayed to speak so long? Oh, if he cared for her, why had he been cruel! She remembered the words of...

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. — 28 November 1901

mnm THE CRICKET. Sflll cornea the breath of summer, strong and sweet. In at my open window yet, as meet Daylight and twilight, joyfully we greet The cricket's music. These sing of summer, but as on the wane, Sing of Us sweetness also of its pain Major and minor in its brisk refrain— The crickets' chorus. Our friends the frogs sang of the budding spring, Sang of fresh youth and the perfumed Love King, Of birds and flowers, and life in everything In fullest measure. Now, at those ripened pleasures we are cloyed Weary forsooth of sweets, which oft we toyed In glowing summer conscious of a void And heavy languor. With crickets' chirp comes courage new and strong, Visions appear of autumn evenings long, Of cheerful fireside, books and friends and song, And social pleasures. And now we dream of life and work re newed Fresh blood flows in our veins, with strength imbued W* shall take up our former tasks, row strewed To summer breezes. Have the long days In passing brought us pain? The cric...

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. — 28 November 1901

"€5^ 5" V' CURE ONE j.: It Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. DRAY WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WATER AND PURE ICE Delivered to Patrons in any part of the City. WILLISTON. NORTH DAKOTA. ©®$©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©®©©©©©©©©©©©©©@©©©©©©©© $ Christmas Presents Call and llvaniine my .Line of S in S N Watches, Chains, Rings Scarf Pins, Breast Pins, Emblem Pins, S a W a Gold Pens, Fountain Pens, Etc. Etc., Etc. fl. Q. Coleman. Dr. Brown Blood Berries. FOR MEN AND WOMEN, Young and Old. AN UNFAILING BLOOD BUILDER AND NERVE TONIC. All GOLDEN OIL. The Greatest Cure on Earth for Pain. DR. BROWN'S GOLDEN OIL AND RHEUMATIC TABLETS. "Golden Oil" will relieve and cure more quickly than ar.y other known remedy, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Gout, Sciatica, Pleurisy, Backache, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Stiffness of the Neck and Joints. Sprains, Cuts and Wounds, Lumbago, Scalds and Burns, Headache, Toothache. Earache, Bruises, Eruptions,Swellings,Inflammations, Chiblains, Frostbites, Frosted Feet, Bites and Stings of...

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. — 5 December 1901

f» if' nj iKflWv* *t' 'i- The GKAPHIC i« entered at the Port Office MUiaton. N. D..aa second C1M» mail matter. PDBLI8HED EVERT THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, WILLARD B. OVERSON, EDITOM. MOUNT XOR1AH LODGE NO. 61, A. P. A. K. Seneca Brownell, W. M, C. A. Wittmeier, S. W. N. A. Stewart, J. W. W. D. Parshall, Treas. G. B. Metzger, Secretary. Meets every first and third Thursday. Visiting Brothers always welcome. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. PAUL SCHIBKBECK, N. G. J. H. BELYEA, V. G. R. H. COPBI.AND., Sec. I. C. STEWART, Treas. Trustees—WM. SNYDER, N. E. PHUD HOMME, R. T. LUCAS. Williston. North Dakota. Arrives No. S, Mail 2:20 a. m. No. 7, Mixed 7:10 p. m. EAST BOUND. Arrives No. 4, Mail 6:18 p, m. No. 8 Mixed 4:30 a. W. T. BENTON. Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. OTICE TO CATHOMC8.—Services will be conducted every fourth Sunday of the month 'inning at 10 o'clock a. m. at Odd Fellows Hall. Sunday School nt 3 o'clock p. m. REV. JOSEPH RAITH, Past...

