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;CH 14, 1913
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THIS LEATHER HOOKER ONLY A SAMPLE
AMONQ 2,000 OF MY BAR8A1N8.
1 Let mo save 7011 from 15 to 60 aud scud yoa
oettarquHiuy man you can una cucwuoru. 1 boh
OTerytblntr to completely furnish your homo; alio
diamond!, watches and Jewelry on tho most conve
nient monthly pcrmentB satlBfactlon guaranteed.
Get my big quality, Bargain Boole today. Address
Arthtirlxxak, Pre, and deal Mrr.
A. TJBATH & CO., 1373 frtTlJUl.. Elgin, III.
Paint Without Oi!
REMARKABLE DISCOVERY TIIAT
CUTS DOWN THE! COST OP PAINT
SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT
A Free Trial Package In Mailed to
Evcryono Who Write.
A. L. Rico, a prominent manufacturer
of Adams, N. Y has discovered a pro
cess of making a now kind of paint
-without tho use of oil. Ho calls it
Powdrpaint. It comes in tho form of
a dry powder and all that is required
Is cold water to mako a paint weather
proof, fire proof and as durablo as oil
paint It adheres to any surface, wood,
stono or brick, spreads and looks llko
oil paint and costs about one-fourth
Wrlto to Mr. A. L. Rice, Manufr., 123
North St., Adams, N. Y., and bo will
send you a frco trial package, also
color card and full Information show
ing you how you can save a good many
dollars. Writo to-day.
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MT . J. Mil JX JL & RETURNED.
Free reren as to I atvntabllltT Jllurtrated Quid
Book, an List of Inventions Wrnted, sent free.
VICTOR J. EVANS & CO., Washington. D. a
EIROPSV TREATED, usually Rlvca quick
U rcllcfand soon removes all swelling
and short breath. Trial treatment sent lrce.
Dr. H. H. Greens Sens, Box N. Atlanta, Go.
although lor years he has claimed
Tennessee as his homo. Ho gradu-J
atoa rrom tno university or Virginia
in 1884, where he was & classmate of
Oscar Underwood, leader of tho ma
jority in the house. Ho was assistant
United States attorney general from
1903 to 1907, when ho entered the
Arm of Cravath, Henderson & Do
Gerdsdorff of New York. Mclteynolds
specialized in corporation law and
was retained as special counsel in the
tobacco "trust busting" case by the
government. He Anally resigned
from the governn.at servico in Janu
ary, 1912, and has since practiced
law in Now York city. Ho is a
In calling Vico Chancellor Lynd
ley M. Garrison, of his own state of
Now Jersey, to the cabinet, President
Wilson secured tho man who has
been generally characterized as hav
ing the most brilliant legal brain In
the state. Garrison was born in
Camden, November 28, 1864, and,
like the president himself, was the
son of a minister. His brother,
Charles G. Garrison, is a justico of
tho New Jersey supremo court.
Tho now secretary of war was ad
mitted to tho bar In 1886 and in
1904 was named vico chancellor. As
a jurist ho has been one of tho best
in tho state. Secretary Garrison Is
a lifo long democrat, has no entangl
ing alliances and is generally con
sidered a progressive.
William M. C. Red field, secretary of
commerce, is best known as the hu
man encyclopedia. Ho is one of tho
best authorities on the tariff and It
was because of his knowlwedgo of
suoh matters that President Wilson
impressed him for cabinet duty. He
was born in Albany, N. Y;, June 18,
1858, and .cam to New York in
1883, engaging in tho business of
manufacturing iron and steel tools,
forgings, etc. He is now vice presi
dent of the American Blower com
pany of Detroit, Mich., and Troy, N.
Y. Redfleld was turned down for a
renomination to congress lost fall by
John McCooey, boss of tho Kings
You tK no risK when you'buy a buggy
Irons nt. We fuarantee it to please yon, and to be abfctef
ralne for vonr money than you can ret anywhere elie. or yoa
needn't keep It. Reference; 8.U1.NMI. Bank, EaitSt.Louii.Ill.
Mutual Buggies, Surreys, Wagons, etc. arc
.. -' 3,1
built, rkeaalyUne guaranteed 5 yeara. We sell
street at wnoieamie uricif &na c to yoa ass.tro to
$100.00. write tor .catalog ana flciiTcmBrtces.
MUTUAL HARNESS at J5.85ier let n: double
514.10 np; work.barneia ll. up,.all genuine leath
LAT I VVTrvJV SAWSrR J I
SENT ON APPROVAL.
ef.blthcit qtfallty: Fally Guaranteed 25 to 50 cheaper than retail. Catalog Free. Write today.
MUTUAL CARRIAGE 6 HARNESS MFG. CO.,StaOB44cE.S!.toHU,lU.
er aiattoi Ht,,iit n. waaaanATe.. Chicago, ill.
county domocracy, who offered him
tho nomination in a district which
was considered absolutely certain re
publican Instead of tho ensy ono in
which ho lived.
