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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 29 November 1912

H- i Society f 1 J Yi On Saturday afternoon Mrs. I. B. Jordan and Mrs. C. W. Eidson en tertained twenty-four ladies at the hoe of Mrs. Eidson. To tne delight of all, the same beautiful decorations were used as on the previous day. The ladles enjoyed their needle work for a time, then engaged in a Thanksgiving game, "Reasons for be ing Thankful," which brought lorth many witty remarks. This was fol lowed by a guessing contest to ascer tain the number. of seeds In a pump kin.' The guesses were as varied -as those In the recent political ca.npalgu. and resulted In handsome awards be ing made to Mrs. Robinson and Aln Flood. The delightful afternoon was closed by the serving of dainty . re freshments, in which the hostesses were assisted by the Misses Jordan. Mrs. J. S. Miller. Mrs. 0. D. Uasa way, Mrs. E. J. Thayer, Mrs. H. V. Tucker, .Mrs. 11. V. Magruder. Aln. M. ir. "Flood, .Mrs. V. Ka.eau, A.ie II. Fleek, Mrs. W. F. Robinson, Airs. K. P. Smith. Mrs. F. Boles. Mrt.. W O. Woods, Airs....

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 November 1912

EDUCATE THE FARMER A few days ago I read, no matter where, that the tanner must be edu cated to take advantage of his opportunities. it is a ten to one shot that if some farmer had read this he would have ' gotten up on his hind feet, apit out a few things that would look like th'e ! " 1 )( 4 Q X ;-;-d;a;m;n , and summarized the matter up as the ravings of "some feller with more noodles than brains, u gown. And forthwith he would have pat ted himself on the back, coniplimeul- ed himself upon bis wisdom, and set it out by all that's high and holy that "no durn fool could give him any pointers about farmin', because he'd proved it himself, and he knew.' And probably he wouldn't be able for a week to get the stiffening back Into his lip so be could keep from walking on it, thinking about the asses who would dare to tell him Now, if some neighbor of his should come over some hue morning and the two of 'em should get - to neighboriu' and whittlln', ana bymeby the neighbor should say: "Ji...

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. — 6 December 1912

Historical Society snTiii TT" Oil T SortA Year. Number 29 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1912 $1.50 Per Year tie n Mtmlmnl LAD ATS Less ONE-HALF PRICE sir :1 Commencing Saturday, December Remember, every hat in our millinery department goes ft as advertised. None Reserved. I t4 R AN OLD FASHION GOOD TIUE. The men's Btble classes of the various churches In Liberal gathered at the Methodist church last Friday evening, upon invitation from the Methodist brothers, and a niOBt en joyable time was had. A program had been arranged. The church orchestra entertained with some good aelectlons.nd a men's quartette rendered appropri ate singing, after which Rev. Ward announced that a debate would be had upon the subject: Resolved, that the steam railroads have done more for civilization than the steam boat . The debaters who had been chosen to discuss the question were all ab sent, and four were chosen from the audence. Mr. Rutledge and Rev. Hond took the railroad side, whi...

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. — 6 December 1912

4 T : K a .society Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall were ' boat and hostess to an old-fashioned family gathering, numbering forty four on Thanksgiving aay. The guests arrived early and stayed late, disposing of three tur keys, and everything else la propor tion, that should accompany a jolly feast. It has been their annual custom for many years to enjoy a family reunion on that day, and th's event tu well up to the standard of pre vious events. The repast was bountifully served In four courses, a large pumpkin posing as center piece, filled to over Bowing with choice fruits, the sea son's flowers were also in evidence making it a scene of beauty not soon to be forgotten. Music and a guessing contest fur nished amusement for the afternoon. Each guest was requested to say for what they were most thankful, caus ing much merriment. The guest list includes the families of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Steward, Mrs. Caroline Ennis, Mr. and Mrs. Burrle Wright, .Mr. aad Mrs. Brice Keat . ing, Mr. and Mrs. Lon...

