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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 24 February 1911

MAYOR MILLER " PULLS OFF BONEHEAD He Hands a Lemon to the Business Men of the Town, and Discounts the License Ordinance 96 Per Cent. Some time ago, a city council (and this was even in the reign of , King Dodo Miller) passed an or dinance placing a license of $25 a day on itinerant-sellers of merch andise, chattels, and patent medicines-. This was passed to protect the merchants here who pay city taxes, county taxes, state taxes and who in addition are constant givers to the various charitable enterprises which come up. These, the council thought, - should" be protected from fakers who blow in for a day or two with inferior stocks of goods, etc. But the Mayor was greater than even these, so this week when a couple of fel lows wanted to bring a lot of cloth ing in here, thev talked to him about it. The result was, thai after this conference, the mayor telephoned the city clerk that he had "fixed" it with the fellows who wanted the license and told her to issue the license for $3 for ...

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. — 24 February 1911

ON THE EVE OF WEDDING Inman Young Man, to be Wed Next Week, is Killed. Inman, Feb. 22. Peter Plett, aged 25, a prominent young man of near here, was to have been married next week to Mis9 Beck er, of Liberal. His tuneral oc cured yesterday. A few days ago he was pulling trees with a team. 'A double tree broke striking him in the chest. He lived 6ve days suffering greatly. Hutchinson News. For The Young People. The Young People's societies of the various societies will hold a Union service at the Christian church at six o'clock next Sunday evening. "Negro Evangelization and Work Among The Mountain Whites of Our Own Country'' will be discus sed briefly by representatives from each society, an inspiring song ser vice and other features are "being planned. The program is not yet completed, but the committee is able to announce the following numbers at this time: Scripture Heading, by the congre gation Solo Miss Bryant Brief reports on "Work Among Negroes" James Sealey, Grace Etzold and ...

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. — 24 February 1911

SHAMPOO We have a large and fine assortment of High Grade Shampoo Preparations. . Good Shampooing is one of the essential things to insure beautiful hair. We have both dry and wet shampoo. Let us show you the goods. iARD'S DRUG STORE - HUBB k 3 , W.C. T.U. Notes Miss Zoe Atchinson excelled our fondest hopes when she gave the fine address on the subject "Make Life Worth While" at the Christ ian church, Sunday evening, Feb. 19th. She held the audience in the "hollow of her hand" with her wit and her earnestness, We hope she may soon come again. Mrs. Grinstead,. the county pres ident of the W. C. T. U. presided in the absence of the local presi dent. Mrs, Anna Wheeler. Mrs. Mary Todd in her own inimitable way gave a talk and reading on Francis Willard and prohibition. The Choral Union with Mrs. Orr at the piano sang to our souls and Rev. Kellogg rendered one of Miss Willards favorites, Lead Kindly Light. This memorial honors one of our greatest citizens, a woman who espoused the pure l...

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. — 24 February 1911

KANSAS LEGlSUif DBS NOT MUCH BEING ACCOMPLISHED IN HOUSE OR 8ENATE. Both Branches Working Overtime But Not Making Much Progress. Stop Soldiers Home Vote. Thft house passed by a vote ot 70 to 40 the till introduced by C. C. God dard of Leavenworth county, remov lng the National soldiers home al Leavenworth from Its place of In fluence In county and state politics Thei-a are about 1.600 old soldiers al the home and very few of them went to the home from Kansas. Most ol them are from other states. Yet un der the present law they have been vntins in Leavenworth county. They have voted on county, district and state Issues and candidates. The uoa durrt hill Drovldes that the votes ol those who are from other states be oen tn their homos In those state to be counted. Any old soldier from Kansas who Is at the home may vote in Kansas but outsiders are prohibit ed from so doing. The home vote has in a hie naiiet In Leavenworth con ty politics and Dr. Goddard says the politicians of that count...

