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'^MINNEAPOLIS YOUNG WOMAN
WHO WANTS FARM WORK
I- ACCEPTS OFFER.
Minneapolis, May 8.—Miss Grace
•pimpson, the girl who would farm,
ivho now lives at 114 Eleventh street
T&outh, has decided to accept an offer
»inado by E. C. Eddy of Bethel, Minn.,
She said yesterday, and start work on
••It farm there belonging to him, which
ixe said is now under the management
i&f a "no-account dreamer" who can't
Xttake it pay. She will leave for JJethel
about June 1.
"I believo that this job is just the
thing that want," she said yester
day. "I shall take entire care of the
Jiorses and if necessary, will even
Wow. I intend to be in the harvest
field all the time and pitching hay or
binding wheat will never feaze me at
an.
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Cut Flowers,
Plants, Ete:
FLOHAii DESIGNS ON SHOUT
NOTICJBL
Oat«ol»toira Order# Given Special
Attention.
•end for Catalogue or Price Mat
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Established over qnarter century.
STORE
Br*Rdrr87 ami Front St.
GHEENiiOl'SESi
Klglith Street So.
NORTHERN Grown, KILN DRIED, Seed
:RED
Patimna-PucifiC,
InUrnuUonol
Exposition
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Red River Valley SEED POTATOES
Millet, Fod&er Corn, Grass 'Seed,
Hunters Hot Springs Hotel
HUNTERS HOT SPRINGS, MONT.
Ensy to Reach—Located on Main Line Northern Pacific R. ft, 0 Trains
Dally. Huntern Hot Springs Wonderful Curative Waters tor Rheuma
tism, Stomach and Liver Troubles. Recreation—Golf, Tcnnla, Saddle
Horaca, Private Garage, Trout Fishing', Swimming, Plunge
Write for Booklet. Auto Bus Meets All Trains.
We are novr bottling the hot mineral water and can deliver It to
your home. Write forjtrlccs and Information.
JOHN H. DAVIDSON, Prop.
Hunter^ Hot Springs, Mont.
Foufcik Porterf ielcl
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Si Broadway s-s IFarg^, N. D.
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ceived from farmers who want to mar
jry me, I have not given them a
thought. It is too evident that all the
writers' want is a wife who can work
like a horse for them for nothing."
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HAVE FA1K
New Rockford, N. D., May 8.—
Hugh Peoples has a force of men
busy in laying out the driveways and
walks of Peoples' park. This park is
situated just south of the Great Nor
thern depot, and for several years past
Mr. Peoples has been planting trews,
all of which have been doing: nicely, to
the end that New Rockford might
have a park worthy of the name. He
is now laying out the walks and drive
ways and is also having a large num
ber of trees—mostly e%fergreens—put
In for the future beautifying of the
spot. When completed,i and the trees
get a few years' growth, the tract will
be a beauty spot second to none In the
state—a credit to the midway city and
a perpetual monument to tHe jnan af
ter whom it is named.
ON OF MANNING
and FIELD SEEPS of All Kinds,
N. J. OLSEN CO., MQORHEAP, MINN,
THE RED RIVER VALLEY SEED HOUSE
Fargo Branch Office, 105 fitb Street North, Fargo, N. D.
PF.IFLE EiliWNED
•Wanning, N. 'ix* May 8.—Word was
received last week of the death, by
drowning of Walter Lee Parmeter at
Grand Rapids, Wis. No particulars
have as yet been received except that
the body was discovered a few days
Inter.
Deceased was the son- pflMr. and
Mrs. W.. H. Parmeter, who live six
miles northwest of Manning, and left
lu re about a year ago to locate in
rand Rapids where he was employed
in a paper mill. He leaves a wife and
vera! small children.
"Located lor Health and Pleasure."
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TO TWIN CITY.
A fast night's run from Fargo to Minneap
olis and St. Paul, on the Great Northern
Railway's electric lighted sleeping car.
train, the
RIVER LIMITED
In addition to sleeping cars this popular
train carries coaches and smoking car and
all the conveniences that make your jour
ney a quick and comfortable one. Fargo
sleeper may be occupied at 9.30 p. m.
jZVo. 30 Going No. 29 Returning
9.00 p. m. Lv... .Gri'utl Forks. A 8.25 a. m.
10.06 p. m. Ar... ..Uillsboro...,
,..Ar 7.15 a. m.
11.10 p. m. Ar... ....FARGO.... ...Lv 6.10 a.
11.20 p. m. Lv... ....rARGO... .. .Ar 5.55 a. m.
11.25 p. m. Ar... .Moo- headJ.. ...Ar 5.50 a. in.
12.05 a. m. Ar... .. Barausville.. ... Ar 5.05 a. m.
1.15 a. m. Ar... .Fergus Fails. ...Ar 4.10 a. m.
2.45 a. m. Ar... ..Alexandria..,
...Ar 2.45 a. m.
