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VOLUME 11, TIMBER
( Bo An Independent Buyer Spend Oiie Cent For
This JBig fKJtJ!. eooK
n.ir nl Vrre Store and Ranee Book elrcs yoa our
factory wholesale price and explain all-avin you
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Includlne r orea. Sold only direct lo homes.
Over 140.000 ntiified cus
tomers In 21.000 towni. Over400itylei andiizea to .elect from.
$100,000 banli bond guarantee. We frtfaj ollfrtUht and give you
30 Day Free Trial
360 Days Approval Teat
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t In tifl
be made at any price. . rrove it, belore we keep v
an Independent buyer. Send name for Frmm Catalt
KaUsuxes Store Ceapaay, Mn.,
our moner. J'e
ogtta No. 348
x Washington News x
WHY INCUBATOR CHICKS DIE
Tho book entitled Tho History of Whito Diarrhoea, or Why Incubator
Chicks Dlo, will bo acnt absolutely froo by return mall to any one sending'
us tho names of 5 to 8 of their frionds that use incubators. This book
can save you $100 this aummorj it describes whito Diarrhoea, or bowel
trouble, tho causo and tolls of a cure. Book absolutely free for tho names.
RAISDELL REMEDY CO. :-: Blackwell, Oklahoma
jfl BW 4HRfl
1.00 A MONTH BUZ
H We will sell yon a hlgh-ffnde&rop-hoad, Sow Easy Sewing
I Machine for $1.00 a month. We guarantee- oach machine
for Ton years. Wo ahlp direct from tho factory. Wo do not
ell to stores and wo havo no agents. Wo can save- yoa folly one-half.
Yon get the machine at onoo and nso it while 70a are paying for it
ana it oaij vutiojuu uum 4
cents a day. We hare many
special f eataros in onr machine
inch as short noodles which
hold half strain as much
thread as the old spring tension shuttle Wo can't toll all tho
don't broak cosily. Oar shuttles
in this advertisement, and wo couldn't afford to send you a machine oa the
small dollar a mon
want Ton to write
particulars about your
write xoaay. Address
th plan -anloas we cavo big Taluo and low priooo. Wo
cs today, saying: "Ploaeo send mo circulars and full
rour 'dollar a month' Sowing Machlno offer."
ess SHEFFIELD MFG.. CO..
Dept. 02 181 Ollvo Streot, St. JLoaig, Mo.
FREE MEDICINE FOR
If Yon Suffer from this LoatksoMft and Dangerous Disease, Your Name ari
Address Will Brine to You Our Catarrh Medicine FREE.
WearflSTMClallltalnthntrnjittnantmnil miMr n.i-rV. XOm lrnn. ,.. t..-. u. .. j .
orCiUrrUandwoaregolngtoprovoit.LWewant to prove It in the qulokest possible way: thorofore
. .... . ,.B ,uuu j iu jgur wwiuiu uijuu rvcoiuf ui your miier Trim name
uuu.w(i Triii louu you ono inn month's treatment FREE.
Now we will toll you why we can afford to males you this liberal
offer. Ours Is not a "euro all" nostrum, such as Is dealt out to all
alike, Independent of ape, temperament or condition, bnt Instead
l!601011'110 course of medicine proscribed torn ect the INDIVID
UAL ronulremcntsandsueclalnepd.nf anh iji..i...i .. .,-
i compounded by an up-to-date pharmacist from pure, fresh drucs.
I It has proven successful In so many cases that have tried numer.
i,VKETi,si.,i'.Mrru cures wjin mtie or no bonent. AND WE BE.
UEVIS IT WILL CUIUS YOU. It Is cheaper for us to give a months'
medicine free, knowing that thousands will take advantage of
this generoue offer, and thereby quickly spread to their friends
and relatives the efllclency of our methodfthan It would be to wait
patiently for years In the old way to have this grand treatment
become famous, therefore soemlng generoilty la ireallj economy
LOSS OF SIGHT, DEAFNESS.
fn,di,m,1?'0Mer,n.,ct,ona?ndthe,rPr,8ln,n th Catarrh poison
ciuse lBMmoved. cannot bo cured until this primary
READ OfiRFFM I Y fftlA FnHnmmr, CumMAMflk
P Y IP D,y0u,r yie? water, do they Itch or burn;docs matter accumulate In tho corners of otm inrin,
BIG sleep, lTlslonlmpalredjarotheeyelldslnrUraedorgranulatedllfso T yw neeoour fflmsnf
,.i...ii... il.. j . . - . . 01- j w. vt u ai0Lami bra i ins Tnn nw
rnnrinfl' ni tfiyirtr n aiVib. .,. s . j" w
JrT.rm iwruajorcompioiqaearnoss. is your hearing falllncr.rflo your ears dlcharM
better seme i days than othors, do you havo roaring or cracking or other noises In your ha,i
any or all of those nvmntoms rou need nromnt tr a tmnt B w "" lu our nai
If yoa have
NOSE AND THROAT iS&d
arge, la there pain In front or the head, do you k'awlZto clear the throat. l.Tm,ri,rX!?
