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LAID III REST
A Large Concourse of Sympa
thetic Friends Follow the
Remains to the Silent
The stork left a baby girl at Hur,h
Wardens last Saturday morning and
the doctor reports everybody happy.
Kay Pollard has sold li is eighty
aire rami west or town, and occu
pied by Albert Ptoll, to John rtehrns.
Henry Iloeck and wife of I'latts-
mouth. visited Monday and Tuesday
with Mr, and .Mrs. K. A. Klrkpat-
W. M. Incraham has bought Will-
Iain Compton's Ice cream buslines
and will In addition to that run a
THE GRAND ENTER-
From Tuesday's Pally
The funeral of Mrs. John F. Ilurk
one of the pioneer settlers of Cass resturant In the building beside the
county, occurred this afternoon at barber shop.
her late residence in uuerty precinn. rv.f;v..n1or Sheldon returned on
. . . .1
Mrs. I!ucK reactied tne advanced ase t))p ni,lnKht train last Thursday
of SO years, her birthday occurring from Wayside, Miss., where he has
on the 2.K1 day or .May. hue was mt . ,, 8limnH.r looking after his
widow of lion. John F. Uuck who
died a few years apo. Mr. and Mrs.
Buck were pioneers In Liberty pre
cinct and were charter members of
the First Presbyterian church of this
city, which church held its fiftieth
anniversary some three years ago.
The subject of this sketch, Mary
Ehryder, was born in Cayuga county,
New oYrk, near Lake Ontario, May
23, 1820, being next to the youngest
of a family of three daughters and
two sons, born to her parents. With
her parents at the age of seventeen
she removed to Peoria county, 111.,
and was married to John F. Duck, a
young farme November 5, 1839. With
her husband she resided in Illinois
until the year of 1855 when on the
19th day of May, In company with
ber husband, she crossed the Missouri
river and settled in Liberty precinct
on the farm where she spent the bal
ance of her happy and useful life.
Mrs. Buck was a woman of broad In
tellect, having received a good edu
cation In her native state. She was
well fitted to fill the position of
wife and mother and most faithfully
she performed ber allotted duty.
She was the mother of ten chil
dren, five of whom died when quite
young. The children dead are Chas.
D., James It., George N.( Willie E.,
and Daniel W. Her surviving sons
and daughters are Theodore D., of
Mrs. Allison ami daughter, Jessie
Drost, from Murray were guests of
Mrs. Klrpatrlck for dinner Tuesday.
Miss Jessie drove Mrs. Klrpatrlck to
Weeping Water in her fine Reo car
In the afternoon.
J. 1). Halley and wife from Strat-
ton, Neb., are visiting friends in and
around Nehawka this week. They
were former residents of this com
munity, but have lived In the western
part of the state since about 1884.
S. 0. Murdock of Araphoe, Neb., Is
here on a visit to his father, John
Murdock and other relatives north of
town. Mr. Murdock says the corn
around Arapahoe will be very light,
averaging not more than five bushels
to the acre.
Mrs. Herman Smith gave a birth
day party In honor of her sister, MIbs
Ruth Hall, the young lady being eight
yeans old August 16. Those present
were: Mr. Joyce, Charles, George
and Barney Smith, Miss May and
Goldle Smith and Miss Ruth Hall of
Plattsmoutn, Neb., and Miss Violet
and Mr. Lawrence Smith.
A nine pound daughter waB born
to Mr. and Mrs. Will Jahn Tuesday
Mrs. A. M. Terry and son, Floyd,
Wyoming, John S., of Washington, lf Coun,,n Grovei Kas., are enjoying
Mrs. Sarah Gates, of Ottawa, Kansas, . ,t t thfl hf.me of her daUKDter.
Mrs. J. D. Cross and Mrs. Ablgal j eeiey.
Klepser, both of Liberty precinct. P d ii0ffman came In Friday
Mrs. Buck experienced all of the ,-o-n,,,- of iast week from Plalnview,
Inconveniences of a pioneer during Nt,b for a few dayg vlHlt wlln hls
the early history or iseurassa, ana pnrentg an,i many friends.
she and her husband took an active n,.llirins. on(i children of
part in the formation or society ai c d returne,i home Tuesday
that time, and were the champions of mornlng after ft Vslt with the form-
every enterprise wliicn tenucti towaru . narcntBi Mr. an(j Mr9. a. V
the Improvement of the moral tone j i lyiton.
or the community in wnicn uiey re- R(.ho()1 wl1 not open thi9 year un
Bided. I hi tho Bocnnd Mnndav In September
In 1855 the postofflce of Three Th)j ,g done to glve flH the children
Grove was estauiisned, aim .Mrs. nnnrnnltv to attend the state
Buck's husband was made the first
postmaster, and the duties of the
position often devolved on Mrs. Buck.