4.50 a. m. AT ...St. Cloud... ... Ar 12.55 a. m.
6.50 a. m. Ar... .Minneapolis..
.. .Lv 11.10 p. m.
7.20 a. m. Ar... .. .St. Paul....
,. ,Lv 10.40 p. m.
Make sleepingxar reservations in advance and procure tickets at
Depot Ticket Office: J. L. ROHAN, Ticket Agent
FARGO, N. D.
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Williston, N. D„, May 8.—One night
last week while State's Atty. U. L.
Burdick was at one of the livery barns,
looking after some of his horses, he
was approached very stealthily by a
stranger who asked the attorney if he
did not want to purchase a bottle of
"picnic disturber". The attorney said,
"Sure, Mikel" and the deal was made
whereby the attorney came into full
possession of a whole pint of the
''hardware". Then the man asked if
there were not some other men about
the barn who would like a little
"snort" of liquor. The attorney said
there were several of them just around
the corner, whose tongues were about
to drag the ground, and who were, so
dry that the nails were falling out. of
their shoes. The vender hunted them
up, and made a sale or two, and when
the state's attorney thought they had
enough for evidence, Including what he
bought, there was something doing.
The bootlegger was arrested and, in
the absence of bond, is now in the
county jail, there being a "preponder
ance of evidence" against him. By
way of explanation the man stated
that he had only been in town about
three hours, having come In from St.
Paul early in the evening. He proved
to be a poor artist at sizing up pro
tective customers.
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York, N. D., May 8—The Great
Northern's water tank enginehouse
caught Are, but the branch train was
in and the engine was quickly moved
to the place, extinguishing the fire
without serious loss. York has been
free from fires for some time, but this
is an example of what might happen
without adequate protection.
BMIGiiill
1II11EK SEiiliEB
Mott, N. D., May 8.—Mrs. Ed. Smith,
the baker's wife, left this morning for
her old home in Pennsylvania, where
she will see her mother for the first
time since she was four years old.
Adoption and lack of knowledge of
each other's whereabouts until recent
ly is the cause of the long period of
^operation. It will be a happy re
mion indeed.
Barrie News.
Barrie, N. D., May 6. To The
Forum: Farmers in this vicinity are
just finishing seeding barley and some
are plowing for corn, but frosts like
we had this morning will deter them
from planting it.
All those who turned out to church
last Sunday were favored with a good
.sermon preached by Rev. Mr. Free
man of Fargo a,nd the young people
enjoyed his talk on 'Prayer in the
evening.
A number of farmers have bought
autos this year, not only for pleasure
but they figure on time saved going
to town,
Bernadine Halbjerhus was taken to
St. Lukes hospital at Fargo last week
to be treated for blood poisoning and
the many friends of the family are
looking forward to h6r coming buck
cured.
Mrs. Vivian Morgan went into Far-
EO
last evening and expects to be
there the balance of the week.
A great number of trees were plant
ed Arbor day.
The Stevens family enjoyed a visit
rom an "old Pennsylvania friend last
week.
Unless We have a great deal of
vain this month bay will be very
scarce.
Cattle a»e being put in the pastures
tow to try and make out a living
mtll the grass gets a start.
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Williston, N. D., May 8. John
Bruegger started for Washington
Sunday to represent the Williston ir
rigation project at & conference be
tween water users and interior de
partment officials called by Secretary
Lane to meet May 1 to consider need
ed changes in the administration of
1'. S. R. S. irrigation projects. Mr.
Bruegger knows the needs of the pro
ject, is vitally interested in the
development of this region, and is on
such terms with the administration
that he will be able at least to have
his views receive consideration at the
hands of government officials. Wil
liston water users look for much good
to come from Mr. Bruegger's work in
this conference.
GLEfWOOB nKH
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Carringtort, N. £., May 8.1~Th6 ad
vantages of Carrington as a distribut
ing point have induced the Glenwood
Bootling Wjbrfes to consider locating
here. Tljey are lookwg- for a suitable
warehouse Their famous mineral wa
ter and their pop will be sent here in
car lots, and distributed in five direc
tions over Carrington's numerous rail
way .liu&s
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THE FARGO FORUM AKD .DAILY REPUBLIC
AX, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1913.
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s-J Bank Chsrjgefl Hands*
$3 Max, X. D., May 8,~-The First State
I bank, owned for the past seven years
',y the Hoss & Dfuidson banking firm,
i has changed hands, B. A. •Piummer
i»| Mid R. C. Plummer of Forest City, la.,
and (Jhas. W, Morton and LaVerne J.
llodman of this city have purchased
bwl tho stock, B. A. Plummer- is the new
president and the remaining three are
the directors. Morton and Rodman
nave been connected with the First
Htatf. bank ever sincft it was first or
ganized, and are well known here,
i The new president has been in the
I banking business' in Iowa for thirty
'ears, ailci is knuwn to many former
'ova farmers, wtfo are'located in the
s ^timty ut &13*.,
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NORWEGIAN IMPORTERS
WOULD BUY DIRECT.
