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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

ljif)ihillMiiiwjp.wwwiwy " The Commoner. &PRIL 17, 1903. 9 nafr'yiKWfBK -ira ; Don't. You Think It Worth a Postal To Get Well? When you write that postal, I will gladly send my help. , I will' mail you an order good at any drug store for six hottles Dr. Shoop's Restorative. You may take it a month on trial. If it succeeds, the cost is $5.50. If it fails, I will pay the druggist myself and your mere word shall decide it. I do that for every sick one who writes me, and I have for twelve years. I have found that the sick are honest, and I have proved that I can cure nearly all. Only one patient in each forty de cides that the test has failed. The others pay gladly pay hecause they are cured. There are 39 chances in 40 that I can cure you, and I alone am the loser if I can't. Let me try. I have spent a lifetime in learning how to strengthen weak inside nerves'. My Restorative brings back that power which alone operates the vital organs. I treat a weak organ as I would a weak engine,...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

'U' The Commoner. 10 VOLUME 3, NUMBER la. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S MILWAUKEE SPEECH '" 4 ' " v if Tho Heat Trust's Farewell to Missouri. (With Ilumblo Apologies to FiU Grccn Ilallcck.) You'vo played a moan trick on yours truly, Missouri, And hit mo a lick that has black ened my oyo; And though at this moment I'm mad dor than fury, Yot still I'm not fooling like saying good-bye. All round your wldo borders has been some rich stealing, And I have boon busy at filching from you; And when 1 but think what I've missed I'm not fooling Likq, bidding so rich a field a fond adieu. Oh! mock not that pang, for my, hdart is still yearning For only ono chance greater profits to clear. My heart still doth yearn ono more trick to bo turning, But, blamo it, you. seem to enforce tho laws here. Like an infant asleop on tho lap of ,lts mother I hopod to remain but you treated mo soro; And my sobs and my wails I can "ne'er hope to smother Because, false Missouri, I am slammed on tho floor. Tho years may g...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

ifrff'ifml"Tm -jyVgSi ". MlPRHi 17, 1903. The Commoner. il w Packer; V There ran We Guarantee Safe Delivery are: carofnlly packed, all ready to gro. I know you'll st&cro safely. " which tnetas fbtt we not oaly guarantee the roods, but that vo protect you ratnt lots or break C cm ue road. Wt fciiumc all tfee responsibility. Now Is the Time to Think and charge. Utm HMrjPB uirssss9sssb QIissssJH Rh I flH990mkssssH wetr!atfof yowhonteor btrn, Wall Paper, Carpets, Cultivators, Weeders, Fentlnc, Dairy Goods. Mercies. Bur riea.zjpnneuotmnjM'urniture, urocerlcs.etc. Don't wait until the last minute. Thjnlc what you will need soon. wnio itaari ii vou viu leu ut uu veu int ta nu ri in ci-mi nti t inriii riiinmi . ikn i.tM. . i.. -m w -- " ----- w . -j- i i - w. b.,,., i MMHH J Saddle was returned at our expense a few days ago. Although it had been properly boxed, it was damaged by rats before being unpacked, according to customer's letter. Of course this was no fault of ours, but he got a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

w mwwp m v w urn rmjmsmmMmmmm&iri )i)i wunu.j IMJUIl J"W WW iiniwiiltw.twwililllillin Jl HipWiWWipHtf The Commoner. 12 VOLUME 3, NUMBER 13. - - - v --.... Lu. Tlio recent controversy between tho Employes of tlio Wabash railroad ana tho officials of that system at St. Louis was amicably Bottled on April 4, tho mon getting a substantial in crease i'n wages as well as some other concessions. These concessions are regarded as a great victory for or ganized labor. An Associated press dispatch from Chicago, 111., on April 4 says that a conference between attorneys for Will iam Lorlmcr on one hand and the elec tion commissioners on tho other it was decided to rofor tho Lorlmer-Dur-borrow election controversy to tho su premo court for adjudication on two legal propositions. Tho questions upon which tho court will bo asked to pass aro: First, tho right of tho election commissioners to produco and open tho ballots under tho subpoena is sued by Notary Smllery; and, second, tho powor and ju...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

