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Three 10 acre farms in Norway township. Two of these farms lay adjoining and can be dealt for to gether. All tfood land, well nip rov ed and nicely located. Close to churches and schools. II. K. 1. mail and telephone. For particulars write or call on, II. W. liOUN'KSs. 11. F. I). No. 2 Hudson, S. 1). Wotxl I'or Hale John Lee, who owns the (Jus Lindennan farm in Highland, has some tfood sound dry wood for sale, cut to stove length. *4.50to «i.50 per cord. PKOKBSSION Al. CAKIIS. C. B. Kennedy, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON state and U. S. court practice. A K. HUOWN II. .1. HUOWN Brown & Brown, LAWYERS. —OFFICE— Unriii-r Hromlwav and 5l,h Street. |i\ CUTllUKltT A CtTHRHRT Asa oiikkst. .Ik. Criminal LHW. CAKI.SON He (Ml* LAWYERS. Canton, S. Dak. .IOIIN O. HOI-KM ('ivil Lhw. Mm, Forrest & Lawyers. General court practice Land Titles Oonveyiinc.in^. Probatin« ol' ISataie. WillK ilrawu. tJollec.tioiis, Con fiileutal Hgent-t. »U« East 5th St Phone No 19 Canton, South Dakota. Chas. O. Knudson, AUori|eU at Law. Office over Christopher & Olson. E. A. Jones, Stenographer Typewriter and Notary I'ublic. Office with State's Attorney Benedict. VV. K. Wiust'li, N. IK Physiciai) aqd SUrgeoi) Special attention given to chronic, gynaecological and surgical dis eases, Bye, Ear, None and Throat. Glasses adjusted. Office and residence with Dr. Rogers in Linn Kennedy Block, Canton. 7 P. SMITH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON irtlce over Lincoln County Bank Canton, Residence 3 doors south of the Harlan House J. R. Corrigan, HI. It. Physician Surgeon Office over Farmers State Bank. John P. Brastad riiysiriiin and Surgeon. Occupies former office of I r. I loluigren Phone 244 Canton, S. I). R. Hetlesater, M. D. Hiysiriiin and Surgeon. Office in Syndicate Block. I Honae 148, call 2 Canton. Ph"n«j office 148, call 8 So. Dak. Cyrus L. Wendt, I'liysimii and Hnrgoon, Canton, S. D. Office in Wendt block 5^* A. It. Jaiuieson Practice in all courts. Office over Postotllce. Canton. S. P. W. J. Byrnes Undertaker and Funeral Director. Licensed Eijik a *n» er Telephone l.'ll CANTON, SOUTH DAK. OK. C. 0, TUTTLE, Deputy State Veterinarian Office Over Sioux VatlW Hard waro Company. Office Phone 237 Honse phone 205 0. Campbell Llceij«®d Embalmer and UNDERTAKER Calls answered day or nightf ^Taylor Fteri|rtlir« Co. tk Phone 243f Highland. January :to, ukms. (iiinhild Uikansrud is at Canton spending the week with Mrs. A. Peterson, Anna Marken our accomplished school ma'am enjoyed over Sunday with "the old folks home." '. (. IMkansrud, jr., arrived from l'ort Dodge, Iowa, 011 Saturday and will be at home for a time ''mending up" a bruised shoulder. (filbert Cudmtinson leaves for his North Dakota home this week. While here he made Highland his he idquarters and we're inclined to believe he don't always intend to bach. "Centerite" will explain. Hertin Twedt returned to his uncle's last week after a six week so journ here. Mr. and Mrs. Dedrickson were in Highland last week bidding "Adieu" to their many friends. They leave for their home at Hricelyn, Minn., this week going via Sioux Rapids, Iowa, where they visit relatives a fortnight. l!ev. Numuiedal took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. ). Johnson last Thurs day after conducting services in the (irand Valley church. Mr. and Mis. A. Sandvig also enjoyed the hospital ity of the .Johnson home the same day. One of our continued bachelors will hail with delight the dawning of next, Wednesday as then will sound the peal of his wedding bells. Now who'd have believed that of Andrew Sat nmi'.' Lars Henson was taken lo Sioux City last week where he was operated on for cancer. We hope he will stand the ordeal tho it was considered very serious. liudolf Xteensland accompanied by ). T. Twedt of Norway was out near Hast Soo Falls hunting cattle last week. They returned with a nice bunch bought at good tigures. Clad to note Highland lads are not as •'durned slow'' in business as they are in "gettin up mornin's.'' Ceorgiana and Lucile Ilyers of Can ton spent last Sunday at the Olsen home. Knut Thorson entertained a party of friends last Saturday eve and it was reported by those whose pleasure I was to attend that they bad the finest time of their lives. Riverside. Jan. :io, HKXi. Still they say, "glorious winter weather." But you have all said it so often now that we won't mention it, A correspondent who sees his com munications disfigured in the process of printing should always "grin and bear it." Last week when our "Old