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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 22 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT mm if FPOSITE each other In the cosy morning room sat a young woman and a girl of twelve. "Now, Cousin Hilda," said the latter, as she smoothed down her dress and settled herself in her chair, "I'm going to begin at the beginning and and tell you all about It, and then we are to go out and buy a Santa Claua present for him." "Yes, Polly," answered the young woman. , "You had gone to Europe. You had Just packed up and skated as If the police were after you. Mother said she didn't believe you wanted to go the least little bit, but that your moth er made you." "Don't talk nonsense, Polly." . "Well, you Bkated anyhow." "And don't talk slang." "Skated isn't slang. It means that you Just glided off like a streak of lightning. You had skated, and I was lonesome, and I was out walking with poor Flora, when a boy came along with a big dog. He was tough. So was his dog. He shouted at me: " 'Take care of your dog!' " 'Why?-' I answered. " ' 'Cause my dog will chew him. up!...

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. — 22 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT 1 WW . IS ' . I he4rt -.,v ieiiiKiAujij jjam-Yuip neari13 singing r " - ""Y""" y10 worp resuessi leet ma' rwhen comes the4ime ohollv-WaviU n f.ud. That rharKo' the' glory ot the da tvU rAriL-nJ 4 Then nil ahraft on M if 7 I-i J . . 7 i. -wKi. j u oji ai uuiiui on monnum mntn nW , r l y rr' " ine nean smgtm home agalni-the heart is 'siniing ho; wanderywve ! It learfa us -il younunsus witn tempting nahds fr noma. w 4 earth fam be. .V-iUpUHg iraiiua i H lunres u where the lotos dreim is 'ItvtfuWes us where the -silent snois rfi. 'But nSw, to all who Wander far . . - luaiijf icuius atari lied with rare delight i gleaih through the endless nitfht. beneath thd sKy'k broad dome. is singing home again -the, heart is slAging home. brings ipidture of thepast-a picture fair arid free- picturte tof thegood old home wherever it mav bei ''AnHA'cr lVll Ufairs t cinWa 4a SW Ullt r .1 i iX v v j"b-' "ji au us) uis iuu ana piaini lentil the s6u within is seems to echo the refrain...

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. — 22 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT FARMERS SHOULD BE CAREFUL IN BUYING . ALFALFA, CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS Bushels of the Seed of Noxious Weeds Planted Every Year by Farmers I Throughout the StateImmense Losses Caused by . Spread of Quackgrass, Crabgrass and Like Pests. m n lOTr fin a By D. H. Rose, Assistant Professor of IF YOU were to offer a farmer sev eral bushels of mixed weed geeils, free, for sowing, he would refuse to use them and probably would think you out of your senses for offering them to him. But many farmers over the state have this year sown seeds by the bushel and have paid a good price for the seed. Not, perhaps $10 or $12 a bushel, but at any rate sev eral dollars more than it was worth. And how has this happened? fn this way: Seed of alfalfa or clover or Knglish blue grass was for sale close t hand, cheap, and the farmer bought t 1. 1 D. H. ROSE, Assistant Professor of Botany at K, S. A. C. it and used' it. This is a common practice everywhere, as is well known, and results in ...

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. — 22 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT No Count in Contest t Owing to the bad weather and the fact that one of the judges in our big piano contest was out of town, there was no count of the ballot Wednesday afternoon .How ever the count for the prize will occur next week, and there will be the votes of two weeks instead of one. The giving of three special prizes in the contest has made it a SDecial opportunity for those who are behind in the race to catch up, and at the same time win one of the special prizes. . From now on the race for the big piano prizes will be more hotly contested. Chances to win a big piano abso lutely free of cost for a few hours work every day are not numer ous, and we believe that the many people who live within 30 miles of Liberal will be sufficiently inter ested in the market and happen ings of this country to subscribe for the paper if they have not already done so. It is surprising how easy it is to secure new sub scriptions and renewals .for the Democrat. About all you ...

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. — 22 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT m m George,' ' -v T Tl I T would be perfect folly, George," the girl was saying "Thanks," the man re plied, a little hurt "You know Tery well what I mean. It would be foolish worse than foolish for us to marry and it is not because I do not love you, she added, earnestly. What on earth is necessary ex cept love?" asked the impatient man. The girl laughed. "Much much more," she said. "You admit, for In stance, that you are absolutely bored to death In the country, that picnics, any kind of outing where you have to get down to nature is uninteresting t you. Even today you chafe under the " discomfort of having to sit on a mossy . mound instead of in a mahogany arm chair with a leather hassock at your feet. You would rather hear the clang of a trolley car than the song of bird; you would rather eat a six- course dinner in a brilliantly lighted restaurant with music and the gay chatter nf many companions than sit down quietly in your own home to simple domestic meal...

