WELLS The prospect for a large number of new artesian wells in Mouth Dakota is encouraging. The farmers themselves are arranging to sink th m. Waycross, Ga., is absent to substitute a compressed air pump for its present steam pump, at a cost of nearly $6,000. This will pump the water from the two artesian wells, and when It is in operation they will yield 100,000 gallons a day of beautiful water. The people of Lemont, III., have just paid (12,000 for a new city well. Its water is apparently unwholesome, and has l»oen condemned by the local physician as the cause of the many cases of sickness that have recently appeared in be place. The water is to be analysed at once.