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. — 6 December 1912

H"f " Wl - .: TOE IS Your Choice of Any Cloak in the Store, Ladies', Misses and Children's, Less r The Cut-: Rate Li MUKin ivAnsAo wytnut SOME GOOD ONES JOHNNY FI0IHT8 A ItOHRKR (From Johnny's Diary.) wen the robber ran up and drew his sord 1 herd tommy grone but i dldnt mind the robber bo mutch as the wild lyon that I Been creepln up behind us. tommy and i started to run, but we hadnt gone far wen a hyenner reached down from a tree an witu a horrid laff unscrewed tom myB hed. pore tommy 1 sea what will maw say wen you cum home withouten eny hed but jus then the robber who wuz now rldin on the lyon cott up with us. throw up yore hans he sod. tommy throwed his ' hans up and they went up. till they wuz out of sight In the sky then tommy begun to clime up his arms and pretty soon he wus out of site too. the robber wuz so mad to see tommy get away that he swung his sord an cut me in to. my legs then ran away an left me. hold c'owards I crlde after them, but they didn't stop. Just they 1...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 December 1912

323 J aJ in Uf Ml Y s m w Liu j n That's What th Thousands of Satisfied Customers SALE OPENS afairdlay9 December 1 1 This sale has been planned for several weeks. Most Positively, no sale of like magni tude before. A sight of untold value greatness, a supreme rampage of greatest bargains. Every article of the highest quality goes at a fraction of a shadow of its market value. A statement susceptible to the fullest demonstration at bigger discription and stagger belief. The keenest price-cutting and the most complete knock-down on profits ever recorded in the annals of retail selling. No misleading statements. No maddening disappointments. Come expecting the best values; the biggest load your money ever took home. Panic stricken, hair raising prices, that will prompt you to buy as never before. Wait for nothing but this big sale to open, for it is going to sweep the entire country like a whirlwind. Remember the place, one-half block west of the post office. Its the Cash Department St...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 December 1912

3 !! II JL IF .1 turn' 7- , i . - i T- . IT 1 -w T 1 Men's Storm Shoes MEN'S HEAVY SHOES Regular $2.00 values, pale - price pl.04 Regular 2.75 values, sale O 1 Q price ''O Regular 3.50 values, pale qj ' price fc00 Regular 4.00 values, sale q Iq price . . 0U7 Men's Lace Boots JCRTRA HIGH TOPS Regular $5.00 values Sale qq price . O.lO Regular 7.00 values, sale price iJ.UU Regular $1.75 values, sale oo price, i l.oO Regular 2.00 values, sale price 1 0 f Ladies' Heavy Shoes Regular $2.50 values, sale O 1 Q price . .. 0 Regular 8.00 values, sale price Regular 3.50 values, sale o QC price, fc.Oo Regular 4.00 values, sale . Q , . price. . . mi.LsJ I DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Amoskag Suitings, regular $1.50 values ! sale price SOC Heavy Suitings, Serges and Novelty j Plaids, regular 75 cent values.... 4oC Fancy Wool Suitings, regular 85 cent CC values, sale price DiJC Heavy Diagonal Suitings, regular 50 cent values, sale price.. &OC Pure Mohair Suitings, all colors, regu- " - lar value 75 ce...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 December 1912

I Society a & Only Eighteen Days More Till Th e 7 4H .H 1 P. juf ;-0 And during this time this store will have a Special Holiday, anf appealing, make you buy price on all CANDIES, NUTS AND APPLES In Package, Sack or Barrel For the School House, the Church or Any Society. We can be able to furnish Candies, Nuts and Apples in any- quantity, at very reasonable Prices. And we now have a good s tock of GROCERIES Such as you need daily. Prices Reasonable Prompt Delivery. We are preparing for the holidays and come and see the preparations we have for your table. J. E. George Grocery Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Commons opened their new ' home on North Kan sas avenue on Thunkegiving day to a dozen guests. The occasion was a dinner party wlhch did Justice to the day in every way. The dinning room was beautifully decorated and the table was nicely decorated In pink and white. A boquet of carnations graced the center of the table and a flower was laid at each, cover. Nice Thanksgiving place card...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 December 1912

