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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 January 1911

mm 1 .. I Lw3 ' "Successor to The Liberal Independent" '7 a ; ...:-s Vol. 4. No. 36 Seward County, Kansas, Friday, January 6, 1911 $1.50 Per Year u w g , A STEP AHEAD Stevens County to Bore for Artesian Water. The commissioners of Stevens county met the first of the week at Hugoton and in response to a number of petitions decided to bore for artesian water. The well will be located on the north west corner of the townsite of Hugoton. The contract for drilling has not yet been let, but will be awarded as soon as bids can be submitted. The amount to be spent on the project has not yet been determin ed, but it is generally understood that they will make a thorough test of the artesian well proposition. An Improvement. The question of concrete walks across the Rock Island Tracks and south along Kansas Avenue is be ing agitated. There are a goodly number of business establishments south of the tracks and it is a won der that the question of connecting this with the main portion of town h...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 January 1911

The Liberal Democrat (Successor to The Independent) CARL 0. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Sward County, Kans. Admitted to the malls tt Liber!, Kansas, as second diss matter. May 17, 1907. "There's so much good In the worst of us, and there's so much bad in the best of us, that It doesn't behoove any of us to speak 111 of the rest of us.' Champ Clark. If as speaker of the house of representatives Champ Clark of Missouri gives the right of way to progressive legislation, which has been strangled to death by the Republicans, he will, in the opin ion of many politicians, make a presidential possibility out of him self. It is being talked over in the cloak rooms, and all agree that Clark's chances are not so bad if he makes good as speaker. It is argued for the next speaker that he is unsophisticated so far as any deals with the special interests are concerned. It is said he would be an excellent compromise candidate as he has the friendship and co...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 January 1911

. Reyiiolds-Appuhn. Tuesday evening at half past seven marked a happy event in social circles of the town, when Mr. Irwin Reynolds was united in mar riage to Miss S.isie Appuhn. Mr. Reynolds holds a lucrative position in the passenger depot of the Rock Island unrl Miss Annuhn has been a popolar member of the able force with the Citizen! State Bank. A number of friends were present at the home of the groom early in the evening, the parties officiating arriving later, in automobiles. The ceremony, was the elaborate "ring ceremony" &nd was impress ivly carried through by Rev. Kel logg of the Presbyterian church. The bride was very beautifully gowned in pale blue silk, and car ried an exquisite bunch of beauti ful white roses, the ladies present were supplied with them also through the kindness of the groom. The couple received many fine presents and heart felt wishes for , a happy future. In a few weeks they intend to make a short wed ding triu, remaining away a month or. more. The...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 January 1911

Rural Route No. 4. We had quite a nice Christmas out here, the tree at Blue Bell was real nice, the program was short, but the children did fine, Mrs. Davis, Neff, Wright and Mrs. Sleiger and several other neighbors made a success of it. The New Year as well as Christ mas passed without any snow or rain a cold wind was all we got. ,J. O. Ponting isj hauling Jip, he is getting ready for the long look ed for, well driller. Neff Bros, are now doing all binds of grinding for the neigh bors from chops to corn meal. Henry Ponting had just finished his cow shed before the blizzard of last Sunday and Monday. A terrible praire fire raged last Saturday between Beatrice, Okla , and the Kansas line we haven't heard of any damage being done. Neff Bros, are working the ' mail route, the aim to put in some good work on it. - We want your trade, give us a chadce aud see what bargains we can give you. Harris Dry Goods Co. Report of Bluebell School. District U, 3rd month. School closed for the holida...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 January 1911

Chapped and Almarosa Cream & C1 "'An ideal emollient for the Skin. Call at HUBBARD'S DRUG STORE For a Sample Bottle This is the most trying season of the year to anyone with a delicate skin. sore hands and faces are greatly benefited by the use of New Year's Eve. At the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cavanaugh the XX fiye hundred club was delightfully entertained last Saturday night. It being New Year's Eve the rooms were decorated with bells and greenry. In the front parlor a Christmas tree was daintily dec orated and brilliantly illuminated, and upon this tree the " players found their cards signifying the table and couple. Attached to these were tiny toy watches with which the hostess informed her guests were to watch the ''old year out" and the "new year1' in. As progressions were made the progressor was given a tiny bell with red ribbon and these were attached to t,he watch chain. The lunch was extremely dainty and appetizing, The hostess was as sisted by Mrs. M. F. C...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 January 1911

