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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 25 October 1912

The Liberal Deraccra v A. E. BLAKE. Ownar PAUL M. STOUTER, Editor Published every Friday morning; at' Liberal, Seward County, Kans Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Entered u aecoud-cliua matter January 1811, at the Host office at Liberal, Kansas rnler 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 DEMOCRACY'S CASE II A NUTSHELL mm Woodrow W I lion. Woodrow Wilson, in Five Short Speeches, Presents the Vital Issues of this ' Campaign THE TARIFF We stand in the presence of an awakened nation.. Plainly it is new age. There are two great things to do. One is to set 'up the rule or " JiiBtlee and right in such matters as the tariff, the regulation of trusts and the prevention of monopoly. The business of government is to separ ate special and particular interests trom the beneral interests of wide communities. The' initial task this '' year is to get our governm...

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. — 25 October 1912

County it Viv BY It la mv Joy In life To find at every turning of the road The strong arm of a friend Td help me onward with my load. And since I have no gold to give And love alone must make amends, My only prayer is while I live: God make me worthy of my friends. The average cost of education in the country district schools of Sew ard county, on average dally attend ance is $5.03 per pupil, per month. For the pupils in the grades, in uu eral, the cost Is $2.15 per pupil, per month on average daily attendance In the High school the cost per pu pil per month on average daily at tendance Is 16.74. Fifty-one teach ers were employed In the Seward county schools the past year. The average salary of the rural teach ers was $49 per month; of the teach ers in the grades in Liberal, $62 per month and those In the High school averaged $81 per month. The taxpayers of Seward county spent almost $30,000 for school pur poses during the year 1911-12. The rural schools expending $14, 660.88 and ha...

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. — 1 November 1912

TT 71 .D)0ll)Fat 'Sixth Year. Number 27 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912 $1.50 Per Year THE PEOPLE HAVE A RIGHT TO KNOW The Revised statutes of the State oC Kansas, Set-. 3071. Provide: That the sheriff shall make a quarterly statement to the hoard of County Commissioners of all fees charged and collected, during the preceding quuiter, and provides the penalty for such neglect of ten dollars per day, and forfeiture of his oltice. We would like to know why Mr. Eldson has not made th's report as provided hy law. And we wonder If an officer who will not obey the law, Is the proper person to enforce the law? COM. AN OPENJ.ETTER To The Chairman Of The Republican County Cen tral Committee V . K W Liberal Kans,. Nov. 1 M.v Dear Sir: A friend of mine from the Country just iianded me a letter he had received from you in which the following paragraph appeared, "when you vote for sheriff on November the 5tb, vote for H. II. Eidson. because he saved the tax payers money....

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. — 1 November 1912

The Liberal Democrat A. e. BLAKE. Ownar PAUL M. STOUFER, Editor Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Enured as aecond-eUss matter .lanuarv 8, 1911. at the post office at Liberal, Kansaa Oder Ibe Act of March 3. 1879. There's so much good Id 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 EMOTION OF WILSON WILL NOT DISTVRB BUSINESS CONDITIONS was led by the fighting Republican insurgents in the United States Sen ate." A national convetulon ot Progres sive Republicans will be held next April in Chicago, at which each state will be asked to have representation. The movement will be re-organlzed and a four years' fight will be begun to purify American politics through the medium of the Republican party. Mr. Spreckles said that California would be carried for Wilson by the aid of Republican votes. Senator Blaine said that the same would hap pen in Wisc...

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. — 1 November 1912

r FOR SAIiK Four-room house with . windmill LIGHT Oil ANCIENT ! PANIC ARGUMENT History Demolishes Republican Claim That Democrats Make Hard Times. and fenced, In Block 1, Jones addi uy Your Goal tion, City of Liberal. Inquire of T. E. MCDOWELL, Box 23 Dalhart, Texas. fwAiJ' ' Light & Stoufer have a half section ot land for sale at a sacrifice price. IIOrSK MOVING If you want a building moved, write or see me for figures. All work guaranteed. 8-30-tf L. W. BAUERSFIELD. Liberal, Kansas. 1893 WAS UNDER HIGH TARIFF PI THE MAGNET CAMPAIGN MUD ANGERS JETERAN "Comrade" Editor's Effort to Distort Democratic Position on Pensions Rebuked. CIRCULAR TO G. A. R. POSTS Sought "Mean" and "Harsh" Ex pressions by Wilson Supporters, but Finds Facts the Reverse. Ignoring the fact that the Democrat ic Iioukb passed the most liberal pen sion bill in the history of the United Slates and that it was the Republican smiate that reduced the appropriation the editor of the National Tribune of Washington h...

