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VOLUME 8, NUMBER 4
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WB WANT to tell you all nbout our liberal plan or iurniBiunir u. mvu xu. .. .. " V"
country on credit. Wo want lo explain to you how wondorfully convenient our credit service
Is, and how it Kivca you from ten to thirty month, in which to pay for your purchasca-how it
enabled you to buy a olnBlo article, or to furnish your homo complete and to enjoy tho full uao of tho
furnishing whilo payimrfor them in Email nmounta from month to monthna you earn tho money.
Wo charKO abeolutcly nothing for this credit accommodation-no intercUr-no extras of nykind.
Every salaried man, every wi.ro earner, every farmer and every family of small Income lotto,
country should havo tlila hfdpful CredUoervice. YOU should have it.- We tell nil about the plan,
in our Biff Fall Catalog No. 184. Write for it today:
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YL "? ?&.SoS IfrW K&e and bekutlfnllr iUustratod roliime, .
niclmltn a' voitdafcftilljr cxielitlVo'Hue.ot Flmilture;, depots,, nufa.. ltroprrleStoYWj Itefrfccrttow Oo-cart, Crockery.
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, Positively Guaranteed j
, purchMO. WefurUier Ejuaratitco laf dcllretr
'olalrpxxU. WiuaiiBianU.ttik9. Theo-troad
littoral pnarantccs; luicked by a reputation or
mora llianlmlf n conUtry mid nn'almost unlimit
ed csnltM, Insures you of comploto and perfect
intlifnctlon In all vour dealings with us; We
EUnrnnUo satUfacllnn or nicnoy liavk and that's
the brst kind ol a eu&rantooon oattli.
22 mm STSRES
Tills eroiit home turnlshlnc Inrtitutloti Ir.made
tin of 22 Me stores, which, together with Us lm
nirnve null order busincrs, lmi a selltnr power
that Is not r qualcd bj nnj othr homo furnish
luj: concern In America not ono.
We bnv CW)ds In larcor nntltles nd at lower prices thsn any other firm ta tho buslneu We'll saye yon from
V toiO on every purchase win onofourth to onu-thlrd. mind you. And we'll clvo you Xrom ten to thirty months in
which to ay for the coods. Write for our kg catalog No. 18 at once writo for It to-day.
H-ARTivtAN Furniture & Carpet Co.
CHICAGO, ILL., U. S. A.
In American Quarter Sawed Oak.
contained la our Big Catalog No. 134.
The (linker 1ms masdvo frame boAiitlfttliy
rarro.1, hleh ImcK. bread cars on each side,
very comfortable; sont hai full sot toni
ncrcMl liopl snruiirs. Uiiholsteredlncuarmi
fAAFf Vit nifflrAk TiialkaM ulilf!i lina ilt
warluffituUlyot eonulno loathar. A mar
velous vnluo a world buntor nt tho nrlco,
Shlnnoil on 30 Dnvt' Prtus Trial.
Tbrms: 75 cents rush, balances payable CO
cenu por momu.
sSksmJkV COo por Osy
thomselvcs, "What is it that can en
ter into tho heart of man and make
him die as these die?" They were
greater conquerors in their ueatn
f than they could, have aeon . naa tney
purchased life by a surrender of
What would have been the fate
of tho church if the early Christians
had had as little faith as many of
our Christians now have? And, on
the other hand, if the Christians of
today had the faith of the martyrs,
how long would it be before, the ful
fillment of the- prophecy that every
knee shall bow and- every tongue
Our faith should be even- stronger
than the faith of those who lived two
thousand years, ago, for we see our
religion spreading and supplanting
the philosophies and creeds of the
As the Christian grows, older he
I appreciates more and more, tha com.-
pleteness with which Christ fills the
requirements of the heart and, grate
ful, for, the peace, which he enjoys
and for the strength which he has
received, he repeats the words, of. the
'great scholar, Sir William. Jones: .
"Before thy mystic altar, heavenly
I kneel in manhood, as I knelt in
Thus let me kneel, till this dull form
And life's last shade, be brightened
by thy ray."
Subscribers' JFiavcrtlslns Kept,
This department Is for tho exclusive
use of Commoner subscribers, and a
special rato of six cents a word per ln
sertlon the lowest rate has been
made for them. Address all commun
cations to Tho Commoner, Lincoln, Neb,
V nlionn. An
cheap. Am overstocked. Ron .-in
hounds- and slate turkeys. Hlllcrest
Farm, Hector, N. Y.
MORTHE AST. NEBRASKA IMPROVttn
,1N farms Corn, grain,, alfalfa. Write
ror dook or information containing
list. W. T. Baxtlett, Jackson, Neb.
0R SAIiEr REAL ESTATE W. If.
Harklnsr li510 acres real estate and
oil; capital stock ?100,000. Rooms 12
14, Bailey Bldg., Sulphur, Okla.
tTOR SALE-t-G.540 ACHES CLOSE TO
K "WINNIPEG; JVTAN.; 320 acres San
Luis Valleyi 160 acres- Missouri, will
trade. "W. P. Keefe, Sioux City, la.