Obi BY MAUY K. TO00 Don t send a boy where a itirl a Doy where a can't go For a boy or a girl, gin la sin, you know. And a good boy'a hands are as clean and white. And his heart as pure as a girl's v to-night. So don't send your boy where your girl can't go Neither one of them have wild oats to sow. If we lead them on where good thoughts grow. Be patient with every one but above all with yourself. 1 mean do not be disturbed because ot your Imperfections, and always rise up bravely from a fall. ' Be glad when you make a new daily beginning; there Is no better means of progress in the spiritual life than to be con tinually beginning afresh. Every day is a fresh beginning; Listen, my heart, to the glad refrain And In spite of old sorrows and older sinning, And troubles forecasted and possible pain, Take heart with the day and begin again. Miss Lenora Camery reports a good teachers Meeting in Kismet. Seven teachers registered: Gertrude Carpenter, Elsa Anderson, Arie Evans. Etta Atkinson...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 6 December 1912

H U II B ii SWEET GOODS MAPLE SYRUP -Biamtrk Pure Maple Syrup Schuddera Maple Syrup PURE SORGHUM Farmer Jones Sorghum FANCY TABLE SYKUP Karo Syrup Pancake Drips HONEY Pure Strained Honey Pure Comb Honey PRESERVES AND JELLIES Bismark Preserves, in quart jars Golden Polin, Pure Preserves Golden Polin, Pure Jellies MINCE MEAT Bismark Mince Meat, in quart jars GoldeD Polio Mince Meat, in pack sees A Fall Line of Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables ENTERPRS1E MER. CO. A . We will pay the highest Frpnm market price for your Vl GCII1I LIBERAL CREAMERY ODSON BROS., Proprietors A Reader's Notes. Dr. H. Anlenstiehl makes the as tonishing statement tbat mankind U fast losing its sense of smell, the curious degeneration of this sense apparently being one of the penal ties of civilization. The reasons tor this are greatly diversified and of somewhat contradictory nature. When life was simpler than now there were not nearly as many dif ferent odors as now, and the- odort of past ages were delicate a...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 December 1912

Historical Socletf '..USaa IT OH T Sixth Year. Number 30 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1912 $1.50 Per Year LIBERAL H1MMS . ' JUPPE THEiPSlM in Utter Disre ard To Party, His Friends Flocked ut To Congratulate Him Met At Hugoton By A Delegation Of Liberal People In Several Automobiles And Escorted Into Town With Flying Colors Tuesday evening was tlie witness of one of the gayest and most pleas- j ant events ever witnessed in the city of Liberal. The band was out, and great crowds of happy people thronged the streets. The shop win dows, arrayed In Christinas attire, gleamed especially bright, and the very atmosphere was permeated with goodfellowship. The c'tizens of Lib eral were out as one to biwi w United States Senator-elect Thomp son, who this week ovcupie s the bene l in District' court here lor the last The band, after playing in differ ent business sections of the city, brought up in front of the hotel, where the judge, with the entertain ment committee wer...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 December 1912

The Liberal Democrat A. C. BLAKE, OWntr PAUL M. STOUFER, Editor Published every Friday morning at Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Entered as wMiud-filawi mailer January tl, 1811. at the uost offlre at Mlieral, K annas . nder the Act of March 3. l9. H-l-M "l-f 1 I -I-l- ! I 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 I 1 ("Virginia of Washington" 1 And the Man Who Made a Fight For Her. There's so much good tn the worst Igy ELEANOR AUSTIN HARBI8 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. Shouse Answers Atlack On Judge W. H. Thompson Tnkes Good fioveiumtfnt Club of To peka Co Tusk for (titular letter ( Kinsley. Kah.,, Uec. 5. Jouett Shouse, state seuatoc-elect from the Thirty-eighth district, Las seht a let ter to the Good Government club of Topeka, answering an attack on Judge VV. H. Thompson. The letetr follows: "The Good Government TPHgue', To peka, Kan. "Gentlemen: I have 6een out of town for several da...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 December 1912

