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From the SicnaLl
B. H. Schroder came np from Co
lambiu Saturday evening, having com
pleted his work in the county clerk'e
Ex-State Superintendent Fowler was
in onr town Wednesday night. He
came to sen ProfesEorLecron on a bus
The piling for the mill dam has
arrived and on Tuesday they com
menced to drive thorn. It is estimated
that it will rake about six weeks to
complete the dam.
Henrylfahone? started yesterday for
his homestead in Wheeler county, ex
poctiBg to bo gone about a wcefe. He
took about two thousand young forest
trees with him and will plant them.
Will Riley anil Wm. O'Callaghan
started on Tuesday noon train for
their homesteads in the neighborhood
of Pierre. S. D. Kiley will be absent
bnt a few days, but O'Callaghan lias
a job for the summer in Pierre.
P. E. Luchsinger, cashier of the
Platte County bank went to Colnm
bu Wednesday evening to superintend
the packing of his household goods
preparatory to shipping them here. He
will occupy the houso now occupied
by Dr. Pngh.
Joe Freveit started Tuesday morn
ing for his homestead on the Rosebud
reservation. He went this morning
for tho pnrposo of plastering
and otherwise preparing his house for
occnpancy. Tho family will more
there next week ami make it their
home during tho summer at least. .Toe
will return here the last of the month
and will continuo to conduct tho sa
Joseph Smith has resigned his po
sition as clerk at Gray's and accepted
work as night man at the U. P. freight
'JL'he citizens of Platte Center will
hold a special election next Wednesday,
the proposition ro vote bonds for a new
school honse to replace tho one which
was consumed by tiro last fall.
Platte Canter sports ni-e busy organ
izing a base ball association and will
soon be prepared to make a little
troublo in that lino for the county seat
(From tho Democrat.)
Mr. Wnrdetnan, who is superintend
ing the construction of the new paro
chial school building, moved his
family to town this weelc and is oc
cupying the Jas. Myers house in South
: Tom Solt moved his restaurant this
week into the building recently va
cated by Smith Want's saloon, and
when tho place it put in the condition
which Mr. Solt contemplates it will
present a fine appearanco. The bowl
ing alley will be run in connection
with the restaurant.
Henry Rodehorst was un from Co
lumbns Monday and put tho lininish
ing touches on tho sale of sonio lots
in southwest Hnmphrey to Rout, and
W. J. Cave. Tho sale was mado
through tho real estate agency of Obn
Terwillegar. We nnderstaud that tho
Cave boys contemplate erecting houses
on their lots this summer for their
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pohl left Hum
phrey for Omaha Monday. Mr. Pohl
is as yet undecided as to what they
will do, bnt he expects to move to
Louisville, this state and engago in
business for himself. Tho bnst wishes
of a host of Humphrey people follow
Mr. Pohl and his wifo for their suc
cess and happiness.
The Creston ball team defeated the
home team in a hard Iought camo of
ball on tho local diamond Sundav
afternoon. The score was eleven to
seven in favor of Creston. Tho Hum
phrey boys are getting some good prac
tice oat of tho games and for a kid
nine are holding their own wonder
fully well with tho older and mora
(From Tli Time.)
The Junior League of the Methodist
church sent a case of eggs to tho M.
E. hospital in Omaha Wednesday, as
aa Easter offering.
Although it costs a thousand dollars
to secare a saloon license in Spaldinsr,
yet five men are willins to put np for
tae privilege of dispensing Honor, thus
enriching the village treasury $2.."H)0
and the school fund a like amount.
E. J.Newman received a letter from
Los Angeles Tuesday 6tating that his
son John W. Newman, who is engag
ed as an engineer on the Santa Fe
road was severely injured in a wreck
while switching in tho yards at Los
Angeles. His face was lacerated in a
horrible manner, and ho will be off
dnty for several weeks.
From tno lioaiter. I
Mrs. Henry Robertson went to Co
Iambus to visit relatives on Wednes
day. The Mesdames McKensize of Albion
and Sprecher of Norfolk, arrived in
the city the first of the week to attend
Narka Lander's funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Burke, who have
been at Omaha the past two weeks
witn little Emily, returned the first
of the week.lKmily having practically
recovered from her illness.
Bill had a bill-board, Bill also had
a board bill. The board bill boared
Bill so that Bill sold the billboard to
pay his boardbiU. So after Bill sold
nis billboard to pay his board bill the
board! bill no longer boared Bill.