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. — 24 February 1911

Additional Locals The weather we had last week was very trying to automobile men. Mrs. T. W. Gaw will entertain the XX 500 Olub Friday evening. C. A'. Grimsley .was a' plesant caller at this office the first of the week. - The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church met this week with Mrs. L. W. Stevessson. Rev. Kellogg and family were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Printz last Sunday, for dinner. Mr. W. 0. Woods left Tuesday for Kftnsaa Citv. to attend the an- ual convention of grain dealers. A concert by the the best local talent will be given at the Presby terian church next Wednesday evening. . While the severe weather of,the past week was a hard one on stock men, we have not heard of a single loss from the storm. The Democrat has recently turn ed out some very attractive sta tionery printed in three colors, for one of the leading firms Qf the city. A. E. Blake returned last week from an extended visit to the east ern markets. While in St. Louis and Kansas City, he visited 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. — 24 February 1911

ft. . MtnLim i ami i ii'n in-,..! mii'.ii'Ulnii V m iin linw.mw. nhwihim urn urn' Man-Tailored Suits, Goats and Skirts for Women and Misses By special arrangement we represent one of the most up-to-date tailoring establishments in the country making only strictly man-tailored garments to individual measure. We cordially invite you to inspect our PORTFOLIO OF FASHIONS FOR SPRING 1911 which includes sixty distinctive, authoritative styles and over two hundred materials. Prompt delivery and satisfaction in style, fit and quality guaranteed. DRY I'.' '. ' THE STORE THAT GIVES PREMIUMS County School News. Come, let vs Hoe for our children. The man who wins is the man who does. The man who makes thiinfs hum and brou The man who works and tho mau who acts Who builds on a basis of solid facts; Who doesn't sit down to mope and dream Who bumps ahead with the force of stoam Who hasn't the time to fuss and fret But ifeta there every tlme-you let! The man who wins Is the man who wears A smile to...

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. — 3 March 1911

"Successor to The Liberal Independent" Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, Friday, March 3, 1911 Vol. 4. No. 44 $1.50 Per Year '! )' T"T- ' fTT 'I11"'?1, CWT"'! n & MJkYOtil ' ) Miller Has Charges Evidence Tends He Has Been In Milk He Annex Cafe. A Warrant and Complaint has Been Issued by the County Attorney. Some time ago, complaipts were made to Staples Quails Dropri- Vetors of the Annex Cafe that the milk they were selling was not good. They began to investigate . the milk sold to them by' J. E. Miller, Mayor of Liberal, and Sam Gilbert, who lives north of town. ' They found that- the milk Miller was selling them was very blue, and had the appearance of having been watered. Harry Staples took a sample of the milk sold them by Miller and sent it to D. M. Wil son, State Dairy Commissioner at -Manhattan. He received from him the following letter: STATE DAIRY COMMISSION: D. M. Wilson, Commissioner M, R. Alleman, Deputy Manhattan, Kans.j 2, 17 '11 -Messrs. Staoles & Quails, Libera...

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. — 3 March 1911

The Liberal Democrat (Successor to Th Independent) Th Saward County Publlahin Company CARL C. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans, Entered as second-class mutter January lull, at the post office at Liberal, Kansas, under the Act of March 3, 1S7I). "There's so much good In the worst of us, and there's so much bad in the " best of us, that It doesn't behoove any of us to speak 111 of the rest of us. The Coming Election The city campaign is fairly started. ThiYis one struggle that the fellows in the country miss. The coming election promises to be an exciting one, and there will, no doubt, be a number of sore spots after it is over. In this're spect, the farmer has .a decided advantage over the townsman, for he misses all the trouble and Mis- cord that the election creates. An election is like a game of poker, in that some one has to win, and the otter fellow loses. Its hard for most of us to lose, and difficult to keep from showing...

