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The most gentle of Nature's laxa
tives put into candy form. That's
Cascarets. Made to be taken
in dainty doses, when you don't
fee! at your best
A cure for the blues for the grouch for bad temper
For the cause of most of these troubles lies In the bowels.
A Cascarct tonight means a cheery day tomorrow. Six
bright days for ten cents. Are they worth it?
Don't think of Cascarets as a physic. They are candy tablets, as
good as they are gentle.
Thuir effect is the same as the effect of some foods. They stimulate
the bowels to natural action.
Those who have learned what Is best carry a box in the pocket.
They take one as soon as they need it.
Don't have a bowel wash-dny. Don't take physics in large, doses
You wash your face at the first sign of uncleanliness. Why not bo
as clean with your bowels?
You know by the symptoms when your bowels need help. One Cas
caret right then puts a stop to them.
You can just as well avoid these little ills just as well keep at
Cascarets are candy tablets. They are sold by all druggists,
but never in bulk. Be sure you get the genuine, with CCC
on every tablet. The price is 50c, 25c and
TEN CENTS PE,R. BOX
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WEAD CYCLE OO.'
The democrats of Cerro Gordo
county, Iowa, have organized a demo
cratic club. Tho ofllcers are: presi
dent, J. W. Jordan; vice-president,
Charles Paicurich; secretary, H. S.
btaubory; treasurer, J. W. Adams;
executive and financial committee,
John Stanton, B. B. Higley, W.
Tho democrats of Buffalo county,
Wisconsin in convention February 8,
endorsed IUr. Bryan for the nomina
tion. The law students of tho University
of tho Valparaiso. Indiana, universi
ty have organized a democratic club.
G. D. Iliggins is president and P. E.
Carter secretary. In a letter from
the oillcors for this club it is said:
lho interest and enthusiasm mani-
Hn., r ?ia11 !,resent at the oreaniza
fJ Ari10 club was veiy encourag
ni Aftor,mre fully organizing, wo
will extend tho club to all depart
ments of the university. As students
jyo would like to suggest to tho men
i n?i C? GgMS .aml universities to
unite with their fellow students in
heir endeavors to promote the in
toiosts of the common people's party
In doing this we can be a great torTe
in tho coming campaign. Thousands
of us will proudly cast our first votes
this year, and we should see them
cast right. Not only should we 5d
the cause by our ballots and those
of our follow students, but, since col
logo men are generally leaders
among their associates, we shouk I do
much good during tho summer vaca
tion. And, too, as those who are
now acquiring an education wSl bo
leaders in every walk of life it is
especial y necessary for the future of
the party to endow them with the
spirit of democracy. By the en
couragement wo have received, wo
think this would be a great move.
As wo wish to secure a number of
subscriptions to The Commoner,
please send us about fifty coupons
and some sample copies of your
The Washington county, Nebraska,
democrats in convention assembled
endorsed Mr. Bryan for the nomina
tion for president and favored the
re-nomination of Congressman Hitch
cock. The Bryan democratic club of Till
man, Oklahoma, has been organized
at Frederick. Ofllcers were chosen
as follows: president, 0. R. Gillis
pie; secretary, W. L. Coughlin; vice
president, Dr. J. P. Van Allen; as
sistant secretary, John B. Wilson;
treasurer, John Carr.
The Albany democratic club has
beon organized at Albany, Illinois.
G. Nevitt is secretary.
The Lake Chelan Bryan club has
beon organized at Chelan, Wash. J.
D. Huston, secretary.
Dr. J. T. McDonald is president
and Adolf Summerlin secretary of the
Bryan club organized at Mattoon,
The Shelbyville, Illinois, Bryan
club was organized with one hundred
members. Ofllcers are as follows:
president, Judge Calvin Greene; vice
president, Mayor E. R. Kneckt; sec
retary, Thomas B. Shoaff; treasurer,
R. S. Storm.
The democratic club organized at
re. Aticinson, lowa, began with a
membership of thirty-five. Henry
Witte was elected president, John
Schissel, vice president; Albert Gies
en, secretary and treasurer, and Jo
seph Sobolik, sergeant-at-arms.
