The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, November 15, 1912, Page 10, Image 12

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The Commoner.
VOLUME 12, NUMBER
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100 Candle Pawar lnesndtn
(pure vrultoUpht from (kerosono) con
loll. Boats aither eras or olcatrlcltv.
COSTS ONLY 1 CENT FOR 6 HOURS
j We want ouo parson In each locality to
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jTake adTantatr of our Apodal Offer to
iBccuroaiscaconvurncrFRKE. write
I today. AOENT8 WANTED.
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ONE SUPPLY CO., 75 Hone BIdf ., Kansas City. K.
INSURANCE
IN FORCE.
Docombor 31, 1900 $ S!0,000
Docombor 31, 1908 1,453,218
Docombor 31, 1910 2,0-11,084
October 31, 1912 4,488,821
At ago fourteen a Fifteen Paymont
Lifo Policy In The Midivcut Life for
$1,000 will cost $24.14 a year; at ago
oightcen, $25.G0; at ago twenty-threo,
$27.74; at ago twenty-eight, $30.32; at
ago thirty-three, $33,44; at ago thlrty
oight, $37.22; at ago forty-three, $41.88;
at ago forty-eight, $47.78; at ago fifty
throo, $55.36 and at ago fifty-eight,
$G5;42. Write for additional informa
tion or for rates at other agos or on
othor forms of policies.
The Midwest Life
N. Z. Snell, PrcMldcnt
A NEBRASKA COMPANY
Home Office
Flrt National Banlc Bids., Lincoln, Neb.
FLORIDA FARMS
That Produce Twenty Profitable Crops
There are few parts of the world which offer the agricultural
opportunities that we are offering on our ARTESIAN FARMS,
situated in Clay County, Florida. Of all Florida this is the locality
which will increase in value the quickest. Here is a place to come
with your family and establish a home, and ii! von will nut fwf.
the same effort that you are now doing where you are located, you D
uuu iiuiumy grow weauny ior you can select one of twenty or more
profitable crops that will make you money every year without a
failure. This is not a new and wild country, but is in the heart of
population, education and refinement. Land values are naturally
growing rapidly, and these far.ms that .wo are now offering you for
$35.00 an acre will bring $100.00 an acre before you realize it We
make this statement regarding this territory because we are con
vinced of its coming greatness.
DO NOT COMPARE THIS LAND WITH
EXPLOITERS' PROPOSITIONS
The rainfall in this section is ample. The climate is all that could
be desired. In fact, here everything that tends to success seems to
be pretty well blended. Please do not compare our region in Florida
with the numerous localities now being exploited in the public press
We are not a drainage proposition but our land is ready for you to
move on and we are glad for you to come as soon as possible You
can immediately, begin to grow crops from which you in a very short
time can realize large profit. Our soil is a dark sandy loam and
is underlaid with a clay ,sub-soil. We have water and rail trans
portation. We are -within ten to twenty miles of the growing city
of Jacksonville. Wo want agents for this land and we want buyers.
WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION IN REGARD TO A FREE
TRIP TO SEE OUR LANDS IN FLORIDA, TO
ARTESIAN FARM
212 Scarritt Building,
Democratic Campaign Contributions
Contributions for the democratic
campaign sent through The Com
moner for week ending October 30,
1912:
B. C. Mann, Homer, La $ 1.00
B. A. Paymal, Lenox, la. . . . 5.00
B. Mathson, Keyport, Wash. 2.00
Mrs. B. R. Chrisholm, Zion
City, 111 5.00
J. B. Frye, Zion City, 111... 1.00
Frank Purdy, Zion City, 111. . 1.00
D. S. Curtis, Zion City, 111. . . 5.00
W. B. Holmes, Zion City, 111. 1.00
J. L. Vinnedge, Zion City, 111. 1.00
Dr. C. Rominger, Zion City,
111 5.00
F. E. Welton, Zion City, 111. . 2.00
P. V. Lindsey, Zion City, 111. 5.00
Frank C. Ordway, R. F. D. 4,
Hammondsport, N. Y 1.00
C. C. Charman, Ashland, O. . 2.00
S. Bruce Hall, New Martins
ville, W. Va 2.00
Silas Canady, Hotchkiss, W.
