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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 23, 1912.
Dr. G. E. Condra of State University
Suggests Methods of Procedure.
TAKES SLAP ATLAND GRAFTERS
Explains Flans by Wfelch Many Are
Cheated aad Throw Ltcht oa '
Mea Wha Carry Oa the
BT O. E. COXDRA. - ...
Director Nebraska Conservation and Soil
Survey, University of Nebraska.
Conservation stands for the right de
velopment of resources viewed In the light
of public welfare. This idea of equity
has permeated every department of In
dustry. It was first directed towards the
resources of basic Importance, such as
coal, iron, soil, water power and the
forest. Soon the major emphasis shifted
- as the notion that all useful plants and
animals as well as man came to he re
garded as natural resources. The last.
and in some respects most Important
move In conservation, was the extension
of its principles to business, not for the
purpose of holding business In check,
but primarily for protection against
fraud. Such a development .' Is badly
needed In most states for fraud is track'
ing legitimate business at every turn.
Furthermore business is shot through
and through with petty graft . It Is sore
with deceit, trickery, swindling and even
theft This should not be for the name
"business" stands for honesty, good
faith, integrity, honor, stability. Plain
it Is that many transactions In the world
of commerce fall 'outside the realm of
business. They grade from dealings that
are only apparently criminal to those
that are plainly so. ; ,
Conserved la Many Ways.
Business Is conserved In many ways.
This applies to practical developments In
Improving the processes Involved In
handling commodities all the way from
manufacture to sale. To trade In the
direction of economy In buying, trans
portation and sales. To doing 'business
more economically in stores by increasing
the efficiency of help, protecting com
modities and looking after collections. It
is bad business for a town to have too
many stores for the amount of trade,
causing undue expense for storeroom.
heating, lighting, help, etc. Such does
not conserve the interests of either the
business man or the public. Much talk
is heard about co-operation between town
and cotjntry. This Is well founded for It
gives strength and harmony to business.'
On the part of farmers, poor cultivation,
careless handling of stock and buying on
time should be regarded as bad business.
Poor schools, too many church buildings,
badly kept roads, unclean streets and
grafting officials are evidences of bad
business on the part of the public. So
there Is room for practical conservation
in many lines of business. It will pre
vent waste, increase " efficiency and
thereby decrease the cost of commod
ities. A more general movement of this
kind would promote real business- and
work a public good at the same time. '
The purpose of this paper Is to review
certain classes of .fraudulent . promotion
that are operating under the guise of
business. Such fraud is manifest in forms
of cheating, double dealing, doubtful pro
motion ana purposeiui swindling in vari
ous enterprises as In mining, Irrigation,
drainage, land dealing and fruit raising.
The following discussion is based on re
liable statements secured from farmers,
merchants. land men, loan agents, bank
ers and othfts.. , , . ; , "
SClne Promotion Facta.
The amount of money sent from out
state apparently for the purpose of de
veloping mineral prospects in other, states
is enormous. The return for this has not
averaged . 1 cent for every dollar' in
vested, it might be well for Nebraskans
to recognize the fact that nearly all
sure propositions . are not available for
promotion..- t -
Perhaps no excitement causes , one's
gambling spirit to rise higher than does
that of a developing 611 field. At such
times everything looks good to the pub
lic and fabulous returns annear to be
in sight for all who Invest in time. This
gives opportunity for ' professional pro
moters to get in their work, sometimes
on a large scale. It is difficult to show
the criminality of such procedure. Lo
cally, then it may be a good service,
in certain - places, for persons to put
money Into wild-catting.
, The federal government has expended a
vast sum of money in developing the irri
gation resources of the various dry land
states. This is thought to be reclamation
of economic Importance. - Furthermore,
many reliable, individuals,, and private
companies have done as well or even
better in developing some projects. As
a result of irrigation development thou
sands of happy homes are now located
where once was. only, dry land. Schem
ing individuals have promoted illegiti
mate proposiflo'ns" in which there was no
how of success because of a lack of
water, unsuitable land or heavy graft.
Nebraskans have invested in many irriga
tion projects outside the state.
The Drainage Scheme.
