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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 10 January 1913

Ca' The Glen Falls Fire Insurance Company none better few aa good. Is represented in Liberal by Light & Stoufer. It you are not insured or If your present policy Is about to ex pire call on them and have them tell you about the Glen Falls. Light & Stoufor have a half section of land for sale at a sacrifice price. Bring your butter, eggs, poultry and cream to . us and set the cash f r them. Liberal Cold Storage Co. ' v ' 8-5-tf Strayed from Lon Caldetneyers north of Plains, two calves, conc inar yearling, branded A with a bar under it on left hip, crop and hole in left par. A. Watson, Taw or Plains, Kansas. '- A market the year around for butter, eggs, poultry and hides st the highest market prices, at the Liberal Cold Storage plaut. Bring them to us and tret the cash for them ,;. 8-5-tf. Hh e STANDARD TYPEWRITER is GUARANTEED! 1 "V t jmUcxm. mi-. ' f rr u. . tU The - NEW MODEL ' No.; 5 . BOYAL eomuM to you with the uncon ditional guarantee that it will do !, higest Gua;mU2 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. — 10 January 1913

wA fA AriermmeA to this stock in the next 12 days. Our verdict - to sell regardless of cost or actual value. Ignore former prices. Reserve nothing. My orders are to turn these goods into money. The values offered m this sale must be beyond the vale of ordinary expression, and the most startling bargains ever offered anywhere by any one are now being offered by the Cash De partment Store. 1 wiff cut loose and show the mer chandising world some of the most active sale busi ness ever Icnown to the annals of retailing. Mr. Ed dington says he is determined to make a clean sweep, ancf remember, if prices will do it we will see the largest? crowd of anxious buyers on next Monday, January 6, ever assembled in any store in this section G. G RECTOR, Manager. Herd No. 26 Men's ejtra quality water proof shoes the never rip 'em kind, regular 3.75 value, O Aft Eddington flays "tV Herd No, 28 Ladies' drwss shoes, all shapes and sizes, latest toes,, patents,, tana and gun metal, . O All regular 4. ...

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 January 1913

; - . JaI: - v::.:l mL-ymmyym,. . J U -.I. i : : mm u mw-:M &mmmmn:: m: mmmm h I ",'J4.'; ' 1'. : ,1 i t I -. !: 'v :;'',';.l I. .. ''H" I I. Ml'1 . I i :1 . V ' I I. B"-l . ,U-t . S Mil i i in i ' . 1 1 i . i i 'I 'EL 12 pr S; ROUND-UP SAEE,; Iward County." Beginning f 6th ONLY TWELVE DAYS m ail stock for inspection and sorting purposes,- we lurU "herders " have mad? a thorough "Round-up 99 emlmththe big letters, R. B., which means Real fitters doubfa interesting our buyers have been to tlw biggest "snaps 99 you 9ve ever heard of. Cash mherd99 of quality - branded bar gaim, and believe "unch 99 f Acre is going to be something lively doing ME, ope-half block west of postofflce, Liberal, Ks. m., and this Great Round-up" Starts off on a Je Day's Run. -mm l 'f I - I t . No. - I h agar for Herd No. 2 r No. 3 standard tomatoes, Faust brand pumpkius, No. 8 Hominy, regu-s lar 15c values, Eddington says 1 1 per can, only ........ . .V-' HerdNo:3 Special laundry soap, regular 6 for 25 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. — 10 January 1913

Publication Summons i, tiif. ii.-Titi("r conn? ok sicwauk COl'NTY. KANSAS. , l'!noiit H. Hoyd. I'liilnulT 'vs. .'hili E. novo. IVfeiiiluut. I .. si me of Kus. to Smile E Itoyil: Villi ! heivhy notlfled lint yon Iibvi lmi Hi d In Lite district court fit Howard Omnly. umisaU. Iiy Kinuior II. Iluyd as plaintiff. In an t-iilti ImI as fttKirv: ami that you taiutt sniwf'i- the iieiltiuu llnn-iii Hied on or before ,!) 1 ."t li 'lay or I'V'liniary, VMX or llm same vil Im tnki-n as true ami confessed ly you: Mill jinlmi'iil will In' rendered In siilii action i-'i invoi-ofthi IilaintltT as praytil for therein, lii-vvit:' A Judgment aiiuullliitf tho niarrlavt) I -lul lon i I'llslliiK tictivivii you ami thc yliiln Uii'. Kinmiit II. Hoyd, anil ilwivnliw mild iiinii:IIIV an alnolnle dhnri-e from you. and ij.'aiitiiitr lo you. til" said Saill K. Ito.vd, the fan' anil custody of Tliidma Itosalino Hoyd. K. s. in win. fMerk of tbe PNtrtetOonn. 'r.LVPK U. COMMONS mid HAWVKK , V liAsKIU,. Attorneys for...

