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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Liberal democrat. — 31 January 1913

i, A NEW TIME CARD East. -.Bound '752 leaves...'.' 2:30 p. m, 2 leaves .11:20 a. m. 34 leaves 2:35 a. m. t leaves ;.. , 7:00 a. m West Bound 731 arrives . 4:40 p. m. 1 arrives 12 :5t p. m. 33 arrives 1:45 a. m. 3 arrives : ,,........11:20 p. m I1ENEEITS OF PARCELS POST : The parcels post that the govern ment put In operation in the United States January 1st, will have resuiu much like those of the first tele phones. It will Hie a great system that will bring the consumer closei to the producer and the produ.ei closer to the consumer. It will carry conveniences of the city te the coun try aud me fresh produce of tht tcuntry 10 the city kitchen direct.- li' the country luss has a skirt she wished dyed of. a feather curied she will send them to town. If tue rurai housewife has a pair of blankets sht wants dry-cleaned, she can send them to town in a parcel with a parcels. post stamp affixed. Muybe she wll. send a dozen or so eggs or a pound of butter along to pay the bill. How can the p...

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. — 31 January 1913

1 : ft. r- vi lift ; -t. ., V , v VTr-- Wi V1. 0) (1 pi ii s Ln . p (I Hi j s La JJ LMJ : 1; , , . . 3 I" ., ... FT If US Opening at 9:00 O'clock Saturday Morning, February 9 1st. mm After invoicing we find we are overstocked in some of our departments, and in order to reduce our immense stock to about one half its present size, which we must do to take care of our big spring purchases soon due us. We are going to give our patrons a true sale, SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT. You will find some goods at this sale actually sold below cost. This is a bonifide proposition by one of the largest and most reliable concerns in this Great Southwest Country and our standing will in itself prove to you that this is no fake, no lottery, no humbug, and we stand ready to back up anything we say. What Do You Think of This Men's 50 cent Red Seal Work Shirts, now 39c Each We offer our full stock of Men's Wool Shirts j t a terrific cut in prices. vf j They are made well. The lied Sea! make. Union ,., You ti...

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. — 31 January 1913

j ... l T i . j.. m i .. o. In,!, uiii;u up,.uriuuJty,. ti ... . . . U . . V" : "su.cfe-berore.oursi!!! une is us.- tuincc ims " t,i ' . .. : - - ------- -- . - -, . - ,-rr-fV;- ' -- - -- -lil jk m . !-ss3' our Men- $ ti So Overcoat at this sale S 4 as I H:-f 1 - i ,, . . - , .. , , Y - H f., . V"r; t t , , ... . " -" - Xn , vi.,v i,hwi()., , . . t 1 4 I -i -J T' reduction. S e handle notninj: but good . mjikerrk '. , i. O L' 1 :i Men s teavy wool shirts $1.00 value now & 78 d A" OUl M,liS -10 00 O.-ercoats at this sale sAH i v. 4 . " ... . Ladies Suits U f ; . :! t , . . .. aiue uow., tl All our Men's 10.50 Overcoats at tbis sale 7 98 - V -5 v ... A -.of clothing and have toUunjr but . good values to U . '" JU1" H f--J . CV I Meosheavy wool shirts ..1.25. value now........... .89 Alloor'Meo'. 12 50 Overcoate at this -sale' ' V6 r ' offer you. . H All our Ladies' $12.50 suits at this sale. 6.23 q : :J . -? f Men's heavy wool shirts 1 50 value now . 98 All our Men's 13 50 Overcoa...

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. — 31 January 1913

THE POWER BE HIND THE T10HE Everyone has a throne, even the homeless man who has no spot in this wide world which he can truly call his own; for there fs a momen tary feeling of independence and ter. ritorlai consequence when after a weary day's travel he kick off his boots, stretches Wmself underneath ., nM ran- nnrnpt lu someone's barn loit, pulls the silken cover of hay over him and peacetuiiy steeps. This Is his throne; his rough shock of hair his crown, his walking utick his scepter and the hay his downy bed, with silken covers. li tho mm-ninir as the BUn shines nn hlH radiant face, he reaches for the little sack in which Is the bread and liuter that some good woman has ,..,r,o-o,i ma thoughts are of her; she Is behind his throne and how happy she has made his wondrous domain. , x, , "Ye who believe in affection that hopes, and endures, and Is patient; v whn hnttpvn In beauty and ufonirth nf 11 woman's devotion, should list to the moirnful traditions still sung by the pines or ...

