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Herkimer Democrat. (Herkimer, N.Y.) 1877-1904, March 09, 1904, Image 8

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From our E esnlar Correapondent. Miss Emma Bell has been visiting May Hendrix at Richfield Springs. Mr. P.H . Bell spent a few dajjs 1 SyiSonseiftlie past week. . MiA Engtoe-Swiff aiidC danghtef,' are visiting^ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Delong at Newark, N. J. Mr. Henry Helmer, made a business trip^to Herkimer Saturday. Mrs. Marcus Grants of South Columbia, spent the past week with her parents,Mr. and Mrs. D. Nichols. M r . O h a s . B u r t o n o f M o h a w k , spent Saturday with, relatives in Charles Grim is ill at this writ­ ing, A number from this place attended the convention at South Columbia Tuesday.' Mr. Eloyd Kinnie and family have moved on the S. Shaul farm in the Chyle. Miss Mahel Goodrich of Ilion has been visiting friends in town. Mrs. John Atsall is visiting her mother at St. Johnsville. A number attended the social at \Wainman Hall Friday evening. All report an enjoyable time. Mr. Frank Ingalls of Dennison’s Corners, was a pleasant caller in town Saturday. Mr. Chas. Yule recently visited his brother Seelev Ynle, at Frank- Mr. Emmett Jacobson of Mohawk, spent Sunday with his mother at this GRAHT. From our Regular Correspondent. Miss Maude Edmonds is spending some time with friends at Bnffalo. Dr. Gibson of Utica came to see Harris Jones Friday. Charles Thomas is staying a few days with John Oonkling at Ohio who is very ill with the grip Miss Eva Thomas and friend. Miss Egan of Syracuse, are the guests of here parents at the hotel. . The little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Fenner who were danger- onsly sick are improving fast. Mr. and Mrs. Corey Garlook are visiting his brother’s family at Syracuse. The class in Bookkeeping is pro­ gressing finely under the careful training of their teacher Mr. Romel. L J. Hallenbeck is confined to the house with rheumatism. Mrs. Backus is improving. Mrs. Margaret Mykel, an old lady ig very sick at her home at Pardee- ville. Eli Boyce is the man that can fur­ nish wood and is busy all the time. Charles McMaster is always on hand to help plow the roads and many willing hands hnlp shovel. Miss Nellie McArthur is entertain­ ing a lady friend. BCHTTYLER’S BUSH. Fi-om our Regular Correspondent Farm help is scarce this season. Miss Lena Finon of Deerfield is spending a few weeks at her brothers, Petie Fin on’s. Clayton Mower commenced bis summers work for Conrad Uehler last Monday, Mrs Mary Parkhursb spent a part of last week with friends in York Mills. Quite a number from this place attefided^a social party last Monday evening at Mr. and Mrs, Earl Storms at Short Lots. Miss Clara Hubble has returned home from visiting friends in Utica and Frankfort Hill. Mrs. Lettie Taliman entertained the Kings Daughters at her home Wednesday. Monday night’s severe storm com­ pletely blocked the roads through his section. '2AST SCHUYLER. ’ Regular Correspondent.) Margaret Lints wife of Duane E. J’ackson died at her home last Tues­ day morning, March 1st on her 73d birthday. Mrs. Jackson was born in Schuyler and has always lived here. She married Mr. Jackson 53 years ago the 9th of last January and has been a devoted wife and mother. Her two chidren, Clara and Seymour, died several years ago. She is survived by her husband. The funeral was held last Thursday after­ noon. Rev, H. N. Becker officiated. Judson L. Cooper and wife of Terona, N. Y., and Stockton Hooper and wife of Seneca Falls, N. Y.,were here to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Jackson. David Folts of Alder Creek called on Mrs. Lihbie Folts and Miss Martha Rinkle last Friday. Mrs. Dolly Balcom and daughter, Grace of Floyd visited at Eugene Fluster’s last week. hsaac Olemmens of Mohawk at­ tended Mrs. Jackson’s funeral and i^pent the day with Peter H. Klock. Arthur L. Johnson spent several days with friends at Middleville last Hufforred fox months from sore throat. Eclectrio Oil cured me in twen^-four hours,* Hawesville, Ey. M. S. Gist, FERN CLIFF. (From Our Regular C o rrretportent. The missionary sooieiy will meet with Mrs. D. . P. Oaulkins Tuesday Mrs. -Carrie' Hunt visited friends at thei village Saturday. Frans and Pearl Getman enjoyed a pleasant