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JULY 27, 1905
PAGE 12 5hs Nobracko. Indopondont : Real Estate and 5 ' . Z T7 T 1 FICBT ON THE TRUST Farm Land power and authority to act and to do whatsoever in its Judgment may De necessary to bring about the disband- ment and destruction of this monop nlv and said nnmrnittfi is directed to INDEPENDENT ELEVATOR M EN J co-operate with any and all persons, ISSUE A CALL firms and associations and with puD lie officials to bring about the destruc- Ulnn rt ctnlA arils an? tflQ nilT1 1 ah TT1PT1 1 They Will Raise a Fund and .Will . . . w WnTr(lra And the mem- Take Legal Steps to Destroy the kership of this association is hereby Combination That Controls Ne- assessed $10,000, to be called for as braska's Grain Business needed, and so much thereof as may be needed is hereby autnorizea to De ovnpnrlArl hv smirl rnmmittee as in its fm.Tl rantfiifi the reliability War on the Nebraska grain trust hndement will brine: about the above iuc juutuwvuv a M , . I, . rrviA I ! fI IIJ UUTCi iwviUm.B "nn,,v y.n lUaf I Haft UCtmiCU UJf i'ttiwtiw i resiuia Keal estate ana r arm wiuu n t tA otv out.iti chan nnn ir, is nesireu iu uuvmuv i ,11- eranvK itiliiil iiiiii uivc oiuva i . .rnii- fpaMin nf this caper. The ad-1 . . ... ..... .. .. lenns intorpsterl' th r.n-onerat.e with our .ihnVr makimr use of this section State association, wmcn nas us neau- - ; ! DIRECTORY f This association appeals to all per- IMdSS Stated ims ass: (a) By selecting committees of rep- to them on any subject please mention The Nation's membership is recruited resentative men to work with us Independent. hw. mnnr iho inrlpnnrlpnt Pipva-I (h Bv sendine to James T. Brady, ecretary, or AiDion, ieD., Dy any one interested, all information touching 300 Central Kansas farms Reasonable tor men of Nebraska. Vn nnn't m CC f. Whln ROrD. WDeUl ' , -.1 1 1 X J J u yu v mi. - ...i -inp nssnc ar mn nas iiisl lssueu u. I j., x x and alfalfa, au grow wen; - ! upon me acts 01 ine uram irust iu oats. abundance of good water; a fine stock country, cajj appealing to all persons interest- this state or elsewhere IJAKtlAINS:- 4W acres, nneiy iuuuv., nntHWlnr f.inrl ta said nifiiWn onri riiiAcrrnfi ner acre, ku hi iuu uiaitci iu tu-vuci an; m u w jjj wuuiuuuua x.uu v i 1LMIL11I1 11 LIU. u W V " M" A I acres acres; well improved: tine spring; .timber: some - . ' n "flPQirnv thn!P Pvils which committee for use in this contest. bottom. 88 acres alfalfa; race iw, w - - . ' . . ... . This "board believes that this, is an all smooth; small improvements; weU located; arisen in connection with the i' ""wV-Vr-V rtMnrint,ionsnn these r""'v .xv.- " " onnorf.une time to strike tms illegal IllC u.l - i" in. U!X! i i 1 Knot. r,r .. . .. '. . . Tt. farms and lists, uamson ana iuHcuuici,'iYi-i uuiuuiuaiiuu iu cuxiliui mc &iam uuox organization a aeatn uiow ana esiao- ness of Nebraska. Attorney General lish at Omaha and other market out Norris Brown will be urged to bring lets for Nebraska grain a free and proceedings, either of a civil or crim- ?n 5 ence, Kansas; also offices at Salina and Mm neapelis. 2 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft BETTER THAU SPAMO Spank us does not cure'children of bed wet ting. If it did there would be few childrea that would do it. There is a constitutional cause for this. Mrs. M. Summers, Box 169, Notre Dame Ind., will send her home treatment to any mother. She asks no money. Write lier today if your children trouble you in this way Don't blame the child. The chances are it can't help it HARVESTER cuts and throws in pile on harvester or wind rows. Man and horse cuts eaual to a corn binder. Price $14. Circulars free showing Harvester at work. NEW PROCESS M'FG. CO., Lincoln, Kansas. GOIttI Summer Vacation Tours. The Michigan Central "The Niagara Falls Route" to the Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River, Adirondack, Lakes George and Champlain, Catskills) Hudson River, White Mountains, Forests and Lakes of Maine, New England Sea Coast, Michigan Resorts, etc. Send for copy to. C. C. MERRILL, T. P. A., Kansas City, Mo. J 1,329 Acres Republican Valley bottom farm forsale. cheap; Red willow county; well improved; close to town, write for il lustraten descriptive circular, giving prices and terms. This is a bargain. thJ : MphrUiT rrain tWw that the producers of Nebraska should Xfie JSb ?f S! DealerS raise, without delay, a fund of $20,000 It is the judgment of this board ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft McKillip a Swallow, Humphrey, Nebraska. & MICHIGAN FARMS for this fight that there may be no question as to results. We have millions on the oposite and has something sid? ,f this contest, but with the law anu JU.uma.miy uu uur aiue, a mug jjuh and a pull all together will do the work. Don't delay, but act at once. Yours Purpose of the Association The farmers association was or over 4,000 members scattered all over the agricultural sections of the state. Its object is to protect the markets for his goods and to keep tor results; alive competition among merchants and receivers and prevent trusts and the most productive combinations. The organization .at OCEANA is county in Michigan. Fruit, Grain, Clo- present is made up of 103 locals, ver. Alfalfa, Potatoes, Stock, Poultry, thirty of these locals comprising ele- " . I x j-xs . t. u : v. Pin Climate. All sizes, all prices, vaior assuciauuus, eauu 01. Easy payments, good markets, and the best people. Send for list to J. D. S. Hanson, Hart, Mich. which