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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 8 August 1901

SJJ^ kS^' & /j" I A* A WILLISTON. k* IM iM:. Livery, Ir^ & REFERENCES: National Live Stock Bank, Chicago. Bank of Weare & Allison, Sioux City. First National Bank, Woodbine, la. Farmers Bank, Castatia, la. Firat:National Bank, Dayton, la. Farmers State Bank, Charter Oak, la. Bank of Braymer, Braymer, Mo. Moorhead State Bank. Mooihead, la. All Commercial Agencies. 7*V. G. Goleman atones and. Olock.s repaired. FINE RAILROAD WATCHES A SPECIALTY. Old Silver and Gold bought at Market Rates. WILLISTON Livery and Feed Stable. PURE MISSOURI RIVER ICE DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. V.C .Tones. E, E.iTonei BAKOUKSAND LAITDS Solicitor* N• Xt. B. Lands. Acoldcnt Xjlfto iMUisnoe. Stock Commission tUFORD. N. Dr. Brown's Blood Berries. FOR MEN AND WOMEN, Young and Old. AN UNFAILTNO BLOOD BUILDER AND NERVE TONIC. IKTE E. A. SHARP, Prop. NORTH DAKOTA, E. E. JOITCS Deputy State Veterinary Surgeon and Stock Inspector State of Montuna, JONES BROS. Live a...

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 August 1901

The QKA.FHIC •4* if"-. 3* is entered at the Post Office (Nlliiton. N. D..a8 second class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. R. H. COPELAND, WILLARD B. OVERSON. Sheriff—JAKES HEFFKBHAN. Connty Auditor—E. M. ATTKRBEBRV. County Treasurer—WILLIAM SNYDER. Clerk of District Court—Louis SCHIERBEOK. County JMJGE—J. w. TBUAX. Register of DEEDB—H. E. FIELD. Coroner—IG. 91. THOMAS. finot. of Schools—F. J. WALDRON. County Surveyor—J. C. Ft State's Attorney—WILLARDEI.D.OVEKSON. •••*.* •a::: EDITORS. -County Directory. !&:•* a •,'.V Ml* B. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS8IONKPS. 1st District—I. C. STEWART. 3d District—GEO. F. ROWELL, JR. Sd District— E. O. WESCOTT. Chairman Directory for Town of Williston. •C. BALDWIN, J. H. BELYEAPresident. Trustee, E. A. SHARP, Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BUTLER. Treasurer—W. H. DENNY. Assessor—S. J. MACKERSIK. Justice of the Peace—E. LEONHARDY Marshal-,JO«.N FAGAN. •chool Board, Special School District of Williston. EMIL President. HEONHARDY, COHN B...

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 August 1901

I's fc 1 to- |V* I''. I*1', 1 :.• S. •t »». 4 0 $ Br Cop*land 4 Ovebsok.. WILLISTO.N., 7 N. DAK. FINERY AND FUSS. :f '. I •The women folks are flxln' for a eJ5In', an'the fuss The house is In here lately's only equaled by the muss Of bastln' thread a-lytn* on the floor an silken scraps A-eUppln' to the carpet off the sewln' wom en's laps. The finery they're flxln' for our daughters weddln'.day, •W An' her wararobe, called a trousseau, »jUl be simply grand they say There wa'n't nq women flyin' round as crazy as a loon When, married Mamie's mother in the golden month o' June! I cannot help a-thlnkln', .when these ruf fled -things I see The women folks a-makin', which they say's a lingerie, All pieced up with embroidery an' tucked around with lace, In her mother's clothes assortment them things never-had a place. Of course, I like t' see 'em, an' It's satisfy- In', too, T' think our girl can have all such, like folks that*s well-to-do, But with tpuch less we entered on a happy life's f...

