The Wealth makers of the world. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1894-1896, November 28, 1895, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE WEALTH MAKERS.
November 28, 189S
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THE GRADUATED TAX.
It woo in A'rniiwh Jad Manor"'? nl Kill
Off All TruU and Combines.
The National Graduated Tax society,
which has its headquarters at Herlln,
Pa., and which publishes a quarterly
there in advocacy of its theory of tax
ation, has for its object the passage by
congress of alaw establishing a gradu
ated national tax, the proceeds to be
used in administering the government
and the surplus in making public im
provements. The proposition is worthy
of consideration and study by all who
are interested in better government
and just relations between the classes.
The plan of the graduated tax seems
to be more just and reasonable than
the tax upon land values, solely, which
is advocated by that faction of reform
ers known as the single taxers, inas
much aa it proposes to tax all descrip
tions of property, while the single
taxers would exempt all prop
erty, except land, from taxation.
While the single taxers have a
very boautiful theory that wealth
created by the possessor through his
Industry and good management should
not be subject to the burdens of taxa
tion while it is possible for the ex
penses of the commonwealth to be
met by a tax upon the profits of values
which have been created by the com
munity, still the fact remains that, un
til the equilibrium of society, which
they assert would be brought about by
their theory of taxation, has been
established, there would be a class of
millionaires and corporations who have
amassed immense wealth under pres
ent unjust conditions who would go
scot free. The graduated taxers pro
pose to tax land values and all other
values as well, which seems much more
equitable and just Land values are
not the only values which have been
created by the community. As a
matter of fact, it is the com
munity which creates all values,
except such as the ox finds in a good
pasture, or as the aborigine of a South
sea Island found in a banana grove be
fore the sails of commerce disturbed
his quiet. Any valuable thing before
it becomes wealth must be accumu
lated, and accumulation beyond the
personal needs of the possessor is val
ueless in the absence of community.
All wealth is the product of the land,
and it is no more just to permit an in
dividual or an association to monopo
lize the product of the land than it
would be to permit a monopoly of the
land itself. The accumulation of vast
wealth by individuals and associations
has been made possible by unjust so
cial conditions, and this wealth should
now be compelled to bear the burdens
of government and foot the bills for
necessary improvements.
The Graduated Tax society has had
a bill before congress, and for the com
ing second session of the Fifty-third
congress the bill will be known as
House Bill 4,808. The income tax bill
which was passed by congress was de
cided by the supreme court to be un
constitutional because it exempted in
comes below a certain figure, thereby
making it class legislation. The grad
uated taxers, it is presumed, will avoid
this snare by making the tax appli
cable 'to all incomes or all wealth,
whether in large or small holdings,
but graduated according to the amount
held by an individual or corporation.
As the income tax bill was passed by
congress, it would not seem to be an
impossibility to secure the passage of
this bill. But the chances aro against
it The revenues derived from it
would be so enormous that it would do
away with the necessity for the pres
ent system of internal revenue; tariff
duties for revenue would no
longer be necessary, and that would
take away the ammunition with which
the two old parties light their cam
paigns; it would shortly extinguish the
national debt, and that would leave
no excuse for government bon'ds,
which would kill the national banks.
It would reduce the burdens of the
producing classes and increase the ob
ligations of the exploiting classes, and
that is a thing to which the latter do
not propose to submit while money can
influence elections or bribe legislators.
It would approach an equality of taxa
tion though, as Gen. Percy Daniels, of
Kansas, the author of the bill, very
t truthfully says, it would not at first
nearly reach it Equality of taxation,
as defined by Mill, is an equality of
sacrifice. Under this definition it is
easily seen how great a discrepancy
there is between our present methods
and justice in taxation.
The immense sum that would be
raised by the bill under consideration,
as explained by the author, should be
used lor such specific purposes as
would hasten its return to the pockets
of the people, and in this process leave
evidence of permanent benefit The bill
includes measures for accomplishing
this providing that after the expenses
of assessment and collection have been
met, the balance shall be appropriated
for these purposes, as follows: First, to
pay pensions, interest on the public
debt, and all other war charges, in
-eluding the balance now due ex-soldiers
on account of the dishonest
money in which they were paid; sec
ond, the support of the military estab
lishments of the states; third, after a
liberal appropriation for the above
purposes, there would be left from a
--billion to a billion and a half of dollars
to be used in setting all our idle labor
at work on an extensive system of pub
lic improvements to Improving our
water ways; to building great storage
reservoirs at every available point on
the tributaries, large or small, of our
fivers, for decreasing the spring floods
and increasing the dry weather flow;
to rebuilding and improving country
roads, and to establishing forest parks.