One of the largest lines of improvement
awaiting development ' in the United
States Is in the field of drainage whereby
swamp land and flood lands are brought
under cultivation. Tfca. amount.. of. land
that either has or can be improved by
drainage is said to be about.. 71,000,000
acres. The federal government, various
states, companies .. and,: individuals, are
planning this1 reclamation." .Teachers,
ministers, farmers and many merchants
have been victimized by grafters in land
sales. , ' - ... '.
There are many other land projects
beside those of irrigation and, drainage.
The public has Invested, very largely In
small tract ., propositions in Florida,
Texas and other states. Some of this
land has considerable value, but most of
it has been overestimated and many, in
vestors are qufte "apt . therefore to lose
ell or nearly"'al of their money; There
are splendid 'agricultural propositions in
Youthful, Wrinkleless x
Skin Easy to Have
. (Elberta Held in, Woman's Tribune.)
Ton who desire to regain a yonhful
appearance will do well to make the ac
quaintance of the two simple, but val
uable, prescriptions here- glveni
To make an effective wrinkle-chaser,
mix an ounce of - saxollte and . a halt
pint witch hazels Bathe the face in the
solution immediately every wrinkle is
affected. , It acts wonderfully on sag
ging facial muscles,-also, the lotion pos
sessing remarkable astringent, and -tonic
properties.' - -
To get rid of an aged, faded or dis
colored complexion, buy an ounce of
common' mercollxed wax - at any drug
store and apply nightly as you would
cold cream, erasing this mornings with
soap and water. This will slowly absorb
the undesirable surface skin, . revealing
the younger, brighter, healthier skin un
derneath. I know of nothing to equal
this treatment as a facial rejuvenator.
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, lULIAE. CLASS
A pretty Australian maid and her
sailor lover were the principals in an
international wedding Wednesday after
noon In the Christian chruch of Far
ragut, la. The bride is Miss Mabel Mar
garette Byrne of Sydney, New South
Wales, and she traveled around the world
to wed her sailor lover, WlUard Clark of
Farragut Mr. Clark served four years
in Uncle Sam's navy, and the young
people became acquainted when his ship
was stationed in the Sydney port, during
the enuse around the world. Mr. Clark's
term of enlistment expired a few months
ago and he returned home. Joined his
father m a prosperous mercantile bust-
Texas, but they are not bandied by the
average promoter. They are placed, on
the market by responsible land agents.
Dry Land Not Pre.
The dry land deals of the United States
and of Mexico have not been free from
fraud, resulting In part from misinform'
tion on the part of agents, but due more
largely to deliberate misrepresentation.
For instance, there are places in Texas,
Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, western
Nebraska, Wyoming and other states
subject to such promotion. '-
So it is that geographic position has
been overworked in the.: land business.
The following points have been over
drawn in land business.
1. That nearly alt agricultural land is
now under cultivation.
1 That dry farming methods are' suc
cessful on almost any kind of sotL Buoh
lsnot true. - : -:v
3. That the, climate, referring, to, the
rainfall, especially, is , becoming more
favorable for agriculture in dry regions
as the years go by. v ' .
4. Another condition has, been a cause
for much misunderstanding and a con
siderable amount of temporary develop
ment by periods. It comes from the fact
that the amount of rainfall fluctuates at
more or : less regular periods, ten to
twelve years apart" .During the wet
years everything is boomed; at dry times
the reverse occurs. Reliable persona who
have at heart the' best possible develop
ment of their states, , stand strongly ,
against misrepresentations, whether un
intentional or not . , . -
. Public Craute the Canse.
The public erase for land has made it
easy for promoters to do their work.
Many farmers, dominated by a spirit of
consideration for their children, and be
lieving the dope of the promoter, sold the
old home places in agricultural regions
and moved "onto nearly worthless land,
with the assurance that It would in
time'' become about like the agricultural
land they left and that each child would
then have a farm. Such a , deal is
Thousands and thousands of dollars of
Nebraska money go to the fruit dis
tricts of the west and northwest The in
vestors see visions of fabulous - returns.