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. — 22 December 1911

I 1 I THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT "J y l ' ' ii 11 Has moved to Hubbard's Drug Store and opens up with Silverware and Cut Glass. All new Stock. Prices right. Fine Snow Monday night it began to snow. It did snow, and the snow was fine, for the editor of this newspaper was out in the snow from 12 . o'clock when we left Hugoton un til we got in here at 3:30 Tuesday morning. The snow continued all day Tuesday, Tuesday night and for a while Wednesday morning. The sun came out Wednesday about the middle of the forenoon for the first time this week. The snow was great. It fell slowly without any wind and has covered the great fields of wheat to a depth of from fourteen to twenty-six in ches. It is a good, wet, heavy snow, worth more to the country than we can well imagine now. Everybody, except the merchant with the big Christmas stock, is rejoicing. They will feel better after Christmas day for everybody out here prospers in the same pro portion as the farmers. When the farmers have good crops, ...

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. — 22 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT It NEELEY SPOKE HERE And a Big Crowd Came to Hear Him It lias been a lone: time since there was as good a speech in Lib eral as that given by George Nee ley at the Opera House Monday afternoon. In fact it has been since October 11, when Champ Clark was here. In spite of the fact that the meeting was held during the afternoon of a busy day just a week before Christmas, and in spite of the bad weather a good crowd turned out to hear George Neeley make his campaign speech. The speech was a dandy, and he was interrupted a number of time by applause. Neeley got the audience all right. There were republicans and democrats sitting together both applauding his ad dress on progressive government. "About the only difference these days between the stand pat repub licans and the conservative demo crats" said Hon. George Neelev. "is the fact that the republican stands for a protective tariff while the democrat is for tariff for rev- , erue only. The only difference between t...

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. — 22 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT (Tire Jlurins JJrayer (The following beautiful composition wa found on the battlefield at Charlestown, during the war and it was written by a wounded comrade who did not live to get home. It is quite a literary curiousity.) Thou to the mercy seat our souls must gather, To do our duty unto Thee - - Our Father To whom all praise, all honor should be given; For Thou art the great God Who art in Heaoen Thou, by Thy wisdom, rul'st the world's whole fame Forever, therefore, - Hallowed be Thg Name Let never more delay divide us from Thy glorious face, but let - Thg Kingman Come; Let Thy commands opposed be by none, But Thy good pleasure and Thg Will Be Done And let our promptness to obey be even The very same - In Earth as 'tis in Heaven Then for our souls, 0 Lord, we also pray, Thou would'st bo pleased to - Give us this dag The food of life wherewith our souls are fed, Sufficient raiment, and - Our dailg bread; With each needful thing do Thou relieve us, And of Thy me...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 22 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT wwr r v AD Walllngford been any thing but a wealthy bach elor and accustomed to hav ing everything he wanted, the circumstances would have seemed less of a calamity. u He had been on his way to San Francisco to spend Christmas with his favorite married sister; and midway! in the most barren desert of away by winter gales. His destina tion could not possibly be reached un til Christmas was well over. VVullingford cast a glance out over the wide stretch of rolling plains with only a few scattered shacks to break their endless waste; and then he ' looked back to his bulging suit case. The latest and most wonderful toys lie could find in the city shops Were crowded into that bag, for his sister's only boy. Then, not caring whether or not a highwayman might be looking In at the window bt the parlor car, he took a Bin all box from his waist coat pocket and looked sorrowfully at a ring from which three exquisite diamonds flashed back at him, , Walllngford leaned back i...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 22 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT V H rir VW want w mf n "-'T-'-"'lnfit Irimt LAKE BROS. So The Ward Building xn "i?1 rs) ir n n? A F 1 m m a hi We will start our Introduction Sale, Thursday, December 21, and offer for the next 9 days some very rare bargains. You will find our stock of Dry Goods, Ladies Furnishings and a large line of shoes, also Men's Hats and Furnishings at prices that will be bargain prices. On every article in the house, we offer you an oppor tunity that you cannot afford to pass. Remember every article in our store will be on sale during this time and every price a bargain. Sale Begins Tuesday at o'clock and Ends December 30th County School News. By Mary E. Todd. One of the best teachers and we have a Rood many) In Seward count; writes us: "This is my first exper ience in sending in examination grades, and I aim to be teachable and I assure you that 1 am teachable. 1 want to do the very best for the school that I have contracted to teach. I want to do what the state require...

