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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 26 September 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES 8HADOW8 OF COMING EVENTS. Sept. M-Oct. 4. Oklahoma Stat Fair. 8pt. 29-Oct 1 Hors S'.iow at Stat Fair. 8it. 30. Swine Breodera Association at Btato Fair. Oct -ll Mi.skogee Fair. Oot. 16-18 Peanut Carnival, Duncan. Oct. 13 Sala of (chooi lands In Texas county. Oct. 16-18. Latimer County Fair. Wil bur-ton. Oct. 16 Presidential election. Mexico. Oct. 26-Nov. J Dry Farming Congress, Tulsa. Oct. 30. Sen. LaFollette speaks at Ho- bart. Nor. JO Joint Shrine ceremonial. Tulsa Jan. 6. Hale of Choctaw and Chicka saw lands at Mabel. Jan. 8. Hale of Choctaw and Chickasaw Unas at Hugo, Jan. 12. Sale of Choctaw and Chick- uw tana at l'oteau. a Jan. 15. Sale of Choctaw and Chick asaw lands lit Wilbur-ton. Jan. 17.-Sale of Choctaw and Chicka saw lands at McAlenter. Jaa. 26-31 State Poultry Show. Enid. County Fairs. Si-Pt. 25-27 Ttogera County Fair. Clare more Sept. 25-27 North Lincoln County Fair. Agra. Oct. 1-4 Jackson County Fair. Blair. Oct. 14-1...

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. — 26 September 1913

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL, KANSAS. Uric Acid Is Slow Poison Excess uric acid left in the blood by weak kidneys, causes mora disease than any other poison. Among its effects are backache, head ache, dizziness, irritability, nervousness, drowsiness, "blues," rheumatic attacks and urinary disorders. Later effects are dropsy, gravel or heart disease. If you would avoid uric acid troubles, keep your kidneys healthy. To stimu late and strengthen weak kidneys, use Doan's Kidney Pills the best recom mended special kidney remedy. A Missouri Case lira J.P Pembeftofl. T7I B. LaftTMM "i Human. Mo., mil 'Mr whole boar w ROllw with drops?, hut terrible bark uhM ud baadacbet. Tbe kidney secre tions were In aw ful ehape. I save up hop ana was ready to die. Doan's Kidney Pills came to my aid Just In time and I improved rapidly until X waa well. Today I am In batter health than aver before." Get Deaa's at Any Store, B0 a Bel DOAN'S V."i!SV FOSTER-MILBURN CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. Constipation Vanishes Forever P...

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. — 26 September 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. Use the LEE BROOM For Sweeping Satisfaction and Lasting Qualities Order a DAISY LEE FOR SALE BY Central Grocery PH,?,NE The Liberal Democrat Published by COOK fc MORGAN, Editors and Proprietors Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Entered as wwond-cla.su matter January 0. 101 1. at the pout ottlce it Literal, Kansas nder the Act of March :i. IM79. They Should Show Colors The Hutchinson News of Mon day has tried to show that an "in siduous lobby" existed in Wash ington because President Wilson insisted that the house members stay in Washington until the sen ate votes on the currency and tariff bill had been taken. Why should he not insist? Those men pledged themselves to do their duty at Washington and they are expected to at least see that the measures that the people who sent them there for are introduced and defended until the 'final vote is taken on them whether the out look for measures i...

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. — 26 September 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. u are invited to the bakery any time to see us bake our bread, pies, cakes, etc., any time whether you buy or not and you will find everything to be found in a first class Bakery. Our bread is made with an electric dough mixer and wrapped iu parafene paper Our pies and cakes are made by Mrs. Marra and just like the ones your mother used to make. We make deliveries on the north and South streets from 9 to 12 a. m. and On the east and west streets from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. We cater to private luncheons and picnic parties. Phone orders re ceive special at tention. PHONE 229 Our Ice Cream cart makes the residence parts of the city from 5:30 to 8:00 p. m. Watch for it. LYNN'S BAKERY Successor to A. P. Eddlngton Seed Wheat for Kansas Farmers A big movement has been start ed in Topeka to secure voluntary subscriptions from bankers, mer chants, farmers, clerks, mechanics and everybody, for the purpose of raising a fund to loan to the farmers in nine Western Kans...