visit at J. W. Skinner’s and attended the S. S. convention at South Columbia Tuesday, Arthur Hisert and Frank Getman called on Will Worden Thursday. There will be a social at the home of George Getman Wednesday even­ ing Mar. 9 A muscial and literary program w ill be given and refresh­ ments served. All are invited to come and have a good time. We have noticed so many of our items contain a list of marriageable young men, so we thought perhaps it would be an aid to some of our bash­ ful girls to mention a few of our eligible bachelors. First we will speak of Dewit Chapman; he is a fine looking young (?) fellow is a good worker, has a fine farm, a good home, but is so very bashful, if some nice looking girl would only take ad­ vantage of lep year we chink he might be landed all right the and he would make a kind, loving husband. Arthur Smihth is a hard working fellow and is certainly old enough to marry. He hasa farm,a well frnish- ed “ cage” and is only waiting for the “ bird” so girls here is your op­ portunity. Near him lives Thomas D. ‘Warren*. He has a large, fine house only awaiting a mistress. It is a pity some of Cupid’s darts do not strike “ Tommy” as he surely needs a wife and would make a good, obedient, affectionate husband. We hope some one will capture him be­ fore another year goes by. Then there are Dales Smith, George Good­ rich, Ohas. Worden,“ Del” Pangburn, and several others, all finei yonng baches who would be glad if some young lady would take pity on each of them as they are all very bashful. The social at Joseph Mason’s was not largely attended owing to the roads and severe cold. About S7.00 was taken in and a good time enjoyed by all there. Builds up the system, puts pure, rich blood in the veins; makes men and , women strong and healthy— Burdock Blood Bitters. At any drug store. HENDERSON. From Our R egular Oorrespondent, Mrs. Delia Shoemaker of Edick is spending a few days at 0. Shoe­ maker’s. Mr. and Mrs. D. Loncks and daughter Bessie spent a few days recently with their former neighbor, Frank Harris of Fort Herkimer. Mr. David Shoemaker and Mrs. Owen Manning of Richfield Spa. visited their uncle, N. N. Shoe­ maker, Wednesday. Melvin Doolittle is to assist L. G. Huilhurt with his farm work the coming season. Mrs. Orville Shoeemaker and daughter, Marcia, are visiting Mrs. John Hall of Syracuse. Mr. Byron Monk and Miss Bertha Calmon visited her sister Mrs. Olin Grouse of Paines Hollow Sunday. Mrs. Norman Cook and Mrs. James Hollum spent Wednesday with Mrs. Richard Eych: __ $100 Reward, $100 tional disease, reauires a constintional treat­ ment. Hall’s C atarru Cure is taken internally, acting direetlly upon the blood and mncons foundation, of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitu­ tion and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith ini its cura­ tive powers, that they offer On© H undred Dol­ lars for any case tnat it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. H, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0 . Sold by druggists, 75c. ' Hall’s FamilyPilhi arelhe best. VAN HORNSVILLE. Willard Yule and family of Jordan- ville vistied her parents Menzo Frost and wife Sunday Marion Young of the Chyle return­ ed to her home Sunday after spend­ ing a couple of weeks with her grand mother. Grant Van Home is able to be out Eugene Bronner is so far recovered from his illness that he went home Friday. There are quite a few sick with La Grippe in town. Mr. and Mrs. Tiiyou and Mr. and Mrs. Hnmsted are all of them quite badly off, Mr. Hum- sted especially as he is 84 years old in rather a precarious condition. L. F. Eokler and family visited at the home of Benjamin Hicks Friday evening. There will he a leap year party at D. Louok’s hallFriday night, March 11, to which all are invited. The little son of William Arm­ strong is very sick with croup. Miss Mate Dunn is staying with Mr. Humstead’s people for a few days. Mrs. Rose Warmuth and sister Maud Lathxop were pleasant visitors of Mrs. Bose Sunday. They also stayed . with Mortimer Lathrcop*8 famil;;^ over^night Saturday. ' 1 ' ■/ N. Kraus is having excellent sue ” cess selling harvesting machinery, also plows and barrows. Mouday out of town. Mrs. Elsie Rising visited her daughter, Miss Minnie Rising at the Edward House last week. Henry Panll and Roscoe Oonkling are spending