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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

The Commoner. 6 Vol. a, No. 15. wrtwwwwwttftwu Whether ComrrVorf or Not. mwvwwvwwww 1 Mr. Root. Thoy hnvo caught you In the act, Mr. Root. Thoy havo flushed you for a fact, Mr. Root. Sonators whom Miles addressed On tho army button pressed And got papors you suppressed, Mr. Root Thought you'd Iceop 'em In tho dark, Mr. Root. But thoy mado you too tho mark, Mr. Root. Pooplo will Insist upon Knowing what Is going on "Whon they've got to raise tho "spon," Mr. Root. , Thoro aro sad and lonoly scones, Mr. Root. In tho far-off Philippines, Mr. Root. Though you say tho trouble's dono, Sooms that It's but just begun, Splto of fairy tales you've spun, Mr. Root. Hoard you say you woro quite sure, Mr. Root, That thoro was no "water euro," Mr. Root. Heard you say with accents clear That your plans woro not severe But wo'ro onto you, my dear Mr. Root. T You've an easy job to hold, Mr. Root. But' th,Q chances aro, my bold" : ' Mr. Root, If you had to hike and fight, Wado and sleep In swamps at ni...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

The Commoner. May 2, 1902 -mm- -' " THE WEEKLY PRESS FORUM. STONE'S CARNEGIE INTERVIEW Gladbrook (la.) Northern: The na tional banks will not be satisfied until they own the whole money system. Minden (Neb.) Courier: An honest carpet-bag government like civilize.l warfare is a contradiction of terms. Marlon (111.) Press: The would-bp reorganizers of the democratic party are gracious enough to permit the old landmark democrats to vote for them. Carlysle (111.) Constitution: The workingman who voted two years ago for a "full dinner pail" will hardly be able to put much beef in it at the pres ent high price. Rolla (Mo.) Sharpshooter: The man that takes no interest in politics should bear in mind the fact that the corporations do, and that is why the corporations are getting all the "pros perity" that is loose. Pekin (111.) Times: Governor Taft says the Filipinos are corrupt because they have been used to corruption. F.jin all accounts, there are Americans over there who are giving them...

Publication Title: Commoner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

The Commoner. May 2 1 190a 7 acrar - 1 THE WEEKLY PRESS FORUM. STONE'S CARNEGIE INTERVIEW Glnubrook (la.) Northern: The na tional banks will not bo satisfied until they own the whole money system. Minden (Neb.) Courier: An honest carpet-bag government like civilize.! warfare is a contradiction of terms. Marlon (111.) Press: The would-bo reorganizers of the democratic party are gracious enough to permit the old landmark democrats to vote for them. Carlysle (111.) Constitution: The workingman who voted two years ago for a "full dinner pail" will hardly be able to put much beef in it at the pres ent high price. Rolla (Mo.) Sharpshooter: The man that takes no interest in politics should bear in mind the fact that the corporations do, and that is why the corporations are getting all the "pros perity" that is loose. Pekin (111.) Times: Governor Taft says the Filipinos are corrupt because they have been used to corruption. F. m all accounts, there are Americans over there who. are giving t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

HHPS "?yfl r-Vfit, V n C) r&: The Commoner, Vol. a', No. 15; 8 '.YK P ECONOMY Saving Time and Losing Health. Tho man who ato his broakfast ovor night to savo timo in tho morning was not a whit raoro foolish than is tho man who eats his lunch at his desk whilo ho Mm, and almoat always euros, works Oo savo timo , or bocauso he's in noods perseverance to overcome nnr9rv .nXo won't bo hurried. If tions which have taken years to pi THE QUICK WAY TO BE CURED of stomach "troublo" is to begin at onco k iiu of Dr. Plorco's Golden Medical Discovery. This medicine euros forty nine out of fifty people who try it faith fully and fairly. Thoro is only pno chance in fifty that it won't completely euro you. Thoro is no chanco in tho world that it will not bonoflt you. "Goldon Medical Discovery" alxoays helps, and almost always euros. .But it 3U UUI4U1- produco, g- i 1 1 - . The Home Department. And Hho provides thoju cos necessary lor or persistence, xuo mu uuunu ,. dfffo onF Try ?to work and o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