Mrs. Buck was a faithful christian
woman bih! her memory will ever be
treasured by those who knew her
In our hurry Saturday we forgot
to mention the Ice cream social given
by the Ladles Aid society of the M.
E. church at Mynard and which was
held Friday evening at the S. O. Cole
building at Mynard. The Plattsmoutn
Military band of this city had been In
vited to furnish several selections
during the evening. The automobiles
belonging to I). O. Dwyer and John
Ilauer and one from the Patterson &
Thomas garage were loaned the band
free-gratis which delivered them on
the scene of the festivities In a hurry.
number of the boys went via the
horse and buggy route. The boys
entertained the large number in at
tendance with several selections
which' were most thoroughly appre
ciated by those In charge as well as
the patrons. The music by the band
added greatly to the pleasures of the
evening and assisted In makinjg it
such a delightful one. Other enter
taining features of this evening's en
tertainment were readings by Miss
Mildred Cummins of this city and
Miss Anna Snyder of that vicinity.
As usual, Miss Cummins and Miss
Snyder were at their best and their
manner of reciting so pleased the
large audience that they were re
peatedly encored and to which these
talented readers very happily respon
ded a number of times. The re
mainder of the evening was spent in
a social way and In partaking of
delicious ice cream and cake at ran
dom and which was served through
out the entire evening. The ladies
are very much elated over the large
number in attendance and appre
ciate their kin.d and liberal patron
age very much as they realized a
neat sum. All in all the occasion
was a most enjoyable one.
Graduate Veterinary Surgeon
(Formerly with U. S. Department
Lfceised by HebraskaSiafe
Calls Answered Promptly
Telephone 378 White, Plattsmoutn.
"THE PASSING OF AN
OTHER PIONEER CITIZEN
John Armstrong, aged eighty-eight
years, died nt his home at Greenwood
Saturday night. He leaves a wife
and tho following children: John,
William and Joseph of Greenwood,
Hugh of Gordon, .Neb., Mrs. Orln Hall
of Heyburn, Idaho, and Mrs. Jessie
Blrdslll of Greenwood,
Mr. Armstrong was bom In Ireland
of Scotch-Irish parentage. Ilo served I jnR home
tor a time in uie nruiHii army, irom Mr , Mrs G w itlo!4SnK rnme
which he received an honorable dls- ., fmm ...i.....,, voli,pr..lv fnr fpw
charge. He then came to America dnyg VM,t with the latter's parents,
and lived In l'hllndelplila for a time Mr Bnd Mr9, Rt Tolhurst, before ro
and later In Chicago. From there, turnng to UllHkln, Neb., where Mr.
lorty years ago ne emigrate! 10 .no- niesslne wll resumo his duties as
Miss Fannie Lauver, Instructor In
English of the Northwestern college
at Nanervills. 111., was a guest of
Elmwond friends from Friday until
Bill Buster says tho Republicans
now have a chance to vote for a Dem
ocrat whose policies they would like
to see enacted Into luw the personal
rights gubernatorial! aspirant.
A number of Wabashites were in
evidence during tho Chautauqua. We
were, pleased to see among these the
smiling faces of Mr. and Mrs, S. Hul-
fish, who contributed their presence
P. J. Marshall and wife went to
Weeping Water Wednesday morning
to meet the hitter's uncle, an old
time lawyer of Spencer, Itid,, who
will return with tho Marshall to
this place for a visit before return-
Miss Jessie Eller has recovered
from her illness and Is visiting rela
tives in Lincoln.
Miss Lottie Koop will leave in Sep
tember for Peru where she will at
tend the state normal.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fetzer of
Plattsmoutn visited the former's
brother, Charles Fetzer this week.
Miss Hulda Ragoss will teach at
Oaks, Neb., down near the Kansas
line. She will leave early In Sep
tember. Miss Daisy Funke gave a party to
a large number of her young friends
at the home of Miss Edith Shryock
last Monday night. Ice cream and
cake was served and the evening was
spent pleasantly In games.
