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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 11 January 1900

iv$7^ .- r^ -1 ^'A*i \JSite ^&&k llflplf^ |r. iClj.TW 1 Sfi'S Si .11? 4 f¥'* '4'F1^ r* i?^«4i.'*^ hfv C}i If'i, "ft *. liy C?2 *1 P- v..-Si r# i*L 4 I*-. *1 Official Proceedings ofWilliston Boeclal School District. Willifttoii. N. D., Jan. 9.1890!.' Board of education met i«. r#g.ujaa »BS^r 4 £.L 5jv •eBHi0n* JW •. Present: Herih,, Bfcl»lifBi, Freeman and Tande.. Absent:- Mr. Woodlhy.. Board'calted to order by the president.. Minutes olHhe last meeting wene rteail and approved. On motion, Mr. Jhiwmon WHS released ffconi colluding tuition from Gliai. Slmfer for the reason that Mr. tthafer intended to make Williaton his. home. having pnribnmd lots in the town with the intention of building on name. Moved by Mr. Baldwin, seconded by Mr. Yaniie, that the turn of $62.50 be allowed MMSHUB.Lease & Richards as a flual settlement for their claim for build ing new school house the difference be tween concrete aiidt boulder stone foot ings used in foundation to school build iiilf. ...

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. — 18 January 1900

The GBAPHIC is entered at the Post Office at ffllliiton. N. D.,MUcond cl«M mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPJtLAND. EDITOB. County Directory. Sheriff—JAI. 8. CoRr.i.u. Cowutjr Auditor—II. V. SMITH. Coanly Treasurer—JOHN IIEFFBKNAN. Clark ml Diatriet Couri—J. C. Fiu». County Jade*—J. W. TMVAX. KagUMr of Deeds— H. E. FIKI.D. OOMMT-DOIKUS flru. FEVT-EFSEDOOLA—K. J. WAUKON. County Snrreyor—K. C. PAivu. Attorney—N. A. 8TKWAKT. POAMX Q* COCJfrr COJ}MlS»HNKKS. *'rSw _____ 1st Diatriet—I. C. STKWART. Diatriet—T. C. GAWKS. Chairman Diatriet—E. O. WESCOTT. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0.0. F. Meet* every Wednesday night. D. F. KINO, N. G. W. H. SMTH. V. G. N. E. PRUDIIOMME, Sec. I. C. STKWAHT, Treaa. Trustees—WM. Sntubb, R. H. COPI LAND, O. BEKQII, Williston. North Dakota. School Board, Special Scbool District of Williston. OLAF Biaoa. President. CRA8. BAUIWIS. J. r. WOOM.IV. WM. FaicaMAM. A.N TANDK. H. H. COPBI.AKD. Clerk. C. A. Vnwnn, Traaa. Directory for Tow...

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. — 18 January 1900

Jrff Ik, f? W' I. II BheSWilliston (graphic &. H. CoFELAND, Publisher. WILLISTON, 7y~ N. DAK IMPOSSIBLE STORY. Willlbert Marmaduke E. Braguppe Said he would put the stovepipe up. Said that a man was a useless expense Not to be thought of by people of sense, Said that the process was simple and quick— Boastingly said it was not any trick. Briefly, he said all the usual things, Lacking the gumption experience brings. But Mrs. W. M. E. Braguppe Said that he'd better give that idea up .. Told him he'd ruin the clothes that he V***' wore, Also the good reputation he bore Said from the ladder he'd probably fall, And then do a mighty poor job after all. She told him all this, and some more, don't you know? Just so she could say that she did tell him so. WUlibert Marmaduke shed his coat, Tied a handkerchief round his throat, Brought the pipe from the basement dark And whistled as gay as a morning lark. Joint slipped in Joint just as slick as grease, And Willibert's soul it was full of p...