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. — 3 March 1911

PIEOEES SLUIEBEO INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM AND RECALL ARE DEAD. Both Fat) of Necesnry Two-Thlrdi Majority Chances for Extra 8eilon Now Loom Up , Splendid. . - Topeka. Kan. The " Initiative and referendum and the recall are dead In o far as this session 1b concerned The senate has killed them a second time. Xhe . house passed them after the senate had killed them once and checked them up to the upper tody again. The senate repeated its for mer performance. The initiative and referendum amendment was killed by a vote of 15 to 24. It took a two thirds majority to adopt it, hence It failed by three votes. The recall did not even see day light in the senate, as it was killed by a vote of 18 to 21. It also required a two-thirds majority. If, as has been said by people In close touch with Oovernor Stubbs, It depended upon the action of the legislature upon these two measures whether there shall be a special session called, it would ap pear that a special session is certain. Both measures w...

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. — 3 March 1911

Winter Aid SMfliiiF Are both alike, good times to cook with the Blue Flame Goal Oil Cooli Stove Folks used to think they were only for hot weather. This is a mistake. We now sell them every month in" the year. They are cheaper to cook with than any other fuel, and cleaner. We have both the two and -. ., , ' three burner, with or without the cabinet back, with or without the baking oven. Two Burner $8.00. Three . Burner $11.00. Two Hole Ovens $2.25 and $2.50. ON TRIAL. 1 -.Scandrett t f iiest 1 County School News. Come, let us Hoe for our children. I lift mine eyes airainst the sky. The clouds aro weoplnir so am I i 1 lift mine eyes aifalu on hlirh, The sun Is mullinir. so am I. Why do I smile, why do I ween? I do not know; It ties too deeu. I hear the winds of autumn aidi. They break my heart, they make me cry, I hear the hlrdsof lovely Hurlmr, My hope revives, I help them slnir. Why do I shut? Why do I cry? H lies too deep; I know not tfhy. A bird sings, a child prattles, but it is...

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. — 3 March 1911

1 Additional Locals Miss Francis Walters of Meade will be the guest of Mrs. F. A. McCoy, Friday. Mrs. M. F. Cavenaugn of Fow ler, is the guest of Mrs. 'J. H. Cavenaugh this week. MissVelmapradling returned the past week from an extended visit with relatives at Sylvia, Kas. " v . - . m t Mr. J. W. Maxwell returned Monday from' Missouri where he was called by the death of his tatner. - Fred Moore the pharmacist at Taylor's drug store, left Monday for a week's visit in, Kansas City and St. Louis. - ' Miss Carrie Ennis has returned from her eastern trip in the in terest of up-to-date millinery for the' Economy Dry Goods Co. v ' W. G. McCuIlough was out at his farm last week and .while step ping off a sled had the ' misfortune to dislocate his' ankle. - He is not yet able to return to town, and his brother J. V. McCuIlough, is run ning the postoffiice barber shop alone during his absence. For a tailor made corset with an unbreakable and non-rustable stay see Mrs. J. B. Phillips, resident...

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. — 3 March 1911

e p2 ti tfv iff Uf .H- lilt )m'k Our line of smoker's goods is far beyond the average and we ask that you call on us for anything in that line. Our cigars are always in excellent condition and our stock is complete. The latest in Pipes, Pipe Stems and Cigar. Holders Additional Locals Earl Moon went to Meade Sun day night on business. G. C. Brown was a business cal ler in Liberal Saturday. Prof. L. P. was in Liberal Payne of last week. Hooker Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan, Feb. 25, 1911, a girl. P. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hos kinson, Feb. 22, 1911, a girl. J. . Mann made a business trip to Hutchinson the first of the week. L. D. Weidensaul returned the first of the week from a trip to Kansas City. Kemper Funk and Gene Perk ins attended the dance in Meade Saturday night. Mr. L. C. Miller of Pratt was in Liberal Saturday looking after his new building here. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Gasaway left for an extended visit with friends and relatives at Charlston, 111. If you want to save money, ...

