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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 October 1911

17 1 " Pleasant Valley Ten mlfrsWiOithwwt of LilMStal. Somewhat boi)f:i fcfter ,the big rain . r . Itisn'tjutf jccwcr Jiayo ill, qur ivKisliers fcrns time, its melon seed. t!,,K. Weir is'holping Tom Tay lofrwith his castor beans this week. Willis "Jones wNStransautipg jjusuiess-a(,; tlie coUntr seat one , daj;ast Q&kl' Jf "' I ; Charley VVeir hilled J. W. Frelman pull broomcorn a few IfSteeiy ..shipped, his melon seed.pjae'Jiay las.--weeljr. Ileory 'jBurg of .the Hitch ranch has two men drilling wheat this Fred Tucker of Liberal is work ing a few days for C. Barker. J. W. Freeman haslwost'of his broomcorn in the ricfc at this tiuiel John Hall was trading at the county seat last; Saturday. v' " 0. T. BarCej and wife went Jo Liberal the first of thVwcek. it" EtheltoiT Items. . '-28 miles north 4tat of littoral. AP. "Kideoour; is in Kansas City witli his-shecp at the pre'senl writing- s. k'. Alvin Harlin- and cousin'', from Obern neigH5or'hoodr were at Sunday school last Sunday and...

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 October 1911

mm FAIL TO 1IA1 C1A11P ClAffi At II Opera l Ilex! Wdnesfiay Nigll ; MIIJ.l,JJBlWW.ItM'IHIJILLIU I II I Mill im ,n i hi,. ,r .T.. m,lM. r...T-, ,.I.M..I . HI. I, ....... . .in r,... ...py,,,,...: - f fy , j. f BROOMCORN f Heavy Shipments. Tbere were 11 caes of broom corn shipped from Liberal last week, making the total for the season of 1911 162 cars. There were also 40 cars shipped the lirst three days of this week, so it is probable that a little more than . half , of the crop has been mar keted here. Estimates from the best posted men in the business vary from 400-550, cars for Liber al this year,, but the addition of . more warehouse room has made it an inducement for the buyers to contract their corn delivered at this point. Brush is still rolling inatthe rate of 70-100 loads a day, and the price is sure to make most of the brush come in as soon as ib' is ready to deliver. 5 The Warehouses. The congested condition condi tion of the warehouses has been somewhat relieved the past ...

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 October 1911

f Liberal Kansas .Catalog of Prices STORE-NEW GOODS-NEW PRICES All Marked in Plain Figures 77iniSr 0 it, 1 6 Pounds, 0 Sugar or One Doar NEW 1 every $1000 worth of merchandise selected from this great cash department store, m will $ell you 18 pound of granulated sugar for $1.00. This applies to orders for everything in our various departments except the following items: . Flour, Feed and Sugar. These items may be included in your order, but may not be counted toward this special price on sugar. Your order must include $10.00 worth of merchandise besides theabove items for every Impounds of sugar for $h00. If your order amounts to $1000 just in clude another dollar, and say, "Send me 16 pounds of sugar." If for $20.00 ash us to send 32 pounds of sugar, end enclose two dollars, and so on for each $10 bilf of goods bought. Remember ikaP orders for sugar, flour and feed DO NOT APP&Y TO THIS SPECIAL OFFER. V Start a Bank Recount With the pennies, dimes and dollars saved and buy for C...

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

MM!' . 1 ?r1-MWW'lll''WWIMIWI'llMilW'.f : County. School fJew. By Mary E. Todd,. Cdtne CeiUaZweFor Our Children, j Dld.lou tucltle that trouble that camn your "Will a rosoliito lifiart atid chiwrful Or hide your face from thp, lliriit of fifty With a crvn soul and fevfutf j Oh 4 troubles a Ion or trou hl' an on iifcy Or atroublc Is what yadWUVH .' .' Audit Isn't lUe fact lhat you're hurt that counts, j But Only ho did you take It. Testcliers, we earnestly request that you remain in the district at least threeSaturdays and Sundays of each month. The people employing you are employing your iaflunoe ando should be there to exert il.t p oui influence Is'bad we s1iouM'ChOK8 t or get out o- teaching. If U Is good the school . district has a right to it, The leacher'can be a great factor In the religious, social and educational life o the district in which she is teaching if ahe will. It is her duty to stand by ijhe school and its patrons while she is receiving ine money uiej have 'taxed '...