several days at North Wilmurt, on business. Miss Carrie B. Rising is quite sick at this writning. Smoko White Ash Cigar, 5e. OBITUARY. Mias Artemisa M. Ingham, person­ ally known and -endeared to many families in HerkimeV and Oneida counties, died Wednesday morning, March 2d, after a brief illness at her apartments in the Clarendon, Hol­ land Patent, N. Y. She was attack­ ed by the grip about a week prior to her death and remained unconscious practically trojn the beginning. De­ ceased was the daughter of David and Marie Ingham, formerly of Ing­ ham’s Mills, Herkimer county, at which place she was born June 27, 1837. Besides the foregoing, this family consisted of a son, Williard A. Ingham, until his death in 1899, a resident of Newport, N. Y., and two daughters, Sarah A., and Jane H , wives of Eleazer C. Rice and George W. Reed, respectively, formerly of Fairfield, N. Y. Mrs. Rice died 1891 and Mrs. Reed In 1882. Miss Ingham is survived by the following nephews and nieces : Carrie Rice VanAuken, Edward 0. Rice, Clarence W. Rice and Anna Reed Thompson of Utica, N. Y„ Ingham 0. Rice ot Fail field, N. Y., Nellie Ingham Rice of West Cheshire, Conn., Minnie Reed Thom­ son of Holland Patent, N. Y.. Anna Ingham Thomas of Schenectady, N. Y., and Lester D. Ingham of Syra­ cuse, N. Y,, Harry Z. Reed, of Fair- field, who died last fall, was also a nephev7. The funeral was held Mar. 4th, 1904, and interment made at Newport, N. Y., Rev. Barry of the Holland Patent Baptist church, ofiS ciatin b Miss Ingham was a woman of intelligence and culture, of abso­ lute purity of life and unusual re­ finement. For many years past she had resided most of the time with her niece, Mrs. I. D. Thompson, at the Clarendon, Holland Patent. However, did serious illness, threat­ en any of the branches of her family, there was “Aunt Mish” to be foipd invariably, with willing heart and hand and tireless energy, from be­ ginning to end, to assist and advike and console. Thus were the best years of her life spent. She was par excellence, the loving but impartial relatiye and friend in^need. . . Henrietta, the eleven year o!d daughter of Mr', and Mrs. Garrison Smith, of South Bellinger street,died Monday. Death was caused by heart failure due to an attack of infiarn- matory rheumatism. She was one of^ a large family of children, a bright and winsome child, well liked by all. The funeral will be held at one o’clock this afternoon, from .the home, Rev- 0 . B. Smith and Rev. W. D. Chase will officiate. What Shall We Have for Dessert? , This question arises in the family every day. Let us answer it today. Try JelhO. a delicious and healthful dessert. Prepared in two minutes, No boiling! no baking, simply add boiling water and set to cool. FlaV' ors;—Lemon, Orange. Raspberry and Strawberry. Get a package at your grocers to-day. 10 cents. Board of Alms Report. Relief famished by the Board of Alms «f the rowu of Herkimer from November 1st. 1903, to Februarj 1st, 1901: Hnoch Smith ............... $3t 09 EdwardCoUis............................. . .......... . S037 Rose Coffin,, .................. 30 87 Mrs. F rank Doling. . .................................. 18 75 Peter Rowland., .......... . ............ . 20 00 Delia Grogan ................................................... 6 25 James E a p les .......... . ................... 12 50 Maggie Campbell ......................................... J3 tO John Helmer................................................... 12 go John Edwards .*... . ............... 18 50 John Lamphire JacobJacob Barringerarringer B .......... . Mrs. Charles Rowland Addison F razier ...... •... Garrison S m ith ........... Mrs. William Hilts .... A. J. Folts ...................... Mrs. Thomas B r e t t . ... Tony Brandow .............. Elizabeth Golden ....... . Mary Dyn(' Mrs. Kate Crawford,. James Evans .............. E. L. M a ttie ....... . L. Anderson............... Engene L n ther., ‘ Lat . 6 25 . 19.75 . 6 25 . 1350 . 6 85 bert Preston........................................... g 25 P. W illiam s.......................................... 4 OO LanraFetterlv,. John Turney,... 6 25 6 00 Johd'B lderL '..^L L '.L L L i.i;.'L iii....^i M M Nancy R n n d e ll ............... 12 50 Frank D o s t a t e r ....... .... .................................... 6 25 Mrs. Washington Thompson.................. 6 25 Mrs Pat. K ane ........ . ............................. 3 25 Helen M u rray ........ -.............................. 6 25 George Denota . ......... 6 25 Esther H y d e ....................... 6 23 Hamuel Golden . ..................................... 6 23 Sanford Keller. . .............................. 6 35 ToAccomodate __ I Turney, ylmrlesThiel, Uqttid Cream Balin. Bprayin^tnbe is^ 73 ce and does not dry np the secretions hat change ADDITIONAL LOCAL ITEMS. D. Grant is in New York on h-D.s- tOJlightr., .......... W. A. Pierce who recently snbmittf ed to an operation 'is ahle to'be out ag a in . * Smoke New Cuba Cigar, 5c. The Canada- West Lumber Co- received a train load of lumber yesterday. O o n n terfoit coins o f t h e 25 an d 50 ce n t d e n o m inationaare b e ing c i r c u l a t ­ ed i n Mohawk. John McGarl has accepted a posi­ tion on an Oxford paper. Ward Wood has accepted a position in the Central freight house. The Womans League of the Reform­ ed Oh arch meet in the chapel this afternoon A delegation of Herkimer Lodge F. & A. M. attended the Liftle Falls lodge last night. John Gaffney of Frankfort super­ intendent of this section of the Erie canal will make his official head­ quarters at Mohawk. Mrs. Grooms will serve a supper at her home in West Smith street to­ night for the benefit of the German L u th e r a n ch u r c h . The annual meeting of the Her­ kimer County Medical Society was held last evening. The sessions are much enjoyed by the medical frater- Delia Eiveuherg pleaded guilty to keeping a disorderly house before Judge Devendorf Monday. The place is the Hillsdale Hotel between this village and Little Palls and Charles Rivenberg, the husband, was fined $100 for a like offence in December. A sentence of 6 months in the' Onondaga Penitentiary was suspended in the woman’s case if the law is obeyed. This evening will occur the marriage of Mrs. Harriet Thompson of South Washington street to Rev. A. \W. Joiner, pastor of the A. M. E. Zion church of Little Falls. William Pitterly and Miss Anna Hattermau both well known young people of tni« village, will be married to night at the M. E, parsonage by the p a s t o r Rev. W. D. Chase. - The Hunt block in Ilion was damaged in the third story by fire Friday night. Several thousand dollars loss by water was caused to the lower part of the building and to the stock of the merchants located in the structure. Tomorrow before Judge Scripture will be held the argument for a cer­ tificate of reasonable doubt in the case of Georg-i* Jones convicted of setting Brown’s furniture store, in Little Palls on fire. An execution staying judgment until the argument takes place, was granted Saturday. James McDermott trainer of J. W. Baker’s horss prevented a runaway Monday. He was exercising a pair of prize Derbin colts and the streets were full of dhldren. By the break­ ing of the neckyoke the pole dropped and the team attempted to get away. McDermott stopped them but was severely kicked in the face during the mix up. The Mohawk River is filling rapidly and is being watched with apprehension by residents in the lower section of the village. As a resnlt 0. Loomis Allen of the Utica and Mohawk Valley Railway Oo., conferr­ ed with the village authorities yester­ day with reference to the water prob­ lem should it assume a threatening, condition. Smoke Havana Rose Cigar, 10c. THE FOOLISH MA¥ Learns byexpetience. The average man learns by his own experience. The wise man learns by the experience of others. Be wise. Save time, money and learn by the experience of thousands of o’hers who say thet the new ‘Easy draft Le Roy Plows” are the ones to buy. Every one sold on a positive guarantee. Sold by O, A, Snyder, Herkimer; D. E, Jones, I S It's So Ea?y To Sell Good instruments to people wfao-know the difference. Mrs. W. S Kane knew just what she wanted, she called at E W. Corey’s Herkimer music om and in thirty minutes pur- lased a very fine up-to-date Estey organ for her young people, and they in return, tho’ they may in time be far from her, they never will forget their good mother, long may she linger with us. This lady was a stranger to Mr. Corey but she knew by reputation that she would get just what she bought with her hard earned money. So many people tell Corey of their troubles he offers this bit of advice. Don’t never under any circumstances let an instrument be taken in your home on trial till you have bought it unless you want a fight, agents all say if they can ever get one in the house its half sold, for there is no fault you can find with it but what they can talk you out of, you can never beat an agent at his own game What more do you know of it in one or six; months trial, its six years that tells the story, the warrantee is waste paper, il you get buncoed don’t blame Corey he tried to save you. P 8.