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MAY 26, 1905
Shako Into YoHr 8hoc
Alton's Foot Easo, apowdcr for
the feet. It curoa painful, swollen,
smarting, norrous foot, and instantly
takoa tho sting ont of corns and
bunions. IV a tho grctLtent
comfort discovery of the
ne. Allou'a Foot liaao makes tlf?ht
fltung or now Bhocsfeoloasy. It is
a certain cure for Ingrowing nails,
sweating, callous and hot. tired.
soiling foot. Wo havo ovor CO, 0C0
uwuraoniaiB. 'A'Jtx x'X 1 U-IIAY.
Bold by ail Druggists and Shoo Stores,
23o. Do not accent any hhuhU
tuto. Bontby niallfor25o.lnstampH.
MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET
POWDERH, tbo bostmodiclnofor
VoTorisli, Sickly Children. 8old by
JDrtiffRlBtaovcry whore. Trial Pookaso
JU JLXJli AUUfUnH.
ATiTiEN S. OliiHSTKU, I,c Rov. N. Y.
Mention this pnpor.
1 Gansell your Real Estate or Business
No matter Where Located
Properties nnd busi
ness of nil kinds sold
quickly for cash, in nil
pnrts of the United
States. Don't wait.
"Write today describinc
what you have to sell
and give cash price on
A. P. Tone Wilson, Jr.
Real Estate Specialist
'In a pinch,
PQU WILL BITE S2S V.3SZ oWE
I lUIi year if you use Magic Fish Lure.
J)oat Halt ever invented for nets,
trapf, and troUlino. Write today and get a
box to help introduce it. Agcnti wanted.
J. F. GREGORY, ANADARKO, OKLA.
MAI ftnd "Whlafcey ITablta
I 1 Hffl CHred at homo without
J IWI Pain. Book of particulars
nnmnMBMM. "vu. ... . urn.
ey,A.l.,A.Uaifa,Gcu, 103 N. Pry or St.
iutcut croiiDcn or fee return
r A I tH I aLUUntU ED. Fbkb opinion
I H 1 1.11 1 ULUUIIUU ng tQ potentabUlty.
Send for Guide Book and What to invent, finest
publications issued for free distribution. Patents
securedby us advertised at our expense. Evans,
Wilkens & Co., 015 F. St. Washington, D. C.
SLIGHTLY USED FURNITURE
I from tho INSLDI5 INN and ton oiner
leading World's Fair hotels
AT ONE-FOURTH COST
IroH Beds, 50c; Dressers, $2 JO;
Extension Tables, S3J0; Chairs,
25c Sheets. 10c: 9x12 Rues, $5.00;
and everything- In proportion. All Rood so new.
Out. Big Warehouse Im Overflowing
Room must bo mado to handle our contracts.
The greatest Bargain Clearing Sale over hold.
Complete Catalogue sent FBBE Dopt. J. A.
LANCAN& TAYLOR, St. Louis, Mo.
. TOURIST CARS POPULAR.
Tho Idea that an inferior class of people
patronize the tourist sleepers is an error.
On many trips only tho best class of trav
elers are foundt They are merely men
and women of good sense who would rath
er travel to California in this manner and
save a snug sum of money to be used
elsewhere. It is beginning to bo under
stood that it is by no means necessary for
a travelor to spend a largo sum of money
in order to enjoy a trip to tho Pacific
If you cross tho continent in one of tho
tourist sleepers of tho Union Pacific you
will enjoy your trip and save considerable
money. Inquire of E. B. Slosson, Gen'l
FOLLOW THE FLAG
- vr - : Trlp
Niagara Falls, N. Y., tickets sold June
17, 18, 19.
Toronto, Ont, tickets sold Juno 18, 19,
indlanapolls, Ind., tickots sold Juno 19,
20, 21, 22.
Asbury Park, N. J., tickets sold June 28,
29, 30. July 1. '
Baltimore, Md., tickots sold July 1, 2, 3.
Buffalo, N. Y., tickets sold July 7, 8, 9.
Long limits, stop-overs and many other
features can be offered In connection with
"Write me and let mo send you maps,
descriptive matter, folders, rates from
either Omaha or Chicagoland all other in
formation. Harry B. Moores, Q. A. P. D.;
Wabash It B OniahaNeb. ;;'
Enoch Carlson, an eight year old
hoy waa killed by a strike breaker
in Chicago May 16. Tho lad was shot
down by a negro who, in company
with several companions, was parad
ing the street and flourishing a revolver.