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. — 5 December 1901

3 B* Co^KLAND & WILLtSTON OVEKBOM. T~~: N. DAK AT THE TABLE. Si® The years have sped since first I led You to the table, dear. And you sat over there alone, And I sat smiling here. A year or two flew past and yo« No longer sat alone: A little one was in your armit •tour darling and my own. And then another year or so. And some one else was there, And Willie sat near me. j"0U know, While Trottie claimed your care. The years have sped since first I led You to the table, dear. And you looked queenly, at the foot And/I felt kingly here. To-day as I look down at you, On either side I see A row of hungry little ones All gazing up at me. We've added leaves, one after one, And you are far away— Aye, thrice as far, my dear, as on v-, That happy, happy day. but though we sit so far apart— You there and I up here— 1 Two rows of hearts from my fond heart Stretch down to you, my dear. Thank God for eve.ry extra leaf The table holds- to-day, And m»y we never know the grief Of putting one away...

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. — 5 December 1901

-4- NEAT FEEDING DEVICE. Where Calvei Are Kept Confined in Small Pens the Plan Here Given la Excellent. The feeding of calves is never very agreeable work, and especially when the feed pail is virtually at the mercy of the calf, as it has to be more or less, under ordinary circumstances. The plan shown in the accompanying cut for watering and feeding will be found convenient, especially where calves are kept confined in small pens. The two slits cut in the side of the pen should be just wide enough to ad FEEDER FOR CALVES. mit the calf's liead. The animal can then get to either division of the feed box, one end of which is fitted to re ceive a pail, while the other is open to hold grain or hay. Even for calves that^ire old enough to be tied in stalls, this plan is useful. The box could, in that case, be continuous, having divi sions as shown in front of each stall, with similar openings for the young sters' heads. The calves could also be tied to a stanchion behind the, open ings. A...

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. — 5 December 1901

,ry v:'V HE# it: Hv i$sf j: §$ tf-V", ONE Christmas Presents Call and Examine my Line of S in S N Watches, Chains, Rings Scarf Pins, BreastPins, Emblem Pins, S a W a Gold Pens, Fountain Pens, Etc.. Etc., Etc. I n. Q. Coleman. ©©©©©©©©©©©®®©$©©©®®®©©®©S Doctor Brown's Blood Berries are NOT a cure-all. They contain nothing that could injure the most delicate system, but act upon the diseases dependent upon poor and watery BLOOD or a cachetic state of that fluid. They act directly upon tbe blood. They supply to the blood its life-giving quali ties, by assisting it to absorb oxygen, the great supporter of all organic life. In this way, the blood becoming "built-up" aud being supplied with its lacking consti tuents, becomes rich and red, nourishes the various organs, stimulates them to acti vity in the performance of their functions, and thus eliminates disease from the system. improvement follows a few days' use of these Blood Berries while permanent bene fit and cure can only reasonabl...

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. — 12 December 1901

4 JUf- 11 •." -, i..: VOt.7. NO. 24- Tke eumc la ntmd at the Poat Oftoe a» Wnittoo. H. P.. aa aecoad dm ntll —tier. ntUMKD KVSBT THURSDAY AT WILU8TON. N. D. K. •. OOPILAND, temms. WILLARD B. 0VKR80N MOOIT XOKXAH LODOS HO. 51, A. V. A. X. 8eneea Brownell, W. M, C. A. Wittmeier, S. W. N. A. 8tewart, J. W. W. D, Parshall, Treas. 6. B. Metifer, Secretary. Meetsyevery first and third Thursday. Visiting Brothers always welcome. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0. 0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. PAUL SCHIKKBBCK, N. G. J. H. BELYKA, V. G. R. H. OoPKLAND., Sec. I. C. STBWAKT, Treas. Trustees—WM. SNYDEB, N. E. PKUD BOMMB, R. T. LUCAS. Williston. North Dakota. ^Sreat Northern TIME TABLE. WKST BOUND. Arrives Ho. S, Hail 2:20 a. m. No. 7, Mixed 7:10 p. m. •AST BOUND. Antves No. 4. Hall 6:18 p, m. Mo. 8 Mixed— .... 4:80 a, W. T. BENTON. Agt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. UOTfCE TO CATHOLICS,—Service* will te coaducUid every fourth Sunday of the month oegtaaing at 10 o'clock a. m. at Odd Fellow* Bui. fiHDday Sch...

