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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 15 May 1896

•1 f. |IIL# 'T F»L V~ T, f«"" ^''^tV M^.1 T1 'At VOL. I- NO. 45. ••Araieit *. a. eorxLAMD. entered at the Post Office at •ffllilrl"" D.,as second class mail matter. VOBLIIHKD EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. Bchooli—MRI. Williiton. North Dakota. '*i EDITOR. County Directory. |fc»riff-H»*MAH ROEHR. Oeantr Auditor—JOHN BXUKS«KB. gtlntT TriMurer—F. R. ZAHL. 0|Wk o( Dlitrlet Court—FRANK Oesntj Judge—II. WILD. LIOKHABDT. rttfDeede—H. B. Oeroner—B. FIELD. V. B. ACK**MAN. M. A. BEKOK. ttaantf Surreyot—B. C. PALMER. Adrlier—N. A. STEWART. or COUNTT COMMISSIONERS. J&^liirxnirtrlet—THOICA* BPKOEW. tA OUtrlct—B. L. MOOBE. DUtrlot—H. A. NELSON, JOHN R. HINTON. T. R. ZiHL. *«tilat meetings held first Titcsday of each faeath. Beliglous. ierVlceB are held every Sundav in the Congregational Church, as follows: Public Worship, 10:30 a.m., and 8 p. to. Christian Endeavor Society, 7 p. m. Sunday School, 3 p.m. Com*. We shall do our best to help yon Bientallv, morally and spiritually. Riv. GEO. EXT...

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 May 1896

»«*&* ""'tl-MClS tm, i'-'j lr. mfc 9mm i:! iasMsttE fj|.* •fl B. H. CorxLAKD, Publisher. WILLI8TON, N. OAK. A CHANGE OF HEART. BT SARAH OBMK JEWETT. Sally Martin sat by her favorite kitchen window sewing a little ami looking off over the sunny spring fields. All winter through the bare trees she could see the next house farther down the hill, but now the" budding orchard had suddenly made a°thick screen. After many defeated glances ncighborwarJ •he was too conscious of being cut oft from companionship and social pleas ures,, and folded up the blue gingham apron which she had been hemming, and took her shawl from the nail be hind the door. There was a%xk of anticipation on her face she had evi dently found herself dull company for once. She brought a deep wicker bas ket, brown with age, from a closet, and going down cellar filled it with russet apples, and then locked the door after •her and went her way. The grass was green by the roadside and she walked in the footpath at its e...

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 May 1896

i'A ,/ f' jr '•',"4" ?ARM AND GARDEN. SHADED HIGHWAYS.: I »«rt progressive Cltlsen Should |W jsncourosre Tree PluntlnK. Iif all the road supervisors of tha I1, were wheelmen, more attention Enid be paid to the planting of trees ELr the public highways. iThe pleasure of a summer day ride lireatlv heightened if the road leads •here the friendly shade of trees may II across it. IThe cool fragrance of the woods is Iflde enjoyable because of the contract Cween its beautiful archways, and ,unny'BtTetShCk bfeytincl. But were I. the rqads through woodlands, th. I 'undings would become monoto CQS but not so painfully so as where A FAVORITE SUMMER ROAD. lie way is wholly in the glare of the lun. The ideal road is that one whereon |un and shadow happily blend and in termingle. Such highways can be pio lided if sufficient attention is given to (he planting aad care of trees. Wheel lieu should use their influence to en ourage tree planting.—L. A. W. Bul letin. TREATMENT OF GARGET. ^ok« Boot and ...

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 May 1896

H5, 'fjt-.K"--"*••" Lord fe^UBNINq THE TABLES. |ht |iafortUte Lawyer u4 Hl» Client, th« Nurse. The extent to which lawyers can ex* prcise their imagination1when pleading in behalf of their clients is almost be yond belief but sometimes the tables pre turned in a very unexpected fash ion. On one occasion, says the Florida Times-Union, Mr. Swan was engaged in presenting the case of a woman who petitioned the court to grant her a judicial separation from her husband, a workingman, and urged that as she was in extreme poverty she was en titled to alimony according to her hus band's means. With a voice broken in its pathos the lawyer dilated on the imperative neces sity of the case, 'declaring that his Client was utterly destitute, not having a mattress to lie upon, and not possess ing the means to purchase a crust of bread. When the evidence had been heard the judge, who well knew the counsel's unlimited powers of exaggeration, $urned to the appellant and addressed to her a few question...