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. — 31 January 1913

DENVER TO HAVE A NEW ROAD TO GULF Missouri, Kansas & Ttxas Begins Work on Ltns to CompeU With Hill System. One of the main topics of con versation aud one of the most in teresting of proceedings here at the present, is about the building of railronds. We have no pro , phecys to make.f that we would feel sure of, but the following are two articles, one from the Kansas City Star and one from the. Den ver Post: Read them and then mke your own deductions. They will be as good as any one else's. 'Through 150 miles of new rail road construction in southwestern Kansas aud northwestern Okla homa, which has already been be gun, Denver is to have a new rail outlet to the gulf, and between Gulveston and Denver at least, the IT ill system is promised an active competitor for its gulf-to-sound line, to.be opened within the next year. A" permit to begin construction of the extension of the Wichita Falls & Northwestern from For gan, in the Northwest corner of Oklahoma, to the Kansas-Oklaho...

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. — 31 January 1913

W. H, THOMPSON ELECTED SENATOR Th Senata Cast Its Entire Vote for Him-In the House All But Four Votes for Demo cratic Nominee. WILL OF THE PEOPLE The Legislators Followed the Spirit of the Kansas Primary . Law-Stone Voied for Thompson. Hutchinson Gazette, Jan. 21). The election of Jude William II. Thompson, of Garden City, to the olllce of United States Senator from Kansas, was almost unanimous In the two houses of the legislature yester- "t day. In the senate forty vo es, the entire membership of that body, was last for Thompson. In the house 120 votes were cast for Thompson, three for VV, II. Stubhsand otu for Henry Allen. At noon today the two branches of the legislature will meet In Joint session In the hall of repre sentatives and formally complete the election of the new senator by an nouncing the result of t lie seperate ballots yesterday In each branch. It will then be discovered that Thompson has received a majority of the votes cast in both branches of the legislature and ...

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. — 7 February 1913

Historical Society LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1913 $1.50 Per Year Sixth Year. Number 88 VTTTu Ti)iidDwi 9i mm Glenn Wins Some time ago' the Dally Wichita -Ragle put on an advertising contest. The person who could write the best ad was to get 20 00 and the next best $10 00. Miss Gertrude L. Jones, of 'Wichita, won the first prize. Because of a tie for second place, each man having two advertisements accepted, the second prize of $10.00 will be split between G. M. Glenn, of Liberal, and'G. C. Thompson, of Wichita. Each will get $5 00 when the checks are sent out from the Ea gle ofllce. The contest uncovered talent in parts of the southwest that has never been heard of before as producers of successful ad writers. Four contri butions were received from inmates of the Kansas reformatory at Hutch inson, and others from outside the state. One was received from an old resident of Wichita, who Is now liy- Don I Our B Liberal Opera House ONE NIGHT ONLY WEDNESDAY, FEB...

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. — 7 February 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 Knli'reil as second-clas matter January 6. 11111. at tliw Kjt uIHop at Liberal. Kansas ruler the Act of Man-h :. I7. . There's so much flood in the worst of us, and there's so much bad in the best of us, that it doesn't belioove any of us to speak 111 -f the rest of us. The Drummer and His Tip G; A, Lorei zon, a Chicago t'i gar salesman, fotirinir from busi ness the past eek, made public his expense iccouuts, showing $18 000 paid ui tips in twenty years. His a' enure was $75 pei month. If .v " don't pay tips, said Mr. Lore ;.en, you are black listed. As salesmen's expense ar pVid by the house tiireetly or indirect ly, the cost o' all the unwillinv service one meets on the road i added to the price of the gnodt. The drumin r is a natural prey. Tiie tourist m iv give up more lib erally, but he is occasional and in termittent....