The Commoner. May 2, 190a r pyyyyyyyyyyEyiyflPflpp(ppEpMy tk A A nA CATALOGUE AND BUYEftS" GUIDE N? 70 J7JKJ AS OUR 0VIV SALESMAN Wc have been working I together on this cata logue ibr thirty years. Wc consider this number to be as near the ideal Buyer' Guide u die world has ever seen. We have done our beet od our asMstantshtve done Uieir uU0O8t.to tell Uie TRUTH about eveiythwj listed herein. 1Sutf m JJCokAT iii 1 .i in ii 1" .. MONTGOMERY WARD a CO. t.H AVPIUC ft MADISON 3TRf CT. CMICACO. THIS BOOK CONTAINS Know What Your Dealer Pays nHIS book tells pretty nearly what your dealer pays for everything. It quotes wholesale prices on 70,000 articles, and shows pictures of 17,000 of them. It includes practically everything that anybody uses, wears or eats; and its prices are the lowest ever quoted. It will save the average family at least $100.00 per year some $500.00. Two million people send for this book yearly as a buying guide, and we want you to have one, too. Fflf Ifi YlIM 14 we ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

"i.-faiirsrr The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 1 5. 10 YOU NEED A WATCH A GREAT BARGAIN Ilcre is ft lt-K gold filled watch, dur ablo, well made, Jowoled, etcm THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. . . "" blsS. WU1U, Bicm ece anu looks cl gant. Guaranteed 20 Tears. Send No MoHcy. Send us your name, address nnd The dyo workers of Paterson, N. J., are on a strike. On April 23d, Robert E. Hitt was ro-nominated for congress from his district in Illinois. Joseph W. Babcock has been noml- nninA frtt. nnnrrmaa llV fllO rnnilhUcanS AND NINETY-FIVE CENTS nf tho Third ilistrict of Wisconsin. l!Sfm On Anril 25 General J. S. Clarkson B.inoir5gny!ioBhtfre Iowa took the oath of ofllce as sur- lfii? of customs of the port of New , Ouarnnlcc. . luru, of suffrage all towns in some rioting rr est eqnlpwBl. ineludlnir AIoniM i w riant niifuiwi oweuon. I & &X?gtiZ$?$JU took pla.ce. $igH$ J. Sterling Morton, founder of Ar- ffSEAR Dny and sccrotftry oE asriculturo aaMBdMMMimMU BOOK Tolls you liovr to grow Glnsong. Its cu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

The Commoner. May a, 190a 11 introduced a. bill in the senate April 22, to "Increase the efficiency of the army.' This bill favors General Miles and would .male. him practically the commanderdn-chief of the, army. The senate committee on Cuba .de cided to institute an investigation into the charge that the greater par t of the present crop of Cuban sugar, is held by the sugar trust of this country, as atated in Senator Teller's resolution of the 19th inst. ' Representative Sfms of Tennessee on April 2B Introduced a bill abolish ing duties on imports of beef, mutton, pork and veal. A preamble to 'the measure recites that the present high prices of these products are due to trusts and monopolies. The senate has Appointed a com mittee to confer with the house on the Chinese exclusion bill. Messrs. Piatt, Dillingham, and Clay were selected. According to a report of April 22, the joint conference has agreed on all joints gave that of the extension of the treaty after May 5 next. A favora...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 2 May 1902

i,!"1 IT ' I l The Commoner. 12 Vol. a, No. 15; mm-, a i ms w , !t OUR CLUBBING LIST Do you wish to tako another paper or magazlno with THE COMMONER? Hero Is our clubbing Hat. Tho sub scription prlco glvon In this Hat pays for THE COMMONER and tho other publication both for one year. Sub scriptions may bo either now or ro nowal, oxcopt for Public Opinion and Litorary Digest. All must bo for one year. Sond to THE COMMONER, Lincoln, Neb. NOTE-OlnbbJiiirofTors In which tho Thrice a Week World, or WorliMIornld. or Form, Block and Homo, or Knnsnfl City World appears, nro not open to tho.ro.iidontnof tho roflncctivo cities In which tho pnpor&'immod aro published. Club Price. Arena $2.75 Atlanta Constitution 1.35 Ba'rnum's Midland Parmer 1.00 Central Farmer ". 1.35 Cincinnati Enquirer 1.35 Cosmopolitan 1.G5 'Farm and Homo 1.00 Farmers' Advocate 1 50 Farm, Stock and Homo 1.00 Feather and Farmer 1.00 Homo and Farm 1.00 Indianapolis Sontlnol 1.00 Irrigation Age ., 1.25 Kansas Farmer 1.35 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

