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The Liberal Democrat
(Successor to Th Independent)
Th Saward County Publishing Company
, CARL C. EDDY
Editor and Publisher.
Published every Friday morning
at Liberal, Seward County, Kans.
Entered as second-class matter January 8,
1911. at the post office at Liberal, Kansas,
under the Act of March 3. 1879.
"There's so much good In the worst
of us, and there's so much bad In the
best of us, that it doesn't behoove any
of us to speak ill of the rest of us.'
Arthur Capper's candidacy is be-
ine received with but little ap
plause from this section of the
state. ,
-
The city administration is doing
a preat deal toward making the
streets of the town attractive. The
past week considerable work has
been done on West Second bt. and
on Grant Ave., in cleaning out the
ditches, and fixing them so that
these streets will drain into Can
Creek. There are a number of
streets that need grading and the
good work will go on as long as
the funds hold out. Draggig the
streets is also good practice and
the good work should be extended
to a number of the country roads
as fast as it is practicable. In this
country where railroads are few
and far between, the roads form
the onlv means of getting from
one place to another and it is very
essential that they be kept in as
good condition as possible.
The Boosters Club has not been
reefiivino; the supuort from the
business men of the town that it is
reallv entitled to. As a business
proposition, it affords great pos
sibilities for increasing the busin
ess of the town. It takes a good
strong pull to keep a town going
and growing when competition is
strong. Before many years we
are going to feel the need of a
good and substantial organization
among the business men of the
town, and we will be better able to
master the situation if the organi
zation is perfected now. Of course
everyone can find an excuse for nol
attending the mettings, but we may
sometime encounter a situation
when excuses will no longer avail.
The Boosters Club has a few live
members but it should include al
least one man from every business
establishment in the town. Why
not?
The
Monetary Value
of
Schooling.
Education is profitable to the
educated. It adds to the earniug
power of the individual.
Two young ladies, Miss Nettie
Fraser and Miss Ruth Spray, of
the department of education, Uni
versity of Kansas, have made a
most interesting investigation of
salaries or wages as related to
schooling.
They found that in Lawrence,
Kansas, a greater number of men
had gone to school eight years
than any other period. The next
greatest number had gone twelve
years, then ten, then sixteen.
Among the people canvassed
were 13 clerks, 12 teachers, 8 car
penters, 6 salesmen, 5 stenograph
ers and bookkeepers, G merchants,
5 printers, 4 in laundry work, 4
domestics, 3 cashiers, 3 day labor
ers, 3 insurance agents, 3 barbers,
2 telegraph operators, two stone
masons, 3 machinists, 2 newspaper
men, 2 farmers, 2 dressmakers,
2 night watchmen and one each
of the following: banker, dairy
man, fisherman, reporter, civil en
gineer, bookbinder, dentist, street
car conductor, color-maker, rail
road man, butcher, milliner, wash
er woman, poultry man, piano
player and a nurse.
More men received $800 than
any other amount. The greater
majority of men received from
$000 to $1,000
No man who had less than eight
years of schooling got more than
$1,200 and only two of these more
than $900. One of the two receiv
ing more than $900 said he had
been taught at home. Then, too,
he gave his wages per day, not'
telling how many days a year he
worked. ' Consequently it was dif
ficult to estimate his income per
year. Uf the men.whonaa gone
to school ji-st eight years five re
ceived less than $600, five between
$000 and $1,000, and five from
$,1000 to $1,800, but none more
than$l,800j Out of twelve men
getting more than $1,800, nine had
over twelve years of education and
three between eight and twelve
years. The three that had had less
than twelve years of education
were men who had had a great
deal of experience and had gone to
school several years ago. All the
young men getting over $1,800
had had more than twelve years
of schooling.