owns and operates an independent ele vator. J. S. Canaday is president of the association; L. S. Deets, vice president; James T. Brady, secretary, and . G. Smith of Kearney, treas urer. Mr. Worrall's lawyers have not made much progress in the federal courts toward getting their case re- J. S. CANADAY, Pres. JAMES T. BRADY, Sec. D. J. GATES, L. S. DEETS, D. W. BAKER, JACOB EHLERS, O. G. SMITH, Treas., Board of Directors Farmers' Co-oper ative Grain and Live Stock State Association of Nebraska. Minden, Neb., July 17, 1905. ANTI TRUST LAW IN KANSAS Man Who Formed Wheat Pool Serves Jail Sentence La Crosse, Kan., Jul 25. In a little manded to the state district court i.'Hiti hv .To A. Parker. Louisville, Ky., lTf is rtwirterl that .Tnrlft Mnnerer of for four years Chairman of th People the federal bench will refuse to hear tin-roofed stone jail, with the ther southern Tross Every issue givS the case, because he Is a brother-in- mometer standing at 100 degrees in mjinv barcains in Timber, Mineral, Graz- iaw of Mr. Fowler of the Nye-Schneid- the shade for six hours of the day, - . t..J U nr.n I I . . . 1 ing, Fruit ana u arming lunus, u. er-Fowler Grain company, having E. J. smiley is paying me penauy homes in the Sunny bouUi, on easy terms Pnn,,or.a cictor mnw- bora for h.ivirur vinlatpd the Kansas n- nr.nni.tnTi t us Tnr 1 71 WSI ni PT1 T . fllSO I xxxo.1 X ivu x v. T, v.x k, umivi . wuu, " I ' J tniks farmers' politics. Don't believe in over he is a stockholder in this com- anti-trust law. allowing corporations to monopolize out pany which is one of the defendants. bring express packages to the farmers'! Text Of the Call th monpv the hie insurance lords blow in The call issued by the Farmers' as on champagne. Government sub-treasury gotiation js as follows: should supply money on cotion, vneai and tobacco, and save the farmers from hoine- nbioked bv Shylock. Advocates many things to make the world better and fry the fat out of the big hogs with their feet in the trough. Regular price r.0 cents a year; but if you send 25 cents before September 1, will send the paper one vear. I also have some bargains in timber land which will be sold at a sac rifice for quick sale in tracts of forty acres or more. Will make fine farms. From $2.50 to J5 per acre. Address Jo A. Parker, Editor, Louisville, Ky. Mr. Smiley is said to be the only man in the United States . who ever i suffered imprisonment for the viola- tion of such a law. Other men have hpfin convicted of crimes similar to Whereas, Many disclosures of vital Smilev's. hut have escaped actual im- nuercst to me proaucers oi gram in nrisonment. Nebraska are now being made which s secretary of the Kansas Grain Lei evofore were not generally known, Dealers' association Smiley was ar- and rpstpd in 1902 charged with having Whereas, The Farmers' Co-opera- f0rmed a nool among the millers of tive Grain and Live Stock State as- Rism, fl small wheat station a few sociaiicn is organized to protect the miies east 0f La Crosse, farmers of this state from the oppres- He was convicted in the district NOSE CANCER CURED Mr. A. Canfleld of Tecumseh, Neb., suffered with severe cancer of the nose. He has been entirely cured by Dr. T. O'Connor and will answer any in nuiries from other sufferer?. Write him and at the same time send a full descriDtion of. the cancer to Dr. T. tV Connor, Lincoln, Neb. He can cure you. His charges are reasonable and terms of payment easy. Kesidence Phone 497 Oltice Phone 517 Dr. J. M. Birkner Physician and Surgeon Q29 O St. . : s : : Lincoln, Neb Captain Commanding Hospital Corp Nebraska sion of monopolists and trusts, the effect of which has been to take from them extortionate and unreasonable profits and tolls for years past; and Whereas, we believe an opportu nity is now presented for the first time to do positive and effectual work toward the destruction of such evils; be it Resolved, by the board of directors of said association, That a committee from its board be and hereby is ap pointed, consisting of three members, for the purpose of conferring with any or all personc, firms or associations which may desire to add their help or power to the forces already at work in this state for the destruction of the Grain trust and the evils by it practiced, which committee shall con sist of J. S. Canaday of Minden, James T. Brady of Albion and D. J. Gates of Albion, which committee is given ful court here after a trial which was hard fought on both sides. His at- orney carried the case through the courts to the United States supreme court, and that court affirmed the de cision of the Rush county district court. ' After vainly trying for a pardon from the governor, fcmilley came here early in May of this year and sur rendered to J. M. Purcell, the sheriff of the county. Nearly every farmer in Kansas re garded the conviction of Smiley as a personal victory. Exit Mary Ann I've come to tell you, mum, that th' gasoline stove has gone out. Mistress Well, light it again. Mary Ann I can't. Sure it went out through the roof! mm -rv M v i llxJIMJ fT?flMfU INFO R.MATION Fall Term opens Sept. 4, in elegant New College Build ingr, 66 x 132 feet, four stories high. All departments enlarged, two New Ones added, fine Auditorium and Gymnasium. Splendid courses in Business, Shorthand Tpyewriting and Telegraphy. Anyone writing for a Catalogue, will be sent free some elegant specimens of Pen manship. Address Rcbrbocgh Bros.. Omsha, Nebr. 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