^—He has got one cow and now ivaats one more first-class Jersey, cash deal. Smojeo Hayapa Bose Cigar, jOc. LAKE CITY NEWS Residents of this locality, -svho have personal or other items would confer, a favor to c by leaving same a t P. G. Klem’s market. Geo. WcMver ^ -^and. Bridge spehf 8and4y '^ith BOSS; Mrs. Isaac Kasfc is on the sick list. Peter Kasfc had an 18-foot fall in the ice house Monday. Fortunately he did not receive serious injuries. Mrs. Jehn O’Hara is confined to the house with illness. The young men -who for some time past have on Sundays and evenings been creating a disturbance on the Street must stop it dr means will be taken to have them quieted. The third ice crop of the season is now being taken from Mirror Lake. The ice is 18 inches thick. 100 Edison molded records foi* sale at 25 cts each. P. j . Klem, 523 Lake street—adv. Mrs. Rufus Pearl went to Newport Monday to. visit Mrs. Newell Morey, a friend whom she had not met in forty years. Mr. and Mrs Ohas. Reese and Mr. and Mrs. Chas Knopka enjoyed a pleasant Sunday visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Wolever. The sidewalks on German street (along some of the vacant lots) might be found it somebody would try to get the snow off once in a while. Mrs. L. W. Davis visited one day last week with her brother, Thomas King, and family at Ilion. Her brother, Mr. King, is a valued em­ ploye of the Remington Typewriter Co. and has been with them in Lon don, England,- New York City and other large places. He left Saturday for New Orleans to accept a good position which the Remington Co have for him there. S p e c i a l — P. J. Kiem’s noble steed got tired of hauling snow yesterday, so it ran into Canada creek and got its feet wet. The horse is wmrth $100.00 more today than it was yes­ terday. AN EXPENSIVE PRESIDENT- If the Democrats should care to liven up the fall campaign by charg­ ing Mr., J^ith being a million dollihr they could .^how the figures. has been in the White House,M r. Roosevelt has cost the country close to.^ million dollars for things that no previous President seemed to want or care about. At any rata things have been going the xaillion mark -will be passed early in the summer. Mr. Roosevelt’s latest request, which was transmitted to Congress through Secretary Shaw, is for |l©,000 for a new White Hou,se,stable. The one now in use he says, is so damp that the health of his hdrses is suffer­ ing, They are threatened with in­ fluenza, according to the President', who uses Secretary Taft as a -Witness, and he wants a new home built for them on higher ground before they catch the disease and are permanently af­ fected. If the President gets the new stable it will run his expense account against the Government up to more than $910,000, divided as follows: “Restoring” and refurnishing the IVhite House . . . . . . ..^4jo,445 Six-room office building atthe\V h ite H o u se................................................. 63,198 Refurnishing the U. S. S. Mayflower for use as the President’s yacht.... 100,000 Gost of refitting and repa'ringthe May­ flower in 19J;i and 1£0J for the Presi- ---- ----- __ie beddina from incontinence of water during sleep Cures old ana young alike. It arrests the trouble a t ouce. $1. Sold by W. H.W hitehsajd Druggist, Herkimer, N. V. d e c ‘A -lvr ROADS AND FARM VALUES. New York State Decreases 6 per cent. It is rather an important matter that money he spent intelligently on the improvement of highways in order to bring farm produc=^ more cheaply to market and increase the farm values by giving a better high­ way to carry farm produce on. This is shown very clearly from the official figures of the last federal census re­ port, in which are tabulated in corn- par jtive columns “ the increase (or decrease) in the value of , farms, in­ cluding land with improvement, from 1890 to 1900.” The total increase in all