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. — 18 January 1900

MITCHEL [G.tpyright. 1898, by J. P. LIpplacoU Co-) /V XV. A FASCINATING GAME. "Gone up," I muttered, and my heart sank within me. I was about to reply to the challenge, when Plunk took the words out of my mouth, and s^ng out, In excellent southern lingo: "Hain't got no time to stop, stran ger got to git through right off. Ben ter the medical officer of the army fo' quinine sick man waitin'." "Corporal of the gyard!" sang out (he voice that had stopped us. We. heard somt one brushing through the weeds that lined the road, and presently saw a figure coming on foot. By this time we noticed that the challenger was mounted, and we knew that the force was composed of cav alry. Who's thar?" from the corporal. Plunk replied that we were two men and a gal, and' repeated what he had said to the picket. "All right come on." I was about to propose that we de cline the honor and go by another road, when the madness of such :i method struck me besides, I had promised to let Plunk do the talking s...

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. — 18 January 1900

it¥&$£$' 44 c* I' W sr OFFICIAL PROCEEDING-S OF TLLK Board of Co. Commissioners WILLIAMS, COUNTY, ». !. VT SI'ECIAI, BBFRSION,. January 1, 1000, 9 o'clock n.. m.. Board met pursuant to lluv. CommissionersT. ('..Gaines,. *'•$ Present: P-k H& Chairman Guinea in the chair. if On motion. hnardi adjourned until 9 m., January 2nd, on account of it be Pifl tag a holiday. M1*3jft. !./•. Jan. 2 nd, o'clock a. in. Board met pursuant to adjournment. Tranent: Full Board. Chairman Gaines in the chair. On million of Commissioner Stewart, seconded liy CKninis.sitiner Gaines, the bond Commissioner Wescott, with Chas. Baldwin and F. H. Van lOvke tif sureties in the sum of $500,. was iKicnp'ed. On motion of Commissioner Gaines, seconded bv I Commissioner Stewart, the minutes of all meetings between Out. 1, I89S), were rend and approved. \j.~' On motion, a Ixillot was taken for "Chairman. T.. C. Gaines received two ballots and C. Stewart one T. C. Gaines was therefore elected-Chairman for the ...

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. — 25 January 1900

5 feSi^rT-. *V j- r. v: -—4, \i rw* *r V'#?, «t****'" -V-tw ^T^-t 1 M* .. "*l VOL. O. no .vewnuclf eiuerifi: W. H. Ssfrn, V. G. N. E. PRUDIIOMMK, Directory VI *r »V *\J%%K -Vi% lis*. I!ii»rcill. "i. r».,»8 !«.-«.! •.)) lU'iiMf PCBMBHtCi) EVERY THCRSPA A'i WILLISTON. N. D. i. H. COPELAND. Etntoa. County Directory. tiwriff—JAS. 8. Comu/. County Auditor—H. SMITH. ouutjr Treasurer—JV. OIN HarrcBiua. Jterk of District Court—J. C. FIELD. County Judge—J- W. T»o«, Register of Deeds— II. Fi*u». Coroner—DOPSI-AS BILL Hint, of Bc«ool»—F. J. WALOBOK. "ounty Sarvejror—E. C. :i:. FAUIM- NATC'I Attorney—N. A. BTKWAET BOABO Of COONT* COKMI88IONBWI. IM DUtriot—I. C. BTEWAUT. •.'•*• id District—T. C. Qi»n. Chalrmwi Id Dlatriet—E. O. WBSCOTT. -ort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0.0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. D. F. KIXG, N. G. Sec. I. C. STBWABT, Treas. Trastees—Wu. SNTJWB, E. H. LAND, O. BEBGII. Williston. North Dakota. for Town of Williston. TKI'STItKS. I.. V. COCI.TIB, President. W. D. PAK8HALU DOUHLAS...