Mrs. Ira Thompson and daughter,
Iris, of Omaha left for home Tuesday
after a pleasant visit In the country
at the home of George Schoeman.
Mrs. Thompson was formerly Mfss
Allco Murphy, and lived In Louis;ile
J before her marriage.
The five course luncheon given last
Thursday afternoon to the Manley
Kensington club by Mrs. lllggins, at
the Catholic parsonage was a very
pleasant affair. Mrs. Illgglns is a
charming hostess and has become
very popular during her residence In
Editor Qulnn of the Plattsiuouth
News was In town Tuesday and Call
ed nt the Courier office. He tells us
that the automobile subscription con
test will dose tho first of September.
Quln hates to see the contest brought
to a close as he has had a good time
"trying out" tho prize machine and
sees nothing ahead of him but walks
after the little red wagon Is turned
over to the winner.
The following proposed amendment to
the constitution of the State of Nebras
ka, as hereinafter pet forth in full, is
submitted to the electors of the Htate
of Nebraska, "to be voted upon at the
general election to be held Tuesday,
November Mh, A. IK, 1910.
"A JOINT RESOLUTION to amend
Section one (1) of Article Keven (7) of
the Constitution of the State of Ne
braska. lie It Enacted by the Legislature of
the State or Nebraska:
Section 1. (Amendment constitution
proposed.) That section one (1) of
article seven (7) of the constitution of
the State of Nebraska, the senate con
curring be to amended aa to read a
Section 1. (Who are electors.) Kv
ery male citizen of the United States, of
the a tee of twenty-one years, who shall
have been a resident of this state six
months next preceding the election and
of the county, precinct or ward, for the
term provided by law be an elector;
provided. That persons of forelKn
birth who shall have declared their In
tention to become citizens conformably
to the laws of the United States and
are voting at the taking effect of this
amendment, may continue to exercise
the rlRht of suffrage until such time
as they may have resided In the United
States five years after which theyrshall
take out full citizenship papers to be
entitled to vote at any succeeding elec
Section 2. (Ballots.) That at the
general election nineteen hundred and
ten (1910) there shall be submitted to
the electors of the state for their ap
proval or rejection the foregolnR pro
posed amendment to the constitution
relating to the right of suffrage At
such election, on the ballot of each
elector voting for or against said pro
posed amendment, shall be written or
printed the words: "For proposed
amendment to the constitution relating
to the right of suffrage," and "Against
said proposed amendment to the con
stitution relating to the right of suffrage."
Section 3. (Adoption.) ir sucn an
amendment be approved by a majority
of all electors voting at such election,
said amendment shall constitute section
one (1) of article seven of the con
stitution of the State of Nebraska.
Appioved April 1. 1909."
T. George C. Junkln. Secretary of
State, of the State of Nebraska do here
by certify that the foregoing proposed
amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Nebraska Is a true and correct
copy of the original enrolled and en-
prossd hill, as passed ty tne tniriy
flrst session of the legislature of the
State of Nebraska, as appears from said
original hill on file in this office, and
that said proposed amendment is suo
mitted to the qualified voters of the
State of Nebraska for their adoption or
rejection at the general election to be
held on Tuesday, the Sth day of No
vember, A. P., ism.
In Testimony Whereof. I have here
unto set mv hand and affixed the great
spnl of the State of Nebraska. Pone
nt Lincoln this 29th day of July, In
A deal was made Tuesday whereby
!C. F. Harris became owner of the
Darrough farm northeast of this vil
lage. Ray Frans departed Tuesday ev
ening for Denver, Colo., where he
will spend two or three weeks' vaca
tion enjoying tiie sights.
G. Waley Mills of W'althill, was
here to enjoy the re-union and meet
his many friends. Waley was a
former resident of this village, and
he always receives the glad hand
when he comes to Union.
W. G. Glasgow and family arrived
Tuesday from Lincoln, bringing with
them their household goods, and will
reside In the Dye cottage In the
north part of town. Mr. Glasgow is
employed as principal of our schools
for the coming year. V e are pleas
ed to welcome such estimable peo
ple as permanent residents of our
Henry Brlssey and wife of Auburn
came up Saturday to attend the re
union and meet their many friends.