BIG BARGAIN in Choice, 30 Acre
Tract near thriving City of Houston
FOR SALE 30 acres of the most desirable and best located land in
the rich farming tract near Houston, Texas, known aB Allison
Richey Suburban 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 at once for further particulars to
Department B, Commoner Office, Lincoln, Nebraska
Referring to Franklin K. Lano,
tho Philadelphia North American
says: Tho appolntmont of Franklin
IC Lano as secretary of tho interior
will meet with general approval. Mr.
Lano has bcon ono of tho most effec
tive and ablest members of the inter
state commerce commission ever
since his appointment by President
Roosevelt ten years ago.
While Martin K. Knapp, now
chief judge of tho coramorco court,
was chairman of the interstato cora
morco commission, and tho majority
of tho commission, siding with
Knapp, made the body ono which
ruled always In favor of tho rail
roads if it could find any kind of
an excuse to do so, Lano was a fight
ing member of tho minority. Ho has
boon largely instrumental in bring
ing the commission around to tho
views ho always has held and which
in tho earlier days were shared by
Sinco tho commission became pro
gressive, Lano has been probably Its
most activo and most influential
member. Ho wroto tho great de
cision against tho advance In freight
rates two years ago affecting all tho
western railroads, while Commis
sioner Prouty wroto tho decision
affecting tho eastern roads.
Both were very able, but Lane's
will stand as probably tho strongest
discussion of the rights of tho pub
lic against railroad exactions that
has been Issued to tho present time.
Mr. Lane has formulated tho plans
for a general revision of express
rates, after a most exhaustive in
vestigation of the express companies.
There are, in fact, few big things
tho interstate coramerco commission
had done or attempted with which
Liano nas not oeen cioseiy luenuiieu.
Tho Philadelphia North American
says: William Bauchop Wilson,
secretary of labor, will bo tho only
foreign born member of tho cabi
net. Ho was born at Blantyryo,
Scotland. He is fifty years old. His
parents brought him to America; at
the age of nino years he was work
ing in a coal mine and at 11 he
was a half member of the miners'
For nino years, beginning In 1900,
he was secretary-treasurer of the
United Mine Workers of America,
which union he helped organize in
1890. He has been a mombor of the
house of representatives for five
years. Ho lives on a farm in Bloss-1
burg, Pa. His wife was formerly
.Miss Agnes Williamson.
"If tho air were only softer,"
Said the Bird.
"If the air were only softer,
I could fly with grace and ease,
I could live above the trees,
If tho air were only softer."
"If the earth were only harder,"
Said tho Ox.
"If tho earth were only harder,
I could walk without a slip,
I could pull without a whip,
If the earth were only harder."
"If the sea were only deeper,"
Said tho Fish.
"If the sea were only deeper,
I could swim without a care,
I could dive beneath tho air,
If the sea were only deeper."
"If tho world were only wiser,"
Said the Man.
"If the world were only wiser,
I could win and dare and do,
I-could make my dreams come true,
If the world were only wiser."
Herbert N. Casson, in The Outlook.
Are In a Class
Thoy cost but a littlo moro
than tho cheapest, while thoy
oavo twlco tin much and last flvo
times as lonir no other separators.
They save their cast every six
in 0 n t lui over
s y s I o m s and
every year -over
o ( 11 o r separa
tors, whllo thoy
may bo bought
for cash or on
terms that they
will actually pay
tion thus briefly
mado Is subject
proof to your
own satisfaction by tho nearest
DE LAVAL local agent, or by
writing to tho Company.
Why then, in tho namo of
slmplo common ftenso, should
anyono who has use for a Cream
Separator go without ono, buy
other than a DE LAVAL, or con
tinuo the use of an inferior
Tho now 72-pago Do Laval
Dairy Hand Book, In which Im
portant dairy questions are ably
discussed by tho best authori
ties, is a book that every cow
owner should have. Mailed frco
upon request If you mention
this paper. New 1313 Do Laval
catalog also mailed upon request.
Write to nearest ofllco.
THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO.
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use; crisp, ten
teeth can cat it
It melts in the
mouth like &
send J urge pack
age of seed this
variety of Pop
on receipt of 20?.
J. B. Gardner
IU P. D. No. 4
A FINE FARM NEAH WATERLOO,
IOWA 154 acres, 2 miles from
Waterloo, a city of 30,000 population,
with 131 factories, thus furnishing
splendid local markets. This farm has
rich black soil underlaid with a friable
clay subsoil; has fair buildings; drilled
well and windmill; nearly all tilled.
A bargain at, $175. an acre. Write,
Tho James Gardiner Co., Waterloo, la.
Arras, Crutchca, Stocking!,
SOLD ON EASY TERMS.
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