Iniri doyou sIocd with vour mouth anni Nn i k. iU. iX . - ;IJroa?l8.y?r throat
wmtww, .wnfMv a wmwsv v wuuiug WUILJIKAlOU,KUU fj
n t i, J Oil ti M 1 a I I I B M - S """""" .n noa or tnroat 18 netr
rtt7rt:KnM.TJTA.-r.rf.?S2r? P.?Sriy.?lPo " frequently extends dbwnthawinrt.
vaur Bona dlMsh.rcrai
7; T-O", - w m., .. v .UW MVaui UI
ary tne mornlngi do you sloep with your mouth openl Now Is the time to bo cnredlo'Arti. J ?-:
allowing the trouble to become compllcatedLand deenseated. w D0 cur-1o ot delay, thus
iRONCHI AL TUBES SVl"hhSdrthrotl9neglected or inv
Dine into the bronchial tubP.nrt in 7T .nrTTimnmV.'.ttl'.bVir. iT: 1-""J5"" exienasaown the wind
celdeasllyj haveTounalnlnthesldai doToariifVth-.S.-S.,TflA?? a. cough, do you take
growing weaker! It Is dangerous to nenlDCt these warnlnVi " aiin t,S 'hi.IISV.S"!? !umP8 .ypu
anu inroai aunng aieep. Do you suffer from nnnu. . riTi-vTr. "..V? "wu
t-s s.b T.. -ri ViV nV, .".'"V L"3.,r,iL.7.mP'" rou will retrret It.
MIOCAw IX from the rtoma? h thrnffVhV.EWLP?'"" rrrled
tonguecoateoj do you bloat after eating. Is there a constant bad taste
L.IVtLK DISEASE iVSn'SMeSJfRS
op you notice sediment, mucus or a "brick dust" dopoflU Watch out
N E RVOU S D SFASkQ Tliemajorlty of nervous d sea aro cautod br nX.
up aspired as when you wont to bed, suffer from Neuralgia: Lava bin KJ1.". i?firom Bleplessness, get
K9mmpmrr send only your name and addresn no rnnnm -j nt , .
wlllrecelvo on month's mdcn frS Som n2rKfflftd.frtth?ufc de!ay y
ed book, which contain much valuable informnUon! SSSSS ?ht & ? tP0 "rat
( , and should bo in every homo. Address explaIn8 how to t well and how to
fiFDMlN.AUFillAiN IUTITHTi? 746 Qrand AvA
iivaiiyilij Kansas city, Mo.
A special dispatch to tlio Louis
ville Courier-Journal says: "Speak-,
er-to-bo Champ Clark is in search
of a real live wire in the steno
graphic line to fill a vacancy in the.
official corps of shorthand reporters
of the house. The place pays ?6,000
a year for life and the successful
candidate must be able to jot down
his pothooks quick enough to record
the running fire of the liveliest de
bate in the house. No amateur need
apply. The appointee will only
haveto work when the house is in
session, but must then be steadily
pn the job, even if the legislative
day is spread by filibuster or other
parliamentary process over a span
of several ordinary calendar days.
This vacancy was created last Sat-
urday by 'the sudden death of A. C.
Welch, of Tennessee, the ranking offi
cial stenographic reporter of the
house who; for twenty-six years, had
been actively reporting the proceed
ings of the house. Speaker Cannon.
haB the power of filling the vacancy,
but passes that task along to Champ
Clark. When asked why he did not
care to make the appointment, Mr.
Cannon replied: 'I'm afraid you
democrats would fire some of my
stenographers out the moment you
came into power.' Mr. Clark wants
to give it to the best man that can
be found and said he would like to
have It -known that he is on the
market for an 'official stenographer.'
When applications arrive Mr. Clark
will arrange some "sort of a" competi
tive examination and give the win
ner the appointment. The coming
oijuciu.ua BajH iu a good 30D lor a
determination of certain r. powerful
financial interests tov control the elec
tion of senators from those states?'1
Mr. Bristow asserted further that
the great financial aygtenis have ac
quired too much power in the gov
ernment of the United States with
the result that they hav lised their
power to enrich themselves at tho
expense of the general public. Ho
continued: ."Unless a change is
made, not only in th method of
electing senatorg, but 'also- in-tlie man
ner of selecting delegate" to the na
tional conventions, the rising tide of
unrest and dissatisfaction that pre
vails throughout the' country will
rapidly increase. Men will not be
come less greedy for wealth and pow
er. The great financial interests will
not abate their efforts to control, not
only jtho business, but tho politics of
the country.' Mr. Bristow was not
afraid of the ffectv of-giving too
much power to the people.- "I do
(Continued on Page 15.)
