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THE WEALTH MAKERS.
Ma? 31 ,1Sf4 T I n (Continued from Intwut) I . - . muiur extent it fof tolS, Dili W " .1 hM been UrlbutDw "ul;V t tha nigh rate of iotereit finance and the high rate demanded for money, wn -- . ..1 J Uaited Statei ban interest n! r"haMred: and Alexander I nuuiu w j A.. Kruithut witb-1 thaa Mriier and rre raidlMowrblng the. entire width TbirSyear. ago I taught acheol . J Tiwlm .ftulted in oneoi the mmt le'rttlf ounSeiuThe upper Will Netful ohyp and a hand prei v. ..V-nna of hundred frmrl 4vTr than then, while toe worth no more inau wo-Pi. banker without such toll and worn cfent baa accumulated wealih luffloleit M buv out the whole hundred farmeri tern of fiance which thus few to absorb the wealth of the many one that ihould berremedled by law, and if it not blgh time that ment should Interpol, f done, by mklng government loans upon land toJ save lta yeomanry from l the money-lenders who are sucking the life- blood out of the people? Judge WllonQuoteelM7J Speeches OoalalLA. Neb i May 19, Editor Wealth Makebs: I am not given to flattery, but I think praise should be given '.when 'merited, 1 therefore, desire to compliment you on the noat clean appearance of your paper as well as the subject matter con "talned therein. I am especially pleased with the correspondence as well as the -editorials. Each week there sems to be n improvement.and I feel certain that Us missionary work Is adding scores of converts to our cause. I most heartily .coincide with the views of your corres pondent A. M. B. from Imperial, Neb., and hope that the Independents will see to it that many voters that are members of ths old parties hava an opportunity to read The Wealth Makkbs. It was rftadin that opened my eyes to the fact, that the legislation of this ' a J 1 I ,ntrvlfor vears past-had been in the Interest cf the great corporations and money speculators. The times that t.. Kan frrnn hv are upou u uun w - the leaders of both old parties for years, me lOHUDi o wi uvh vbw r - j k ih, ha not the moral courage to stand up and continue the fight against those aggressive menopolies. WBV I In proof of this fact I quote from fpeeches made over twenty years ago In Congress. On the WW a ay oi reo. 1873, Mr, Holman (Dam), from Indiana, said: If the people would maintain their free institutions they must demand that th?se overgrown na aggrcBBivu agencies of wealth you have armed (meaning congress) wlih such dangerous iiowers, shall not usurp the powers of government, but the rightful powers of the people shall alone be represented In Congress. Mr. Townsend of N. Y. in a speech in tho 42nd Congretis Eali: Great corporations have thorugh their paid agents entered these cham bers; the voice of the nation has been smothered In the lust for gain. Ilon.-J. It. llawley, (Rep), from Conn , said In a speech in CoDgress on the th, day of February 1873: The poople will not tolerate equ I voca tioni and evasion If we dare indulge in legal quibbles and dodges, and let a man escape purely upon thm, we may possibly awaken a storm that will be no respecter of persons. The people can not impeach, they cannot expel, but they can come here with fierce un appeasable hunger for justice, and clear these balls of all of us forever, as the money changers were driven from the temple when the swentest tempered Man that ever lived, horse whipped them from its sacred courts. On the 3d, day of March 187a, Hon. Thomas Swan in a speech in Congrm used the following language: The rapid crystallization cf an indig nant public foillog. the firm and decid ed tono of the public press are the unmUtakabla Indications of a gathering K'orni wbicb, without prompt and do vHed action on the f art of IbU Houm, threatens to break over u with results that no man can (oreieo. TIo fact can rot be lout sight of that there 1 a imtsr behlrd the throne greater than the throne Itnilf, aud that there U no antagonlmu more to bo dreaded than that of an outraged and justly excited ikKH'l strlvlpff to maintain the puritv of thrir IffitltutUin against fraud and corruption. If this letter was not atrtsdy too long I hu!i have cnpnrcHl tvmo of tho hjvs extracts with speeches tad lu 'Vrf ! re eotly l-y m cf the iin gntieracn. t specially the teesi tsprch t( hrealor J. II. llawley, made In opiKv ttum to 'nfttor Alien's rvtotutlon la reference tulle Cox y ara y. I wi.h vry Ke publican and iKttmKrut and tipwla'.ly all eld soldirs that fought for the f.s it fredotu la the war f the ret ell wou?d rtad uu m tho gfeat aictllona of the day wlihou I'lfjadic. I think U the would I bey wuu!d come to the cosclu Mim with hl th tariff Mvttoa has hot a simply a sham twtwwa Uiso'd larlls fur ths iurpouf putltng the wool ier tho l e cf th voters, that hey might nai cthe real "t'-sff l the wood pllt." AVORITISM SBYLOCK THE WEALTH MAKERS ALLIANCE DEPARTMENT. OY MBS. J. T. KKLUE, SECT. Webster countyI was out last night newwr vnuuij . - ana reorganizes xieaer vrt T Rutin townubloand ship. I organized Batin township and uiu.nt mil township thU week r hoDe to have Webster county organ! aA wlth the helo of the sssiit- ' F. H. t.tTtu Ktsia Lecturer. J. H. Powers, writes that he reorganized Hazel Green Alli ance, No. 47, Nuckols county this week. Alio reorganized Mt. rleasant Alliance In Pawnee county, with 14 members. Had a good meeting at Burohard and arranged for reorganizing there. "Please state how much I am oDugea to send for old members that hare come In since last report." Answer. ten cent. More Interest has been taken In our Alliance of late than for a long time previous Old members are coming back and some new ones. May tho good work continue and may Coxle accomplish what he went to Washington for. A. J. H. Saunders countv -Price you give on twine is worthy of consideration. I will make good use of the list when reor ganizing. J. H. T. I sent prioe of twine to all county sec retaries and delinquent Alliances, and many othors. and slnc thn have been offered a reduction of one-half cent per pound on the last six kinds on the list and 12- casts additional discount oo Manilla in car lots. County or sub- Alli ances who desire to buy please let me know the address of your purchasing agent, and I will have samples sent from the firm. Terms on twine. Tho company would take individual notes, but it costs tor much to collect them. Each sub-Alli ance can appoint a business agent who must have a good financial standing to whom I will sell the twine for the whole Alliance on October 1st, time. The county will furnish a combination ord-r blank to the business agent, who will have as many as want twine on time put down the amount they want, then add all together ad make out a note for the whole amount signing himself as security, then take it to the bank or responsible merchant and have him write across the back of the note pro nounced hank hle. Bend that order to me and I will ship the twine at the cash prices quoted. This is the plan upon which we bought our twine of the National Union Co., and we find it very acceptable. U. U This offerTefers to the first three kinds on the list sent out which were cash prices. To make the purchasing agent secure he would doubtless exact some security from the others. The time terms of the company are rery similar except, that they ask one- half cent per pound more on time; but as they offer one-half cent discount from the price sent It 1 a very good offer This they intend as the agent's com mission: but I wrote them I wanted the lowest price possible for the Alliance, and they could make their own arrange ments with their agents. Where an Alliance can buy for cash they should n it need to pay an agent , to do thi ordering (or them. This twine U all warranted to be new twine and Insect proof. ' Madlsrn county We have decided to join two or three Alliances together and form one strong Alliance. I am very anxious to get this Alliance start ed, for 1 think we can do a great deal of good, and God knows it is time for u to do something for the great masses. A. A. B. Perkins county Our Alliance wan'. to know if we can take in members a just the fee that we send to the State Alliance. 