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 October 1911

Waterirelon Eat The Win Ouo Mod's class of the Methodist Sunday school, N. L Falls, teacher, sml Olias. Molter. president, invited the men of their own and other churches to a wat ermelon eat, at the church last Friday evening. The topics dis cussed were, "The Men's Forwarn Movement the Greatest Move ment of the Age," "The Religious Significance of the Adult Biblo ('lass Movement," and "Winning Meu and Holding Men." The fol lowing men took pirt in the pro gram: Rev. J. II. Agee, Rt.v. 0 W Kellogtf, G. M. Glenn, T. II. Kirkpntrick, M. H. Scandrett and N. L Falls read a paper for Chas. Molter. The Keating-E vans-Scan- drett-Ward quartette furnished special music. After the program Baptist, Presbyterian, Christian and Methodist fell upon the water melons and if they work as hard at preparing next Sunday's lesson there will be a fine string of fel lows who will get 100 on their grade cards. It was one of those delightful occasions where men become better acquainted and re ceive a new in...

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 October 1911

Centervalley Mr. and Mrs. J. M Hanner wore in Liberal the fore part of last week on business. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of last week, Grandma Holloway visited with her grandaughter, Mrs. Bertha DeCamp and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harworth 'seem to be all right as the new proprie tors of the Ematon store. Since Fred Bowman sold the store at Ematon, he has gone east to look for a location. On account of the death of Mrs. Harrel, of Pratt, her son-in-law G. W. Sessler, and her daughters, Mesdames Sessler, Graham and Turner, and her sons, Win and Will Harrel and grandson, Geor gie Sessler, left for Pratt last Fri day to attend the funeral. Gladys Sessler visited a couple of days last week at B. A. Won der's. Grandma Ilalloway visited last Friday and Saturday with J. 0. Hanner and family. Albert Welsh took dinner with J.C. Brightup and family Sun day. The Manner girls and Edith Stockstill, who are going to school in Liberal, were at home Saturday and Sunday. Ralph Lewis and II. G. Clark din...

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 October 1911

o: "Successor to The Liberal Independent" Vol. 5. No. 24 Liberal, "Seward County, Kansas, ! Friday, October 13, 1911 $1.50 Per Year CHAMP CLARK, OETI Takes the Bright Sides of Things in His jctuife -and in .';-o;V - His Political Speech a " ---g MIST Sixty-five Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas Democrats At - tended Elaborate Banquet of The Liberal Democratic .; Club at Hotel Cimarron r V act' hud tho move is, without paral ell in history.' y "I believe in 'praising a repub- A good crowd hoard the lecture This is the only state, which has i'sUtftstniiir; and above all thir::s, a been admitd witUoutWennblinc strong true, western .an. , h. The crowning event of ;i:s vbri! hep "was the banquet tendered the noted visitor, at the .Hotel Cimar ron, by the Liberal Democratic bean whwi he de.eryes it," said i Fvr ; occasiou. a bod (Jlark in referring; to a republican of sjxlv.tjvi. f th leading Demo president, -and it didn't keep JOcrals ot ,.lltt SOuth yrsiern Knuis, busy all the time-.',' K ''....