Va fc 1.00
J. A. Mace, Hotchkiss, W.
Va 1.00
James E. Young, Denver,
Colo 2.50
E. J. Keyce, Denver, Colo. . . 1.00
Daniel Cinnamond, 516 So.
Lincoln St.,' Denver, Colo. 1.50
F. A. Yindra, Manitowoc,
Wis 1.00
Lee Prunty, Pullman, W.
Va -. 1.00
S. J. Sulem, Butterfield,
Minn 1.00
Tom McDonough, Butterfield,
Minn 60
R. E. Higgins, Princeton,
Minn 1.00
A. P. Sigrist, Dundee, O. . . . 1.00
Mrs. A. T. Wilson, Arcadia,
Neb . 1.00
A. T. Wilson, Arcadia, Neb. 1.00
W. T. Phillips, Oakland City,
LAND SALES
Kansas City, Missouri
Ind
Ed. Wahanseildler, Oakland
City, Ind
John Vandeveer, Oakland
City, Ind
Wm. McFadden, Oakland
City, Ind
T. C. Rugg, Evansville, Ind.
J. R. Moorhead, Ocala, Fla. .
Dr. G. S. Betts, Banner, 111 . .
W. S. Burton, Seafbrd, Dela.
Nicholas Fox, Placerville,
Cal.
Jos. E. Lenz, 1220 Wayne
Ave., Dayton, O
Will S. Risley, Mt. Carmel,
111
A. W. Leversee, Cedar Falls,
la
T. P. Timms, Fairmont, W.
Va
H. F. Elsesser, Ontario, Ore.
Thos Fitzgerald, Hemple, Mo.
R. R. Carter, Richmond, Va.
E. E. Parker, 734 Globe
Bldg., St. Paul, Minn
H. S. Wray, Chester, Neb . . .
A. Wurzburger, Cor. 19 th
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and 5th Ave, New York, N. Y.
John Finley, Dowagiac, Mich.
Ed. J. V. Freburg, Bertrand,
Neb
W. B. Claiborne, Petty, Tex.
Fred A. Allen, Altai, Neb. . .
W. P. Scott, Altai, Neb
A. E. Barnes, Altai, Neb
Mrs. T. M. Hull, Norfolk,
Neb
T. M. Hull, Norfolk, Neb . . .
M. S. Waldrop, Servilla,
Tenn
W-. H. Isbell, Simonton, Tex.
Geo. B. Harden, Maxwell,
Cal
A. E. Jamison, 818 Garfield
Bldg., Cleveland, O
Herbert Hill, Tarkio, Mo
G. L. Glersa, Denison, -Tex. .
S. Rosewarne, G06 Cass St.,
Joliet, ill
S. Schreffler, Factory 10-12,
W. Whitney Ave., Shelby,
Ohio
Wm. Brady, Jr., Olean, N. Y.
E. N. Campbell, 528 So.
Grape St., Medford, Ore. .
W. A. Belcher, Largo, Fla. . .
Henry S. Chubb, 1516 No.
24th St., Philadelphia,
Pa
W. P. Baker, Granite Falls,
Minn
Jno. W. Ley, New Comers
town, O
M. T. Riordan, R. 3, Hazle
ton, la
R. R. Allison, Tirzah, S. C. . .
F. W. Buder, Staunton, Ind . .
W. M. Waltman, R. 3, Mor-
gantown, Ind
Geo." B. Lucas, Hilton, N. Y.
Wm. G. Crittenden, 40 Miller
St., Mt. Clemmens, Mich. .
Chas. Louder, 1521 Sheffield
St., Pittsburgh, Pa
J. J. Behrens, Waco, Tex. . .
A. R. Summers, Amsterdam,
Mo
Irving Jayne, Edwall, Wash.
Raymond H. Fuller, 83
Adams St., Rochester, New
York
H. T. West, Konnett, Mo. . ! '.
F. S. Mossteller, Sharonville,
Ohio
David C. Gibson, Cumberland
Gap, Tenn
Geo. W. Fugate, Cumberland
Gap, Tenn
Geo. W. Hunter, Bellevue,
Idaho
David Athay, 516-17 Vt.