rrr"- " f" ." The Commoner. 'APRIL. 17, 1903. i 13 ' y l fnMfmr-JmYin w? -tmmfiiw mW f -" "WJT" 1 THE. " MILWAUKEE SPEECH (Continued from Pago 11.) argument, ,tho United States circuit court baa made the injunction per petual. "The cotton interests df the south including growers, buyers and ship pers made complaint that they were suffering great injury in their busi ness from the methods of the south ern railroads in the handling and transportation of cotton. They al leged' that these railroads, by com bined .action, under a pooling arrange nienC to support their rate schedules, had dened to the shippers the right to elect" over what roads their com modities should be shipped and that by dividingupon a fixed basis the cotton crop of the south all induce ment to compete in rates for the trans portation thereof was eliminated. Proceedings were instituted by the .' attorney general under the anti-trust law, which resulted in the- destruc tion of the pool and in restoring to the,growers...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

, - -rr jr- JTv?3SWPwM' s A - The Commoner. rVOLUMB 3, NUMBER 13. 14 r "f Copper Cures Consumption New Treatment for.Consumption Indorsed by Member of British Tuberculosis Congress "Anti dotum Tuberculose" (Theop per Cure) Marvel of the Med ical WorldHope for All, No Matter How Bad Off. , "encflts Congressman Dingley's Son nd Cures Others of Quick, Gallop ing and Fast Consumption In Their Own Homo Any One Can Receive FREE Specially Written Books , Which Explain Exhaustively the Cure and Prevention o.f Consumption by "Antidotum TuberculoseV Let Every Reader of The Commoner Write the Company at Once. llilil1' lustrntcd nnd ficholarly books free of efmrge tell ing you fully how the Copper Cure will cure you in your own home in n vciy short time. Paragraphic Punches. Atlanta Constitution: Mr. Rocke feller's stomadh may bo out of order, but it doesn't affect liis appetite for money. Milwaukee Nows: . Tho title of "poacomaker" is about as fitting to Joo Chamberlain as a plug hat is to a S...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

t 'V r" 41 r - The Commoner. APEIL 17, 1303. 5 'II- JtIU) HKJ HIIIWIM u iviar,m i)iinf i a .i-r-iMj -f,-, i. 4MA aL .?? ' A wWI IHIIIIIIHIIh. Imk bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV . :IV am B M KtH JatssBBBBBBBBsl tltltf bbbbbbIbbI h sPia,ni M svHsVsassBBBBBBsm. HHIlHi f I A DRESSE "lUANY MAN CompfetefrMH HEAD tbTOBtatatsatStyto FREE SAMPLES M4 MMMTMMflt ll&sks TO INTRODUOE DinEOT YHB WEARER OUR OUSTOM tailoring wo wfllBtakotboflraC tea thousand sulfa absolutely to. measures sent us for! ronly 110 and glT6 tae zollowinK eoas. pieteaatft'FREI., Act ually tM value for only S f O and nothing te pay, till after too rewire the suit and free outOt and And it Jost a represented. Bend oa your uao and port ofiaecaddresa. and Ve will send yon riucc 81- ...... .'BwuMmAn; Minlr .aB. IRADB M jnpoaviui' m.m. for sue 'or huic, uac Shirt and Shoos. a ncutiiMB PUBVinTlkflnHKHfcdf sssW ml lMMt 4v1rrtwknri fillfh A RUlC " "'"7 .., - A4, A as some tailors caarge .!: v Vm Ja llualap, blaek, Derby or Fe...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 17 April 1903

