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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 14 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. -,.V' "WW. HI'I NIMH , , j if, , ' i-f't - ! The United States auxiliary and rx rm n V A . 1 1 1 Inmn ill r nDVI AMERICAN ORDERED SHOT J UAL hh Phil McCleary, an American news paper correspondent in Mexico, was ordered shot by General Carranza tor sending out uncensored news. At last reports he was in the Sar, Juan de TJUoa prison at Vera Cruz awaiting execution. SVEN HED1N 'I Sven Hedin, the famous Swedish ex plorer who, at the invitation of the kaiser, visited the German fighting fronts and wrote a book about what be saw. Because he favored the Ger man cause he was deprived of his French and English honorary titles, 8tewed Prunes Thiefs Booty, Stewed prunes were stolen recently i from the home of a deputy United .States marshal of Los Angeles, by a .barefoot burglar, who was frightened from the residence upon the return jot the family. From all appearances the burglar sat on the floor with the jjars of stewed prunes and threw the pits about the room....

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. — 14 May 1915

7 THE DEMOCRAT, IJBERAIi, KANSAS Exposition Tours Tha ExDosItlons In California tha Panama-California Exposition at San Diego, and the Panama-Pacific Inter national Exposition at San Francisco, offer the greatest opportunity ever pre sented to the-Amerlcan people to sea something of their own country. Choice of routes, with a number of limited trains to choose from, Including the famous "Golden State Limited,' Rocky Mountain Limited" "Colorado Flyer," "Califomlan" and "Colorado California Express." Low fares for round trip. Liberal stopover privileges. Long return limit. Get a copy of our folder on the Pan ama Expositions. Tells you how to go and what you can see. Our representatives are travel expert who will help you plan a wonderful and ao economical outing, give you lull Information and look after every dolall ol your trip Finest Modern All-Steel Equipment For tickets, reserva tions and Informa tion see Local Agent or write J. A. STEWART, CP. A. Topaka. Baaaa J. H. HEMPHILL, Age...

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. — 14 May 1915

ViYA 'WWII uuiu to ttir jour ueuner gaiujBiiu 1110 V. .Ei. JUUlBUOUbB ilUUJB DUIlUay. to mane tnemseives understood, they will get what yoi Supplement To The Liberal Democrat Publish by ABE L. HIEBERT Enterprise Items R. II. Tepner spent Sunday at the home of Seymour Miller. L. n. Donley and family went to Liberal Monday aft ernoon. M r. Don ley expect to have a sale soon and will move to Forgan. E. M. Sullivan and family and Evan ORln visited Sunday evening with Mart Cook and wife. Many of the farmers havs Insured their wheat crop against loss by hall E. M. Sullivan is putting In spring crop on his place near Domby this week. The Chlldrens Club met with Faye and Jessie Ross this week and meets neit Thursday with Lillie Gordon. The W. C. T. U. meeting was not held last week on account of the rain and snow, but It meton Wednes day of this week. Mr. and Mrs Sellers and children are visiting at the Chester Hiatt home. Mr. Sellers Is a brother of Mrs. Hiatt. E. B Holland and wife visite...

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. — 14 May 1915

Ar il my uhuu , besides br d ;. ri u xrade cattle are kept, Aristocracy Ruined Poland It may well be doubted whether Poland ever possessed In any single generation the attributes of a true nation. It was ruled' by a land own ing aristocracy which tried to- keep the king from getting too much power and at the same time insisted that the people Should not get any. The Polish aristocracy succeeded where other medieval aristocracies failed, oud Its success was Poland's ruin. The king was kept a figure head, Uolated from the mass of peo ple largely, by reason of t'ho Polish custom of electing kings.' It..t.il looked very democratic, but in fact It merely served to keep aliens or weaklings on the throne much of the time. Thus suppressing the king and op posing the people, the aristocracy be came a military and political caste, lived in barbaric splendor, desplseu trada and industry, cultivated the arts of war and social decadence, af- fected the use of alien languages, and devised institu...