San Luis Obispo (Cal.) Reasoner.
Thousands of people are only just
beginning to study the question, "What
is capital?" If it be true that it is
"stored labor," then how can these
men own so much "stored labor?" If
it be true that all large aggregations
of wealth are "collections of stolen
oronertv.' don't we have a new rule
lor the settlement of this question? II
It is our right, let's take what belongs
to na bv tax on incomes and inherit-
I " - - " 1 m
OUR nvB-HALF PRICE
$20,000 WORTH
SUITS,
OVERCOATS,
ULSTERS,
AT ONE-HALF PRICE.
They are principally small lots every one a great bargain the
largest sale of the season. We have added several lots of
PANTS
at $3.00
To our sale. Also lined GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, and CAPS.
Browning,
Morgan County, Colorado
Morgan county is not "way out on the
frontier." Don't allow any idoa of that
sort to take possession of you. Nothing
could be further from the truth. Morgan
county is more prosperous than any sec
tion of equal size m Illinois or Ohio. Its
citizens are ns intelligent as any in the
country. Its educational and religious
advantages as good as the best. Its cli
mate as healthful and pleasant as any in
the world. You must visit Morgan
county to appreciate it properly.
Morgan county Has any number ot ad
vantages ovornine outof every ten farm
ing sections of the United States. No
crop failures; ho inuluriu; no hot winds;
no intense heat; no bitter cold, me peo
ple are friendly. The system of irrigation
is co-operative and economical.
This year s yields are beyond belief.
Think of ten per cent of the wheat fields
iu tho county averaging 50 bushels to the
acre. Outs, barley, corn, potatoes and
alfalfa made juHt as good u showing.
One man made $1,.150 from three acres of
onions. Another has already received
1 1,520 from the proceeds of 70 acres of
wheat. A third cleared SjHisO lroin bees
alone.
The prico of land ranges from $15 to
$30 per acre including perpetuul water
right. 80 acres are as much as one man
can farm and if lie goes in for market
gardeningor fruit raising both of which
are very successful tlicre he will find
that 40 acres will knep him busy.
Detailed information about Morgan
County together with full particulars of
this year's crops is contained in an
illustrated booklet issued by the Passen
ger Departmentof the Burlington Route,
atid now ready for free dHitribution. A
copy will be mailed to any one who will
write to J. rrancis, U. V. A. Omaha, iseb.
for it.
The democrat like Senator Vest,
who wears himself out talking- for free
silver and then says if the democrats
nominate a gold standard candidate he
will give him a hearty support, and all
loyal democrats will rally to his sup
port, may be an astute politician, but
he is alike destitute of principle or
patriotism. Partyism is all he can
boast of. Star and Kansan.
James nogan, one of the directors
of the A. R. U., who was recently re
leased from jail.'has been nominated
for congress by the people's party of
Utah. The papers of that section
seem to think that he will win.
Heart Disease Cured
By Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
Fainting, Weak or Hungry Spells, Irregu
lar or Intermittent Pulse, Fluttering or Pal
pitation, Choking Sensation, Shortness of
Breath, Swelling of Feet and Ankles, are
symptoms of a diseased or Weak Ileart.
MRS. N. C. MILLER.
Of Fort Wayne, Ind., writes on Nov. 29, 1894:
"I was afflicted for forty years with heart
trouble and suffered untold agony. I had
weak, hungry spells, and my heart would
palpitate so hard, the pain would be so acute
and torturing, that I became so weak and
nervous I could not sleep. I was treated by
several physicians without relief and gave
up ever being well again. About two years
ago I commenced using Dr. Miles' Remedies,
One bottle of the Ileart Cure stopped all
heart troubles and the Restorative Nervine
did the rest,and now I sleep soundly and at
tend to my household and social duties with
out any trouble.
Sold dt druggists. Book sent tree. Address
Dr. Mile Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Eiles' Remedies Restore Health.