2." cents. Money is so scarce that we want to make It as easy to join bs possible. Can we take In old members of dead AUlancos without Initiation foes? They have the new work. C. M Answer. It does not seem us If the state Allla ce could or should keep sub- Aulancc from remitting their share of dues when they soe fit. In taking In raotut'ers from dead Alliances I sh ulu rule that a committee of Investigation be appointed, and they bo balloted on as a new tnt mhor. They should rune their obligation, but the initiation fee tuny bo omitted. I'awnee eounty The State Lecturer of the Y. A fi 1 U. gave a lecture i Uurchard, Neb, the'-'Ut. atll p. tu. t an appreciative audience, lie also rv organU 'd an Alliance-al Mt. Pleaiani In the evening, with It umiubr, ant thalr nubi-rs will rapid! lnereao, I predict tt roy personal koowledk' l the community. He a'u Hik a IWkwa'.uron the 2 tot a imt atten tire audience, I n ed not y the u' mont dt corum m obwm-d on the par of tvry en irn, anl omluglt wiy word ho aid was wil rvo'ttrd It waa t.o political harangu.but a t'M reform gonpfl f rmon. h a ail Ju cvlonal. As a rrvu'l the Al!lo MUUn Cr''k will probably Iw ro r ganlt d It probably old ho trr rvortiaitUcd while Mr, lMeisawu us but for th lool'iuent atralag. . J , Cttmlttemaii. Jtin II. lsw r tpitAiuirMta, Htate Ucturvr J. II I'owwra f tb r A A I I'., will tx t the foil iw tng plaot4 ot the dates gtva: Kjraeuft, " M June 1. Palmyra, " M t tUaw 9 Nftturfti riebb Hnhr f arris r nwi-ltM tUM vUini aw) mum u , 4 ww ttw skmmm fcvwt lalto. Ns4' t -4 mm nuj,irOiMS-1iU'T &i r"auwn u i r hiim f J'jO & iwnni f sNst kj4. fibi ay4 wismMt. Rw(rM TV, J)(w,iiissi'. WaaalU uihMNt eata4r wf iai am-wm d $if t yai-.natM. iXFORO MFC. CO.. 340 WatM Aw Cia. V FINE SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORNS. V LI 15 eggs 11.25, 30 eggs 12.00, I Kfl .try tajW. 10ft PO-ra 15.5ft I prepay express on order of 50 eggs and upwards to any point west of Chi cago and east of Denver, 12 chicks 15 days old 15.00. Safe arrival guaranteed. Address W. J. H1CKOX, Alma, Nsb. a O-Zo We ha v a very choice lln of (H41 ( aui and potatoe i. Hnl to deHcrlptlve can louue. UHItiWULiUBKSJ CO., Lincoln, Neb. c OFFICERS STATE ALLIANCE. ProKl1nt, W. . Dale, Atlanta. Vlce-Pr., Prof. W. a. Joues. Hastlntfs. Hwcaetary, Mrs. J. T. Kllle. Hun well Tresnrr. Junius Camuron. Unaver City. '. H. PowetR, btaUt Icturur, Cornell. W. V. Wrlht, SUte Organizer AlllHnce Aid, Bethany, Moo. - EXIODTtVB COMMITTER Chairman, I. N. (onard, Lincoln. .. HiKlurtuan, Hertrami. L. W Voun, Wjldonvllle. O. M Ittraar, Wtthoo. J. M. Dluimluk, Macon, lit solutions Supporting the Com monweal. Resolutions adopted unanimously by the Star Alliance, No, 132i, of Polk county, Nebr., May 21, 1894, Whereas, We believe the army of the Commonweal to be composed of bona fide laborers and loyal American citizens who are peaceably exercising (.heir lawrul right to petition the gov -rnment for the redress of grievances, and tbat every indignity offered to them Is an indignity offered to the laborers of the whole country: and Whereas, The right of petition and of free speech, two of the bulwarks of our national liberties, guaranteed by our constitution, have ben rudely as sailed on the very threshold