Some may, do well on their Investments,
yet we. are convinced that there is more
excitement than solid fact in at least a
part of this promotion The leading fruit
man of the northwest, one directing a
large enterprise, told the writer that not,
half of the so-called best projects could
There are many examples wherein
scheming Individuals take advantage of
an unsuspecting public, usually in a
small town, for the purpose of getting
hold of capital through the guise of
starting an industry, such as a brick
plant The people are invited to Invest;
they do so because of the attractlvness
of the proposition as laid down by the
promoter, but fall to inquire into the
reeponslbllty of the person who collects
their money. s
Many plans are devised for securing
money from the community. In the first
place a selling scheme is perfected.; It Is
constructed ; in , a way . that leaves no
flaws apparently. . Each agent learns the
dope to perfection!. Too often it is of
little "concern" whether the project has
merit or not' The chief object is to get
money. Extravagant, claims are made,
In which returns of even 100 per cent or
more a year are said to be a sura thing.
The person who assists ;tho promoter is
perhaps- given a reduction of some rake
off: for his influence. The dope la given
him-often and systematically. , So he is
soon able to realise the greatness of the
project. Shares, stocks,: etc., are offered
at high enough price to permit redaction
for. qulcck -sale, which bait works in
many cases. , ' ' ';!-.'., ' ,: ,
Herniation svnd SeperrUfoa. .
. Business embodies transactions in
which the dealings are done . on the
square.' It is dominated by toonesty, good
faith, ' Integrity and honor. The sooner
we, emphasise the real spirit of business
in all, transactions, f the individual, the
community, .and the state, the better it
win be for society. The demand then is
for, business and not for misrepresenta
tion and fraud, which are but parasites.
Let business demand protection against
fraud. Protection is needed in the form
of a law that will promote real business
and , minimise fraud. Such law tfcould
not. have as its primary purpose the hold-,
ing of capital at home. This should be
the second purpose.
Though our state has led in the agita
tion for conservation of business, Kansas
has gained - prominence in enacting an
effective measure in the form of the
well-known Blue Sky , law. We will
do well to pass such a measure with a
few modifications. Most state meetings
of farmers, merchants and bankers held
during the past year passed resolutions
favoring such a measure.
There are several state and federal
laws for the conservation of business.
; 5 . nt-
ness, and built a cosy home for his
bride. It is her first visit to America,
ana ner beauty is attracting much atten
tion. The bride's mother accompanied
ner on tne long Journey to her new home
We now need a special act to conserve
business against fraud.. . This is nearly
universally agreed among farmers, mer
chants and bankers. None have given
open opposition and there is not apt to
be any before the legislature unless it
comes from persons who gain through
graft In this connection the opposition,
If It shows up, will have the embarasslng
position of appearing on the aide of fraud.
No legitimate concern need fear such a
law. It would be nearly self operating If
properly administered in the beginning,
for only reliable parties and companies
would seek registration. The others
knowing they could not comply , with
the law, would remain out Due care
should be exercised however In framing
the act to make it Just, fair and work
able. . '
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Odd Fellows Complimented for Their
Excellent Degree Work.
GEN, ST0CKEK IS ENTERTAINED
Important Baetness to Be Trans-,
acted by Fraternal TJnton of
America lEpltome of Other
.-.v.. Lodge Activities.
Grand Patriarch K. H. Newhouse of
Red Cloud was a visitor at Hesperian en
campment No. 3 last Thursday evening
and highly commended the boys for the
manner in which they pet on the pa
triarchal degree. '
General Stocker, commander of the Pa
triarchs Militant was 'entertained last
Wednesday by the department council of
Nebraska at a reception given in his
honor at Odd Fellows hall, All branches
of the order were represented at the re
ception, which was. open to, the itublic.
On Thursday evening he was the guest of
honor at . Hesperian encampment ' No. ' S
and witnessed' the exemplification of the
patriarchal degree by that encampment
Dannebrog lodge No. 213 will have four
candidates for the third degree next Fri
A special department council meeting
was held by the Patriarchs Militant
branch of the order at Odd Fellows' hall
last Wednesday afternoon. General Ed
win Davis of North Platte presided over
Omaha lodge No. 2 will have work in
the third degree next Friday night
Beacon lodge No. 20 gave a farewell r.
ceptlon to J. Ia Alvlson last Tuesday
evening. Mr. Alvlson leaves Omaha for
California about July L '
Committees have been appointed by the
Omaha lodges to make an effort to se
cure the 1914 session of the sovereign
grand lodge for Omaha. This year's
meeting will be held in Winnipeg, Can
ada, and it is the intention of this com
mittee to thoroughly advertise Omaha at
this meeting. ,
Beacon lodge No. 20 will have work In
the second degree next Tuesday night.
Fraternal Union of America.