t-ivn The Commoner WILLIAH J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vol. 2. No. 16. SMITH & HEROD. In a recent issue of The Commoner the editor suggested that Beveridge and JFunstdn would make a good republican ticket, with imperialism as the paramount issue. The reasons then given were sound and they still hold good, but the imperial istic spirit has developed so rapidly that the war like senator from Indiana and the oratorical gen eral from Kansas are passing into inocuous desue tude. The former has allowed a whole month to elapse since he hurled a verbal javelin at the Dec laration of Independence or ridiculed the doctrine of self-government, while the latter has entirely lost caste since he denied administering that benevolent and love-inspiring remedy known as the "water cure." But while the popularity of the Beveridge-Funston ticket has been tin the wane a new combination has been forging to the front, and already the names of Smith and Herod are being mentioned with increasing en...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

'rimm" - i irn-jii itwyw.Nyy i,iri',',yw''',yM,,l',ti''t """""'Wj -!?WW- TWry' VW ?" follows as to bo called- to any position which ho Is 'qualified to fill. Tho porlod between 1892 and 1896 was a chaotic ono, and during this porlod moro now men woro brought into political prominence than in any similar period since tho war. In both tho democratic and republican parties but more espe cially in tho democratic party now men. forged to tho front becauso they understood tho issues presented and had tho courage to take up tho fight, when older and moro experienced men aban doned tho pcoplo's side. Business men who had never boforo spolcon In public found -that -they could speak effectively; young men. who had had no practice on tho stump quickly put to rout votoran campaigners who woro once leaders whon thoy had followers. Whilo all tho -people ought to Btudy public questions for themselves and ought to bo prepared to discuss them, a largo pro portion of tho people are inclined to leave ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

The Commoner. May 9, I902 gress ought not to expect the support of both classes? Mr. Laniont's active support of a candi date for congress is, therefore, likely to lose him more support than it brings him. But if it is a mistake to name him among those who are to conduct Xho congressional campaign,, what an ab surdity to speak of him in connection with a pres idential nomination! It will not be difficult to And suitable candi dates for our presidential ticket. Every state con tains men who have sufficient ability, experience and honesty men who are as well known to the public as Lincoln was when he was first nomi nated, or as Cleveland was in 1884. But it woull be infinitely better to select some one entirely unknown, but whose character and connection .would commend him when known, than to select one well known, but known to be opposed to the mass of the people in interest and sympathy. Imperialism Brutalizes. Congressman Sibley recently made a speech In congress denouncing General...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

'WJWH!"'' --fliWV- The Commoner. The Commoner. ISSUED WEEKLY. Kntercd nt the poslofflcc at I,lucolu, Nebraska, a jeeoud clnfis null matter. TERA1S-PAYABLB IN ADVANCE. One Year fi.oo I I Three Jtonths 35c fclxflonth 50c I I Single Copy , c Sample Copies Free. Foreign Postage 52c Extra. SUBSCRIPTIONS enn be sent direct to The Commoner. They can nlBO be sent through newspapers which linvc adver tised n clubbing rate, or through local agents, where such agents have been appointed. All remittances should be sent by post office money order, express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Co not send individual checks, stamps, or money. RENEWALS. The date on your wrapper shows when your subscription will expire. Thus, Jan. 03, means that payment has been received to and including the last issue of January, 1902 Two weeks arc required after money is received before the date on the wrapper can be changed. CH ANdE OF ADDRESS. Subscribers requesting a change of address must give the OI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