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 October 1911

The Liberal Democrat ' (Successor to The Independent) The Seward County Publishing Company CARL G. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. rntopi.il as second-class matter Januar; "ion t. t.h nost, nfllce at Liberal, Kansas under the Act of March :i. l7l. "There's so much good in the worst of us, nd there's so much b d in the best of us, tht it doesn't behoove ny of )r to speak ill of the rest of us El Dorado is preparing for a huge Kaflir Corn Carnival this fall. Seward county ought to tnke note of this and get busy next year. Down in Meade County a num bor of wide cracks opened up in the surface of the earth. The cracks at the surface of the ground are wide enough to swal low a horse, and increase in width at a greater depth below the sur face. The phenomenon according to geologists is caused by the slip ping of one layer of the earth's crust on another. At several of these cr acks evidences of gas and oil are reported. Representa...

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 October 1911

Mrs". R. Romer is this week entertaining her sister, Miss Irvin '"and cousin, Miss McNabnej, of ' eastorn Kansas. ' At Fixer's restaurant Saturday October 14th, the ladies of tli Baptist church, will serve dinne and supper. , : The ladies of the Baptist churc will serve dinner and supper Sat urday, October 14th, at Fizer'i restaurant. The Needle society of the Chris tian church will meet at the horap of Mrs. Leslie Longenecker, Fri day afternoon at 2 o'lock. Mrs. Frank Murphy of Meade, spent Sunday with friends in this city. She retuined to her home- Monday, accompanied by her son Ora, who is a student in the high school here. Married at the residence of the bride's parents in Liberal, Kan , day, at 4 p m., Sunday, Oct. 8 Mr. William E. Peck of Tyrone. Okla., and Miss Dorothy Peck of ' Liberal, Kansas, J. A. Cornelius officiating. Methodist Church 0 Rev. A. M. Gibson of ti e Friends church will preach both morning and evening next Sua day. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., H Scrandfttt, ...

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 October 1911

;V Farmers all oyer the country are ' praising the Liberal Hour made by Bolin-IIall here. 1 The Owl Club Dance was great ly enjoyed by a good crowd at Oralg Hall last Friday evening.. (I Illness has prevented Miss Edna Stevesson from taking charge of her school near Kismet this week. H A.T. Barksdale has moved to town for the winter and has taken up his work in the George Gro cery. ' ' Howard Vheaton left the first 'of the weok for a short visit with his parents at Siloam Springs, Arkansas. Mr. 8. A. Gates, & prominent stockman from Crowley county was here the first of the week on "business. J Methodist Church ? Rev. A. M. Gibson of the h Friends church will preach both Smorning and evening next Sun day. 3 Class meeting 12 m. Epworth League, 0:45 p. m. Topic, "Intelligent Warefare.'' ! Leader, Paul Bennett. This is Mission Study Rally Day. '-Mid-week prayer meeting Thursday, 8 p. m. Wra. E. Ward, Pastor. Floris Philosophy It is nretty cold he"e these mornings and evenings. Every...

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 October 1911

m hi 'n,ir 11 v. ,M-S X TaylorVDrug Store and The Liberal Democrats Contest COMMENCES NEXT MONDAY OCTOBER 16th 1911 PRIZES First Prize to the person receiving the highest number of votes, a Krause Upright Piano . worth $3r0.00. ecooH-Pnzea'.diie bill for 26t. 00 - to -apply as a payment on a Krause Piano. Third Prize a "due bill for 2r0.00 to apply as above. . . Fourth Prize a id iie bill for. $240,00 to apply a, above. Fifth. Prize a due bill for $230.00 to apply as above. '' v '" ' "" Besides these five 1 Grand Prizes there will be a : :',. number of Special Prizes,' which will bo anuounced in the Democrat from time to time. - J "I' ll;.;, viJ.'i 'v '. vfjf. : iriraiM1-i. iii cm TnT ' 'rr-: - .. . WfT I! --,.,'v;':'v.-, 5;?Ux.;:m: ;,i'.;,i;',.(,'-..,''v 'teifr ;;;;,,v .' THIS IS HOW THE CREDIT FOR VOTES WILL RUN For every dollar spent at Taylor's Drug Store, your choice in the Contest will receive 200 votes. For each new annual paid in advance Subscription' to the Democrat, your c...