SALE IS STILL Off. j)l
: i
of HEN'S. BOY !
j a & i k a a u a a aw a i - r
E
and. $4.00
King & Co.,
1 0 1 3 to 1 0 1 9 O
LINCOLN, NEB.
St.,
What' a Man to Do?
Lonesomeby Hello, old man!
Thought I'd come around and condole
with you. My wife is also away.
Widowly Don't be sarcastic. It's not
the loneliness that worries me, but the
matter of letter-writing.
Lonesomby How so?
Widowly Well, If I fill my letters
with declarations of love, and tell her
how much I miss her, she'll come home
to enjoy the sentimentality at closer
range; if I write an indifferent letter,
she'll come home to see what's the mat
ter; and if I don't write at all, she'll
come home to see if I've run off with
another woman. So what's a man to
do? Truth.
What Tut It Out
"Accidents?" said the old sea captain.
"No, we never have any to speak of on
this line. Why, one trip, about a year
ago, the ship caught fire down in the
hold and we never discovered it till we
got Into port and began to unload."
"That's strange. What put the fire
out?"
"Why, it burned down through to the
sea and the water put it out. Couldn't
burn the water, you know."
And the captain walked away smil
ing, while the interlocutor was so as
tonished that he never thought to ask
why the ship did not sink.
Colored Remarks.
De mos' dangerous hole in a man's
pocket is at de top. One drop ob scan
dal will spread ober a whole lifetime.
A good menny men maik delr bes' time
on de wrong track. Cupid is alius rep
resented as a baby because lub so fre
quently dies in hits Infancy. Gib de
people two pieces ob gossip at once an'
dey'll 'cept de one wid de mos' slandab.
in hit. Ef yo' wanter git eben wid an
enemy to get nis existence an' go toe
wurk too amount toe sumthin'. Arkan
saw Thomas Cat.
Old Memories.
Little Girl Gran'pa says he remem
bers w'en the snow was so deep It was
up to his waist.
Little Boy When?
"Oh, ever so long ago!"
"Mebby It was w'en he was a littH
aby." New York Weekly.
Dr. Madden. Ere. Ear. Nose, and
Throat diseases, over llock Island
ticket office, S. W. cor. 11 and O streets.
Glasses accurately adjusted.
New Lincoln-Sioux City Train Service
The Elkhorn Line Northwestern now
provides additional to the regular after
noon trains to Sioux City a morning
train by which passengers reach that
place at 1:35 p. in., thus enabling them
to reneti many points ueyuuu mo
t - a I ...J4-I- nn rvtn
day. In the St. I'nul service a dining car
has been added which serves supper north
hound nnd breakfast south bound.
S. A. Mosher. Gen!. Agt. S. A. rielding
City ticket ngi ut, 117 So. 10th St.
FROM LINCOLN
is the SHORT Lino
(operating its o wn tracks)
jfiTt.Ni I'm to Marshalltown, teaar
Ranids. Clinton. Chicago, Milwaukee,
Madison, Usnfcosti, u on au i.ac, oiuua
Hitv. St. Paul. Minneapolis. Duluth. In
Chicago connections are made with 22
diverorino' lines. In St. Paul, Union
dtpot with 1U lines uusurpasseu time
made to eastern and nortnenstern emeu.
For tickets, etc.. call at city ottiee 11
So. 10th St., or depot comer S and 8th
Sts.
T)r. Madden. Ere. Ear. Nose, and
Throat diseases, over Rock Island
ticket office, S. W. cor. 11 and O streets
Glasses accurately ad justed.
Gabled Field and Hog Fence,
utAUinohM hiuhi Steel Web Picket Lawn Fence:
Steel Posts and 8tel RailR-.Tree.Flower and Tomato
i. uIAl U'Ihi k'nnna llnnrfl.etlV CatJalOUnO tree.
DeKALB FENCE CO., m High St., OeKalb, III.
HAVE YOU FIVE
OR MORE COWS!
If go a " Baby" Cream Separator will earn lta cost for
you every year. Why continue an Inferior system
another year at so (rreat a loss J Dairying Is now the
only profitable feature or Agriculture, rropeny cou
rt ncfHrf it. nlwnvii Davs well, and must pay vou. You
ni a Snnamtor. and vou need the J F.8T, the
" Baby." All styles and capacities. Prices, $75.00
upward. Send for new 1S95 Catalogue.
THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO.,
Branch Offices : General Office:
ELGIN, ILL. 74 00RTLANDT ST.. NEW YORK.
WAV PKISSS.
THE
BEST
STEEL
FULL CIRCLE.
SOLD CN EASY TERMS.
SCOTT HAY PRESS Co.
am Wtil 6tK St. Kmoa C'vtvi Mo.
METAL
WHEELS
for your
WAGONS.
Any eise yon want, 20
loWin high. Tiros 1
to 8 in. wide hobs to
at any szle. Nave
(.'oxt many times in
seaton to have let
of low wheels to fit
your wagon for hauling
irram. fodder, manure.
bogs, o. No reletting of
tires. Oatl'g free. Address
EMPIRE MFG. CO
Quincy-, III
Scott's ...
Carbo-Digestive
Compound.
Positively the One Remedy for the treat
ment of
Nervous Exhaustion,
Simple and Aggravated
forms of Dyspepsia, and
Palpitation of the Heart.
Does your food sour after eatinir? Artj
you eaBiiy coniusea ana exciteur uo
you get up in the morning tired and un-
refreshed. ana witn a Daa taste in ins
mouth?
Is there a dull cloudy sensation, at
tended bv diwncreeable feelings in th
head and eyes7
Are vou irritable and restless?
Does vour heart thump and cause you
to gasp for breath after climbing a flight
of stairs?
Does it distress you to he on the left
tide?
Have vou impaired memory, dimness
of vision, depression of mind and gloomy
forebodinirs?
These symptoms mean that you ar
nffprinff from DvsneDsia and Nervous
Exhaustion.
There is no other remedy extant that
ban done so much for this class of
troubles as
Scott's Carbo-Digestive
Compound.
If your case has resisted the usual
methods of treatment we are particu
larly anxious to have you give this com
pound a trial.
We guarantee reiiei in every case ana
ill cheerfully refund your money should
our remeay iaii to proauce toe muni
1 Al A.
ratifying results.
i'lease remember tnac tne appeiiauom
"Patent Medicine does not apply to
Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound.
It is a Drenaration tut up by a leading
physician who has made stomach and
nervous troubles a specialty for years.
We court investigation and earnestly
urge all physicians to write us for the
formula of SCOTT'S CAItCO-DIGES-TIVE
COMPOUND, which we will mail
on annlication. that they may satisfy
themselves of its Harmless cnaracter ana
excellent virtues.
Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound
is the most remarkable remedy that
science has produced. It has succeeded
where all other medicines have failed.
Sold by druggists everywhere at $1.00
r bottle. Sent to any address in
America on receipt of price.
Don't forget that we cheerfully refund
your money if results are not satisfac
tory. Order direct if your druggist doea
not have it.
Address all orders to
CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO.,
Topeka, Kas.
Sheriff Sale
Notice la hareby Riven, that by virtue of an
order of sale Issued by tb Clerk of the District
Court of the Third Jndicial District of Nebraska.
within and for Lancaster county. In an action
wherein Jane A. Heacock is plaintiff, and Urant
A. Bash, et al, are defendants 1 will, at 3 o'clock
P.M.. on the 17th dav of DecemMr, A.D. lfKfi, at
the Kaat dnor of the Court Huune. in the City of
Lincoln, Lancaster Countv, Nebraska, offer tor
ale at public auction the following described
rani natnte to-wit:
l.nt un inhered Twentr-three (28), in Block
number Three (S). In Cottaire Home Addition to
the City of Lincoln, Lancaster county, neoraaas
aoxnrdinir to tha recorded Dint thereof.
Wen under my hand this 11th day of Novem
ber. A.D, 1BV0.
' FRED A. MILLER.
bhertft.
WOK
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TO THOROUGHLY QUALIFY THEMSELVES as Bookkeepers
and Am&nueiises. There is going to be a brisk revival of bus n ess
and now is thb tims to prepare yourself for a good position. The
LINCOLN BUSINESS COLLEGE
fV) Uar?t?d
LrlNGOLrN NORMAL UNIVERSITY,
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
STTJDEJfT'S CAS EHTEB AT ANT TIME. SO EBTKAJTCS EXAMINATIONS.