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. — 25 January 1900

'r' ', i! I- P* P' ft U, er I- & 13 ®hf SWilHston 6rajihit B. H. COFBLAND, Publisher. ', WILLISTON] r~ M. DAK THE BOYS ARE THERE. I keep a-readln' the papers, for the mother ip£ she says, says she: "I reckon they'll have some news to-day .'.fjpilj of the fightin' over the sea. ^,iy I wish 'that the war was ended!" That is her daily prayer. s'.-( (She made a flag for the-regiment, and she jSj^j knows that the boys are there!) I 'mind me how that mornin' when we heard the bugles blow V: An' the bright brigades were formin', she told the boys' to go! How they left their farewell kisses on her lips an* silver hair, An* marched away for the flag that day. "fc*'-• she knows that the boys are \iA^y there! For many a message has come to her 'crost the ocean's foamy track: i, "The flag still waves o'er the regiment— we're beatin' the rebels back!" An' "Love an' life to you, mother, 'neath V:, the home skies sweet an' fair." i! Oh, her heart's at sea with her country, for she knows that 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. — 25 January 1900

MITCHEU tCoprdikt, 189I. by J. P. Lipplncott Co.] XVI.—CONTINUED. "How, see liere," I said with a cer tain composure that would occasion ally surprise me by breaking the rapid current of in-pulse within me, "we must lay a plan, it won'tdo to go blind any farther. What do you propose, cor poral?" "You and the young lady git over Wie river, find a nigger's cabin,- and hide till to-morrow night." "That's your plan Miss Beach, what's yours?" "If we can find a boat, we had better go up the river. When they come here they'll probably think we have crossed. A.t any rate, there will be three ways for them to track us—across, down and up the river, and they won't know which we have taken. If we can reach Dought3r's ford, where we crossed when we came, we will have a straight road home." "But we must leave our horses, and we'll need them when we take to land again." "I can walk from the upper ford," said Margaret, "if we can only get there I've walked there and bac!: ."rom home often. It's on...

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. — 25 January 1900

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS Of TUB Board of Co. Commissioners OK WILLIAMS COUNTY, N. D. VKCCLAP. SUSS!OX. (Concluded from last week.) January (i, 1900,1:30 o'clock p. in. J. C. Field, clerk at coroner's inquest, $ 4 00 J. C. Field, clerk at coronor's inquest, 8 00 W. It. (TIU.VHR, witness fees and mileage, 6 50 Mrs. P. Hanson, witness fees mileage, fi 50 C. VViillander (5 50 G. M, Thomfls, keys for court house, 3 00 Blanch Young, one coyote, 1 00 Jno. B. Fngnnnt, eight coyotes, 8 00 Woefer Wagar, one 1 00 D. Bell, sixteen 16 00 A. D«serly, seven, 7 00 .Ion Wilson, one 1 00 Tlios. Freeman, five 5 00 i'1. 1 Znhl, 1 (i coyotes and (i wolves, 34 00 B. S. Lockett, 2(i coyotes and 4 wolves 38 00 E. O. Westcott .1 envote, ... 1 00 I. C. Stewart, wood and com missioner per diem, ... 57 00 AVondlry & McKav oiling floor, 26 00 Wood ley & McKay, lettering doors 25 00 F. J. Smith, ho:irdin Curtis, fi 00 A. Johnson, witness fees, 'J 30 II. II. LaDue, refund poll tax, 1 50 J. W. Truax, prohibiti...