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. — 1 November 1912

TIfJELY HlfiTS FOR FARMERS Use of Scales In Feeding. The beat and practically the only Way ou van tell whether Ms animal are making proper gains or not Is by toe us8 of scales, writes W. A. Popke la Farm and Fireside. A frieud of mine who gave me the data used here tried Ibis on a colt last year. The colt weighed 130 pounds ,wueu foaled and was weighed every iweek for the first six months, with tbe following results: Three and three fourth pounds average dally gain first uontb, three and onerourtn pounas lverase dally gain second month, three pounds average dally gals third and fourth months, two and one-uair pounus average dally gain tbe fifth and sixth months. At ten months tbe colt weighed 870 pounds and had made a daily gain of about two and one-fourtb pounds, which is very good for a grade Perch erou. Tbe. colt was allowed all the whole oats and bran It would cleau up until Ave months old. Her mother was work ed nearly every day. and the colt suck ed four times a day from 8 o'c...

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. — 1 November 1912

Ill THE REALM OF FASHION A Striped Silk Costume. TliU striped silk dress In black and white Is trimmed with wide bands of (iltt in silk mill moussellne. The bodice lias bretclles o( the transparent fabric edged with silk, ending In a abort tab below a crushed girdle of silk. Then BtACK-AND WHITS BILK DBRSS. Is slight fullness at the hips. Two . bauds on the skirt tire applied In hori zontal lines. A chemisette and under sleeves are of shadow luce, while the uso of white buttons on the vest and dark ones on the plain satin Is notice able. Ribbont For Fall Millinsry. It is generally believed that ribbons will play an Important part in the mil linery world during the coming season, says the Dry Goods Economist. Pratn plcot or loop edged ribbons will con tinue in use, and striped plcota are to put in an appearance. . Changeable moire, grosgrnln and faille with satin edge and taffeta with crown edge aro all expected to score. These varieties, are noted on the new models in Bat bow arrang...

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. — 1 November 1912

THOMPSON'S CANDIDADACY APPEALS TO KANSAS VOTERS Democratic Candidate for United . States Senator Will Legislate For the Best Interests of People of Kansas. The candidacy of Judge William H. Thompson, who Is asking for elec Hon to the ollite of United States sen a l.o i' from Kaunas, should appeal to every man In Kansas. Thompson ha made good in every position of true he ever has been called upon to fill And he represents the energy o young manhood In Kansas. Althougl young be has had the experieuc and training that particularly fl; him for the otlice he Is seeking. II Is serving his second term as Judy JUDGE W. H. THOMPSON, Democrat Candidate for.U. S. Sena ate Represents People of Kansas. of his judicial district, having mad': good In his first term. lie Is clear headed; can be relied tilKin to stand with senators who are favoring thoroughly progressive leg Islalion. lie is fearless and forceful aiid In his work as judge has inaugiir Hied a number of reforms that have attracted wid...

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. — 1 November 1912

Society 1 On Tuesday evening, October 29, the members of the Liberal Woman's Club were tendered the privilege of coming in ghost's atiire, accompan ied by a chosen escort, to the home of Dr. R. T. Nichols and wife, which, on the outside was a wierd image of all Hallowe'en decoration; the host esses being Sirs. K. T, Nichols, .Mrs. rtiilt, Mrs. Edmonds, Mrs. C. W. Eidson, Mrs. Ed .Marne, Mrs. O. T. Wood and .Miss Irene Vickers. All o-lwat (riiouta o nil ntliulu uopu likewise received at every door by a ghost'in sheet and pillowcase and ushered to the pumpkin bowl of cider presided over by a witch in conven tional witch costume, rio also proved in her wigwam' of corn fodder, light ed by a jaek-o-lantern, where each sought his fate or fortune, After all had been admitted, a cir cle was formed around the tire place imd each ghost's experience of his life In the inferno was related. After this the lights ere turned on and each guest was given eight peanuts which they endeavored to throw ...