Every member of Mondamin lodge No.
Ill is especially requested to attend, the
meeting on June 24 at Frenser ball. Twenty-fourth
and Parker street, on, account
of Important business. Refreshments will
be served after the session.
Banner lodge No. 11 held' its regular
meeting Thursday evening wjth, a large
attendance. Brother Wlnslow, the state
organiser, waa with the lodge and gave
a good talk. The next regular meeting
will be held on Thursday, June 27, at the
Paxton block hall, Sixteenth and Far nam
With Grand. Army, Folks. , ,
V. S. Grant Woman's Relief Corps gave
a delightful surprise party to its oldest
member. Miss Sarah Tickner, at the home
of the president, Mrs. Beulah Pavts,.near
Fort . Omaha, on Thursday afternoon,
June 20. A shower ef -post cards was
given the guest of honor. Refreshments
were served. Twenty-three were , present.
Mrs. J. Stearns will give a ken sing ton
to the members of U. 8. Grant Woman's
Relief Corps on Tuesday afternoon, June
26, at her home, Thirtieth and Franklin
streets. All are invted.
Order of Scottish Clans.
At the regular meeting of Clan Gordon
No, 63, Order of Scottish Clans, plans
were made for a great picnic at Krug
park Saturday, August 3. All sorts of
games will be played and contests of all
sorts pulled off. -
Gate City Review.
Gate City hive No. S will hold Its next
regular review June 28 at 2:30 p. m.
Card party July 12 at 2:15 p. m. Corao
and bring your friends.
A Shooting 8crmpe
with both parties wounded, demands
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Heals wounds,
sores, burns, bolls, eut or piles. Only
26a Tot sals by Beaton Drug Co.
, tn.w A it t 4 a.
' Segerstrom V' are
bnsiress advantage in removing a SINGLE Piano or Player Piano from their Omaha store to some other city;
EVEpY instrument must sell here in OMAHA; must sell in less than 30 days; must sell at ANY figure within the
rang of common sense. Have YOU ever said: "I might buy a piano SOME time if I bought it EIGHT!" If
so, won't you see how shrewd a bargain yon can drive
let A.V1 THING come
it's a i
uestion of down payments make yours as small aa you wish)
lestion of terms set your own; if you live one of town that's no
either, for Segerstrom will sell you a piano by mail at a "Good
lie price and will refund every cent of your money it you are
LLI satisfied. Do it
; Omaha. Nebraska
NisXal. Yos'vo aean tha
Omaha vs. Soux City
June 22, 23, 23, 24, 25
Sunday, June 23, 2 games,
1st at 2 o'clock. V
Monday, June 2 Ladies' Day, V
fiAfXS CAII.F.D 8:80
Cars Leave 1 5th an l Farnam, 3:15.
The Cool Spot ok thi Hill.
Farnam and Twenty-Fifth Streets.
HIGH CLASS VAUDEVIjUI !
r Latest Movine Picture
Adults, 10 Cents. Children, 5 Cents.
The attendance at the popular Gayety
remains at "standing room" at each per
formance. An excellent program has
been arranged for this week by Manager
Johnson. The first half of the week,
starting this afternoon, Suraiall and
Razall, with their comedy musical offer
ing, "The Muslo Publishers," a novel
collection of songs and musical numbers,
and a new act from the far west, Hick
McCoy, who presents a comedy novelty
which has secured for htm a long list of
bookings next fall. Arnold Wurnell, who
performs the hazardous feat of execut
ing all manner of tricky dancing steps
on roller ' skates, Is also on the bill Of
course there will be 'the usual daily
change in the subjects for the picture
machine, the latest and most up-to-date
of the films only being shown. For the
last ba'f -2. the week, starting Thursday
matinee, the program will, be the Hol
men brothers in their, European novelty
bar performance. John West and. com
pany in "The MuBlcal Brownie" and his
singing wolf. This act Is one of loud
and long laughter, for Mr. West is an
adept In his peculiar Una of comedy and.
