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iNUAHY 31, 1913
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L 1. Merit stwl ciirf tiniir fthnrtsntares
t permanent! promotion tegular; vacations
with pay; thousands of vacancies every
Wnnlh! alt limit of nlca.-int work cverv-
whrrci no lay-offs; no pull needed; coin-
mon cuucauon sumcicm. accui munrj
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ffcooklet D-1016. IT IS I-REli.
IfcEarl Hopkins, Washington, D. C.
1 fconir room "Wanted. Now Plan. IJIb Money.
Fico book. HAYWOItTII MUSIC l'UIJ. CO.,
i 0, WashlilKlon, D. O.
WHtnnn K. ColrwiRW
D.C Advice and hooka free.
itcs reasonable, nichest rclcrcncca. BeatBcrvloea-
EKrco rn ort n to 1 atpntahlllty WuMratcd Qulilo
llJook. n d 1 1st of In volitions Wanted, rent (roe.
Vint U J. KVANX & CO., mdilnutoii. D.d
HO DURE HO PAY
oilier wordjyou do Hot
pay onr mall prorctsionn io
until cured and aatliflcd, Serma.
I Amerleaa lasuttcte, 902 fitrawf Av.. Kanaaa CHy, Ha.
ploy no counsel, but toll his story
to tho jury.
"The federal prosecutor in Kansas,"
ho said, "hired an ex-convict, it
seems, to como to mo and plead for
financial aid, so that he could go to
parts unknown and start life anew.
I promised him tho means he pleaded
for, and now I am indicted upon tho
charge of having attempted to induce
a witness to leave tho jurisdiction of
the court. I promise that if this caso
comes to trial there will be some in
teresting developments before it
comes to a close."
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Former Governor James T. Brady,
was elected United States senator
from Idaho, for tho short term. He
is a republican and will fill out tho
unexpired term of Heyburn.- Mr.
Brady declared ho would act with the
W. R. Webb, a democrat, the old
school teacher of the late Senator
Carmack, was elected United States
senator from Tennessee for the short
term, which will expire March 4th.
He will displace Newel Sanders, re
publican, whom the governor ap
pointed to serve in tho unexpired
term of the late Robert L. Taylor,
John K. Shields was elected for tho
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H. Sutphen, Columbus, O.
TJOMESTEADS, cheap grain, hay and
l stock ranches, central Oregon's
best lands; abundance of water at
shallow depth, wood convenient; for a
choico home or investment; como
ahead of tho railroad now building.
Writo us for price list and literature.
Inland Empire Realty Co., Burns, Ore.
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dairy and general farming, fertile
soil, healthful climate, cheap land.
Write Eugeno Lankford, Do Vails
I MADE $50,000 in five years -with a
1 small Mail Order Business; began
with $5. Send for free booklet. Tells
how. Heacock, 103 Charles St., Lock
port, N. Y.
GOVERNMENT PORTIONS NOT
under Civil Service. New Red
Book, giving list of thousands of them,
with salaries. Postpaid $1.00. R. p.
Andrews Company, Washington, D. C.
N EXCEPTIONAL INVESTMENT
A ilinlna SDIi.nnrA IrnnvnvAfl Tnwrn
nwv. -trw onlo ew oYn.hnncrn. nr $7K nor
acre; 200 acres in corn and 75 acres in
alfalfa; this is a rare bargain and ex
tremely low priced; six miles from
Onawa, Monona county, Iowa. For
further particulars, address, The O. H.
Co., 139 No. 14th St, Lincoln, Neb.
The Tennessee legislature has
elected to the United States senate
John K. Shields. "With this election
the democrats have 48 members or,
exactly one-half of the membership
of the senate. If no furthor demo
cratic additions it will require
Vice President Marshall's vote to de
termine every closely contested
case. Insurgent republicans aro,
however, relied upon to voto with
democrats in legislation in general.
"Woman suffrage passed in the Ne
vada legislature with but three dis
The Norwegian cabinet has resigned.
When Governor Wilson, in his
Chicago speech, alluded to the stern
and suspicious attitude that the
people hold to business methods and
business men, ho meant, of course,
to include only big business in the
scope of this condemnation.
There is now, and has been, a con
certed attempt to make it appear
that the popular indignation was
dirpcted against all wealth and all
industry, and that no one who at
tains a competence is exempt from
hatred and attack.
This is nothing more than an
effort to draw a red herring across
the scent. The great revolt now In
progress Is not against those who
win wealth fairly and honestly, but
against those who amass huge for
tunes by manipulation of loaded
The leaders of the forward move
ment are not preaching any equality
in poverty, but an equality in the
means of gaining a livelihood and in
winning a competence. They are not
crying out against business or the
business man, but against the un
scrupulous and the unfair in busi
ness and those, .whose business
methods are predatory, corrupt and
Big business never did a shrewder
thing than the promotion of the He
that the present discontent and un
rest is directed against all business.
By means of it the overlords of
finance and industry have secured
the sympathy and support of thous
ands of good, clean men, whose in
terests are, in the last analysis,
identical with those of the great body
It is not against good business and
clean business methods that the fight
Is being made, but against bad busi
ness and crooked gamblers. Denver
kres lots of money folte picket! up in your fown.
Wo can bIiot you how to not It. Tho accrot of all busJncua oacccia 18 tho right
policy, right method, plus correct salesmanship.
You ennbocoma our aaaclal agant In your town wbon wo will Impart all tmr tecttti of sac- !
c(i to that you elinpiy can't fall. After you havo lean I how to Uka orora for Spencer
conceded to lx the moat rclloblo garment that can bo bought -In atyln, wloa rango of ahric
and bed rock price. In oruar to pruvn tita auprnoruy 01 nur tiimrwnia arxi raanxins inni
"Nothing Burceo'UlIVo auccca" wo offer to r.lvo you your own ault absolutely fraa,
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you can c elect from our 100 jiage catulotr biiowIhk K& ire prejonbt.
Wo can nnonl to giro double rhat outer hounea irivo iecauio wo aro manuiaetannfr
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POT? L A I P n Improved
I offer for snlo 210 teres of land, three miles from Mission, Texas,
on tho Rio Grande, 200 acres aro cleared and under irrigation. Tho
Improvements, consisting of a $250 0.00 house with barns, fences, etc.,
havo cost over $G, 000.00. Easy terms will bo given on deferred pay
ments. I would not caro to sell to anyone unless the purchaser makes
a personal examination of tho property. Apply to owner for prico
and terms. , W. J. niiYAN,
FOR SAIjE 30 acres of tho most desirable and best located land In tho
rich farming tract near Houston, Texas, known as Allison-Richey Subur
ban Gardens. This land Is within a few blocks of the railway station,
Almeda a suburb of Houston and will bo sold at a reasonable price, or
will trade for good Nebraska farm land or city property. "Write ut once for
further particulars to
Department B. Commoner Off ce, Lincoln, Kebraska
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Address, THE COMMONER, Lincoln, Nebraska
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