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. — 1 February 1900

1 W S3t'^ A- P:. t.. ,. •V 1 1 1 :y^lt jjfi? ,f & Jit -|-f^^r'!' II rj ii' The GRAPHIC is entered at the Post Othce at Vlllistau. D., as second class mail matter PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. H. COPKLAND. EDITOR. County Directory. /Sheriff—Us. 8. COUTH U.o. County Auditor—II. V. SMITH. County Treasurer—JOHN HEFFBKNAI*. Clerk of District Court—J. C. FIELD. County Judge—J. W. TRUAX. Register of Deeds— H. E. FIKI.D. Coroner—DOUOI-AS BKLL. Snot, of 8c«iools—F. J. WAMIKO*. "onnty teurt'eyor—E. C. PAUIKR. .. Hate's Attorney—N. A. STKWABT. Ut District—I. C. STEWART. Id District—T. C. GAINKS, Chairman •d District—E. O. WESCOTT. cort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0.0. F. MeetB every Wednesday night. D. F. KING, N. G. W. H. SNITII, V. G. N. E. PRUDIIOMMB, Sec. I, C. STEWART, Treas. Trustees—WM. SNYDER, R. H. COP*- 1AND, O. BEBGII. Williston, North Dakota. School Board, Special School-District of Williston. (4LAF BF.BGH. PivKideni CHAS. BAI.KWIS. J. F. WOODI.HY. WM. FKKKMAK, A. N TA...

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. — 1 February 1900

E. I iP' & v:' S^¥ &'* 1/ s& & & IV* i-'" i&:. Jr "".ft.1 I Ss», r" Set* H. Cofclakd, ttlLLISTON, fe SQrr \j i*r PCS ,S j' iV1 si !*$• [f.J, •jf SPf-'i wtf: gn$ it 1 «Ll. (W 4tlr ®L/- Wk H' "Sw 1 ll ff §j- TjL -ft &£*'• IS' *v jpi 5lT' SH $f?S H?* 0 Ii Publisher. N. OAK A SONG OF LOVE'S SERVICE. Whatever life may-hold for me— Whate'er Its wrathful thorns and rods— The peace of all the gentle gods Forevermore, my love with thee! jij V.'i, No stormy night enshrouds our souls: The stars stand steadfast in the sky: For us sweet summers bloom and die— From heart to heart no ocean rolls. The beauty of the rose-sweet spring, With all her rainy sweets, is ours— 'v The red and white of all her flowers. Her silver streams that seaward sing. The chalice of the year can hold No sweets we may not quaff at will Summer in song speaks to us still And Autumn bringeth gifts of gold. And borne by echoing winds along We hear the music of the spheres, And see, through sunshin...

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. — 1 February 1900

i&i 1'J* i) '•i1-' -v .-•- 'jT V"'. •3? sv 4 nfTCHEU {Copyright, iSgg, by J. P. Llppincott Co.] XVII.—CONTINUED, We both sprang to our feet. "Come," I exclaimed, and started across the creek to take the road leading up the hill. "Where are you going?" asked Mar garet. "To the crest of the hill." "We can't go that way: we would Btrike the confederates. We must take to the creek to evade the dogs." Dashing into the stream, walking in shallow water, we had not gone far when the baying of hounds behind us had grown so much nearer that we stopped and looked at each other in dismay. "Leave me," said Margaret, "and—" "Save myself? No, no set your wits to work, Margaret. Find a ruse to thwart them." "There's our chance," she exclaimed. A hundred yards ahead a tree had fallen, its branches lying in the creek, its base resting on its stump some 50 feet from the margin. "You're* right," I cried, delighted /'we'll break, the scent." 1 On coming to the tree, we climbed into its branches 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. — 1 February 1900

®:S Ifll I WAvj fe': #^v' 1$ ,7" & 4 (Kroiu Fargo Forum, Jun. 2'J.) What is to involve the iii'ii of the In the party w«r«- the attorneys who •re to defend' the Chinamen, Attorney Tho®. H. Milchrist, former ItTnited States district, attorney for tlfe northern district of Illinois ivnd Attorney Elmer Dewitt Brothers, partner of Lwther Laflin Mills, of Chicago. The case is one of vast importance •nd the attorneys for the defense s£ty that it will provide a scandal which will •pen the eyes ol the American people. The de tense is moving with great care en account, they siw, of the many gov ernment spies on the case. It i» not expected that, more than the iking of some preliminary motions in these cases will be done to-day. Attor ney Milchnist, for the defense, said this morning!that the work of the trial prop er would'begin IOMIOITOVV The truth is at last out, and some of tie families residing near know it to- their .cost. The post cfiice in ques tion had to be closed Because it had...

