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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 15 November 1912

u 1 & ihe'.;-' Sable Horace Hazeltine ICopyrlglit, W13, A. a McUurg a Co.) 8YNOP8I8. CHAPTER I --RoberfCameron, aipftal. l, consult. Philip Clyde, newspaper pub- a f !mnu "ecelved The feet promise? - f.i mpta ithe writer's power on a cer- i J? CH ,rom Portrait of Cameron - while the latter Is In the room. vSIiATf.R-"-CIyde ha theory that ih..PnHlt wa5 mu'"t while the room was unoccupied and the head latT re- by Cme?onmean ' StrlnS' ,lnntl,:e, "' Sj. " .nJec,t wlth whom.Clyrte la In love, 5Sh!h h.ead of Cameron's portrait nailed to a tree, w.iera " hau been used orecy. y pltfdBe Evelyn to s- rhifTKER IVTCIy,,e learns that a' ihv .b?J' .e.mPloytd by Phlletus Mur- ,y.i a" artist Jlvlnjf nearby, had borrowed a rifle from Cameron't lodgakeeper. nCI.ltiPTER, v tayie makes an excii L. ! 1 it,urPhy and pinned. He J,?,1"3 .?e '"""'"satin,, allied In iractiong of the game laws and speaks of nndlna; the bowl of an opium olpe under the tree where Cameron's portrait win round. The Chlgese bo...

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. — 15 November 1912

JEW TALES THAT ARE TOLD Small Change. At the recent dinner given by An drew Carnegie an eminent lawyet seated halfway down the table was deeply immersed In conversation wltt his neighbor when the host opened uj the subject of the British coinage syi teui and showed signs of wishing an divided attention. "Every other civilized nation," he de ilulmed, "has the decimal system "WHT DO THB flAITISH CONTWOB THI COIN AUK OF FARTHINGS V" while England adheres to -the absurd and cumbrous table of pounds, shil lings and pence." Hnp-rup-rnp. The raps were for the lawyer, who remained absorbed In his own conver sation. "And even farthings," continu ed the Ironmaster "Is there anything else In Huiince so ridiculous as the farthing?" llap-nip. The lawyer glanced around some what Impudently. "Judge O.," Sir. Carnegie called out, "why do the Rrltlsh continue their coinage of farthings?" "To euable the Scotch to practice benevolence, Mr. Carnegie," returned the lawyer. Success Magazine. Ins and Outs...

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. — 15 November 1912

4- f. A HANDSOME DECORATION FOR , THE THANKSGIVING TABLE .-MB. ! ftr, Vv I K,,M...(a,rt,iW mi if mm & THANKSGIVING TAItLn A PRETTT tabe decoration for Thiinksglvin Is Illustrated here. Th vciucime ia a imsKei nnoa wini yellow tsic paper cliryaantbft mums. The basket Is hidden liy crimped Iritis of preen crape paper graduated in color from dark to mile irr...m Tho ,.iiioo , ported in old fashion brass candlesticks. On these are orange crape paper ihades, with a crape paper turkey as decoration for each panel Fancy candy boxes, consisting of papier mache turkey and each Iml.linu' n place card in its bill, are uaed as favors. The paper Ice cups are. set In fancy baskets of plaited CMP paper A crape paper tablecloth decorated with (vlnts of turkey- may be wed, or a plain cloth may be substituted for It. A SETTING THE TABLE. 8om Hints About, the Hospitable Thanksgiving Board. . In setting your Thanksgiving dinner tablu always think of the coin fort of your guests. Sweep and dust your...

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. — 15 November 1912

THE ARMAGEDDON OF THE SCRIPTURES Pastor Russell Presents Some Astounding Views. r Claim That the Time For the Es tablishment of Messiah's Kingdom Is Here Not Recognizing This Truth, Papacy, Protestantism and the Civil Powers of Earth Are About to Unite In Common Cause Unitedly These Three Most Powerful Influences Are Preparing For the Battle of Arma geddon. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 3. T h e Brooklyn Acade my of Music was crowded to the limit today to hear Pastor Russell's discourse on the "Bnttle of Arma geddon." His tell was: "lie gather ed them together unto a place called In the Hebrew tongue Armaged gS10g. RUSSELL) don" Revolution xvl, 10). He said: Armageddon in the Hebrew Bignlnes the Mount of Destruction. The Lord has associated the name Armageddon with the controversy between Truth nnd Error, during which the New Age of Messiah s glory will be ushered In. "Unclean Spirits Like Frogs." Three unclean spirits will proceed from the mouth of the Beast, the Dragon and the False Proph...