The majority of women had
gone to school from seven to twelve
years and received $400 without
much regard to the number of
years of schooling. By comparing
women's with men's salaries it was
found that women's wages were
extremely low. Only three men
received as little as $400 and none
less than that amount, while more
than half the women received $400
or less, although the ' women on
the averagu had gone to school at
much as the men. ,
In general there seemed to be a
correlation between the amount of
schooling a person has had and his
earning ability. The man who has
been to school the longest does not
necessarily receive the highest wag
es, but he seems to have a greater
chance of receiving the greatest
amount of money.
Correlation was true in more
cases of the men than of the wo
men unless the woman had taken
up some occupation where she
could use her education directly.
University Press Bulletin.
Arterthouffhra.
J, o
i
(
Most of vus buy a lot of
experience that we never can
use and can't sell.
The transgressor's way
I may not seem so hard if he I
X can afford pneumatic tires.
t There are others besides a
. . ..
X theatrical manager who spend
lots of money to make a I
i show.
T it a man is trouoiea wini
1 indigestion, it is a waste of t
time to try to convince him 2
f that the- patent medicines he J
X uses are responsible for v half I
I of it.
',, Men acquire a taste for ;;
liquor and tobacco and women '
.,
acquire a taste for olives and ;;
;: The wrinkles caused by
.. worry are the result of worry-; ;
ing over something that..
1 worry could not help.
Never tell a man he is a..
, ,
X fool; he'll not believe you, "
and you will make an enemy
' of him.
MHtHM
First published July 20, I'M I
Delinquent
Tax List.
Of Lands and Town Lots To
Be Sold for Taxes Sep
tember 5, 1911
Know ye, that I, Georiro A. Smith. Treanur.
er of Seward county, Kansaa, do by the an
ttmrity in me vested under Chapta. wn A 6975
Inclusive, of the general Mamie nt M and
Chanter IIUol thelawaof lMt, rclntlng to I lie
piiniication or and sale or real cstato for the
mymrnt of taxes, hereby Rive notice that I
will on Tuesday. September 5, 1911. at my of
fice in the court house in Liberal, Kansas,
offer at public auction, and sell for taxes and
oost, all ofi the following real estate. In the
county of Howard, and the state of Kansas, or
suoh part thereof as may be required to pay
the takes and coal s due upon said real estate
Bald salo will continue from day to day un
til all taxes and costs are paid.
OKOKOE A. SMITH.
County Treasurer.
Quartor Seo. Tirp. Kantre Amt.
Loth 1, 3. 8!i ne 3 ill :il f 16 Ml
r a :il II 8 07
'-ots 1,2,0,4 nw 8 31 31 7 50
Lota 4,4. sw 6 :il ill 7 64