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. — 7 February 1913

A NEW. TIME CARD . . ' East Bound 752 leaves.. .'.,.2:30 p. m. 2 leaves 11:20 a. in. $4 leaves .2:35 a. m. , 4 leaves 7:00 a, m x West Bound 731 arrives ..;...-. 4:40 p. m. ; 1 arrives .". 12:5i p. ru. 83 arrives 1:45 a. m. . 3 arrives 11:20 p. m. BEE1 E3 DON'T DON'T fail to see that your insurance is concurrent. If it is not, have it made bo. DON'T fail t, keep an inven - tory. Yo'.i must furnish proof in ciiseof loss. DON'T jeopardise your in surance by carelessness. In case of any changes made in location or building that will effect your insurance in any way, '. notify the agent. DON'T fail to investigate the standing of the company yonr insurance is written in. DON'T; "orget thai1 the four strongest companies' in the world have an agent in Lib eral. See him about that policy today. Phone 117 7 Ktnni Avenue M. J. TOWNSEND T II K BIG AG ENCY Remember The Palace Cleaners All Work finoNtittfed fcut Side Kmim At., tPhoM 333 CAN SAVE NILU- 3 BY ORDERING yOJJR ki i pi r WHILK IT IS CH...

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. — 7 February 1913

II II ' - WL t ' iPmintv Srhnnl-rcfiiys- ' . BV MAKY B, TODD -: . " J" A wise roan who does not assist with his counsel, a successful man who does not entourage with his success and a good man who does not make the world better have neglected the greatest privileges God has given them. . The Panhandle Educational as sociation will meet in Guymon, Oslahoma, February l20, 21 and 22. We hone as many teachers as can will attend this union meeting of the teachers of Seward and Stevens' counties in Kansas, and Texas, Beaver and Cimarron counties in Oklahoma. Guymon is planning on furnishing free en tertainment to all visiting teach ers. Superintendent Nettie B. Lynch, will have a list of homes where the teachers will be enter tained. The program will be sent to each teacher as soon as we can get them printed possibly the lirst of the wepk. The Bible tells us that in a mul titude of counsellors there is wis dom. If we will all meet together and give the best that we have and get the best f...

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. — 7 February 1913

NEW HA I S LOR SPRING 1 0 SHOW THE HEAD AND FACE LIBERALLY TRANSPARENT Ef fECTS ARE NOW EXPLOITED IN NEW BLOUSE DESIGNS JUVENILE FANCY DRESS PARTIES IN THE REALM OF FASHION gulnipes. One waist. Illustrated, to of all over lace mounted ou uel. It has rovers and turned back cuffs of white t I n mid n jabot of shadow luce I'liH uth(i blouse Is also one of the ioiiiliii transparent ett'U and Is of blue nud cream chlffvi mounted over shadow lace. Properly Costumed and Carried Out, Triey Are Delightful Af fairs That Interest Both the Old and the Young. Girl's Party Frock. ' This little girl's lace party frork ha two flounces, the lower sash of pink ribbon passing' under the short flounce and holding the flounce beneath In nur row, straight skirt lines. Both sashes l is. ft r v. J' ....TUT.:;: '' i'--l9S: -'l&B':' mm f fix vra APVANTR model In waists lire shown hero. hut one L particularly not1 es is the length of sleeves. 'Ihose shown here lire long, but they nisiy bo tliitM mirttr" I...

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. — 7 February 1913

trtlaafti The Cut Rate Stored Big Quit Business Continued We Have Decided to Continue Our Big Quit Business Sale to March 1st . Those who haven't taken advantage of this, the greatest of all sales, better do so now before it is too late. All during the month of February our prices will be as low and in many cases less than at the beginning of the sale. We still have a good stock of STAPLE DRY GOODS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS. We wish to sell every dollars worth of this stock before March 1st, and will do so if Cut Prices Will Do the Work At tend this, the greatest sale of all sales, where every price is a cut price and you will save dollars. All lwt grade of calicoes, per yard . . . .5c Apron check gingham, per yard 5c Percale, 10 cent values, per yard .61c Percales, 12 1-2 and 1" cent values, per yard .9c Anioskeg ginghams, per yard 8Jc Dress ginghams, 12 1-2 and 15 cent values, per yard s ... .9c All 12 1-2 cent outing, light and dark, per yard 9c Table oil cloth, per yard 15c Al...