It should not be necessary for com
petent and trustworthy Norwegian im
porters to purchase American auto
mobiles, cottonseed meal and oil, lard,
and oleomargarine from general
agents at Copenhagen, Hamburg, or
Rbtterdam. Norwegian importers dis
like to be referred to foreign general
agents at Copenhagen, or elsewhere,
when communicating with American
firms, as it gives them the impression'
of having to pay an indirect toll to a
third party, and evidence is not lack
ing that such has often been the
case.
It may be necessary to grant ex
clusive agencies for introducing cer
tain products on the market, but such
exclusive agencies' should not be
granted to any firm or corporation for
countries foreign to their own. This
consulate can name instances where
such general" agents have added their
commission to the original price,
which not only restricted the number
of sales, but even conceled existing
contracts.
The sentiment of the public press
seems to be that Norwegian business
must seek direct trade connections in
the future and cut loose from the
domination, of these foreign tradq
syndicates'*
Science 'Withholds Death.
Christian Herald: Step by step, the
scientists have come to recognize that
there is an element in the human indi
vidual which is distinct and apart
from every function of life. Dr. Carrel
of the French Academy of Medicine
has demonstrated in recent experi
ments that, save consciousness, every
function of the body may be kept up
by scientific means. In other words,
there can be life without that unde
finable thing which is the man him
self. Recently a remarkable experi
ment was successfully attempted in
which—for the sake of a son who
would in two hours attain his major
ity and inhereit a great estate—the
life of an aged nobleman was artifici
ally maintained for 120 minutes, after
all the functions had apparently ceas
ed. The object was attained, the law
was satisfied but the man himself,
though legally alive, was without con
sciousness during the entire interval.
While the mechanism of life had been
kept in automatic action, the spirit
had gone beyond the reach of human
recall.
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Beatitude Explained,^11
Cincinnati Enquirer: "Why does
the Bibles say that peacemakers are
blessed?" asked the boob.
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JSIFFEBED
During Change of Life—How
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound Made
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Iola, Kansas. During the Change
of Life I was sick for two years. Be
fore I took your med
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bear the weight of
my clothes and was
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Compound and I purchased a bottle.
Before it was gone the bloating left me
*nd I was not so sore. I continued tak
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Now I am stronger than I have been for
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washing. Your medicine is worth its
weight in gold. I cannot praise it
enough. If more women would take
your medicine there would be mora
healthy women. You may use this let
ter for the good of others."—Mrs. D.
H. BROWN, 809 N. Walnut St., Iola,Kan.
Change of Life is one of the most
critical periods of a woman's existence.
Women everywhere should remember
that there is no other remedy known to
HO success fully carry women through
this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
If yon want special advico write to
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DR. AYRES WOULD
APPLY PSYCHOLOGY
TO THE JOB HUNTER.
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(Consul B. M. Rasmusen, Bergen.)
Complaints are frequently heard in
Norway that a large number of Ameri
can exporting houses still adhere to
the custom of granting general or ex
clusive agencies to firms or corpora
tions at certain commercial ports in
Europe, covering as a rule, one or
more of the smaller states wholly out
side of their domain. Thus general
agents at Copenhagen and Hamburg
seem to enjoy a monopoly on exclusive
agencies for Norway and not infrequ
ently for ail of Scandanavia (Den
mark, Norway, and Sweden).
•Ur. Leonard P. Ayres has just
written for the United States Bu
reau of Education a summary of
practical psychology, that is psy
chology as applied to the man who
wants a job. Psychology, he in
sists, may determine whether or
not a candidate for a place as
motorman on a streetcar or a
chauffeur is worthy of the job. Ho
calls attention to the fact that
Professor Munsterberg of Harvard
tested motormen in Boston, and
found out by psychological tests
that 25 per cent of the candidates
had to be eliminated. S. 33.
Thompson used psychological
tests, "called reaction time tests,"
in selecting girls to pick flaws in
the steel balls used in ball bearings.
Dr. Ayres sees-great possibili
ties in psychological tests for
choosing the right persons for
jobs. He says:
"When the best possible adjust
ment shall have been attained be
tween work and workman each
one will have his full opportunity
to achieve at least something for
commonwealth and common weal.
The task of the world will be bet
ter done and the workers will re
ceive greater rewards, deeper joy
and fuller satisfaction hi their do
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When you have a. bad cold you want
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to take, a remedy that contains noth
ing injurious. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy meets all these requirements.
It acts on nature's plan, relieves the
•lungs, aids expectoration, opens the
secretions and restores th© system to
a healthy condition. This remedy has
a world wide sale and use, and can
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give a series of bridge parties for the
poop. I love to do things for the
poor."
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