The Wrong Way. The Kansas City Star is guilty of a peculiar mistake. It discusses railroad rates and values and says that if Kansas had a public utili ties bill it would be enabled tn ascertian " physical valuation and other important items concerning the railroads. And yet the Star knows, or ought to know, that the utility bill favored by Gov. Stubbs two years ago expressly and absolutely excepted the railroads from its operation. The reason for this exception was that the present railroad law pro vides for physical valuation and all the other things desired by. the advocates of the utility bill. . It would be fair to Kaneas to say that her present railroad law is as good as any state in the union and not be referring to the law as if it were weak and insuffi The Star with its great circula tion can keep on giving this wrong impression, when it should not do so, until the people think the utility bill concerned the rai roads. It did not. Not a line in the bill referred to railroads...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 January 1911

Additional Locals Farm loans S. W. Smith. The rural carriers had a holiday Monday. - Kemper Funk visited in Meade New Year's Day. Geo. Quinlan made a business trip to Wichita last week. Wilburt Whims returned from his eastern buy ing trip the first of the weeks Miss Kittie Chandler who has been quite ill with typhoid fever is now convalescent. The new Year almost put ye old time thermometer out of com mission in Liberal. Mrs. F. E. McDowell and chil dren left Monday for their new home in Dalhart, Texas. All who use the telephone were glad to get the new telephone directory which was issued this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith en tertained Mr. C. R. Commons and C. G. Eddy, at, dinner on New Years day. J. M. Rolens of Hutchinson was visiting his mother at the home of Mr. W. P. McClure, the first of the week. And the Good Fellows here could'nt find a place to soend all .then money. Did you ever hear of anything like it before) The windy weather of last week made more than one business m...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 January 1911

County School News. Come, let us lle for our children. Work for work's sake sine, paint or ctrve. The tblnjr thou lovent best though thy body starve Who works for irlory misses oft' the goal. Who works for money coins his very soul. Work for the work's sake then, andltimay be That these things shall be added unto thee. We received Invitations from Sup erintendents Ely of Shawnee county and Lee Harrison of Sumner county to be present at a superintendent's meeting in Topeka to confer with the the legislative committee relative to a number of very Important post poned measures. "It Is absolutely necessary that the superintendents of the state get together and unite upon the most important bills, and then push them if we desire them to pass, or tf we expect any favorable legisla tion along our line whatever.' Alas, owing to long distance from Topeka, Christmas rush and shortage of funds we were compelled to remain at home, and it grieved us sore because it is the first time we were ever...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 January 1911

V) 11 TT OT T "Successor to The Liberal Independent" Vol. 4. No. 37 Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, January 13, 1911 $1.50 Per Year ' 'CSS ' J? NEW COUNTY OFFICERS. Those Victorious in The Last Election Claim The Spoils of Pol itics. Last Monday most of the county officials, elected or re-elected on November 8, took the oath of of fice. E. S. Irwin, a well known Democrat wa9. re-elected as clerk of the district court and started a second term . C. W. Finley, who is also on the right side of the fence politically, will continue to fill the office of register of deeds. Mrs. Todd, who was re-elected on the Democratic ticket, will not begin her second term until May. L. A. Etzold turned over the reins of the county clerk's office to E. D. Cooper, and will devote his attention to his abstracting business. Mr. Cooper, who is a native Kansan, has lived in Lib eral about 4 years and has acted as deputy county clerk for, the past two years. He is a young man, well fitted for the poss...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 January 1911

The Liberal Democrat n.f (Successor to The Independent) CARL C. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans Application mde at the I'ostolllce at Lllwral Kansas for admittance as second class mattar. "There's so much good In the worst of us, and there's so much bad in the best of us. that it doesn't behoove any of us to speak ill of the rest of us. RELIEF NOT AT HAND REPUBLICAN PARTY PLANS NO TARIFF REDUCTIONS. President Taft'e Message, In That Re- peot, Disappointing In the Ex tremeDelay of at Least a i Year la Proposed. ; In considering severally during the jpaat year the claims of different countries to be entitled to the benefits of the minimum tariff, the case oi Canada gave President Taft particu lar difficulty and was disposed of last of all. ' After it had fortunately been de cided that the penal maximum tariff ohedulea should not be imposed on Imports from that country, negotia tions contemplating a formal reel' proclty treaty b...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 January 1911

Hayne Items. f We are having considerable wind now: if we could only get some moisture. Mrs. E. W. rennington is on the sick list at the present. The Sunday School elected of (icers Sunday as follows: Supt Mrs. Aujjerot, Ass't. S. E. Dodd Secv. Am.v McClure, Treas. Fred Grimsley, Organist Mrs. Lower Ass't Mrs. Harding, Chorister Fred Grimsley. Miss Mattie Pennington and Mr, Guy Lower were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. E. W. Pennington, Wed nesday evening January 4. We wish them a long and happy life W, B. Miller and family spent Saturday in Liberal. Miss La Verne Childears return ed to her studies in Liberal Sun day evening after spending yaca tion with her mother, Mrs. Auge rot. v Isaac White and family took slipper with A. B. Fuelmer and wife Friday evening and attended literary. Will Harding and wife were in Liberal Monday. The little Condit children enrol led in school here last week. James uaivert ana family and Sam Dodd and family spent Sun day with M...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 January 1911