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. — 8 February 1900

3' If 11 W a II' ^11 I (•T I 4""-. I''*"' 1 (?*'. 1- II ii« •fe-r (iEAPHir i" enters a' illislon. N. D..&&s*i'<ad •!.: rort I Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0.0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. D. F. Kikg, N. G. W. H. Sxrrii, V. G. N. E. PBUDHOMM*, Sec. I, C. STBWABT, Treaa. Trustees—Wm. Sntmkr, R. H. Cor* LAKD, O. BBBQII. Williston. North Dakota. School Board, Special School District oi Williston. ©LAF BSRGH. President CHAS. BAI.DWI*. F. WROODL.FCV. WM. FREEMAN, A. N TAHUE. "w_y STATE'S ATTORNEY. WILLIAMS TO OoUci'tUm- fr-./n: H.^.H A jilistoti. N 1* !.()(' PvHi AtUMvi t!i« eii4«rtninnientii given by the Mi not Minstrel* Fridiy nni Smur day •veilings, Kf»erve«J tirketp for the M. E. Choir concert tliih eveniu^, are on sale at he poHtoflice. Robert StroU'l was rlo-vn from BufortJ Tuesday. Bob B:»'r lie'll be in it nt th« Sidney masque ball. Mr. Charley ami Rhode Heranton left for St. Paul, and their home a few miles from this city last Saturday evening. Mrs Kate Baum of Eden Vall...

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. — 8 February 1900

at u- w. \w' 1'* I ikeSftilliston Srapbit ft. H. COPBLAHD, Publisher. WILLISTON, N. OAK THE LORD WILL PROVIDE. 'Twas a neat little cottage, as neat as could be, With vine-covered porches, and yard good to see. A woman was joyously singing at work, For she did not know that a woman could shirk: And she said, as she turned the worn cloth the wrong side: "In some way or other the Lord will pro vide." "There's Johnny, and Tommy, and Mamie, Ah me! With Jessie, and George, and the twins just turned three. Some think there'B too many, but I don't •ee that," And she gave the worn garment a soft little pat. "We've always enough, though I do turn and make, 80 many worn garments, all just for their sake. But we never have lacked, not since I was a bride, For in some way or other the Lord will provide." 80 she fussed, and she worked, and she cut over clothes. She mended, and darned, and made over hose, Yet she always was cheerful, and a right merry song Often parted her lips, tho' her day's wor...

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. — 8 February 1900

Cf)RFESS3tG«aS nfiCHtU (Copyright. *%•. by J- P. UndKgit Co.j XIX.—COSTUTCKI. Harold Beach had been induced by a confederate officer much older than himself to go with him in disguise into the union lines at Knoxville for the purpose of making a drawing of the defenses. Having completed the work, the officer shifted the plan from him self to Harold, both succeeded separ ately in leaving Knoxville, and Harold, resuming his uniform, was making his way southward when he was taken ill. Being near home, he sought refuge with his mother and sisters, reaching the plantation but a few minutes before us the day we first"met Margaret. The first knowledge she had of his presence was seeing his face at the window. Hearing a searching party coming up the stairs, Harold escaped through the trap, climbed down a brick chim ney, and, dodging between rooms be low, easily avoided searchers who had not his intimate knowledge of the house. -That night Margaret per suaded Harold to permit her to burn the...

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. — 8 February 1900

fc'*Vy B1 Pi It' t. t- y. p, £t K-i Iw PROCEEDINGS 4M Go. Commissioners "''HBQULAR SB89I0X. ft'o'clock, a. m., Jan. 27,19001 lfoard met'pursuant to adjournment. Present: Full board. Chairman Gaines in the chair. On motion of Commissioner Stewart, seconded by Commissioner Guinea, the resisriitibn'of Kd. Jack's, as fire warden of Dist.. Not 4, was accepted. On motion of Commissioner Gaines, seconded by Commissioner Stewart, the school petition presented by D. Kerr end others, asklag for a school district, was rejected, on account of the described xerrH»ry not being feasible, and in the jsdgmeiit of the board not to the best interest of all concerned. On motion of Commissioner Stewart, seconded by Commissioner Westcott, YtT. J. Doyle was appointed fire warden of Dist. No. 4. On motion, board adjourned until 1:30 p. m. r.HO'p. m. Board met pursnant to adjournment. Present: Full board. Chairman Gaines in the chair. On motion of Commissioner .Gaines, seconded by Commissioner YVesteott,. t...