of our national Capltoi in the unlawful assult by the authorities at Washington upon J H. Coxey, Carl Browne and W. C. Jones, leaders of that army, while peacefully seeking to exercise these constitutional rights; Therefore, be it Resolved, That we, the members of Star Alllanoe, No. i::&), think it to be the duty of every patriotic American citizen, and especially the duty of all labor organizations to doeverythtng in their power to aid these men in assert ing and maintaining their undoubted rights as American citizens, and to in dignantly protest against the infamous violation of our National Constitution by the contemptible hirelings of I'lu enpracv now ',n uu hority at our national capltoi. And, be it Kesolvod, Tnat we warmly applaud our nubio U. S Senator, W. V. Allen, for his eloquent and patriotic defence of our constitutional liberties in the U. S. Senate, and his bold denunciation of the servile horde of menials who ride rough shod over the sacred and blood bought riifhts of of American citizens In their eagernes to serve their pluto cratic masters. And. be it further Resolved, That copies of tbpso reuo lutlons be spnt to lion. W. V Allen and J. S. Coxey, and that they bo pub lished In the Shelby Sun and The Wealth Make us. U A. Scott, T. E. Casselbeurv, Sec'y, pro tern. President. TARIFF ON THE BRAIN. Tunu "William Brenaan." Cotae all you honest people, Whoever you way be, And help the honvst worklngmen niiv Mii.uujpsly. 'TlK headed by the brokers; Th ydeal In bond and nocks; . Tht y cite us to the tariff While they're getting lo their kockn. Crarcs: - Tariff on the brain! Tariff on the brain: Uxk out for tollilriaa Who have tariff on the brain. The goUtbuut knowing li rover To their erhi'melnc would agree, Tbey put him In ihe Whttebouiui Their etfent there 10 be They robbed uu of our ullver And irribbed up all our Kulil Th'jr die u to Ih UrliT, And leave ue la the cold, they've aehein to thro' tie Utxr A ad aumopoltM the Und, To make or u a Mrviie htrie, While thy are rlrh and grnd. Their heme cause uul end hunifr, And Ikey miy gf roll'd ir Or ill our llr olumiue Hy thlr grwJliiwe rmt ,w r iriy tl. or Fur at Hjrround Hot hurlnire, S. I), And i v( rv singU trea j ield it qut of the ragrenct) that masee II l hpilnga mt Ui uutet d-IVloue on earth. I bit lUirtlrn'Um'e loe! ant w(U Ud v gtv)ou lu ', Infurataiton ainmt tlut rinse. ad a o- if jou ak lo It -a Uautlfully lllutre'Ht folder J tltvaoitt, U M r. A. huatia, NK WALL PAPER 4e t u a 1 ,00 rinlrd pff ahr tm iw. n.rf titlvr lite p. ! aa4 4 free I OO aaati(ai hiiiim an4 inJe ,ir ir iiui W l w Ff s iMwir vru quioa. MINRV LIHMANM, 1HV UuuflMlt , OVAHA, NK1, I I OAFa-Ers.nCliD I il I and tliAMItftf A 1 II I- a WANT COLUMN OP THE stment Company. WANTED Ever? body to watch this column for r-al esuuo lmlii. If you do net eee what you want write In and we will get It fer you. Tj)r Bale Eighty acre near Lincoln; party J? muet sell, make an offer. Sale Two farms ol leo acres, one of StO acres near Lincoln, very low. IT or Exchange BuHtnesi lot on O street for a.' good farm in eastern Men. ITtor Exchange--Six room bouse and corner JL' lot in Lincoln; couia take equity in laad or live itoca. r Exchange Neat cottage borne In Lincoln; coulo take land as pan payinenu If or Exchange Stock In an enterprise of x. much promiKe, lor gooa piece oi larra iana. . Wanted Everybody to send description and price of any property they wish to sell or exchange, Gillilan Investment Co., - LINCOLN, NEB. Notice to Bridge Co juacturs. Notice! hereby given that sealed bids will M lectuved i tiie uiitua oi we county clerk of Fiirnan county, Neuraeka, on or before the ihth uay of June, A. V., IW4, for the construc tion of the following brlugee: Oue certain brloge acrue Mplclne Creek, In lOiittieaMt quaiter of ncctlon elghiei'n d, in