DO YOUR- Christmas Suggestions EVERY day you hear this remark, "I simply can't find anything for John, if he were only a girl," etc. No morn worry about what to buy after a visit to our store. Below are a few sul-mMou: Souvenir Spoons with public buildings engraved in bowel; Bracelets; Toilet Self.;' Watches, Chains aud . Fobs'; Silverware; Oat Gin; Clocks; Silver Novelties; Fancy Piece in Sterling Silver; Rings Scarf Pins; . Lwkets; N-i.'k Oinim; B:o j.-lm: Silver Thimbles; Hat Pins; Kniblem .Jewelry; etc. HAL G. REID ....SOUTH BEND WATCHESNonc Better.... SOUTHEAST SKWAKI) Mrs. .Mary E Todd wns up In this part of tbe county visiting sebools. Sho was the gueBt at the home ol' J. H. Ilurr and family, and an espec ially welcome suast of the children, who all love Mrs. Todd. Mrs. Jim Burr drove to Plains Mon day, It being her first tr'p for over three vears. Mrs. Wm. Antrim accom panied her. Mrs. Antrim starts for Kingman with her daughter, Violet, to spend Christmas with her parents 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. — 13 December 1912

The Kansas Way. Kansas does things occasionally that Beem to need explanation. And sometimes she does things that are ery difficult to understand, especially along election lines. For illustra tion: Two years ago the UOOL) peo ple of Topeka allowed Billiard to be chosen .Mayor of the Capital City of the State, that ends in the tight for the elimination of the Saloon. We say the "GOOD" people tor the rea son that a very large majority of the people of Topeka are in full sympathy with our laws and desire their en forcement. Billiard was elected by 174 majority whllo.some two thou sand registered men and .women failed to go to the polls and vote. So the story goes out to the world that Topeka is a wet city. Losing a case iu the courts by DEFAULT is losing your case. Just as much as though you lost for lack of evidence to proe your case. Hut It does not leave a good "taste In the mouth" to know that a little effort on your part fvould have given you the victory. On Aug ust 6th, this sam...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 December 1912

r THE Do your Christmas shopping here and your money will go farther. We have a complete line of uscfull and appro priate gifts for men, women and children For Ladies Handkerchiefs, Gloves. Neckwear, Scarfs, Ribbons, Jewelry Novelties, Bar Pins, Brooches, Silk and Lisle Hosiery, Combs, Barretts, Holly B.ow8 and ribbon. All Ladies, Cloaks All wool dress The Cut "Sells it for less" NORTH KANSAS AVENUE - - - Our school teacher resigned her school on Recount of receiving word that her mother had a stroke of paralysis and she had to go to her bedside in Florida. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elliott a boy, on December 3, and to Mr. and Mrs. Al Louder a boy on December 2. We had a good turn out at Sun day School and elected our super intendent and secretary. Mrs. King for superintendent and Lile Shaw as secretary. W. Capps has his barn raised and is netting along nicely on it Mrs. S. A, Capps and Mrs. W. T spent the day at the 0. E. Morehouse home, Tuesday. Mr. Powell arrived from Color ad...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 December 1912

PouUryShow at Dalhart The great Trans Canadian Poultry Association closed a highly success ful six days' show at jjalhart, Tex as, December "th. It was a grand success from every point of view. There were more than 600 birds at the exposition representing; . nearly every standard variety of poultry and the quality was far better -was ever before exhibited in the south west. The birds entered represent ed tne quality of five different states and competition was had in nearly all of the popular classes. Kansas, as usual, occupied a conspicuous place at the show and wagged oft wicb. nearly all the first honors when competing. The Seward county ex hibit was one of the best in the show as is shown by the following awards to that exhibit: HUFF ORPINGTONS .' T. W. Hubbard won first cock and second cockerel, first and third pul let, second hen and first pen; P. 0. Rlndom won first hen, second cock second pullet and second pen. BLACK ORPINGTON T. W. Hubbard made . cleat; sweep in black Orpin...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 December 1912

