THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
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luaiijf icuius atari
lied with rare delight i
gleaih through the endless nitfht.
beneath thd sKy'k broad dome.
is singing home again -the, heart is slAging home.
brings ipidture of thepast-a picture fair arid free-
picturte tof thegood old home wherever it mav bei
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lentil the s6u within is seems to echo the refrain.
Wherever upand downHhe world the restless feet may roara
The heart is Siriging homeagain the heart is sindinrf hom
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u nun.wnoieeps upon his arms beore the UrelessNfce.
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i-or. sweeier tnan the clover-tang hat drips frofiT honey corri
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It Pays to Advertise in the
The Paper with a Big Circulation
Special Christmas Prizes
A beautiful locket 'and chain,
which is now on display in the
windows of C. S. Jarrett's jewelry
store will be uiven on Decembei
27, to the candidate in our bij;
contest, who has made the greatest
train in votes between Decembei
13, and December 27. All winners
of previous prizes are barred from
competition for this prize. To
the contestant who brings in the
Krealest number of votes from
Taylor's Drug Store, we will eive
and handsome leather covered
writing set. To. the contestant
who deposits the greatest number
of votes from new or renewal sub
scription to The Liberal Demo
crat, we will give a beautiful gold
and pearl trimmed fountain Den.
These greatest gains in the votes
in the classes above mentioned
must be made between December
13 and December 27. The last
two prizes will be given to the
winners in these classes regardless
of whether or, not they have won
prizes in this contest before. This
makes it possible for everv candi
date to win a special prize, beside
making a nice gain in the conies'
for the big piano prize, which will
be awarded at the Hoal count. Up
member the color of the votes wil
change the tirst of - the year, anr
all of the votes issued prior i
January 1, li)12. must be plac(
in the ballot box before the lir
count in Fpw i r .
The t-'tardard Oil (Jo. has rr
cently added to their equipmem
here three new oil wagons. Oni
of them goes to Ochiltree, and i.
driven b.y T. G. Atchley. Thi
waon is on the road most of the
time, und often takes a trail wagoi
along with from three to eighi
barrels of oil. The new Beavw
oil route is being madt hv If . R
Iume, while the Hugoton route
is looked after by Sheriff McUim
of Ilugoton. These three wagon
will take out, About ixin
of oil per week, and the install
tion pf this new t quipment to the
Liberal branch will tend to mak
iberal nnn i f a business ceutei
..Las( Saturday about twentv
boys and a few of the men of the
Christian Sunday School met at
the new building and shoveled tin
dirt from the north basement pre
paruory to putting m a cement
floor. At noon the young ladies
and matrons served a chicken din
ner which was greatly appreciated
by the workers.
"Pence routes iuitlj Ijadiitg fartingelt no mnn."
"Hapuhiee from bluing friennc about m."
"Contentment luljen me IjaOc bone our part."
May these three dwell with you this
Christinas Day and the days to come.
, Year after year, as
steadily as clockwork
demonstrates Us superiority in speed and reliability by winning every
typewriting contest in every class at the Annual Business Show,
Madison Square Garden, New York City. , ,
World' Professional Championihip (One Hour)
1st, -UNDERWOOD H. O. BhinMI 112 word per minute
2nd-UN DKR WOOD Florenc E. Wibon 111 "
3rd -UNDER WOOD Ro. L. Friti 1(17 i
4th UNDERWOOD E. A. Trefzger 1U7 "
5th UNDERWOOD J. L. Hoet ' 1011 '
World't Amateur Championihip (Thirty Minutes)
JStrV- nrnw',' Gu"' Rl T'"fiSer 118 WOrds Per n)lUte
2nd UN DMIWOOD Margaret B. Own H8 " "
3rd -UNDERWOOD Bmi Friedman J0 " ''
4lh-UNDER WOOD Louie E. Ueiu 83 '
World't School Championship (Fifeetn Minute)
1st UNDERWOOD William F. Oswald 77 words per minute
WorldVEidion Trantcrtbing Contest (tn Minutes)
1st UNDERWOOD Lottie E. Bettt
NOTE Above recordt are net. Five worjn were
deducted for each and everg error
The Otllcial Record of the UNDERWOOD for one hour's work is 2ti
words per minute greater than the best official. record of any other
compel ins inachlnp.
Every UNDERWOOD used In above Championship Contests Is a
STOCK machine, an exact duplicate of which can be purchased In
every lai jje city in'the world.
"The Machine You Will Eventually Buy"
Underwood Typewriter Co., Inc,
1631 Champa Street
And Save Retailers Profits.
PRICE $2.50 PER HUNDRED
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