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 August 1901

WIDE-AWAKE FARM BOT. Evidently This Ymacitei la Deter •aimed to .Make Agriculture a Profitable Occnpatloa. This article is for the boys those live, up-to-date lads that like the farm and its stock. The boy that it is about lives in Portage county, and I know that you will be interested in hearing about him. Last fall the writer attended the Chagrin Falls -fair, and on the road from that fair we passed a boy driving a pair of calves hitched to a wagon. He was •itting on the spring seat, whip in band, as dignified as any grown man. The calves were well broken, and they responded perfectly to a word and a «light tap of the whip which he carried in his hand. We noticed that he never beat them or yelled at them, as some grown persons do when they drive oxen. We thought: "Now, here ia a nice •picture," so it was arranged that Harry Stebbins (foi'this is the boy's name) should bring his calves and wagon over to Mr. John Gould's the next day and have their photograph taken. The next forenoo...

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 August 1901

JPPPV' 1?? i®®®8'':: '•••. ".' A [»,$ .:«'A: REFERENCES: National Live Stock Bank, Chicago. Bank of Weare 4c AlliBon, Sioux City. Firat National Bank, Woodbine, la. Farmers Bank, Caatana, la. Firat National Bank, Dayton, la. Farmers State Bank, Charter Oak, la. Bank of Braymer, Braymer, Mo. Mnorhead State Bank, Moot head, la. All Commercial Agencies, PURE MISSOURI RIVER ICE y—-T "T* 1 "TT^ For sale M-**. K{? $ DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. AM. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. A.cold«nt 3s liifo Inrarance. FOR MEN AND WOMEN, Young and Old. AN UNFAILING BLOOD BUILDER AND NEBVE TONIC. a11 'k^$ mmmu&m M. G. Goleman Dealer in Clocks, watches. jewelry. Diamonds. Rings & Silverware. Watobes and Olools-s repaired. FINE RAILROAD WATCHES A SPECIALTY. Old Silver and Gold bought at Market Rates. WILLI STON Livery andFeed Stable. E. A. SHARP, Prop. WILL1STON. NORTH DAKOTA. W.c .Tones. E, E.Jonea BAHOUKSAITD IiAWDS Solicitor* V. P. B. B, Land*. Live Stock Commission Diseases arising from...

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 August 1901

K¥k !\V$ 4 4 -V The ,:-s GRAPHIC Willis ton, '4H ia entered at the Post Office i* N. D.,M second clus null matter. PCBLI8HED SVBRT THVBSDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. S. H. COPELANBT Great Northern Hallway Time Table. WEST BOUN», Arrives No. 8,'Mail 2:20 a.m. No. 7, Mixed 8:00 p. m. EAST BOUND. Arrives No. 4. Mail 6:18 p. m. No. 8 Mixed 4:30 a! W. T. ass I EDUOKS. WILLABD B. OVERSOW, County Directory. Bheriff—JAMES HCFFRRNAN. Cbunty Auditor—E. M. ATTKKBERXY. County Treasurer—WILLIAM SNYOKR. Clerk of District Court—Louis County Judge—J. W. Register of Deeds—H. SCHIERIECK. TBUAX, SI E. FIILD. Coroner—G. M. THOMAS. Bupt. of Schools—F. J. WALDBON. County Surveyor—J. C. FIELD. State's Attorney—WILLARD B. OVBBSON. BOABD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1M District—I. C. STEWART. 2d District—GEO. F. Sd District—E. O. WKSCOTT. Chairman. Directory for Town of Williston. C. BALDWIN, J.H. BELYEA,Trustee, E. A. SHARP, im Wi ROWILL, JR. IM •V.: President. Trustee. Clerk—A. L. BUTLER. Treasurer—W. H. DBNNT. Ass...