Sol" was overshadowed by the shade of "Old Saul" we grinned twice. Earl Boyce is hauling wood to town from his farm on the river. Richard Reierson and Syvert iiud of Mitchell, came down Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends. Martin and Laura Holter and their cousin, Carl Holter of Platte attended the literary society at Cottage Grove Thursday night and report an excel lent program. The wolf chase Saturday afternoon in which two little innocent pets were murdered by a pack of hounds was a disgrace to the community. Our city sportsmen must seek man lier sport or lose forever the respect of their fellow citizens. Mr. and Mrs. llans Brynjulson entertained a number of friends and neighbors Sunday. That (J rand Valley is now wide awake was very much in evidence at the society Monday evening. The house was packed and the program tine. Hardin Olson and sisters visited at Hans Brynjulson's Sunday. Our neighboring scribe to the west ward makes baste to inform us that the fairscribe of Highland hasstimu ated him (or her) t,o "extra energy and ambition." Now, while the Itiversider" congratulates himself 011 being in 110 need of a stimulant, he hopes the "Centerite" will be ir resistably encliarmed by the fragrance of the Lily of the Valley so gaily nod ding toward him. Highland Center. News around here seems scarce as hens teeth. Don't blame it on ye scribe. I read with interest in the items from Riverside last week about the Awakening of Grand Valley." By the way, "Dear Riversider," do you know anything about the awakening of Highland, if not, please help wake 'em up. I hope now you understand the reason why Grand Valley hung their flag out. It was stated so plain ly in last week's items, and to think that the honor was not yours. Mrs. Otto Johnson spent Sunday in Canton visiting her brother, Christ Sandvig and also attended services at the Lutheran church. Miss Anna Morken spent Saturday and Sutiday at her home in Fairview township. Gilbert Gudmunsen who has spent some time among us, departed for North Dakota last Monday. O. O. Rikansrud, Jr., of Fort Dodge, Iowa, spent a few days at home and departed Tuesday to resume his duty with the Illinois Central, where he has been the last 3 years. Remember that Sander Brynjulson is our choice for the Legislature. Rudolph Steensland -was out side of the "boundry line" the later part of last week, "Cause known." They say the "Centerite" was out for a ride one day last week. He has evidently been In good spirits since. Soren Rikansrud went ti Canton Tuesday to see his big brother off. Torkel Rikansrud was up from Fairview Monday and attended the debate at Grand Valley in the even ing. Sander Brynjulson, one of our most popular young gentlemen and High land's choice for the legislature, seems to meet the approval of all. if Itiversider will just put his name to bis items lie will improve the looks of his correspondence, and then all the young ladies out this way would feel like giving him a nice little tea party. Those from about here who attend ed "The Rally" at Fairview hist Fri day night report a "Russian time." The G. V. scribe must be mistaken about Soren's interest at Ole Steens land's. Soren has no liking for goats —it was something else and the scribe has another guess coming. Urainl Valley. Jan. lno»i. Last Thursday evening the (irand Valley choir took advantage of the lovely weather and tine roads and went up to Cottage Grove in response to an invitation, to sing at their literary society. There singing seemed to please, as they were most heartily encored. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Renlie of Lin coln township, visited their cousins, Einil, Charles and Carrie Hanson, last Sunday. Messrs. Oscar and Alert llelvig and ladies visited with their sister. Mrs. T. C. Thompson, last Sunday. Four young gentlemen from this neighborhood. Chas. Hanson, T. O. Torberson, Nobel llelvig and Halvor Peterson, drove down to Fairview last Friday evening and took in the dance at that place. They thought it was such a nice place to go they have con cluded to take their girls next time. The ladies' aid society of this place meets with Miss Carrie Hanson next Wednesday afternoon, February 7. Misses Minerva and Ella Jackson visited the Misses Torberson Monday and Tuesday. Last Tuesday evening about twen ty-five couple responded to an invita tion from Mrs. Martin Renlie to come and help surprise her husband. And surprised he was, completely. Trip ping the light fantastic toe to the sweet strains of Lukkens' orchestra was the chief amusement, and about 12 o'clock a substantial