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. — 15 November 1912

.rT-?rf-r'r-9C: Society Last Monday evauing a number of the friends of Harold Sutton platted a surprise for him; so they quietly gathered together at Mr. and Mrs. W. II Father's home ami at eight-thirty ; st le, IlKe a band of Indians, to the auiton home. There they found Harold nearly asleep, with rumpled hair and twist e I t ill. The crowd paid little attenti on to that, so eager were they to get In, and w lien at last they all stood before liiru he luttereu a low etclara aiions of surprise and beat a hasty retreat upstairs. It was sometime before he could gel entirely over the shock hut tine I. v all were playing Ka.uib4 and music was Blurted, tliei ilaroid ''came out of it " Everyone seemed to he enjoying - themselves jusi line wheie Mesilames Suuuu, Tiinan, Uobson and Cavan augh, showed up with a dllicloms bunch consisting of wafers, cakes and splendid coffee. There were about lifty Invited guests and all want away glad of the happy time they hud, but sorry to think of soon los...

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. — 15 November 1912

THAT ARE TOLD Temperance and Eternity. Senator tialliiiKer of New Hamp shire, who i also H physician. enjoys telllnjr if the fane of a maiden lady In Boston, an indent member of the Woman's Clirisllan Temperance union, who was. once liiHcii violently ill In consequent e of a too free Indulgence In lobster salad. When Hie doctor, who was hastily , iiiiniinotifil to her relief, arrived hi- at once determined to administer u stiui .'!'-: 4 i . ,''':; : i , -r V!', . i t v: "DARE YO0 OPPKR ME BIIANDY, SIR?" ulnnt, but the spinster, faithful to her principle, balked at the brandy prof fered her. "Brandy!" she exclaimed as vigorous ly as her condition would permit. "Dare you offer me brandy, sir?" ."But It Is uecessary, uiudaiu," ex postulated the physician, "you are " quite III." The Boston lady closed her Hps In an expression Of extreme delerminU- tlon. "And I may die, sir, but I'll not meet my Maker with brandy on my breath!" "She didn't," adds Senator Gullliucer, "bnt they made her ta...

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. — 22 November 1912

literal. Sixth Year. Number 28 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912 $1.50 Per Year v Men's Overcoats, Ladies and ) i y 0 V 1 1 ) ( v-A MILLINERY are cutting tli life ovit of See for yourself. NO COLLEGE The Draughon Business College scheme for Liberal has fallen through. That is, there will be no col lege for a while, at least. J. T. Carlson, the representative from Kansas City, cn-me about two weeks ago and started to organize the college, and he had quite a little castle In the air when a whirlwind came from (iuymon and knocked It all' down. The whirlwind was in the form of a wild storm of protest against the starting of the college It seems that Mr. Fence, the Super intendent started a college at one time at Guymon and then (trials and tribulations) did not make good, and they were afraid thnt Liberal would get stung, too. We believe that Mr. Carlson is square and honest, hut hr begun to wage a los'ng fight right away and It was not long after the warning fro...

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. — 22 November 1912

The Liberal Democrat A. C. BLAKE, Owner PAUL M. STOUFER. Editor Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Entered u wond-clsn matter Jamiarr D. 181 1, tt he pot ofllce at Liberal. Kansas nder the Act of March 3. 1879. There's so much ifood 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 III of the reBl of us. WILL GIVK POMTIC8 A KE8T "1 propose," says Tom Thompson "to write very little, about politics for two years. The columns and pages of stuff I liave written the past few weeks In my efforts to save th country have been very little to m taste or desire. 1 have perhaps not convinced a single voter of a slugk thing so what's the use? 1 shah try to cat It out entirely till an other campaign comes along, and In the meantime I shall try to work up a sentiment for having terms of of fice fixed at four years so that elec tions will not come so often. Send in the news, and gi...

