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Adieu

The Echo is issued this week under the hands of new management, Mr. F. J. Tuttle, who has been working in the office for the past several months, having bought out the newspaper department and tood possession May 1.

I retire from the business on account of having other work that requires my attention, and will continue to sell and exchange such lands and city property as may be listed with me. Farnam will continue to be my home, my headquarters will be at the printing office, where you can see me at any time, or find out where I am.

I wish to thank the many patrons and friends whose assistance have been with me and I assure you that such kindness will abide with me as a treasured recollection for all time.

Mr. Tuttle is a printer with long experience and this combined with his experience as an editor places him in a position to serve the patrons of the Echo to a better advantage. I bespeak for him a liberal patronage from those needing the paper or work in his line.

Yours very truly,
W. H. Berger.

The Farnam Echo 11(21):1, Thursday, 7 May 1914

 



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