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. — 10 January 1913

SHELTER III WHITER .' teii Med Stot. ;.; When winter draws near the mao who ta'looklug after bin flock care fill 1 1 jr should begin to watob for symp tom of cold and possible pneumonia in bis flock. A flock drenched to tbe cfeiu by a cold rain late In the fall is nearly . sure to" develop a few cases of heavy oildrt. and auy additional ex poKiii'e will be apt to cause gome pneu uiouia. A dry. well lighted shelter, free from drafts and having a good, dry fluoY, will prevent serious trouble. iK.vness I the main requirement In a slieep shed. ' If It bus it goisl roof, sides that are proof against blowing snoyr and sleet, and a good, dry Door,' the sheep will l comfortable even if It I not very warm. A good, roomy, well lighted shod makes a good shelter for th flock in wlntttr. ' riiirlny the whiter the sheep should be turned out of the Kited on dry days, even if the winter Is very cold If It In not raining? sleeting or snowing the ewew and lambs of lust year Hhonld be out In the open ...

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. — 10 January 1913

!!SW;lEflAIiDWiiy A SECOND ADVENT ' 1 l',WOK.KIJ5SFILj ii Mm Divines on Right Track, Says Pastor fteil. No World-Burning Sitin t B Bo'jftd Sin, Siokneii and Death to Be ConqueredMan to Be Delivered Tha Powar Vested In Meeetah H Kingdom Near How It Will Appear, Denver, Dec. 1. This city 1m stirred Seventeen pastor of all ileiioiiiliin tlons-. have been discussing The See oud Advent' for moiilli. Now comes I'aator Uuasell tell lug tis all thut "The Karfb abld eth forever" thai it will never he de slroyed by literal tire. According to lilm the great event of Christ's Cora ing will bring blessings such as we all ilt'Mlre. IIu .seems to have the Bible and lot,'!).' on bis Hide too! i Pastor Knssell declared that false concepts of the Second Coming of Christ bnd done great Injury. The .view set forth In all orthodox creed Is that Christ will come again lu the llesh. The resnrrecjlon will take place wllliln twenty-four hours. The saintly will rise In the air to meet the Ird Then fire will ...

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. — 17 January 1913

mm Sixth Year. Number 35 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS," FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913 $1.50 Per Year V '. itiSeiUi ' Of4 UTY ' n; 34 Years H u n v i () Quality J Merchandise I Yt UAIaZJJUU UEERAL MAN RECEIVES CARNEGIE HERO MEDAL - '-. Pittsburg:, Peon., January 15. At an annual meeting of the Carnegie Hero Fund Ckrnroi8siun here today, the following award was made: James A. Miller receives silver med al and 1,000 as needed. Miller, ed 4.1, a foreman, attempted to rescue Jet C. Pvocers; atfed 15, a farm hand and Ora Postlewaite, ayed 34, farmer and well digger, from a cave-In in a cesspool at Liberal, Kansas, October 14, 1011. Roger and Postlewaite, at night, were buried under bricks ard sand ten feet deep, at the bottom i f a cesspool which they were deepen ing, when -the wall caved In upon them, leaving an aroh of brirks ovei hanging and scarcely supported by the soil, eighteen feet above their heads, The opening in the arch was but twelve by -sixteen Inches. A f DR. H. A. M. January ...

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. — 17 January 1913

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 Knlerad an second-cUss matter January 6, at the putt ofttee at Liberal. Ktnnui mli-r the Act of Mih :i, IS7K. There's so much good In the worst of us, and there's so much bad in the best of us, t hat it doesn't behoove any of us to speak 111 of the rest of us MISIUP.KCTKB KNKIKJY AND FALSE SYMPATHY we reel it our auty iniB ween 10 chastise the people of. this world about misdirected energy and false sympathy, hoping that the world will at once become bttter. Human nature la proverbially In' consistent. It may applaud the virtu ous, but It would rather, waste its energy, when a question of material help arises, In aiding the vicious. Thousands are perishing around us daily, when their only crime is, that. thy are poor. Yet there is little sympathy for them, even from rela tives and former friends, and no helping hand Is stret...

