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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Liberty. — 16 February 1910

1 tYr 1 y f t YM > A b ilrur < V If IJ L r < r f i r iI t fYr I J r y II I 1 wj r1 f y o q4 0 Ur > A 4V > tefl 5 CJ J > V J y + A Paper For ike People i 1 1 T I 7 t A MAn Uptodate Advocate y < x tr 4 r h By the People L J L 1 8 E R T Y of the principles t t fy r y and < of the People o i OfFoVCUbfA f = < 1 VOLUME 1 f 1 LA CENTER KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 16 1910 k NUMBER 9r L V ± PRESIDENT BARRETTS ADDRESS aAn Interesting Talk on the Work Now 4l Being Accomplished by the Y 1 < v National Commission 4 > > 1t rt vVTo the Officers and Members of fithe Farmers Union J have the honor to report to you the results thus far of the most remarkable and significant conference in the history of the Farmers Union the National legislative conference of officials arid representatives that has been in progress the last few days in Washington City The conference was called by iamyself to consider specifically means to curb gambling in farm e products of the nati...

Publication Title: Liberty
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Liberty. — 16 February 1910

r l lJr A Y L N 1 n 0 1 l vF j r r JI MUTES OF CONFERENCE c Continued from page 1 A MORNING SESSIONSATURDAY The roll call showed all mem ber3 present except Ward Wil son Meyers and Robinson who DA in five to ten minutes late A letter to the members was drafted by the delegates and forwardedltothe State Secreta I riesfor circulation x 17 EVENING SESSION c At the evening session a num ber of Congressmen were present having come at the invitation of President Barrett and other members of the delegation After reports of several mem bers of their work during the day short talks were given by several of the Congressmen pres ent entThe i The following members at tendedJudge C L Bartlett L F Livingston Wm Howard Chas G Edwards Thos M Bell t Dudley Hughes and Judge W C Adamson Georgia E Y Webb North Carolina Jack Beall Te x as Ollie James Kentucky J Thos Heflin Alabama T U Sisson J W Colli3r Wm A Dickson and E SnrCandler Mississippi sissippiMR MR BEALLS VIEWS Re sponding to the invitation of...

Publication Title: Liberty
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Liberty. — 16 February 1910

i n N t j rrAtl f rr y T w w r J T f II 1 t ModernY < 2 > V Fuel For Hell Fire Ri js f By ANONYMOUS J g Said Judge Ben Lindsey of Den a ver at the convention of the Na tional Educational Association I know positively from personal experience and actual knowledge that some of the men directly or ol by implication held up as mode l a + to the youth of the nation ar S I arl men who debauch town councils or legislatures ih order to defeat laws for the just protection of > J men and women and profiting r by it become generous contribu I tors to or maintainers of the in I stitutions presided over by the 1 intellectual sissies who are too incompetent too ignorant or too cowardly to tell the truth t Of course Judge Lindsey should I not have made that disclosure t tt wal s t so pessimistic of him dont you l know It exhibited so little con I fidence in human nature canlI you see It could do no good to be sure and only tendedlto im I pair the simple confidence of the adolescent in gre...

Publication Title: Liberty
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Liberty. — 16 February 1910

j iit IF l f a j J ncS I S t a ruBUBHED WEEKLY I I I LAO ENTER KETUCICYG is t7JIto to date It now has a bullfight trust It woman is to have a huttonless dress why dont man hare a button less collar Ilrsr the poor The price of automobile tires has gone upeac Gold worth 11000000 is coming out of the Tanana valley Alaska this sea son It should suffice to fill quite a number of teeth Servla seems bent on looking for trouble The little kingdom will ills cover trouble is a thing much easier to find than to lose This country Is not captious and carries no chip on Its shoulder but it dares any foreign navy to sail up to the north pole and tRIte tt I The Moors have caught another Spanish force unawares That War seems to be conducted by the hostile tribesmen on the surpriseparty plan Western crop and trade reports con b tinue highly favorable And big hare vests and good business In the west mean general prosperity for the coun try A Chicago man shot a motorman because he laughed at him Of cou...