luncheon was served", after which in a few well chosen words, Theodore Torberson, in behalf of the assembled guests, pre sented Mr. Renlie with a handsome rocker as a remembrance of the occas ion. All had a good time, and one young gent was heard to remark: "I want to come again." Death ot Thomas Shaft*. Thomas Shaff, one of the most re spected citizens of Zion City, near Chicago, died on January 5, 1906, aged 88 years 9 months and 18 days and was only sick about one week. Thomas Shaff was born March l.'i, 1818, in Williamson township, Wayne Co., New York, where he lived with his parents until he was married to Eveline Lake in 1841. To this union a son and a daughter were born. Wil liam, the eldest, is now a resident of Canton, and the daughter is the wife of Mr. Olds of Broadhead Wisconsin. Thomas Shad's first wife died when her daughter was 8 months old, leav ing the care of two children to the bereaved father who was married again in 1847 to Miss M. J. Sidnam who survives him him after they had journeyed through life together for 59 years. Thomas Shaff was a sincere christ ian and a man highly respected by all who knew him. Card ol Thanks. I take this opportunity to return the sincere thanks of myself and children to the friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness and sympathy during the funeral of our beloved wife and mother. William Osborn and children. The Warren Noble Theatre Com pany three nights next week, Mon day, Tuesday and Wednesday. Popu lar prices. Tickets at Noid's drug store. Ole Hokenstad was induced to re main in town Tuesday night to hear Mr. Cuthbert speak. He went to the meeting and was so thoroughly dis gusted with the young man's haran gue that he left before the meeting was half through. II. Rothenberger has gone over to Beresford to open an art studio, and the Leader can cheerfully recommend him as a gentleman and a fine photo gralier as well as a water color artist. He also makes a specialty of enlarg ing photos taken by or sent him. He has been in Canton for over a year and has been very successful in his art and gallery work. Call and see him when he opens in Beresford. The ladies aid society of the M. E. church gave asocial at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Knowlton Wednes day afternoon and evening. The re freshment part of the program com menced at 4 in the afternoon and at 7 p. m. nearly two hundred people were enjoying the festivities of the occasion and Dwight Slade sang as only Dwight can sing when the spirit moves him in harmony with the lady who presides at the piano. It was one of the most numerously attended and most enjoyable socials ever given In Canton. The social netted about WW Ed Cassill was up from Hudson Tuesday. Mrs. Roy Scott is reported to be seriously ill. Mrs. Chris Braitliwaite is some what indisposed. Mi's. Leo Paris' sister came over from In wood for a visit. Mrs. Tom Tattershall of Heloit, Iowa, is suffering from pneumonia Mrs. Sam Thorson is some better and her speedy recoverv is now looked for. 1 S. Guinter is home from a busi ness trip to the northern part of the state. Worthing has only two rural mail routes. Worthing ought to have had four. Sumner Johnston of Lincoln and Albert Grane of Norway were visitors Wednesday. Theo. Gubbrud was up from Moe Monday 011 Centerite. business and favored this office with a call. Rev. E. Olson of Highland called Wednesday and renewed his subscrip tion to the Leader. Ole Hokenstad, Peter Lukken, John Miner and Ed Wheat ley were in Can ton on business Wednesday. Arthur Nogn of Norway was a cal ler Tuesday, and had his paper sent to Hudson instead of Beresford. County Treasurer Slade is one of the most earnest and determined Roosevelt supporter in the state. H. ('. Carpenter, .1. II. Henrich, Tolof Torkelson and C. E. La Bar were up from Hudson Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Boyce, Mrs. Hammond and Willard Pryor were visitors at the asylum last Friday. Miss Mildred Jones of Mason City, Iowa, lias been the guest of Miss Florence McDermott the past week. Mrs. Warner of Waterville, Neb., arrived Saturday to visit her daught er. Mi's. Driver down on the Riverside farm. Miss Euieline Johnson of La Valley, had her paper changed from the llar isburg route to the Worthing route this week. William Bell called Tuesday and re newed his subscription. William is one of the Leader's prompt paying subscribers. W. E. Abbott and A. S. Stuckey are advertising auction sales. Both had their handsome sale bills printed at this office. Willard Pryor of Doon, Iowa, after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Boyce