t wywrTf',ii """'"MtiWu'iMyy m ' mM'timF Mwm fySTnFStyw'iiiiiPM1 'ijwu'i rii.ipui; 'vim wi'iBy?,wwr 16 The Commoner '-1 VOLTJME 3, NUMBER 13. i" IV CLUB U5T. Anr ona of the following will b lent wltk THK COMMONER, both one year, for theilab price Periodicals may be lent to different addraHM if desired. Yonr friends mar wish to Join with jrou In sending for a combination. All aokr criptlons aro for one year, and If Hew, beria with the current number pnless otherwise di rected. Prosont subscribers need not wait an tll their subscriptions expire. Renewals rt coired now will be entered for a foil year from expiration date. Subscriptions f6r Arena, Lit rary Digest and Pnbllo Opinloa mast De HTf. Renewals for those three not aceepted. Foreign postage extra. AGRICULTURAL. Her. Farm and Home, soml-mo Farmer's Wifo, mo Farm Block and Home, soml-mo. Home and Farm, tern imo Missouri Vallor Farmer, mo Orange Judd Farmer, rV Poultry Topics, mo.... Prairie Farmer, wk..., Western Swino Dreeder, mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

WWr3TBii 4 Vi?P1if y?' M fwr- r "vy'i"V " '"' 7- W"w The Commoner. WILLIATi J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 3. No. i4. Lincoln, Nebraska, April 24, 1903. Whole No. 118; games Robert Williams of Winois i Continuing its policy of presenting the names of democrats worthy of being considered as candi dates for the democratic nomination for president In 1904, The Commoner this week offers the fol lowing concerning Congressman James Robert "Williams of Illinois, contributed by a personal and political admiror: "James Robert Williams was born in Whito county, Illinois, December 27, 1850. He is a grad uate of the State University of Indiana and tho Union College of Law of Chicago, and since 1876 has been engaged in the practice of law at Carmi, 111. From 1880 to 1882 he was master in chan cery, and county judge from 1882 to 1886. "In 1889 Mr. Williams was elected to congress to fill a vacancy, and was re-elected to the Fifty . second, Fifty-third, Fifty-sixth and Fifty-seventh congres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

; "WZ ""tliSM1 . 9' .-iPfcrT w tion in tho assurance that If the democratic party will adopt a steady adherence to republican pol icies, it may "earn tho right to a larger partici pation In the" affairs of government" Perhaps this "larger participation" will consist of the privil ege of fat offices and of productive special privil eges to bo bestowed upon a few individual demo crats who succeed in transforming tho democratic parly so that it will not bo a serious rival to tho republican party. Tho comments of the Kansas City Journal upon Mr. Ryan's articlo ought to be read by cv ory democrat who has pride in his party. It must ' bo evident to such democrats that the effort to reorganize the party along republican lines must bo defeated if the principles for which tho dem ocracy is presumed to stand are preserved. When democrats read in a republican paper tho confession that "with scarcely any modifica tion," tho reorganizes' presentation of issues "could be adopted bodily Into the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

"gf ""iwlyyy i(tW w , "If tf "v" ' 'l The Commoner. AJPRILj 24; 1903. rP MORE MONEY IS NEEDED The Now York Sun of March 9 contains an ar ticle on tho financial situation written by Daniel P. Kellogg, admitting all that The Commoner has said in regard to the scarcity of money. He points out that the financial situation is anything but satisfactory. The following quotations present the salient points: "But it would be idle to deny that In a broader sense the money situation is caus ing some serious reflection. Apart from rou tine business matters it is the chief topic of discussion in all the great banking and com mission houses down-town, the query taking this general form: 'Have we, as a matter of fact, enough money with which to conduct the financial operations of the country at their ' present rate and volume?' Those raising the question admit and lay great stress upon the sound and substantial nature of all legitimate business conditions the vast development of the iron and steel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

rw -ytqv w wwwji il('fWrtJ!iA"11 W.V "V The Commoner - ift-J The Commoner. ISSUBD WEGKLY. Entered at the postoflicc nt Lincoln, Nebraska, as second class mail matter. TERMS-PAYABLE IN ADVANCB One Year $1.00 Six rionths 50c In Clubs of 5 or more, per year 75c Three rionths 25c Single Copy 50 Sample Copies Pre. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS can be sent direct to The Commoner. They can also be sent through newspapers which have adver tised a clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post office nioucy order, express order, or by bank draft 011 New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan.,, '04, means that payment has been received to and including the lat issue of January 1904. Two weeks are required after money is received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CHANGE OP ADDRESS.- Subs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