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 August 1901

it? wtt ir-Ske WiUiston £*apliu Br COPELAXD & OvKRSOJC. 7' N. WILLISTON. DAK. THE HEART OF THE WOODS. hear It beat In morning still When April skies have lost their IT •i it fcv gloom. And through the woods there runs a thrill That wakes Arbutus into bloom. hear It throb in sprouting May— A muffled murmur on the breeze, Like mellow thunder leagues away, A booming voice of distant seas. In daisied June I catch its roll. Pulsing- through the leafy shade I And fain I am to reach its goal. And see the drummer unafraid, Or when the autumn leaves are shed. And frosts attend the fading year, v, „Xlke secret mine sprung by my tread ?v'®V A covey bursts from hiding near. !i feel Its pulse 'mid winter snows, 8 And feel my own with added force. When red ruff drops his cautious pose, And forward takes his humming course. The startled birches shake their curls, A withered leaf leaps in the breeze Some hidden mortar speaks, and hurls Its feathered missile through the tree*. Compact of life, o...

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 August 1901

FIRST UNION FLAG CAPTURED. Tkt Soldier Who WM CaptartV with It Still Bu the Treaiwed Belle. The first union flag to be captured and the first union officer to be taken prisoner in a fight during the civil war are in New York city. The officer is R. M. Shurtleff, who was1 a volunteer. He has the flag, says the St. Louis Re public. It is blood stained and torn. He car ried it while on picket duty near Hamp ton, Va., on the morning of July 19, 1861, when a small confederate party lying in ambnsh, wpundedthim and an other officer, and took them prisoners. Mr. Shurtleff was the first prisoner bis brother officer, who was taken cap tive a few minutes Inter, died about a year afterward Maj. Bowlins, a third member of the union party and a war correspondent, was killed. The flag returned to the possession of Mr. Shurtleff in September, 1885. It was handed over to him by Col. J. M. Sandidge, leader of the confederates who had made the attack from am bush.' Mr. Shurtleff was a lieutenant 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. — 22 August 1901

"i*| ij'K r*. REFERENGES: 4 "i •M* I! WILLISTON Lively and Feed Stable. W. O .T ones. E, J3. Jones BAJiCUKSAXD IiAJTDS Bolloltui'a Jf. X* B. It. Lands. Accident Life Insurance. Dr. Brown's Blood Berries. FOR MEN AND WOMEN, Young: and Old. AN UNFAILING BLOOD BUILDER AND NB&VE TONIC. S^hT" "T" T~ iji nil Diseases arising from a Poor and Watery condition I I r~\ f~l of the Blood, such as Pale and 8allowr Complexion, ^•—•—General Muscular Weaknem,- Loss of Appetite,. Depres sion of Spirits, Lack of Ambition, Anasmia, Chlorosis or Green 8icknessi Palpitation of the heart, Shortness of eath on slight exertion, Coldness of HfcndS or-Peet, Swel ling of the Feet and Limhs, Pain in the Back, Nervous Headache, Dizziness, Loss of Memory, Feebleness of Will, Ringing in the Ears, Karly Decay all forms of Female Weakness, Leucoirhcea, Tardy or Irregular Periods, Suppression ot the Menses, Hysteria, etc. Locomotor Ataxy, Partial Paralysis, Sciatica, Rheumatism, Neural etc. Cure also all disease...

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 August 1901

,A..V 1 'M Hr' §3p' ',' 1 t^9? C:/ V' *wv ,**•¥* V^v VOL. 7. NO. 9- _The GBAPHIC ia entered at the Post Office miliaton. N. D„ aeeond class mail matter. BUSHED STEST THURSDAY AT "WILLISTON. N. D. R. K. COQPEXiANDv WILLAKD B. OVER6®N, •in BeUWD. AjiriTe» No. si- Mail........... 2:20 a. m. Mo. Xised 8:00 p. m. Iin BOUND. Arrives No. 4. Mail 6:18 p, m. No. 8 Mixed /. 4:30 a. W. T. BENTON, Agt. Fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F. Meets every Wednesday night. PAUL SCHIERBECK, N. G. G. B. MKTZOBR, V. G. F. J. VVALDRON, Sec. I. C. STEWART, Trans. Traetees—WM. SNYDER, K. H. COPE BAND. O. BBRGH, Williston. North Dakota. CHURCH DIRECTORY. IIOT OTICE TO CATHOLICS.—Services will be conducted every fourth Sunday of the month 'nning at 10 o'clock a. m. at Odd Fellows LOCAL ROUND-UP. R. T. LUCHS is busy now-adays catting grain for everybody needing his service. Be sure to remember the M. E. L. A. S. Pillow Sale and Game Sapper' on Wednesday evening, September 4th. Next Monday is Labor Day, hence ...