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

Weather Report For Sept. It has been the general impres sion that September of this year was unusually warm. That this impression was correct is shown by the fact that the mean tempera ture for the month is 3.3 degrees higher than the average, and has only' been exceeded by that of 1874. The humidity, also was 5 per cent higher than the average. The 6th with a temperature of 98 degrees was the hottest September day since 1893, but was far from the record of 105 degrees in 1882. The rainfall was markedly higher than the mean for September, and this abundance of moisture follow ing the dry summer has produced almost the effect of a second spring upon the vegetation. Giving Battle To The Array Worm . University of Kansas, Oct. 2 Calls from eight different places in Kansas have come to the Uni versity within the past few days asking for expert advice in resist ing the ravages of the army worm which has just made its appear ance in the state. The situation calls for a vigorous action and...

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 October 1911

" Harwood Items School opened. Monday Oct. 2. There is now an attendance of 12. Mrs. Evans says she puts her whole timo and mind into a school so we know she will teach a suc cessful term ' Robert Pinkerton sends his two little boys here as their school is too far from their Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Evans spent Sunday at the Patton home. Everett Vojrlcr is helping J. II. Burr head maizq crop. Mr. Burr his the largest field of maize in this vicinity." Everyone is busy cutting grain and feed. Ray Lamberson and Bern Pat ton were Harwood visitors Thurs day. Alfred Evans made a business trip to Liberal this week. J. II. Burr went to Plains last Saturday. Elmer M irts of Sprinsfiald was a visitor at liar wood Patton's lY ednesday. Two good showers have fallen this weuk and the weather is much cooler. Several of Httrwond's yrning people attended the Kosson dance last Saturday night. W. E. Burr returned home from Hutchinson the day before Mr. Taft was to speak. We think Mr, Burr must have been ve...

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 October 1911

GOOD CROP IN THE SOUTHWEST Secretary F. D, Ooburn.'of the State Board of Agriculture, is in terested in no part of the state more than he is in the western part. He keeps close tab on the developments there and likes to get his information first handea by personal observation. It was time to make a trip through thai section and as he was unable to go he sent his assistant J. C. Mohler Mr. Mohler went to the south mast first and written to Mr.. Co i-mm from Liberal, in Seward county, some of his impressions. A part of his letter to Mr. Coburi reads: "This certainly is a bully coun' try and the people are the salt ol the earth. The present has oeei one of their best years for kafn corn and milo, and the broomcorn neoDlehave sold their crop thi year, in some instances for a mnrh bi 225 ner ton, a record nrice. "There are no calamity howler.' out here; they are all boosters, and I have not come across anyonr who was not optimistic. It b something fine to mix with such people." "Liberal ...

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 October 1911

JL 1H "Successor to The Liberal Independent" Hfatorieal Society : Vol. 5. No. 25 Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, October 20, 1911 $1.50 Per Year MORE RAILROADS HERE Liberal Has a Good Chance ForTheW.F.&N. W. ' Railroad The recent reports seem to show that the Wichita Falls & North western Ry. has been sold to M. K. & T., or what is familiarly known as the Katy. The road is grading into Woodward, Okla., which is about 120 miles southeast of Liberal, and a number of sur veys have been run out of that point. Until a week ago it was generally thought that the road would run from Woodward to Englewood. List wesk it seomed as tliouli the route changed and the Gate Valley Star, which is published at Gate, Oklahoma, on the east line of Beaver County, put out an edition on purple paper 1 announcing that it would pass through that town. A part of the article follows: The largest and most enthusias tic mass meeting ever held in this community was at a railroad meet ing at t...

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 October 1911

The Liberal Democrat (Successor to The Independent) The Saward County Publishing Company CARL 0. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans Tntumfi Buraind-class matter January 1911. at the post office at Liberal, Kansas under the Act of March 3, 1N79. "There's so much good in the worst of us, nd there's so much b d in the !est of us, tht it doesn't behoove ny of us to speak 111 of the rest of us. How Does It Strike You? A few weeks ago, a ''fellow named Joseph Clark came into our office and presented a card having below his name the title "Deputy State -Factory Inspector." He walked through our printing plant and then came into our of fice and asked a few questions, wrote the replies down on his blank and asked if there were any other "factories in town." He said that he had the two newspa per offices, and the ice plant ye! to inspect. In our office he spent ten minutes in securing the desir ed information for the state. He was in Libe...