News was received in this city
the hut of the week that Charlie
Haddia, who recently went toGregorv
county. South Dakota, to settle on
his homestead, and Miss Betsy Antler,
son of this city were married at Nio
hara the first of last week. Tnts was
news to their Genoa friends as it 'was
aappofed that Charlie iateaded to j
" Bach" it for a year or two. '
The homegrown, hand-spanked,
bare footed, hard-fisted country boy, '
remarked the Tecnmseh Oklahoma
Choif tain, " makes a better flgth in
the battle of life than the pampered,
nigh colored, creased trousered youth
of onr cities whose rlothes have been
dusted with a whisk brcuin instead of
a f-hiugle. Let the town boy out of a
job try a year en tho farm. Plowing
behind a mule will take the kinks
out of his throat and the weakness
ont of his legs and will give him an
ipnetite, an nonost living and a sight
The death of Narca Landers yester
dav morning cast a shadow of gloom
over the entire community. The de
ceased was the only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Landers of this citv
and wonld have been 15 years old
Angust next. The cause of her death
was kidney trouble following an at
tack of grippe. All the medical science
could do was done to ward off the
grim monster, and Tuesday hopes of
ner recovery were entertained, bnt
she began to fail rapidly Tuesday
night and died at six o'clock Wednes
day morning. Tho henrtfclt sympathy
of the entire community goes out to
the sorrowing parents aud relatives
in this their honr of alHiction. The
funeral was held Friday at the resi
dence at 3 ::S9 p. m. and the remains
interred in the Genoa cemetery.
Frightful Suffering Relieved
SnlTerinc frightfully from the viru
lent poisons of undigested food.C. G.
Grayson, ofLnla, Miss.,tookUr.King'6
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he writes, "that I was cured." All
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Fred and Henry Clausen left over
land Tuesday forBonesteel where they
Hugh Vizzard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Vizzard and WalterRoberts left
overland Tuesday for Pierae, South
Dakota to look after their claims.
These boys are some more hustlers
from St. Edward and will surelv
bring success to themselves.
Ralph McFayden son of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. McFavdcn and one of onr
most promising and popular young
men left overland for the Rosebud
country where he has a fine claim near
St. Elmo. South Dakota.
The Albion News of this week says
that Father O'Donoghue who attends
the doness hero and at Albion soon
leaves for Bancroft and Father Crow
ley ot Bancroft will be tho priest for
these two points. Father O'Donoghue
has been made many friends here and
is with regret wo learn of his leav
ing. Misses Edna Smith, Nellie McFay
den, Anna Goetz and Vivan Wimberly
drove to Genoa Sunday aud while
driving home in tho evening their
team became frightened at the special
train coming toward them and shied
into a barb wiro fence. Tho girls
were fortunate in only having the
team slightly damaged.
Kidney trouble often ends fatally,
bnt by choosing the right medicine,
E. H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove. Iowa,
cheated death. He says:' 'Two years
ago bad Kidney Troublo, which caus
ed mo great pin, suffering and anxiety
but I took Electric Bitters, which
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found them of great benefit in gener
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Word was received in Leigh last
night that Miss Winnie Munger and
Mr. Edward Krnegor, both of Pilger
were married in Uranha Tuesday. Tho
bride is a sister of Mrs. H. P. Buh
mau rind Gladys Mnnger of Leigh and
is well and favorably known here.
Tho groom is a prosperous merchant
Sinco the article regarding the ill
ness of Albin Hansen, in another place
in this paper in tho print. Dr. J. 11.
Lowery has returned from Omaha and
states that Mr. Hansen was operated
on for appendicitis yesterday morn
ing, by Dr. A. P. Condon, at the
Mercy Hospital in Council Bluffs. Mr.
Hansen stood tho operation nicely and
the indications are that ho will re
cover and bo homo in a fow days .
Ben Burger died yesterday morning
at his home fonr miles sonth of town
after a lingering illness. Tho deceas
ed was one of the prosperous farmers
of the county. Ho leases lesides a
widow several children and a largo
circlo of friends to mourn his death.
Ho was a member of the Modern
Woodmen of America at this place
and carried ?-,600.00 life insurance
in the order. In the local order of
Sons of Herman ho also carried a
policy, and was a member of the Odd
Last Hope Vanished.
When leading physicians said that
W. M. Smithart, of Pekin, la., had
incurable consumption, his last hope
vanished; but Dr. King's New Dis
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Colds, kept him out of his grave.- He
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Miss Aaaa Smith has 180 chickens
hatched ont this spring.