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. — 17 January 1913

The Glen Falls Fire Insurance Company none betterfew as good. Is represented In Liberal by Light & Stoufer. It you are not luaured or If your present policy Is about to ex pire call on them and have them tell j on about the Glen Falls. Bring your butter, eggs, poultry and cream to us And get the cash for ihem. Liberal Cold Storage Civ"' ' 8-5-tf STANDARD j TYPEWRITER is GUARANTEED! The NEW MODEL, No. 5 ROYAL cornea to yon with th uncon ditional guarantee that it will do the ' higest grade work for a longer lime at less up keep expense than machines usu ally' listed at .83 1-2 percent high er in price. This Guarantee Is Actually Attached to Every New Model Royal Just as you see It In the Illustration Back of this guarantee arc the resources and experience : of one of the largest and most important typewriter manufac turing concerns in the world. Do you think vn would dare make such a guarautee if we did not know that the UOYAL has simplicity and durability to outclass any other m...

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. — 17 January 1913

Publication Summons isTiirc im-tkict coi kt of ,M'.waui ('(inNTV. KANSAS. Fnim.ir. II. Hovel, I'lalntllt ... ' vs. S.iilln K. Il'i.vd. Ilcrcncliiiit. Tim Sum of K !. lufudlo E. Bwcl: You WfO n.M-1-iiy ii'iunt'il vln't .v-"1 "dJ KmiMist, t'V Emmet II, Boyd iw plaintiff. In iu a, (ion cntiUwl a alwvi awl that , ftn,wnrUll.liion UwiHlfi Ilk-donor (Wore tin" r,iU day of l-Vl.iuarv, ll3.or the will lie taken an true and conf.wd by y and ju.ifement will le rendered in salil aollo 1 In favor of the plaintiff at prayed for therein, to-wlt; A jiidxineiit anmilliriif the marrlatte relitl Urns exIstliiK hetween you and (he plam tltr Hinniet II. Ho.vd. and dwireelmr wild plaliilliran absolute, dlvoive fmm you. and Knu.tlmMo.vm, 111- said Hatlle. h. Boyd, the eu." and custody of Thel.na Uosaline Uo.vd. F H. I KWIN. Clerk of llw IMstrli-t Court. OI.YOE B. COMMONS aiid MWVEIl & uASKItX. Attorneys for Flalntlll. First pu'lilMttd In the Uliei-al Prmoorat, Jan uary H, lin.- Last puhlshed, January...

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. — 17 January 1913

COOMITTEE ON -COMMITTEES IS NOT IN EFFECT iPLAN WAS DEFEATED BY DEMO CRATS IN CAUCUS YESTER ' : DAY 'EVENING Brown i Speaker of the House or Itepresentutlvos : ' " By C.'T. Warren.) . - Topeka. Jan. 13. The last of the inaugural ceremonies of Governor Georgi H. Hodges, were concluded tonight with & reception the func tion designated by the new chief ex ecuive instead of the conventional ball. The latter event was passed up at the request of the mother o. the new governor, who is opposed to public dancing. '.'"-. New Ofllcers Chosen At the democratic caucus held at 2: 0 p. m., the recommendation of a . committee on committees was defeat ed. All opposing candidates to W. L. Urowtt of Kingman for speaker, with drew and the Kingman man was elected by acclamation.; The caucus decided In favor or James W. Orr of Atchison for floor leader. Speaker pro tera Mulroy of Ellis: sergeant at arms, Fred Snyder of Smith; chief clerk; George S. Rogers or Craw ford: Postmaster, James Cnssin or Cr...

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. — 17 January 1913

... tt it A County chool News LIBERAL HARBOR OF REST, ETC. (Continued fi'rom First Pge.) itv MAltV K. T(Hn uBOn t..k In vour hand,.; you i a we now have to help make the . " - must luiior: fW deeds Is true happiness won; For stranger and friend, and for Rejoice there is much to bo done. l'.iide.iYor by crowning life's duty With joy-Klvln? song and with smile, To make the world fuller of beauty, BeeauHe you are in it a while. air. K. 11. White, director of school iliMmt No. 17, made us a pleusant fall one day last week. Me nays cieoone Is sal lulled with the prog iess of the school in his district this year. Mrs. Arie Evans is the teacher. e are glad to add to his prase o lira. Evans, that she was on hand al the tea. hers' meeting Saturday morn ing ready and prepared with her part or the program; "The New Arith- . luetic," She was present at both ses pious and stayed for tho lecture In fie evening, returning to Klamot on No. It4 Sunday morning. If we had standardization of schools in...