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 May 1896

V:4 $ V/t i1 •. riwv .,,. ... **.. 5 1 ,» *5 VOL. 1. NO. 46. vha CKAPnie is entered at the Post Office at -'•'-5,'NI'D.. as second class mail niatter. rDBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D, j_ H. COPILAND. EDITOR. County Directory. Mierlir-HBBMAJj'TKOBHB. Wn'ty Auditor—JOHN BRUEGGKR. #«nty Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL. Clferk of pistrict Court—FRANK'WILD. aunty Judg»-E. LEONHARDY. l#glste rof Deeds—II. E. FIELD. joroner—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. {last, of Schools—MRS. M. A. BEROH. bounty Surveyor—E. C,. PALMER, gal Adrlsej-N. A. STEWABT. BOA IT OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS. 2d Dlstriqf—E. L. MOORJS. 8d District—H. A. "NETFLOW, Chftirmfttj. |)irecto^ for Town cf ^illistpw. TRUSTEES. (IRAS. B. GIBBS, President. JTPHN R. HINTON. F. R. ZAHL. Ragular x^cetings helcj first Tuesday of each Jaonth. FBANX WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special Schpol District of Williston. E. I.FONHARDV, Presjdept. 3EO. \y. NEWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY. JpHIjr HEPFEliNAN, pouoL/is BELL. U. M. CREATH, V" ...

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 May 1896

#.! I '*V, a *?, •JSW ®b* SH'iHiston ^raphw R. H. COPELAND, Publisher. *ILLISTON, N. DAK. THE OLD KITCHEN FIRE. *Mld sweet recollections I sit In Its blase. As I sat Ions ago in youth's mystical days. And out of the past that it hallowed yet Come faces and voices I cannot forgfct: We were children, 'tis true, but the heart keeps Its hold* On youth which it treasures as Jewels and sold. And I feel In my soul with Its lofty desire The warmth and the clow of the old kitch en firs. How often we laughed at the winds in their might, As the meadow reposed 'neath their gar ments of white: The crackling of nuts made the merriest din. It was winter without. It was summer within. Bat silence would come at the-beck of the cook Who told us the stories of banshee and spook. Till the flames flickered low like they wished to expire, And we crept oft to bed from the old kitchen Are. cherished the pictures times cannot ef f&CG The old-fashioned kitchen in memory I trace, And the boys and the girl...

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 May 1896

I I I I I I .t„-' V, A THE FARMING WORLD. ., 'CI^IEAP FOOD MATERIAL. Grea 1« Always In Order on the Average Stock Farm. waste of food is the rule on the average stock farm. Tiiis i« espe­ cially true on the general farm, where I but a moderate number of domestic animals is the rule. The waste is not the quantity but, in the quality of the food given the live stock. Corn and nats are often fed freely to the brood mares and older horses when not at ivorlc, and when they are in high flesh. Xhe same practice is found in feeding drv sows, ewes, BOWS, etc., when they are loaded with flesh and fat. Discrim ination is not made in feeding- fot growth and for the proper mainte nance of good condition. The food of support is too largely augmented in I nianv cases. It'is not safe to overfeed the breed ing stock. There is always clanger in the elTort to food of going- to the other ex treme. This may be avoided by the substitution of the eheaper grades of food. The ensilage furnishes a cheaper qu...

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. — 22 May 1896

(t tffi 4* -S-A 1» I I- 4 It t. w- 1 fv 4 *5P J- I m- If fc, ft se 0 ,? The Smithsonian Institution is pre paring a miniature model of tho Tower pf Babel for the exposition of Atlanta. 11. will be in all respects, so far as pos sible, a faitlrfnl reproduction of the •famous original. The latter was the frcatcst of the many magnificent tem ples of 13ab3'lcn, being one hundred and iorty feet "high. That does not seem much compared with the Washington monument, but people in those days were not accustomed to tall structures, and the ancient capital of Assyria was situated in the midst of a yast plain, where there were no natural elevations to serve for comparison. The model in question, says the Washington Star, will be five feet eight inches square on the iirst story. When it is stated that •the first story of the actual Tower of I label was seventy-two feet square, a •notion will be given of the proportion, •The original building was constructed in diminishing stories, each one being...

