Today in the Dauphin Herald – Apr 27 – 1911

1911 Apr 27 – Fork River

Mrs. B. Tate, of Birnie, spent Easter at Fork River, visiting old friends and scholars. There is always a hearty welcome here for our friend and teacher.
Seeding is the order of the day. The land is in good shape and a large acreage will be sown if this weather continues.
Before sowing you wild oats call on Mr. D.F. Wilson and get an up-to-date mill for the business.
Mr. Earl Benner, left with a carload of horses and cattle for the west. We are sorry to lose all the old settlers; we wish them success in their new home.
James Johnston and Arthur Cooper left for Winnipeg to spend the summer.

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