JAJPIUL 24, 1903. While Mr. Roosevelt Is boasting of the antl jtnwt legislation passed by the republican con gress, he ought not to forget to Hw , explain how it happened that Did It immediately after all this antl- " Happea? trust legislation was accom plished, the packers began tho Organization of a combine which in power and wealth will be second only to the great steel trust. In his speech at Milwaukee, President Roose yelt quoted some things from the famous address no delivered at Minneapolis when he was vice president. But one statement in the Minneap- oils speech Mr. Roosevelt did not rnfar to and that was -wherein he said that it would bo necessary in tho future to shackle cunning as in the past we had chadded force. Forco and Cunning. VSVS The Chicago Tribune says: "The result in .Cleveland leaves Mayor Tom L. Johnson the most conspicuous democrat in Ohio. Tho If he wishes the party nomlna Clevaland " tion for governor he can have It, Victorv. and repeat his spectacular aut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

T' jyr " ? 6 The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER H ! Ml . a-iruM i.i i -.. mmr'' i"tfm"'1" 'wriOJiw'iTrnr i 'i "trrr"! m " . ,..i- - jm i. fliSllLV VJlv4vAl 1 pv-i lvys3 fjmpM N ONE OP THE MOST INTERESTING CASES in our now possessions relates to the charge of smuggling brought against officers of the United States navy and other prominent men. An Asso ciated press dispatch from San Juan, P. It., under date of April 14, said that District Attorney Pit tlngill had received from the department of jus tice in Washington instructions not to present information concerning tho alleged smuggling to the grand jury. Tho press and natives of Porto Rico havo demanded an investigation and on tho afternoon of April 14, tho grand jury appeared in court and tho foreman addressing tho judge, said: "It has como to our knowlodge that cer tain cases of smuggling have occurred. Wo havo asked tho district attorney about tho matter and ho refused to bring up tho matter, alleging that ho had rccoived certain in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

Bm-oiHvriyfMHrin.-, jn; rxmm.-' TtMMWW".1 ' mv "HUWgy The Commoner. 'APBIL 24, 1903. 7 two statesmen, ono of whom always refused titles while dispensing them to others, while the other used all the means at his command to impress the public with pageantry and whatever elBe might tend ;to .'encourage British admiration or the throne and the privileged classes. There were no ceremonies at the unveiling." IT IS, ASSERTED BY REV. DR. IRSKINE N. White, .secretary of ttie Presbyterian board of church erection, that tfiere are built and dedi cated every day in the year fifteen church build ings in the United States. Other authorities who do not' agree with Dr. White say that the number per day will not exceed 12. It is estimated also that between $35,000,000 and $40,000,000 annually is stfent for new church buildings in the United States. THE CHARGE MADE BY A EUROPEAN NA val officer that a low morale exists in the United States navy, prompted Secretary Moody to cause to be made an investig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

; Qpnf,T K"f Hf-M The Commoner. VOLUME 3, NUMBER U, 8 - ' """" " CX X Jr ir -- cr w -w w --y v - H U.n VL. M. IK iH Ohtta ft . T vf. Watts N Haunted. 0, Muse, fold your delicate pinions; My soul Is so weary, to-night! There seems to havo fallon upon mo A cliill and a wlthorlng blight. I would I might write itthe story; Yet strangely unnorved is my hand; Bid Memory wako from her slumbers And marshal her shadowy band. For there, In the slow-dying embers, A picturo too plainly I trace; And atartlingly near mo arlseth A balofully beautiful face. 1, walling, recoil from the phantom Shrink back from its presence, in fright; I cower, and cry in my weakness A pitiful coward, to-night! Yet, hear how my heart pleadeth for hor Still under the morciless spell! Ah, once, in life's roseate morning, I loved hor bright beauty too well. And under the spell of her magic, I knolt, like a slave, to her hand: Her wish was the law of my being 4 Her gesture, or word, a command. tho books shall be Sho wooe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