8e ill ilt . 8 07
NI2nw 8 al HI 4 21
Nw 1L ill al 8 21
8w II 31 ill 8 SI
Ne 17 31 ai 18 66
Be, ne, ne. to,
lia.se 23 31 - x 31 2094
Bl-2ow el 3 IW 23 31 31 17 41
It 1-2 ne, iw ne,
n so . 23 31 81 . 26 00
No- 27 ' 31 81 .- , ' 21 SO
Nw 27' 31 31 ' 21 89
Lots 3, 4, il-2 nw 6 U2 31 , 17 51
Lots a, 4, el 2 ttw 30 U 31 f . 25 66
Ne IB ' 32 31 16 37
Se 34 32 HI ' 10 il2
Se 36 32 31 , 21 60
8w 4 31 32 12 54
Se & 31 32 12 M
Lots 0, 1, Ol-2, sw 6 31 32 11 70
Nw V 31 32 . 12 54
Se 13 31 32 18 511
Nw II) 31 Ur, ' 13 00
Sw 1 31 32 . 13 00
Se In 31 32 13 00
Ne , 17 81 32 18 44
No 27 21 32 13 110
Ne i!4 31 32 - 27 27
Lotsl.8, sl-2ne 1 32 32 . 13 93
Sw 3 33 . ' 32 27 27
Nw .. 28 32 33 ' . 17 55
Lota 3. 4,sl 3nw 2 31- 33 . 10 30
Lots 1, 2, el-2 ue 4 31 3i 10 3U
Sw 12 ill .33 to 08
Sw 23 31 33 ' 5 42
K12ne "37 32 33 3 19
Lots 3, 4, see, 1
Luis 1, 2, 2 32 34 7 (Mi
Se 7 32 34 9 00
Se 10 32 34 0I
fle 16 32 . 34 , 10 37
Sw 1 33 31 28 DO
Se I ' ilit 81 . 28 m
Lots 3, 4, si 2 nw 5 il3 31 18 66
Sw 5 33 31 i5 22
Lots I. 2, Bl-2 lie 6 33 31 . . 14 66
Lots 3,4.5.se of nw 8 33 31 - 14 08
So I) ilil 31 14 (III
Se . 0 iM 31 . 10 07
9w ' 10 33 31 0 83
Sw 14 33 31 . 21 81
Se 17 33 31 S 03
Ne 28 ilil 81 20 81
Nw 20 33 ill , 23 87
ftw . 28 33 31 .. 20 81
Ne 17 34 31 10 42
Wl-2 Bft 12bw 38 34 81 15 02
So ,3 35 . 31 . 0 04
Nw 5 35 31 6 84
No 8 ' . 35 31 B 94
Lots 1, 2, el-2 nw 8 35 ill 0 04
bots 3, 4, el-2 aw 7 35 81 6 04
Se 7 35 31 (1 04
Lots 1, 2, 3. 4 15 - 35 31 13 07
Nl-2neul2nw 16 35 31 7 78
ne lot 1 .-
se, nw 16 35 31 7 78
Lots 2 8.4. sw nw 111 35 ill : 6 Kit
Ne 18 35 31 . 8 50
IajU 5. 6, el 2 nw 18 35 31 8 M
Uts 2,3,4, se nw 8 ill s 12 04
Ne 10 33 32 9 45
.Nw 11 ilil 32 - llM'i
Sw 12 33 32 17 55
Wl 2 no, ae se 19 ilil 3? U 73
Sl-3 sw 27,el-2 se 28 ilit il2 6 38
Se 33 33 32 . 6 88
til 2 sw, wl 2 se 30 33 35 8 VU
Lots 1, 2, 81 2 ne 1 34 i!2 13 74
Lot 2,sw,ne,nl-2 8e 5 34 82 9 74
Lots 3,4,5, 8C nw G 34 32 11 73
Sw 8 34 32 16 55
El-2 aw 14 34 33 4 21
So ' 14 34 32 11 04
W -2 no, ol-2nw 1(1 34 32 19 16
Nw 27 114 - 82 ' 7 11
Ne 20 34 32 7 83
Sw 20 84 82 K 32
Sw 29 34 32 - 9 32
Nw i 33 34 32 9 02
Nw 2 35 12 12 88
Se 12 35 32 17 82
Se se 8, sw sw 9
el-2 ue 17 35 82 17 13
Nw 24 Hit 33 - 13 75
Ne 7 83 33 14 00
Nw 28 33 33 23 55
Nw 34 ilit 33 10 28
Lots 1.2. Sl-2 no 1 34 ilil . 8 07
Sw 11 34 33 - .12 01
Ne 13 34 33 20 41
Nw 13 34 33 21 IW
Se li M 33 23 37
Sw ne 3 34 ilil lit
Part n of Ry. nw 34 34 33 17 21
Sw 2 35 83 ,' 24 03
Part or sw 4 35 33 8 66
Nw 10 36 itit '- 15 47
Sw 26 32 34 10 87
Se 35 82 34 . , - 8 U)
1-2 interest nw 1 33 . 34 6 57
1-3 Interest sw 1 33 34 6 W)
1-2 Interest nw 1 33 34 6 57
1-2 interest sw 1 33 34 ft m
Se 8 33 34 10 87
Ne 20 ilil 34 12 ,(!