Drive'Xway the "Blues." I'nY not trying to censure, un ! deirstand, but it is absolutely use less to have the "blues." The grouch never alleviates dis tress nor mitigates sorrow or af tictions, never adds one cent to your purse nor does it create for your happiness or prosperity. The blue funk is a wandering of the mind over nothing, a vision ary meandering with a fruitless reward, a depraving fallacy that that has no existence in Gods realm of thought, word or deed' . When you eliminate love and its attributes from your thoughts and allow the weeds of carnality to destroy your better nature you follow the will of the wisp through the slough of despondency and despair. God said "Let there be light," and it was so. "Seek and ye shall find. Knock and it (His Spirit) shall be opened unto you." If you could only realize that you do not belong to him, but are a part of him, and joint heir with Christ, that Jesus is our elder hrnt.hpr and not. ftlnnfl. as thev. our redeemer, life would be...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 January 1911

THE COUGH WE CURE THE COLD- This is our guarantee or we refund your money. We have a preparation which we think is the best ever offered for the relief of coughs and colds. The drugs employed in the compounding of this preparation are of superior quality and contain nothing of harmful -1 i. If I 1 J I 1 I I. iL.i I . J-l-. lLi . 1 J . 1 e .. 11 .11. - iiiaiaucr. n yuu uavc a cuiu or uau tuugii we astt mat you uo not aeiay dui come loaay ana gei a dox or our preparauon com ia Diets. , HUBBARD'S DRUG STORE ' "1 I ' ' i ' ,-, ,. , Mimimimmmmmmmmmmam Additional Locals . Him was a business caller in town Wednesday. G. M. Harris of Oklahoma is here visiting his brother. Miss Finjey of Gage, Okla. is visiting Mrs. F. G. Jones. Cary Wright returned Kansas City .Wednesday'.. from R. T. Lyons returned last week from a month's trip in Oklahoma. J. S. Cude returned to his home in Missouri the first of thex week. J. F. Funk went to Hutchinson and Kansas City on business Wed nesday Attorney W. E....

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 January 1911

Claims Protested Attorney W. S. Gilchrist of Denver has been conducting a number of protest cases here this week before E. S. Irwin, Clerk of the District Court against John Palmer, Rachael Bixler, Frank Gadberry, Emma Gadberry and T. J. Cavinee. The general charge has been failure to estab lish and maintain residence and failure to cultivate. He also has taken depositions in U. S. v s Thomas Platnz snd U. S. vs Phil lip Neathery in connection with their tree claims. He goes to Hu goton on a similar mission the last of this week. Obituary. Drusilla Davis was born July 6, 1872 at Leavenworth, Kansas' She was married to Wm. Thomas Petty Oct. 20, 1889 in Aurora Mo. Ten children were born to tbem, four of which preceded the mother. Oct. 3, 1909 the family came from Galena, Kans. to Liberal hoping the change would beneBt Mr. Pot ty's health. The wife and mother was doing her best to support the family. A few days ago she was taken with pneumonia fever which caused her death. She passed a...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 January 1911

THE MAYOR IS ACTIVE He Indulges in A Little Game ' of Human Football. - Last Friday evening C. E. Stin son, a painter, was being taken to the city bastile by Marshall Youst because he was drunk. On tlw east side of Kansas Avenue be tween Second and Third streets, Stinson had stopped to light his pipe, when Mayor Miller came up and took' the prisoner by the shoul ders and yanked him away from the telephone post,, took charge of him, and started to take him to jail. " After proceeding a few steps the man either fell down or was knocked down. The Mayor then proceeded to pass the bottom of his number 13's over Stinson's face. After be grew tired of this gentle pastime. Miller assisted the man to the jail, where it was necessary to call a doctor to care for him. The respectable citizens of the town were quite indignant, when the news of the cowardly act was told about town, and there was some talk of publicly chastizing Mr. Miller, but nothing was done. OwiDg to the fact that the city el...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 January 1911