Th best building's and equipments. The ablest faculty and the most satis
factory work. Common sense courses of study. If you are a
teacher you will be interested in the tollowiug i
Normal
FIRST
WAhV SBHEBTBS, 16 WEEKS. WHITES IEUESTEB, If WEEKS. 10111118 SBMESTBB, It WEEKS,
First Term, Second Term, Third Term, Fourth Term, Fifth Term, Sixth Term,
I weeks. t weeks. 8 weeks. t weeks. I weeks. week.
Orthoepy. School mangt. Geography. Geography. History. History.
Arithmetic. Arithmetic. Arithmetic. Arithmetic. Bookkeeping. Word Analyst)
Grammar. Grammar. Grammar. Physiology. Physiology. Civil Gov'm't.
Mental Arlth. Penmanship. Heading. Vocal Mueie. Drawing. Drawing.
Debating. Debating. 'Debating. Debating. 'Debating. 'Debating.
Physical Cult. Physical Cult. Physical Cult. Physical Cult. Physical Cult. Physical Cult.
SECOND TEAR.
Algebra. Algebra. Algebra. Plane Geom. Plane Geom. Solid Oeomtry
fLat. LiessoHi. t Lat. Lessons, t Lat. Lessons. Casar. tCaear. fCaesar.
Rhetoric. Rhetoric. Rhetoric. Physical Geog. Botany. Botany.
Gen'l Hintory. Gen'l History. Gen'l History. Eng. History. Eng. History. Political Bees.
Prin. of Edu. School Mngt. Physics. Physics. Biology. Zoology.
Ele. Science, 'Ele. Science. 'Ele. Science. Ele. Science. 'Ele. Hcience. Kle. Bciene.
Literature. 'Literature. Literature. 'Literature. 'Literature. 'Literature,
Once a week. fLatin 1 optional in this course.
Ton pun iret in addition to the above the Preparatory. Pedagogic, Scientific, Literary, Classic,
Business. Shorthand, Music, Band, Orchestra, Oratory, Telegraphy, Kindergarten, Fine Art, or
Pen Art Course. EXPENSES.
It it cheaper to attend school here than it Is to stay at home. In any of the regular courses we give
Tuition, Board, and Roum for one term
Tuition, Board, and Room lor one year
Write to us for catalogue and particulars.
BILL M. BELL, President.
JOHN CARR, Vice PresiOent.
PUBLIC
POLAND-CHINA
BERKSHIRE
Saturday, November 30th, 1895.
A draft from the well-known "Furnas County Herd" of 70 head of Tops,
A combination of the best blood known to the Poland-China and Berkshire
breeds will be found concentrated in this offering. They are sired by 5 first
class boars, and their dams are a select lot of tried sows. Here is your chance
to buy the foundation stock for a pure bred herd. I will also sell four thorough
bred Ilolstein bulls. Terms of Sale On sums of $10.00 aud over a credit of
one year will be given at 10 per cent, on approved note, with 5 per cent off
for cash. Parties from a distance desiring credit, will please furnish bank
reference. Sale at my farm 9 miles southwest of Beaver City, 15 miles north
of Norton, Kansas. Send for Catalogue.
COL. BRANSON, Auct H. S.
BOARDING, FEED AND 8 ALE STABLES.
CASH ADVANCES MADE ON
ALL CONSIGNMENTS.
REFER TO ANY CINCINNATI BANK.
WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS.
BRANSON
FAMILY KNITTING MACHINE
The simplest, the best, the ONLY satisfactory
t amiiy nnicier now id ine mantel, me
B&me machine we have told for twenty
years at 25. No excuse now for
buying worthless toys. Complete with foil
illustrated book of Instructions. Knits any
article wanted In the home of wool or
eotton, factor? or homespun.
Writ,
for
BRAJiSOX KNITTING MACHINE CO.,
506 St, John Street, Philadelphia, Pa,
Circular.
THE KEYSTONE .
DEHORHER
(?) Oats olean on all sides-does not crush. The
; most humane, rapid ana durante Kane
) made, fully warranted. Highest World's
mr Award, oescnntive uircuiars f ree.
ttA.C.BROSIUS, Cochranville, Pa.