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 August 1901

1 'Br COPCLASD 'fife ft WILLISTON. OVKIWO»fc|f$ N. DAK. MY DEAR OLD-FASHIONED WIFE. Bhs never rustled down the street .*. In (111M and draperies line. She gave no champagne suppers With claret, .cakes and wine, 1 A. dear home-loving creature, A golden spot in life. Who made lite worth th£ living. lty dear, old-fashioned wife: She wasn't up in classics, In pomp, in pride or style, But she always had a welcome, With her sweet, old-fashioned smile. And 'those sweet songs she'used to sing— I'd give one-half my life '\v To hear the silvery voice of v'v My dear, old-fashioned wife. Zn circles high and lofty. She'd been quite out of place. But In her own home circle She reigned with queenly grace. :i£§ She made of home an Eden Devoid of hate and strife. And sowed the seeds of love to bloom. «, My dear, old-fashioned wife. Perhaps when down the stream I've sped, ft* Till I r.each that sunset shore. And cross the great divide of life, Wher* time shall he no more, Then wandering 'long the riv...

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 August 1901

& .w I 1,i. -v -y I.--' 'il^ r.T Fn June, 1864, Mershon was sent to Chicago and attached to the Fifteenth volunteer relief cprps as drum major at Camp Douglas, a position which he held for a year. Dr. George F. Root, the composer, interviewed him on the incident and wrote "The Drummer Boy of Shiloh," a song that was popular for many years. The plates were burned in the great Chicago fire, and it is now out of print. Prof. Mershon was one of the guards of honor when President Lin coln's body lay in state in Springfield. Naturally, his fame as a drummer brought him into intimate relations with many prominent officers, with whom he was a great favorite. He served as drummer in the Thirtieth In diana volunteer infantry from Septem ber 13, 1801, to June 14,1864, and from THE DRUMMER BOY OF SHILOH. June 14 toNovember 11,1SG5, iu the vet erans' reserve. Mr. Mershon is a musical genius, and not only juggles with drumsticks, but is a good vocalist and a performer on every instrument from...

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 August 1901

REFERENCES: li'lititomlLite Stock Bank, Chicago, Bunk of Weare & AI limn, Sioux City. Fi«st National Bank* Woodbine, la. It EkrnMra Bdnkk Cantona, I*. J" HIVstiNational Bank,.Dayton, la. P? Farmars Shite Bank, Charter Oak, la. I. Bank of Bfavmer, Braynwr-, Mo. Moorhead State Bunk. Mooihead, la. All'Commercial Agencies, MAIN STREET. Bffbck 2r'.Lbts 14, II, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24. Block 3, Lots 1, 2, 3,4C, 5. 6, 7, 8, 9,10. Block. 6,' Lot 1. Block 7, Lot 18. Block. 18, Lots 19, 20|.21. Block 19,' Lots 2, 4, 5^.8 7*. BROADWAY. Block. 5, Lots 8,9. Block' 6 Lots 17, It*, 19. Block- 7, Lots 10,13,14. Blocks 8-, Lot 12. Blocks 9 Lots 1, 2,3, 4. Block 12,' Lots 5,18,19, 20'2h Block 24} Lbts 2,3, 4, 5. Block 2f, Lot 7. 8ASSEN AVENUES Block 1, Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 18,19, 20,21,2%r 23,24. Block 2, Lots 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9,10. Block 7, Lots 3.4, 0. Block 8, Lots 17,18,19, 20, 21, 22. Block 9, Lots 15 and 16. Block 15, Lots 8,9. Block 16, Lots 15,16,21, 22. Block 18, Lots 2, 3,5, 6, 7, 8,9...