Publication Title: Liberty
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Liberty. — 16 February 1910

I IJ i i l 1 TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING THE BASIS OF SUCCESS lince the Ingredients Interii Perun Are Known Its Power as a Catarrh S Bemedy and Tonio is IUnderstood t COLUMBUS OHIO The to live ingredients entering the most popular household remedy In the world have been made known to the public This means a new em In the advertising of popular fam lly medicines Peruna leads Peruna contains among other things golden seal powerful In Its effect upon the mucous mem branes Ccdron seed a rare medicine and unsurpassed tonic Cubebs valuable in nasal cata h and affections of the kidneys and bladder Stone root valuable for v the nerves mUcous membranes as well as In dropsy and indi 1 gestion HOT FLASHES FLASHESALMOST ° ALMOST GONE I Womai in Aurora Gets Relief from Troubles by Takiag Cardiu the Womans Tonic Aurora IndI was suffering from the change and had those hot flajhes and severe backache all the time At times I could hardly straighten up I read about Cardul and got a bot tle from our druggist...

Publication Title: Liberty
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Liberty. — 16 February 1910

1 n P kK > 1 4 V V t eil t t sj I LIBERTY It Published Weekly By Liberty Publishing Company Incorporated r LaCentcr Kcntuck OFFICERS J L NewtonPresident S M B Tapp1st Vice President I Albert Farris 2d Vice President J C Stamps i Secretary L T YancyTreasurer r DIRECTORS Wm Chesterfield Chairman J W CooperVice Chm L T Yancy Treasurer ManaJetr r F E Taylor Auditor Auditor SUBSCRIPTION RATES T Oie year 1 Or Six Mnoths CC aThree months 5 Single copies 05 Payable strictly in advance Advertising Rate lOc per inch straight payable quarterly in advance k Entered at the LaCenter postofflce as matter of secondclass DECLARATION OF PURPOSES To establish justice To secure equity To apply the Golden Rule To discredit the credit and mort gage system To educate the agricultural clas S > In scientific farming rTo assist our members in buying Bud selling To teach farmers the diversifica ¬ tion and rotation of crops domestic economy and the process of market Ing To systematize the methods of pro ...

Publication Title: Liberty
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Liberty. — 16 February 1910

1I f f r tf r 1 < 1i 14 1 < v A 1 1 t 1 f If tPt r4h J Jr i 1 fYAI 41 J I J h r j r P1 0 jiJ rJ 111 fdL i IIjr 1 f f 1 C I r MINUTES OF CONFERENCE Continued from page 2 long run he loses by it Men are manipulating th E market who have no interest In either the production or consump tion of the wheat and the same is true of cotton I merely speak of wheat because that is more particularly a product of my coun try 1 have always found this = the rule and Iam no angel bj any means You can rub mj shoulders without any danger oi f disclosing any wings but I have i always found that in the long run an immoral thing is injurious to the many and a moral thing is for the advantage and benefit of > the many And if on no other > ground a man diLl not know a i single thing of the details of the t business I think he could safely + say that the producer in the long run is the loser by a practice that r r is essentially immoral Applause because it is simply gambling n a I v f fOr came d...

Publication Title: Liberty
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Liberty. — 16 February 1910

> r + L ts d i c U THOUGHT LITTLE OF DICKENS George Meredith Did Not Believe Novelists Work Would Live v Condemns Other Writers K r You may have histories but you cannot have novels on periods so long ago A novel can only reflect the moods of men and women around us 1 and after all in depicting the presents t s we are dealing with the past because the one is enfolded in the other 1 cannot stomach the modern histor to ical novel any more than I can novels which are threefourths dialect t Thackerays note was too monoton ous the Great Hoggarty Diamond t g Ynext to Vanity Fair is most likely f to live it is full of excellent fooling I met him and Dlcklns only a very t few times Not much of Dlcklns will t live because it has so little corre t spondence to life He was the incar nation of cockneydom a caricaturist I shouldt I i have kept to short stories If hisI novels are read at all In the future people will wonder what we saw in them save some possible element of fun meaningless to t...

Publication Title: Liberty
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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