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   Republican-Journal, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1910, Darlington, Wisconsin                               Great Home Paper Of Lafayette County A Beautiful Gold Watch will be given to one securing niasft votes between Aug. 25 and Aug. 31. See Local Page. THE KEI AL. In a Lave VOLUME L. DARLINGTON, WISCONSIN, AUGUST 25, 1910. NUMBER 34 LAMONT Br THE HTREX- MAN Straogu things happen in politics After reading the letter to laat week's Republican-Journal written by Fair Play, I hive conde to lie conclusion that poor Prj Mary out of bust Waen a fnw politicians can meet and decide who shi U be tbe can- are they apt to Jlufc men who will work For the Interns ;u ot the peo fie or who will work for their own in- tareiuy .fudge Ben Linlsay, a demo la hi a tpeech at r arllngton fa rorlog LaFollette, safd. "Bo sure to put good men on guard. But I did not hear .hbt he said th U a few poli- ticians pick tiiem out. Insur- gent Senator Uriatow of Kansas In a at Oabkosh, advi. etl Ills hear- eri that ao party HIM s should be drawn ID the coming primaries. As a matter ol course hi; ws' fishing for rotes. He tuvt appealing to the democrats to at the prl- marlet for LaFollette. Now, I be- lleveeach party should K- allowed to decide whc should be the r candidates. If no attention la to be puld to party llnei at thu primaries, v hy pay any attention to them at tin- rt'nerat elec- If Invite thu t vinocruts to help us dettde who shall our candi- date for tenalor, wou< i tt not bo juit reasonable for th democrats to expect us to help then elect their Senator Brlet ack of reform politician- turns on aim The imurgtuts all .-lalm to fa- 'or a prottellvo tariff, i they claim ibe last did no reduce the larlff ait thny would havu done. Now (hare one thing will pi-( thulr sln- terlty: DM the iasurgi'its favor a i eduction of the tariff on .irUcles man- ufactured .1 r ruined In tin- state or i ittrlcl they represented'. If they did it prored twy honestly relieved the tariff ahouli be reduced. But if thuy favored ret lining or Increasing die tariff on all articles main factored or produced li their district or state it proves them gham reforuern. What 1 at LaFollctte, with all his reform legislation, done to benilit Wlscon- Has be reduced No. he opposed machine ulitlcs? ND. IIli machlno is still runuuig, although the project time It Is a little out of (rder Docs he try to reward his lolltical friends and punish his Yus. Was ho willing that tieoalor Sujihenson shou.d be elected tenator for two year-v as a rowurd for Us pohtioa Ai.d, after hia lection, when he found that, lie could tot control Senator Steph, votts, cid he nut oppose his ro r cotton? Why is man of buuidleaa ambl- 1 Ion fighting tho Taft ail tilnlatratlon and the republican Is It cauie he lo'-en Hn It become so, that loyalty to J.iFulielte nad JUlnyaity to all other republicans, prove that a nap U a re- lubliuan'' H it not u fuel that he tries make political capital oy abusing ill republicans who wlil m1, support N It nut a fact when lie lut ran for liovcruor ho  refuttu o abide by Ui decision of I do ni> believe in IHTO worship; tiere aoiiifthiuir almut it Uiat Ainef- do not like; nor d> I beliovu tiat any party or fuctli ,i of a party can long uxlxt that on one aao bx-lieve 1'bertios of trie people i.re safer when ibo majority c I the party rule than urn t-r one-man rule. Surely tlie farmers nr their hired hare on ciuso to con plain They i r were prosperoiin If thu tariff a burden on tho people, why for the few have tl res boon so (OoJ1.' Why thti value of all property tn Teased? Whio tho people ue burdemd with taxatu n the value of property decreases. If Die business interest! ar: robbing the tu-ople, where do the of our ell es, vlll uid on tlie 'arms get the money to buy of dollars worth nf