uiwiiHhlp four (4). range twen y five wet O.h, V. W..to be III) fuetxpan, llcet hlh with H ieet approaches at en el end. One biidxe aciose Medicine Creek on section line between teclloua uluete. n (1U) and t we ty 120 1, In towuehlp 4 iHiige (2T went tb, p. m U ue M feet HpHll, 1U le,l high, With 8 feet, ap pioacbee at each eld. One brloge across Klk Creek on section line between Mcllons ten (10) and eleven (I I), In towutthlp lour (1), renKe iwenty-three 2H), wi tttli P. M., to oe " luot span, 10 feet high with 10 feet approaches One bridge across Cinm Creek on lection line between eecuvius tweuty-Hlx (M and tbirty tive ;), la townehip tour (4j, range tweuty three cii), wentHih I', il., to be 30 feet epan, 15 foe i blgh with 10 fast approaches. One brluge aero tuy Crek between .sec tion t wenty five (zf), aud tw.nty-ix CM), in towLhtilp one (t), rauge twenty -tbtee wet 6th P. to , lo t i". feet, epan, 17 feet high With 0 feet approach on eouth end ana 8 leet ap proach on the nort h end. One bridge acroes Kik Creek between sec tions iweuiy-flve () and thirty -elx i'M), lu township one 1 1 1, range twenty-three I23J, west, 6th i. HI., to be m feet epan, 12 feet blgh, with 0 feet approaches. one bridge across a draw between section elxteen Ul and twenty one Sl, in towneblp oue 1 1 j. range twenty-three i i, weal flib P. M. to be -'H feet epan, 10 feet high wltb 6 feet ap proaen on went end and 8 feet approach on east e d. One bridge across Sapra Creek on township line between sections four 14, and thirty-three ;i3, between townships one ll) ana two 2. tauge twenty-one I "ill. west tku P. M , to be M feet span, 12 feet high wltn 8 feet approaches. One bridge across a draw between sections twenty-two and twenty-three 'J3, In town ship two It, range twenty-four 24, weet 0th P. Hi-, to be SI feet span, U feet high witb 8 feet approaches. One bridge across a draw between the north east quarter aud southeast quarter of section twenty elgnt. pi), In township two til), range twenty-four (24, western p, M. to be ftl feut span.ll feet blgh wltb 8 feet approaches. Urldge across Heaver Creek between south east quarter of section tweny-seven (OT) and northeast quarter section tnirty-four CM), in township two (2), range twenty-four (31), west 0in P. M., to be 3 feet span, 11 feet high with 8 feet approaches. Bridge across a draw between sections twenty-seven 27 and twenty-eight in township two range twenty-four i!J). west 0th P. M , to be 28 feet span, 14 feet nlit with 8 ieet ap proaches. One bridge across a draw between sections one 111 at d twelve 12J, In township one l, range twenty-two ;', west 0tb 1', M., to be Hi feetipan, 10 feet higu with 8 fen approaches Two bridges across bappa creek on range Hue between range twenty-three 23 aud twenty four 24, between sections twenty-hve 25 auu thir y 30J North bridge to be 80 feet hpm.SJ feet hlgn with tt feet approach on north eud and 12 feet approach oil sou th eud. eoutn oridge to be 82 leet span, IS feet, high with 0 feet approach on north end and 12 leet approacn ousuuthend. Oue bridge across Guy Creek on section line beiween sections eight H anu mue 9, In town-ship four 4) rauge tweuty -two 221, west 0th 1'. m ., to be 20 feet span, 15 feet higu with 8 feet approaches. ono in iuge across a draw net ween sections three :ij and four 4, In township two 2j. rauge tweai.y-one (21 ), west 0th V M., to be 10 leet spau. 7 teet bign wltb 0 feet approaches One bridge across a draw between sections five (ft) and eight H In townsblp two (2), rauge tWeUty-oue(21,) West 6 P. M , to be 10 feel span, 8 feet high witu no approaches. Atiarew jacKson onuge across Beaver urcea between His southeat quaiter and southwest quarter of section elghteeu (IK), la township two (si. rauge tweni;-iwo (22), west utn i'. M., to be 'M feut span, 