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 May 1896

4 •*.', i1'"«.•.*:•r::\r: .. '-'.'r'r V-&. •RV,N GRAPHIC 1B entered at the Post Office at UUa5n^'D..«8 second class mail matter. /POBUSHSP EVERT FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. 2, COPELAND W. R. MCCIIESKEY, JOHN 1$EFFERNAN, POUQ^AS BELL, EDITOR. County Directory. EIIERIFF-HEBMAN ROEHR, Cotinty Auditor-JOHN BRUEGOEB. nty Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL. riork of District Court—FKANK WILD. ronnty Judge—E. LKONHARDY. V"iste rof Deeds-H. E. FIELD. kironer—E. V. B, ACKKRMAN. LCDt. FTF Schools—MBS,^. A. BERGH, ^otmtr8w**Sro,rr®i'^s,^*MI,B:' legal Adviser—N. A. STEWART BOARD OF COUHTV COMMISSIONERS. lat District—THOMAS BURGESS. 2d District—E. L. MOORE. 3d District—H. A. NELSON, Chairman. £irectgry for,' Town of Williston. ^BL'STEES. CHA9. GIBBS, President. JOHN R. HINTQN. F. R. ZAHL. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each •^ONTIII FRANK VVILD, Cievk. jchool Board, Special School District of Williston. E. LKONHARDY, President. SKo. ^y. NEWTON. FKANK WILD. Clerk anil Treatj. fort Buford Lodge No. 1...

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 May 1896

•V' k' r, v/- Tfyf I'jfT1 1". »V ,54* ^1.. lbemU$ton6r^Iii( R. H. Copzlaxd, Publisher. WlLLISTON, T~~ N. DAK. APPLES OF SODOM. BY EMILY D. M* BRIDE. She stood at the end of a short maple Rhuded avenue, this little Shaker maide^ her lithe form silhouetted against the glowing western sky. On the steps of the offiee building Sister Hannah, the eldress, sat with lier knitting. Her white hair, combed straight and smooth back from the part, shatved in a beautiful silver line in front of the close-fitting cap, lighting her face like the dainty frame to some juaint medallion. Her thoughts were more busy with the little, maid than with her work. The mellow, vibrant notes of Elizabeth's fresh young voice, as she had heard it in the meeting house only an hour before, still lin gered in her mind. The stocking" grew, row after tow gliding from under the swift fingers. When the heel, with its neat gore, was finished, Hannah let her work fall to her lap and sat for a moment looking anxiously at th...

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 May 1896

THE FARMING WORLD. ABOUT FEEDING CALVES. portsnt Points Which Are Overlooked by Many Dairymen. "Certainly no ouo will deny that fl0 of farmers are it ««.r to fatten a uairy heifer," says a S? i» C"»nf* SPOTTED CO WD AXE. is 0e"fle,T'vlieIs wrong to starve tlM»m? jority it ma- not willing* to rerfecd their calves, because it is ex "sive but if they see an article say r\, goives must be kept thin, and fed !,n coarse fodder to develop the diges­ tive organs, surely they will have an "use for raising thin, weak calves and iows having impaired constitutions, no not think it is to be understood that a highly concentrated ration, strong in fat, is recommended, us the short ration. as that is as wrong It would seem, if the young calf is required to consume large quantities of coarse food to get the necessary quantity of nutriment, some of the organs will be overtaxed und others will be undeveloped. Ite- earding a calf having a large stomach, OK-"what is vulgarly termed a 'pot belly/ it will...

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 May 1896

4r 51 .• II w- :'.i .v ii?! 3l?r1:::.-.. B' i' 1 I »"-1)f I W:'ffif.'': p- f!®p: If- -f/'1' I S(,i W A &£ I 4 RUINED CAPITAL. of oafasbft. pity of I jlteft p*y r-~ CSM» W»w ^-r-^«MSvS: »K Hnr a Cotton & ,* Oooe Chief it vm It w«s father By». the southern Sinsfinta wm •$-&%*' et, who said: "A land without is land without memories." If inch be the truth, Alabama is not with out memories. A visit to the planta tion of Capt. Cliff Kirkpatrick, situated about twelve miles from Selma, in Dal las county, beside the rippling waters of the Alabama river, where the once' city of Cahaba, for many years the cap" ital of the state, and the seat of culture ind learning, stood, will convince one of this fact. What was once the streets and boulevards 61 the" gay city are now froad fields. Vhere stately stalks of ^orn and spreading plants'" of growing luxuriance,4ouri8hed bjy the fertile soil upon which famous ni£n in Alabama's history t$Lf a ceptury ?go gathered tp solve grave problems ...