automo illes. During the Cleve land admin atratlon !l a farmer bought it dollar It would haTa Ibe wonder of tit the farm- log oomtniiDlty. Vet the democrats liad rcduoett tbe tariff. No political bosses sh tuld be ftl- lowed to aay who ah ill be candidates. Any republican sbo ild have the to be a candidate n thu priniariee: then let the people lecide who they want to represent the n fn the ture, submitting to tl e will of the jorlty of the repub ican party. Ijet al- republicans unite and elect Ihr mt n who are the choice oi the party Fljfht for your candidate at the primaries, U it the gjuerul t ection Dj-ht I'cir thu ticket Government of the Pec and For the Peopl urn a republican voted for its first ro' dt'ni, ind its believe that the party inti r.'sts of tho pnopli In th.i dayn of Uuec ma- or not, one tiling untry Is in the n political campaign lU'v that promoti'S the few and th0 wc'lfai bettev understood, un ile, By the People My Belief. f long staridirp, iSnefs fur prenl- lie tj'ad to as true to the today as it was In. That beii is ei-rtaln, our idst an nclivo hen ihp public the interests of of thu many is parly lines k I have recently r-art that "t child !s born a ro two babies on thf Hour and one of them a rattle, act- the other crawl to hia companion and if he la strong enouph, grab and tak the rattle. The baby Is not to be Jlamed; It is Ms nature, and knows nr better. If his >arents fail to teaoh t im the rights ot others as well as hl.-i twn, or If taught refuses obedlen' 2, rejects tho promptings of his con clenoe, he will grow with the robber oature control hU conduct ant i-> a criininB.1: uany of whom get behind prison doors while many othe -s more cunning and intelligent, but no. a whit better, aim to keep within the limits of cus- om and law. Yes, n ore than this, they help la waking la vs and the legal orms to ho observed i i trying crimi- nals. They also secui the best ser- ices of the ablest 1 .wyers, paylufj igh pricoa for thoai services out of noney of which the pe >plc have been obbeJ. As a result, he real crimi- nal often escapes d es the liquor business and saloon I iteresta belong o this class? Abund- nt proof that arge manufacturers ind sellers ot Iquor gat rich and !ai je buyers and ooaurners of liquor get poor and wretched. Many of the people of Darlington missed a wonderfully ntcrestlng and Dstructlve address or China, at the dethodist church by Ui hop Bashford. The B.shop spoke of O) ium as a curse o China, and the very effective meaa- ures of the Chinese j overnment for production aod use. I it not equally clear that the prod in tlon and use of ntoxicating liquors lt> a curse to the Jolted States of Ame Icav And the government of tho Unli id States (that s, the can It irn wisdom us to it'- management by the action of jhlno. instead of cutlii g otf the physi- al ho.ids of the enemii -t of the reform as in China; oil with t, e political and )IHeia! heads of the en mies of reform u the Halted States. town with the jns.-es who try to prev. nt their mas- ters, I he people, fri 11 governing. Cleut tit ofJlce wlv will delight tu serve thu people, the sal- aries they receive and honor, ample for their x'st services In tiie lut Tests of the JKJO; le 1 am glad so many vc ters are deter- med to vote for just Joh men; and vill tii-t vote tor uny m in for gover- nor, nt the leHfislatuie who will nut aid in cnactiiiK a law permitting the vuti'rs lo determine win tin r the saloon hall cease to be or uo itinue in thN oounty. JOHN Hi; Mrs. Hurlbutt Dead. Mrs. li. Ill rlburt, wife of Lorraine S. Hurl >urt, died ilenly at Canandaitfu i Lake, New Vork, on Wednesday, July 1910 Mrs. Hurlburt came 10 Darlington as the bride of Prof. Hui hurt, at that time principalof our H school, and has aturgecircle of frit ads in this city who will read thl.s aun luneement with sincurt, regret. The loi owing