Henry was a resident of this village
several years ago when the reunion
was just sprouting, and he noticed a
great difference In It than when he
used to help the old Union band fur
nish music for the occasion.
Word was received here Tuesday
morning from Omaha announcing the
death of Joseph Young who passed
away Monday night. Mr. Young was
a resident of this village a few years
ago and had made many friends here.
He was a member of the local M. W.
A. camp, and clerk Joe Bnning re
ceived notice of his death.
Our friend Moss McCarroll Is about
the happiest man In this country
and to be sure he has a reason for a
nine pound daughter registered at
his home Monday morning and about
all Moss has been heard to say is
"girl, nine pounds." We extend con
gratulations to the little lady and
parents, and may she live to be a
blessing to her parents.
CAUSE10F MANY FIRES
State Fire Warden A. V. Johnson,
after one year's experience In invest
gatlng the causes of fires, Is of the
opinion that over Insurance Is the
indirect cause of most of the Incen
diarism that has come under his no
tice. He has found cases where small
stocks of goods and houses have
been Insured for double their real
value. "Insurance companies do not
STATEMENT OK THE CONDITION
PLATTSMOUTH LOAN AND BUILDIN6
Of riattsmouth, Nebraska, on the
30th day of June, 1010.
First mortt'ii'c loans J.'s.i'-M 4:t
Siiirk limns 2..-'r 70
Real estate s- 17
iiti I.TjT 47
l'l liimiieiit Interest, (m iniums, tines
and thus 4:a (V
Oilier assets K0 W
Total !tu.;i) i
Capital stock paid up &1.3rt! H
Ill-serve fund I. an w
I'mUvliled profits 2.1 m l7
Matured stock W.Hes 54
Total KM M
RECEIPTS m EXPENDITURES
for the year eiidlnir June 30, l'.UO
I'uos $ XK (
I merest, premiums and lines f.:v.7 u'7
latins repaid 2U.sH0 St
Ileal estate sales ms H
Taxes repaid 7 W
Hills payable. S.oeO (hi
Total $42,775 (-9
Cash July 1, 110 f l.tvtt 58
Loans IC.'Vtt (K
Kxpenses AM 02
Stock redeemed 20.U43 ti7
Cash on hand 1.7;7 47
Ileal estate 1 71
Taxes advanced 275 11
Hlllspayable 2.004 33
Total S42.775 S
STATt or Nebraska, I m
Cass County. m I. T. M. Tatterson.
Secretary of the above named Association, do
solemnly swear that the foreirolmr statement,
of the condition of said association. Is true ami
correct to the lest of my knowledge and t-Uef
T. M. Pattckson, Secretary.
V. J. Whits. 1
J. E. Warwick, Directors
11 B. Windham I
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 12th
day of August, 1U10. Zetta Krown
ISEAL Notary I'ubllc.
the year of our Lord. One Thousand sancllon 8Uch methods of doing bus!
Nine Hundred and Ten, and of the In- .... , . , lU
rtpponienee of the United states the ness," said Mr. Johnson, ' and th(
One Hundred and Thirty-fifth, and of
this State the Fort v-rourtn.
GEOriOK C. JUNKTN.
(Peal) Secretary of State,
braska and took up his homestead
near Greenwood, where he has lived
until his death. He was one of the
oldest settlers In that vicinity. Dur
ing the civil war Mr. Armstrong help
ed to organize a regiment In Pennsyl
vania for tho union service, and was
then himself rejected from the serv
ice on the physical examination on
account of Injuries he had received
In the British army.
The funeral occurred Monday af
ternoon from the home and Inter
ment made in the Greenwood cemetery.
principal of the schools at that place.
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made Is Cham
berlatn's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They do ther work whenever you re
quire their aid. These tablets change
weakness Into strength, llstlessness
Into energy, gloominess Into Joyous
ness. Their action Is so gentlo one
don't rcallo they have taken a pur
gat h e. Sold by all dealers.
Mrs. S. 15. Canlgan of Valyrang,
Neb., who has been visiting relatives
at Havelock for tho past two weeks,
tame down to this city recently for
a few days visit with Mrs. Will Sla
ter who Is expecting to depart for
Pennsylvania within the next day or
ao where sh will make her home in
Piling all Driven.