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. — 26 September 1913

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL. KANSAS. WMTTHi WORlDBt DOWB HERE, THERE KB EVERYWHERE Interesting I term Gathered From All Parts of the World , Condensed Into Small Spar.e for the Ben- ' elit of Our Readers. Washington. 'ihe adminiatraiion Currency Bill was passed by the House by a voto of 2X6 to 84, practically unamended, in Its essential provisions. The final vote brought a number or Republicans to the support of the administration measure. Twenty-four Republicans voted for the bill and three Democrats voted against it. President Wilson has nominated former Governor J. VV. Folk of Mis souri to be solicitor for the State L)e partmen t. Representative Allen of Ohio has in troduced a bill (iTovlding for the com jiulsory retirement from service of all wooden railroad coaches in five years. 20 per cent to be retired each year. Domestic Items. Two robbers with drawn revolvers entered a jewelry store at Grand Hup Ids, Mich., commanding the clerks to throw up their bands anil when they refused, op...

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. — 26 September 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. 4. i GREAT CARE MUST BE HANDLING ANTI Or. Schoenleber, Stae Veterinarian, Cautions Farmers Against the Use of the Preventive Under Insanitary Conditions Every Drop of the Serum Carefully Tested Before Being Sent Out by the State Agricultural College. IB KANSAS farmer are to have the highest success possible with antl-hog-cholera serum they must observe care la its use. This is evi dent from complaints which have come to the Kansas Agricultural Col lege recently in which serum is blamed for losses in herds Vaccinated with the simultaneous method. In vestigations of these apparent failures, by the college, lads to the conclusion that it is not safe to vaccinate weak animals, pregnant sows, or any hogs kept in insanitary pens. "It Is unsafe to vaccinate hogs un less the pens in which they are kept are in a reasonably sanitary condi tion," said Dr. F. S. Schoenleber, state veterinarian, in announcing the re sults of a number of Investigations. "The wound 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. — 26 September 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS, Thousand Pound Week SUNSHINE SUGAR BEAUTIES For One Week Beginning FRIDAY SEPTEMBER TWENTY SIXTH We will have a special sale on SUNSHINE SUGAR BEAUTIES, a twenty-five cent cake for fifteen cents a pound. Don't fail to visit us during this sale. One Thousand Pounds of these delicious cakes displayed at one time. We have a complete line of the celebrated Sunshine products. Also a splendid line of Groceries and Queensware. Get our special ly low prices on Sugar, Flour, Potatoes and Canned Goods. SUNSHINE SALE RUNS one week, beginning FRIDA Y, THE TWENTY-SIXTH at THE STAR GROCERY COMPANY A Sunshine Will Make Your Faceshine Blue Bell and Valley Center Quite a little wheat is being put in in this neighborhood, the ground being in fine shape. John Long is sowing on Jack Land's place. Several from this neighborhood attended the fair last week and all report it n'rst class. Mrs. Albert Perry and friend, Miss Reed, was in Blue Bell neighborhood Friday. - , Jack ...

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. — 3 October 1913

Ex Seventh Year, Number 19 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913 $1.50 Per Year Historical Sociitj tl YOUR'E MORE APT TO GET IT AT rHATS whs tveare the BIGGEST and BEST and whg this store has PRESTIGE Growth that is attributable to public demand for the best always carries pres tige. We attribute our phenomenal growth entirely to the merits of. Honest Business Methods and the Character of Our Merchandise The public, has to admit that there is something "different" about our methods and merchandise which places and keeps us ahead. .it i - ' Sterling Clothes, Stetson Hats, Edwin Clapp Shoes, American Gentlemen Shoes, W. L. Douglas Shoes. 35 YEARS SUCCESSFUL MERCHANDISING g frJlattU 'uiunert History Repeats Itself Not since range days have the people seen such a bunch of cattle as the three and four year old steers which were guarded here Wednesday night. The stock yards were full and a good many of bawling, lowing herd were quartered outside. During the niglita lot o...

