The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, May 07, 1909, Page 10, Image 10

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The Commoner.
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Any baker can make an ordi
nary soda cracker but to pro
duce Uneeda Biscuit requires the
specially fitted bakeries of tHe
All soda crackers are food. But
there is only one soda cracker
highest in food value as well as
best in freshness. Of course,
that soda GrackeF is .;
News of Week
A million dollar Are caused by the
destruction of the Illinois Gentral
elevator by lightning occurred in
Chicago April 29. One fireman was
killed and several others were se
riously injured.
John A. Bonson of San Francisco,
charged with bribery of government
officials in connection with western
land, was acquitted in a District of
Columbia court.
Senator Norris Brown of Nebras
ka, republican, addressed the senate
in favor of an income tax.
Sixty (?) people were killed in the
storm that swept through the south
ern states April 29.
It is officially announced that the
deposed sultan of Turkey will be
tried by court martial. There is a
popular belief that his doom is al
ready sealed and that he will be sen
tenced to death.
felling thsM ntw PATENTED POM.
hooM Mils thtiii. Can't be bought in
Hon. T. 0. (HVnw loll 33 ptbt
flrl thr htrar. buuU 113.60. Ton
tefor tad lt UJ gtot 1L W ihnr how (a
silk $J to 10 dtllr. Eiperlenw onsieMiur. OUTFIT FBJCX.
THOMAS MFG. CO., 1S10 Barney Blk., Daytefl, O.
A number of the national bankers
of Nebraska have organized for the
purpose of fighting the guaranteed
deposits law. John L. Webster, the
well known lawyer of Omaha, has
been retained by the bankers.
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or. .I theia prleaa WC PAT THE FREIGHT wU,?tfi"Ml.ot ft10""1? Pl Okla., Tox., and In
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WE BUY OUR COnnS AY QUenie(oi Akin -... -,.. ..
Chicago Houae Wrecking Col, 36th Iron St.!, Chicago
The "Washmeton correanondfint
Coir the Louisville Courier-Journal
describes one day's debate on the
tariff bill in this way: "The debate
in the senate today pretty well dem
onstrated the fact that it Is difficult
to find an old-fashioned democrat.
Senator Simmons, of North Carolina,
who Is in favor of at least the Ding
ley rate of $2 a thousand feet on.
lumber, started the ball 'rolling In a
set speech. His position was in
dorsed in a running colloquy by Sen
ator Smith, of Maryland, and Senator
Bacon, of Georgia. This gavo the
republican senators an opportunity
to twit the democrats for favoring
a tariff with 'Incidental protection.'
The republicans pointed out that the
last democratic platform expressly
provided for free lumber, and nat
urally asked how the democrats fa
voring a tariff on lumber could recon
cile their attitude with that plank in
the platform. Senator Bacon ex
plained that the platform was writ
ten at 'midnight' and he was inclined
to regard it with indifference. For
tunately Senator Rayner, of Mary
land, was on the floor and promptly
repudiated the suggestion that all
democratic senators were protection
ists. I want every republican sen
ator to understand once for all,' said
Senator Rayner, 'no matter what
other democratic senators may say
I am in favor of a constitutional tariff
for revenue and for no other pur
pose, and that I propose to stand
strictly unon the democratic. rint
form, which has enunciated that doc
trine for the last quarter of a cen
tury.' "
Typewriter for 17
Cents a Day!
Please read the headline over again. Then Its tremendous
significance will dawn upon you.
An Ollrer Typewriter the standard visible writer tho
flOO machinethe most hlehly perfected typewriter on tho
market yours (or 17 cents a day t
The typewriter whose conquest of the commercial world
is a matter of business history y o u r s for 17 cents a
day I
The typewriter that Is equipped with scores of such con
venlences as "Tho Balance Shift" "The Ruling Device" .
"The Double .Release" "The Locomotive Base" "Tho
Automatic Spacer" "Tho Automatic Tabulator" "Tho
Disappearing Indica
tor" "The Adjust
able Paper Pincers"
"The scienunc
Condensed Key
board" all
Yours for
17 Cents
a Day!
We announced
this new sales plan
recently, Just to feel
the pulse.- of the
people. Simp. a
small cash payment then 17 cents a day. That Is the plan
In a nutshell.
Tho result has been such a deluge of applications fox
machines that we are simply astounded.
The demand comes from people of all classes, all ages, all '
The majority of inquiries has come from people of known
financial standing who where attracted 'by the novelty of tho
proposition. An Impressive demonstration ot the immenso
popularity of the Oliver Typewriter.
A .startling confirmation of our belief that the Era of Uni
versal Typewriting Is at band.
A Quarter of a Millpn
People are Maying
Money with
Are Your Wife and Children Insured Against Lightning
Trade Mark
Mo Risk"
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Arrestoni for olthor rtuslo o? SMo Unci nfir llnC3' Wo havo
Sold on a pasltivo Guarantee.
Olive Logan, an American author
died in an asylum for the Insane in
London, Tho New York Herald, re
ferring to the once noted author
?aiys:, ifcwas only recently that
friends of Olive Logan Earned that
the woman whose beauty and intel
lectual quality had made her the
friend of royalty and won for her
the applause of two continents had
sunk to the deplorable condition in
which she died. The belief had been
that she was spending her declining
days in tranquillity in this city. Born
in Elmira, N. Y., on April 22, 1829,
and educated in seminaries, when she
was a child rTia rWoi,i ' " " "Ve
able faculty for literary work It
was not long before she attracted the
?i "e? A"?ustin D, then at
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The Standard Visible Writer.
The Otirer Typewriter is a moneymaker, right from
t h e w o r d g o I" So easy to run that beginners soon get la
the expert" class. Earn as -you learn. Let the machine
pay the If cents a day and all abore that is yours.
Wherever you are. there's work to be done and money to
be made by nsine the Oliver. The business world Is caUlnr
for Ollrer operators. There are not enough to supply the
demand. Their salaries arc considerably above those ol
many classes of workers.
"An Oliver Typewriter
In Every Home!"
so?J ,n'bat,le, c? t0-day- We have made the Oli'v.
lu? f v. .,B utc,ulnc's and absolutely Indispens
able in business Now come, the conquest of the home
u tm ?P ands.trcnsthof thc 0,,ver fit " tot family
of L:l hcC01PlDe " Important factor in the home training
of young people. An educator as well as a money
Our new selling plan puts the Ollveron the threshold of every
home In America. Will you close the door of your home or
ouice on this remarkable Oliver opportunity t
Write for further details of our easy oHer and a free copy
of the new Oliver catalog. Address
The Oliver Typewriter Company
116 South 15th Str., Omaha, Nebraska.
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Ankle, Hook, Stifle, Knee or Throafc.
win cieonujom off without lavlne th
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xfan,. ui ujS success, and for1