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

County School News. By Mary E. Todd. Come Let Ua Live For Our Children. Did you tackle the trouble that came your way With a resolute heart and cheerful Or hide your face from the llirtit of day With a craven soul and fearful' O, a trouble's ton or a trouble's an ounce Or a trouble U what you make It. . It Isn't the fact you're hit that counts. But only how did you take It? Mrs. Palmer of Guym6n,Okla.,came In to see us "In the Interest of the Ladies Hom Journal. Miss Rhoda Rosel who has been In Liberal for the paut seven weeks un tier the care of Dr. Fellette, called in for a friendly visit Thursday after noon. She will visit for a week with her sister and then enroll in the Friends Academy at Fowler, Kansas. She will probably take the whole course, the Academy offers. Miss Rosel taught a successful school in district 10 last year. We wish her the best of success in tier stay at the Friend's Academy and hope she will graduate with honors. 'Well, we heard Champ Clark Wed nesday eveni...

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

Our Sale Still Going. Lots of New Millinery Goods this Week SCHNAUFER & CHRISTMAN Fall House The Man with a Vaccum Cleaner PHONE 288 A Call To The Women of Seward County As President of the Big Seventh Disfrict Equal Suffrage Associa tion, anxious to enlist the interest and co-operation of all women of the county, I make this appeal to you to meet with me in my home on Friday, October 27, at 3 P. M. that we may organize the county equal suffrage association. Women from the country and surrounding towns are urged to come--we will take care of you. This appeal means you, each woman of the county who believes in the pro tection of her home and justice to herself in the conferment of a act citizen's highest privilege t h e ballot. We shall organize and form a study club that we may be orenared for the responsibility. We are the home women, who believe in keeping our homes and training our children to Christian Citizenship. We ask the ballott as a measure of justice. The negro and th...

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. — 20 October 1911

AMI IS) mis? u on SET In the history of certain towns, when on the verge of becoming a city, there is a time for the wise man, the careful investor, the man of good judgement to invest his savings in property that will mean a small fortune for him in a short time after invested. THAT DAY 'HAS. COME FOR LIBERAL Liberal will soon cease to be a retail point but . will be the great Distributing Center for the Southwest. Soon the Gulf and Northwestern's heavy engines will be steaming through our city, and Porters cry ing, CHANGE CARS for all points in the Southwest. DO YOU WANT YOUR SHARE OF THIS PROPERTY? Then there is only one thing to do. Get busy and purchase a few nice residence lots, build a house on them now while you can buy the lots at right figures, and when the boom comes you will have a nice piece of close in property worth twice what it will cost you. There is no place like home, and you Mr. Renter, if you will you can have home of your own in this flourishing city. We have ...

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. — 20 October 1911

M A 1 Meet I tie Will be on exhibition at our Store all next week Come and see it and let us show where and why it is better than the common cast and steel range. U T I' I Kmm I 1 A Set of Cooking Ware worth $7.50 given FREE with every pur chase of a Malleable Range NEXT WEEK. 'AN INSULT TO AMERICA WOMEN' So a Missionary Worker Characterized Taf t's Salt Lake City Visit A vigorous condemnation of President Taft for "patting tne Mormons on the back" was deliv ered yesterday morning in the L i n w o o d Methodist Episcopal Church by Mrs. May Leonard Woodruff of Lemington, N. J., a vice-president of the Woman's Home Missionary Sooiety." She spoke at the university of the foundation of the Women's Home Missionary Society of the church. She prefaced her remarks con cerning President Taft and his friendliness with the Mormon Church by expressing her admira tion for the President as a states man and an executive. Then she launched into her condemnation of his recent visit to the home of th...

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