Additional Local Chas. Summers was in Guymon on business, Monday. t Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kyes of Lorena a girl. T. S. Pletcher of Ochiltree, Texas was in town Saturday. Clifford Petitt went to Hutchin son on business last Monday. There is considerable activity in the town lot business just now. Born Saturday Jan. 7, 1911 to Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rich a boy. Attorney Scates of Dodare City was in town on business last Mon day. The annual meetinar of the stock holders of the Citizens State Bank was held last Saturday evening. Eugene Perkins returned last Friday from a week's visit to Kan sas City, Chicago and other east ern points. Andy Bell, one of the popular clerks with the Summers Dry Goods Store has been on the sick list for the past two weeks. Mrs. Flossie Harrison returned last Friday from Kansas City where she has been for a couple of months visiting with her mother. Judge Thompson attended the meeting of district judges of the state at Topeka, Monday, and later, the meet...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 20 January 1911

r ' J T : 1 0 "Successor to The Liberal Independent" 'i Vol. 4. No. 38 Liberal, Seward County! Kansas, Friday, January 20, 1911 $1.50 Per Year 'Mil Endeavor Secretary Here. The Field Secretary of the Kan sas Christian Endeavor Union, W. I. Jones of Emporia, addressed the Christian Endeavor Societies of Liberal at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening. Following the address which was upon the funda mentals of Christian Endeavor be conducted a wo kers'. conference upon the methods and problems of society work. Mr. Jones is the first Field Sec retary for Kansas and began' his work last September onlyj and so this is the first time that a Kansas Field worker has ever visited Lib eral. Since he began his work Mr. Jones has been calling upon the societies in the westein part of the state holding at each place such a meeting as he held here, organizing district unions in con ventions; tour such conventions were held in the Northwest in No vember and two more will be held in the Southwest ...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 20 January 1911

The Liberal Democrat (Successor to The Independent) CARL 0. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Application made at the 1'ontolflce at Lilieral. Kansas for admittance assecond class matter. "There's so much good in the worst of us, and there's so much bad in the best of us, that it doesn't behoove any of us to speak 111 of the rest of us.' A Joke On The Regulars". Senator George II. Hodges yes terday introduced a joint resolu tion in the Kansas senate for the submission of a constitutional a mendment providing for the ini titive and referendum. The plat forms of both parties declared for the inititive and referendum and Mr. Hodges is to be congratulated upon getting his party into the game so early. It makes mighty little difference to Kansas whether its progressive measures are intro duced by Democrats or Republi cans. The important thing is that the measures demanded by the peo ple be enacted. It is encouraging to note, also, ...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 20 January 1911

, After High Honors. There is a possibility'-that the University; "'of - Kansas will have three reprcsenatiyes on the Ameri can team which takes part in the Olympic games, to be held in - Stockholm from the middle of June to the middle of October, 1911, Robert Roberts , who has a record of 9 4-5 seconds in the 100- yard dash, Charles Woodbury, who holds the University ' "records of 25 3-5 seconds and 11. feet 6 inches in the low hurdles and the pole vault, and Will French, who has a record ot 6 feet t inches in the high jump, are the men who will probably go into the tryouts on Franklin Field, Philadelphia in April. . Roberts has several times uno fficially made the hundred yards in 9 3-5 seconds, the world's amateur record. There are few hurdlers better than Woodbury, in amateur circles. French has several times made 6 feet 2 inches in private, which is about as good as any of the, American amateurs are now doing. Five men will be chosen to compete in each event- This will give the...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 20 January 1911

'$ifvJWtfti. Conference : Program To be held at Ljberal, Kansas. Januafy 24, '25, 26", 191 rat Mf . church. ' . ' '. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24. ' . ' i . , 2:00 p. m. Devotional.' -2:30 p. m. Pentecostal Service. Rev. J. H. mith, D. D. 4:00 p. p. Disciplinary Busincss.; 7:30 p. m. Song Service. ' 8:00 p. m. Sermon, Rev. J. II. Smith, D. L " WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 25 8:30 a. m. Prayer hour. 9:00 a. m. Business. . , 10:00 a. m. Workers' conference. Led by Rev. J. H. Smith, D. I). 11:00 a. m. Business. , 12:00 m. Noon recess. 1:30 p. on. Prayer service. 1:45 p. m. Business. 2:30 p. m. Pentecostal service. Led by Rev. J. H. Smith, D. D. 7:30 pv. m. Song service. 8:00 p. m. Sermon, Rev. J. H. Smith, I).' D. - i - TIIUllSDAY, JANUARY 2fi. 8:30 a. m.yPrayer hour. 9:00 a. m. Business. 10:00 a. m. Workers' conference. Led by Rev. J. H. Smith, D. D. 11.00 a. no. Business. 12:00 m. Noon recess. 1:40 p. m. Prayer. 1:45 p. m. Business. 2:30 p. m. Pentecostal service. .Rev. J. H. Smith, D. D. 4:00 p. m. Bu...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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