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 June 1896

|ol. 1- NO. ia 8 -.i»Hiei« entered at the Post Office at Th«***J°D ag fllli»ton. second classman matter. -PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT "WILLISTON. N. i. B. COPELAND. D. —•. UW AUDITOR^ BE^. bounty Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL HARK of District Court—FRANK WILD. SNOTYJUDGE^B. LEONHARDY. tgeiste rof Deeda-H. E. FIELD. Vroner-E. V. B, ACKERMAN. W of Schools—MKB. M. A. BERGU. LnntySurveyor—^! F. R. ZAHL. 1 EDITOR. County Directory. sheriff-HKBMAW RO®HE. C. PALMER. Lg^Advi«er-N. a: STEWART. BOARD Of COUNT* COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESB. 2d District—E. L.'MOORE. 3D District—H. A. NELSON, Chairman. Directory for Town of Willistou. TRUSTEES. QHAS. B. GIBBS President, ^6HN R. HINTQN. Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each ipontli. FRANK WILD, Clerk. School Board, Special School District of Williston. p. LEONHARDY, President. 3KO. W. NEWTON. \V. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFFERNAN, DOUGLAS BELL, FKF NK WitD, Clerjc and Treas. jfort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0. 0. F. Meet? every Wednesday night. 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. — 5 June 1896

I $ K, Z#b$p- mw ~u\f I !fe' 1 Ifilll: «i- *•. ,:- iSa-:, '$k s& ili *W fr .$ *vSf •«5fC I $ A *J ',Vi7'N -H R. H. Copeland, Publisher. I T~~ N. DAK. WLLISTON, A QUEER LIBEL CASE. "Now let as go one step at a time," •aid the solicitor. "You want to pro ceed against Mr. Svendeleri for libel, I understand?" "Yes, I do, and I'm sure I shall get heavy damages," answered Mr. Hedge hog. "His libels are of the grossest—" "Just wait now," put in the solicitor. These," and he held tip a number of post cards and letters, "are the libels you complain of?" "Yes, they axe, and I think nobody will deny—" "Never mind, now. Just, answer my questions as shortly as you can. Are there any others?" "Not as far as I know." "I see they are all addressed to you. Well, those sent to yon in closed en velope® are not libels at all, so we needn't trouble about them." How's that?" asked Mr. Hedgehog. "You see, there is no publication—no body saw them but yourself or those to whom you showed them. With the ...

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 June 1896

W'len dlY rt|tn U1e rH'al 1 4 11 'S "P! H"W{ 'f [armand garden. THE SCOTCH GRAYS, rofitabl* Poultry Bread Which De BCfVOtf 8omo Attention. this once famous Scotch breed of lltry i» affoin attracting attention 1 d. jn America it ia as yet un Iwn' but if the efforts of its admirers fsuccessful we shall soon see it in our 1st. Fr this reason the following cription of the breed will be of inter- fhe Scotch Gray is supposed to have. Llted from the union of the common fnvard fowl of Scotland with ilic Loo Dorking. For a long time the Ling type prevailed in the offspring, it is now going out of 'favor. The ijdard of points adopted for the mod- Scotch Gray cock is as follows: [mage, cuckoo feathered ground col (of body, thigh and wing feathers tuld be bluish white, while that of the [kle, saddle and tail feathers may SCOTCH GISAT COCK. ry from bluish gray to light gray, te color of the barring must be glossy nek, with a metallic lustre. The bar og- on the body, thigh and wing feath should b...

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 June 1896

|'i|f!U?: S ?(•». ,v 4 1 pvery Year the Father of Waters Carries Down a Square Mil* of Land. The Mississippi has in the course of igei transported from the mountains and high land within its drainage area sufficient material to make 400,000 square miles of new land by filling up an eatuary which extended from its original outfall to the Gulf of Mexico for a length of 500 miles, and in width from 30 to 40 miles. This river, says Longman's Magazine, is still pouring •olid matter into the gulf, where* it is spread out in a fan-like shape over a coast line of 150 miles, and is filling up at the rate of 362,000,000 tons a year, or six times as much soil as was removed in the construction of the Manchester ship canal, and sufficient to make a square mile of new land, allowing for it having to fill up the gulf to a depth of. „80 yards. some idea of the vastness of this operation may be conceived when the fact is considered that some of this soil has to be. transported more than 3,000 miles...