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. — 12 December 1901

life iff PI %m ?J\ I I t»4-~ v- & it a U- '-V If': BTCD/Haxp OTElHOS. 'p WIUttSTOH^pilT-N. OAK THE WIFE BEHIND THE PURSE. Toq may talk about your heroes—of the nan behind the gun, Of the gallant boy» In khaki—blew em All But tok«t rd like- to give you—very •hort, and only one— Which you haven't heard In any music hall. CUhTi a heroine quite humble, and she 8 called upon to dare A thoughtless man's dlspleasurfr-maybe worse 'Xook around your own wee homeland and perhaps you'll find her there, Xn the little wife who rules behind the purse. Though Bill is very loving, still he's care "less of the cash, Ana jack's all right when not upon the spree But both upon a Saturday are given to be rash, 'Mong pals within the "public" over free. Tet their kiddles, neat and decent, go about at school or play, And the Sunday grub's not stinted—the reverse. Ob, the secrets, and the sorrows, and the plans of Saturday Are hidden by the wives behind the purse. Now lack and Bill may grumble if she kee...

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. — 12 December 1901

LELIA How Lelia Entered Her Claim Her brother-in-law's place was in the outskirts of a small town, and as he went toward the stable he heard hasty footsteps outside the fence which separated him from the street, and presently a strong, athletic figure vaunted over and came toward him. "I beg your pardon, Mr. Gilford," the stranger said, hurriedly, "but let me have a horse for a fewhours? My broth er said that you kept the best horses in town." "Not to let, though," answered Mr. GifTord, rather coldly. Who is your brother "Henry Wayne, the postmaster. You see, I only reached here to-day, and Henry has been telling me something which renders my presence in Gaines ville imperative." "Ah! "Mr. Gifford's, "ah," was very ex pressive, and he looked out across his orange grove as though in search of an answer to some unspoken thought. "I am in a great hurry," hinted Mr. Wayne, after a prolonged silence, "and I will pay you well." "I want no pay," hastily. Then with a sudden change of voice:...

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. — 12 December 1901

I I ft |p grvO- 1 A Aflnt-clw Hoirse in connection •h' 'P $ jslj jW I'tStf Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. DRAY WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WATER AND PURE ICE delivered to Patrons in any part of the City. WILLISTON. NORTH DAKOTA. Christmas Presents Call and Examine my Line of S in S N Watches. Chains, Rings Scarf Pins, Breast Pins, Emblem Pins, S a W a Gold Pens, Fountain Pens, Etc.. Etc., Etc. i*l. G. Coleman. THOMAS & MONROE Dr. Brown's Blood Berries. FOR MEN AND WOMEN, Young and Old. AV TJNFAXLTNG BLOOD BUILDEB AND NEBVE TONIC. S 1 all Diseases arising from a Poor and Watery condition I I 1—« I-* of the Blood, suub as Pale and 8alloMr Complexion, V-' 1. 1 'i General Muscnlar Weakness, LORD of Appetite, Depres sion of Spirits, Lack of Ambition, Anaemia, Chlorosii or Qreen Sickness, Palpitation of the heart, Shortness of eath on slight exertion, Coldness of Hand* or Feet, Bwel- 1 Hysteria, etc. Locomotor Ataxy, Partial Paralysis, Sciatica, Rheumatism, Neural 6tC 'cure also all dis...