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. — 3 March 1911

Centcrvalley. Well, it rained some more, then we got some sleet, and Anally ten Inches of snow. When this snow melts the ground will be wet to a depth of two or three feet. We wonder If those people who have been asking the old settlera If they thought It would ever rain any more In this country have had the question answered. Albert Welch's new barn Is getting a coat of red paint. Jesse Hanner delivered broomcorn at Liberal Tuesday of last week. Albert Welch and Jesse Hanner made a flying trip to Tyrone Wed nesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Falris and Mrs. Brubaker who have been visiting with W. P. Wright and family will start this week for their home in Illinois. Mrs. Wright and Curtis Stockstill will accompany them. Andrew Hockett and wife called at -Lon DeCamp's Monday of this week. nor preaching service last Sunday on account of the snow storm. Ralph Lewis was on the sick list last week. ' Little Jessie Mills who has been very ill with pneumonia is getting bet ter and we ...

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. — 3 March 1911

HOC -AND- Taste mighty good these mornings. The finest buckwheat flour and real ... maple syrup are in stock at Enterprise Mercantile Company Phone 8 Paul W. Light & Co. LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL POSTS AND A L PAUL W. LIGHT & CO. c Groceries Phone 66 Flour Pure Home Rendered Coun try Lard, also a line of Staple and Fancy Groceries which have the home flavor to be had at the Eagle Mercantile Go. Feed Phone 66 Coal HOUR GROCERIES ? ' ' ' ' ; BOUR'S "QUALITY COFFEE" . ' . ' ' '.. and ROYAL GARDEN TEAS CENTRAL GROCERY CO. , ,' ; - . -" - - - COAL ' FEED mmm A. L .Knisdy.2 j Office Over P.O. Res. Phone 180. Office Phone 235 -: The Domestic Science Club. The Domestic Science Club met with Mrs. J. N. Maxwell last Tues day afternoon. In spite of snow and mud a goodly number were present and a homy, happy, pleasant afternoon was enjoyed by all. It was hard to tell which worked the harder, the ladies who did the embroider ing or the ladies who did the talk ingpossibly the latter. A del...

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. — 10 March 1911

rm TP ofl Its "Successor to The Liberal Independent" Liberal. Seward County; Kansas -'Friday, March 10, 1911 Vol. 4. No. 45 $1.50 Per Year UJiU Wli BI SEVERAL ARRESTS : v MADE They are the Result of the Inquisitions Held by the County Attorney ' .! For some timo- the county . offi- cers have been quietly gathering evidence against offenders in this community, una last week this resulted in several arresst. Inquisitons were started Satur day morning, and continued over the first of the week. , On the complaint of J. N. Stick , ler, a warrant for the arrest of A. J. Rheuby was issued, and he was brought in by the sheriff Thursday of last week. He was - charged with stealing a ton of hay from Mr. Stickler, and was dismissed upon payment of the costs of the case and paying ! Mr. Stickler for the hay. -. j ' Last Friday evening, Sheriff Eidsoo, Deputy 0. M. Cole and Sid Long met the local from the x east, and arrested J.. C. Harper as hegotroff the train. : Harper is :'r said to have bee...

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. — 10 March 1911

The Liberal Democrat (Successor to The Independent) Th Seward County Publishing Company CARL G. EDDY Editor and Publisher. Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans Entorrd as second-class matter January 0, Ml. at the post office at Liberal, Kansas, under the Act of M arch 3, ". "There's so mucli good In the worst of us, and there's so much bad In the best of us, that it doesn't behoove any of us to speak ill of the rest of us.' The ticket the Citizen's Party have put in the field is comoosed of the most conservative men of the town, and for this reason many are opposing them. We believe the town should receive all the improvement she can afford. A more impulsive groupe of men might give us more improvements in two years but we would have to pay for it all in the end. We be lieve in the old adage about being slow but sure. That policy will win in the long run. If conditions are at all favorable after the legislative sessions are over, the SautaFe will probably t...