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. — 29 December 1911

L iMm ;Mleral ei(Bra -f - (lio H,torkai "Successor to The Liberal Independent" Vol. 5. No. 35 Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, December 29, 1911 $1.50 Per Year Xh OUR CHRISTMAS PRIZES Mrs. McCamant Wins Gold Locket and Chain Mrs. McCamant won the beauti ful gold locket and eliaiu in the contest for votes, accordion to the count Wednesday, she haying made the highest number of votes. Miss Saunders came next, and re ceived the gold fountain pen, the special prize offered by the Demo crat. Miss Vaoda Cross secured the special prize offered by, Tay lor's Drug Store, a sterling silver writing set. In our next issue there will be another list of valuable prizes of fered to our contestants. Do not forget that all of the votes of the present color, must be in by Wednesday, January 31, 1912. After that date, the present color will be worthless. At the count Wednesday the standing was as follows: 1 Maude Saunders ' Vanda Cross Susie Ellsaesser Ei he) Hantla Clara Childears Mrs. S. R. 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. — 29 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT The Liberal Democra (Successor to The Independent) Th Saward County Publishing Company CARL O. CODY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans Entered as second-clata matter January (t, 1011. at the pout office at Liberal. Kansas under the Act of March 3, 1879. "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. Tariff And Business Busiuefs conditions in the state of Kansas as a whole, do not now appear to be as bright as they could be. In almost every town in the state merchants hare been unable to move the big stock they bought in anticipation of a heavy fall business. These stocks will have to be moved, and the re suit will be a series of sales in al most every city m the state, where there is any amount of retail busi ness. The reason in some cases is that the people do not have the money, and in a great many other case...

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. — 29 December 1911

THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT Additional Locals 1912 is Leap Year. P, S. Climbers . is in . Quymon this week' on business. The next presidential election will held November 5tb. 1912. Probate Judge J. VV. Campbell, spent Christmas day with friends in Wichita. . . Mr. and Mrs. John Blake and children are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Blake. C. E; Woods of the iirst Nation al Bank is in Rapid City visiting his son, Chas. E. Woods. Alifo ftiiir1a NaiinrtarQ roll A 1G enjoying a vacation in Bedford, Va., is expected home next week. Mr. and Mrs. L. (J. Yocura are in Kansas City this week the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Scoit. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Martin of Garden City aro the guests of their .daughter,' Mr. Abe K. Stoufer. Mr. and Mrs. 1. N. Pennington are entertaining their daughter, Mrs E. R. Tregallas and husband of Iuka, Kansas. Miss Elsie and Vina Hicks who OIQ OVUUCU U3 ll( lilJU It Iff, II aviuui left for their home near Hugoton the first of the week. Edwin Summers and wife of Guymon a...

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. — 29 December 1911

TM LIBERAL DEMOCRAT "'n -:'.'Mi "'nni-rfUi' ri nii;ijtT-rT"T,'-. ' '-''-',4iiir',-riV-iiiiriliiiii"A' '-'i.'ii'rt "And the feast of ingathering at the year's end." Exodus xxxiv, 22. So the year dies, and so Into the afterglow All the year's days go. We count them, one by one, Days filled with shade or sun. Days of great tashs begun, Days of achievement; Days when we, weaft. and frail, Felt all our courage fail, When we, benumbed and pale, Met our bereavement And far and far away We find the year's first day But was it sad or gay, , Can we remember? Slowly they die, the days, As does some ruddy blaze End in a smohing haze Or crumbling 'ember. Joys there were joys to spare, Griefs there were griefs to bean . Ah, and the joys all fair Spent on the morrows ! Joys were the clinKing gold Dropping from out our hold We, liKe to misers old, Clung to our sorrows. And this is stranger still, Sorrows that worhed us ill Nor grow as sorrows will, ' To things we cherishj . v . . .,. And put of all...

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. — 29 December 1911

THE LIBERAL, DEMOCRAT Additional Locals Bert Whim? is in Wichita this week on business. Harry Magruder went to Meade Tuesday on business. The County Commissioners will meet on January 1st. U.; J. Warren came up from Guymon Thursday morning. The Mrs. Craigs' entertained a number of friends Christmas.- Hubert Judy of Liberal was in Beaver last Monday on business. Judge Hullz, who is ill at his home here, is reported to be in proving. . Mrs. Os:ar Hale of Hayne spent Christmas with her father, B. E. Blake. ,' - Mrs. James Shorb, daughter of Judge Hultz, is here from Pala- duro county Mrs. F. E. Kennedy of Norton. Kansas, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.Ohas. Taylor. Mrs. E J Thayer left for th eastern part of the state Wednes -day, for a short visit. Mrs. U J. Warran of Guymon. arrived Wednesday, to her father, Judge Hultz who is ill. Mrs. Weidensaul is entertaining her sister, Mrs, Royer and tw children, of Leona, Kansas. Miss Ada Hobble and Mr. George Quinlan weredinner guests at the Flo...