A meeting to be held at Spring
field, Illinois, for the purpose of or
ganizing a state federation of Bryan
clubs was called by the following
named officials: Adlai E. Stevenson,
president McLlean county Bryan
club; M. F. Dunlap, president -ol
Jacksonville Bryan club; James M.
Graham, president of Springfield Bry
an club; John A. Worthington, presi
dent Anna democratic club; R. V.
Dustin, East St. . Louis democratic
chid; j. koss Mickey, president Mc
Donough democratic club; T. W.
McNeely, president Petersburg Bryan
democratic club; J. A. Sweet, presi
dent Marshall democratic league;
George N. Parker, president Robin
son Bryan club; William Goodman
Stephenson county democratic club;
Thomas Henshaw, president Carrol
ton Bryan club; W. H. Crow, presi
dent Pittsfleld Bryan club; W. L.
Cuntlff, secretary Bryan democratic
club of Vermillion county; John B.
Mount, president Will county Bryan
club, Joliet; W. L. Lancaster, presi-'
dent Jefferson club of Adams county,
Quincy; Chas. J. Mullikin, president
Champaign Bryan club; J. J. Baker,
president Mt. Vernon Bryan club; J.
B. Moyd, president Logan county
Bryan club, Lincoln; J. Spieldacli,
president Johnson democratic Bryan
club, Vienna; John M. Murphy, presi
dent Mt. Sterling Bryan club.
. r, Schweiser, presidont and M.
lh. Walsh, secretary of the executive
committee of the' "Missouri demo
crats to Denver club" have issued
Invitations to all Missouri clubs to
join us on our trip to Denver to
help nominate the next president of
the United States, William Jennings
Bryan, trusting that every member
of your club will be one of our party
?" ue ,ab' ve mentioned trip." Peter
Mr I01"11 was elected president and A.
WmQU St. sercretary' The club started
with sixty-five members.
The Bryan club of Richland county
2 IE 5 Wa? f0r,med at 01ney' Illinis.
with five hundred members, repre
senting the democracy of Richland
1UWH ouuu -ti.. lViaCiml. vfnn miAul
. M. Rowland, secretary: J
HUMOROUS CHINESE GRAJFT
A certain Chinese taotai (magis
trate) having told his men to havo
two ingots of gold sent to his treas
ury for purchase the shopmen
brought them in, and in answer to
the query of the taotai, told him that
the price was so much in taels, but
added: "This is the ordinary price,
but for your honor we will knock
off one-half of the price." Then tho
taotai said to his underlings: "See
ing that they are to sell to me at
only half price, just give them back
one ingot of gold and put the other
in my treasury, and thus their ac
count is settled. Good-by." So the
underlings of the yamen did so, but
still the shopmen hung around wait
ing. The taotai asked them why
they were waiting, when their ac
count had been already settled. Said
the shopmen: "When did your hon
or pay your humble servants?" Then
the magistrate answered with a very
fierce air: "Tiao Nu Ts'ai!" (im
pertinent slaves). "Did you not say
that these two gold ingots were half
price to me? Then did I not give
you back one ingot and keep tho
other and thus settle your account
without the least injustice accord
ing to your own proposition? So be
off with you, or my lictors will give
you rt taste of the scourge!" Har
WHAT MONEY SAYS
"Pa, did you ever hear money
"What did it say?"
"Good-by." Chicago Record-Herald.
Nervousness, Dlsralness, Indigestion,
Neuralgia aro caused by sick nerves.
By soothing tho nerves and stimulat
ing their action, Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
Fills relieve almost immediately.
Unlike any other pain remedy, they
contain nothing injurious and yo.u will
never know you have taken them, ex
cept by the relief they afford.
have become a household remedy in
thousands of families where they never
fail to cure all pain, and relievo those
little miserable ailments which are so
"Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills have not
only relieved mo of severe headache,
nervousness and indigestion, but my
mother who has suffered a great deal
with neuralgia and dizziness has been
cured by their use."
MRS. G. H. DANKS, 332 W. 3rd St.,
Moorestown, N. J.
Tho first package will benefit, if not,
the druggist will return you money.
25 doses, 25 cents. Never sold in bulk.
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