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. — 22 November 1912

CANVAS OF VOTES AT THE GENERAL ELECTION NOV, 5 The Board of County Commissioners met accord intr tn law to canvaM Clark-. the vote cast at the General Election held November Rth. iii2 nrARAnt j. r uesi, unairman, uu Taylor ana W. VV. Antrim, members of the Board. Clyde R. Clemmons, County Attorney, and P. D. Cooper. County Clerk. The following results were obtained: Liberal Fargo - Seward Plur Twp. Twp. Twp. Total ality Presidential Electors p Republican. T Cast 323 B. P. Maker, R 59 J. E. Bocock, R..... 58 Chas. H. Browne. K 57 John P. Dellinger, R 57 John S. Gilmore, R 57 A. Q. Miller, R 56 C. V. Miller, R... 57 Paul Rich, R 57 L. H. Thompson, H 57 W. A. Thomson, K 57 Democratic. Shelton V. Ilybee, D 119 James W. ClarK, 1) Ui Hiram R. Pulton, U 119 Charles E. Hants, D 119 Isaac H. Alaglll, D 119 Thomus J. O'Neil, D 120 Francis M. Pattersou, V 118 Auiltrs Soreuiutn, U lis Frid 11. L'ul, U 11S Alfred Q. W'ooster, D., Hi Socialist Walter Scoit Armour, S 37 W.Ibur C. Uuruftt, 3 36 y :...

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 November 1912

T 4 V, i One lot Ladies Blue and Black Coats trimnted neately in Black Velvet reg $5.00 Value Close out Prices $2.63 One lot ladies fancy Chinchilli coats, blue, gray and brown, reg. $10 values, close out 2C 7tS price One lot ladies fast black coats, velvet trimmed eollarand cuffs. Regular $6.50 values, Q close out price J.OvJ One lot ladies coats, assorted colors, fiinished with the new novelty collars and cuffs. Regular $7.50 values, close out,. 7 ed Brown and Grays reg, $7,50, values. Close out price One lot ladies coats, solid black, silk trimmed 'collar and cuffs. Regnlar $9 values, close out price $5.15 One lot ladies dress coats in mixed grays and browns, trimmed in solid brown and white silk cord regular $17.50 val- C ues close out price P One lot ladies black coats nov elty trimmed in black braid, reg ular $tf values, close out price $3.15 ; Place same on 'sale and; sell at any price ; ; to meet the demand of circumstances.' . . J L. C. Leeman Cloak and Garment Manufacturin...

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 November 1912

n m ip Jim i hj . ui i-n"in"n n.-ifmmm'ii .iihiii i i : 4 .-') i -i I. i .- j 4:. - J i-jj t 'i C J O C J t-3 . J t- J J . J C : - . '" in- is- ii, :i r,i r. ;i u -if ,i,1c.-si,?.vi i.i,i;i a .. s;,;,,, n .; n ii ;i n n ii r. st a a si a n u n. :? - m -y f tf U - nil I ( u 0J U rp-vj 111 Ii i J . ?, . i in ii. -ii ikjmi j .mini ii. -i ..nut miiiim pjn.i.wi.niin i iiiii iii;wl,i m ' " ""i' I'"" ' "' - ' nr -- ' ": - "-" " " "- -" ----- hh i Ef Wj P Ml n ) p OUR I'ViOI i Quick Sales and Small Profits" The Only tritckly Cash in Liberal. Store o u no Quick' Sales and Small Profits; Ladies, IVIisses and Children's Coats. 40 Ladies Suits, Dresses and Skirts. THE REASON: 100 Ladie's Misses and Children's Coats, Suits and Skirts, Just Arrived While in the Eastern Market this fall we arranged a manufacturing out-put purchase on ladies, Misses and childrens Coats, Suits and Skirts. These goods were shipped on the 14th day of September, but through an error on the part of the Manufacturing Co....

