The commoner. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-1923, April 18, 1913, Page 12, Image 12

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The Commoner.
VOLUME 13, NUMBER U
Automatic Combination Tool
urn nr puiiu ions, ii n wire Birctciier nml
splicer, post ami stump puller, vise, clamp,
wrench, elder press, etc. IMtented automatic
featlir ln.ltfA It un.l nmim- ...l .-L.u
Sye cost ill eleven tool. 10 dayti FMM
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Nllt Itnil f?lUllil Anttm lV.wi.l
V. I. .. .-..- I... I ..".' ". . ""
iiic iun7 iur uuuKieinnti exclusive territory,
iutonutle Jtk to, JlolHO llluumnitlil, I nil.
The New Democratic Tariff Bill
The St. Louis Republic prints tho
following free list of tho new demo
cratic tariff bill:
PA I VEQ RAISE THEM WITHOUT MILK.
Ul 41 VK.d BOOKLET FflEE.
hHBRA&KA SEED COMPANY, OMAHA, NEB.
pin Virginia-.
Your II fo and prnporty urn xnU from dcfitrue
lion liy wind mid Hood, mid rami IiiikIm yield
liltr rcliirim nil tint Investment, rite,
IIAK1CV P. STJCATTON,
5404 iUoeliuuIflii Mill;., l'otorxlMir;;, Vn.
Iffi
Quilt Patterns
We want every itillterlit hate our
hook ol 5l llFilgni, contain njr die
pre'llest, queerest, scariest, most
vruicviue paiicrns ever iiinugiit ol,
from olil to,' talilii to Marx nml
purlc deigns, also fratr stltrl ti
ml rlrrnlurs. All sent, postpaid,
for six V Mm pi (or illvrr dime.)
MIfllto'iUTl'OMIM.NY.
Work 113, Hi US Mo
ELLS WHY GH1GKS 0!E
.1,0. Hi-nlpr, tlu roultr.v import of 1801 Main St.,
Knnwwcily. Mo., is Kivlnir away Iroo a viilunblo
Ixmk'oiitlllud "Wlille Diarrhoea and How To Curo
It. TIiIh iptnnilcnlilo book ronltilim pomu now
M'loiitllU; (nets on w lilt n diarrhoea and tells how to
prcimro a Hiinple miIiiIIom that niresthlH turrllilu
dlM-aso ovor nlht, Kvoryono lidore.stcd In poultry
tlmuld rortalnly urlloMr. Hcolor for ono ofthoM)
MeohookH.
TOBACCO HABIT BANISHED
III 48 10 72 HnUrS Y.P01Bt'volypennnnentlybnn-'
iii . ,l'u,u,alhi'dnlmot before vou know it,
ricwiant. cany to tnko. Ilcaultn quick, Buro, fnatincr. No
rawing for tobacco innnyformnftcrlirstdoso. Notanub
pututo. HnrmleBa.nopolBonouaiiabitforminffdruKa. Sat
isfactory rcaultii irunrnntecd In every cane or money refund
cu. Tobacco Ucdcemer la tho only absolutely ucientitle
nnu thoroughly dvpondnblo tohncco remedy over dincoY
cd. Wrlto for freo booklet and nosltivo nroof.
h No well Pharmacol Co.Dcpt. 48 St. Louis, Mo.
$10,000,000 A Year
Wasted On Trusses
Wrong to Buy Anything for Rupturo
Without ottlnc Sixty Days Trial
A conservative estimate shows tnat eitly ten millions ilollan
a jrear-lnl his country alonc-ls practically was ed on worth,
less rupture appliances-all because people trust to a mere
ryon system Instead ot rooking a thorough test
of horso or cattle
Avrny With r.ojr-Strni
mill Spring TriiRNON
Spbrasue know, our guaran
fed rupture holder Is the only
thing ol any kind for rupture that
oii i tan get on 60 lays trUl-th"
...l in. iiK c Know ol too ll
enough to stand such along and
llivroush test. It's the ,,
llullie Automatic MassagW
Truss-nude on an absolute new
K:,C'I5.V7.I,M !8 '- met
T-"S? H3'Sk
AftPHL
IRiLHs
HinasKa)'
mm
Self-adjusting Does -
", "...ii.ic misery oi wearlm. l.-i..