the novel effect of a grown wolf singing
an accompaniment must , be ' seen to
be appreciated. Vocal selections will be
offered by pretty Violet ' Holland and
at every performance all week Admiral
Richard Burton will baritonlze with solos
of , the seas. The performance will be
continuous from 1 to 5. 7 to 11 daily,' and
the Oayety's own original and exclusive
feature, a "Thank You" with every
ticket sold will still be In forctf-ln fact,
that , courteous policy has been signed
for a life engagement at the popular
So great was the success which
crowned the efforts of Miss O'Ude Morgan,-
the pretty prima donna who ap
peared last week at the Oarden,that
Manager William Miller has extended
her contract another week, confident
that she will continue as a good drawing
card. Miss Morgan's act Is of especial
interest to women exclusive of the sing
ing, for she is the possessor of half a
dozen new gowns, the very latest Pari
sian creations and she wears them all
In the course of each appearance. Maa
zerrl's Royal Italian military band of
twenty-five pieces Is another of the
features of last week's bill held over
seven more days. Another good aot on
the bill this week will be Jack Wilde, a
local boy, who has been playing in
vaudeville on the 6uIllvan-Consldine cir
cuit during the last season.' He Is a bari
tone of real worth and It Is a treat to
hear him sing. The Biackbugs, musical
eomedians, complete the vaudeville pro
gram for the week with a rapid firs
piano stunt that scores heavflyh Four
motion pictures shown in Omaha for the
, 1 1 ... 1 ).' 1
Summer Shows - '
going OUT of the retail piano
Segerstroms, in answer to nu
merous inquiries, wish it un
derstood that "Th ' World's
Best", the famous "Knabe"
Pianos and Player Pianos, are
ALSO included in the "Good
between you and your piano NOWt
NOWt Buy that PIANO I
& Farnam Strcots
i All finmmai' aima
Tomorrow, Juno 24
' DAILY FROM trio TO Si0
730 T0 11(30
restNow aea the beat.
Last Mnn. a DMi;M.-To XulAIa i
day It look '
Xaoaanfe Tbi Mmes
This Week, Startta Today a i XMK
9AXMT - fl II VI lf1T KOTXira
KBIT TOtTB AT 0 WSBZ. .
iasjT Tsutxa DATs or wnx
3T!fflSr West a Co.
At Bvery Fexfomaae All Week
ADMIRAL BURTON umn1
Ooms any time I stay tats bAnLI
first time are added features. The pic
tures are changed dally.
Commencing Monday evening, June 24,
the Boyd theater will opes their summer
season with De Luxe pictures and cabinet
entertainers. These pictures are something
new to Omaha theaters as they . are
shown in a theater fully lighted. It has
been proven that darkness Is not essen
tial In motion picture display as the same
results and in some cases evenv better
results can he obtained by the nse of a
newly Invented machine and specially
ground lens. This kind of an apparatus
is now belnr installed at the Boyd by
Mr.' Rothapfel, a motion ,pietur expert,
whom the Messrs Sbubert have engaged
to produce these pictures for the sum
mer months throughout their circuit of
theaters. . This kind of picture has just
been Installed at the Lyric theater In
Chicago and la meeting with popular ap
proval, as has been demonstrated by the
Immense crowds and favorable criticism.
All the pictures are put on with orehestral
accompaniments and Incidental muste and
the stage Is set to correspond with the
picture." There will be four performances
each day, two in the afternoon and two
In the evening. The management has
arranged a special corps of maids and
attendants to make the service a feature
of tha entertainment
With Tracy and Tracy, a novelty piano
and mauical act. and Miss Edna Gault,
tha California nightingale, as the head
liners and four reels of feature films,
the program at the Airdome for the four
days commencing Sunday night promises
to be one of the best the summer amuse
ment loving public has ever had sub
mitted them. The popularity of the Air
dome on the hill at Farnam and Twenty
fifth streets has Just begun to make It
self manifest The cooling breezes which
sweep the big open air theater from all
sides, the non-flicker pictures, the en
tiro program of which is changed nightly,
and the high class vaudeville acts whlcn
Intersperse the films, an combine to make
the Airdome the most attractive outdoor
amusement resort In the west.
In the abdominal region is often prevented-
by the use of Dr. King's New
Life Fills, the painless purifiers. JBe.
For sale by Beaton Drag Co.
The Edict has gone foisth!
a single Piano or Player
Piano from Omaha--Every
Inotrument must SELL!
business; not INTO it! Therefore, they see NO need, NO
0 Minute from Omaha,"
There's plenty of water in
tha lake this season, and ad
ditional boating and bathing
facilities have been Installed.