A. P. Flnkle, a member of the M.
P. bridge gang who have been put
ting In the piling for the new bridge
for the M. T. over the Platte, north
of this city, was In the city Saturday
afternoon, Mr. Flnkle says the work
of placing the piling In the bridge Is
completed. A force of two gangs
of men, twenty-two In each gang,
have been since last March driving
these huge trunks of trees into the
river. Some of tho piling drove ex
ceedlngly slow, the driver in many
Instances putting In an entire day
driving a single piling. Tho number
of piling driven was 500, fifty-eight
ranging from fifty-five to slxty-nluo
feet In length. The force will move
this week to I.oulsvlllo where the
work will be commenced on a new
bridge at that point.
A Splendid Young Man.
V. H. Puis, Democratic candidate
for representative, was in the city
Saturday and reported at the Journal
office. Mr. Puis is one of the finest
young men in Cass county. He was
brought up on the farm and enjoys a
fair education, much better than the
customary boy reared on the farm.
He Is popular with nil who know
him and between now and election
day all the voters of Cass county
will have an opportunity of making
MITICK OP HUFKIIKKS' SAI.K.
Notice Is hereby Klven that by virtue
of an order of court made by the Hon.
Harvev I. Travis. Judne of the district
court. In and for Cuss county, state of
Nebraska, In a suit pending therein,
wherein Surah Matilda Peterson Is
plaintiff and John Albert Uauer, et al,
are defendants, which order was oltrn
ed and entered on ihe 30th day of July,
1910, confirming tli report of the re
ferees and to make tho srvle of such
land Involved therein without unneces
sary delav and In the manner and form
us it sold by the sheriff upon execution.
In pursuance thereto, we, the under
signed referees, wl'l ne!l nt public mic
tion to the hlKhest bidder for cash, nt
the south front door of the court house
In tho cltv of I'lattsmouth, In said
nnty, on the Kith day or M-piemoi-r,
1!U0, at 1 o clock p. in., or said nay,
the followlnyT described real estate to
wlt. The northwest ouarter (contain
ing Kin Si-100 acres) and the southwest
liiaiter of the northeast quarter, all in
ect Ion 1M), township ' i. ranue n, east
f the p. m. In said ('ass county, -Ne
braska, cimtaliiins; 2o S7-100 ucres
more or less.
Said sale will be held open ono hour
ml at the time of declaring the bid.
0 per cent of the purchase price must
be paid and the balance of such pur-
hnse money shall be paid upon the
onfirmatlon of the sale by the court,
and the making of the deed.
Dated this 4tli day of AtiKust, 1'JIU.
1). O. Iiwver.
.1. S. I.1VINOSTOM,
. Were Here Last Saturday.
Adam Schaffer, one of those mlgh
ty good farmers from west of Murray,
was In the city looking after some
business matters last Saturdoay af
ternoon. He was accompanied by his
uncle, George Tillard from out in the
state, but who is making a visit with
Adam and relatives. Iloth gentle
men paid the Journal office a brief
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy la a
very valuable medicine for throat and
lung troubles, quickly relieves and
cures painful breathing and a dan
gerously sounding cough which In
dicates congested lungs. Sold by all
Miss Kthel Hajnle returned to Pa
cific Junction on the morning train
today after having spent Sunday with
her parents in this city.
William Sporer and family from
near Murray were In tho city Inst
Saturday doing some shopping. While
here Mr. Sporer called at this office
for a few moments chat and Incident
ally renewed for his paper. Mr
Sporer Is ono of tho most prominent
and successful farmers of Murray
and tho Journal Is mighty glad to
class him as one of our best renders
William Gllmour from south of the
city was hero today and the Journa
acknowledges a brief call from him
only way I can explain it Is the care
lessness of local Insurance agents or
the greed of the agents to get a com
mission on the insurance they write.
Agents ought to be more careful and
make Inquiries or at least some show
of Investigation before they write po
licies." Lincoln Journal.
George Shoeman who has been vis
iting friends at Lincoln, Louisville
and other points in Nebraska for
two weeks, arrived safe home this
Miss Eva Allison from near Mur
ray was a Plattsmoutn visitor today,
spending the day with County Super
intendent Miss Foster.
MEN AND MEN WANTED
Th Goernment pay Railway Mail
Clerk $800 to $1,200, and other em
ployeei up to $2, 500 annually
Uncle Sam will hold examinations
throughout the country for Railway
Mail Clerks, Custom House Clerks,
Stenographers, Bookkeepers, Depart
ment Clerks and other Government
positions. Thousands of appointments
will be made. Any man or woman
over 18, In City or Country can get
Instruction and free Information by
writing at once to the Bureau of
Instruction, 79 J, Hamlin Building,
Rochester, N. Y.