Chae Watts was hanling brick for
his brother Arthnr Monday.
Miss Anna Smith and Mrs. T. W.
Blackmore drove to Colnmbus Tues
day. Mrs. F. L. Lewis of Weeping
Water is visiting her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. fcdwin Hoare.
The mombers of the Baptist church
gave an oyster supper last Monday
evening and presented their pastor
with a new set of harness.
Louis and Willie Jones have a piece
of spring wheat put in with ' a press
drill on fall plowing that is as good
as some pieces of winter wheat.
Mrs. Keeler, accoatpaaiad by her
daaghcer Hattie and Eric Johuton
retaraed 'Tuesday from their ranch
west-of Albion. They are well pleased
with the ontlobk for their est tie thi
sammer and Oscar Schiiliug will 'toy
onthe ranch ana look after th? stcck
Tnegirbj are teaching him th ins and
outs of cooking and we predict ho will
be putting up some protty good dealt--.
(From the Heulj!ir-iu.)
J. B. Keller shipped it -r of cntrle
and a car of nous to South Omaha
AVis Anua Mar v.-i:t to Ke.irmy
Tuesday wl ere -he ill visit about
two weeks with her sister, MisOIiv.
Wm. Webster reported .(51 inches of
rain up to Thursday morning, and
with what fell during the day will
make a a total of one ii:ch.
B. W. Cole lft the fiist of the week
on a business trin t broach tho e: st.
He will visit Obirngn. Cincinnati and
points in Kentucky before his return.
W I. D-ivifl of Col ii ni In has been
working on the canal this week, nuik-l
ing necpssary repairs so that it turn
be (utilized should occasion requite
From tho present indications&Ionroe
will furnish over twntv cai didntp
for adoption at the meeting of the
state camp of Modern Woodmen at
Colnmbus May 2-:t.
At the seed farm thov are ha vim
the tiling finished mat was commen
ced last fall, so that the one hundred
acres they are coiug to plant in bott
will be properly drained.
J. A. Douglas of Cnloml.u, former
ly Union Pacific agent bore, war
greeting friends in Monroe Wednes
day, while enroute home from Genoa,
where he has bon reliaviug Agent
Miss Sophie Klaus of Columbus
visited her sister Lena this week.
Miss Nina Smith returned from
Silver Greek the first of the week.
Geo. Mahood of tbePalostino neigh
borhood was transacting business in
Mrs. Dawson McWilliams of Albion
and Mrs. Marshall McWilliams of El
gin were guests of Mouroe relatives
Roger B. Heanv one of tho old set
tlers near Cornlea is gradually recov
ering from a serious attack of typhoid
Pete Porterfield. well known as a
conductor on this branch for a gco i
many years, was killed, in the railroad
yards in South Onrnha last Saturday
while making up his train.
Jim Tates and Max Hange started
out to seek their fortunes Wednesday.
Thev are headed for outh Dakota,
where they have been lured by the
talcs of Joe Beller regarding that land
of milk and honey.
P. P.Riede was obl-'gjd to shoot one
of his fine trotting horses this week,
the animal having been kicked by an
other hose and having its leg broken.
Mr. Riede is entitled to sympatby
as the horse was not only a highlv
satisfactory driver but also represent
ed a good figure financially.
Charles Alfred Stone and MissXellie
Rood were united in matrimony Inst
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
the bride's pareuts seven miles south
west of Lindsay, the ceremony beinc
performed by Rev. Seaberg in the
presence of a large nnmber of friends
and relatives. Mr.Stouo is one cf the
leading young farmers of tho Looking
Glass country, while his bride is one
of the most cotnelv aud gracious
young ladies of a community fauiocs
for its handsome and estimable wo
men. The Opinion hopes this young
couple may enjoy all of carta's rich
est blessings and few of its sorrows.
Martin Morgan's son arrived Wed
nesday evening from Omaha, where
he has been attending school.
Assessor Kamaeker is getting in bis
work this week and reparts that Lind
say seems to bo settled mostly by
(From files oMonrnal April 2ft, ;.S71 )
J. C. Loiflis, L. H, North and N. J.
i'unl tuawTrteen appointed commission
ers of Howard comity, under a special
act of tho legislature ptcd last
Wo had several davs heavy blowing
last week, but no damage dono that
we have heard about. Hold roar hat
on. Yoa strangers to the west von
have come in a gocd time to know
how to bnild. what to provide for,
and what to expect. It i very mnch
better for us that tho rafters of our
houses tremble a little in tho wind
than that the bones of snr bodies
shake with the ague.
