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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 28 April 1911

Additional Locals D. H. Harrison here. spent Sunday B. F. Ellis of Kansas City, was in town on business the first of the week. " " Mrs. Wm, Lampe went to her father's ranch last Friday to spend a week with her father. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stout of Arkalon, were here the first of the week as guests .of Mr. and Mrs. F.S. Macy. J. A. Black, Dr. A. L. Knisley, and G. A. Quintan are in Wichita taking the Consistory work in the Masonic lodge there. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lafferty and children of WinBeld, Kansas were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Yocum the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. h. C. Yocum en tertained a few friends informally Saturday evening for their guests Mr. and Mrs. Lafferty of Win field. . ' ' A large number of people have been to town since the opening of court here last week. Mrs. A. M. Routh of Hiattville Kansas, is visiting her daughter Mrs. D. D. Land. .It is rumored that Rep. Melvin Wheeler will soon leave for Hutch inson to travel as salesman for a paint company. . W....

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. — 28 April 1911

. Jpif1 Twit'; Copyright HirtSibarrner& You can't pay too much for clothes here; because whatever you pay j for, one of our Hart, Schaffner &larx Suits ... , i You'll get big value for the money in clothes. Suits $18 and up ! The Morrell Special a hew garment made ex-; clusively for this store for best value on the market.! Suits $8.50 to $17.50 j (fcr" - . i DROBA IN SvA And Lat'i Talk it Over ' ' Don't overlook the opportun ity of stepping into a reliable house where quick service, fair treatment and bed-rock prices are the invariable and proven, rule. We can help you no mat-j ter what your special require-! .merits in the Harness line 'may be, we are in the position! to serve you In a way that will make you congratulate yourself . . 1. - . ...... J- ,! I.. mat juu uiuppeu in. ' , " J. E. George, Pres. L. A. Etzold, Vice Pres. C. E. Woods, Cashier ; , . j First National Bank i Capital .... $25,000 ; Surplus and Profits $25,000 t .., : OOO0OOOOO0OOXXX0OOOO0O00O0OOO0OOOOOOO0...

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. — 5 May 1911

fie "Successor to The Liberal Independent" Vol. 5. No. 1 Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, May 5,1911 $1.50 Per Year f I. 'if . ..ir. II- j! WALDO PLACE BRINGS $87,500 Property Sold by Bell Peak to F. G. Jones of Liberal, Kan. V. "Waldo Place," a property of twenty-eight acres at Fifty-seventh and Oak streets, was sold yester day by Bell V. Peak of Lexington Mo., to F. G. Jones of Liberal, Kansas, representing bankers of that place. The sale price was $87,500. The land will be replat ted and sold in lots. "Waldo Place" lies within the boundry of fifty-seventh and fifty ninth streets, Oak street and the Country Club car line. It was known as "Waldo Place" years a go when it was platted into that place by John G. Logan. Upon his death the property was be: queathed to his sister, and later it came into the hands of Mr. Peak. The bankers intend to improve the plot and expect to spend about $15,000 in building sewers, laying out streets snd cutting grades, They will commence work a...

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. — 5 May 1911

The Liberal Democrat (Successor to The Independent) Th Seward County Publishing Company CARL 0. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Entered as second-class matter January 6, 1911, at the post ofllce at Liberal, Kansas, under the Act of March 3, 1971). "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. This number of the Democrat marks the start of the fifth year of its publication. The commn ity has prospered and grown, and in keeping with its growth, has been the growth of the paper, until it now stands first in size, circulation, and we trust, in aual ity of its columns of news. We start this fifth year with the larg est subscription list the paper has ever had, and this seems to be good evidence of the appreciation of its reader. Both in the local field and the out of town lists, we have many friends, as well as en emies. The e...

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. — 5 May 1911

- Liberal School News The following composition was written by Kuth Black: "THE FLY" "The fly is an insect haying six legs, a head, wings; thorax and abdomen. There are many kinds of flies, the most important type is the common house fly, because he is the most destructive to life and health. A fly's wings are transparent, and his eyes are compound or made up of many small eyes. His legs are covered with hairs.- The hairs on his feet form two small discs causing an air suction that enables him to walk on the ceiling with his back downward. , His proboscis or nose is hollow, he uses it to suck food with and also to stick into flesh in order to get blood. If he wants to eat a hard substance, there is an acid that flows from the proboscis that softens it so he can take it through this small tube. This proboscis is rolled up close to his head when not in use. The fly is developed through its larvae and pupa stages, being hatched from the egg into what is known as the larva and then deve...