Statement of the Condition
THE LIVINGSTON LOAN AND BUILDING
of riattsmouth, Nebraska, on the 30tb
day of June, 1910.
Klrst morttriure loans $ WWW PI
Stock loan 15.313 HO
Ileal estate contracts .. w
Cash MJ "ft
Delimnient Interest, premiums, fines
and dues 3.4C4 S3
Other assets, insurance and taxes
paid and advanced H1 no
Total flM.we 10
fnpltttl Stm-k pnld up flO.ltilt 00
Hesenn fund Mm V
dividends declared, 2s,:n Y
Total JIM .WO 10
l.l .(i A I, MITH K.
State of Nebraska,)
Cnss Cou.it,', l
IN TIIK MATTER OP T11K ESTATE
OF EUGENE LEWIS, DECEASED.
To all persons Interested:
You are hereby notified that there
lias been filed In this court an In
strument purporting; to lie the last will
and tentament of the snld Albert Eu-
jrene Lewis, deceased, together with a
petition, praying therein that ald In
strument be allowed and probated as
the hint will and testament of said
deceased, and that Charles Jordan be
appointed executor of said estate.
You are further notified that a hear
ing will be had thereon before this
court In the county court rooms, at
I'lattsmouth, In said county on the 6th
day of September, 1910, at 10 o'clock
a., m., and that all objections, If any,
must be filed on or before said day
and hour of hearing.
Witness my hand and the seal of
the county court of said county this
16th day of August, 1910.
AU.GN J. HEEPON.
(Seal) County JudKe.
Live Stock and General Farm Sale
Five vears successful sellimr renders
me thoroughly competent of handling
your BBle. Keferfence from those 1
have sold for. Graduate from M issouri
vuction School. Dee me at Ferkins
Co you want an
If you do, get one who has
Experience, Ability, Judgement.
Telegraph or write
Dates made at this effice or the
Murray State Bank.
Good Service Reasonable Rate
Kkceiits Axn Fxit-nuituiies kok thr Yeah
Endinii .Iuxe 30, ltllll.
Hnlam-e on hand .Inly 1, llfl 1.104
lines -.K1 ml
Interest. Sli.yiO Olland fines tlW.lki M.f.7 3!
Limns repaid 1H.1-'.' I
Mi-inlM-rshlp fees til i"
Transfer fees 1 0O
lltal estate contracts 277 44
Total f 5us2i 3t
Loans ? HUM CH
IvM'llS'S. I.3.V) (H
Slock redeemed Sil.M-s
fash on hand t.'s'M 70
Insurance and tax's paid and ad
vanced X 4."
Total i 30
I. Henry It. Oetimr, secretary of the above.
named association, do solemnly swear that the
foreirolmr statement of the condition of said as
sociation. Is true and correct to the best of my
knowledge and heilef.
HENRY R. GERIN.
11. M. SdENNirilSEN. Directors.
C. A. MARSHALL. 1
Subscrllied and sworn to before me this 12tli
day of Auirust, 1(110.
seal. Notary 1'ublic.
:WATCH THE PROGRESS OFj
FARM DEVELOPMENT IN WYOMING!
THE RICHEST DEVELOPED STATE IN THE WEST
GO WITH ME on one of our personally conducted landseekers' excursions to
THE BIG HORN BASIN the first and third Tuesdays of each month, and
see what the farmers are doing on these new lamb where the Burlington
Railroad is building new lines; where new towns ofler splendid business op
ening in all lines of trade and profession.
EXAMINE THESE LANDS PERSONALLY with me. I will help you to pick
out the best. I am employed by the Burlington Railroad for this purpose.
OUR HOMESEEKERS TICKET allows joi 25 days with Btop overs every
where in homeseekers territory; ample time to examine the lands and spend
a few days fishing in the mountain streams if you like. See the irrigated
lands where the ditches are built by the Government and also by private
companies, and the Mondell C20-acre FREE homesteads all on ene trip.
Special prepared Wyoming literature just eft the press.
Write for it today.
D. CLEM DEAVER, General Agent,
Landseekers' Information Bnreau,
1004 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
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