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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL. KANSAS, EASTLAND DEAD AWAITING IDENTIFICATION IN TEMPORARY MORGUE k i : ft. &?"i .... . vSife rvuiS!E5??; J II 0L0 HIGH HAT Headpiece Did Duty as a Bank, and Did It Well. NURSES AND DOCTORS WORKING OYER BODIES OF EASTLAND VICTIMS IF" f 1 v He ... .... n -j... N A is oT i : tk Jf v-: lC. M . ' C"'v- .--4 v'j. :.';.;r-': y: v y: ' 'r -vy- :: A, yy iX' y,' '' .;. V':' S" 'y- -y ' - . ' " 6. a-: . .. o ; " E 1 K4 iI3&'a ihV kI hi' 131- t ' 4 ;3Jt8v ii X SCENES ON THE WRECKED EASTLAND SHOVING RESCUERS AT WORK l.njii. .l. Wi : U tV tttvr-Wy- W N.: . Conifvla! Gentleman Had Not In tel ded It for the Purpoie, and Hash of Memory Made Him Richer by Neat Amount Misers' hoards have been found In all kinds of queer places. The expe rience of Postmaster Habelton of Marysvllle, Mich., proves that a man may bank money against his will and be made right glad after many days. The postmaster made a trip to Port Huron to do some purchasing. That was months ago. He took 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. — 6 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS. y TOLD BRIEFLY THE NEWS OF SEVEN DAYS IN ALL LANDS War News. French mines exploded under Ger man trenches near St. Hubert end Malencourt wreaked terrible toll of life, according to an official commun ique. The French sappers dug their tunnels underneath a number of ad vanced German positions. The explo sions killed more than 200. The Venice Gazette reports a thrill ing battle between an Austrian aero plane and Italian troops at Verona in 4he course of which the aeroplane came near destroying the famous tomb of Juliet, known to the world through Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet." I In the most successful raid on Turk ish shipping since the war began, Rus sian Black sea destroyers recently sank 150 Turkish sailing vessels in the harbors of Samsun and Riza, along the coast of Trebizond. There has been no change in the situation on the Gallipoll front in the past week. Both the allies and the Turks have confined their efforts to desultory small arms f...

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 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, IIBERAL, KANSAS the Liberal Democrat Published by ABE L. HIEBERT Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Eans Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Entered u second-clan matter January 6, 1911, at the poet office at Liberal, Kansas nder the Act of March a. 1879. The state of New York disgraced itself again last week when It took the life of Charles Becker, former police lieutenant of New York City, for the murder of Herman Rosenthal in 1(112. Iiecker declared publicly and to his spiritual advisors, to the very last, that he was innocent, and such was his vitality that it took three shocks to kill him. It seams strange that a man hovering on the brink of eternity would declare his innocence if really Kullty, and New York may realize in the years to come, when too late to make amends that the wrong man was killed. The European war started about a year ago. So far over 5 million men have been killed and 12 million wounded, and no decisive victory has been ga...

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 August 1915

v.. THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS f Summer Clearance Sale L.vV Our GROCERY store) is the place to buy your candies. Why? Our GROCERY store "turns" money fast and we can afford to sell Af AY-UP, superior CANDY for an AWAY-DOWN price. J Ours is"" the Store where the HUSTLE is. This means that we move goods fast and that you get fresh , pure , HEALTHY STAR GROCERY CO. Dr. A. M. MORROW Physician uj Surgeon Successor to Dr. B. T. Nlcholi Offlc Phone 21 Residence Phone 8165 Liberal, Kansas H. A. GASKILL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Suite E., Miller Building Liberal, Kansas W. H. Feather FURNITURE & RUGS 3 PHONE 57 FARM LOANS QUICK ACTION H. HOBBLE Office on West 2nd St. Tailor Stale Bail, The Bt at the Low Prica." SatiafacUea Guarantied THE PALACE CLEANERS A. B. MrtckallrWrUtor Praasinf, Altering, and Repairing PHONE NO US UBUAL. KANSAS Oklahoma License 17 DAVID CURTIS Kansas License 773 Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director All ealla answered pronpily day or night from Liberal and Tyrone, Okla. ...

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 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL. KANSAS. mm is GEORGE BARR McCUTCHEON COPYVGfT, OY DODO, MAD AtD COTIPAftY CHAPTER XXVII Continued. 12 Ho obeyed. "See! There is no one bear." He held open the door to the hall. "You must speak quickly. I am to leave this house In an hour. I was given the hour." "Ah, I can see by your face that you bate him! It Is well. That Is some thing. It Is but little, I know, after all I have wished for but It Is some thing for me to treasure something lor me to take back with me to the one sacred little spot in this beastly world of men and women." "You are the most Incomprehen sible" "Am I not beautiful, Frederic? Tell me!" She came quite close to him. "You are the most beautiful woman In all the world," he said abjectly "And I have wasted all my beauty I have lent It to unlovellness and It Aas not been destroyed! It Is still with me, is It not? I have not lost It In" "You are beautiful beyond words beyond anything I have ever Im agined," said he, suddenly passing bis b...