and Mrs. Hammond has re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Ingold returned to Hawarden Tuesday, after spending a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Fred Redfield. The genial Schaber of the Hudson ite was a Canton visitor last week and he found the cause of reform I growing everywhere. Ex-State Auditor Mayliew is a new subscriber this week. lie was an honest official and the machine tried to crush him, but failed. Mrs. John Peterson entertained a large number of lady friends last Fri day afternoon in her elegant new home 011 east second street. The ladies of the Congregational church are going to give a social at the home of Mrs. J. I). Cloud next Wednesday afternoon. The public invited. States' Attorney Spangler of Mitch ell came down from Sioux Falls Tues day and went west. He reports Davison county in line for a "square deal" and ready to bury the bosses. Ainsworth's orchestra furnished music for a delightful hop at the Ru dolph Saturday evening, and enter tained a large crowd of Sunday guests at the Rudolph for a Sunday dinner. Hon. W. E. Benedict of Belle Fourcheis a new subscriber this week, and Bro. Benedict believes it is high time for the people of the state to regulate their own affairs. City Marshal Everson of Harrisburg was a visitor Tuesday. He was much pleased with the result of the bank robbers trial over at Tyndall, where the safe busters got from 10 years to 14 years each. Wm. II. Miller, Jr., Sander Bryn julson, Knut Ulrikson, John W. Bren ner and B. II. Tripp called to discuss corn and they are all enthusiastic corn men. Nels Larson called in the middle of the rush and said he loved corn, religion and contentment, and seemed as happy as any of the boom ers. Mrs. William Robinson will reopen the old Robinson restaurant on 5th street, Saturday, Feb. 10. Her hus band was the Pioneer restaurant man of Canton, and few indeed there are in Lincoln county who have not at one time or another taken meal with "Billy" Robinson. Mrs. Robin son wanted to rent her building, but no one seemed ready to do so, so she has concluded to open a first class restaurant herself, having secured all the necessary help to do so. The old time friends of Billy Robinson will do their share in patronizing the widow. A. J. Berdahl and wife are down from Garretson, Mrs. Berdahl coming for treatment by Dr. Lena Eneboe. jMr. Berdahl says .the rural precincts of Minnehaha are getting ready to destroy the boss system in that coun ty and thereby help to clean it out all I over the state. He says he never saw so much anti-machine republican war point as is now visible all along the Sioux Valley, and feels perfectly safe in saying that County Superintendent 1 Ustrud will have.the delegation solid behind him in the June convention— which means it will be against the machine bosses, and the good work has just commenced. Armory Hall February 5th, 6th, 7 th Uhe ypobte's u/iea/re Company In high class repertoire of standard plays. SPECIAL SCENERY. High class vaudeville aets. A Great Cast. Don't fail to see this popular company. USUAL MATINEE. Seats on sale at Noid's. Popular Prices. Tli« tii ieK Social. On Thursday evening January -", tho Grieg Sangforening Society gave one of their delightful socials in their hall in honor of the "passive" mem bers who number seventeen, not counting their "bettor halves." Joy and mirth and song and oratory tilled up the evening hours and the pro gram was a delight. The program opened with a song by the Grieg.s, Hon. C. O. Knudson delivered a short address, Mrs. A. N. liragstad gave a reading, a mixed choir sang, and Messrs. Knudson and Sorum sang a duet, all of which were heartily ap plauded. Mr. KHudson's speech was full of praise for music and referred to the old songs all heard and learned from the dear old mothers and fathers as they taught their children of form er glories, and the speaker believed that such inspiration in childhood had done much to make men better and more patriotic. "Who can doubt it" said the speaker, "when we think of 'Ja vi elsker dette Landet som nu stizer frem,' and "Ilor ossSeva model' for oss alia,' when we think of the strained relations between Norway and Sweden and the happy and peace ful ending of the difficulty. The speaker paid a splendid tribute to the passive members and thanked them for their generous aid in a lin ancial way ana hoped the Griegs would ever retain the love and respect of our people which has been so beau tifully and so kindly expressed in the past. The "kitchen" program followed the intellectual feast