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RAILWAY SYSTEM The sale of summer tourist tickets from Chicago to Eastern Tourist Resorts reached by the lines of the Grand Trunk Railway System, embracing Niagara Falls, Muskoka Lakes, St. Lawrence River, White Mountains, Portland, and Seacoast Resorts, commences June 1st, continuing to September 30th, inclusive.
Seaside and White Mountains Special, “The Finest Train in the World,” making weekly trips between Chicago, Portland, and Old Orchard Beach.
First trip eastbound from Chicago, June 24th. The elegance and comfort of this train, combined with the ever-changing panorama of nature's grand and beautiful scenery through which it passes, make it the most desirable train between Chicago and the Seashore and Mountain Resorts of the East. For further particulars, excursion folders, time tables, berths in sleepers, or tickets, apply to
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CREAMERIES IN SOUTH DAKOTA. During the past two years the creamery industry has grown from a small beginning until at the present time there are one hundred and ninteen (119) creameries and cheese factories scattered over the State, and all doing well.
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BETWEEN SEED TIME AND HARVEST Is a good opportunity to enquire about farming lands in South Dakota, only one day's ride from Chicago. Bountiful crops of Wheat, Corn, Barley and Flax reward the tiller of the soil. As a stock and dairy country South Dakota leads all the world. First class farm lands with near by markets can now be bought for from $10, $12, $15, and upwards, per acre, and this is the time to invest. For further particulars write to Geo. H. Heafford, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, Old Colony Building, Chicago, Ill.
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In the Lake Regions of Wisconsin, Northern Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa and South Dakota, along the lines of the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, are hundreds of charming localities preeminentlyfi tted for summer homes, nearly all of which are located on or near lakes which have not been fished out. These resorts range in variety from the "full dress for dinner'' to the flannel shirt costume for every meal. Among the list are names familiar to many of our readers as the perfection of Northern summer resorts Nearly all of the Wisconsin points of interest are within a short distance from Chicago or Milwaukee, and none of them are so far away from the "busy marts of civilization” that they cannot be reached in a few hours of travel, by frequent trains, over the finest road in the Northwest-the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. Send a two cent stamp for a copy of "Vacation Days'' giving a description of the principal resorts, and a list of summer hotels and boarding houses, and rates for board, to Geo. H. Heafford, G. P. A., Chicago, Ill.
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