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. — 14 February 1913

Historical Society WW Sixth Year. Number 39 LIBERAL, SEVVARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913 $1.50 Per Year MAN'S INHUMAN ITY TO MAN Wednesday, a certain party in town THE SPECIAL LEGISLATION OUR -BUYERS - ARE :EAS . Our bqyet; V E. L. Haller, of Lorena, C3?j IT SEWARD COUNTY . FARMERS INSTITUTE fly Mry E. Todd- Wateh out for the farmer who tells you. That something cannot be done. He's likely to be an old-timer An especially lazy one, Or, maybe he bates "book-farmin' And sneers and says science don't pay Watch out for the farmer who tells you t He farms in the same old way. He doesn't believe in engines, . Makes his wife and children toil, Has them care for the cows and (he garden, .While he goes on robbing the soil. Mrs. Farmer looks worn and weary now, And once she was lithe and trim, -But tis useless t ospeak to .father. There's no appealing to him. He's still in the same old rut you'll see, You never could touch his pride, Mrs. Parmer can walk .while she does her chor...

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. — 14 February 1913

The Liberal Democrat A. E. BLAKE, Owner LOG OF THE PAUL. M. STOUFER. Editor Published every Friday morning ,t r:lrftl. Seward County, Kans Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year i . ,,..inii.iV matter January 0, ,i. .-wf. .iHii at Ulieral. Kansas .1,1 l, l vu - iilr the Act uf Mairl) S. There's so much kooH In the worst NEW ROUTE (Continued from Flwt I'aire.) Following ure some excerpts from the route book: "Active road or lourmg uu"" tlons are always the traveler's snr.t guarantee for fair and courteous treatment, careful prbvlslon in the ila. and a nearly Tlie .act mat a mi'"'r . Methodist Church. Revival services every evening at 7:30. Key. Maitland will hold a Children! meeting next Saturday at 2;.'i0 p.m. Next Sunday at '2:o0 p.m. Kev. Maitland will spaak to women only at the church upon the subject; "The Influence of Woman" irls under fourteen years of ae will not be admitted. The women of Liberal should avail themselves of. this jjreat op- iimlinmn a thorpfnrfl make tliO'11 nortun...

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. — 14 February 1913

A NEW TIME CARD East Bound 752 leaves.. 2 loaves 34 leaves 4 leaves . ....2:30 p. m. ..11:20 a. ni. ....2:35 a. m. ,....7:00 a. m West Bound 751 arrives .. ......4:40 p. m. ' 1 arrives 12: 5 ! p. m. 33 arrives 1:45 a. xa. 3 arrives....... 11:20 p. m. DON'T DON'T fiiil to see that your insurance is concurrent. If it is not, have it made bo. DON'T fail to keep an inven tory. You must furnish proof in case of loss. DON'T jeopardise your in surance by carelessness. In . case of any changes made in location or building that will effect -your insurance in anv 'way. uotify the agent. DON'T fail to investigate the standing' of the company your insurance is written in. DON'T forget that the four strongest companies in the world have an agent in Lib eral. See him about that policy today. Phone 117 7 Kansas Avenue . M. J. TOWNSEND T II K B t Cf AGENCY Remember The Palace Cleaners All Work Guaranteed Est Sid Kansas A. Than 333 Eureka Items 0. E. Morehouse butchered bogs on Wednesday. Little Zel...

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. — 14 February 1913

A Prominent Editor of the Southwest Dead. Pratt, Feb. 7. When the news came to Pratt .yesterday of the death of J. K. Cochrane it fell on sorrowing ear as Mr. Cochrane was a prominent business man and had served the-public 11 .years as postmaster. He had been ill for some time and had spent several months at a sanitarium at St. Joseph, Mo., tr,vinjr iu vain to regain his health. He leaves a wife and three child4 ren, Frank, Esther and Phil to mourn his loss. Also a father, M. I).' Cochrane, a sister, Mrs Grant Scott, two brothers, 8. VV. and Frank, all of whom live at Keokuk, Iowa, and a brother, A. A. Cochrane who was identitied with his brother in the publication of the- Pratt Republican. ,J. lv. Cochrane came to Pratt county in the early days before the citv of Pratt was laid. Ho first settled atluka, later com iotf to this city. Although but 48 years old at the time of his death he could well be classed as a pioneer new'spaoer man of the Sounhwest as he worked on the first newsp...