Nw 20 83 34 16 61
50 2 " 33 34 15 66
Lots 1, 2, el-2 nw M il2 34 7 65
Lots 3. 4, el-2 aw 80 ilil 34 flow
W1-2 8W 33 33 84 . 8 68
Lots 3, 4, 812 nw 5 '34 34 , . , , 57
Sw 5 . 34 34 7 Ik")
Lou 3,4,5, se nw 8 34 34- 10
Se 8 iW 84 ; 0 48
Ne 7 34 34 ..i-11,89,
Nl-2nw,nl-2ne 27 M M ! 2v 14
51 2 nw, si 2 ne 27 i!4 34 , . 8 61)
Lots 1.2, el-2 nw . ill .34 34 ' 12 05
Lots 3,4, el-2, aw 31' - 34 34'., It Oft.
Se 31 . SI 34 ' '21 28
No 8 - 34 34 iit7 31
F.1-2SW 7 -35 34 ' 1 5 04
Lots 3, 4 , 7 35 ; .. 5 04
Lots 1,2, el-2 nw 18 35 34 '9 54
MUERAL C1TV
Lot llllc Amt 5 13 Kl
13 2 $ 76 6 13 Oil
14 3 7(1 7 13 . 03
27, 28 4 8 03 8 lit . !
10 5 1 16 9 l:l Oil
! 8 93 10 13 !
6 6 03 28 13 02
7 V 93 29 13 93
11 6 08 31 13 92
12 6 Oil it! 13 V2
lil 6 03 1.3.3,4, .18 9 11
14 8 Oil , 7. 21 28 21
15 6 v Oil 13, 14, 21 18 III
16 6 )fl 80 2 23 1 22
17 9 Oil 14 27 17 90
18 6 . 63 W 75 ft.
Ill . 8 03 lil 14, 15.
20 6 03 HI. 17. 18 30 113 02
22, 23 II 6 81 E 05 ft.
11.12, 10 1131 13,14,15.
17 Tl 02 111.17,18 30 23 01
18 II 92 15 32 0 45
II) 11 Or.1 II 34 34 87
7 12 93 14 37 0 77
8 12 IVI 15 37 58 63
9 12 Ilil 18 37 11 25
10 12 Oil 17 37 2 if7
lil 13 Oil 18 37 1 63
14 12 Oil 19 il7 1 Oil
3H 12 IB 10 il8 tl 35
27 12 02 27.28 .39 38 lil 62
28 12 92 El-2 25 30 2 02
1 13 93 14. 15 40 15 04
2 lil Oil 1 42 .1 85
8 lil Oil 2 43 3 85
4 13 93 4 42 3 85
Irregulnr tract 250x197 in S. W. XI. 84, 33 5 25
HEN HAHRISSON ADDITION
Lot lllk Amt Lot Illk Amt
14 2 1 94 9 4 52
15 2 1 04 10 4 93
II) I 1 04 II 4 93
15 3 74 15 4 02
16 3 74 16 4 02
CHAS. SUMMERS ADDITION
Lot Illk Amt I t Ulk Amt
8 76 39 il 70
0 " 711 40 3 70
10 " 76 1 4 62
11 " 78 2 4 62
17 " 75 3 4 62
18 " 75 - 4 62
19 3 75 5 4 S3
'.II 3 75 6 4 62
31 3 70 7 4 62
32 3 70 6 4 62
33 3 70 9 4 62
24 3 70 10 4 62
25 3 70 II 4 63
27 3 70 I'.' 4 62
'St 3 70 13 4 62
29 3 70 14 4 63
30 3 70 15 4 62
ill 3 70 16 4 62
:a 70 17 4 62
ilil 3 70 18 4 62
M .1 71) 10 4 63
il5 3 70 4 t
:) 3 70 ; 4 53
:r7 3 71) 37 4 53
38 3 70 38 4 53
FRISCO ADDITION
Lot Rlk . Amt Lot Illk Amt
31 3 ' 611 3 3 76
22 2 Ml 21) 3 76
il 60 27 3 76
24 3 80 28 3 78
27. 28 3 5 36 33 4 46
il 3 76 33 4 46
24 3 76 34 4 46
WKIDBNSAUL ADDITION
Lot Block Amount
4 1 1 30
3 1 1 70
20, 21, 22, 23. 24 1 20 91
ARMSTRONG ADDITION
1. 2, 3, 4 15 40
11 t 3 25
12 6 3 25
33 . 24 a (05
21. 23, SI, 24, 7 II (1
80x148 ft OB W. tide 19, 19. M Blk 7 13 17
CkAIGS ADDITION
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
'.v COUNT f. -
I J F Pnpst. fhalrman
Cofflmlsaloneni: ' W. W. Antrim .