The Washington correspondent to
the Associated Press says: "The
democrats of the house, aided, by a
few republicans who declined to be
bound by the party caucus, won their
fight for an increased representation
in the lower branch of congress un
der the census of 1910. They voted
down the republican caucus bill to
maintain the membership at 391, as
at present, and then passed the orte-
luui uiuuiuu.(KRr mil tivintr -h -,.
jership at 433 on and after March 3,
J? ; ,If Arlzona and New Mexico
should be admitted to statehood they
would be given one representative
each, bringing the total to 435. The
action of the house must be ratified
by the senate. The house leaders
believe the senate will follow the
wishes of the lower branch. Under
the new ren.nnnrtlrnimoTi i .
state loses a member. The follow-
S.g St?fe? ?aIn lhe mber indicat-
fla,ama 1. California 3, Colo-
I'Jl Jt' AoulsIana' 1. Massachu
Sif ' J11??1 1. Minnesota 1,
Ma! X-New Jersey 2, New York
-, . j-raiuua i, unio 1, Okla
vSSaia l!SU 1tota?W.2t
DAK BE CURED. My mild, aootklnr, ruaranUsd cum
lost It and FBLU .JtstPLE proves It. 8TOFS JQK ITCHIlfa
ind eurss to sUy. TfRJTE MOW-TOD1Y.
DR, CAHHADAYJ74 PARK SQUARE. SEDALIA, M0,
AGENTS SS? $40 A WEEK
selling my houae&old Beeeuity. Standard 91.00 value every
where, which yoa can sell at 39 cents and male JBOO Per
Cent Preat. Everybody bays. L. T. D., Hlchlsaa, made fit
Jwtday. W. A. W Ohio, 54 one week, vreraed only 4 day.
Mra. C, WUeoatto, averages over $10 a week for ft whole year.
Trritefortermf,r.B.areeBef M Lake St, Sept. 0CUeaco.
SHbscyllwi' HaMrtl$.it& Dept.,
ThlB department Is for the benefit
of Commoner subscribers, and a special
rate of six cents a word per insertion
-tho lowest rate has been made for
them. Address all communications to
The Commoner. Lincoln. Nebraska.
900n TRADES, FARMS, ETC.,
7 , ., everywhere Send .description,
deal direct with owner. Graham. Eldo
rado, Kan a.
W RITE TODAY FOR FREE PAMPH
Z iV- .and Prices on finely' ground
pnosphate rocks, tho cheapest and best
S,f J111 Phosphate fertilizer.. W J.
Embry & Co., Columbia, Tonn.
T?PonrSP? f the Dally Congressional
Record for every home is contem
p ated in a .bill introduced by Sen
ator Heyburn of Idaho. The bin
HEftf ItK -co Bhall "be sbu?-
that all poBtmSto ??
of senators. "How " ho naimi
" a'BtIngu.8he7 Bena0toarSkonte rhS
such a delusion when at rt,ief ,,
Z3T . t tS S.
Ifi" 'mu.ub senatorial elec-
Itions, caused solely by the persistent
yr OUEDN'T YOU LIKE AN IRRIGAT-
ed farm in 3unny Southern Idaho?
For information, write Harvey Cos
gins, Twin Falls. '
1 , . -i--, :
T0.; H'VSFLL' EXCHANGE
A?JkPnert ?f inA Jsind. anywhere.
S J1?1 Estate Salesmen Co.,
Lincoln, Nebr., Dept 30. .-
CCZEMA SPECIFIC ABSOLUTELY
v, guaranteed. By mail ffi Alm
klov Pharmacy, Cooperstown! N. Dak.
FJi?. ? THREE-QUARTERSEACH
rnne?;Lt0iW?. and. sch,ool for sale.
--.v.t.o, ijinu,, waier good. S Alm
klqv, Cooporstown, N. Dak, ,
1 .. ..
FARMS FOR RENT OR SALE ON
City?Ia.Pay mentS' J MulhauT Sioux
WifgJtQOODS THAT PEO
airentH Xl' DMboral commissions to
3f8nRaclnoreVamP- E Shepard,
' "- VU.H, WIS.
v: wiUiJfSBORG'S GREAT WORKS
j-enta eacn, Divine Love and Wisdom "
dencYPor ?6lK 'fW
plggg; stPLirStLSrnodonborg wlnasor
$52.00 Ig? Affl KVY8 HALF SEC-tion-
jRftT Grootl land, under xjultlva
drSs R 'a?TvrnW lmProvements; Ad
aress B. a. McGraw, Cogswell, N. Dak.
W AN,TBDADDRESS OF LIZZIE
Clarle JSg?' Y Was Llzzio
Hart PniSVv w18 b0r,n and ra,sod In
fw?' " an, whon. lat. heard
S wnrrnfi Sunnyside, Colo. Address
."to, F; P. Daw-
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