.V .5 J'; DANOINO' :f ; ;
L Tha Beautiful Ball ), Room ,
continues to be a big attrac
tion. Open tovary afternooa
aad avenlng,' Arthur B. Smith'
splendid orchestra .makes the
mUSlO.i; :'. ;..'
FREE) ! MOVING ' PICTCBES
-, EVERY EVENING.
: "Many Otier Attraction!.
ROME GUMMER GARDEN
25 lll77CDIfO DOVll ITIIIIII Dilin 25
lilHZ.LI.III O IIU I
Glide Morgan, OnUafos ravorlte Vrin Sanaai Jack Wild, Barltonet
Blaekbnggs, Xosleal Comedians 4 Photoa nays, ohanged dally; Oostlnnoos
perform an oe, S:30 to 11 p. m. Adalsstoa, adults, 10 cents; ohUdren, S cents.
Sumrnor'o Ideal Hccort
A havea of relief front all sultry wreathes and depressing heat
The cool raircahing lake breeseaara only part of the many summer
comforts. It attests the aedetisad rest of cvimtry or seashore, yet
is only tea saUutss ride from city's theatre aad shopping district.
Meet attractively ewrmmded by smooth, sandy bathing beach,
beautiful lawns and flowmr bads. Ras 450 large airy rooms, 250
private baths, aad ever 1000 feet of broad promanada veranda.
Guests eejoy best eg food, served American or European plan.
Thera la music. daada& boatiag, bathhs riding, drlving-every
outdoor gayety. Crotmda of hotel adioin the great South Parka,
famous for their getf links, tennis ecu lagoons. Iwtdevards. etc
Plenty of restful secluded spots for those who seek aulet. Stmmc'
guests, tourists sad transients sSwaysflnd tros boepltaUty at the
Chieogo i Bdaeli Hofot
, Itluatratod boeklot on roquost to Mantf or, t j (
61at Blvd. and Lakt Chore, Chicago t
Hot Springs, So. Dakota
AMONG THE BLACK BULLS,
A delightful place to spend your
inmmer vacation. Swimming
Pool, Golf Course, Tennis an 4 all
other out-door amusements, akx
Muslo and ' Dancing. The best
waters in the world for chronic
ailments of tha stomach, liver,
kidneys and rheumatics. t .
A modern hotel, with all im
provements. Service and cuisine
unexcelled. Rates $2.60 per day
and up. Special rates by the week
on application. Write for booklet.
Hot Springs, South Dakota.
Lake la excellent condition
for Boating and Bathing. r
' Just Installed a New Jump
ing Horse Carry-Us-All, one of
America's most beautiful ma
A 910.000 Mass of Gold and
Glitter. Dancing every eve
ning to Lamp's Orchastra.
Roller Bkatlng, Bowling,
Roller Coasting, ate. Fre
Moving pictures every evening.
Omaha's Popular Resort
Cool, Airy and Delighu.
Music furnished by Jlustew-,
excellent urcnestrs. -
Visit the Old Mill, the Big
'Roller Coaster, the Penny Ar
' eade, the Merry-Go-Round, and
Free Moving Pictures every
evening. 1 '.
Admission to Park Always 10c.
HL II ftLIHII Unilti
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133.187 West 47th Street,
N. Y. PITY
' 200 Feet East, of Broadway.
A modern fireproof hotel in the
heart of the theater, club and ho
tel district; convenient to ail car
lines. An exceptional orchestra.
Room with private bath $2.00 per
day.- From Grind Central Station,
Broadway -cars , without transfer.
From' Pennsylvania Station, 7th
Avenue car 'Without transfer.
Booklet on request
H. R. SHARES, Prop.
Over 40 lakes, accomodations for 80
guests. Bass and Muscallonga fish
ing at the ' door. Write for S3 jSase
booklet Bus ineets all trains at
' rara'ctiint camp,
Dorset, ubberd fcoonty, ICuuiesota.
. .MANTRA CiMX,, DORSET, MINST.
Is the Pin Rglon, ot Northom MUinwoU.
100 nllM tnm' tl' Twla CltlM oa the OmU)
Kettbara. Oooi horn oooklns. sulde uu) txau f
Ckuiw neuoabl- Muslulons lltiilnc la.j
th Northw. " W hT Just opoott I
rtke Ounp ia Potato Uk. Lo ottalas i
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