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 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL, KANSAS. NO NEED 10 WORRY Finances of the Country Are in Good Shape. 1 i Cllllon-Dollar Trade Balance and , Largely-Increased National Wealth Are Matter for Which the Nation Hat a Right to Be Glad. The fiscal affairs of the government are In a healthy, If not a flourishing, condition. The nation has a billion dollar trade balance for the year, and a national wealth that has increased to $1,965 per capita. There is no ap parent need for further extraordinary measures to meet conditions arising out of the European war. The Demo cratlo party can Justly point with pride to the accomplishment of Sea retary McAdoo In successfully steer ing the fiscal affairs of the nation through a trying time, even though some of the government revenues did not come up to his expectations and disbursements ran a little ahead. Here are the salient figures, as shown in Uncle Sam's balance sheet for the year: The total of customs receipts for the year was $209,268,107, as compared with...

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 August 1915

r I I. TEE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS SEE Blaster R and 0000 Saturday, August 7 TIGE will per form for you. BUSTER will tell you why Buster Brown Shoes are the best. Amusement for the Chil dren Educational for the grown-ups. AT THE ECONOMY STORE From all accounts It would appear that they had quite an exciting time at the picnic at C. C. Ragsdale's last Saturday. When the storm came up there were a number of teams tied along a wire fence and the lightn ing killed one of Plnkey Gray' drlv lng ponies and knocked down nine others. Among the number tied to the fence was a mare belonging to J. C. Littleton, with a two month's old colt tied at her side. While the mare was uninjured the lightening knocked down the left hip and the right ear of the mule oolt. Several people were shocked by the lightening. Willie Barrett receiving the most severe one, but at last account he was getting along all right, in addi tion to this the officers attempted to arrest a vounir man for an old offense but a...

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. — 6 August 1915

I J". 1 I Ours in" t. lis Rtniw THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS SUPPLEMENT TO The Liberal Democrat Published by ABE L. HIEBERT Friday, August 6, 1015. Concert A Success The muslcle concert given Tuesday evening at the Christian church by the choir under the direction of Mr. Mat kins was a decided success. Every number of the program was rendered with one exception. The different numbers showed that much lime and attention had been given them for they were rendered with ease and a'cura'eness. The voral solos by Mrs. A. 1"). Rob ens and Miss Sarah Thompson were splendid; both displaying a natural tilent for solo work. The readings by Margaret Stoufer and John Irwin were very entertain ing and well given. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith's duetsjvere- very pleas ing Indeed. Mr. Smith also rendered an excllent selection on the cornet- That Mr. Mat kin Is a musican of great abilitv was shown in the ren dering of a piano solo, "The M unt aln Stream." The chorus work by the choir was a very pleasing...

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 August 1915

'list s ail BeiidDWSit . . r- LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915 JVnfA year, Numbei 13 $1.50 Per Year Ix 4-; iter - Walden-Davit At live o'clock Wednesday after noon of July 28, 1915, at ho home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Davla oc curred the marriage of their daught er, Mabel, and Glenn E. Walden, of Liberal, Kansas. The bride belong! to one of the old est and most respected families of southern Illinois and Is widely and favorably known. She was born, reared and married upon the farm which has ever been her home, about two miles northeast of Ava. She Is an accomplished young lady who wins the friendship of all her acquaint ances, she was eaucatea in uie; schools'at Ava, and In the state nor-j Ilial UUIWloll'jr mv -oi uvuuti. aim belongs to the teaching profession ai d ( has ever been popular and very suc cessful In her school work. The groom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Walden of Liberal, Kansas. He belongs to one of the first families of that community. Ills...

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 August 1915

FIRST YEAR OF WAR IN THE WEST The first month and a half of the western campaign was made up of startling, swift moves. On September 12, after the defeat on the Marne, the Germans took up defensive positions along the Alsne river. The ten and a half months since then have seen a long deadlock. The battle line of the Alsne and the Oise quickly extended northeast to the sea. Fighting has been continuous, with tremendous losses. The general situation has remained unchanged, gains of a few miles for one side at one point offset by minor gains for the enemy In other sectors. At the beginning of August the kaiser took possession of the little state of Luxemburg and demanded passage through Belgium to the Franco-Belgian frontier. Permission to pass denied, Von Einem attacked Liege (August 4), while other German armies passed around the city and swept over the level Belgian roads at a terrific rate. The little Belgian army yielded Brus sels and fell back to Antwerp and Ghent. First Big Enga...