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. — 24 January 1913

l'lcai Soclcty Sixth Year. Number 36 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913 $1.50 Per Year llht "TT 0T T U1 $1 SI. JUST A LITTLE BETTER Wh'vh bewi merchant! isin for over thirty-four years thirty-five years next June and we have always tried to sell something that ia just a LITTLE BETTER 'than the other fellow has to offer. Thai Is One Secret of Our Success. JUST A LITTLE BETTER We have some dandy clothes values to offer you. We can (it you in an Edwin Clapp or Douglas shoe. John B. Stetson hats You can't beat 'em. Wilson Brothers shirts They are standard values. Carticelli Silks and Standard Dress Goods. Remember the old saying, "You're More Apt to' Get it at Summers' ". 34 Years Successful Merchandising.-; ' if" 9 C firxmnmiBttms Our city has had many different things to attract It, but tli (a one ot having a church "on w heels' Is some thing new to use. It is worth one's time to go down and carefully ex amine it. . The coHt of the ear.wben built nearly 22 years ...

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. — 24 January 1913

County School News BY MARY E. TODII 1 cried; "Dear angol, load me to the heights. And spur me to the top." The angel answered "Stop And set thy house in order; make . tt (air For absent ones who may be speed lug there, Then we will talk of heights." ut my home In order, "Xow lead on. " . The angel said, "Not yet, - Thy garden is besot By thorns and tares; go weed It, so all those Who come to gaze may llnd the un vexed rose; Then will we Journey on.'" . I weeded well my garden. "All done." The angel shook his head. "A beggar stands," ho said, ' ."Outside thy gates; till thou hast given heed And soothed his sorrows and supplied his need. Say not that all is done." The beggar left me singing, "Xow at last-. . At last tho path is clear." '. "Nay, there- Is one drafo'S near Who seeks, like thee, the dlflleult highway. He lacks thy courage, cheer Mm through the day, Then will we cry 'at last.' " I helped my weaker brother. "Now the heights Oh. guide me, angel, guide!" The presence at my s...

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. — 24 January 1913

Northeast Sewstrd Wm. Kossin hauled a load of coal out for No. 21 school bouse Friday. Jim Burr went to Santa Fe Friday. Claud Cove and AttoroeyMa rrs were business visitorshere Tues day. . A few of the dancing- crowd of this neighborhood went down to the Him home on the Cimarron, for a dance and oyster supper Friday night. ; VVhit Smith was over at John Malone's Friday. 1 Flora Smrtli and children visited with Mrs. White Friday after noon. ; . Mrs. John M alone has been on the sick list for the past week. Mrs. Wm. Rosin bad the mis fortune to ruu a sewing machine needle through one of her fingers about a month ago and is still suf fering with a very sore hand. The ladies over in Ihskell coun ty have thei r lirst chance to vote on the county seat election, Feb ruary 25th. Of course it will be Sublette. Andy Trahern is down sick with grippe and neuralgia. Mrs. K W. Molt is quite sick with grippe. Dee Harvey was out to Charles Prests Friday. 1 - Clyde Fullmer, who owns a quarter secti...

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 January 1913

f Icral Democrat , E. BLAKE. Owner 7 M. STOUFER, Editor ( "ished every Friday morning i .b-eral, Seward' County,. Kans. oscriptioo Price $1.50 Per Year iiurel a necoud-dawt mtlr January . i. it ihe uoti office t Liberal, Sauna li e tn Artl of March 1879. tiere's so much eood la th worst us, ami there's so mucn bad In .the .st of us, that It doesn't behoove any us to speak ill of the rest of u. HE CALL FOR MORE CATTLE Secretary of Agriculture Wil- )D. emphasized a few aays airo i need for more beef cattle, fie jijTued that in particular the oulhwest should thua use some of is ijreat idle tracts. ' To the south of here, to the jortfc. east and west,' there are frost stretches of land which is lying' idle, and the grass thereon is Itae and cauable of supporting ninv thousands of head of cattle The land is tiled upon or. bought b,y people who are merely suecu i..:..- i ...:n ..... f u uui;u suu iiiiuj urn uui mi ui vuc ' lund nor will they let any one run cattle upon it. Never before in...