Taylor
K. D. Cooper
George A Smith
E S Ii wlu
O W Flnley
C. R. Coinaions
i, W. Campbell
H. H. Eldson
J. U, Trlndle
A L Kniselv
County Clerk
County Treasurer
Clerk Distrust Court
Keiflster Deeds -
County Attorney ' '
rrooate Judire .
Sheriff
Surveyor
Coroner'
County Superlntendant
Mary ETodd
.Iu(lire32nu Judicial DlNtrlct, Hon William 11
Thompson, address. Garden City, Kans. .
TERMS OF DISTRICT COURT
Wednesday after third Tuesday of April -Wednesday
after second Monday of Heptemlier
Weduesday aftersucond Tuesday of December
CITY
Mayor Dr. R T.Nichols
A. K. Htoufer
C. Summers
Tom Smith"
J. K. George
1. A. Cralx
H W Lane
J.T. Gray
, J, Karau
E. J. Thayer
Councilmen
Police JudKs
Marshal
Clerk . "
Treasurer '
LODGE DIRECTORY.
Fargo Lodge No. 300
A. F. & A. M,
Stated communications erst and
third Monday of each month.
, M.-H. FLOOD, W.M. -
K. 9. IRWIN, Sec'y. .
Liberal Lodge 555
I. O. O. V.
Moots overy Tuesday niirht
at 8 o'clock.
H. W. LANF.,
E. I). COOPER. Sec'y. .
, Liberal Encampment 144
I. O. O. F.
Meets every - 2nd and 4th
Thursday night at 8 o'clock. '
EARL COOPER C. P.
FRANK ONO Scrilie.
Liberal Rebekah
Lodge 522
I. O. O. F.
Meets every 1st and 3rd
Tumsdny niitht at 8
o'clock.
1 nez Prater. N. G.
Gertrude Thlorer Sec.
Liberal Lodge 283
A. 0. U. W.
Meets every 1st and 3rd Mon
day night In the Craig Building
at 8 o'clock.
J. 1). LANE. M. W.
A. W. PANKRATZ, Rec.
Liberal Cbapter No. 104
. EASTERN STAR
Meets the second and fonrtli
Monday of each month.
Mrs. J. A. BLACK, W.M.
Mrs. CREEK, Secy.
Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica
M.W. A.
, 'Meet.i every 1st and 3rd Mon
day nights of each month, at
Craig Hall,
J .A. BLACK. Consul
EiSRA SrHJRB, Clerk.
The Royal Nieghbors of
- America
SHOUT GRASS LODGE
. , . N0. 4254.
Moots 011 the 2nd and 4th
ThurMiays at CraiK hall.
Visiting nelghlioi's are in
vited
MRS. J. E.MANN. Oracle
51 US. LKW1S WARD.
Recorder
Canton Liberal No. 22
The regular canton
meetings are held the 2nd
and 4th Thursday of each
month.
