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distribution distribt1t on of the burdens of govern govern governemnt governemnt
emnt that the clergy should pray for forhe forthe
the he government the nobles fight lor forit lorit
it and the common people should paythe pay
the taxes The first fruit of that sys system system ¬
tem and the first modification of that thatsystem
system were had during that economic econo economic
mic and moral convulsion which shook shookthe shookthe
the moral universe from center to cir circumferencethe circumferencethe
cuiriference cumferencethe the French Revolution RAvolutionHistorians RevolutionHistorians
Historians dispute today as to thecause the thecause
cause of the French Revolution If Ifyou Ifyou
you would know the cause causeyou you will willnot willnot
not find it in the days transpiring in inthe inthe
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find findit it in in the days when Robespierre Robespierredrunk Robespierredrunk
drunk with human blood leaned leanedagainst leanedagainst
against the pillars of the assembly assemblyas as ashe
he listened to his own doom It is isback is isback
back of that It is in those immediateyears immediate immediateyears
years preceding when the burden of of2overnmenthad
government 2overnmenthad had become intolerable intolerablewhen intolerablewhen
when the stipends paid to the miser miserIable miserable
able satellites of royalty had become becomecriminal becomecriminal
Iable criminal when bureaucracy reached reachedout reachedout
out into every part of the nation and
I andI bore down upon tne industries and en ep epergies energies ¬
ergies of the common man and wheneightyfive when wheneightyfive
eightyfive per cent of that fearful fearfulburden fearfulburden
burden was collectea from the peas peasantry peasantry ¬
antry of ofFrance France which forced them themfrom themfrumptheir
from frumptheir their little homes and farms into intothe intothe
the sinks and dives of Paris wherethe where wherethe
the French Revolution was born bornUnited bornUnited
United States Senator William E EBorah EBorah
Borah in Uonceining the Income IncomeTax IncomeTax
Tax Bill in National Magazine for forJanuary fo foJanuary r
Beauty B luty as a Town Asset AssetWithin AssetWithin
Within a few weeks for the first firsttime firsttime
time in this country the scenic sceni settingof setting settinaof
of a town has h sbeen been judged an an assetand asset assetand
and as inch given Ithe the protectian protectieDof protectieDofthe o othe of f
the United States District istrict Court It It8S 1t 1twas
Was 8S in the cast cas of the Empire Water Waterand Wateand r
and Power ower Company Vs vs the Cascade CascadeTawn CascadeTown
Town Town Company says ssysFranklinClarkin ssysFranklinClarkinin Franklin FranklinClarki FranklinClarkiiii Clarkin n
in SuccjeW Su Suceeri liMi Magazine1 iii asirie az l e The TbedeciBioft TbedeciBioftrendered decision decisionrenderedrby
rendered renderedrby by Judge JudgeR R E Lewis at atPueblo a aPueblo t
Pueblo EmpireWatel Col Colprohibited prohibited the Empire
Water and Power Company from us usip using ¬
ing ing ip for L the purpose iurpose rpq o of f generating geneJ1ti1gpow generatinpower g
power pow r rI I water r whicfivfqirhs which cy fqJms the chiescenic chief Chl f fscemc
scenic scemc attraction of the mountaicanyon mountain mountamclJypn n
canyon at t the tb mouth of which the thetown th thtown e
town of Cascade is is issituated situatedThere situated situatedThere situatedThere
There have been tumults about aboutNla2af abou t
Niagara but they were sentimentalfn sentimental sentimentalIn
In this case there was the th clearcut clear clearcutissue cut cutissue
issue as to whether the cascades cascadesat cascadeat s
at the foot of Pikes Peak giving thetown th thtown the e se
town name and character could could b bput be beput e
put to beneficial ben ficial uso by harnessing harn harnessin harnessinthem ssing ssingthem g
them to electric motors Condemn Condemnation Condemnation ¬
ation proceedings to divert the water waterfor watefor r
for power were resisted by the tojwn town townof tow towof n rn
of Cascade on the ground that diver diversion diverlion ¬
sion of the water w would auld uld mean mean de destruction destruction ¬
struction to the towns chief assetIt asset assetIt
It was put putferward forward that th t bin in making makin makingfor
for scenic beauty the water water was was al already 1 1ready
ready being put put to beneficial beneficial b neficial use use usewfthin
sinceIt within usewithin the meaning rneanin of the lawsince law since sinceit
it drewmany drewkmany people to the th city there there101e thereoiewas
jfoie condemnationproc oiewas jiwas was not subject to condemnation condemnatioproceedings n
proceedings proc dinas for mechanical power pow powerThis r rThis
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United States District Court
McCreary and Johnson Debate DebateFormer DebateFormerSenator DebateFormer I
Former FormerSenator Senator James B BMcCreary BMcCrearyandReprtsentative McCreary McCrearand
and andReprtsentative Representative Ben Johnson J ohnson ad addrelsed addressed ¬
dressed OwenterMonday a large audience at Owenton Owent 1 1Monday n
Monday It was county court day and andthe an anthe d
the crowd which heard them waslarae waslaraeand was large larg largand e
and enthusiastic
Senator McCruary declared that thatprig a apri
prig ftJr7 narj fairly and honestly honestliconduct conduct ¬
arrivinat ed la conducted was was s the theblst b best st method of of arriving arrivingl
l at at the t tie tr ± ru rur wishes isbel of the th people pepvleHe He H e
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Jfhnspn and Hon W 0 Head He d should shouldJfs shoedr d
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their t ndQft heir irpreen present present terms with the t e respee respee r