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. — 19 December 1901

fhe Quianc la entered «t tfce Port Office NlUiatoa, N. D..M«eos(«kMatll matter. fWtlMgC EVERT THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N D. a. BL OOTEUND, WILUID B. 0VER80N, MOTOT XOBXAH LODGE Seaeea BeowneH, V. •, C. A. TTittmeier, S. W. X. A.-Stevnrt, J. If. W.EL ParshalL, Treas. fi. B. Itetwc, Secnet-arj-- Meetievery first and third Tlwndiy. Visiting Brothers always welcome. Fort Biifari Uigo No. It, 1.0.0. F. Meets every Wednesday tiiitht. PAUL SCHIMMUC, N. G. J. H. HA-HA. V. 6. R. H. COPKI.ANW., See. I, C. SIWWAST, TrtMteM-WN. t^SREATNdrthern TIME TABLE. arrives Mo. 8, MaiL. 2:20 a. m. .7:10 m. No. Miiei MAtT muvriD. Airivea No. 4. KMI..._ CHURCH DIRECTORY. UmrE TO CATHOLICS.—Servfee* win lie conducted every fourth Sunday of the Month beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. at Odd Fellows Hall. Sandajr School *t 3 o'clock p. m. I W* IK 'i&i' a :••••.• EDIIOU. MIS NO. SI, A. F. •. M. It it MIS S:?iv Kcv. JesEni Rim, Itaator. CiONGREGATIONAL F, C. EMKR80V, Pastor. ETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SER VICES.—Cn...

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. — 19 December 1901

Ihe^iUiiSton (Sraphu Br COt'KLAND & OVEltSOX. Urn' WILL1STON, N. OAK A KNIGHT OF 1901 By WILLIAM BLOSS. (Copyright, 1901, by Authors Syndicate.) ALONG about the middle of that series of school "readers" which was most used a generation ago it may have beeu the "third," or it may have been the "fourth" reader—was one which, among other classic se lections, contained the account in verse of how, when the queen of the medieval fete had ban tered Lord Francis to chase aft er the glove she had wantonly thrown into the arena among a fero cious collection of man-eating lions, the active and astute Lord Francis "lightly leaped" down to the arena sands, deftly snatched up the lady's glove before the astonished lions could figure out what he was up to, climbed nimbly back to his seat by the fair lady's side, and then—good Lord Fran cis!—threw the glove, slap bang, right in the lady's face. "Not love," quoth he, "but vanity, prompted such a deed as this." The poet fails to inform us upon t...

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. — 19 December 1901

Ar Wist** -i—s,.. CAT'S STRANGE WHIM. Sleep* Every Sight on a Hoard Perch, Crowded In Between Two Con tented Heim. Ordinarily a cat's fondness for chicken costs its whole nine lives, but at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. lleiudl, 10S Chicago street, Kenosha, Wis., there was, not long- ago, a black cat so fond of these fowls that it slept every night on a board perch, crowded in between two contented, sleepy hens. The animal, two years old, lost all her nocturnal habits of prowling, going to bed with the chickens and waking up at cock crow every morning. More than a year ago Tabitha took Tip with the chickens. The little ones were afraid of her in the beginning, but gradually they became recon ciled to a foster sister. They even ceased to struggle when on occasion Tabitha would pick one of them up with her teeth, kitten fashion, and carry it across the yard. Last summer, before the cat had left the roost on which she slept, a big rat came scampering across the STRANGE FRIENDS. floor. Fr...

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. — 19 December 1901

feN m$:f: ilf, Zr teS'.' •.':. ft K^v- rv-"' My 5v V" iW"-' Wfci mi IV... fi 11 All orders .,pr- B. B. COPILAND. W. 0VEB80N. COPELAND & OVEUSON, GET YOUR Photographs taken at H. I. Barkis AIrtt-disi Hearse in connection. A fine stock of Undertaking Goods always on hand. We are agent* for Williams County end vicinity for the FARGO MARBLE WORKS, CITY DRAY LINE JOHN HEFFERNAN. Prop. Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. IRAY WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WATER AND PURE ICE Delivered to Patrons in any part of tlie City. WILLISTON. NORTH DAKOTA. Christmas Presents Call and Examine my Line of S in S N Watches, Chains, Rings Scarf Pins, Breast Pins, Emblem Pins, S a W a Gold Pens, Fountain Pens, Etc. Etc., Etc. fl. Q. Coleman. CURE a sion of Spirits, Lack of Ambition, Dr. Brown's Blood Berries. FOB MEN AND WOMEN, Young and Old. AN UNFAILTNG BLOOD BUILDER AND NERVE TONIC. Improvement follows a few days' use of these Blood Berries while permanent bene fit and cure can only reasonably be expected wh...