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. — 21 May 1915

tt Sod JVVifA Year, Numbet. 1 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1915 $1.50 Per Year Coles-Brittain Athe First Friends Church of Liberal, Wednesday morning, May 19, at 6 o'clock, a veey pretty but quiet church wedding was solemnized, In the presence of Immediate relatives, and a few intimate friends, when Miss Ethel I Coles, of Liberal and Ulysses F brlttaln, of Hennessey, Oklahoma, plighted their troth, Rev F Olln Hunt, of Fowler, and Rev John I Huff, pastor of Friends church, officiating. Miss Coles is one of Liberal's most charming young ladles, being much loved by all who knew her; Mr Brlt taln is a suceesssul banker of Cleo, Oklahoma, and a most worthy young . man. After congratulations, the bridal party accompanied them to the de pot, and after shower upon shower of rice and a multitude of good wishes, they took No 4 for eastern points. xz Auction! Auction! Dickerson and Barmore will sell at the Star Livery barn, on Saturday, May 22, 34 head of native Perc heron m...

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. — 21 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. WITH THE USUAL GREETING Elderly Darky Remembered ' Hie Training and Addressed Stereo typed Question to "Angel." Jack McGeevy, the vaudeville en tertainer, was reared In a southern locality where the population was largely black and where the older darkles were Invariably respectful. A part of their deference, says Mc Qreevy, was to Inquire as to the health of the family of anyone who addressed them, even If he were a stranger. Thus an elderly negro was at work In the fields not far from a fair grounds where a parachute Jump was a part of the entertainment. The Jumper, a girl, had gone up in a bal loon and had encountered a wind which blew her some distance before she cut loose, and when she landed It was only a few feet from the old uncle with the hoe. He had not seen her descent, and he fairly blinked as he beheld the vision In scarlet tfghts and virulent peroxide hair. His train ing did not desert him, however, for he asked presently: "Good evenln', ...

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. — 21 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL, KANSAS. SEVEN DAYS OF NEWS THE WORLD OVER War News. The latest official reports on the war from Paris, London and Berlin indi cate that the Allies are gaining Home ground at (earful losses in Belgium and northern France. The Kusslans continue to retreat before the on - slaught of the Austro-Germans in Ga licia and in southwestern Russia near Ubau, on the Baltic sea. 0 The British have suffered the loss of another battleship in the fight against Turkey. The latest report ad mits that the Goliath has been sunk by a Turkish torpedo boat in the Dar danelles straits. Three British sub marines retaliated by entering the straits and sinking three small Turk ish warships. Another big battle has been added to those taking place in Flanders and Western Galicia, the Russians having taken the offensive in Eastern Galicia, Bukowlna and along the Dniester river. fr fr The latest official statement from Berlin concedes that the Allies have won ground between Carency and Neil...

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. — 21 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. UBERAIi, KANSAS Foot Rest HOSIERY We have them, come in and let us shpw them to yon. They speak for themselves both in quality and prices. Liberal Variety Store Cold Drink Season Is Here ! I I We are prerared to furnish any kind of a Cold Drink you might wish ICE CREAM WITH DELICIOUS FLAVORS Athens Confectionery CITY DRAY LINE R -"lone Resi deuce Phone We Haul and Move Anything Movable. ' Call us for Quick Service. Hail Insurance in the! National Insurance Co. of! Hartford, Connecticutt ASSETS MORE THAN $15,000,000.00 Remember, There is Only ONE NATIONAL ske Chas. W. Ellsaesser KgE (Or Sea Chas. Naff, South of Hayno) Don't Neglect This Most Impor tant Protection LIBERAL PRODUCE CO. HANDLES ALL KINDS OK Feeds, Garden and Field Seeds, Poultry, Eggs, Butter and Hides. 1st Door West of Carson House. Phone 344. Dr. Hlnglnbotham, practice limit ed to diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat, is at tils office In Liberal, Saturday each week. Adv. Two cars alfalfa hay on hand...