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. — 5 May 1911

TAKE MEDICINE SERIOUSLY? Yes, take medicine seriously. Don't forget the important 'fact tha,t when you are sick your body needs helu and you should have the medicine that will afford you that particular help. No one can tell you better than your doctor. He is the man to see. He is the one who will tell you exactly what you need. When you take medicine according to your Doctors, directions, you get results. Results depend upon pure drugs of high quality and strength, compounded in a scientific manner. That is what you get when you trade at our store. That is our business. We follow your doctors orders. We use only pure strength drugs. HUBBARD'S DRUG STORE, "WHERE THE BEST IS SERVED" To Move Up Town An ordinance was presented to the city council Tuesday evening by the Western Union Telegraph Co. The ordinance if passed, will give the Telegraph Co the right to set their poles and string their wire in the streets and alleys of the city. The passage of the ordi nance seems to be the firs...

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. — 5 May 1911

You are cordially invited to attend the opening of the new OPPOSITE BLAKE'S IS On SATURDAY, MAY 911 Changes on Rock Island It is rumored that on the 20th of this month, the Rock Island will discontinue trains 33 and 34, west of Liberal. This will mean more business for the hotels here, as train 33 will stop here and start east as No. 34 in the morning, making Liberal a passenger divi sion point tor those trains. A well founded report says that the dining cars on No. 1 and No. 2 will be dropped as soon a9 the new Grier is opened and those tranis will stop here for meals. Both of these changes will benefit Liberal, as they will give passen gers on the Rock Island a better opportunity to see the town. E. J. Stutzman is having his house painted this week. Window screens and screen doors are in great demand these days. Mrs. F. G. Jones and Mrs. Roy Harrison went to Kansas City for a short visit. Dr. Pellette went to Wichita, yesterday morning to attend the Aviation meet. John Kelly was i...

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. — 5 May 1911

Business Change Last Saturday a deal was closed between Bolin & Hall and the Big Jo Lumber Co. of Wichita by which the latter firm takes over the Bolin & Hall lumber yards at Fowler, Liberal, Tyrone, Hooker and Hugoton, and also the hard ware stores at Tyrone, Hooker and Fowler. E. N. McGregor Pres. and II. N. Roberts, Vice Pres. of the Big Jo Lbr. Co. were here Wed nesday invoicing the yard here. The consideration will be in the vicinity of $G0,000. From here they drove to Tyrone to invoice the stocks at that place.' For the present at least, E. P. Smith will continue as manager of the local yard. Ellsaesser, Woods & Henry are writing hail and farm insurance in the standard companies. The Stamper building is almost completed, and will be ready for the tenants the first of next week. The' force will be here this week to lay the rugs and put up the window shades in the new Gner Hotel. A number of salesmen who have been here this week say that busi ness is better here than...

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. — 5 May 1911

TWO OLD WAR PAPERS One Issued at Springfield And Other at Liberal While Companies Were There There were -two newspapers published in Southwest Kansas nineteen years ago which are not to be found in the files of the State Historical society, or in any other newspaper files of the state. They are the "Camp Ricksecker Guard" published at Springfield, Seward county. There were but a few numbers issued. Harry II. Taylor, now in -the automible business in Hutchin son, was one of the editors and publishers of the "Guard," for it was all the same paper. It was issued by the boys of Company E, of Hutchinson and Company H, of Sterling, when they were on duty during the county seat war" in 1892. Harry Taylor and Bob Miller, a Hutchinson printer, were members of Company E. Link Magee was a member of the Sterling company. They decided to relieve the mo notony of camp life by issuing a little newspaper. While the companies were at Springfield the "Guard" was prin ted in the office of the Springfi...

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. — 5 May 1911

i THESE ARE GOOD j SHOES t 9 v 9 6 V v- Srs Any shoe with the name Selz on it is a good shoe; made of leather all through; without any "shoddy" material anywhere in it; that can't be said truthfully of all the shoes youtee. If Selz name is on the sole you may count on getting good value for your money, when you wear these shoes. IF. j? Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods, Notions jf x and Shoes - x JJ Liberal, - . Kansas X DROaJl And Let'i Talk it Over Don't overlook the opportun ity of stepping into a reliable house where quick service, fair treatment and bed-rock prices are the invariable and proven rule. We can help you no mat ter what your special require ments in the Harness line may be, we are in the position to serve you in a way that will make you congratulate yourself that you dropped in. mm J. E. George, Frks. L. A. Etzold, Vick Pke8. v C. E. Woods, Cashier First National Bank Capital- - - - $25,000 Surplus and Profits $25,000 fXKX)OCK5QOOCOCXXXXOCXXX Hal G. Reid's Jewelry Store L...