II. D. DAVIS, Capt.
A. W. PANKRATZ.
Clerk
Victor Hugo Lodge
No. 186
K. P.
Moets every Wednes
day night. Visiting
Knights are welcomo'
S. L. Wright, C. C.
L. C. Chamberlain. K.
of R. & S
ism
Kj',; -'
3
Lot Blk Amt Lot Bik Amt
4, 5, 1 0 Oil 34 3 .77
13 1 1 70 iff 3 77
18 -. 1 1 70 38 3 . 77
24 1 1 08 41 3 1 U7
35 1 1 06 12 3 1 07
36 1 1 OH 6 4 61
29 1 1 08 7 4 61
itU 1 6 50 8 4 61
34, 35 1 9 01 0 4 61
20 . 2 112 10 4 61
21 2 92 II 4 III
22 3 - 02 12 4 61
23 2 92 13 4 61
24 2 92 1 5 53
25 2 76 2 5 53
26 2 76 3 5 63
32 3 77 4 " 5 63
itl 2 77 il 5 53
2 3 77 24 5 53
110 3 77 25 5 A3
111 3 77 2D . 5 ,54
id 3 77 28 5 64
33 3 - 77 29 5 54
JONES ADDITION
Lot Blk Amt Lot Illk Amt
11 1 Kl 8 2 76
IJ 1 Ilit 0 2 76
14 1 Oil lil 2 77
15 1 (lit 14 2 77
16 1 03 17 2 77
17 1 53 18 2 (18
18 1 53 10 2 68
Itl I 53 20 3 118
20 1 53 41 . 3 68
21 1 63 33 2 68
33 I 53 il 2 - 68
il . 1 SI 31 2 liK
24 I 53 37 2 68
25 1 5.1 3 2 70
26 I 5il 39 2 70
6 -2 76 30 . 2 70
3 76 ill 2 70
7 3 7 38 2 70
DAYTON ADDITION
Lot II
Lot 13
Lot 14
18 66
7 90
7 90
TEKWlLLklEK WEIDK.NSAUL ADDITION
Lot Blk Amt Lot II. k Amt
39 1 45 14 H 38
30 1 45 15 3 its
31 1 . 45 13 4 30
33 1 45 13 - - 4 41)
itl 1 45 31. 33 5 4 01
34v 1 45 ill, it! . 5 1 60
35 1 ' 45 13 13 45
iM 1 45 14 12 45
37 1 46 16 13 45
iM 1 45 16 . 12, 45
39 1 '45 17 l 45
40 1 - 46 6 . 12 .45
19. SO J 3 47 II) 13 ' 46
21 J 38 20 13 46
33 S ; 31 12 45
23 . 2 i 2H 13 46
24 I 38 3 12 45
KEATING
THE
Plumbing
A '
Specialty I on E 2nd St.
Diss
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CEO. S. SMITH St BRO.
Booka
Stationery
Jewelry
and
DRUGGIST'S
SUNDRIES
Paints,0il, Glass
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When it comes to furnishing lumber and building
material, we have the finest
ylfl H P" W
in town. Call and get estimates 'for the material
for your building
We ; will pay the highest f O CT A Ilil
market price for your Wlv&"lfi
LIBERAL CREAFilERY'rSs
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DAVID CURTIS
Seward (County Abstract co.
Complete Abstracts of Title to all
Lands and Town Lots in Seward Co.
(
Olllce In the Printz Building Fhone 314. " Liberal, Kansas
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24
16
17
18
13
14
15
1
3
9
10
il .
12
13. 14
45
61
61
61
76
76
76
53
53
53
53
53
53
3 411
53
63
14
14
14
15
15
15
17
17
1 1
17
Not Hnlidividcd Illk U 9 i
FAKMRR TEUWILLTGF.lt ADDITION
Lot Blk Amt Lot Illk Amt
ili) 4 30 I 13 iJ)
M 4 30 2 13. iJ
ial 5 i!8 3 13 30
ill 6 38 4 lil 30
6 II 45 5 14 30
8 6 45 0 14 ilil
9 0 4. 7 14 30
10 6 45 3, 4 15 1 08
ill 6 - 45 5 15 . ilil
il3 6 45 16 16 ilO
:ei - 0 4.-. 17 . 16 30
itl - 46 18 16 110
36 6 ' 4li 10 16 . :)