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. — 3 October 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. WHATTHEWORLDISDOlKel HERE, THERE AM) EVERYWHERE Interesting Items Gathered From Alt Parts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben. eht of Our Readers. Washington. A subcommittee ot the house inter state commerce committee lias an nounced a series of hearings on a contemplated measure, grunting the interstate Commerce Commission power to regulate the operation of in terstate trains, limit their speed, fcpecify proper safely devices and re quire use of steel curs. f l'resident Wilson takes the position that the policy of moral suasion adopted by the Tinted States toward Mexico had accomplished its two car dinal purposes to obtain assurances that J here would be a constitutional election, and that Provisional Presi dent liuerta would not be a candidate to succeed himself. President Wilson has nominated W. 11. L. Peppered of Concordia, Kan., to be collector of internal revenue lor the district of Kansas. Puppeiell hus Ioiik been active ill Demo...

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. — 3 October 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. OUOIA II NEWS ASSETS OF DEFUNCT MUSKOGEE . INSTITUTION AMPLE FOR GUARANTEE FUND. STATE WILL NOT BE THE LOSSER -v .American National of Muskogee Ar ranges to Take Over the Depot its and Wind Up the Affairs of Union State Bank A deal has been completed in which the American National bank of Muskogee will take over the deposits of the Union Stale bank which was closed by the state banking depart ment recently. W. R. Samuels, state bank examiner for the east side, stated that the stockholders of the defunct bank would probably lose their Invest- ment but that the deposits for which the guaranty fund was responsible would be paid if the assets were prop erly handled under the agreed ar rangement. Unsecured deposits for which the banking board , was responsible amounted tQ approximately $100,000. These deposits will be taken over by the American National bank of Mus kogee. The American National purchased notes amounting to $80,000 and re ceived $20,000 in ca...

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. — 3 October 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. f 1 Use the LEE BROOM For Sweeping Satisfaction and Lasting Qualities i Order a DAISY L E E FOR SALE BY r. t rt phone .v. The Liberal Democrat Published by GRACE MORGAN, Editor Proprietor and Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Entered u lecond-cliiis matter January 6, 1911, at the pout office at Liberal, Kansas niler the Act of March 3. 1H79. Among the Railroad Boys The cat is out of the bag, rather Cbas. Eourt, Rock Island engineer of the Liberal-Dalhart division is. He has been wearing a Bingen on the Rhine smile several days and has told the railroad boys that the cause of it was that he was to take a thirty-day lay-off. And that was enough to make any man feel good but the friends thought there was more than that behind that smile so they began Sherlock Holmes on the job and this is their finding. About two years ago he met Mrs. Jennie Stamper at Dalhart. They were real good friends fro...

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. — 3 October 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERA!,, KANSAS. REPORT ON TARIFF f Democratic Conferees Submit Agreement io Minority Members. REPUBLICANS REFUSE TO SIGN It Is Formally Adopted by Vote of Eight to Six Pig Iron, Cattle, Wheat and School Books to Free List In. come Tax Is Amended. The conference report of the Under- Komi-Simmons tariff bill representing the final adjustment of disputes be- tween the senate and house over the former's amendments was made pub- lie when the Democratic managers ubmitted it for the first time to their Republican colleagues on the confer- ence committee. In the form in which the tariff bin ultimately will go to President wu- eon lor his signature, it carries many changes from the original Underwood bill passed Dy me uouse max. may. While the senate gave way on many of Its amendments, In the two weeks fiL'ht In the conference committee, ninny Important changes were re tained and the general averages of rates of the house bill were reduced about 1 per cent ad valorem. The rep...

