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WHAT WILL YOU READ THIS WINTER
In these days of specialties no single publication will iill all the requirements of the average home. How to select is the question with the
majority of readers, We offer here some suggestions to assist our readers in ordering their periodicals for the coming year, Our combinations
have been arranged with care, and the selections are adapted to the widest range of indiv'dual taste.
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Thrice-a-Week World, Now York
Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Ga
Farm and Hdme (semi-mo.), Springfield, Mass,, and
Farm, Stock and Homo (somi.mo.), Minneapolis
Home and Farm (semi-mo.,) Louisvillo, Ky
Roviow of Reviews. Now York :...
Public Opinion (new) and Cosmopolitan, New York
Arena, Now York
Success, Now York . . . . ;
Household, Now York ;,.
Pilgrim, JBattlo Crook, Mich ....;..
World-Herald, Omaha ?
Nebraska Independent, Lincoln ','.,...
Springfield Republican, Springfield, Mass
Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio ;
Indianapolis Sentinel, Indianapolis, Ind
Rocky MountainNews, Denver
Seattle Times, So'attlo, Wash. ;
Salt Lake Herald, Salt Lake City (semi-weekly)
New subscriptions only.
The Commoner with any one of the above
one year for the club price.
Our clubbing offer and combination offer both apply
to new or renewal subscriptions to The Commoner and
all papers namedrexcept Public Opinion.
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iM AND HOME by adding 15 cents to combination price.
a TP COMMONER ? a weekly journal, which, while devoted in its editorial
&i mS? th dls,?ussion of P tica; economic and sociological questions ur
Mr ffl8d0'8 ea(? W? a,supply of 6enoral literature of the highest order.
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THE NEW rwTbqUe8trs'gardless of their party affiliations.
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THE COMMONER, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA.
Money, Trusts and Imperialism,
the latest book by W. H. Harvey, author of Coin's Fi-
t nanoial School, the most entertaining and instructive
book by this author, containing a world of information.
It should be in every family library, and read and studied
by young and old alike.
184 pages, paper bound, 25 cents. , In Cloth, $1.00.
Coin's Financial School,
150 pages, in cloth only, $1.00'
A Tale of Two Nations,
302 pages, in cloth only, $1.00
Coin's Financial School,
and Coin's Financial
The latter an answer to the critics of
Coin's Financial School, both bound
in ono Tolume. In cloth only ... $2. OO
The Great Debate,
between Roswell Q. Hoar and Mr. Har
vey, 535 pages, in cloth only .... $2.00
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Adte C0IN puBiSHING CO., $
Mention The Commoner wben sending for any of the books adrertised above.
MR. WEBSTER DAVIS' BOOK J
,msr. Sm outcome of a visit to the Transvaal, made by Mr.
ffebSrP?Y1? H0 e W .Assistant .Secretary of the Interior, under T
: Mr. McKinlev's first administration, and n rnanif nt miv. u v ' i v ? tf .
g - 1 --.v.vl nmiiuuo UrOttO 111&
I John Bulls Crime or
Assaults on Republics
thft T?.ArmVlifiii 1
party and affiliated himself with'
ine opposmon. The author ve
hemently arraigns the British gov
ernment for the Transvaal war.
Whethorthe reader agrees with
the author or not,' he will be inter-
esiea in nis presentation of the;
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