H. I. Severance writes an interest
ing lettor to tho Jonrnal from Mad
ison, part of which wo quote:" Think
ing a few lines irom one of the earl
iest settlers of this precinct would be
acceptable shall attempt to give yon
a brief history of the early settlement
of the beautiful valley of UnionCreck
I came here with my family four years
ago the tenth of August next, settled
on a quarter section of land pre-emption.
Then there were bnt- two sett
lers on Union Creek besides rajhPif.
H. M. Barnes and Chas. Hnylar. The
country here at that time, compared
with the present, was wild and lonely,
only one hnman habitation to be seen
from my rude honse. I had to travel
thirty-five miles to do my trading, and
when I wished to mail a letter, had
to go to Colnmbus it being the nearest
postoffice. Then, onr broad and fer
tile prairies had the appearance of a
fast uncultivated field, for at that time
there had not been a farrow struck
with the plow. Bnt now bow diff
erent! Instead of the howl of the wolf
we hear the sonnd of the cow bell, and
instead of a wild and uncultivated
conntry, we see beautiful fields, rich
and productive. At that time I fear
ed that this country would be many
years in settling but am glad to say
that I have been agreeably surprised.
I can count fifteen residences in sight
of my house instead of one, and the
little village of Madison is located
half a mile east of me."
Zuelow, the tailor is in Columbus
every week See hiss aboat that new
, mi e? ;::;; patiepAm ' 0-. Record, kill the cough i yyCTT . r r . n v 1
ort;. April 2. The
trial of Nan ''attrrsosi. aeruscJ o:
of Cf&r Yoitnar. be!-:i in
earne.-t b-foro Kcnrdor Gr.iT in tL
ccuit of general sessiuu;. llv-i
former hLrr.v irl bciamc faint at tae
clos of tli" session, necessitating a
hurried aij(,ui:'.;:ient of tho court. The
feature of :lu day's proceedings was
the opt.:iij; address of Assistant Dis-tri'-!
A!;riioy Rami, in which he out
lined '.-hat the prosecution intended
to prcvp. Up declared that Young
never "arried a jiihtol and that tho
state vo.iM prove that tho revolver
that killed Yonn was bought by Jo
seph Morgan Hnsith. the brother-in-law
or .Van Patterson. Mr. Rand an
nounced t.iat he would prove by sworn
evidence tbr.t during tho year Young
maintained Nan Patterson lie spent
$.-.0ft0 on her; that Nan Patterson
and the Smiths entered into the al
leged conspiracy to prevent Young
from Icaiiti!; this countrv. and to
avoid cv.ttiiu of their nijoyment of
his money. Young, 1- iitinued. act
ed as one marked !.u rlaughfr from
t!'o time he received tho alleged
thn -inning letter, in which, it is stat
ed. Julia .Smith, Kan Patterson's sis
ter, -..rote Young, 'Unless 3'ou do sec
Nan I cannot answer for the conse
quences." Mr. Jland said that the
prisoner's character would have an
important hearing in showing the mo
tive for the crime. The Smiths were
pnscrt during part of the proceed
ings. The petition filed by their coun
sel to compel District Attorney .Tc-rom-
i) give up letters taken from
them when they were arrested in Cin
cinnati was denied by Justice Gaynor
in the New iork supreme court.
FACXERS EMPLOYES TESTIFY
Federal Crand Jury Begins Examina
tion cf Agents.
Chicago. Apiil 21-The federal
grand jury which is investi.Tating the
business iransutions of the beef
industrv complete.! its examination,
for a time, into the operations of the
Aetna Trading company ant! the re
maining witnesses subpoenaed to tell
what they knew of this concern wore
excused. The jurors too!; up the testi
mony f witucst-os who are employed
by the packets. One of tho most im
poitant of these witnesses will be
Mrs. Mary 1. Marcey. author and ste
nographer, who was subpoenaed from
Kansas City. She will, it is said, pro
duce documentary evidence which she
secured while gathering material to
write stories concerning the packing
lndustiy. Mrs. Marcey was formerly
employed as a stenographer by one
of the concerns in Kansas City.
Di-trict Attorney Morrison said that
the jury will continue its Investigation
of the hoof industry until April 2?,
when the matter will be dropped un
til May 2 in order tc investigate" some
other matters. After, these cases arc
cleared up the beef inquiry will again
bo tahn up and cempletetl. No "In
dictnirnts on the main issue will ho
voted u.itil n'for May 2, according to
Storm in Colorado.