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. — 3 October 1913

PREMIUMS AWARDED AT THE REGENT FAIR I 'err heron over: First, W. R. Reynolds; 2nd, C. P. Rezeau; 3rd, Light Bros. Registered Stallion 2 years and over: First, C. F. Rezeau. Grade Percheron stallion over lour: first, i. r. weicn; zua, w. w Kent; 3rd, Chester Bluck, i j i ii i ..... r Stallion under (our; First, John L. no log. Morse colt under 1: First, E. -E Mare, 4 and over: First, E. E. wentz; znn, a. u. Morrell. .Mare colt under 1: First, A. G. Aiorreu. f.aittr Tanm KMrat I? 11 Ivpllv .......... n . m . . -. . , m, . . . . . - Mare 4 and over: First, and 2nd, i;nester macx. Mara loam' EMrat fl.aator mn.-lr Mare 3 and over: First, Chester Gelding under 4: First, C. D. Gas- away; 2iui, m. u. Keny. Carriage Horses Mare 1 and under 3: First, W. H. Hull. Team: First, A. C. DeHart. Koudsters Mare 4 and over: First, J. T. Sparks, Colt under 1: First, J. S. Staker; 2nd, J. T. Sparks. Team: First, J. T. Sparks. JaikH BeBt Jack: First, Chester Black. Mules over 4: First, E. E. Bent.. Best ...

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. — 3 October 1913

are invited to the bakery any time to see us bake our bread, pies, cakes, etc., any time whether you buy or not and you will find everything to be found ina first class Bakery. Our bread is made with an electric dough mixer and wrapped iu parafeue paper Our pies and cakes are made by Mrs. Marrs and just like the ones youw mother used to make. We make deliveries on the north and South stretts from 9 to 12 a. m. and On the east and west streets from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. We cater to private luncheons and picnic parties. Phone, orders re ceive special at tention. PHONE 229 Our Ice Cream cart makes the residence parts of the city from 5:30 to 8:00 p. m. Watch for it. BAKERY Successor to A. P. Eddlngton Mrs. E. J. Peacock and sod, of Girard. Kansas came in Thursday on No. 2 to visit Frank and family , Mr, A K. Carson, of Guymon, came up Thursday on 2 to make a short business trip. Mrs. Ann Keown entertained Mr. and Mrs T. J McDermont at dinner, Friday evening. Mrs McDermolt left the next da...

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. — 3 October 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. (Sroniund DiscDvae kst rs that will-o'-the-wisp of the physicist the gas coronlum. at last in the grip of the chemist, as was stated Id a cable dispatch from London the other day? Have Sir William Ramsay and his fellows actually found earthly sub stances from which this elusive and extraordinary light element can be produced? If so aviation, or more ac curately the range of the dirigible bal loon, will be enormously increased. Hut this is only one aspect of a very wide field of possible services and sig nificance. The discovery of coronlum is an other example of the astonishing reve lations which have come with the de velopment of the spectroscope and its union with photography. By means of this wonderful Instrument physi cists have been able to detect and render visible the unseen of millions of miles away. As Professor Menden ball expressed It a few years ago: "Ry this device man Is put Into com munication with every considerable body in the universe...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 3 October 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. GOV. ASKED THEY PERJURE SELVES SO TESTIFIES NEW YORK STATE OFFICIAL WHO GAVE TO THE CAMPAIGN FUND. DIZZY, HEADACHY, Biseeife Gently cleanse your liver and Better A until) You never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier biscuits than those J baked with Calumet , They're always good dthaous. For Calumet in jures - perfect baking. m RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS I WorU'. Pur Food EupoMtioo, Caicaaw 1 minais. Puis EksMitlaa. - Fmae Msrrh, M l J Matrimony is a bargain and some body gets the short end of evry bar gain. DRY SCALE COVERED HEAD 2760 Tamm Ave., St. Louis, Mo. "My little daughter's head began with a dry harsh scale covering It. First It got a white scale over the top and then it got a dirty brown scab with pus under it. Her hair came out in less than a week and her head Itched ind bled. She had no rest. I bad her wear a scarf all the time, it looked so badly. She was so sore and had such big brown scabs on her head that the teacher would not let her atten...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 3 October 1913