Mayor McClellan of Now York
signed the-75 cent gas bill which, In
the opinion of its champions will in
sure a better quality of gas and re
duce the bills.
Kirke La Shelle, play-wright, died
at his summer home on Long Island.
General Sokolovsky, governor of
Eufa Province in Russia, was shot
and fatally wounded. The man who
did the shooting made his escape.
Governor Johnson of Minnesota, In
fixing the date for' the execution of
a murderer, took occasion to say that
ho did so because the law required
it, but that he was opposed to capital
Even the messenger boys in Chi
cago are on a strike.
General Maximo Gomez, tho Cuban
patriot, is critically ill at Santiago,
Cuba. He was required to undergo
The Japanese government has
been informed that German troops are
occupying Haichou, raising and salut
ing the German flag. It is claimed,
however, that the Germans are mere
Governor LaFollette sent in a mes
sage to the "Wisconsin legislature,
stating that the railroads in that
state have, during the last two years
withheld $420,000 in back taxes by
falling to report $10,500,000 of their
gross earnings upon which they should
have paid a license fee of 4 per cent.
The United States District Attorney
at Topeka has filed suits in tho fed
eral court charging the Missouri Pa
cific, the Iron Mountain, and the
Frisco roads with violating tho law
relating to safety appliances and the
feeding of cattle in transit.
Mrs. Henrietta Robinson, eighty
nine years old, who was known as
"tho veiled murderess, died at the
Mattewan State Hospital at New
bury, N. Y. In 1853 she was convicted
of the murder of Timothy Lanagan
and Catherine Lubee in Troy, N. Y.
She wore a heavy veil during her
trial and refused to remove It. She
was sentenced to be hanged June 19,
1853. Her sentence was commuted
to imprisonment. She persistently
refused to reveal her Identity, say
ing that she had kept the secret for
fifty years and it might as well die
Jessie Bartlett Davis, the well
known. singer, died at Chicago.
Herbert V. Croker, son of. Richard
Croker of New York, died on the
train near Newton, Kan.
The general assembly of the Pres
byterian church was held at Winona
Lake, IntLt May 17.
Eleven yachts, representing three
nations, started May 15 In a race
across tho Atlantic for Emperor Wil
L. P. Ohllnger, formerly president
of tho Wooster, Ohio, National bank,
was sentenced to eight yoars In tho
penltentiaryf Ohllnger was at one
tlmo a member of congress. No
served as postmaster under Cleve
land's first administration and was
internal revenue collector under
Cleveland's second administration.
It is reported that as a result of
tho Loomis-Bowen controversy Bowen
will retire from tho diplomatic ser
vice, while Mr. Loomis will resign
tho place of assistant secretary to
take a mission abroad.
Walter Neef, European manager
of tho Associated Press, died in Liv
erpool, aged forty-eight. For years
ho was assistant general manager for
tho Associated Press at Chicago.
London cablegrams say that tho
man who assassinated Grank Duke
Serguls, February 17, at Moscow, was
George F. Meade of Boston, testi
fied before the senate interstate com
merce committee that Armour & Co.
in some cases charged several rail
roads $2.50 per ton on freight for
ttie ice used, and paid tho roads a
rebate of a dollar per ton.
The Indianapolis Gag company's
lease has expired and the city will
exercise its right under the ordinance
of 1884 to purchase tho property.
A dispatch to the Chicago Tribune,
under date of Washington, May 17,
says: "The United States will be
called upon to refund $7,000,000 to
claimants under the recent decision
of the supreme court in the cases of
the United States against Peabody &
Co., and against Warner, Barnes &
Co. The claimants had paid duty on
goods imported into tho Philippines
at the rates imposed by the presi
dent's order of July 12, 1898, and
which were continued in force until
July 1, 1902. Tho supreme court held
that tho president's order expired by
its own terms when the war with
Spain came to an end. Attorney Gen
eral Moody today asked the supreme
court for a rehearing of the two
cases. In his brief, Solicitor General
Hoyt argued that the exercise of the
war power continued during tho Fili
pino insurrection, and did not cease
with the ratification of the treaty with
Spain. Tho solicitor general main
tains that the supreme court's in
quiry was not exhaustive, and con
cludes: 'Without magnifying possi
ble dangers, it is evident, I think,
that while the opinion of the court
strikes down only the tariff on mer
chandise from the United States, the
legality of the entire structure of
civil government after tho ratification
of tho treaty is Involved and may be
denied hereafter relative to other
features not now presented or fore
seen, if the court adheres unquali
fiedly to the logic of this opinion.'"