and it is need less to say this part of the program was carried out to perfection. Prof essor Tuve seemed to be the only one whose appetite lacked the joy of hunger, and the ladies were of the opinion that the absence of Mrs. Tuve had much to do with the Professor's condition. President Anderson called upon Prof. Tuve for a speech and he reponded and paid the Griegs many well deserved compliments, as did also Gudmund Skartvedt, Thomas Thor son and other speakers who were called upon. E. S. Hanson was a Worthing visit or Wednesday. Mrs. T. J. Knowlton went down to Ireton Thursday. The Worthing correspondence ar rived too late for this week. Irwin Little is struggling with a severe attack of tonsilitis. Miss Aineda Clark of Worthing was in Canton Wednesday. Elouise Smith daughter of Post master Smith, is reported on the sick list. Martin Odegaard has sold out at Madison and is back to Canton for the winter. Mrs. C. G. Lawrence went down to Hudson Wednesday for a visit with her sister. Charlie Swenson is home from the north part of the state where he has been putting in heating plants. Mrs. Caswell of In wood was in Can ton Tuesday, on her way to Mexico. She is going there for her health. Mrs. Dawson of Armour returned to her home Tuesday after a visit with her sister Mrs A. E. Stowell. Mrs. A. G. Pond and daughter of Fairview were visitors between trains Tuesday on their way to Pukwana. Ed Graneng has just finished a nice cement floor in the basement of John Millie's new home on Cedar street. W. C. Dingle who has been Working in the Oehmen & Ovre barber shop, has accepted a position in the Webb barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson enter tained a party of fourteen ladies and gentlemen at a 7 o'clock dinner Tues day evening. Joe Anderson returned Friday from Chicago and Grand Rapids where he purchased a large stock for their Can ton trade. The Warren Noble Theatre Com pany is well known in Canton and they always give satisfaction. Three nights, Feb. 5tli, 6th and 7th. A. L. Miner returned Wednesday from Cherokee, Iowa, where he has been visiting for the past two weeks: He was accompanied home by his brother Frank. Deputy United States Marshal John Petrie of Chamberlain was a visitor Thursday. He is the most daring, fearless and successful man on Capt. Bullock's staff. Mrs. Laughlin of Pierre was in the city Wednesday to inspect the Degree of Honor lodge. She gave a very interesting lecture during the evening for the good of the order. G. Skartvedt, Local Representative. WILL 1 IsSS Go Land Prices in North Dakota! The lands are still cheap—because it is anew country, and not as dense ly populated as the other states. But our district will tell another story, for the banner crops which we have been getting will make prices jump. Don't you want to jump before the lands do? Think of itl Land which will yield $10.o) to $2".00 an acre in wheat In the second year isn't going to sell for less tluin $2".oo, and some of it Is selling for that now. When you think of the rich, new soil covered with thick grass, under laid with excellent veins of lignite coal, with plenty of good water, and sell ing for to $i.!i an acre (one third cash and balance on easy payments) doesn't it make you want to come out and see the country, before the prices are boomed? If you could be there now—see the railroad surveyors hurrying through these lands, getting ready to push their road through and claim the excel lent business that is developing there. See the rivalry among them, for they know that the "early bird will get the worm," and the worm is a big, fat one too. if you could only see that as it is today you'd be in a big hurry to plant yourself right there. Then when the BIG JUMP comes you'll be among the independent ones and you'll wear the "smile that won't come off," and you'll have good reason tor congratulating yourself because you struck out at the proper time. llJm. jfc. S/Srousn Co., of l.'ll La Salle St. Chicago, HI., and Mandan and Richardton, North Dakota, present this opportunity to you. We own and control over 100,000 acres of this rich land in Morton and Hettinger counties, No. Dak., at the prices and terms above mentioned and can give you the chance of your life time if you will take It. Just speak to the scores of people from Canton and vicinity who have already JUMPED and whom we have located in Morton and Ilettlnge counties. North Dakota, and see what they think about their investment. See if any of them want, to sell out without a good round profit. See if they do not say that the country is making rapid strides forward that will soon bring them two or three times profit on their investment. We are not acting agents for anyone but own the land and can "deliver the goods" when we make a deal and can make prices and terms that are right, and that area boon to the man of moderate means, who wants to be come a land ownec and be Independent. Read the following testimonial of Mr. Wm. Woll of Lovington, 111., and see what he thinks of buying North Dakota land in the winter time: ']v Lovington, Illinois, January 11th, 190(1. 