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 November 1912

re li 01 tc ROUND THE 6L0B Id Turkey the mourning color Tiolet. New. York's annuel food bill toted 44,83,449. A St Iuii man bat made $14,000 a rag picker. There are 0.500.000 farms In tb Uulted States. New Zealand liai 233 daily, weekl) and montbly perlodlcala. Tbe climate of Boutb Africa la variably even and innny. Cblua baa sixty-four treaty and othei porta opeu to foreign trade. forty oer cent of all Italian oret tbe age of aiz cannot read or write. Silrer from sea water la often founr deposited -on the copper sheathing oi sblps. In Cblua as well aa the Philippine, the demand for lumber exceeds th supply. Scotland baa a total population nol much more tban half that of lireatei London. Kiperlmeuta in dry farming, accord iftg to tbe American method, are beta uade In Brasll. Throughout the world there are ovei tt.000.000 members of trade unions varlou nations. Home economics la to be made com pulsory in tbe primary school of Sax Weimar, Germany. Cyprue. under a convention of 1878 pa...

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 November 1912

n, 4 Society I R y Gardner made a hack ver.v comfortable and conveyed tlie fol lowing younif people to Rose Val ley, where the Fowler Quarterly meeting was held last Friday, Sat urday and Sunday: Misses Laura Florence and Bessie Hockett Misses Ethel, Eunice. Myrtle and Freda Gardner; Miss Irene Vick ers and Miss Boles. Other parties attending the meeting from Liber at, were: Rkv. Gibson and wife Bart tlosltinson and family. Al who attended report a splendid meeting and the music prepared by the Liberal young people wa enj yed by al!. Married Mr. Bernabe Palacios and.Mis puticiana liirreras were united ii 4 the holy bonds of matrimony ii the court room in Liberal, Kansas November 18. l!ll2, by Probatt Judge Uampiiell, A large numbei of friends were with the bride and groom. Miss Lottie Finle.V anu Mrs. Todd were invited guests. Toe Ryal Neighbors held i . meeting Wednesday evening Three new members were isitiaieo at this meeting. Light lunch wat served. Mrs. A. K. Stouter lias return...

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 November 1912

n Muniy scnooi news i : BY TAe Convention at Topeka. Topcka. The Kansas school teachers, at the close of their annual meeting here last week took a stand . for great Improvements in tne Kan sat school system. The resolutions, a do i) ted unanimously by the assort tion. call for a Drofiram that will make Kansas schools more efficient standard and of greater use in the state and benefit to the children than heretofore, and will establish an edu cational policy in advance of any oth er Western state. AmonK the Impor tant planks )n the platform of th teachers as adopted today are: Taking county and state imperii tendent's offices out of politics and fixing definite qualifications before one could hold either job. Codification of all school laws b.v commission of educators. Making all school houses civic and social centers. Increase peace movement teaching Systematic instruction in sex hy dene and temperance in schools Keciulre school districts to pay tul tion of children lu high schools...

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 November 1912

Historical SocUty The .J)m(0)F LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912 $1.50 Per Year Sixth Year. Number 28 8 Clothes Will Do It The right kind will pive you snap and vigor in your appenrrnire; hut . they ninst 1m perfect, fitting garments and well tail ored to hold their shape. If yon buy one of onr hand tailored suits or overcoats you will feel at eaae from the day you put. it on until you are ready to .chaiure for something else. They please the eye They satisfy the mind M I They are made to fit I Thev are sold on MThey are $2.50 IV Th H Al ways THE REASON THEY She was extremely well thought of. She belonged to a very good familj and the fact that she worked In an office at so much per did,, t keep nor out of a good social set. blie lived at home and thus had most of, her earnings tor clothes and diver sions and to pay tor the stuff she had to take to showers" and send to weddings. She was a nice girl and everyody liked her. He came to town to "accept a situatio...

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 November 1912

The Liberal Democrat A. E. BLAKE, Owner PAUL M. STOUFER, Editor Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Filtered u second-dsns malter January I), 1MI. t the tust office t Mistral, Kns idtT the Act of March 3. 1 HVK. 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. I. NICHOLS KOIt 81'KAKElt It is very gratifying to Dr. Nichols and his many friends in this part o, the state to note the Interest being taken in his campaign for speaker of the next house of representatives. All the representatives In the west end ot the state and a good many i the eastern part know of Dr. Nich ol's tltness for the place. Dr. Nichols is the present mayor of Liberal an is a fine executive. No question as to his ability and there is but little uestion as to the outcome of lilt campaign I'or the speakership. Ing the long winter the merchants and produ...