All transaction on hotter. Sure a Diamond.
Win a heart. livery woman fovea a Diamond.
livery woman knows that to be attractive aba
must look attractive. She want to wear a
Diamond. Gratify her. Oratify her love for
the beautiful. Present her with a Diamond.
The sparkling Diamond lasts forever. Bvery
day durlnsc life tho loved one Is reminded of
the giver's admiration and generosity.
The Tlm In RhV Rl),mo.n,,,,,r'K,t now. Yo
III I line IU UUy can mako a iiront whllo you
are wearing It. Dlntnonda are going up in vuluo
twenty per cout OTory yew. Write for Catalog,
Write for Our Splendid Catalog ft itt
trttllonn of Plfttnomlfl. Watchon nnd Jewelry. Wo will
Souvenir Diamond Ilooklot. You can wlcct tho artlclo
yon want nntl wrnr i t youraolf or jrecnt It to a loml
one. Wo will noud It to you on approval. If you ilka
Jt, payono nrth tho prlco arid ki-cp it, ncmilng tho
hnliuiro to im in olKht equal monthly payment. Wo
nay ail exprn chargm. Wowkno security. Wo
create no tmhllclly. Wo mnko no Inmtlrics of em
ploycm. All traiiRACttons aro prlvntOAnd ronndontlal.
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Paint Without Oil
Ilemarkable Discovery That Cuts Down
The Cost of Paint Seventy
five Per Cent
A Free Trial Package is Mailcfl to Everyone
A. L, Illcc. a prominent manufacturer ot
Adams, N. Y.. has discovered a process of mak
ing u new hind of paint, without the use ot oil.
He calls It Powdrpalnt. It comes to the con
jiuiner a dry powder, and all that Is required la
cold water to make ti paint water-proof, lire
proof nnd as durable as oil pulnt. It adheres to
any surface, wood, stone or brick, spreuds and
looks like oil paint and costs about one-fourth
Wrlto to Mr. A. I. KIcc, Manufacturer. -105
North St., Adams. N. Y.,and he will send you
a free trial packnee, also color card and full In
formation showing you how you cun save a
irood many dollars. Write to-dav.
THE BEEF TRUST'S NERVE
Bight in tho face of the Investiga
tion of the beef combine the price of
that article of food has just been ad
vanced 2 to 3 cents a pound by the
packers. Porterhouse steak retails in
Lincoln at 20 cents a pound, sirloin 18,
round 15, shqulder 121-2, rib roast 15
BEST HARNESS IN THE WORLD
for the money. Made of old-fashioned oak tan
California leather, by
expoit workn en. Ifca
vy slntrle strap, trace
and breast collar, dou
ble hip nnd collarstrap.
Line, 1 In. hand part.
Made In nickel Imita
tion rubber and solid
price, $l2..r0. In clubs of
three 130.00, express
prepaid, any railroad station In the U.S. Oak
Leather Harness Co., Lincoln, Neb. P.O. Hox700
The Inland Farmer
Published e.t Louisville, Ky.
Onoof tho lnrgost, most Influential and RUbitnntlAl
agricultural papers published In tho houth-c!iitra
states. Sixteen to twenty-four pages weekly, hub
scrlntlon prlco ono dollar nor yenr
SPECIAL OFFEIt: For a limited tlmo only wo enn
make readers of Tho Commoner a special clubbing
prico of $1.25 for both papers or ono yar. Bend
all orders to Tho Commoner, Lincoln Neb.
YOU GAN'T AFFORD
to bay poultry fencing without In
vestigating Tlio PAGE. It it mado
of lurcer. stronger colled prlnr
wire, hcAvlly galvanised, with
bottom space only 1H IncneH, ro
Ouiroa fewer nuatA. no boards.
looks better and lnU much longer.
PAGE WOViLN WIUE FENCE CO,
uox o-u , Adrian, jmctu
bcstbyTest 78VEARS. WeDAV CASft
Want MORE Salesmen Vr I Weekly
Stark Nursery, Louisiana, Mo.; DinsviUe, N. Y.
pork chops 15. The packers demand
$15 to $20 per carcass more than two
weeks ago. We wonder if this advance
will make the net profit on each ani
mal butchered more than 99 centsthe
amount Mr. Garfield reported as tho
profit made by the packers. It would
seem that the combine is not afraid
of Teddy, the trust-buster. Crete
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