the states and territories in the United States in farm values in the ten years was 37.6 per cent. The increase in farm values iu Maine was 1.055 N. J . “ S9li Conn. “ 4.9^ Verai’t “ 6.55J’ N. H. “ LO,\; R. I. “ 7.25^ Mass. “ 2375^ While in New York State there was a decrease of 6.1 per cent, in the ten years, equalling 70,000,000 of dollars. New Jersey in the past ten years has built 1,000 miles of high­ way at a cost of $4,544,000. Mass-, aehusetts has built 430 miles of high­ way at a cost in round numbers of $5,000,000 and under its County system hasbuilt as much more.Connecticut has built 454 miles of highway at a cost of $2,500,000. New York after six years of work, has built 300 miles of highway at a cost of about $3,500,- 000, all in small sections, commencing no where and ending no where. And now it is a pity that the road advo­ cates w’ho desire to improve the farm values of the State by improving one mile in every ten of all of the high ways in all of the counties, so that when the system is completed there w ill be a continuous stretch of main highways leading from one county to another throughout the entire state of 8,P00 miles, are told by Gov­ ernor Odell that they can only have $1,000,000 to build roads with this year, and this $1,000,000 will build 28 miles of highway in Orange County, and the other counties that want it can go begging. Governor Odell’s position is not an enviable one either on the $50,000,000 bond issue, as it would provide money to complete this entire 8,000 miles of highway within ten years and still laving the annual apporpriations from the State treasury only $1,250,- 000 a year without the necessity of increased taxation. It seems that the political interests which neglect the expenditure of money for i;he improvement of farm values ought to become more con­ scious of the requirements of the i agricultural commtnities, or there-, will be a great awakening among the v o t e r s an d tax -p a y e r s . B y lph at tU dispositi»XQ- of Mr. Roosevelt in 1902and 63,000 Estimated cost of kee'-ing tbe two shins in readiness f o ra Presidential call Ibis sum'uer . . .. . ..................... 25,000 New W hite House stable asked for by the President .................................... '90,009 T o tal ............................................. $910,641 These figures do not take into account the great naval display off ,• Oyster Bay last summer, ordered ' by the President, which cost m a ^ thousands of dollars.:—New York World. No matter how long you have had tne cough; if it hasn’t already de­ veloped into consumption Dr. Wood’s Norway Pine Syrup will cure it. Smoke New Cuba Cigar, 5c. Years of suffering relieved in a night. Itching pies yield at once to the curative properties of Jean’s Ointment. Never fails. drug store 50 cents. THE GIEVELAHD & BHFFAUr TRANSIT OOiAHY C O r4N £ C T m G CLEVELAN D and SUFFALO “ WHILE YOU SLEEP” UNPARALLELED HI6HT SERVICE. KEWsicAiillERS^ “ CITY OF BUFFALO’* “ CITY OF E.RIE” Both tegether being, without doubt in all respects th e f in ih t auct f a s t e s t t h a t a r e r u n In th e itUere.sC of the traveling public in the United btates. TIME CAFIO daily in c l u d in g SUNDAY LCAVC ARBIV'9 GMand 8 P.M. BufMo 6:30 A.M. Baffalo 8 “ Cicveland S'ilO “ • CENTRAL STANDARD TIME ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIES EACH STEAMER Connections made i t Buffalo with trains for all Easterts- and Canadian points, a t Cleveland for 3'oiedo, Detroit and all points West and Southwest. ' 'i Tickets reading over L.S.&M.S.Ry. will be acse,p.tad on this Company's Steamers without extra charge. &sk Ticket Agents for tickets via C, & B. Send f o u r c e n ts f o r illu s tr a te d p a m p h let. W. F. HFRMIH, 6 . P. A.. GiMad. Gili,). Warranted the most wonderf iff Rieffiis'l); Oare .SfflSJ-JjI' $33 California Oregon and Washii^ofl with'similarly low rates to Utah,Idaho, Wyoming and Montana points, from Chicago daily during March and April. Corresponding low rate!^ from other Oaiiyand Personally Conducted Excursions in Pullman tourist sleep­ ing cars to San Francisco, LosAngel.es B erth o n ly $ 7 . Fast through train Choice of R o u tes, Rates and full Information on application to S. A. Hutchison, Manager, North Western- Uoion Pacific Bxairsiofis 212CUIX esmiQ ILL

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