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 November 1912

IOWA COLLEGE r The "Corn Man" Joins I H C ( Service Bureau, f A NEW TIME CARD Kast Hound 752 leaves .....2:30 p. m. 2 leaves : 11:20 a. m. :U leaves 2:3." a. in. 4 leaves 7:00 a. m West Houud arrives 1 arrives :!3 arrives 3 arrives 4:40 p. m. 12:55 p. ni. 1:45 a. m. 11:20 p. m. AUK Vol' l.NTKItKSTKO IX ART? I have ninny tine oil paintings and water rolor pictures for sale at my residence at 41 South Kansas ave nue. Any of these pictures will make an appropriate Christmas gift Tor any lover of ait. Phone 171 1. 11-22-41 MRS. TO.M DEAN. TO HELP PUSH WORK FORWARD I.lKht & Stouter have a half section of Uind for sale at a sacrifice price. fikxisiied ROOMS Inquire of Mrs. O. K. Dohson, four blocks west or the depot. LOST: On Thursday niyht: a plain liand ritiK. between IHh and 5th streets. Leave at this olllce and re ceive reward. JESUS IS GOD'S GIFT TO ALL HUMANITY Co-operation Movement for Larger vropi, oomr noaas, more rro j peroui People end I i Better Nation. f This marks the be...

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 November 1912

Romance of a Toy Pistol Br W1LLARD BLAKEMAN During the ante-clvlllzatlon period, when western manners were not so polished as tbey are now, a man dress ed In a checkerboard suit, a derby bat and patent leather shoes entered a gambling deu In Nevada and 'stood looking over a small game of poker. Not Hndlng It especially Interesting, he sauntered up to the bar and called for cigar. y ' Now, the apparel of the citizens of the town consisted of a sombrero, a flannel shirt, trousers held up by' a cartridge belt, to which were slung usu ally two revolvers, aud cowhide hoots. No such costume as thnt worn by the man tu the checkerboard suit had ever been seen In that reglou. In the east, taking together the pattern of his clothes and a clean sbavea fuce, he would have been set down at once as an actor; In the west, where theatri cals at that time were unknown, the gentleman was a puzzle. Two men who were drinking togethert the oth er end of the bar began to sit up and take notice of the str...

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 November 1912

MILLINERY DESIGNERS PROMOTE PIGTURESQOE 4J I' "V : ! fj : VELOCKS HAT WITH RIHI50N COCK A PS. TUB soft velours huts, which are so fushiotialile this season, are Just the things for comfort, and they aw, moreover, extremely picturesque and becoming to most women. One advantage of these Is that they may be very simply trimmed. The rtirectoire lint Illustrated here has a blue cockade of plaited rlbbou set on the turned back front. Such a hat Is not only dressy, but extremely serviceable, as it lias no airy trimmings to be Injured by exposure to the weather. i I HOW TO BE HEALTHY. T Don't be afraid of fresh air. A & draft is far better than a stuffy I T room. a Don't be lazy. You can't ex- T pect either mind or body to keep T X fit without exercise. T Don't shut out the sun. Germs f fear suulight. Don't overeat. We sigh for a good appetite when most of us should be sighing for a moderate one. Don't undervalue water. The dally batli and plenty of water f to drink between meals are al...

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 November 1912

Hi 1 1 n The Sable Lorclia BT Horace Hazeltine SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I. -Robert Cameron, aapltal Ist. consult Philip Clyd, nwspapr pub lisher, regarding anonymous threatening letter he ha received. The flrat Promlssa a aainple of the writer power on 11 cer tain day. On that day the head l my terlouslv cut from a portrait of Cameroa while the latter la In the room. finiDTBB.rt f'lvria ha a theory that the portrait waa mutilated while the room Waa unoccupied and the head moved by mean of a string, unnoticed by Cameron, CHAPTER III.-Evelyn Gruyaon. Cam i.... i. nhnm civile la In love. at-- ' La;i nf pmmn'i Dortralt 1 1 U If .... w . ....... nailed to a tree, wnere '' hai. been usa as a target. Clyde pledge a,velyn to crecy. JHAPTER IV.-Clyde learna that a Chinese tmv employed by Phlletu Mur phy, an artist living nearby, had borrowed rifle from Cameron' lodgekeeper. CHAPTER V -Clyde make an to ::all on Murphy and I apiilaml. Ha ' " r . . .. . . ' " nf th. New la that Moran had lived In Chin...

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