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. — 29 December 1911

t Ethelton Items. 28 miles northwest of Liberal.) Intended fur last week Ether Frye and family took Sunday dinner with A. D. Bun gartner and wife. THE LIBERAL, DEMOCRAT Mrs. E. Schweitzer, son Will and Milton Buck called at E. J. Hoyts Sunday afternoon, ' , Geo. Schweitzer made his usual call at J. W. Rays Sunday even- K. T..Day and "wife spent Sun- . 1 '.I T T T-v .1 !I aay wun r. n. Lay anu lauiujr. Mrs.- C. D. Day spent three days last week with Mrs. Seger in Stevens county. (J. D. Day, L. G. Vandeveer and Roy Harrison made a business trip to Dodge City last week. L. G. Vandeveer has made commutation proof on his home stead and he intends to, move this week to Clark county to live. There was quite a successful box supper at the Brown school house last Thursday night. We understand that the proceeds were $35 which will be used for a V t Mrs. A. P. Ridenour called on on Mrs. C. D. Day on Thursday afternoon. The Santa Fe railroad surveyors ranch. W. N. Warford is in Oklahoma at pres...

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. — 29 December 1911

Hit HBEkAL DEMOCRAT The New Tear begins earliest on the 180th meridian, that Is at the part of the world which Ilea exactly oppo site Greenwich, on the magic line where Bailors have to jump a day either forwards or backwards, accord ing as they are sailing with or against the sun. The earth rotates on its ' ails once every twenty-four hours, so that in the oauie period of time the sun apparent ly circles the earth. Supposing we travel around the earth in the same direction as the sun, and at a speed great enough to keep it in sight, then we get back to our starting point with, out once seeing a sunset, so that as far as we are concerned It Is still the same day. As a matter of fact, it is It was New Year' night. An aged man was standing by the window. He .mournfully raised his eyes toward the deep blue sky, where the stars were floating like white lilies on the sur face of a clear, calm lake. Then he .cast them on the earth, where few more helpless beings than himself were moving to...

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. — 29 December 1911

: the libe&al democrat County School New. By Mary E. Todd, Join the regiments of "Great Hearts', Of the men who "do and dare" March with privates. Yes, and surely 'Gainst the ranks of "I don't care." Join the "Laugh when all is blue" boys; Under Colonel "Stick It out." Drill with Captain "Put It over" And Lieutenant -'Let them shout," Learn the riglment's favorite march "Welre Going On Ahead" '"Never Give Up" "Fight Smiling" "Orily The Dead are Dead" So shall you "get the habit" Just through that steady drill Of. "Do, DoBetter and Do More" In the army of I will. After all it Isn't the state of the weather that makes a happy Christ mas. The enjoyment of the season grows from a contented and chari table heart. Every Christmas will be full of sunshine if we attune our hearts to Its kindly sentiment. The "Boy Ralslug" bulletins pub lished by W. A. McKeever, professoi of philosophy at the Kansas agricul tural college, are now wanted in old Scotland. Lord Pentland, secretary for Scotl...

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 January 1912

"Successor to The Liberal Independent" i" VVVoL 5. No. 36 liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, January 5, 1912 $1.50 Per Year ANOTHER PRIZE GIVEN A Set of Spoons Given Away Next Week The managers of the bis piano contest have decided to give an other prize, which will be a set of Roger Bros, tea spoons. This will be awarded to the contestant making the greatest train between January 3 and January 10. The winners of former prizes are again barred from competing for . this special prize, which is on display this week in the windows of the Taylor Drug Store. At the count Wednesday the standing was as follows: "X ' Maude Saunders Vanda Cross 250,870 184,270 C3.7M 70.:ili 31,510 87,080 3.4ti0 19,5fN 14,095 15(830 10,510 8,510 li,7IO 8,390 ti.ll'.H) 0,040 (1,400 (1,970 8.9(Mi 0.170 , 3,070 4,490 3,050 4.010 8,730 2,280 4,3.10 5,030 3,040 ,930 .5T 2,340 1,8(10 3,320 i l Susie Kllsaesser Ethel Hantla Clara ChlMears . Mrs. 8. U. McTamant Amy Howies 'Freda Harris Opal .lennison - Laura Woo...

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 January 1912

The Liberal Democrat (Successor to The Independent) Th Sewird County Publihln Compan$ - CARL G. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every. Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Entered as seconrt-clasn matter January , llitl. at the ixwt ollice at Uliuial, Kansas under the Act of Man 3. Ifflt. "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. Looks Good for Neeley With the campaign for the elec tioo of a congressman from this district near a close it looks a though the present indications pointed strongly toward the eluc tioD of Hon. George Neeley of Hutchinson, who is the1 candidate on the Democratic ticket. He has made a strong, clean race, and everywhere has been well received The bad weather prevented an un usually large crowd from hearing his speech here, but during his da. in Liberal, Mr. Neeley met a num ber of the business men of the town. To meet George Neeley is...

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