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. — 12 May 1911

on Soc' Ac "Successor to The Liberal Independent" Vol. 5. No. 2 Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, May 12, 1911 $1.50 Per Year TT 1 A Good Showing Our Young People Won Most of the Literary Con 1 tests at Meade. . The first Inter-scholastic Meet of the High Schools of the southwest was held at Meade last Saturday. Meade, Cimmarron and Liberal were represented in most of the events. The afternoon was devot ed to the athletic events, in which Liberal did not make as good a showing as the other schools, "which have been training for it for some time. In the sprints, as well as the distance events, the boys on the east side had the best of it. Jimmie Sealy entered the 50-yard dash, and the 100-yard dash. John Bolin entered the running broad jump and got second place and also entered in the standing broad jump, one of thb running events and won second, in the running high jump. Harry Orackel got second place in the standing high jump, and was also entered in sev eral of the running e...

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. — 12 May 1911

The Liberal Democrat (Successor to The Independent) Tha Saward County Publishing Company CARL 0. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Entered as second-class matter January 6, 19J1, at the post office at Liberal, Kansas, under the Act of March 3. "(. "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.' The recent action of the council in making an effort to provide street lights is indeed a commend able one. Aside from adding to the convenience of the public, the lights would put an end to petty law-breaking. The town has an ordinance which forbids the drink ing of liquor in the streets, on the sidewalks, or in the approaches of any of the business buildings, yet it is almost impossible to enforce the ordinance. Better lighted streets would make it easy to rec ognize the violators of the curfew ordinance. It is probable that only a ...

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. — 12 May 1911

I alloyed Stilts SI E.ft II IV' II Mi 'ii i Ji .'I 5 til i 28 lUnatUiluaut $ 1 .85 MILLINERY $2.85 50 HATS AT CUT PRICES NEXT SATURDAY Next Saturday we are going to give every woman an opportunity to see what it means to buy hats at the lowest possible price. This is not a "1-4 off" or lr2 off" sale, but we are going to of f er better values than you have been offered this spring by anyone. We buy our millinery at the lowest possible cash prices, and when we have a sale we simply cut the prices so deep that it makes competition impossible. Don't forget it commences Saturday, May 13th, and continues for one week only THE STORE THAT GIVES PREMIUMS Cost Running Government The average annual per capita cost of running the government under president Taft is $12.50. In 1900 the per capita cost was but $10.78; in 1880, $7.30, and in 1850 $2.60. This was one of the points made in a speech in the house of rep resentatives by John G. McHenry, democrat, of Pennsylvania, and just published in t...

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. — 12 May 1911

Centervalley More rain has fallen. Grass is getting better. "" ' Delia Clark spent last Friday with Lena and Lucile Manner. Charles Waugh has built a pas ture fence on his place. Isaac Welc moved bis cattle to the east pasture last Saturday. Will German was the guest of Ira Ilanner last Sunday afternoon. Seph DeCamp made a business call at Jesse Manner's place last Friday. H. L. Mills was a business call er at J. 0. Manner's last Satur day. Dee Lewis spent Wednesday night and Thursday with his sister, Laura Manner and family. Seph DeCamp and family visit ed at J. 0. Manner's last Saturday. "Babe" Mills made a business call at Jesse Manner's one day last week. Lena and Lucile Manner visited with Delia Clark Wednesday after noon of lost week. Albert Welch was helping his brother Isaac break some young horses last week. Miss Zella Clark visited with Miss Wavie Mills on Wednesday of last week. Ira Manner made a business call at Lon DeCamp on Thursday of last week. Dallas Sessler and Alb...

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. — 12 May 1911

The Paper You Would Like on Your Walls You may have a vague idea now of what you desire for wall papers for your different rooms but when you run through our beautiful line of 1911 patterns you'll quickly decide. We have papers to suit everybody. Our stock this year is something immense. We can show you a great variety of different patterns in papers at prices varying from 5 cents to $1.00 per roll, and they're all attractive designs. You can make a saving worth while in buying wall papers of us. Come in and see the new goods. CHAS. TAYLOR & Co. Prescription Druggists . The ?tlcJiJL Store PHONE 107 County School News. Come, let oa live for our children. If we hail our lives to live over aain, It we mlffhl start fresh and anw What a Joy It would be for us women and men And what wonderful thlrofs we would do; How straight we would walk and how straluht we would talk; Mow cheerful we'd lie and how Kay! But If we're in earnest alioul our reforms Why don't we beifln them today!1 . Mr...