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. — 14 February 1913

9 Local and Personal We want another car load of old roosters at the Liberal Cream ery. - . Bill Lano of Virginia, is here this week, visiting his brother Had. and family. Miss Edna Stevesson went to Kansas City this week, with Mr. and Mr9. Kilph Summers. Oklahoma farm loans and city loans favorable terms; quick ser vice Moorr & Falls. 2 14-tf. Jack Evans went to Wichita on business, Monday morning on No. M and returned Wednesday night. If. H. 'Hobble's father and step- A number of Liberal business mother are nere visiiinij iiitJir suu i uicu vruu lamvou .vu and fatnilv this week Mr. Ilullet is reported improv ing and exnects to return home next week, after a severe illness. atSantanta Thursday, ticulars next week. Full par- Geo. M. Glenn, left Wednes day for Ojoaha and other Nebras ka points, on business connected with leasing a large ranch in that C. V. Manatt went to ToDeka bi d Omaha Tuesday, where he will 1)0 on business matters for a few day Si We have old papers for sale ...

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. — 14 February 1913

kl County School News - BY MARY K.JODI) T 2 There's a Surest wav to be a "might-have-been. It's a snap to pick a ."has-been" on the run; He's the man who's always moping, and In futures ever hoping. He's a "going to do" who never gets it done. 1h It up to you to take this gentle knocking? Will you blink to have the searchlight aimed? Are you al ways borrowing sorrow, with your hopes fixed on tomorrow? If you are, my dear, just do your stunt today. One strange practice of some of our teachers has to do. with sitting still of children. No business ever searched out people who can sit still, but rather people who can move quickly, quietly, orderly and syste matically about their work. How few give the positive training that gives life Instead of the sit still train ing that produces physical and men tal death? I said to a teacher, "the children do more written work than you can honestly and consistently correct and they are forming abomin able habits in Kngllsh and in penman ship. Hut ...

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. — 21 February 1913

Kistorical BoUty ..U.il II Sat A yieor. Number 4 0 LIBERAL, SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1913 $1.50 Per Year OUR BUYERS BACK FR MARKET And our spring, goods will be roll ing in in a few days We'll have lots of pretty things to V J l 11V ' snow you, ana u s an- ft fx. i QUALITY MERCHANDISE WeVe Johny on the Spot. At it Thirty- ! I v Five Years in June, 1913. 4'., liberal, Kansas; guymon, ok la, . . Ir. '&s ' ... DALHART, TEXAS' JCStlWt cast AN AFFAIR OF HEART Many and man; a heart wa&elevat ed Rally, sweetly and In great loveli ness Friday, Valentine Day, only to be torn ruthlessly down and tram pled under foot, on the. morrow. We speak or the many thousands of piefe ly, playful and shy red hearts thai decorated tike ball room at the La dles' Valentine Dance, and were then torn down In haste on Saturday morning. ' '.- . How often it is the case that the human heart, which decorates the face of the owuer, nd causes him to lieam (food will and friendship to all 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. — 21 February 1913

A E. BLAKE, Ownr PAUL M. STOUFER, Editor ThS Liberal Democrat 3S WE HAVE RELlOVED I nawgnflQAr IK 11I1LL111K 1L CI J "Ml J . . , - " - - ... .. , rrtTT II in A HflilTtj Boom the parcels pobi; iuae n OUT StOCK 01 XtM iAffluuo ALADDIN LAMPS, Panama goods direct. Me can be e ?' vflCum 8WeeDerfl, and 1892 start a mall order house, and no In- Aluminum ware to the first cllnation to ao u. .. ,. ; Let the storekeeper aaveruwi D Jutt IDK 6081 OI JMMiuigum h.n,.,rh tha ennntrv newspapers : . what he can do. grocery, uommenciug muu Let the country newspapers nn-r, L,Krnflrv gith We Will press upon the manufacturers the day, eDruary -Jiiu, ww mil fact that they, me eauor uim uuu..Mrrv tn me OI KllClien . r: tssrjrzz tszz rsssu n,e alurainurn ware, Aiaddin . . n i. t .M I tkn KAimtrV 1. Thr a room for everybody m lamps aud vacum sweepers this country, that is to say, for every- Lj.ni n nni Tinr-nfl wheh .... .. i . . u i i.. tn ha nr onr sir-i " m . . .. There's so much good in uie worst, noay ...

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