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 June 1896

A ''t if' JifOL. 1 NO. 19. r^APHic is entered at the Post Office at ir ton N/C-. as second class mall matter. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT "WILLISTON. N. D. 2. B. COPELAND. EDITOR. County Directory. Sheriff-IIKRMAN IDL^HR. rauriti" Auditor—JOHN BKUEGGKK. coanty Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL. TIGRK of District Court—FRANK WILD. Lnnty Judge—E. L£ONHAB»Y. jtegiste rof Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Coroner—E. V. B. ACKKRMAN W of Schools—MRS. M. A. BEKGH. bounty Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. sr—N. A. STEWART. BOA^P OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—THOMAS BORGESS. 2d Distiict—B. L. MOORE. 3d Disfr}ct-H. A. NELSON, Chairman. Directory for Town of Williston. TRUSTEES. fv- CHAS. B. GIBBS, President. JQHN R.'HLNTQN. jp.' R. ZAHL.' Reeul&r meetings held first Tuesday 1 Wijligtqn, North Dakota. of i"hool Board, Spepial School District of Williston. E. LHONHARDY, President. 3EO. W. NEWTOP. \V. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFPERNAN, DOUGLAS BELL. FRANK WILD, Clerk find Treap. jport Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0. 0. F. Meets every W...

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 June 1896

'V J) R. H. V\ i. J£ •1- 'M •A lii la VJ m*l tr' COFBLAKD, Publisher. WILLISTON] N. DAK. LINE UP IN FRONT. When all seems lost and fate unkind Throws shadows deep around, Bo brave and cast all grief behind, Be strong and stand your ground !Line up in front without a fear— Brace up and face the blast Let others weaken In the rear- Be first, and not the last. Thy trouble, loss, or greatest grief May in your darkest day Pill bJaok despair with no relief, Find in the gloom no ray But suup.gie on, be brave and strong. And to the front look forth This world if not completely wrong. Press on and test thy worth. When trumpet calls, line up In front. The struggle is for life Where danger'lies, let nothing daunt Your courage'In the strife, Brave souls meet fate with smiling face Be proud to die for right. To fall in front is no disgrace. Care you how goes the fight. -J. G. Davis, in Chicago Inter Ocean. LITTLE VASQUEZ' NERVE. She Last Hours of a Dreaded Mexican Outlaw. The subject of the rece...

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 June 1896

^CONCILIATION. thai had prevailed during the li0S of the morning disappeared J,0"r pi„ht PS rays of the sun as it I the mountains. We had a I nf the Juniata from the point FlC,W ins where it surged around S crowned with a clump of trees, until it was lost again t? in the dark, green ridges a pP our feet rushed the I river,* which the heavy rains r/ielu^d the country during Pi previous had transformed InMceful little stream into an flood so that it stretched out Jl aU despoiled many a rich laborer's home. ow it woe its booty on its broad, turbu Lm to the valleys below, there it it aside. On the day before a th frightened fowl perched Iron its peaked roof, had floated I. :ot where Sam Soper and I Istaadingr several small frame I corn cribs and other rickety Jhuildings bad gone bobbing mer Lon the swift current great I unrooted by the greedy waters, bows and household furni lad we seen. To-day the flood was L. its strength was gone the •bad ceased, and for the first time L'auy days Ave...

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 June 1896

A Wonderful Ci*®tur«/!' The polype is the most Sure of remarkable creature on earth. II cut transverse Jy or longitudinally into several parts each will become a perfect animal. Trembly turned them inside out and they ate and enjoyed themselreB as much as ever. He slit two longitudi nally, placed the halves together and united them into two animals he di vided two transversely and created one with two heads he pushed one down the throat of another, a third down the throat of the second and thus formed a creature with three heads. CKtnUn't Get Him. •Teller tried ter git me terday." grin ned the old man. "How?" "Wanted me to tign er note—but, Liordy, how I did fool him." "JIow of "I writ my nam® on the back uv it, •tid er signin' it, an' blame me, the idot ain't foun' it out yit'" Papa. "Well, Charlie, what would you like to be when you get to be man?" Charlie. "A policeman." Papa. "Why do you want to be a po» lice man Charlie. "1 want to arrest Johnny White some day for stealing my n...

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