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. — 15 February 1900

E«:ipi®i -%v wi.% '•^1/ & 1 IS 1 I V-i: •., ff:S g&wa*.- :v?t 3^r VOL. 5. NO. 33- is at the Post Office at N. D..M PCBUSHKD EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. B. OOPCLAMD. EDITOR. County Directory. jkailff—JAS. B. cotriLUt. Cointj Audi tar—H. V. £MITH. Otwl Traaanrar—Jo»w HEFFBRNAK. Utark of Diatrict Court—J. C. ItKLD. Oaaaty Jadfe-J. W. T*UAX. •agister of Dead*—H. K. FULD, OMIH-Dooaui BILL. )Mt. Of Scaoola—V. J. WAM»08. ONBTTLNF «R-K C. PALJPBB. date's Attorney—N- A. STKWAKT. SOABD or COUNTY COITMISSIONKRH. Ut Diatrict—I. C. SrawAar. 0fclrr«P^T:"e. OAik«B, Chairman District—*. O. WEscort. f*t Boferd Udge Ho. 18,1.0.0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. D. F. KINO, N. G. W. H. SNITII, V. G. H. E. PBUDHOMME, Sec. I, C. SWWABT,Treas. Trustee®—WN. SMYWM, R. H, COPE IX»D, O. BBBOH, Williston, North Dakota. School Board, Special Sciiool Diatrict of Williaton. GLAF BBKOH. President CHAS. BALDWIN. J. r. WOODLKY. WM. FBBMIIAM. A. N TAHDK. R. H. COPBIAKD. Clerk. C. A. WTTIJIKIBK. Tre...

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 February 1900

R. H. Conun, Pu'ulivlwr. WILLI8TOpT^ Lfiy 1 7*^1 H. DAK. DAYBREAK ON THE FARM. There are songs for those who listen Just at daybreak, on a farm, While the dewdrops glow and glisten And the dawn-clouds add their charm. Gentle lowirgs from the stable. While the patient cattle wait For the filling of their table Plaintive bleatings from the gate. Where the sheep have flocked together Merry cackling from the pens, Where In spite of wind or weather Music fills the throats of hens. There are neighings low and tender. There are whinnies of delight. And the pigs their tribute render For another peaceful night. There are songs for those who love them, Potent both to cheer and charm All about, below, above them, Just at daybreak on the farm. —Lalia Mitchell, In Farm Journal. Innocence at the Play. Kennett F. Harris. jg THEYWhen were Black hills men, and had as a matter of course "taken in the bhow." a Black hills man by any chance finds himself in a town of con sequence he invariably inquires...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 15 February 1900

'V, f^'V ~T j? tr -, ywsft pW$ Does your head ache? Pain back of youreyes? Bad taste in your mouth? It's your liver! Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure constipation, headache, dyspepsia, and all liver complaints. 25c. All druggists. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful crown or rich black Then use BUCKINGHAM'S DYE Cft.Stt™ so CT*. or B«U—im. on D. p. h»ll a Co. N«»mn. m, The Old Maa'i ^aery, "So you want to marry my daughter?" "Doeyoursmoke?" N-0, sir." "?aiVtu *,'ve yarned off six daughters, and all the husbands have a particular fond ness for my brand of cigars. You're a nov elty. —Syracuse Herald. There is more Catarrh in this section ot the country than all other diseases put to gether, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by con stantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dise...

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