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. — 21 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL, KANSAS We satisfy, our cus tomers in three ways. We satisfy the STOM ACH, because car things to eat are fresh , whole- some and easy to digest . They taste good and are HEALTHY. , We satisfy on PRICE because we sell so many groceries that we can afford to sell them cheaply. We satisfy on SERVICE, -because when we promise we "deliver the goods'' RIGHT ON TIME. STAR GROCERY CO. Dr. A. M. MORROW Physician and Surgeon Successor to Dr. It. T. Nichols Office Phone 22. Residence Phone 2IG5 Liberal, Kansas H. A. GASKILL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Suite E., Miller Building Liberal, Kansas W. H. Feather FURNITURE & RUGS 1 PHONE 57 FARM LOANS QUICK ACTION H. HOBBLE Office on West 2nd St. Tailor Mad Suit., "Tha Baal at Ida Low.it Prica." Satisfaction Guaranlaad THE PALACE CLEANERS A. B. Mitchell, Proprietor Praaaing, Altering, and Repairing PHONE NO 333 L1BLRAL, KANSAS Oklahoma License 175 DAVID CURTIS Kansas License 773 Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director All calls answered ...

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. — 21 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL. KANSAS. (PRESIDENT WILSON SENDS NOTE TO BERLIN MAKES DEMAND THAT SUBMA RINE WARFARE ON MER CHANTMEN MUST STOP. KOTE CARRIES VEILED WARMING United States Government, It li Posi tively, Stated In Washington, Has Not Consulted With Foreign Capi tals Relative to Course in Event Germany Declines to Comply With Various Demands. Washington, D. C The United States government has cabled Ambas sador Gerard for presentation to the German government a note calling at tention "to the grave situation which " has resulted" from violation of Amer ican rights on the high seas, culminat ing in the sinking of the Lusltanta with a loss of more than 100 Ameri can lives. The communication expresses the confident expectation of the United States that the "Imperial German Government will disavow the acts of which the government, of the United States complains, that they will make reparation so far as reparation Is pos sible for Injuries which are without measure, and that they will t...

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. — 21 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. 1LM15 WHITE &r GEORGE DARK McCUTCHEON TLLTJ5TEAI10N5 "WALTERS 0 WOO, VAI AftO corjfiAry 8YNOPSI3. 2 In the New Tork home of James Brood Dawes and Rlggs, his two old pensioners and comrades, await the coming of Brood's eon Frederic to learn the contenta of a wireless from Brood, but Frederic, after reading, throws It Into the fire and leaves the room without a word. Frederic t ejls Lydla Desmond, his fiancee, that the message announces his father's marriage and orders the house prepared for an Im mediate homecoming. - CHAPTER II Continued. "It proves that your father has made no mistake in selecting his friends, my dear. My dear husband used to say that he would cheerfully die for James Brood and be knew that James Brood would have died for him Just as read ily. There Is something In friendships of that sort that we can't understand. We have never been able to teBt our friends, much less ourselves. We " "I would die for you, Mrs. Des mond," cried Fr...

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. — 21 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, IJRERAIj, KANSAS Puritan Undermuslins ' At tliia season of the year your thoughts naturally turn to replen. jhing your wardrobe with dainty white garments that are so dis tinctively femfniuc and are necesaary to your apparel outfit, especially during the Spring and Summer months. We made a large purchase of Puritan. undermiulins for our bigf VThite Season kale. We offer Puritan undermuslins because they are -vell-madc garments. We are enabled to mark Puritan Undermuslins for this sale at surprisingly low prices considering the high character; of the garments. y a Jr J vtS? l Frank C. Boles Farmers' Notice Sell your Roosters and have good etrirs during hot weather. From Mondav the 24th until Saturday the 29th, we will pay 7 cents for youne and old Roost ers, Eitks 13 cents. Liberal Ckkamkky Co. S. B. Jackson, of the Dombey neighborhood, was here on busi ness yesterday. Mis. U. E. Sanford and daught er, Jean, of Texhoma is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. P. San ford. Mary ...