Bldg., Salt Lake City.
Utah
F. J. Boyle, Meriden, Kan . ' '
Harold Jennings Brashears,
Delaney, Ark
Louis Styer, 2202 Broadway
Menomonio, Wis '
E. B. Guilford, 1418 MyoVt
Ave., Rockford, 111
W. B. Church, Box 13lV,
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Helena. Mont.
Wsh.01.'.
TTeJx. ?nsh"u'e ' Houston,
Morris Blake Fulton,' N ' y
&. .Hopper' i;
L0Wash. !?3W'
Jas. Hayes, Auburn,' 'wrisli ' '
U M. Hall, Auburn, Wash
MaB1C-Hall Auburnywash.
J. B. Seavey, Auburn, Wash
P. S.Dunham, Auburn, Wash:
wL. . .r?dge; Auburu'
HHfY'J' Wash.
Wash. .f116' Auburn
Louis Lund,' Auburn', Wash.' .'
w 1 Lau'ence, Auburn,
Wash '
n p x-."UIwastt- LOO
Mrs. Geo. Conn, Waycross,
2 ? filler, Jacksonville, 111.
E..A. Rogers, Lincoln, Neb. .
Thos. W. Reelv. Mason piv
a D,??e 5-v .....'.' 3.00
,, uuu reaericktown,
Mo
L, L. Mitchell, Suma's,' Wash.
Jos. Denegar, Sumas, Wash.
ir ?urle Bowie, Tex
W. S. Clayton, El Paso, Tex. .
Dr R. M. Ratcliff, El Paso,
Tex
Dr. Burleson, El Paso, Tex! '
Percy McGhee, El Paso, Tex.
Merle S. West, Sutherland,
1.00
2.00
7.00
5.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
ure
H. H. West, Mt. Vernon, la.
jmorson a. west. Mt. Ver
non, la ; 1.00
istoi 11. west, Mt. Vernon,
la.
I. N. West, Mt. Vernon,' la! .'
J. E. Creed, 5811 Brandele
Ave., Madisonville, 6
Wm. Liibs, Petersburg, Ind. .
S. R. Chappell, Petersburg,
Ind
R. B. Cousins, Canyon, Tex.
W. E. Mercer. Seward. Neb. .
3.00
1.00
5.00
5.00
J. E. May, Jeanette, Pa 2.00
r. Jti. unrlstensen, Ferndale,
iai. ,........,
Peter Short, R. 1, Chilton,
Wis
David Lesher, Golden, Colo.
Mrs. Jessie W. Dunn, Gar-
dena, Cal
James T. Dunn, Gardena, Cal.
Miss K. L. Paige, Canton,
N. Y. ; '
Clyde L. Lawhead, Arnett,
Okla
W. H. Harrelson. Gen. Del..
Kansas City, Kan 10.00
Wm. Astle, Haven, Kan 4.00
J. A. McGoldrick, Gertrude,
Wash
W. A. Clements, R. 1, Spring
field, Ky
Ming Rader, Odessa, Mo. . . .
Peter Ebbeson, St. Paul, Neb.
R. L. Smith, Benton Station,
Tenn
J. C. Wheat, Holdenville,
Okla
L. P. Dickson, Kenton, O. . .
W. H. Hoffman, Box 69,
CreBtline, Ohio
John E. Walker, Corvallis,
Mont
M. J. McNulty. Tulsa. Okla. .
Fred Warneke, R. 2, Box 18,
Wichita, Kan 1.00
Wm. Temple, Sr., Stanberry,
mo ; 40
N. S. Gayland, Westby, Wis. 1.00
Wm. Stelter, Hoisington,
Kan 1.00
E. Lawson, 6956 Cornell
Ave., Chicago, 111 LOO
D. M. Dlckersoa, Athens, Tex. 1.00
Total ..,:., $384.30
James Bryce, British ambassador
to thd United States, has resigned
and will return to England.
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