1 IK society 1 HI S Mesdamet Woods, Hobble and Karau Entertain Last Wednesday afternoon Mr. C. E. Woods, Mrs. Herbert Hob bio and Mrs Jennie Karau enter tainerl their friends in a novel ant entertaining manner, at the home of Mesdames Woods and Hobble The invitations read: "At th sign of the holly we bid you com down; bring thimble and scissor to a home in our towit; come Wed tiesday at two, to add to the cheer we'll make sometliinif new; wi hope you.'ll be here. When the guests had assemble at tne nome or .vi rs Hubble. the were each given a Christmas box containing a needle, thread, lac and a pretty handkerchief as souvenir of the event. Oonversa tion. sewing on the luce and em broidering the dainty design o one corner of the hantlkerchii then followed. 8.1 busy did th guests become in this needle won that not one word of gossip wh spoken. , At five o'clock the ladies pir aside their work and went to tin home of Mrs. (J. E. Woods, where they partook of an elegant three course lunc...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 13 December 1912

4 County School News j UY'MAHY E. Tt)DD The farmer Is chief of the nation, The noblest or nobles is he. How bleBt beyond others his station From want and from envy how free. His patent was xranted in Kden, Long ages and ages ago Oh, the farmer, the farmer, forever; Three cheers for the plow, spade and hoe! Last Saturday Miss La Faun Wil klns spent a pleasant half hour with us In the office. She Is certa'nly "all at it and all the time at It," and Thomas A. Kdison tells us that makes a winner. Miss W'llkins Is striving hard to find out uat what the state expects of her as a teacher and then measure up to the mark. She Is doing good work in her acliool. Mr. Clyde U. Martin called in for a little visit and to tell us that Wide Awake was doing her work O. K., and then some. Air. .Martin has 27 pupils enrolled. We think he has also all the grades represented. Wide Awake Is fully up to Us name. It deserves it. We used to think it was a queer name for a school, but now we understand. Miss ...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 20 December 1912

Historical Society LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1912 SxfA Year. Number 31 $1.50 Per -Year'.' The it n n ikkiraft )emoer8,t i; f x CHRISTMAS GIFTS II TWRTY-rOUR YEARS SUC CESSFUL MERCHANDISING y LLIZ1J II 9 TO 0 FAVOR LIBERAL The Liberal toot ball team beat the Guymon aggregation Saturday on the home grounds to the tune of 9 to 0. The game was played on or near the site that used to be occupied by the ball park, and was witnessed by a good sized crowd. As to size the two teams were about equal, but the Lib eral team had been strengthened some since the other game. The teams lined up ana the whistle for play to begin sounded : at exactly 3:00 o'clock. Liberal kicked off to Guy mon, who were defending the north goal. The kkk was a good one and was caught by one of the Guymon hi a vara whn TnnrfA ft rood eet back. ; Four timeB did the bunch of warriors from the west make tneir ten yaras before they were halted. A wild shout "go through them" arose from the 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. — 20 December 1912

The Ltal Democrat A. E. LAKE, Owntr ,' PAUL. M. STOUFER. Editor published every Friday morning a Liberal, Seward County, Kans. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year Kout'tMl Mond-clft.w miliar Jenutrv if. tt lie past offli-e el Liberal. KnM adrr the Act of Mrcn D. 1H. There's so much good In the worst of us, aud there's so much bad In the best of us, thatlt doesn't behoove any of us to speak ill of the rest of us. Not so much In the puttiug on of airs or fine and costly apparel, be speaks the lady or the gentleman, as does politeness and good manners. No one ever lost mouey, temper, character or the esteem of others, by beluic truly oolite at home, in public gatherings, in business, on the street, in school or cnurcn. Tii dp run n who wantonly putB a thorn in the loving heart ot a little child will reel the rankling 01 tnai thorn In bis or her own heart some day, in a wound no later repentance can ever heal. A man cannot tell what the needs of women and children are, because he Is not o...

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