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Commoner volume c, number 25
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THE COMMONER. Lincoln, Neb
Having decided oh a locki canal it is high
time to-grab the pick.
The packers might offer as a vindication that
theyhever manufactured limberger cheese.
Secretary Shaw favors smaller dollar bills.
T,he present ones-are hard enough to find.;'-
I M 1
It' is ' a' safe guess that the congressmenKwho
oppose a pure food bill are not eating everything
'offered them. ''
President Roosevelt might use part of that
$25,000 travel fund to follow up some of his
threats "against lawbreakers.
Mr. Jacob Gould Schurmann's compliments to
Mr. Chancellor Day, and will the chancellor please
put that in his pipe 'and smoke it?
Report Bays that Senator Depow is Improv
,. ing. If will be generally admitted that there is
,4 plenty of room for improvement in several direc-tTvktfons.
A part of that travel fund night be used
to good advantage following up Secretary Shaw,
and censoring his remarks before they aro ut
David R. Francis is going to -erect a fountain
in the Kentucky town where he was born. We
presume the bnsin will be of marble, with carved
mint leaves in bas relief.
A Kansas patriot advocates another inch on
the length of the tails of shirts as a means
of enhancing the demand for cotton. This is a
species of shirt waste that the average man will
Carping critics are complaining because- Mr.
Bryan had a suit of clothes made in Vienna. As
Mr. Bryan has been gone nearly a year it would
seem that the critics oxpect him to come home
in a barrel,
The St. Louis man who committed suicide be
cause tho fish would not bite seems to have-lacked
all tho essential characteritsics of the successful
"om-nuau. isvuus last act, however, ho land&d
a a 1 z- - w m a -j i i
.... 0vj UUV11U1,
A millionairoX stove manufacturer in Kala
!hnZnH,SUllr his1sV out of a 10'000 automobile
St? S?P (lay, anrt sqt Wm t0 worlc on tlie stets
? J n?iep (iay Every nmv and the" an Amer
ican millionaire shows evidence of not having
been spoiled by his money.
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Ark.; Geo. W. Brubaker, Sr,; Loudonville, Ohio;
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Smily, Bangor, Michigan; Isaac" E. Duisne
berre, Geneva, N. Y. R. B. Stilwell, Jamestown,
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Va.; Dr. W. H. Stevenson, Cincinnati, Iowa; W.
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R. J. Thorntpn, Tuskegee, Ala.; M. C. Holt, Fal
mouth, Ky.; R. H. Perkins, Woodbine, Ky.; H.
Bender, Wisdom, Mont.; J. H. Hobson, Newport
:News, Va.; R. H. Russell, Knox, N. D.; John H.
Blose, Tremoat City, Ohio; M. J. Steele, Steele,
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dan, Carthage, Mo.; W. E. Phipps, Medford, Ore.;,
C. L. Cahall, Philadelphia, Pa.; 'Peter Hahn, Bour
bon, Ind.; A. S. Beardsley, Dillon, Mont.; W. H.
Morgan, Carrollton, .Ohio.
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Worthington, Ind., 7; J. W. Wells, M. D., Jeffer
sontown, Ky., 6; Fenton Keenan, Madison, s. D.,
6; Jas. Barret, Shellor, 111., 6; Cyrus Nelson, Nel
son, Mont, 6; S. S. Henne, Marietta, Ohio, 7; A. B.
Baker, Convoy, Ohio, 8; E. L. White, Bidwell,
Ohio, 6; J. E. Downing, Dayton, Ohio, 15;; E. T.
Figgins-, Dover, Ky., 6;E. J. Hall, Marion, Intl.,
24; Harry Litzinger, Somerset, Ohio, 7; L. H.
Hosier, Pioneer, Ohio, 7; Lr. W. Rulon, Farns
worth, S. D. 6; D. H. Davis, Sunbury, Ohio, C;
James H. Carroll, Ina, 111., 10; W. T. Potter,
Sharpsville, Pa., 6; H. W. Stockes, Waynesileld,
Ohio, 7; A. L. Moreland, Iowa City, la., 8; G. W.
Sager, Athens, Ind., 6; George W. Warner, S.
Dayton, N. Y., 6; W. L. Rigney, Paola, Kan., 8;
John Grubbs, Sioux City, Iowa, 7) Jerome Byard,
Decker, Ind., 9; J. E. Blattner, Mexico, Mo., 7;
P. B. Shinn, Logansport, Indiana, 6; A.
D. Bawley, State'sville, N. C, 41; I. W.
McClary, Huntington, W. "Va., 33; A. IT. Taylor,
Rutherford, Tenn., 23; Chas. B. Stilwell, Bryan,
Texas, 15;. P. Walsh, McCook, Nebr., 17; J. D.
McClure, Albany, Mo., 11; Geo. W. Finnup, Gar
den City, Kans.,10; Jos. F. Cuddy, Menominee,
Mich., 11; H. R. Thomas, Logan, Ohio, 10; W.
Askins, Union City, Tenn., 11; D. G. Stevenson,
Tuskegee, Ala., 11; Owen King, Spring Green,
Wis., 14; Wade Hunt, Front Royal, Va 10; Eli
Holland, Deer Lodge, Mont., 6; J. H. Donnelly,
Vergennes, Vt., 7; W. S. Scott, San Francisco,
6; H. H. Russell, Warrensburg, Mo., 9; Mrs. Mary
L. Smith, Pueblo, Colo., 7; Wm. B. Ice, Jr., Fair
mont, W. Va,, 9; D. A. Jones, Abingdon, Va., 6;
D. C. Shaffer, White Cloud, Ind., 7; J. Q. Martin,
Ash Grove, Mo. 6; A. T. Adams, Union City,
Tenn., 8; W. B. Fleming, Chicago, 111., 7; F. H.
Jackson, Winchester, Kentucky, 6; G. B.
Chancellor, Parkersburg, West Virginia, G;
J. S. Wheatley, Sardis, Kentucky, G; J. M.
Snider, Jackson, Mo., 6; J. D. F. Smith,
Cherokee, la. 6; Joseph Beattey, Roanoke, Ind.,
7; J. C. Van Allen, Olney, 111., 11; R. G. Galbrath,
West Plains, Mo., 7; George Boyd, Uhrichsville,
Ohio, 7; W. H. Pelton, Canton, S. D., 34; A. Os
wald, Beaumont, Tex., 10; A. P. Hanson, Elliott,
111., G; T. M. Traughber, Owensboro, Ky., 7.
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