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wmm X\ /k 1 Wf\r HK HE writer of these lines, when a young jnan, worked on the section. While on that job he had one important lesson impressed upon his young and tender mind. He observed that Pat could stop and light his pipe a hund red times a day, and no word of censure^eame from the boss. Mike could carry as small shovels of dirt as he liked, as VOLUME 1 FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1915. NUMBER 12 9 No More iEoafing On the Job pa: nonpartisan pQLi?^ ADER LAZY teller CARR-IED YOU oust ABOUT =PAK ^ENOUGH! Any member of the "section gang" could "soldier" a good share of his time, with no danger of getting "fired." .. But when we got on the hand-car to "go in" there was to be no shirking. Any man who "played off" and let his fellows "pull his meat," Would get a cussing at once and his "time" when the station was reached. The time has come for all those who have been riding, up \tj V** fr \V M&.