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. — 28 May 1915

It t7 1UV MnfA Year, Numbet 2 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915 $1.50 Per Year fine Guymon--4--Liberal--3 The first game of the season, be tween Guymori and Liberal, was a Guymon vlctorj' by a close margin. The Guymon boys won the game by hitting and the tight pitching of Waters. In the second inning Cap tain Lyle of Liberal assisted the visit ors In getting two of their runs. It happened this way: Cousins singled to right, and Langston walked; they advanced a base on a sacrifice fly. Then with one man down, a Guymon hitter stepped up and pushed the pill towards Lyle. He came In on It and would have forced a man at the plate, had not that pesky and elusive ball found a hole between Bobs pins and rolled merrily on to ward right field. Both men scored Liberal had scored two runs in their half of the first, and fought hard all the way to tie that score, hut the punch was lacking, until the last of the eighth, when they suceeded in gett ing a man across, on a hit, a s...

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. — 28 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL. . KANSAS. OKLAHOMA NEWS NOTES Majr 31-21 Stmt Klrsman'a mMtlng, Bapulpa. Augr. 31-Sept. 4 Eighth annual reunion. itwutnwegtern Blue and Uray Association, Bridgeport. Sept. l2-fr Kiamicni Valley Fair, Tall hlna. Sept 25-Oct. t mat Fair, Oklahoma IClty. Ock6-. Caddo County fair. Anaclarko. FAIRS AND CARNIVALS. Sept. 7-10, Kingfisher County Fair, Kingfisher. Sept. 8-11, Creer County Fair, Mangum. Sept. -10, Johnston County Fair, Tlsa omlngo. Sept. 14-17, Pittsburg County Fair, Mo 'Alester. Sept. 14-17, Cimarron Valley Fair, Guth rie. Sept 15-18, The Sterling Firtr, Ster- ling. Sept Iff, Cherokee Celebration, Perry. Sept. K-17, Harmon County Fair, Hol lls. Sept 16-17, Kiowa County Fair, Hobart. ; Sept 16-18 Jackson County Fair, Altus. Sept. 16-18, Lincoln County Fair, Trague. Sept. 17-18, Tillman County Fair, Fred erick. Sept. 17-18, Coal County Fair, Colagate. Sept. 17-18, Marshall County Fair, Ma dill. Sept. tl-23, Pottawatomie County Fair, Shawnee. Sept. 21-23,...

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. — 28 May 1915

THE - DEMOCRAT,. LIBERAL, KANSAS. The "staff of life" by any other name would smell as wheat. ' ' Always turn to please. Red Cross Ball Blue. All grocers sell it. Adv. Couldn't Tell. "Why did you help the defendant In the fight, If that's the case?" asked the examining counsel. Mr. Cnssldy looked at the lawyer with contempt, and answered In a tone of blighting scorn: "For the ra'son that at that toime 01 had no means of knowing which o' thlm would.be the defendant." . THE PROFESSOR'S STATEMENT. ' Prof. Aug. F. W. Schmltz, Thomas, Okla., writes: "I was troubled with Backache for about twenty-five years. When told I had B right's Disease In its last stages, I tried Dodd's Kid ney Pills. After using two boxes I was somewhat re lieved and I stop ped the treatment. In the spring of the next year I had another fit- Prof. Schmltz. tack. I went for Dodd's Kidney Pills and they relieved me again. I used three boxes. That Is now three years ago and my Back ache has not returned in Its severit...

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. — 28 May 1915

TITK DEMOCRAT, TJBERAIi, KANSAS The Liberal Democrat Published by ABE L. HIEBERT Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year -Entered u bocoihI-cIshs matter January 9. 1911, at the post ofllce at Liberal, Kansas trior the Act of March a. 1879, Suggestion fur motto for lilgli school graduating classes: "Don't try to lead an automobile existence on a Ford Inooine." The Paekard Motor Car company of Detroit Is now making a "twin-six" automobile, thus putting on the mar ket a 12-cylinder car. This rivalry' of adding cylinders to automobile engines Is hecoming almost as great as the contest between nations a few years ago as to which one could build the must and biggest battleships. Italy has floundered around, won ted in nnd wobbled out, unt il she has finally decided to take arms against a sea of Imaginary troubles, and by opposing, end them. But she may llnd that it Is a whole, lot easier to get Into a war than to get out, and we ne...