'J ' May 9,-190a. The Commoner 5 It is to bo hoped that the federal authorities Will ;iot overlook the fact that injunction proceed- . ings are not the only ones per- indict mitted under the anti-trust law. tba There is a very stern criminal Conspirators. provision in the anti-trust law, and every packing house repre sentative who has violated that law should b .called to account in the criminal court A German paper has a striking cartoon en titled "The Crown and the Crisis." This repre sents King Edward holding in The Crown his hand a crown, and kneeling and the before the figure of the Angel of Crisis'. Peace. "Put my crown on," pleads King Edward. "Wash the blood off first," replies the Angel of Peace. It will be, indeed, a mighty bloody crown that will bo placed June 26, 1902. They have a peculiar way of doing things In jthe regions where kings and princes most do con gregate. Edward VII. has been The Great king for a long time now, and Power of yet he will not formally be a .Ki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

- ---- J- -g-jmj l- iTWirWOTF yjW1" 1Wfr.t a, i The Commoner Vol. 2, No. 16. THE CONVERSION OF HR. ROOT. 6 WHETHER COflMON OR NOT. Piscatorial. Bullheads bitin', an' ring porch, too; Whlto clouds sailin' a sea o' blue. I'vo dono dug bait An' I can't wait Big flsh sayin', "Why, howd'y do!" Crick's invitin', th' trees say "Como;" Birds all slngin', th' bees all hum. Fish jus' achln' F'r t' bo taken, An' jus' a sayin', "You'd better git some." Jus located a bullhead hole; An' jus' dono cut a wilier polo. 01' hook an' lino Say they fool fino, Shade troo sayin', "Why, bless yo soul!" Fish wo'ms squirmln' in that ol' can; Grub in sack f'r a hongry man. Wa'm sun shlninr, I'm jus' plnin' Dem fat ol' bullheads f'r t' Ian'. Billheads bltin', an' ring porch, too. Whlto clouds sailln' a sea o' blue. I've dono dug bait An' I can't wait Big fish sayin', "Why, howd'y do!" Aunt JcriMha "I seo by th' papers," remarked Aunt Jorusha, wiping her spectacles and laying asido her took, "that there is a me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

The Commoner. JWry 9, iocs 7 PRESERVE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES. THE WEEKLY PRESS FORUM. The promulgation of democratic principles is a work that every earnest democrat should promote. It is only by constant watchfulness that those who seek the republicanization of the democratic party can he checkmated, and only by constant effort that the principles of democracy can bo made to supplant the un-American and un democratic policies that have been fastened upon the country. Many of the daily newspapers of the country are controlled by inter ests adverse to the masses. Because of the ingenious methods of the re organizers their efforts must be com batted and their manifold schemes exposed The Commoner is one of the few periodicals of national circulation that stand for, the supremacy of democratic principles and combat the efforts of those who place spoils of office above principle. In this work it is proud to, have the assistance df the loyal weekly press which has al ready accomplished so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

ESa ?"'' i 8 The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 16. ;.a . . . , m THE HONE DEPARTMENT. Not Work But Worry. "It Is not the work, but the worry, That wrinkles the smooth, fair faco; That blonds gray hairs with the dusky, And robs tho form of its graco; That dims tho lustro and sparkle Of oyos that woro onco so bright But no aro hoavy and troubled With a woary, despondent light. "It Is not tho work, but tho worry, That drives all sleep away, As we toss and toss and wonder About' tho cares of tho day. Do wo think of tho hands' hard labor, Or tho steps of tho tired feet? Ah! no, but wo plan and ponder Plow to make both ends moot. "It Is not tho work, but thoworry, That makes tho world grow old, That numbers tho years of its children, Ere half their story is told; That weakens their faith in heaven, And the wisdom of God's great plan, Ah! 'tis not tho work, but the worry, That breaks tho heart of a man." Selected. Chapter on Strawberries. This Is tho largest strawberry mar ket in tho world, and th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

