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About The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1904)
yOLUMH 4, NUMBER 4
. DE LAVAL
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Jlvery Yetfr of Use
Over the Beat of
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and last from two to ten
times as long.
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ana noaiers. i
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est types of stove construction.
also addrm nf onv nnlchbor who vnu think will
UkstoTecelve our money saving: stove prop
osltlon. They will welcome the attractive cat
alogue we Intend to send them. Our stove
catalogue Is entirety free. Merely send a pps-
Montaomerv Ward Co
Michigan Ave., Madison and Washington Sts.
The Little Sorcvp Book
It's a ragged old book, all tattered and
Its badly soiled leaves by small, grimy
.The back has a crack.
And of gilt there's a lack;
"jL'he corners are bent and tho binding
But never a book made by bookmak
er's art ' ' '
So precious by half to tho fond moth
No gold you could hold.
Nor jewels untold,
Could bribe her from that little scrap
book to part
A picture cut out of an old magazine;
A badly gummed bit of a great moun
tain scene. " "
. And hero doth appear-
A winter scene drear.
Stuck in by a hand that was sadly un
clean. But tlie) pictures appear to her lovely
The workmanship neat and beyond all
To eyes that are "wise " ' '
To the work that there 'lies
As a sample of baby's art instinct so
rare. o .
-no picture more
l; s .
The print of a finger
Shows out on tho page mamma's fonii;
eyes to greet. '
A tear, I declare.
In tho grimy page there!
'Twos only that lacking to make it
So lay it away In a safe, .secure nook;
'Twill bring back old days of the past
when wo look
With tears through the years
Of our hopes and our fears ---.
At the darling babe's tattered
grimy scrap book. ' A
said. Mrs. Nuwed, "but Jack watf- a
member of the band, of the Young
Men's Athletic Club, the Mooses, tho
Ravens and the Bisons, and I was a
member of the Pie Swelta Pie, the
pung Woman's Club and the Musical
Society, and, and and well, tho wed
ding wasn't as quiet as we expected,"
Three great trusts in Gotham
Watered thier stockd'Immense.
If our trust-buster'ed been stronger
.They be there no longer.
Old Kin Coal
Old King Coal
Was a sordid old soul,
A sordid old soul was he.'
He hoisted the price
Not once, twice, but thrice,
And tittered in ghoulish glee.
expands arid bursts ovorv
starch coll. makes & finn.
"white, bubbling dounrh. ami
brings out every nutrltlvo
valuo of the flour. Do you want
nevor-falllng good broad? Ubo
Yeast Foam; it's
Old Mother Hubbard
Old Mother Hubbard
Went to the cupboard
To get her poor dog some "meat.
But when she got there
The cupboard was bare,
For the beeftrust had cleaned it complete.
NEBRASKA DAY I
TJtln Hnv Till t a
1 Little Boy J Blue, come toot on your
The trusts have now gobbled up all
,. t , -. Black Sheep .
Ba, ba! Jqlack sheep; liavc.you any
O, yes,Skind sir; three bags full.
Two for the wool trust, one for the
But not a single ounce, .sir, for, .your'
I WORLD'S FAIR!
October 2tfth hns been selected as NE
B11A8KA DAY. Tho WABASH 1b tho
lino nlt'Nobrnakans will uso as it lands all
pasBen'gere at World's Fnlr Station main
cntranco World's Fair grounds, thUR sav
ing extra car faro, tlmo and annoyance.
A VERY low rato has been made from
ALL stations. For Nebraska Day Badge,
World's Fair Guide and all information
call at Wabash City office 1601 Farnam
St., or address
HARRY X, MOORXg,
O. A. P. D. Wall. It. B.,
P. 8. All Agents can sell you through
and route you via WABASH.
They've- gobbled-, your wheat
they've gotibled your sheeD.
And they'll gobble you, too, if you lie
When will you awake? In the sweet
by and by? .." (
Then, Little Boy Blue, you'll be' hung
high and dry.
A. fine young herd of SHORTHORN
HEIFERS. Sired by Priace Imperial
2od,1870G9. A. pure Cruickshanks bull and
a sweepataV winner wherever shown
Also young bjills, low down thick raeated
ieilows. . H. B. QUINTON.
Dknmakk, Iowa. ,
Sprait and Wife
Jack Spratt could find no fat,
His wife could find no lean;
Because the trust in meat, you see,
.appeared upon the scene.
So Jack Spratt lived on hope,
His wife lived, too, en air.
Because the meat truBt day by day
Had; done them up for fair.
The Crooked Nan
There Was a crooked man who "worked
a crooked scheme.
He sprung a crooked trust while his
crooked eyes did gleam.
He "bought some crooked laws from a
lot of crooked men, "
And made a crooked fortune, but he
escaped the pen.
Seven Sizes t.
DePT28W.SMm?CBUlHER C(F JAOTOSSE WIS
It Wa? Not
"And was your wedding a "quiet one,
dear?" queried the distant friehd'after
the bride had returned from 'CHeVe'iP
ding journey. ' .,.
"We intended that it should be,"
Br &.I n Leeks
The loud prayers are not always the
Vast numbers of men mistake par-,
tisanshfbr;' patriotism "$Ci
Men achieve big things"' by patiently
attending to tho little details.
Patient endeavor sooner of later
finds .something that tha lazy loiterer
calls '.'good luck."
Some people shed advice like a cot
tonwood, tree sheds lint and with
about the same results,
Speak, .softly and carry an olive
branch, and you will go far in a day
and leave -friends along the way.
Trying to reason with a purblind
partisan is about as profitable as try
ing to eat bean soup with a fork.
The workman who does no more
than ho is paid to do, soon finds him
self unable-to get anything to do that
is paid for.
Think once before you speak; think
twice before you act; think thrice be
fore yon write it, and think four times
before you mail it
The foolish man figures on doing
yesterday's work tomorrow. The wise
man USUallV had tnrtmr'a fool- .n
started before yesterday closed.
A man never realizes how foolish he
was until ho accidentally comes across
a love letter he wrote to his wife before
they were .married. And the woman
usually wonders why the husband is
not as wise as the lover was.
Foot yoast moans badly.
, raised, badly-baked, dangorous
bread. Yoast Foam means tho
best and most etrongthonlng
bread in tho world.
. The secret is in the yeast
For sale by all grocora at 6o a
package enough for 40 loaves.
v4How to Make Broad" rcc.
NORTHWESTERN YEAST CO.,
week, which was without rain, ono
barrel of 'dust was obtained. In tho
same "week' the automatic sweepers in
tbfe: hotel gathered two and one-lialf
barrels 6t , dust The air drawn into
th,a Si. &egis passes through screens of '
fine meSbj cheesecloth. From these
screens tho8 Taarrel of tlust was gath
ered. This' shows that" "fresh air" in
a; city' s not aTways as !fresh as it
lis'when it is 'caugnt'ih'tiie country.
- -1 Whflfl Cltxr At, lo i;-J--.
. Tb&blg Hotel StrRegls,' New. York
,7 , w,i& ALO mr. xTom out
side air pumped into the hotel in one
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"Do you aw believe in the aw
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we all-7-aw sprung from apes, don't
JThe beautiful gir,l hesitated. "I never
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