The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, April 30, 1909, Page 13, Image 13

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'APRIL 30, 190S
The Commoner.
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CoatU4atd PtrtraU Co., MS 88 W44aM St.,CUafo,
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Does your razor pull ? Guaranteed not to if you
use "ilnzor-Edgo." Ycnr'g supply with full direc
tions 25c, Culms Co., Box 252, La Fayotte, Ind.
Many designs. Cheap as
wood 82 pago C&tatoguo
free. Special Prices to
Churches and Cemeteries.
Coiled Spring Fence Co.
Bos r Winchester Ind.
th iB!fe3f
Cfl) JM m .afT "t"!
willroduco inflamed, swollen Joints,
Braises, Soft Bunches. Cure lolls, Fit
tula er any unhealthy sore quickly:
pleasant to naos does not blister
under banuage or remove no natr,
and you can work tho horeo. $2 por
bottle at doalera or dellverod.
Horse Book 7 D free.
ABSORBINB, JR , for mankind,
91.00 per bottle. Rodaces Varicose
veins, varicocele, .Hydrocele,
Goitre. "Wens, Strains, Bruises,
stona Fain ana inflammation,
W. F. YOUNG, P. D. F., 261 Temple St., Springfield, Mm
and set well and strong. I had been tick
five yean, lost 40 pound, kidney diseased,
don tallow, no appetite, bowels costive,
nervous, weak and discouraged. Doctor
ShafeT made me well and strong.
7 1 5 Idlewood Ave., Cameaie, Pa.
You can bo cured at home. Consulta
tion free. Send urine for analyst. Mailing
case for urine sent free. Charges for treat
raent low. DR. J. F. SHAFER,
v 1 4k Penn Ave., Pittsburg, Pa.
Ginseng at Reduced
OTJR GARDEN is full and wo nro unnblo
to obtain moro land. In order to closo
out our surplus stock tho following
prico will hold good until stock is exhausted:
Ono-Year-Old Roots,.., $20.00 por 1,000
1907 3eods 2.50 per 1,000
1908 Seeds 1.75 per 1,000
This is flrst-class stock. Every root budded
and ovcry Becd tested. Orders filled In order
received nnd no moro when this is gono. Order
at once; it won't last long at theso prices.
Don't Wear
A -Truss
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" Women or Children That
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Tho Striking Difference
He struck for decent wages and was
promptly thrown in jail
When he gently smoto a "scab"
up the head.
And his union was berated and its
principles assailed;
It was called a place where an
archy is bred.
Jam the fellow into prison! Keep
him there until he rots!
He disturbs the even tenor of our
He would form a trust in labor! Per
ish all such horrid thoughts
Keep such anarchists in prison all
their days!
Call the troops and call the sheriff;
Call the judge and get a writ!
Show the common working devil
Ho must keep his proper level
That's it!
Ho cornered wheat and doubled up
the price of flour and bread,
And saw starvation spread on
ev'ry side.
Hungry children cried for supper,
want and misery were spread
While he quickly garnered in the
golden tide.
Hail the great financial captain! Hail
the King f Golden Wlieat!
Bow in honor to this wonder
worker's mind.
He has piled up added millions and
his corner is complete;
As a plunger he's the king pin of
his kind.
Bring the royal robes of purple;
Let the dancing girls be brought.
On him royal roses shower
As a tribute to his power
That's what!
If in sheerest desperation he protects
his little flock
By the theft of but a single loaf
of bread,
Clasp the handcuffs tight upon him,
thrust him in the prison dock;
Fling the curses of the righteous
at his head!
But if by manipulation he depletes
the widow's store,
If by cunning ' he cati mint her
tears of gold;
If he profits by the burdens he im
poses on the poor
We must hail him as a man of
business bold.
Thrust the small thief into prison!
For the big thief praises sing!
Workers, keep your proper station,
Board of Trade men rule the
Sure thing!
something for the kiddies to eat.
So, your honor, I think thoro are
miti "
"That will do, sir!" sternly com
manded the judge. "On your own
admission you are guilty and you
are sentenced to jail for sixty days.