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. — 1 November 1912

4 II m. II bounty wuiioui-iiuno BY I JmZ!Lww rrv Jiv in a fresh beginning Listen, my heart, to the giaa retrain And S?b& foretasted and possible . . i TakeTaYt with the day and begin Itta only in the stress of fine emotions and ideas mat a person may truly be said to live. uy lie iu iu .... n. ci-ta A errfcultural college ... ... ,. uriahoa to 4'orrefluunu witu ure niua .hiirclii.R in Seward Co Will the pastors of these churches please send me their names or if they wish they may correspond person ally with Kdwin L. Holton, .Man hattan, Kansas. . Mr. J. T. Watson of District No. 13, came in and turned over his bookg as clerk of District No. 13. He leaves overland for Manchester, Oklahoma, this week. We are sorry to lose Mr. Watson as a member oi the school board. He has always kept the books In splendid Bhape for his district and teachers have always liked to teach tuere because of the spirit of good will shown in the whole neighborhood. Seven hundred thirty-eight girls not incl...

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. — 8 November 1912

EST Ani wuw8 IFTn. 1 literal emo mi Sixth Year. Number 28 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912 $150 Per Year WIL ELECTED 13)13) IE? 1?!! DENT THE COMMON PEOPLE OF THE NATION HAVE AT LAST SPOKEN FAMOUS BUSINESS LOCATEJN LIBERAL Mi'. J. T. Carlson of Di'iiughon's Col lege 1 1 Lot's Have It Mr. J. T.-Carlson of Kansas City, Mo., representative of tho Draughon's Practical Bus'ncss College Company of Nashville, Tenn., Is in tlie city with view of establishing an up-to-date business college. Drauglion's is the greatest school corporation In the world, capitalized at $800,000, has 4S colleges in eigh teen states and more than 1. "ill, 000 successful graduates. The Liberal school will he in full keeping with those already established having the latest and most modern equipment. Mr. Carlson stated that a live and thorough going business college in L'beral will be a most important ad dition to the school life of the city and a great help to many of the young people of the ...

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. — 8 November 1912

The Liberal Democrat A. E.BLAKE. Owner PAUL M. STOUFER. Editor Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription I'riee $1 JiO lVr YVHr Kniered su:oiiil-i'last matu'r January 0. mil. at Hie nost olHce at I.llieial, Kansas nder the Act of March S. 1H7. 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 anj Of us to speak ill of tiie rest of us. Hooray! Can you guess why? One other good thing about an elect.on year is that the igar deal ers are able to get rid of all the old stock of idgars on hand. Never in the history of t'nlted States elections has there been more doubt in the minds of the people us to who would be elected. And ii you will notice, there are no great lug majorities as in former years. We have actually conceded all along thut Wilson would be elected but we thought that Uoosevelt would carry more states. Why did he nol carry California? What jsreat change has come over the voters since...

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. — 8 November 1912

iga I Sable I I Lorcha I I " I m Horace Hazeltine U (Oopjrlshl, Mill, A. O. Mat!lur Co.) 8YN0P8I8. CHAPTER I. Robert Cameron, Mpttal. st, consults Philip Clyde, newspapsr puh- tt.' JeKrd,nff anonymous ttireatsnlnir .....v.., u7 Jma rei-mvt-u. ins nri promiss auipis ol lne writer s power on a cer tain day. On that dnv iho l1 in mv.. terlously cut from a portrait of Cameroa wiiuo me latter is in the room. CHAPTER-JI.-Clyde has a theory that junraii was mummed Willi tile room v unurciipiea ana the head latT moved by means of a string, unnoticed CHAPTER III. Evalvn Uruvann f!.m, eron's nle.-A with wVt,-n m..i. i. in finds the head of Cameron's portrait nailed to a tree, wneie '" hat. been used n n iHrwi. uryue pledges Evelyn to crecy. JHAPTER TVClv.!.. Lir,.. ti,, Chinese boy emolovuil bv lhlltn Unr. phy, an artist llvliiif nearby, had borrowed a. rine iroin uamtron t lodgekeeper. CHAPTER V.-Clyde ma'tes an xeti to eall on .Murphy und Is puled. ft Pretends to be Invest IkhIIiu, alleged ...