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. — 26 December 1901

,, C5-* k" -v II A- ij k.- -i= 4- fv The Guraic la entered at the Poet Office a' Mlliitw. N. D.,u aecond claaa mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THUK8DAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, WILLARD B. OVEHSON, EOITQM. 3C0TOT XOBXAH LODOB VO. SI, A. T. A. M. Seoaca &®wnell, W. M, C. A. Wittmeier, S. W. JL A. Stewart, J. W. W. H. RnrttliaU, Treat.. 6. B. Metzger, Secretory. Meets every first and third Tlrarsday. Visiting Brothers always welcome. Fid Buford ttdge No. 18,1.8.0. F. Meet* every Wednesday niglit. PAUL ScHnuaok, N. G. J. H. BBLYIA. V. G. R. H. CAFKUKD, Sec. I. C. 6TCWA«T, Treas. Troiten—Wu.HNYDKB, N. E. PMJD •OMMB, R. T. Lucas. WHIteton. North Dakota. TIME TABLE. VM LOCAL ROUND-UP. Tbefinphie witbes all its readers a iiappy and a prosperous New Year. Don't forget the grand band bail next Tuesday evening, at the Opera House. If you want a real neat up-to-date suit of clothes be sure to buy of the Brueg ger Mercantile Co. Octave Paillefer, of this county and •one of us oldest ...

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. — 26 December 1901

1 v.i $*' N &. IV t, w, BY COi'ELAND & OVEKSOX. WILUISTONTS N. DAK LAY OF THE CITY MAN. Oh! I'm longing for the country. With its gentle summer breeze. With the dew upon the meadow. And the verdue of the trees: Where forgotten Is the turmoil Of the blustering beaten track. As the insects cooly saunter Up my sleeves and down my back. Oh! I ,love the honey'd flowers As they,open in the morn .tg&I rejoice to walk, bare-headed, the rustle of the corn On the farm, whose sweetest muslo Is the lowing of the klne— And I get the morning paper Once a fortnight (if it's fine). l?fV?'Oh! SLHM By I hanker for a dwelling By the home of "Chanticleer," That his song may come a-ringing, Ev'ry morning, to my ear, i. .To arouse me, lest the beauties Of the sunrise I should lose, '-'iWhen I'd give a dollar-sixty For another little snooze. Oh! I hunger for, a moment 'i In a cool, secluded spot, Wth the buttercup and clover. And the blue forget-me-not. For I dearly love the country's Unsophis...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 26 December 1901

WT+, X*.- r- N i~- !S~r5Ge2Sffl1Bsi A -V 'f r" LAYING TILE DRAINS. Careful Attention Muit Be Paid t* the Proper Construction o2 Inlets and Outlet*. No one will question the value of til« for drainage pipes. In laying head end of tile, it is a mistake to dump in a few pieces of broken tile and mud dug: from the slough bed with the idea of packing to- make nearly waterproof. Many have done that in this section and the water, failing to run off, a complaint ia WELL-MADE TILE INLET. made that the tiling does rot pay. I have known men to dig up whole ditches of tile and replace them with larger pnes, when a little work in the right way would have brought things out all right. A correctlj- built tile inlet and outlet are absolutely essen tial for success in drainage. Where soil- is of a mucky nature, the illus tration shows a good plan of filling in around the inlet. This plan, however, is not necessary where soil is mossy. DURABLE TILE OUTLET. About ,»itr or five feet of tile should be c...

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