account id takm from a Ualtim ,re paper: Tin- body of Mrs. 1 Hurl- hurt, wife of Prof. aluu S. Uurl- hurt, collegiate profus -or of mathe- matics in the JohDS-H  morrow morn- ing. Sirs. Hurlburt with h -r husband acid two sons was spend! ig the summer there, and while the lat er were at dm nor yesterday Mrs. lurlburt went down to the shore and was sitting on a pier near the water .then she was with an apopl 'Ctic Qt and fell into about six Inches o waler. One o( her sons happened to 1 ok toward the shore, when he saw hie mother lying on her face in the ahul iw water, and with his father and bro her ran to her assistance. They drew her from the water and tried for  eopla and I will endeavor to secur- .he pussage of laws that, will compel .hem to do so. I believe that the peo- :jlc ol this state should be allowed to vote directly upon tho question of county option and other important juest ons. The foregoing are my principles and t will stand by them if I am elected. I am not a politician, but a common farmer, and C believe that plain common sense is better to follow than the advice of politicians whose lurpcscs are often st-l'ish, "and then some." 1 have lived in this county all ny Die except four years that 1 lived list across the line in Iowa County, and 1 am willing to have my record aa a carefully it.vi'bttgiited by the viiters. OI.K Wayne, Wis August It, I'JIO. J', O Kamona, Win. [Pol Mv.] Commissioner of Insurance On the Re] ubtican Ticket M. J. CLjpARY Of Blanchardville Member of sembly 1 (ir.iciuaie of 1 consiii 1 v Sch erahlt expjrienc nsurance. The Candida ind who i'. takii actional C'luirm; n of member of tiv Banks and Insti ast session nf th Is erriiru-ntly office ot Corirni met by virtue oi nformed en al! ng to the office. Is a firm belie oi Taft and iarty. Wisconsin As- 906-1910. Jniversity of Wis- )ol, with consld- in banking and e pf no faction, g no side in any Taxation and a. Committee on ance during the e Legislature. .jualified for the of Insur- being thoroughly (uestions pertain- 'CLin the princi- Republican ft If K K K If i Vote for 1 um at the Primary, Sept. 6 [Politic L! 4dv.J For Attorney General On the Repv blican Ticket Wisconsin's Greatest Land Sale.! A Wonderful Opportnmt} for Settlers and i Investors to Secure Rich Farm Land in Amencas's Greatest Dairy State for TO AN ACRE, EASY TERMS The enormous "Wisconsin land hold- .ngscfthe lumber interests are now on e and are rapidly passing into i the hi nds of settlers and far-sighted' investors. rich lands, comprising over acri's, have been thrown on the market by the American Immigration Company of Chippewa Falls, Wis at such JOVT prices and such easy terms that t'io whole country is aroused. The ;entei of activity is in the famous, Roun-1 Lake Country, in Sawyer j County, where acres, the very create of ROUND LAKH Wl SCONSTN FARMLANDS, is belnp cut up into farms The American Immigration Com- pany iwns the fee to all the lands they oiler sell. The prices run from "JC 50 to S20 per acre, Jependinj on the value of the stand ng timber, location, etc. The land is sold on tfn years' time. The 3'iil is rich and yields abundant crops On much of this land there is enough hardwood timber to pay for the fa -m. It is a country of abundant ratnf 111 and the purest of water. Thl i IE unquestonably_the greatest cheap land opportunity of the century. Wisconsin land values are advancing by letps and bounds. The ROUND LAKE WISCONSIN FARM LANDS are going last and the man vho gets in at tho ground floor price 3an make himuelf independent in Qve yisars. The time to act is NOW. Send (or free maps and Jesonj tive hoota. all necessity 111 formation, at once v the local represent- ative of the cdnipnny and get yoi r piut> of the lanfl. R. E. OIEHART, Argyte, Wte., Act. Levi H. Bancroft Of R chta id Center Speaker of n Awembly, 191o Judije Buncrol is a graduate