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. — 8 November 1912

A FINE TRIP. Mr. John Baughman aud 0. M. Glenn recently made a trip across the western portion of Kansas, Ne braska and eastern Colorado by au tomobile, which they describe ae a Tery Interesting one, Indeed. Leav ing Liberal one morning, they looked over a ranch along the Arkansas river . norrfon rtv. BtoDnlnK over Vt&BL VI Vim . - .1 ih. inticr nlace. then going north, through Scott City, Colby At- wood, Kansas, and waiiace. to Sutherland, where Mr. Baughmar. bas a 21,000 acre ranch. They spent two days looking ovei the ranch, and the crops or thai country, which are fine this season. .w loavino- Sutherland, they went west through Ogalalla, Nebraska t Julesburg, and Fort Morgan, oio. and thence south to Mr. Baughman t 7160 acre ranch, 50 miles east o' r.., n,hih in helnz developed b) wells for irrigation. The first well was nearly completed at the time ol their visit, and the drillers wert confident it would deliver irom i.wi . i r.nn atlnnH at water per minute. thPv missed thr...

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. — 8 November 1912

COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDINGS. Office of Hie County Clerk. Seward Coun ty, KHI18US. Liberal, Kansas, October 7111, l12. Tlie Hoard of County Commissioners met in ri'BUlur session; present were J. K. Fuest, chairman; W. VV. Antrim unti l.ix Taylor, members of the Board; Clyde K Commons, County Attorney, and K. U. Cooper, County Clerk. The following claims atfamst Hie Coun ty, were by the l.oaiu examined and allowed: , , Kiilley, Lottie, Sunn, fees liuiulsl- I.oiih "' tutrroutfiiH AOil. Alch. '., ribbon and nepairs Francis, li. W., Boarding iuuper. ... 8.8u Wal.un, II. T., Coyote bounty 00 Dynes, C. T., Coyote' Uoumy S.OO liidtnoui-, A. I'., Coyote Bounty Ion CowkiII, Lester L, coyote iiuunty .... 8.UU Alixon, J. J., Coyole bounty 2.0u tout. us, Henry, Coyote Bouiii. 4.UU While, A. J., Coyole Bounty 1.W .Munis, VV. K Coyote Bounty Mihweitzer, W. Coyole bounty. .. l.tw White, lrwin, c'oyote Bounty 2.01' While, Klouxo, Coyole bounty UOiieal, e. it.. Coyole bounty l.Uo Miutli, fieine, Coyot...

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. — 8 November 1912

HOUNDING OUT SLIM FIGURES The New Styles, Such as the Pan nier and Accordion Plaiting, Adapted to the Needs of the Thin Woman. I'l'HLiCAnoX'scmvK (First publication October 25, 1912) IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of SEW ARD COUNTT, KANSAS J. P. Thurman and J. D. Alexander, Plaintiffs, vs. Charles L. Dean, et al, - Defendants. THE STATE OP KANSAS to Charles L. Dean, Dean, wife ot defendant Charles L. Dean and the unknown heirs, devisees, executors, administrators, trustees and assigns of each and all of the above named defendants, The Sbowalter Mortgage Company, a corporation, and the un known successors, trustees and as signs of The Showalter Mortgage Company: You, and each of you, are nereby notified that you have been sued by J. P. Thurman and J. D. Alexander In an action In the District Court of Seward, County, Kansas, and that STATEMENT OF THE OWNKHSHIP, A1A. AtiKMEJiT, CIKCULA ' TIO.V, ETC. of the Liberal Democrat, published weekly at Liberal, Kansas, required by tbe Act ol August 24, ...