Guaranteed 10 hod at all tTni in,i i. ' .nnu sn'iirs.
woiklng, .taking a lulli. cte "is Tut K"8 W,,,eu ou
irrmpil ,nn.i.. ' "" "l cured In i.ase alter r. . i,,.
rll tor Vrt't hook or Adlr.ri.i. i
Ksplalns the dangers oloperat o C'f,h,l,"I. 104 pages,
with clastic and stuli.J . i,S!S. "' .. Sll-I" that's wrong
with clastic and tu ng trSss, S''- 'af.s ,g
nomorcl.carouedtofit ""; l' B-ore should
Ixivoses the hunibm-tnoV low ofl ff.i'i,nn l0P"''
trusses are sold under false and , t1191 wonhless
?1 out the care and atte ,Io wc 'voV'" S'i TcU-"u
from over 50O0 people, Including nht .iriln. ' ,J;1tlorsen,'
find out how you can prote lie u.i1"' W.ti,e -day
M day test without ,lVklngCaCpeni;v0,awe "J" b' mM"
Bo. 771-Clutho Co., 125 fc,23rd St., NowYork City
' Subscriber jfiavcrtisino Dcpt.
AGENTS WANTED Ftro extlnffulah"
P ors. chemical onginos. hoolf umi
adder trucks , flro hoso and rooK
C. H. Butphon. Columbus, Ohio.
BUIm , BOOll l?mo In South Florida
- Nothing bottor. Address, - t'
Baxloy, Arcadia, Fia. u l'
DIG BARGAIN BUYFor ImmPilln'to
P iiale. $4,200 cash takes BSd ?,&-
Ss?.?Hon.fftrm horo' threo hmlrod ir?roa
oultlvatable, one hundred under nimv
over two thousand dollars In bulk S'
fences and Improvements, most Su
lent wator; seven miles from market
?n on transcontinental rillwi!?.
eleven miles from county seat- With'
balance of $2,200 runnlns five years 1
olght per cent. If you mean bifslneia
today, write owner, Edward p Won
Alcohol.
Agricultural implements.
Antitoxins.
Acetic and sulphuric acids.
Ammonia.
Bread.
Boots and shoes.
Bibles.
Borax.
Band iron for baling cotton.
Barbed wire.
Bauxite.
Boards.
Bacon anad hams.
Boustones.
Beef.
Breadstuff s.
Buckwheat flour.
Broom corn.
Bagging for cotton.
Bono meal,.
Bran.
Charcoal.
Cash registers.
Corn.
Cornmeal.
Coal, bituminous and shnlrv
Coke.
Cotton ties.
Clapboards.
Dairy products.
Fish of several varieties, includ
ing frcsh-wator fish.
Fenco wire.
Freestones.
Flour.
Flax straw.
Granite.
Gloves made
hides.
Hubs for wheels.
Harness.
Horseshoes.
Hewn and round timbers.
Hoop and band iron.
Iron ore.
Linotype machines.
Limestone (unmanufactured)
Lumber, lumber products, includ
ing broom handles.
Laths.
Lard.
Leather, including shoe laces
Moats of all kinds.
Milk and cream.
Maize.
Nails.
Oatmeal.
Phosphorus.
Posts.
Pickets.
Paris green.
Pork.
Potatoes.
Raw wool.
Radium salts.
Raw wool press cloth for oil mill
ing purposes.
Sandstone.
Sodas.
Salts for medicines.
iiootiyr'3 tannlnB mfttoria,a-
Sowing machines.
Shingles.
Salt.
Sugar.
Slaokcork.
Saddlery.
Soy beans.
Swine.
Staves.
Spikes.
Tacks and brads.
Typewriters.
Typesetting machines.
Tungsten-bearing ore.
Tallow.
Veal.
Wood pulp.
Wood pulp print paper valued at
Wagon material.
Wiro.
Woolen rags.
Wheat screenings.
Waste and shavings.
ALPHABETICAL LIST OP
BBDUCTIONS
II
A
Apples, from 25 cents to-10 cents
a bushel.
Automobiles, from 46 per cent to
40 per cent.
Aluminum, from 7 cents a pound
to 25 per cent.
Antimony, from 1 cent a pound to
25 per cent.
Alkalies, from 25 per cent ad
valorem to 15 per cent.
Alum, from One-fotirf.h r.Pnt nnr
pound to 15 per cent ad valorum.
Albums, from 35 per cent to 25
per cent.
Asphalt, from 37.05 per cent to
9.62 per cent.
B
Barley malt, from 45 cents to 25
cents a bushel.
Buckwheat, from 15 nrnifn r a
cents a bushel.
Butter, from 6 cents to 3 cents a
pound.
Beans, from 45 cents to 25 cents
a bushel.
Bindings (wool), from 83 per cent
to 35 per cent.
Ball bearings, from 46 per cent to
35 per cent.
Bullion (lead), from 2 cents
per pound to 25 per cent.
Bleaching powder, from one-fifth
cent to one-tenth cent ier pound.
Beltings (artificial silk), from 45
cents per pound and 60 per cent ad
valorum to 60 per cent ad valorum.
Bags of single jute yarns, from
seven-eights cent per pound and 15
per cent to 25 per cent.
Books, from 25 per cent to 15 per
A1 La
Brushes, from 4fl fn or u
Bonnets (felt), from $1.50 per
dozen and 20 per cent ad valorem to
40 per cent ad valorum.