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 September 1901

TkeOumiitiilmddtbt Port ofl WWiion. M. iuMWMrf el— mil mam RMNN BXIBY THTKSDAT AT WIMJISTON. N. ZX H. B. COnUKS, WILLARD B, OVEH8ON Oreat VortlMn lillmj TIITIMI WOT WOVMP. Arrive* Ho. S, Mall_...~„...._.~.......240 a. m. Ko 7. Mixed fcOOp. m. lAir Borao. Arrivet No. 4, Mail „. „. p, m. No. Mixed a. W. T. Bmll Sunday School at S o'clock p. on. BIT. 60NOBB8ATIONAL Joaara ium, Pastor. CHURCH 8ERVICBB.— Until Anther notice there will be preaching •ervlce at the Congregational Church every Sab bath at lt):45 o'clock m. Snnday School MO •'clock p. m. Christian Kudeavor society at 7 o'clock p. a. Preaching at 7:4S o'clock p. a. Ladiei Prayer and Bible Meeting Wedneaaay ai KM p. n. Ladles Aid Thursday at 2 W p. a. Teachers Meeting Thursday evening at KrpODI8T EPISCOPAL CHURCH SER VICES.—Until different notice la given the an of nervlce at the Methodist Eplacopal Church will be sa follows: Morning service at o'ctetk Sunday School, iaaediately fol towing the morning service Bpworth League. 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. — 5 September 1901

lit alanawlth my aas3» fir Si 4% SI heart to-night When the gloom ls.dark and deep, Across the portals the And shadows here with fall, my grief I weep But over ay sad heart's darkness, Steals a radiance rich and rare. For lon( ago, when a child at play, I kld sunbeam there. The Jiarp Is silent, the chords are dead Whose music was all too fleet, And I listen in vain for the silver strain That made my life complete But Ions ago, when a care-free child, With no thougtit of sadder things. nestled a song-bird to my breast, •And there It sings and sings. The garlands are faded and, old and sear, And the laurels that came with the years Have gone with the dreams and the per ished hopes— I burled them all with tears But' out in the garden of my soul The roses bioom so fair, ot long ago, when a little child, I planted a rose tree there. —Muriel Strode, In. Chicago Evening Post. I The jobber's Cross ,, N—- .. By David Kcr. v.'rC "rp HEY call Spain the land of ad I venture," muttered Harry Whi...

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 September 1901

THE MECHANICAL FAN. Clever DaplleatloB of the Electrical Air Miner to Worlc kf Simple Hand Preuare. Sentiment needs now to defend one its last devices—the fan in the hands of the pretty girl. Behold, the spirit of utility, se iking new fields for the exercise of its powers, has invaded the field of the fan. It has set up as a rival of the lacy, silken implement of feminine hypnotism, that has served the gentler sex through untold ages, a mechanical device of brass, steel and wood—a thing that to the accompaniment of a low buzzing provides a gratifying and steady.draught of cool air, and bearing the name of the "cold air fan." The cold air fan physically sug gests a cross between an egg-beater and a machine for strengthening the hands of a pugilist. One might al most suspect that,the inventor had set out to make an egg-beater and been diverted, as an after-thought, tQ the fan idea by the prospects of greater financial gain in that direc tion. Putting aside as intolerable the sug gest...