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. — 8 November 1912

society si : is Mr. and Mrs. O. U. Woods were host and hostess at a seven-course dinner and whist Friday evening, In honor or Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cave naugh, who will leave soon (or the winter In Texas and Arizona. The place cards were in water colom surrounding 'a huge center piece ol white and gold chrysanthemums The fortunate guests Include Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. M P. Cavenaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ty nan, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cavenaugh ' One of the most enjoyable evonts of the Hallowe'en season was the en tertainmnt glvn by the Physical Cul ture Club under tiie efficient training and management of Mrs. Meyer, a the Presbyterian church, Thursday evening. Mrs. L. W. Stevesson and Mrs. B. M. Pech most cordially greeting each guest as they arrived. The Mother church of Liberal wa almost (beyond recognition in hei attire of bright autumn colors, black cats, srav cats, live cats, and tin many products of prosperous Kansas all very artistically arranged 1 The voting ladies e...

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. — 8 November 1912

J l-rY,r.L tajif tuiiii ulr FOR LIBERAL 0 IPracfrca D will open a college in LIBERAL just as soon as a class is organized. Five month's instruction right in Liberal guaranteed, which is plenty of time to complete a full course. School will be open five days each week from 8:30 A. M. to 9:15 P. M. THE SAME COURSES OF STUDY WILL BE GIVEN AS IN ANY OTHER DRAUGHON COLLEGE, including Draughon's New System of Bookkeeping "double entry made easy," the famous Graham-Pitman Shorthand. r'AI TDQI7Q QTI THY BUSINESS COURSE Embraces Bookkeeping, Bank- LUUtOJI13 Vr J l UiI ,W Commercial Arithmetic, Rapid Calculation, Commercial Law, Business Letter Writing, Spelling and Penmanship. STENOGRAPHIC COURSE Embraces Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship, Spelling, Business Letter Writing, Eng lish Grammar and Punctuation. COMBINED COURSE Embraces all the studies in both Busi ness and Stenographic Courses. RATFs OF TUITION BUSINESS OR STENOGRAPHIC COURSE Regular JrLlHtO J& 1 vlIAvii price in one of Dra...

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. — 15 November 1912

Tie Sixth Year. Number 2d LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912 $1.50 Per Year THOUGHT IT WAS FREE--AND POOR AT THAT Election n'slit, the ladies of the Needle Society of the Christian church served inn: h upon the stage at the hall. Hamburger sandwiches. lie and coffee. Many people lunched there that night and enjoyed It, paid for It and went on their way rejoic ing, with a glad heart, a full stomach and an empty pocketi-ook. Hut lo: there came upon this sene of plent.v a wanderer upon the face of the earth, yea, a frequenter of the tree lunch. He sat himself down upon the divans of the state and straight way stowed away the fatted calf with about as much mastication as a snake would have troubled himself with. Having finished the large portion allotted to him, he glared at the other beings gathered together, who were chewing exitedly. he growled, showed his teeth, wiped his mug upon his right paw, and beat It for the opening in the wall which led to the street. ...

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. — 15 November 1912

The Liberal Democrat A. E. BLAKE, Owner TnTsTOUFER. Editor Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward Count nans. Subscription eLMiPerVear leered 7icol-e mau-r J ,. at ibe lost olllce at Literal. huiw ndurtheAcvof Man a. M7tf. There's so much good in the worst of us, ami there's so much bad In bmiof us, that it doesn't behoove anj 01 us to speak 111 of the .rest of us. --f. H self reliant. Br penerous licou. m 1 Be civil. HEAD THE I'Ar&iw. ADVERTISE your business. Make money and do good witn a. Love your God and fellow men. Love truth and virtue. Love your country and obey its laws." If this advice be implcitly followed by they oudk men of the country, the meniullim is at hand. ,..,u (HlI'ltCH . ...in ha nn Sunday a. hoi oi ,'b r h ser a the City Hull next unday on account of Quarterly Meet ing at Roee Valley, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. i mou,v II. .11. V.J1I.., Pastor derdeep and lasting obligations to mv in a ii V friends who reave support ed hie so loyally, and shah ...

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