tlM ti h 9Arn e conferred upon upon th them mbY mbYepeoplef b be y
e epeoplef people the Fourth Cdngression Conlrre GongressioualpstriFtandthe lloq
alpstriFtandthe al 1 pjstrjyit 8t Louievihert istand and the City of LouisviIl4 Louilvil1
Jf Itf I was wW rt practically the openin opening o tr iD c csp Y
speech sp openinsp paignfori ch of the he Senator in hla hiar hiarcacripaig campaign c paign n
fdri jtlfefiDnocratic Jl DmocrtIc nomination goroin > < tioni H Hwas He Hewas e
was in his oldtime fettle arid held heldh heldhcrowd hi hicrowd his s
crowd for an hour and a half as he her re reviewedd ¬
I Iviewed viewed his public pu lic services and declar declared decla declaed r ¬
ed he stood upon his hiarecortl record as as Governor Gover G ver vernor ¬
nor and Congressman Congressmansand and andSet1atorl andSet1atorlin Senator in inthe ii iithe i
the present cOntestCouaresrman contest cpntest9Q
Cpugresiman 9Q f1 manJohnson Johnson made a vigor vigorQu vigo vigoou5 r
QUBJ Qu P i ttiAck ttiAckon t ctc K Kon on Senator McCreary cCrery s sr
record r ord as a < it Democrat blaming him fa farisfusing f fer ferrf r r
refusing rf risfusingIto sing Ito to assist in the election of o oBeckham f fBeckham
Beckham to the United States Senatendreit Senate r
and ndreit reiterating ratin2 his charge that th thMcCreary the theMcCreary e
McCreary men in the Fourth District Districthad Districhad t
had organized Gaddie Clubs during th the theCongressmans e
Congressmans recent fight for forre forreelection re ¬
election electionEnds
Ends Winters Troubles TroublesTo TroublesTo
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prominent place This suffragette
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story numberjndudes Ohf Ohfer t fict ficton on if this numberjn number ln =
eludes The Ninde e Brides by Juliet JulietWilbor
Wilbor Tompkins Piqrette Ph rette and the
Gra Gray theGra Monk by Fannie Heaslip Lea Leaand Leaand
and Part Three of The Admirals
Niece Nieceua ua a most delightful tale by KateI KateDouglas Kate KateDouglas
Douglas Wiggin and her h r collaborators
I I I Beginning with a new year home bomelovers himelorers
lovers all qyer fiver thecountry the country make mak reso resoutions eeo eeolutions ¬
lutions l for or improvement in the house hous
Fitting houseFitting in nicely with such plans the theI theWomansHome
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nishing th the Small mall Library Book Bookcase
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Patch PatchW PatchWork Work rk Quilts of a Hundred HundredI HundredYears
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lowing seem to torhold hold valuable sugges suggestions ¬
tions suggestions How to Use Your Public Library Li LIbrary ¬
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How to Make Croquettes CroquettesMiss CroquettesMiss CroquettesMiss
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and pale hadno bad had rio appetite and seem seemed ¬
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remedies r medies failed fai faiftillDr ftillDr till Dr Kings New NewDiscovery
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pletely cured her that she has not notbeen
been troubled trQu 1ed with a cough since sinceIts
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been made mOadeby by Hiram Powers for eir ex etcGovezriior
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to George Gaor e Alfred Townsend of Bostona Boston
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imagineii Many complicationsMany fan have ha imagineestionand Xiyer liver Jy r trouble and imagine
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and andinthl Iluggisbandinthl in this way disturbs the stomach and
feowelg i andi OWel With which it is supposed to work
in Oiarmomy Then comes the sallow
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palq duUpaIQ In the forehead the thinnlnr of of
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W sensibleK 1 ILY T r to atop the trouble tro ble as asr aswell r well as to
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achieved resulblachieved with his
remedy and who are ar arSll r
glad Sll d to make the facts public so so that
others thatothers oari oan help helpthemselv themselves s are are Mr Jaa
Kennedy K JuK nnedySt St StDouis LUis Mo Mrs S A
La ALa Ru Ruliot Ruo o of Smiths SEnith s Grove Ky and many
others Others manyOthers er8 er8r r
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startedthe the use of Syrup Pepsin with a sample
Ifyou will send your your name and address addressYOu addressyou
you canratio can also obtain a free trial bottle
This will prove to you that liver trouble
Is s promptly cured with this remedy or
money ornQIiey will be refunded Having tried
it Itou triedItou you you can can then buy it in the remila re u1 > p
pway way way of your yo r druggist at fifty cents cents and
one o e dollar a a bottle and the latter is
isIlUmcient sufficient for an entire family
This familyThis remedy Is a vast improvement t
over over cathartic tablets and salts which
only whichonly do good ood for the time being bein Syrup
Pepsin SyrupPepsin is permanent in Its results Is
pleasant Ispleasant Itfs to take and does not gripe ripe It
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pleasedto Dr purgativeDr Dr Caldwell personally per onaUy will be pleased
to maydeslre give ive you any 1Y medical meci al advice adv ce you you may may
desire for foryourselt yourself or or family pertaining to
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derangements of the delicate delicateand and important portantorgans organs that are ar l
distinctly feminine The tortures tortures torturesso so so bravely bravelyendured endured com co coed coedpletely I Ipletelyupset
pletelyupset pletely upset the tbenerves nerves if long continued enntinuedDr r 4 4r
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