COR SALE OR RENT 1G0 ACRES
f. improved smooth rich corn land,
otk jnllo smith of . Reeding-, Kingfisher
County, Oklahoma- . Address I. J- Hol
land, Lincoln, Nebv l
Personal To Rheumatics
I want a lottor from ovory man and woman in Amorlca afHicted with
Ilhoumatlam. Lxinibago or Nouralda, giving mo tholr namoand address, so
I can send each ono Free A Ono Dollar Bottl0 of my Rhoinimtlo
llomcdy. 1 want to conylnco oyory Itbouniatlo sufferer at my oXponso that
my RUoumntlo Heincdy does what thousands of so-called remedies bavo
failed to accomplish- ACTUALLY CUKES ItHBUlttATISM.
I know it does, I am suro of It and I want ovory Ilboumatlo sufforor to
know it and bo suro of It, bof oro-irlvlnt: mo a penny profit. You cannot
coax IUiQumatlam out through tho loot orklnwith plasters or cunning
motal contrivances. You cannot tea0 it out with liniments, olectrlolty
or magnetism. "You cannot Imagine it out with mental scloneo. You
Kvst Drtva It Out. It Is in tho blood and you must Go After It
and Qet It. This Is just what Kubn's Ithoumatlo Remedy doos and
that's why it cures Rheumatism. UUoumatlsm Is Urlo Acid and Urfo Acid and Kuhn's Rboumatlo
Romody cannot llvo tozothor in tho samo blood. The Rheumatism has to go and It doe
go. My Remedy euros tho Bharp, shooting pains, tho dull, aching muscles, tho hot, throbbhiff,
swollen limbs, and cramped, stiffened, usolcss Joints, and ourea thorn quickly.
B QAM PROVE ST ALL TO YOU
If you will only lot mo do it. I will provo much In One Week, if yon will only writo and ask my
Company to send you a dollar bottlo ffflSJE according to tho following offer. 1 don't caro what form
oi iwiuuuuiuuni you mivo or now long you navo una It.
caro wnat outer romcaicsyou navo usou. If yc
mlno you don't know what a real Rboumatlo
Road our otter bolow and write to ue Immediately.
A FIMJLSI2ED Sti.OO BOTTLE
Wo want you to try Kubn's Rboumatlo Remedy, to learn for yourself that Rheumatism can bo curod
and wo want no profit on tho trial. A fair test Is all wo ask. If you find It Isourlngyour Rhoumatlsm
or Ncurulrcla, ordor moro to comploto your euro and thus glvo us a profit. If It does not holp you. that
ends It. Wo do not send a small naraplo vial, containing only a thlmbloful and of unpractical valup.
but a full'Slsed bottle, soiling regularly nt drug-stores for One Dollar Each. This bottlo is
heavy and wo must pay Unolo Sam to carry It to your door. You muat send ue 20 cants to pay
postage mailing caso and packing nita this full-sized Ono Dollar llottlo will bo promptly sent you
free, everything propald. Thoro will bo nothing to pa y on xocotpt or lator Don't wait until your
Heart-Valvas aro Injured by Ithoumatlo Poison, butsond today and got a Ono Dollar Bottlo iroo
Only ono bottlo froo to a family and only to thoso who send the 30 cents tor charges. Address
MM REMEDY CO., DEFT. D.Yr HOYNE & NORTH AVES., CHICAGO
NEW SONG BOOK, "THE BEACON
Light," best published, 144 pages,
round and shaped notes. Sample copy,
postpaid, 15c. Address Geo. W. Bacon,
Whito Pine, Tennessee.
ewe accoraing to ino xoiiowmg offer. I aon't caro wnatiorm
i havo bad it. I don't jt , )
If you havo not used JU f7r pf
latlo Romody will do. .yLLA K-A-A&LSIA.
e 0hlv Boole and We'll Malcc RigM Prices
to mteresi ou K.nrJWRllpai."JMi!!
rrtrhTTlS(l?1 and aurroys that aro good country road'rauUuora"
j'fc nminiilll nilmltnm'nnfl lMilltfniirnrttonliinn Nn
?arrlng No blowups on tires Speed S.jto25mllcflan
lour Kun SO miles on 1 gtlon ot gaaollno Sato
Rollablo. Women can cosily run .
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w 9 cid??V uLnWil vAv9n9ljCVt
:if BUCK MOTOR
BUGGIES AND SURREYS
nBffy io W horoe power surrey, 18 horse power.' Both "et tharM and
"back aciln" ovorr trlp.and savo tlrao, worry and exnenae. lntf,tlaato swiil
wo will xuako you right prlcea. Write lor Catalogue No. A 71.
BLACK MFG. CO.