Trinidad, Colo., April 2n. Two feet
of wet. heavy snw covers this sec
tion and the indications are that the
storm :: not yet ov$r, as tho woathet
is sJi!l threatening. The Pisrpatoire
rh r, which overflowed its hanks las:
fall anil causcd damage to the Santa
IV railroad estimated at $"0o.0OJ, ir
rising rapidly and grae fears are en
tertaincd that the Hood will be re
peitoii. Some sections of railroad re
eentlv n paired v err damaged by the
ovcrHuwing of the river. A small
bridge o:i the C!'-rado and Southern
railroad was washed out. delaying
tiafile several hours. Owing to thr
destruction of the water mains supply
ing Trinidad, the hurincss section of
the city is entirely without water. The
main cannot he repaired until tho
river recedes. Many bad rock slides
are repented to have blocked traffic
on the Colorado and Wyoming rail
road. Telegraph and telephone lines
havo suffered considerably.
A Daredevil Ride
often ends in sad accident. To heal
accidental injuries, uso Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. "A deep wound in my
foot, from an accident." writes Theo
dore Sehneie, cfCoiumbus.O., "caused
mo great pain. Physicians were help
less, but Bncklon'3 Arnica Salve quick
ly healed it." Soothes r.ud heals
hur 1-? like magic, 2o cents Chas. H.
Da -k drnggis.
2ctice to Sefandants.
Cornel in-; Stsenis. Mary Steenis,
Anna K. Parker, Frank Pnrker,
Jan'o W. Siitlitr, William SutliJT,
William Bombers, John J. Steenis, a
minor over fourtoen vears of age aud
Jamrs Steenis, a minor ni:dr fourteen
years of age. iJpfiidants, will take
notice that on the l-ith day of April
U0.j. .Tulia Borcbors. plaintiff herein,
tiled her petition in the district court
of Platto county, Nebraska, against
said defendants, the object nnd prayer
of which are to havo a partition and
accounting for rents nnd profits for the
east hall of tho northeast (jnarter of
the northwest quarter of section eigh
teen, township twenty, north of range
one. oast of Sixth Principal Meridian
in Platto county, Nebraska; also a
tract of land situated in Ourlof'A" -f
tho village of Creston. Platte county,
Nebraska. described as follows : Bound
ed on the south by tho north line of
Elm street, on tho west by a line par
allel with and distant east sixty feet
frcm the extended east line of Sec
ond street, on the north by a line
parallel with nnd distant north one
hundred and forty feet from said
north lino of Elm Street and on the
eaf hv r. Un3 pimMo! with and dis
tant east one hundred act! eightv feet
from the said extended east line of
Second Street. That if partition of
said premises cannot bo bad, that said
premises may be sold and the pro
ceeds divideel among tho several par
ties as their interest may appear. Yon
are required to answer said petition
on or before the t weary-ninth (29th)
day of May, 1(W.
Julia Borchers, Plaintiff.
By McAllister and Cornelius, her
Dated April 19. l'.K)5. 3-0
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is so safe or as certain in results.
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Mrs. P. I. Cordier, of Maaalagtaa, Ky.( writes: If 7 taree-year
old girl had a severe case of croap; tae doctor said she could aot live
and I gave her up to die. I west to the store aad got a bottle of
jrvMKya Mxoncy man Jimr.
aaved her life."
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DR. CHAS. . PLflTZ
PhUftlGlan and Surgeon.
P.O. Block : : Columbus
6. J. GrtRLOW
Colombo State Bank
DONT WASTE GRAIN!
A Cheaply Made Wagon
Will Waste Enoagh
Grain to Bay a
Oar wagons will not scatter
ynurffrain while on the road to
market or overtax yonr horee
with needless heavy (fraught.
We keep only the Latest and BEST in
Baggies and Carriages
aVOur horse shoes stick
Mid don't lame your horses
Good bfcad bakers, as
well as beginners, can
always learn something
aew about making bread.
Send for oar bread book,
which explains "How to
Make Bread" with Yeast
Foam the best yeast in the
r Good home-made bread
is delicious, nutritious, and
beautiful, and is j ust as easy
to make as pie or cake, if
you nse Yeast Foam and
follow the directions.
which is the first essential
of good bread, imparts a
flavor and aroma of its own.
It's made of wholesome
vegetable ingredients, and
contains the secret of that
sweet, nutty, whenty taste
which is the delight of all
The secret is in the yeast.