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. — 28 May 1915

Tin? DEMOCRAT, LIBERA L, KANSAS The Case of the Election Crooks I regard the corruption of an elec tion as one of the worst of crimes because It strikes at the very root of popular government. So long as elections are untainted there Is little to fear In a government like ours. True, the voters will often make mis takes. They will sometimes follow the lead of designing and dishonest demagogues who, while loudly pro fessing their devotion to the people, as a matter of fact are aiming to get a Hellish advantage that will Increase their own power and wealth. Sometimes also, the people make the mistake of selecting ofllcials who are incompetent rather than dishon est. They may vote to adopt policies that prove to be a i failure when tried out. There are a good ma.iy chances in fact, that the people will make mistakes when given the op portunity to govern themselves, hut su long us their elections are un tainted and their courts reasonably just and able, they can correct lie mistakes, un...

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. — 28 May 1915

Tff DEMOCRAT, IjIBERAIj, KANSAS ral The Beauti Old Story of rv- i p.. fluv Will be presented to the people of Liberal at the Photoplay Theatre 8th This play consists of six reels and has a cast of over 1000 people. It will be given under the auspices of the local lodge Knights of Pythias, and will be worth going miles to see whether you are a member of the order or not. The Photoplay Theatre has been leased by the Knights of Pythias lodge for that evening, and no free tickets or admission cards, given during the recent contest, will be accepted. ADMISSION 10c and 25c CITY MEN T FARM INVE I TO E HEADS OF GREAT BU3INE83 HOUSES, BANK8 AND RAIL ROADS FIND COUNTRY BEST PLACE TO LIVE. SEEK PLEASURE AND PROFIT On Chicago Millionaire Has Holdings of 'Large Magnitude at Martinsville, Ind.; Pratt, Kan., and Craig, Colo, Chicago Packers Live In Country and 8ay They Are Proud of It More and more the value of farm land, aa a means of Investment, is be coming apparent. Men who are wlso in the -wo...

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. — 28 May 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS Dr. A. M. MORROW Physician anil Surgeon Successor to Dr. R. T. Nichols M Office Phone 22. Residence Phone 2165 Lllieral. Kansas ' H. A. GASK1LL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Suite E., Miller Building Liberal, Kansas W. H. Feather FURNITURE & RUGS Kail ', il'l ill" Jill.' 11 " " ' 1'iiimI'iii I PHONE 57 FARM LOANS QUICK ACTION H. HOBBLE Office on West 2nd St. Tailor Mad Suit. "The Bart al lha Low.it Price." Satlslactioa Cuaranlaail THE PALACE CLEANERS A. B. Mitckall. Proprietor Pressing, Altering, and Repairing PHONE NO 333 LIBERAL, KANSAS Oklahoma License 875 DAVID CURTIS Kansas License 773 Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director All calls answered pronpily da; or night from Liberal and Tyrone, Okla. Carry a full and complete line of Undertaking- Uoods In each of these town Phone Liberal 314 The Enormous sVolume of our business is strong evidence of our ability to clean and press and repair clothing so thoroughly that those who try us " a TRY AGAIN i . You ought 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. — 28 May 1915

mm mdhMMjMm Is 31 1 V, I1K survivors from a great tragedy are always looked upon with Inter est, especially when years have passed since the event. This dispo- nWfnn nf fhp linhlln will wwffix' exP,a'n a nart ' tne at" fl?I(S5r tention which will be glven t0 the Gran(1 Army B"r on Memorial day. The men who will ride or march on that day are survivors of a war which f.o the younger generations has become almost ancient history. They are all old men, though many of them will not admit It. There Is this strange thing about the celebration of the day. The Civil war became, before it ended, an anti slavery war, but the men who were prominent In the antlslavery move ment will not appenr In the proces sions. They are gone. One can al most count upon his fingers those who remain. But the men who fought the battles that were brought on by their agitations still live, by hundreds of thousands. The explanation Is a simple one. The antlslavery agitators were ma ' ture men some of them old men. ...

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