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 January 1913

- Publiitm Summons l. TIIK MSTItlCT COritT OF SF.WABD ' VVm'NTYi KANSAS. Emmet H. lkiyU. I'lttlmllf VH. PadleE. Boyu. Oefmulttiit. The Hite of Kumi lo Hndta E linyd: Vou are hereby untitled that you linve been sued In tlie OiatrU'lOourt of KewanJ County, Kansas, by Emmet 11. bo.vd m plaluttlf. In an niton entitled as tlxjve: and t,bat yon must answer the petition therein Hied on or before the Ifrtli day of February, 1UI3, or the name w 111 lie taken true and confessed by you; and Judgment will Im rendered In said action In favor of the plaintiff as prayed for therein, to-wlt: A Judgment annullinir the marriage relations exlsllnir between you and the plain tiff. Emmet li. Itoyd. and dei-renlwr said plulntllf an absolute dlvon-e from yon, and tfrantinK to you. the said Sadie K. Royd. the care and custody of Thelma Uo&allne Boyd. E. 8. 1KW1N, Clerk of the District Court. CLYDE R. COMMONS and MAWYEtt & tiARlvlM., Attorneys for I'lalntllT. First published In the Liberal Democrat....

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 January 1913

SLAVES SET FREE RETURN TO BONDS S!i3SGrea!er FreedoihWitli King ly Honors Thereby Secured. Pastor RuimII's Discourse the Third nd Lt of a Series Upon tha Taxis Which Emballish tha Famous Union Station of Washington City. . ' Washington, D. (J.. January 10. I'a tor JCussell at Wash ington Temple to day his third ser ujod on our U'n lou Depot texts. Toduyto text was.: "The Truth shall make you tree." (John 8:32.) He said: . Truth is the great Emancipa tor. All enslavers oppose the Truth, knowing lis power on the mltitls of their victims. The taskmasters of to day would fnin hide the truth from wane-slaves, but find It Impossible so great Is the power of the pressand there are publishers' who have not sold their morn I sense for sordid gain. When chattel slavery prevailed, the master found It advantageous to edu cate his slaves and thus Increase their value, but disadvantageous to instruct them along the lines of human rights. The feudatory lords were very willing that the common peopl...

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. — 31 January 1913

Historical Society "FT"' oil T . II AIL- lly VLjl (liilJi. Surf A Year. Number 37 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1913 $150 Per Year jlfegfe QUALITY Jlfafc ATTENTION EVERYONE See Our In This g Ad Pap er The Big Store Will Give You a Sale to Talk About. COMMENCING FEB. 1 ENDING FEB. 8 We Must Make Room For Spring Goods Soon Due Us. Z22S3 LIBERAL, KANSAS, OUYMON. OK LA. OALHART. TEXAS' SURPRISE OVER BOTKIN APPOINTMENT WINFIELD MAN NAMED A3 WAR. DEN OP PENITENTIARY Governor Hodges Also Names Other Official Martin, a Republican, Adjutant General Wage Bill Introduced Topeka, Jan. 23. Governor Hodges sent to the senate today the following appointments: Member of the public utilities com. mission, Myer Hurley ofJCansas City, Kansas. Member of the board of control, stance Myers or Leavenworth. Warden, state penitentiary, J. D. Botkln, of Winfleld. , Adjutant General, Charles I. Mar tin or Fort Scott. The appointment of Botkin as war den otthe penitentiary and Meyers as m...

Publication Title: Liberal Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 31 January 1913

.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 A doctor has declared that walk J33XS:33. ios is a tiresome exercise, ana noi 52 Entered u mwonii-cla! matter JnuryS. 1911. t the ixwt office t Llbrl. KnM mler the Act of Mr.:h 3. IM9. Mneciallv beneficial. Of course he wants to be different. Now we never knew a man to bave a punc ture on account of walking; .in fact, we bave heard of men ac tually running to keep from get ting punctured, Hie doctor is wrong walking and running are very very healthy exercises at times. 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. We are happy just in propor tion as we are content. BURN THE RUSSIAN THIS TLES SO AS TO KILL THE CHINCH BUGS. Wish we could declare divi dends from the .over supply of water in the banks of the Ohio. Young man,...

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