of the University o Wisconsin Law Dqurrment. fon aer City Attor- ney of RicMand Center, District and C Dtinty Judge of Richla id and Assistant Attorney Genera He w.is one oi the ablest men in the Assembli :s of 1907 and 1909, .ind is a la' 'yer of high re- pute. He is a si pptorter of Pres- ident Taft and the Republican and has aiv ays been an ar- dent woike- for Republican suc- cess. He is emi icntly fitted for the position he s 'eks. Vote for liim at the Primary Sept 6 gj It wiD PAY you to come to the BIG WHITE FAIR arid SEE our display of Fall Clothing; Arriving- daily from tl e best makers. We are looking- for a much larger busi- ness than ever this fall ant have placed orders accordingly. We re Delusive agents for the famous Hart, Scha Fner Marx make of best tailored This make is acknowledged bv best diessers everywhere to be the in fit, style and work- manship to the highest priced city merchant tailors. The only r-al difference is the cost, which is just about Ii ilf. 1 2 31 s i v K We are still closing out men's and boys' Summer Suits (K) Suits reduced to SK..50 17.0U Suits reduced to 13.50 14.00 Suits reduced to 11.00 11.00 Suits reduced to 8.00 You will find big reduc tions here on men's and light and medium weight goods o' ev- ery description. "The Headlight" Martin for State Senator. Co the I am a candidate for the republican nomination for State Senator for the Seventeenth District and solicit -he support of the voters of the district in he preliminary campaign closing with he primary election on Tuesday, Sep- tember tith. I also wish to assure the voters of my continued loyalty to pro- resslve principles and tho men who represent them. 32w3 H. C. MAHTIN. Announcement. I hereby announce myself a candi- date for the office of Sheriff of Lafay- ette county, subject to the decision of he Democratic voters at the Pri- maries in September. Respectfully, Gus K. ROSF.IJP. To the Voters of Lafayette County. I will be a candidate at the Septem- ber pruranea for the offices of Sheriff >n the lippnblioan ticket. Your sup- port Is respectfully solicited. E. G. NAM., Lamont, Wia. II. P. D. 4 ASSEMBLYMAN La Follette Candidate. William T, Ryan announces himself i candidate for the legislature, pledg- ng, if accepted by tbe voters, for the advancement of progressive legisla- tion. Announcement. I am a candidate for County Treas- urer on the Republican ticket at tbe primaries to be held September tith. I respectfully solicit your support. FRED J. HILLEEY, Shullsburg, Wisconsin. Announcement. I am a candidate for the office ol County Treasurer on the Republican ticket and respectfully solicit your support at the September primaries. MICHAEL MICHAKLSON. Announcement. T hereby announce myself a candi- date for the office of Sheriff of Lufay- ette County, subject to the decision of the Republican voters at the Primaries In September. Respectfully, JOS. COCLTIIAUU Announcement I hereby announce myself as a can- didate for sheriff of Lafayette County on the Democratic ticket, subject to the decision of voters at the coming primaries. Very respectfully, PHIL RICHARDS, Belmont, DURING Lunch Hour y m can hoar tho men talking alx nt the job thej an> on. And you'll not hi ar a word of fault finding if thi> lumber for it ijc-nei from our yards. They know, and ynu should too, that our lumber workt sip better and quicker than tl e ordinary grades. Do you see a saving in tha ki'id nt a proposition? I10GAN LUMBER CO. The Man Who Shaves Himself PRICE will wefcime tha You can shave yourself In One-Fourth the Time rt talus with an ordinary Razor and you will tw aawd the annoyance HONING STROPPI SET COMPLETE With Seven Sharp, Norwegian Cutlery, Carefully Ground and Tempered, Steel Bladea, Packed In neat Leather Case. Emu Blades iNDERS' SAFETY R Nelson Hd MHOLttR tl.OO   

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