Route 2.. The fine rains of the past few weeks have put the ground in ex cellent condition for drilling wheat. There will be preaching at the Liberty School House Sunday af ternoon. Everyone is invited to attend, ' A large number of the route people were transacting business in Liberal Monday. C. A. Sealey is drilling wheat. Chas. Morrison has been put ting Wra, German's thresher in shape for fall work: J. E. Lancelot is hauling sand to Liberal. Wm. Arbuthnot has been hav ing trouble with his silo, having dug one pit and had the misfor tune of it caving in and has now another one nicely under construc tion. Mr. Congrove transacted busi ness in Liberal Friday. Several of the route people at tended the Sunday School conven tion at the Golden Plains school bouse Sunday. Pastures are in much better con dition since the rain. Pleasant Valley Beautiful autumn weather at this writing. Sowing wheat seems to be the order of the day. Mr. Corrigan is busy putting in wheat on his valley farm. M...

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. — 10 October 1913

Historical Society Ex Tie liberal Democrat Seventh Year, Number 20 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1913 $1.50 Per Year VACCINATE I Frank Summers, Cashier Citizens State Bank quality mmm& THE HOGS 'ma m i wimim m mm m mi ' w m 1 1 ' M rw - i ' i w ; m m mm,,, YOUR'E MORE APT TO GET IT AT SUMMERS' rHA TS whv we are the BIGGEST and BEST and why this store has PRESTIGE Growth that is attributable to public demand for the best always carries pres tige. We attribute our phenomenal growth entirely to the merits of. Honest 1 Business Methods and the Character of Our Merchandise The public has to admit that there is something "different" about our methods and merchandise which places and keeps us ahead. Sterling Clothes, Stetson Hats, Edwin Clapp Shoes, American Gentlemen Shoes, W. L. Douglas Shoes. Our, Millinery Department has just receiv ed another big shipment of hats. This department is certainly a busy one. 35 YEARS SUCCESSFUL MERCHANDISING w , '-mm, wrmmmmmrm- ...

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. — 10 October 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS, HOW TARIFF CHANGES Washington. Following are the cbangei made by the new tariff bill In the rates charged for Imports' of household necessities: Present law. New law. Sugar 43.5 per cent. Free after March 1, 1914. Tea Free. Free. Coffee Free. Free. Salt 1 pound 7 cents. Free. Bread 25 per cent. 25 per cent. Milk Gallon, 2 cents. Free. Cream 6 centa. Free. Eggs Dozen, 6 cents. Free. Butter Pound, ( cents. 2'2 cents. Oatmeal Pound, 1 cent. 1-3 cent Flour Barrel, 46 centa. Free. Cheese Pound, 6 cents. 2'2 cents. Meat 10 per cent. Free. Wool yarns 79.70 per cent 18.90 per cent. Wool blankets 72.90 per cent. 30.90 per cent. Wool underwear 93.90 per cent. 35.70 per cent Wool clothing 79 per cent. 35 percent. Wool dress goods for women and children. 99.7 per cent 35 percent. Cotton clothing 60 per cent. 30 per cent Cotton table damask.. 40 per cent. 25 per cent Cotton collars and cuffs 64 per cent. 30 percent. Cotton stocking 75 per cent 40 per cent. Cotton u...

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. — 10 October 1913

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. "BIG DITCH" NOW ALMOST COMPLETE Removal of Gamboa Dike Means End of Work Is Near.' WATERS OF OCEANS MEET First, Stepi Are Taken Toward De struction of Big Embankment Which Hold Gatun Lake Out of Culebra Cut. Colon, Panama, Oct. 1. The climax ef nine years of untiring work on the part of the men who have been build ing the Panama canal came today 'when the waters of Gatun lake were permitted to run for the first time into the Culebra cut. This simple operation marked the virtual comple tion of the great lsthmjan waterway. The water was permitted to flow Into the cut today through four 26 lnch pipes extending through the Camboa dike, which has held the waters of the lake back from the cut. This was done In order that there may be enough water In the cut to prevent any damage when the dike is finally removed. The final destruction of the big dike is scheduled for October 10, when charges of dynamite placed In holes already drilled In the dike will be ex p...

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