People of your class must be taught
that property rights must bo pro
tected." "But I was protecting my child
ren, and they are more to rae than
this man's "
"Thirty days more for contempt
of court."
A moment later court adjourned,
and while the prisoner was being es
corted to jail and his hungry child
ren were crying for bread, the judge
was being escorted to a fashionable
cafe by the man who had doubled
the price of bread.
After all human lifo is the cheap
est thing on tho market.
A Song of Wheat
Tho farmer gladly sows his wheat,
Sows his wheat,
Sows his wheat.
Tho farmer gladly sows his wheat,
His heart filled with elation.
And in good time he threshes it,
Threshes It,
Threshes it.
And in good time he threshes it
And hauls it to the station.
It. sells for what it cost to 'raise,.
vJosi to raise,
Cost to raise.
It sells for what it cost, to raise,
He doesn't feel so funny. " -"
The bulls and bears' they play with it,
xiay witn it,
Play with it.
Tho bulls and bears they play with it
And gather in the money.
Honestly, Now v
Did your wife ever use your razor
to pare her corns?
Did she ever go through your pock
ets while you were asleep?-
Did she ever threaten to go home
to her mother?
Did she ever neglect the children
for her club?
Honestly, now
Did she?
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In Dflt ilvtn Hi nUm. Band lUmol for cauin
Hot ih AmHcJn CoAttntcUon Co- Bty City, MklT
and timber lands. Improved and unimproved, 16.00
P.-i!cro ,1ml . ,,p- . ,,k'ftvy crops, Rood marfcot,
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ylfHtiur rlirulii enormous proflli. Wrltnni
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Danville Tobacce Co., Bex K 16, Danville, Va.
FOR A 1909
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Just Iiiko a Man
"John, bring me home a cake of
"You don't need it."
"But I can't make bread without
"Don't see why; don't have to
have yeast to make bread raise these
Improper Defense
"Prisoner at the bar, you are
charged with having entered the
kitchen of tho complaining witness
and stealing therefrom three loaves
of bread, said act constituting a burg
lary. Guilty or not guilty?"
"Your honor, I admit having en
tered this man's kitchen and taking
a couple of loaves of bread, but "
"Then you plead guilty?"
"Not yet, your honor. You see the
man who complains against me cor
nered wheat and forced up the price
of bread. I did not have enough
money to allay the pangs of hunger
suffered by my children, and I
thought it only just that the man
who caused their suffering should
help dispel it. So I broke Into his
house and took two loaves of his
bread. I could have taken many
valuable things, but all I wanted was
Sure Sign
"Jones is a very extravagant
"What makes you think so?"
"Why, the last time he ordered
coal he ordered enough to run his
furnace two of three weeks next
Brain IJeaks
Some men need a guardian oth
ers need a club.
Individual rights end where so
ciety's rights begin.
It is just as easy to throw roses
as stone and a lot more satisfactory.
Seventeen sees a lot of fogyism in
forty-five, and forty-five sees a lot
of foolishness in seventeen.
Don't it just beat all what a lot
of vacant rooms is left in the house
when the biggest boy takes his few
belongings and hikes out?
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Miruu j uu wuui lor uvo cm. onou.
vrnoy aro ino earno paitornu
you liavo always paid lea & J5o
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same pooplo, and correct in
every detail.
I publish tho FARMER'S
CALL, a weekly paper for
evorymemiior or tho family.
An especially lmercHiinKiua-
ture eaeu wook aro cuo onu-
dren's letters; and tho
Woman's Department is
unusual ly strong anu in
structive. Among the
spoolal features for
nnmon ihikh ih ilh
fashions in which I show J
the so patterns Let
mo help yon to aavo
Send me 2Co nnd T will send von
tho Farmer's Call every week fo
(about ISM pages) and will send mj big
hook co tod i roe. i aiao asrrca to boh von any not-
torn you want thereafter for So. I can sell them
for S cts. becauno I bay them by tho thousand
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Yo can xxae this coupon cut It out now and mail
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quarter almost always goes safe: . ,
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year, your book ot patterns, postpaid, oaa privilege oi i
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Very Speofal Offer
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