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 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL. KANSAS. WITH BARNS FULL OF STOCK Didn't Look Much Like Hard Times in Western Canada. A, Meyer, who left one of tbe best Counties In Minnesota, probably be cause be got a good price for bis ex cellent farm, and left for tbe Canadian West, writes to his local paper, tbe Bagley Independent His story Is well worth repeating. He says: "To say I was greatly surprised when I reached Saskatchewan and Al berta would be expressing it mildly. In a country where so much suffering was reported, I found everyone in good circumstances, and especially all our friends who have left Clearwa ter and Polk counties. They all have good homes and those who were re ported to have sold their stock through lack of feed, I found with their barns full of stock, and It did not look very much like hard times. They ' have from 160 acres to two sections of tbe flaest land that can be found. Those that left here two or three years ago have from 100 to 400 acres In crops this year. Prospects f...

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 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL, KANSAS S. L. Wmi9HT C. C. Wkiqht ANNEX CAFE ONLY FIRST-CLASS CAFE IN TOWN. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING TO EAT Kansas Liberal, W. E. WILSON Groceries, Flour and Cured Meats Phone No. 151 LIBERAL :: KANSAS CITY DRAY LINE Office Phone 82 We Haul and Move Anything Movable. Call us for Quick Service. The Liberal Democrat Published by ABE L. HIEBERT Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year EnUtreil as second-class matter January 6, 1911, at tlm post olBce at Liberal, Kansas nder the Act of March a. 1879. Kismet Items Harrison Hae Is here visiting bis sister, Mrs. John Kirk. They were breaking up ground Molt day for the Kismet, State Hank. Miss Hazel Smith has returned from Lllieral where she attended the rhautauqua. George Rose and wife are at the bedside of their little son, Raymond In the Stewart hospital. Raymond is very low at this time. . Mrs. Kd. Longwell and daughter, Mildred are here visiting her sister, Mr...

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 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAIi, KANSAS "Micawber." Fill The Citie Citizens of Minneapolis, like those of other cities, ire frequently ap pealed to by men claiming to be un able to obtain employment. Out in the residence districts, these men ask householders for chores to do in order to obtain money for food and ' shelter. These ploas are hard to re fuse, and when one remembers what Is published about unemployment, the statements of these stray appli cants have a ring of truth about them. How then are we to reconcile the inability of those men to tlnd a job of any sort with the experience of tho Federal Employment Bureau On a sluule day ten men were wanted as labors at $2 a day, and to nineteen farmhands were offered places at Xrom $30 to W) a month, with room, board and washing. But of the forty .idle men present, not one accepted a .position. ' "Most of the men who call here," said Mr. Weaver, in chare of the bu reau, "don't seem to want to work." They want a job, we suppose, and wages, bu...

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 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL, KANSAS Starve Hessian Flies The wheat grower must keep con stantly In mind the fact that there Is no direct way of reaching the Hess ian fly In spring In a manner to re duce its ravages. All methods of prevention or control must he put in to operation during the summer and autumn months and applied against the fall generation. Therefore what ever is done to protect the farmer's next year's wheat crop from Hessian fly atttack must be done within the next 80 days In the South and within the next 60 days in the North. Among other things the depart ment's specialists advise the farmers, tt. rough the circular, to destroy by the following methods the Hessian f y which is the "flaxseed" stage In wheat stubble and in unharvested wheat from June to September, or even October In the south: 1. Burn, where possible and safe, all stubble and ruined wheat. 2. Disk all stubble and ruined wheat immediately after harvest, where burning is Impracticable. 3. Plow under deeply 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 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT, LmtCRAL, KANSAS f 1 r Summer Clearance Sale ram Jor. tea o V to Our delicious1 table delicaciea will strike the heart of every housewife and delight the TASTES of the whole family. Preparing a dainty luncheon will be easy work if you'll come to our store and buy our already prepared dainty delicacies. You will save more in LABOR and anxiety by buying these things already prepared than they will cost in MONEY. STAR GROCERY CO. Dr. A. M. MORROW Physician mod Surgeon Successor to Dr. R. T. Nichols Office Phone i2. Residence Phone 1165 Liberal. Kansas H. A. GASKILL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Suite E., Miller Building Liberal, Kansas Th Tltla, Loan and Adjustment Association DODOS CITY. KANSAS BOOM t, RUSSELL BUILDING COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY W. II. Feather i i I 1 FURNITURE & RUGS i ,: :zz3 -PHONE 57 FARM LOANS QUICK ACTION H. HOBBLE Office on West 2nd St. Tailor Mae. Sail. "The BmI el the Lowest Price." Satbfacttea Guaranteed THE PALACE CLEANERS A. B. Mitchell, Proprietor P retti...