TLHlpftW,Wa'W''g' ' ptw",'t t V. JPBIIrM, 1803. The Coiauioner. 0 4 r-r-, ttp vaf mrwv , ' Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Cure Costs Nothing If It Fails. After 2,000 experiments, I have learned how to cure Rheumatism. Not to turn bony joints into flesh again; that is Impossible. But I can euro, thb disease always, at any stage, and for ever. I ask for no money. Simply wnto jne a postal and I will send you an or der on your nearest aruggist for six bottles Dr. Shoop's Kheumatic Cure, for every druggist keeps it Use It for a month and, if it succeeds, the cost is only ?5.60. If it fails. I will pay the druggist myself. I have no sam; es, because any med icine that can affec' Rheumatism quickly must be drugged to the verge of danger. I use no such drugs, and it is folly to take them. -You must get tho disease out of the blood. My remedy does that, evfcn in the most difficult obstinate cases. No matter how impossible Nthis seems to you, I know it and take the risk. I nave cured tens of thousands...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

"tVajWyM11' 1 The Commoner, VOLUME 3, NUMBER H. i - fW " 7 10 CcoBonlc Bvelutioa ."I think I speak for the great ma jority of the American people when I say that we are not in the least against wealth as such, whether In dividual or corporate; that wo merely desire to see any abuse of corporate or combined wealth corrected and remedied; that we do not desire tho abolition or destruction of big cor porations, but, on tho contrary, rec ognlzo them as being In many cases efficient economic Instruments, the re sults of an inevitable process of eco nomic evolution." Extract from President Roosevelt's Milwaukee speech. Bill Jones he wuz a wonder in his grasp o' bus'ness ways, An' he alius had a reason f'r his schemes' He would look up at th' cellln' with a sort o' sleepy gaze, Just as if ho saw th' reason in his .dreams. Couldn't stump ol' Bill a minnit, f'r statistics wuz his holt, An' he alius said that Aggers never lied. If you handed him a problem calcu lated f'r t jolt, "Economic evo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

i!IHPMBBBWMftlTlWliilTntSi?MgTwwwiiMwiiBiiiMw 7r ASjpwp 'iHli'!,,Tr,i"-'''F"T',l5( " & iPRIL 21, 1903. The Commoner. t THE KANSAS QITY PLATFORM Following Is a synopsis of the ad dress delivered at the Jeffersonian banquet at Des Moines, la., April 2, 1903, by Hon. C. A. Walsh, secretary t of he democratic national commit tee. Mr. Walsh spoke on "The Kan sas City Platform": "The subject presents itself to my mind 'from two standpoints; first, the Kansas City platform in itself; and next, .the bearing its reaffirma tion or repudiation mav have unon the future of the great national demo cratic party. "In considering it in the first as pect we must go back to the platform of 1896 and consider that platform as an integral part of the last platform. "Whatever may be said for or against, the platform of '96, it certain ly must be conceded that it represent ed the thought and the aspirations of the masses of the common democrats of the country as no other platform ever adopted in this c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 24 April 1903

VSPTsyn- r'. The Commoner. 12 VOLUME 3, NUMBER H, r'ir"r-'rf' " 11 a "r ' Ufel IZ3 ii f, F ? j vi -" r 4sr . m .. r u jprr v ,TH "jr ,m i" v U It was reported from Albany, Ore., on April 11, that A. B. Reams oC Jacksonville was today "nominated lor congress by the democratic party of the First district, to nil the vacancy caused by tho death of Congressman Thomas II. Tongue. Tho election will take place Juno 1. Brlgham Young, president of tho council of twelve apostles of the Mor mon church, died in Salt Lake City, Utah, on April 11 at tho ago of 67 years. Ho was tho oldest sou of 1-resident Brlgham Young. At an urgent session of tho first chamber of tho Netherlands parlia ment at Tho Hague on April 11 the nnti-striko bills previously adopted by tho second chamber woro passed unanimously and Queen Wilhelmina immediately sanctioned the bills, ren dering them at onco effective. The atriko disturbances still continue and tho situation seems to grow worse. Assistant Attorney General Bec...

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