Bearings (roller), from 45 to 35
per cent.
fir:JoIc acid' from 78-70 Per cent
to 21.43 per cent.
Blacking, from 25 to 15 per cent
Brick, from 30,23 to 1028 per
Beams (iron), from 23.20 to 12
per cent.
Bicycles, from 45 to 25 per cent
frraT987iS?WeA cabinet material);
from 12.75 to 10 per cent
Barrels, from 30 to 14.77 per
Blankets (wool), from 72.69 to
25 per cent.
Brooms from 40 to 15 per cent
cent ' m 43'5 t0 23-7 Per
ton! (artI"cial silk), from 68.49
to 60 per cent.
perBacfnt.(PaPer)' frm 49'92 to 35
O
Cheese, from 6 cents a pound to
20 per cent ad valorem. t0
Chocolate, from 2 cent
to s per cent ad valorem.
vniT0 from 2 cent Por pound
35Cp0erent00l)'fr0m97percto
caiSn118 (cotton Tom 50 per
cent to 35 per cent
,r?lln soc-ds '(miscellaneous!
from 45 per cent to 30 per cent'
Cement, from 8 cents per cwt t
6 per cent nd valorum to
SLMtaD- tr0m ?2'-5 Per to f
PerCcennore55peeCrnf ', 0
China, (pTa.nenwhUe)alS
vlS. C6nt t0 50 P 'cent'To-
ChlnawnTe (plaltt whito)j
valor. C6Dt t0 5 " ad
toB0ceniI:fr0m8Cent8'er
tol05IOpercentto)'rm30
filnrhinrr t-,7. ,
.0 vtujr-xuaae suki fin
per cent to 50 per cent ad valorem
Cords (art silk), from 4 5
per pound and 60 per cent ?
valorem to 60 per cent ad valorem
Candy (sugar), from 4 cente J?P
pound and 15 per cent ad valorem
to 2 cents per pound when valued at
15 cents a pound or less.
Candy (sutrarl. frnm ka
l2n5por cent when valued at mori
wu.u aw vciiua yer pound.
Curtains (lace), from 50 per cent
to 45 per cent.
Casts, from 30 to 14.77 per cent
Cattle, from 25.07 to 10 vtr cent
io9ott0n thr?ad' from 31-54 to
19.29 per cent.
Cotton cloth, from 42.74 to 2G 09
Cloth (water-proof), from 50.56
to 25 per cent.
Clothing (ready-made, cotton).
from 50 to 30 per cent.
rACnQlarSorand cuffs (cotton), from
64.03 to 25 per cent.
Cotton damask, from 40 to 25 ner
cent.
'Cables and cordage, from G.43 to
4.55 per cent.
Clothing (wool), from 79.56 to 35
per cent.
Carpets, 60 and 80 to 20 and 35
per cent.
Compounds. Chemta.il. frnm QK
per cent ad valorem to 15 per cent.
D
Drugs, from. 12.55 to 10 per cent.
Dress goods, from 99.70 to 35 per
cent.
E
Eggs, from 5 cents to 2 cents a
dozen.
Earthernware (cement), from 8
cents per cwt. to 5 per cent ad
viuurem.
Earth (fuller's manufactured),
from $3 per ton to $1.50 per ton.
Essences (chem.), from $1 per
pound to 20 per cent ad valorem
Earths (ochre), from and
of a cent per pound to 5 per cent ad
valorem.
Envelopes, from 20 per cent to 15
per cent.
Engines (steam), from 30 per
cent to 15 per cent.
Earthernware, from 26.67 to 15
per cent.
Embroideries (artificial silk),
from 68.49 to 60 per cent.
F
Fabrics (knitted wool), from 97
Per cent to 35 per cent.
Felts (wool), from 97 per cent to
35 per cent.
Ferro manganese, from $2.50 a
ton to 15 per cent.
Forgings (Iron and steel), from
30 per cent to 15 per cent.
Fruit oils, from $1 per pound to
20 per cent ad valorem.
Flaxseed oil, from 15 cents a gal
lon to 12 cents.
Fabrics (woven silk), from 50 per
cent to 45 per cent ad valorem.
Furniture (willowl. from 45 ner
cent to 25 per cent.
Flax (hackled), from 3 cents to
1 cents per pound.
Flax, from $20 a ton to $10 per
ton.
Fabrics (pile), from 60 per cent
to 40 per cent.
Feather dusters, from 40 per cent
to 25 per cent.
Fireworks, from 12 cents per
pound to 10 cents.
Furs (partly manufactured), from
50 per cent to 40 per cent.
Films (motion picture), from 25
per cent to 20 per cent.
Forgings (iron), from 30 to 15
per cent.
Furniture, from 35 to 15 per cent.
Fruits, from 27.21 to 15.38 per
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