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. — 12 May 1911

CHANGE YOUR FACE. Not so hard to do either, in fact it is very easy to take care of yourself and have the best complexion and healthy skin. The daily use of our Buttermilk Cerate will prove to you how valuable this pure and exquisite preparation is. Use it for all toilet purposes. Use it for massage, for chapped hands and rough skin. It is fine after shaving. Makes complexions good. Makes faces good. HUBBARD'S DRUG STORE, "WHERE THE BEST IS SERVED" Additional Locals Roy Harris spent Saturday in Liberal. V. H. Grinstead attended court at Guymon last week. L. H. Judy was at Optima, last week unloading cattle. Chas. Ellsaesser went to Greens burg Friday on business. T. W. Hubbard returned Satur day from a trip to Oklahoma. J. P. Patton of Guymon was in Liberal last week on business. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Craig on May tith a nine pound boy. The front of the Elite theatre is receiving a new coat of paint this week; J. B. Spradling was at Dalhart a couple of day last week loading bro...

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. — 12 May 1911

The home of Hart, Schaf f ner & Marx Clothes, Stetson Hats, Stetson Shoes, Sweet-Orr Work Clothes for Men. UNION MADE FLOIR GROCERIES We lead in Fancy Croc erics as well as Staple Groceries When you want something extra fine Phone or call on the CENTRAL GROCERY CO. PHONE COAL WHEN YOU THINK OF FLOIR, i! think of PRIDE OFLIBERAL When I 1 you buy Flour, ask Pride of There is None Better BOLIN, HALL When it 'comes to building material let the STAR LUMBER CO. Figure on the Bill. It may save you MONEY i liberal Heat Market Fresh and Cured Meats, Poultry, Fish, Oysters, and Celery My Desire is to Cater to all Trades PHONE 83 ILL Nichols AND SURGEON SURGEON ROCK ISLAND RAILROAD CO. Office on Kansas Ave., 2d Door South Taylor's Drug Store 151 FEED your Grocer for Li & COMPANY f beral Dairying in Dry Land Farming Careful farmers in the, dry land section should make good cows give and average return ot from $30, to $50, each per year. Many do not get more than $12, per year per cow. T...

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. — 12 May 1911

A Winning Game By Harold Strong Latham (Copyright, 1911, by AiBQCiated Literary rreaa.j The silence was unbroken save for the crackling of the logs in the open fireplace; the flares threw fascina ting lights and shadows upon the faces of those who were sitting be fore the shrine pondering upon the mysteries of the fire and other things. In the late fall and winter Molly's hearth was the favorite meeting place of more than one couple, who, though nothing had been said, were, as the neighbors would say, "going together." That nothing had been said to Molly, the little circle of friends were certain, though of lata they hod noted and discussed Ralph Osborne's persistent attention to her and Molly's evident pleasure in it. "Let's play rigmarole. It's jolly fun," Molly suggested when she be gan to feel that though watching wood burn was all very well for a time, her guests might like to do something more exciting. "What's rigmarole?" big Tom Carrol, from next door, put in. "It's a game,"...

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. — 19 May 1911

efl "Successor to The Liberal Independent" Vol. 5. No. 3 Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, May 19, 1911 $1.50 Per Year BUSINESS CHANGE Shelf Stock of Liberal Hard ware Sold to Ezra Shorb The stock of shelf hardware be longing to the Liberal Hardware Co., a co-partnership, was sold Wednesday to Ezra Shorb of this city. He takes possession at once. The Liberal Hardware Co., takes the stock of implements and will close them out as soon as possible. They will have a representative at the store for some time taking care of their collections and clos ing up their business. Mr. Shorb will at once increase the stock and continue the hardware business. The old firm also gives to Mr. Shorb their good will, and asks that their former patrons continue to buy of the store under the new management. Mr. Shorb has been in business here for a uumber ot years and is widely and favorably kuown. He recently sold his in terest in the Star Lumber Co., to the other members, and after thirty days cou...

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. — 19 May 1911

The Liberal Democrat (Successor to The Independent) Th S.ward County Publishing Company CARL 0. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Entered as second-class matter January 6, 1911, at the post offlce at Liberal, Kansas, under the Act of March 8, 1HT9. "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.' Attorney General Dawson has devoted the week to a performance before the grandstand. He closed the Sunday theaters because it is against the law for them to run. But he let the ball players alone, probably because it would be very unpopular to stop them. At least that is the only conclusion that the the causal observer is able to draw. If Dawson, instead of "stalling" around about the law and "his duty," had said "I am closing the theatres because I dont believe in Sunday performances and the law gives me the authority to stop them,"...

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