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. — 10 March 1911

"BILDAD" By Martha McCulloch William (CoyjrWht, mo, by Auociatad Uurary Frtw.) "B-i-l-d-a'-d spelUr "Bildad," the gang chorused be fore Graham could draw breath. . "Describe Bildad?" Graham said interrogatively. . Tb got a neck also a necktie - red mostly," from Campbell. . "Feet also we see 'era through its ocks," from Brown. "Shucks I Socks are all holes. Why don't you name its eye-wink ers? They are what the books call salient," from Skerry in a tone of disgust. "Tho class in unnaturaL history :n n ri nr,a V.Qa lit nn - Wlil all gu 1WU ATWfc the thing that makes Bildad Bil dad." Graham said severely. -- At this the rest looked mournful . TKIJ. J t,;W TT iir an Dave xmuau uiuiacu. oav u, animated interrogation point, ask ing suavely : "Won't you please ex plain? Or had I better ask you to discriminate r - ' . "Discriminations not allowed un der the eleventh rule and by-law of the camp," Campbell interrupted. "'. Skerry whistled. "I think it is - article 47," he said. "Anyway, mere...

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. — 10 March 1911

I ' t Centery,alley. More snow has fallen, which means more moisture In the ground and eventually better crops. , . Art. Wonder and family took -dinner with Lon DeCamp and family on the 26th instant. Albert Welch and Gladys Sessler took dinner with, the Nelson family the 26th. ' ' Jesse Ilanner and family spent March 2nd at B. A. Wonder's. Oscar Bowman has gone to Wich ita to assist with the erection of a house which is to be occupied by his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. M. S. Bowman. Chris. Turner and family wentto Liberal Friday. They remained over night visiting friends and relatives there. , Ed. Jones made Atrip to Liberal last week. On the way home he saw a number of loads by the roadside that the teamsters had abandoned on account of the mud. In some places the wagon wheels, cut Into the soft ground so deep that they sink to the hub. Now " is when the wide tired wagon comes in handy. i Jesse Hanner went to Liberal last Saturday to get a load of coal. - The ground was frozen to a dept...

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. — 10 March 1911

Monthly Report of Bluebell School. : DISTRICT 14 Our fifth months' school ended February 25, but the report was neglected until it was too late for last week's paper; yet better late than never. PnniU norffip.t in attendance . f i and punctuality were: Oscar and Walter Hainmontree, iSfton and Laura Hottinger and Claude Da vis. .' , - Those not tardy during the fifth month were: Loretta Shullenberg- er, Etta and Grace Hammontree, Burton Neff, Lily and Lizzie Cot zine, Wilda, Harry and Bertie Da- - t i ii jr i i 1 : ; v. vis, uiaays uiiuuru auu jciiijau Wright. The social on Valentine Eve was a decided success as the chil dren did their very best in the way of entertainment, Mr. Fred Depping brought his Eidson pho nogranh and ' furnished music whenever it was necessary to draw the curtain, and the gentlemen bid so generously on boxes and pies that we netted $31.25. The cakes were awarded to Amy Bowles, most popular young lady, and to Charles Hammontree, .; the laziest man. . The misfo...

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. — 10 March 1911

BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON By Stacy E. Baker Copyright, igio, by Aiooittd Literary Prm Annio Hartwell, behind the cur tains of her chamber, saw the strange young man deliberately pull up her cherished pansies and throw them away. . All this happened in the dim' light of the waning moon. At breakfast the next morning she stared curiously at her mother's guest. Her anger was gone. She merely wondered at the mania pos sessing the youth. Folwell was good looking. He did not look like t monomaniac He seemed unusually well balanced, and thoroughly posted. ' His gray eyes were frank to a point of positive candor, and they did not belie him. The youthful, well proportioned framn of Folwell was caloulated to appeal to any normal-minded maid. Annie had been quite won to this visitor irom we city. , Felix Folwell was an entire stranger to the Hartwells. He had come to them in their dainty Fair view home with letters of introduc- tion from mutual friends in the city, and he had consequently been ...

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