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 September 1901

f?- &£??•< l£'? J'f su* REFERENCES: |j&ti»na|Liw Stock Bank,. Bank at li' "tews* ,1 SW ,! fA Bravmcr. Braymer* Mo. Moorhead Ktute Bank,. Mooi head, la Ail Commercial Agencies, If* ir KR" MAIN STREET. I 4?' Block 19, Lots 2, 4, 5, 6, 7. kJr $%?'} BROADWAY. Block« Sv Lots 8, 9. -v Block &i Lots 17, lti, 19. Block 7, Lots 10,13,14. Block 8, Lot 12, Block 9, Lots 1, 2, 3,4. $$jj Block 12, Lots 18,19, 20,21. & Block 24, Lots 2,3, 4,5. Btoclfc-23 Lot 7. ^IJSASSEN AVENUE.' Block 1J Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,19, \S 20,21 22, 23,24. $ Block 2, Lots 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9,10. j& Block 7, Lots 3, 4, 6. Block 8, Lots 17118,19,20, 21, 22. Block 9, Lots 15'and 16. Blook 15, Lots 8,9. I Block 16, Lota 15,16,21.22. Block 18, Lots 2, 3. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,10. GIBBS AVENUE, & Block Lots 3,4, 5. 6, 7, 8, 9,10. iS'sf Block 8 Lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Block 9, Lots 6, 7, 8. 1 W Block. 16, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7,. 8 9,10, 11, 12. Block 17,, Lots 1, 2. 5, 4,5,6,7,8, 9,10, If, 12. CURE ...

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 September 1901

fa# $ &•' A :-V.M V- fJ yfr %i »8S r-i'-' VJRs i. sAj^S- Hfys$ ?s*«rg Wi 5 W 'V*- The RAPHIC la entered at the Poet Office A* Williston. N. D..as second clan mall matter. PURU8HKD K^EKY THURSDAY AT ?. WILU6T0N. N. D. A. H. OEKUAJNV WILLASB BV OVERSOW .4'"'' Williston. North Dakota. LOCAL ROUND-UP. The Stony Creek school opens Octo ber 1st. WANTED—Immediatelyi 24 cords of rocks at Hedderich Bros. & Co. Joseph W. Jackson and wife drove up from Nesson Saturday and spent Sunday ia this city. Hedderich Bros. A Co. are excavating for a cellar in the rear of their store. It will be about 20x80 inside, and eight feet deep. Gny Ennis is an assistant in the gro cery department and is driving the de livery wagon for the Bruegger Mercan tile Co. G. M. Hedderich has been building a two-story addition to his residence, which makes that part of the town loom np in elegant shape. Louis Piper, who has been employed by the Richards Cattle Co. of the south side, is sick at the Great Northern H...

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 September 1901

ir ^, at e. 4 Xb'4: W- IgSW i-** W W fn iW I Mr BT COPELAITD & OVEBSO*. .^f 7 N. DAK. WILLISTON. LEFT ALONE. They're only a mother's treasure* A curl of golden hair, A tlolly limp and broken,' And a frock you usedvto wear: And the team are falling on them. For once you were.her own, But you were wed this morning, And sheis left alone! 'Twas hard to say good-bye, dear, 'Twas hard to let you go, But ah! the years Ming Joys uU tears, That only mothers know. She looks at all her treasure!. And her tears fall like sweet ralaf She feels your tiny fingers Upon her cheek again She seems to hear your footstep Along the nursery floor As she gases almost blinded, At the baby's shoes you wore. 'Twas hard to part with you, dear. She always loved you so The love that's best beyond the rest, ,f That only mothers know. It seems to her a dream, dear. You've gone away a bride, And that she will wake to-morrow To find you by her side. Ah, no, the tears are true ones. But on her bended knee She sti...

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 September 1901

COMFORT FOR CHICKS. Coop nd Bn Which Eiafclei Tim to Get Plenty of Exercise and i'reah Food. .have a coop and covered ran which is used both for the setting hens and for the hens with chicks. The coops are about four feet square, and are made very much like portable hen houses, only smaller. They are made so tight that nothing can get in them to- disturb the chicks when they are closed. __ With each coop I have a cov ered run made by taking some boards about 12 feet long and 12 inches wide and nailing them together in the form of a box 12 by 4 feet, without top or bottom. A piece of wire netting is nailed over the top, and the cov ered run is completed, except some openings in the sides through which to put feed and water, and to make a passage from the run to the coop. A COOP AND RUN FOR CHICKS. mail slide door is made on one side of the coop, and the run is placed so the opening in the side comes oppo site this door. At night the chicks can be shut in the coop by closing the slide...

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