1 left Lovington, III., Dec. 18th, 1905, to see the North Dakota lands of the Wm. 11. Brown Company, accompanied by the Company's Moultrie Coun ty representative. My eldest son, William, had already visited North Dakota with these" gentlemen and his report was so favorable that I decided to buy land there if I liked the country. We left from Mandan and drove over considerable of Morton county for three days and 1 must say that we had fine weather and treatment. Both at Mrs. Ray Smith's and Mrs. Turnbull's we had every comfort in the way of good beds and plenty of the best to eat, though there were seven men in our party. 1 finally purchased 320 acres adjoining my son's quarter section and tiled on a homestead of KS0 acres, so that we now own a section of fine land, )40 acres in all. I have rented land in Illinois for a good many yean and only by the hardest work have raised a family of nine children. I have nothing against Illinois, but I cannot afford to buy land at $125.00 to $150.00 an acre, and 1 could see no other way of doing anything for my family except by moving to anew country where the land is cheaper. The soil in this section of North Dakota Is every bit as good as the best dirt in our Illinois corn belt. 1 talked with a good many farmers and they all liked the coun try and are doing well. One of them, Henry Cotner, came from Asumptlon, Illinois, two years ago and is 08 years old. He looks like a man of 50. I am 57 years old and feel fine after my trip and am glad that my son and I own a mile square of this fine land, where am going to move in the spring. Very respectfully, Wm. Woll. More Of The Same Kind.. In addition to Wm. Woll, Lovington, 111., whose letter we print, the fallowing Illinois buyers of North Dakota land will give their impressions of the country from recent visits: W. T. Batty, John Bly, W. I. Bushart, Findlay: J. C. Williamson, Arthur: Morris, Little, Rob't Mullen, W. A. fliers, E. L. McClure, Edgar Tobias Rhodes, Sullivan, etc. JVrite to any of these men. That's the way they are going to North Dakota, and the above is simply a fair sample of the way they feel after they have been there. 1 am making trips to Morton and Hettinger counties every week or two,, and the weather there is mild and pleasant, such as we are having here In South Dakota. Don't wait but join ray next excursion and we will please you. Come and see me at my office in Canton and let me show you the ex cellent set of about 100 views of Morton and Hettinger counties and remem* ber that the one who makes the JUMP NOW will count the greater profits. Very truly yours, J. B. Slosson, ,4'f Traveling Representative. TUBE. No treatment uaed at home will cure you. All must come to my ottce. You M, come on one train and return on th^nMt^Consultation free. Call or writ*lor Llteratar, DOCTOR. WRAY, 218 Toy Block, Sioux City, Iowa START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT P. O. Canton, S. D. My Claims to Your Confidence 1 urn irraduate mill licensed pliyxlcian. 1 am parmanentljr tablished lu this city aud have flrnt claas professional and bualnMa reputation. I claim to be the leading: expert In this part of the country in the «ucee«sful treatment and cure of rupture. I hare cured hundred* of peraonH. many ot whom live in tnia olty and ad jacent towns, and no physician in thii or any other city hat a elean er record than I»OOTOM WIAT RUPTURE take and ao li leet. AmS TAKE A TRIP TO CALIFORNIA It is not an expensive trip—it costs less to live there than here. If you cannot stay six weeks, stay two—you will never regret it. The trip there and back is a rest and recreation in itself. The through train service via the Chicago, Milwaukee i& St. Paul Railway offers a variety of routes: Via Omaha and Ogden via Omaha and Salt Lake City, and via Kansas City and through scenic Colorado. Another interest ing route is via St. Paul and Minneapolis, Why not go one route and return via another? Write today for rates and folders showing through train service, mailed free on request. 35 1 %r F. A. MILLER. 'C fiineral Pisstngir Aflit, CHICAIQ.