36 6 46 20 16 ilO
8 8 68 17 17 s 38
7 8 68 20 17 i!8
13 II 38 23 17 it!)
14 II 38 24 J7 39
16 11 38 4, 5,630 IM
III II iW 16 20 3 80
17 11 , 38
18 11 ' 30
23,24, 11 3 86
BAUOHMAN'S ADDITION
Lot Illk Amt lot Illk Amt
35 6 38 7 6 46
36 2 i!8 21 6 45
6 3 45 33 6 45
6 3 45 35 6 45
10 3 45 36 6 45
13 3 46 5 7 16
14 3 45 6 7 46
16 3 45 13 I.' 62
16 3 45 lil 12 C3
17 3 45 14 13 92
18 3 45 0 lit , H
9 5 63 II) ) 8.',
6 6 46 11 II M
6 6 46 12 13 86
J. E. GEO HUE
Lat Blook Amount
28 - 2 63
20 2 " 53
29 2 63
30 2 W
31 2 ' 53
MCDEKMOTTS ADDITION
1 S 45
10 1 Oil
6, 4 5 3 0u
FRANK WHEBLEB.8 ADDITION
N rtiof 3115 ft. Lot 2 Blk 4 131
N,W)f 2 5 4 80
s. loo. rt i i 7 28
Lot 4 Blk 7 19 39
mm. m itiifwwawMMi) 11 mm v mmmm i'
We maka anything
you want
that can be made
out of
Sheet Metal
TINNER
LIBERAL
KANSAS
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Fancy
and Toilet
Articles
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Lumber
a And Goal
M. C. WHEELEB LDDITION
Blk
Lot
1
7
Amt
14 10
363
HAVNE
KISMET
Lot Blk Amt
8 11 32
20 11 32
21, 22, 33 11 3 99
8 15 39
9 15 32
10 16 32
11 15 :e
12 15 32
All A ' 33
Lot Blk Amt
3 2 41
10 ' 8 34
11 I) 20
12 I) 30
10 9 24
20 9 24
3 111 24
4 19 24
9 10 24
8 21 20
13 21 20
I, 0orfO A Smith, do herchjr certify' that
the above and foreirolnir dracrlptlm of Innda
and lots, and taxes unpaid Is a true and cor
rect cony of records kept In my olflee.
OEO. A. SMITH. Co.Tieaa.
NOTICE
First published July 14. 1911.
Notice Is hereby Riven that J. F. Fuest and
L. V. (lardner have filed their petition In the
olllce of the City Clerk praylnir for and askluu
that tho Mayor and City Council by proiier or
dinance order and vacate the following tracts
of land now platted aa alleys in the city of
Liberal, Seward County, State of Kansas, to
wlt:' A tract described as commencing at the
southeast corner of lot No. ten (10) In block-,
No. 15. in the oi-ivlnal town now city of Liberal'
and running thence west 140 feet alonir the
south line of said lot ten thence south 20 feet
thence east 140 feet thence north 20 feet to the
place of beylnniiur. '
A tract commencing at the northwest corner
of lot No. II in said block 15, In the city of
Lllieral and running thence south 130 feet to
the southwest corner of lot 34 of said block 15,
thence west 15 feet thence north 130 feet thence
east 15 feet to the place of beKinniiur.
The said Mayor and City Counelt have
ordered that due notice of said petition be
published and have set as the time for the
heariuir thereon the 1st day of Ati(rustA.D.I9ll
at nine o'clock p. m.. of said date in the office
of the Mayor In Liberal, Seward County. Kan
sas, at which time and place any and all per
sons may appear and show cause why said
tracts should not be vacated as prayed.
Dated this 10th day of July 1911.
K.T.NICHOLS. Mayor.
(Seal)' JENNIE KAKAU, City Clerk. "
$100.00 Reward..
1 will pay the above reward for
the arrest and conviction of any .
person or persons illegally hand-'
ling, driving off and disposing of
tcor buhering any of my stock.
C. M. LfOHT,
Liberal, E&nsas.

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