WOVEN WE FENCE
OverSOStyles
The best on Earth. Horsehieh.l
Hull strong. 1'iK and Chicken I
tiRht. You can mnke from 40!
to 60 rods 11" day lor livm I
14 to 22c. a Rod.
Illustrated catalogue Free.
KITSELMAN BROS..
RidKeville. - Indiana, i
SULPHO-SALINE
Bath House and Sanitarium
il)
Corner 14th & M Sta.,
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
Open at All Hours Day and Night
All Forms of Baths.
Turkish, Russian, Roman, Electric.
With Special attention to the application ot
NATURAL SALT WATER BATHS.
everal tlmea stronger than sea, water.
Hhenmatlsm. ftktn. Blood and Nervous Dl-
easas, Liver and Kidney Troubles and Chronic
Ailments are treated successfully.
gSea Bathing)
iav be enloyed at all seasons In onr larn SALT
SWIMMING POOL, 60x143 feet. A to 10 feet deep,
heated to uniform temperature of 80 degree.
Drs. M. H. & J. O. Everett,
Managing Physicians.
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Can do more for you in sii months than any other
school in Nebraska. Write for particulars. Gladly
sent to you by addressing D. R. LILLIBRIDGE,
President, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Coursa.
TEAR.
for. ... 24 00
for 123 00
Address,
LINCOLN NORMAL UNIVERSITY,
Normal,
jiu,uui,hiiim.
SALE!
WILLIAMSON, Beaver City, Neb.
FIRST-CLASa EQUIPMENTS
AN O ( ATTENTION.
Windsor Stables
W. A. REESE, Proprietor.
1024 I. Street,
LINCOLN, NEB.
'Phone 232.
Established 1850.
F. JELKE & SOU,
53 Walnut Street,
Cincinnati, O.
Commission Merchants and
dealers in Broom Corn and all kinds
of Broom Materials & Machinery.
II. E. KEELOR.
Breeder of
Chester-White & Poland-China Swin8
Herd compossd of a choice se
lection of premium aniimiia.
Btock shipped to all parts of II.
8. Write wants. Clarence. Mo.
Berkshire, Chester White,
Jersey Red & Poland China
iPmfL Jersey. Guernsey A Hol-
stein Cattle. Thoroughbred
8he9P. Fancy Ponltry.Hunting
t XI iIah flatnlniTiiM.
S. W. SMIT
W BUU iLUUETO ... , , A
ochranville, Chester Co Pa.
D
nmi V ft If Celebrated Femate
If illllJW Powders never fA.
vsi Tti m1 iwii fan rod sure (after mirag
6t. $. I. Si-kW. BoMM. Htm.
PILLS!
(Safe and sure.. sEN0 4c.Ftm"W0MAir9 safi
rciiBDn:' Wilcox Specific Co, Pmila..Pa-
FIVE FACTS.
THE
Great Rock Island Route!
Cheap
Outing Excursions.
First For the National Educational Meeting
at Denver, opening July 5th, the rate will be one
fare plus $2 00 lor round trip Tickers good to
return and time up to and including 8ept. 1st.
Second The reuulnr Tourist Car to California
via Kansas City runs once a week, and leaves
Chicago every Thursday at 6 p.m., Kansas City
at 10.60 a.m. every Friday. Tickets based on
second class rate, and car runs on fastest trains,
and known as the l'hllllps-Kock Island Tourist
Excursions. Car arrives at Colorado Springs
Saturday, 7:115 a.m.
Third Home-Seeker's Excursions to Texas
and New Mexico. Next one June 11th. Kate, on
fare for ronnd trip. Tickets good twenty days.
fourth For Mexico City the Kock Island
runs a through sleeper from Kansas City dally
at 8:40 p.m. via Topeka, McFarland, Wichita and
Fort Worth and Austin to San Antonio. Two
routes from there are International R. R. to
Laredo, and Mexican National to the City of
Mexico; Southern Pacific and Mexican Interna
tional via Spotford and Eagle Pass to City of
Mexico,
Connections are also made at Fort Worth via
the Texas Paclfle to El Paso, and over the Mexi
can Central to City of Mexico.
Flfih Send to address below for a Souvenir
ealled the "Tourist Teacher," thaf gives much
Information to tourist, isent free.
JOHN SEBASTAIX, O. P. A.,
Chicago.
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