11 feet hlgn with 8 feet ap proaches. two bridges across sappa creek between sections fourteen (Hi and twenty three 23,iti township oue til, rauge twentv-two (2'i). west (lih P. m. Kast bridge to be 36 feet span, 20 feet htKh with 8 feet approaches. West oridge in ue Ai teet span, h leet nigu wun iu leei ap proaches. oue und ge across a draw in the northeast quarter of secilen eleveu ill), in township one til, range iweuty-iwo (-"i, west Ui.n i. m , lo be 10 feel span and 10 feet high. uids re icivea on ootn coiutnaation ana iron bridge-, 14 feet roadway and 3-lnch bard pine tlooiiiig all nuu must be accompanied ty Dlausand specltications, ana goou ana sum- vieut bOLds, aud llled In the cuuuty ctera's oillee of if urnas county, Nebraska, on or be fore 12 0'cluek noun of the 2Mh day of June, a U.IHM commls ioutrs reserve the tight to rejec. aoy or an uius. Dated this 17th day of May, A. D IS(ll SU4 H. w. Mi Fadubm, county clerk NOTICE. Mary Tbouison, ) vs. i Thexlo.e M Shelton, f l,i.-ie Mellon, e, at j 'I lieodure Jt Shelton and I.lz:'.te SAellnn do feudauis, wltl U notice thai on the I.Mo day of May, I sin, piaUliff her in appealed the above . mined case Iioib the dlswlct court of Kiaukilu rou. ly i the Supreme court of N' brasaa and uied therein lh evldeete aud lru crii't of Ih record In the cam. l ev onjevt ol said action la t foreclose a cer tain miiilMage exemiivd by -he u.,ve named deleuuaul lo one W. J. Niuli noon lue m.t 11 west quarter of :!. u four, ;iu town three noun, in rn.-ge iv in r rauaiiu cmn y, .ur fca, I ) avrui the iyinenl of a ee.lalu IxoiuH mry lime us ted IX lolwr lit, ImmJ, Un ihu sum of II tow uu, due nve er alli-r Uats inereol. I here l now due uhu al4 u. i and niongitge ll.sc. w .r wijles sum. wi n 7 r relit, In trei irom ihl dale puiiiult o iiys lor a de rrt-e ihl deieudauu be rr.iulud it pay lre tame, or thai aul premte may be "id lo ', iy me am oiui i mna one Viu i i.(4l tl II appear l for Ihe said upi uw et.uii iu Hie liniy of p iuif, lHt I. receive at-d dl oll.il aid court a.iall hud i iii ls.(iii al io tu lln premi. liiu ,wy Wth, wt. tl 4av rHnMta Mil Uy It. Waitaoaa, Au jr lor r Lite la Iteailrre, and I lie llflli ia tu Ot Iters l'AXToil, Nh , Maj l It 'k KJltor WrALTH MKn. Vour notice, with sutwcrl.Un blank, juat rvrrUf 4. VajVrt th 'r,t cf wrltii g fur a uWrlpUn blank a I waal le vt m club of die saWrtlnr. Iwl'.Uoa!! I ran. IN nt sUi m rir, bar my II In my irkl ani it will he aionif In few )ay Abl I hojuj It will baw ei'ine ci'inpaul in. I l?ke tnur jMnmr bvr than aol, Mr, lataon, I think y. are the king- all fooJ t Uitor. an4 I wutt it tU to vet far y,f.r sm hhh! tWoe Vturs tor tht tuldJls of in ril, J. Y Uxh. Red. White. Alfalfa and Aleike i Timothy. Blue Top, Ouion Sets. PIT 11 Those of our readers who improved the opportunity of attending; the will always remember it as one of the grandest prirlleges of their lives. The Peristyle. The Court of Honor. The Golden Statue of the Republic. Administration's Beauteous Temple. The Collossal Manufactures Building. Transportation's Golden Doorway. "Midway's" Wealth of Orientalism, WHO CAN EVER FORGET THEM? Or who can ever forget the proud distinction achieved by McCormick binders and Mowers ? Who can ever forget that the McCormick received the highest award given for any make of Binders and Mowers, and that in the regular Held trials they earned the only honorable mention for grain and grass cutting machinery? Write to the Mccormick harvesting better yet, call on your Write for prices and terms to Attorneys-at-Law, 1026 O St., Lincoln, Net? COLLECTIONS MADE AND MONEY REMITTED SAME DAY A3 COLLECTED. THE GREATEST OFFER YET I FW 61 00 Wc wiU send THE WEALTH MAKERS to ten ,vv ne subscribers until August 1 , 1894. Pnr Ve wiH send Financial Conspiracies; I'en Men of Money Island; Stockwell's Bad Boy; Points for Thinkers. i ' r ill l I we wui sena Ttua VVJbJALiTll MAKERS to ari V1 erf,-"v subscriber, new or old. until Januarv 1. lfiol and a choice For $4.00 We will send one year to following list Here is a chance for Alliances and clubs to secure a library pf valuable books of informat-on absolutely free. Who will be titptl to take advantage of the opportunity? 