121 E. Ohio Street, Chicago, TUlnoEs
In a Pi cli, use Allen's Foot-Ease
Tjidlrs can wear phoca ono slzo nmnller after using
Alh'n'a I'oot-Kiuso. It makes tltht or now 8hoes fool
easy; ulvrs tnslant relief to corns niul bunions.
Uk the greatest comfort dlpcovory of the use.
Cures swollen fcot, bllHtom. callous and sore Rpots.
It is "a certain relief for sweating, tired aching loot.
At all l)ru-pjst8 and Sboo storos. Kic. Don't accept
any aiibtltnle. For WW, trial moknsro. also lfroo
amj)lo of tbo FOO x -KA81C Sanitary COUN-PA1),
a now Invention! address AllonS. Olmstod, LoRoy,
and, measured by. every human rule,
how hopeless was their cause! And
yet within a few decades tho power
which they invoked proved mightier
than the legions of the emperor, and
tho faith in which they died was
triumphant o'er all that land. It is
said -that those who went to mock
at their sufferings returned asking
1MR. ROOSEVEIT AND the fund
Chicago Dispatch. President
Roosevelt having laid down his foun
tain pen and stopped writing letters
because of his inability to answer
Mr. Bryan, has now directed his at
tention to two other important
branches of his 'work of attempting
to elect Mr. Taft as. his successor.
He is now putting forth his best ef
forts to increase the size of the re
publican campaign fund and to de
liver the labor vote to
nominee. The scandals
followed the exposure
campaign contributions from favored
corporations, trusts and insurance
companies to .the republican war
cnest nave made It difficult for
Treasurer Sheldon to fry the fat
from these special interests, and
nenco it lias been, necessary for the
president to go forth with the big
stick to get a slush fund. Mr. Roose
velt is an expert in raising republi
can donations; he has had past ex
perience which was. very successful.
Toward the close of the 1904 cam
paign no called upon Mr. E. H. Har
riman, the railroad magnate, for
funds to procure his own election,
and that worthy responded within
twontyrfoiir hours by raising $260,-
uuu. mis amount Mr. Harriman said,
in ins now famous Webster letter,
changed 50,000 votes a difference
of 100,000 in the total in the city
ui xew Yoric alone. There can be
no doubt that Mr. Roosevelt, knnwa
how to raisfj a campaign fund to aid
Realizing that the labor vote is
alihost solidly against Taft and his
injunctions, the president has also
undertaken to deliver as much of it
as possible to liis favorite. To this
end he summoned Patrick H. Mdr
risey, of Cleveland, and W. S. Stone
to Washington for a conference
where ho is reported to have pointed
out to them that he had appointed
two or three labor men to office, and
that therefore their fellow laborers
should swallow Taft's injunctions
and vote the republican ticket. Re
publican politicians have railed at
Mr. Gompers because he has advised
his followers to support Mr. Bryan,
but now the president by the offer
of offices seeks to intimidate labor
leaders to desert labor's interests and
their fellows and support Taft and
SNAPS IN LANDS CLOVER, DAIRY
1ns and grain, In central Minne
sota. Send for list. A. Murray,
Wadena, Minn. "
THE BRYAN SONG, ,25 CENTS. 40
Grand Opera House, Chicago.
n ASH PAID FOR OLD AND CURIOUS
pistols and revolvers. Send de
scription and price. A. C. Gruhlke,
MONTANA RANCH PROPERTIES
pay big profits and offer good In
vestments. Send for list of special
bargains, all sizes. J. II. Shober, Jr.,
WANTED MORE FARMERS FOR
best county in Florida. Writo
for pamphlet clescriUing soils and
crops, map and prices of property act
ually for sale". Board of Trade,
Brooksvllle, Hernando County, Florida.
tT INE UP FOR BRYAN." THE
- great campaign march sony.
Words and music. 25c. All dealers or
Gale, Mullarib Music Co., 5th and Syca
more, Cincinnati, O.
WANTED CORN, WHEAT, KAFIR
corn, oats, barley, hay. L. is.
Palmer, Denver, Colo.
RANCH FOR SALE 12,220 ACRES
within half a mile of Roswell.
Chavles County, New Mexico, Pecos
Valley. All under thQ best wire fence.
500 acres in alfalfa and 50 acres in
corn, irrigated by our own wateis.
running streams wo own and control
and artesion wells. For further imor
mation address W. G. Hamilton, Roswell.
pOW PEAS SOLD CHEAP NOW.
G. Bray, Ursula, Ark.
17 OR SALE HUNDREDS
F and timber .tracts. V.
p.EMS OF THOUGHT." A J'1?
volume of quotations. The Com
moner says: "Taste has been ; iibca in
tho selections, and the thoughts are
of a fundamental character." An . iae
gift. Sent for 50 cents, stamps, new
B. Damon, Katonah, Now loiK.
pORN HUSKERS MNIMBNT-52-00
S:.,.?s cno doKen two ounce bottle
efundoV ST R Ikemah. Chicaso.
Put this copy in The
Commoner in the hand
of some Republican.
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