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"The Road of All Roads."
The road which does
things without waiting
for others to show the
way is the road that this
year broke the world's
record in railroad build-
ing from Glenwood,
Minnesota to Emerson,
Manitoba, on their Glen-
lots at the present price
37 quarters left open for homestead at the gov=
ernment price of $4.00 per acre, with one=fifth
cash down and balance five equal annual pay-
ments, with neither interest nor taxes* How is
this for a chance to get a Farm?
tc the Soo Office
Guaranty Building, Minneapolis, get a
ticket to Plummer. tome up and let me
talk to you and show you how to make
^Wednesda Evening.^^THE JMro^STElAj^OLlS JOURN^VL/
Three names you hear mentioned every day on the
streets, street cars and trains. Some know them
all and know them well. Do you? You should.
Is the New,Town on the Soo Line
in the center of Red Lake County, Minnesota, beautifully located
on the Clearwater River with a water power. Tho only 3
months old it has 2 general stores hardware store, furniture store,
livery barn, lumber yard, 2 blacksmith shops, a state bank, news-
paper"Plummer Pioneer," Farmer's Co-operative Creamery, 2
elevators, good stock yard and last, but not least, two places where:
the Anheuser Bush grows. You say-^-"Well! well! if that does
not beat all." I guess it does, but when you consider that we have
a well settled territory 18 miles east^ and 7o north and west you
have reason to believe that we will have a population of 2,000 in
less than 5 years, and that an investment in residence or business
be a safe but a profitable investment. It will pay you to come
and see us and be convinced that this is the only place for settlement.
pifromr$7$t0O to $4oo.OO would not only
C11ETCI Bo. FINEST OPENING IN STATE FOR DRUG STORE AT PLUMMER.
PLUMMER is also the nearest point to and only
five miles from the Red Lake Indian Reserva-
tion, where I am doing locating and have still
FO FULL INFORMATION ADDRESS EITHER
JULIUS PLETH, Ldcaterand TownsiteAgent
or HENR J. ENDERLE Cashie Firs Stat Bank,
Jt A W Jt^-fji^j^f*^ 'i'
CHOIC E FAR LANDS for sale around Plum-
mersmooth open prairie, with occasional nat=
tural groves. Land that produces all kinds of
grain, clover, timothy arid corn, sells from $15
to $30 per are on very easy terms. Some
with a cash payment of only $2.00 per acre,
balance 1 0 years1
time, 6 per cent.
Get on the band wagon locate in a
good wide-awake town like PLUMMER,
and on a railroad like the SOO.
i ".$ Aaftf
Nearly everybody knows him
and if they don't, they ought to.
He is the man that has sold
more good Farm Land in Red
Lake County than all other
dealers put together and thor-
oughly believes in Printers' Ink.
Let it not be forgotten that he
is also the man who predicted
Johnson's election for Governor
provide den ugh Republicans
voted for him. A wonderful