1 Tftese otters will not bo continued long, and we reserve the right to discontinue any of tho substitute otners irom tne list of tho wuno value. Wealth Makers Pub. Co., ( tirii-, ! IhH Hjf , costcilssloa :wooLwooi.fWooL wool wool wool wool!:; Iff mm 1 V-7 'J I 1 i iru 'OOUWOOLWOQUWOOUWOOUWOOUWOOI SB KANSAS CITY, 111 Gnuw. Orchard Gr Tree Seeds. G-me I save this coupon. It contain nome tlilitfrtt you ought to hikiw. iou oo km i to know tnui' me worm k Kalr Maniiiii'iiicnt ;iskfl all munufactur t rsof Hindi iNiind Mowers to tnko their lii:u'liiiiii into the Kruin und ffram rlclds, and liy their wurk iirmf thelrcluliriK. You (Might to knowr thai, the nianufin turt-rs of MH'orniii-k llindpr-i and Mowers promptly notilied thi World'H Pair Com. lultR'.! that they would comply with this rrusoiialile n-qiifitt. Voit oukIiI to know thai various oilier iiiiiinifiictuiersof Himl (rs and Mowciv senl iein'wnt.'itlvetoe unilne Hie trralu and kikm li'-ldprllled, aiidlhal Um-m- ifprewtitntiven rcKrted to their r'Seetlv.f coniiiaiiieM that the condition of the croimto Iweutwas mh'Ii that ordinary niiiehliie could not handle them. Von (intrlii to know that none of thoM) rnaiii)faeUii'( r allowed their ma chlricK lo itn lnlo thew; tehl where they knew I lie McCormick Hinder und MowerVi would lie at work. Vou out'lit to know thai. Ihe World'K Fair JuiIkcx Mild of MWornilek llliider that they vere Nlmnle and easily operated, and that their foriua lice wuh In all reiect thoroughly witlsfitctory. Vonoiulit to know that they nald of McCoinilck Mowi-r (hat their draft Is tl IhikI :x lit. Iiyhfrr than tin: ttrart of miliniiri) mtmrm. Vou ought, to Knyw tiiesc f 1 1 j 1 1 tr.x because von don't want lo make n mistake when ft, comes lo liuylnic k liiipoi taut a f.irm Implement uu u Hinder or a Jlmver. Vou want tho Ix-st. machine co., Chicago; or, nearest McCormick Agent. LINCOLN, NEB. THE HEALTH MAKERS to any from ihe following list of books Bondhoiders and Breadwinners; The Initiative and Referendum; Esau, or The Banker's Victim -J Errors In Our Monetary System; Industrial Fieedom; Our Republican Monarchy; Money, Land and Transportation. THE WEALTH MAKERS fu a club of five subscribers: anrT 1 tne agent sending the club, a choice fiom tlJ of boks: Richard's Crowi Jason Edwards: The Coniinr Climav! D Huguet; A Tramp In Society. These last book! are a little soiled and shelf-worn, but just as good for the reading matter as when they left the press room. books as our stock runs out. audi T0ES WOOL GROWING PAY? III Tltt depciidi uiKitt Uoir you ell your Wool, if jro.t LU kllltl It ill !... I.. i.rlr..t ..,.1 .ik. . - 1(1 uoci I ay . It u ih) upcrtmout. tnr hlpi)ri testify lu linnltu(Hily, Wo wilt not only ol.tnlu hn hlht uu rlee for j our Wol, U Jom thlp ti,hut we wilt nemt jrmt 1 ftnnm M t nreliitln.iMI-i tli Wx4 trailo jZ. I'rorurt 5a!c nnJ Quick Returns. w itod.m V Uw WiJ trade lit wk luimaM, itl. of UklHK nil l l IwrlVdi motithi lo limkB rrturil lor Wind, lun.t hoiisrit del wrinukr return lit thai nmy ditj, Met onr hlm luck titu lhll l inliil. W rU lor frlec on Wool iu tr lh ttiM(it.mf (i(rhliiier. Vtnrr not Hn v&t'tuntra WiXl I Innn... .m liamila Hay, timitl m.d l'nJuvt of nit kl,,.i jJ SUMMERS, MORRISON & CO. HerciiaDts, 17 So. Witer Street, Chic tU.INtltS MM hut mtMiMlnM O Ult lH,i L wiubiiiif U I Ittabtli mnit th trails i x -J i ouehd Kit rtf Ch- rimmiiiiii h IttabtUhcrt IROO, 1 v iun as a i w mmr