,J .The Commoner. May P 1 90a 9 p THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. '"""" ' yw ,, IIIHMMI It is announced that the exposition that was to be held at St. Louis next year will be postponed till 1904. It is reported from London that William Waldorf Asor will receive a title from King Edward next month. The anniversary of General Grant's biri' day was celebrated in various cities of the United States on April 26. The United Copper company, with an authorized capital of $80,000,000, was incorporated at Trenton, N. J., on April 28. During a trip of the submarine boat Fulton at Lewes, Del., on April 29, an explosion took place, injuring five of her crew. A cablegram from London asserts that J. Pierpont Morgan's fee for or ganising the recent shipping combine was $12,000,000. On April 26 Congressman Champ Clark of Missouri was renominated by the democrats of the Ninth district without opposition. United States Consul Osborne died in London April 29. He was appointed consul general by President McKin le...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

ipy PWNMHWM BPwrlfrePwB - --- -"P BBgiMByi typed ...--. WV,C ' $" ' "jri Tr''T'rip"V- '-' ."wliMPRW l The Commoner. Vol. a, No. 16. 10 splracy lawn shall romaln In forco to fiomo oxtont. On tho samo day tho iblll to provldo for diplomatic and con sular sorvlco In tho ropubllc of Cuba -was passed. Tho bill Axes tho sal aries of tho various representatives of tho government that aro to be sont to tho Island. Tho houso committee on Interstate commorco hold another session on April 20, when Mr. Joseph Nirams, for merly of tho trpasury department, ap peared' as tho first witness in opposi tion to tho Corliss bill. This bill aims to destroy tho civil remedy pro vided to rogulato commorco, according to Mr. Nlmms' testimony. A dispatch from Manila to Wash-' lngton announces tho capture of Ruro, the Ladrone loader, together with 16H officers and men of his command, and it is surmised that this means tlw 'opening up of tho whole of the south-, orn coast of the island of Nogros. An other insur...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

Commoner. May 9, 190a 11 fJgBr Saved From Blindntss E. H. Reynolds, 422 -12nd Place, Chicago, bad his sight restored after; years of blindness, by Dr. Oren Oneal, Chicago's noted Oc alist, and no Knif was used. THE ONEAL DISSOL VENT METHOD cures Cat nrapts. Scums, Granu laied Lids. Optlo Nerv diseases All Causes' of Blindness Without the Knlfa and vesltlvely without injury to the ye. Thousands curod, Road thdir testimohiala in illustrated book on oyo diseases" which is sent free. Dr. Onoal 'will advise yon free of charge if you toll him your eye troubles. CR.OSS-E.YES STRAIGHTE.NED A Now Method-No Knife or Pain-Oyer 6,000 oases cured. A'ddross OREN ONEAL, M. D, Salle 121 , 62 Dearbeni St., Cklcaff. TO AUTnOllS SEEKING a publisher. Manuscripts In all branches of Literature, sultablo for publication In book form aro required by an estab lished bouso. Liberal torms. No chanto for examin ation. Prompt attention and honorablo troatment. BOOKS' 141 Herald 23d St., New York. Fnr QqIq I',nc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The commoner. — 9 May 1902

" ; r J T'fW' Pm"! W1 The Commoner. Vol. 1, No. 16. 13 h - CREAM inpy SEPARATOR FREE This is a Renulne " offer tnnde to Introduce thr Peoples Cream Separator In every neighbor hood. It is the best and simplest in the world. We ask that you show it to your neighbors who have cows. Scud your name and the name of the tifariRl freltrlit nfflrt. A rid re a a PEOPLES SUPPLY OO,, DKPT. 177 KANSAS CITY. MA fflfSfr mw$L EWELERS W CHARGE QOioo for wstehct ibitlook no httlir ami kj on knur Urns thtti Ibli. Doulili burning rlchlj njrmrrd told flttiMH. DUraood eul rutijpwiltil wotki, gum wind and mm mi, in oeuri-!Mli. Mcond tttatkf trtr, HKfjl) NO MONEY, out iMi out tad und U ( ui with tour ntist nd sddrtM in J will iindlh WATl'H AND CHAIN WtMIT.KTB la jou b) ciprrn. You imln (luin u jour tiptfig ofllcs andlfurrprMtniid r eihrtu nt our fptcUt rduJ pile 13.83 tnd iiprria clnrs.es od ih7 m jours. MiDitoii ! wnld, IiAIIY'H or UKNT'.H. A iuinnl for III) YUAIIH with of rwneh. Minis MhmmMk PATCMT QCPI...

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