Yeast Foam is sold by all
grocers. Kach package
contains 7 cakes enough to
make 40 loaves and sells
for 5 cents. It's the most
economical and the best, re
gardlessuof cost. Write for
the book to-day. We mail
NMTNWESTEf YEAST C4,
iae am aooe cave qncs rcuci
50c, $1.00. The 50 cent size contains two
mamamammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmr pjw - --. y
$1.00 bottla almost six times as mnch.
4mSiY SI AN. tVtRY flr PEHrOn!A;t IN camfdeil pries. CHEAT SMOWS. VJ-' . - -
-'B 1 fz V iB' P'tor vi'ti. fJcfirATrr txjupe or mm ctos im thi tr.T.PL wtip " . '
Eigaged at IheBipcst Salary ever pafd any Aliraciion.
Creating tliei Greatest Enthusiasm. Prxkici:i
THE HOST D9PARALLELEB SENSATION
And attracting more thousands than any othtr amiisemcnt feature ever h,ts done.
EVERY faORNING AT 10 O'CLOCK
GORGEOUS, NEW, FREE STREET PARADE
THE LARGEST, LONGEST, RICHEST, MOST NOVEL PUP.LIC HOLIDAY
PARADE EVER SEEN, cont.-minj: Alure Grand New Features, More Hore-,
More Elephants, More Men and Women, More Cages Dens, Tableaux L -rs
More Bands of Music, More Rare Wild Animal:, than any other Show rsees
TWO Grand, Complete EXHIBITIONS DAILY, afternoon ard night.
Doors Open at One-ind Seven P. M.. Peru finances Ccn'cnce One Hour Later.
.EaBaw aEaEssaaaEaVBH , rXfl itJpTaw W
S Tourist Oars Popular .
k Th idii timt ;mi inferior cFass of poople p:itriri' r
k thotiitirmt keepers is :i!i error "' m;m tnpd w
k only I he bet.t ehifs of tn:vIers sire found. m
A 'i hey sire merely men mid womon of mm
B lit'tnl sens" who would nil her travel at
I TO GflLIFORNIfl I
MW in this manner and save a snnr sum 1
V of money to be ueo1 )ce'.ii -re. Jtisbe- A
AW cinniui; to be nmlrr.-iKod that it is by no
mW nie.inB neeessary for the trave!or to spent! a lary
m Bum of money 111 order to enjoy a trip to the eo;:t.
mm If you crocs the eoritinent in 0110 of tie tourist Va
m t-!ci pers if tlie tt
M UNION PACIFIC I
B you will enjoy tlu trip and s:iu. eoiiMtJeralbi ML
W. II. KIINHAM. :iiib. Lf
Kansas City Southern Railway
Straight as the Crow Files "
KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF
PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY GF
CLIMATE, SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN A.N'Y OTHr
RAILWAY IN THE WORLD, FOR ITS LENGTH
Along lt line ere the finest land. suited for s:rr lai: sni ut gnii! corn. !' 1-.
cotton; forcmi!iercialajiiIMiinlic.u'Jiorclitrd-j. forthcr truitn n il . -"
rlfs; ior commercial cantaloupe. ijtat. tuaiato ami K-noral trucS furr .
lorHUsiir cane and rice cultivation, for merchantable tinilor. :r im:i.r
liorsej, mules, cattle, Uoffs, sheep, poultry and Angora goats.
Write for Information Conctrrsing '
FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS
Ntw Colony Locations. Improved Farms. MInerel Lsnds. Ftce Lands anil TiinSr.-
Lands, and for copies c! "Current events." Business Upiorlunitn.s. I
Rise Book. K. C S. Fruit Book !
Cheap round-trip homeseekcrd' Ueliets on sale Cr-:t and i'.t.u Tt.o 1,17941: '
THE SHORT LINE TO j
"THE LAND OF FULFSLLftSEr T "
. SVTTOV. Irf. Pass. Apt.
'S.BOCBLEK, Trav. Pass, and
EaXter CwrJ off Lung Trouble.
W. L. Stranb, Editor of St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times, writes:
"When coming across the bay from Port Tampa I got wet aid caught a
cold that affected my throat :xnd lungs. I neglected it, thinking I wonld
soon recover, bat I kept getting worse, until I bought a bottle orjj'oley'a
Bonev and tar. and it cured me comnlettlv." v
and one-half times as much as the small
HAS EVER SEEN.
2. G. 57A3in:2, Z-. V nnti "X. .
Imlg'a Ajrt., Ksas3 City.X'o.
size and the
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