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 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. LIBERAL, KANSAS. MOOS WHITE rdtomt DARR SCUTCHEON TLLUSTRATI0N5 &;MY MUTES COflYAGtr. 3. Airo canpAtty CHAPTER XIX Continued. 13 Brood stopped him with en Impa tient gesture. "I must ask you not to discuss Mrs. Btood, Joe or you, Dan." "I was Just going to say, Jim, that If I was you I'd thank the Lord that she's going to do It," substituted Mr. Rlggs, somewhat hastily. "She's a wonder ful nurse. She told me a bit ago that he was going to save his life In spite of the doctor." "What does Doctor Hodder say?" de manded Brood, pausing In his restless pacing of the floor. "He says the poor boy Is as good as dead," said Mr. Rlggs. "Ain't got a chance In a million," aid Mr. Dawes. They were surprised to see Brood wince. He hadn't been so thin-skinned In the olden days. His nerve was go ing back on him, that's what It was, poor Jim! Twenty years ago he would have stiffened his back and taken It like a man. It did not occur to them that they might have broken the news to h...

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. — 13 August 1915

HIE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL. KANSAS. 7 FHKT YFAD M WAR llilJi n-nii wi iinn IN IKE EAST The first twelvemonth of fighting between the Russians on one side and the Austrlans and Germans on the other U a story of great changes of fortune, both combatants being re peatedly driven back only to show the greatest rosillenqy In defeat and soon to resume the offensive In a most surprising manner. The end of the year, however, finds the pendulum swinging strongly against the czar. He may recover and take again the roads to Cracow, Vienna and Berlin, but just at pres- ent he is on the whole in worse plight than in - any hour since the war started. Russia's losses in the first year of the war are not approached by those of any nation In any war of history. According to reliable estimates, she has had between 2,500,000 and 4,000, 000 men killed, Injured and captured. Despite these horrible gaps made in her ranks, she still has millions In the field, and her great reservoir of personnel does not show ...

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. — 13 August 1915

THE DEMOCRAT. fJBBIUTi. KANSAS A Short Talk on Germs and the Cause of Disease We hear so much now about the various kinds of germs and the way that they cause disease. It we were to believe the statements of the pays- icluna in resard to eerms and the way that they cause disease, we'd be believing many things that are un true. One cannot believe these statements because they are too con- lllctlng. We all know that there are such things as germs and microbes in existence, but we have very good reasons to doubt that any of them cause disease. The physicianB claim that one must come in direct contact with some person that has small pox, scar let fever, or a number of otner ms eases to contract them. Their be lief is that the healthy person then breathes the germs from the sick one and in that way the germs get a start in the body and grow and multiply and cause disease. This does not ap- near reasonable, for we often hear ol cases of these so-called contagious diseases where only one c...

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 August 1915

liitiriol SocittJ fie MleFal Bemewat Ninth Year, Numbet 14 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915 $1.50 Per Year Falls-Nichols A beautiful wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Falls on North Lincoln Avenue, on Wed nesday evening of last week at eight o'clock when Miss Ruth Falls became Hie wife of Mr. Leroy Nichols. Pre ceedlng the ceremony Miss Margue rite Falls, a nelce ot the bride, sang "Believe me If all those endearing young charms," and Miss Winnie Thompson of Meade sang "The Perfect To the strains of Mendelsohn's Day." Wedding March the bridal party en tered the parlor where, as a center piece or the beautiful decorations which were in gold, sunflowers, marl golds nasturtiums and golden glow predominating, the altar was built Rev. Wm. T. Ward, of Pratt, former pastor of. the M. E. Church, leading, and the bride groom, Mr. Nichols, and best man, Lloyd Wells following. Then came the ring bearer, Little MlssThelma Falls, a nleee of the bride, carr...

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 August 1915

TFIE DEMOCRAT, LIBERAL. KANSAS. HEREMTHERE WORLD NEWS IN BRIEF PARAGRAPHS ' War News. Prince Leopold of Bavaria, com mander of the army that captured Warsaw, hag issued a proclamation promising ample protection for all the residents of Warsaw and their prop erty. The prince announces that the Germans will do everything in their power to maintain order, and that their purpose Is to make war only on hostile armies. The Balkan situation is still chaotic, Dispatches from Salonikl say that the Austro-Clcrman plan to strike again at Servia already has found expression in -a concentration of Teutonic forces along the Servian frontier. It is said one hundred thousand men have been massed near Orsova, Hungary. The allied forces have resumed their attacks upon the Turkish post tlons at the Dardanelles with great vigor in the last few days, and have made sensible progress on the Galli poll peninsula, according to a dispatch received from Athens. The Turkish. losses have been heavy. The British...

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