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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
It
NEELEY SPOKE HERE
And a Big Crowd Came
to Hear Him
It lias been a lone: time since
there was as good a speech in Lib
eral as that given by George Nee
ley at the Opera House Monday
afternoon. In fact it has been
since October 11, when Champ
Clark was here. In spite of the
fact that the meeting was held
during the afternoon of a busy
day just a week before Christmas,
and in spite of the bad weather a
good crowd turned out to hear
George Neeley make his campaign
speech.
The speech was a dandy, and he
was interrupted a number of
time by applause. Neeley got the
audience all right. There were
republicans and democrats sitting
together both applauding his ad
dress on progressive government.
"About the only difference these
days between the stand pat repub
licans and the conservative demo
crats" said Hon. George Neelev.
"is the fact that the republican
stands for a protective tariff while
the democrat is for tariff for rev-
, erue only. The only difference
between the progressive democrats
and the progressive republicans, is
chit-tly in the fact that the one is
called a republican and the other a
democrat.
"In the state they fought side
by side for the progressive meas
ures and four of the five progres
sive measures passed in the last
session of the Kansas legislature
were written by Senator George
Hodges of Olathe. In Congress,
the measures passed by the demo
cratic house were passed through
' the Senate only with the assist
ance of the progressive republi
can senators like LaFollette, Bris
tow and Cummins. These tneas
ures were passed up to the presi
dent who within 4H hours vetoed
vevery one of them. , This is in fact
the president wh6m my opponent
in a speech in Hutchinson last fall.
referred to as ' one of the best
: presidents this country ever had,
but a very poor politician.'?-
The fact that Mirtin has so
many times referred to the presi
dent in glowing terms, the fact
that his campaign was managed b.v
Senator F. Dumont Smith, of old
- Kansas Senate Lodge fame, and
the platform on which he ran for
the nomination, all show the re
publican nominee to beastandpat
tsr. He is backed in Hutchinson
by the standpat railroad crowds,
and besides being an attorney for
the Hock Island, has been intro
duced in several of his speeches by
the attorneys of other railroads,
while they have heralded him as a
man who would be the proper one
to send to Congress to get a revis
ion of freight rates which would
help the bigger towcs in the dis
trict which have commercial aspi
rations. At the same time, Mr.
Neeley is carrying a couple of sets
of papers from the Reno county
District Court which throw a
great deal more light on the inter
est the republican nominee has in
the common people, than his po
lite talks of how prosperous we all
are with our automobiles, import
ed rugs, etc. Now if the people
of the Big Seventh did hive all
these things that Mr. Martin men
tioned here, it would probably be
a winner for him to recite it. How
ever, there are a lot of people
down here is Seward county that
don't have, automobiles, etc, and
such a speech a., that delivered
here will do anything but make
votes for him. The Neeley talk
accomplised considerably . more
than did the speech of Mr. Martin
which had a small crowd. Expres
sions of opinion today show that
Neeley made friends here, and
that his speech has set people
thinking. -
Two fine teams, a dandy saddle
horse and an extra good combina
tion saddle horse and single driv
er for sale. Leslie McRae.
O tr i-i-J r:J i- i
bons, made in Liberal?
Contractors Figure the Grade
Estimates .
President Fitzgerald returned
from Chicago Monday where he
had been called at the instance of
the contractors who are preparing
their bids for the construction work
the Dodge City-Colmer cut-off.
The contractors, or at least some
of them, had been led to believe
that the road ran through a desert
county and that they would have
to siDk wells to water their stock
and have to haul feed for long
distances.
' The company' askeH Mr. Fitz
gerald to come in and tell the bid
ders just what the conditions real
ly were.
Mr. Fitzgerald has been over
the line so many times in recent
months that he could give them
ample assurance of the water sup
ply and of the quantities of feed
that were within sight of the rail
road grade. "How about water,
hay, feed?" was the question he
answered a number of times
And the contractors are working
out their problems as rapidly as
possible as they find the company
is anxious to begin work just as
quickly as they can get in their
bids.
Tuesday Judge Finley appoint
ed John Scott, John Harper and
R. I. Montgomery of Gray county
appraisers to condemn the lands
for which the right-of-way has not
been contracted. 'Since the ap
praisers were appointed three of
the farmers who had not hereto
fore made contract have come in
and made their peace with the
committee. The fact is there is a
possibility that before the thirty
day advertising period is complet
ed every piece of land in Gray
county will be signed up and there
will be no lands to condemn.
.The Haskell county deeds have
come in and out there the people
are bustling up the slow ones as
they are very anxious to have the
Haskell county contract included
with the Ford and Gray contarct.
They know then that the road will
be completed iri lime for them to
ship their first threshing and not
bate the long" haul to "market.
Chief Locating Engineer Wood
bury Howe has been down in
Stevens county this week looking
over the old survey lines and get
ling ready to send the surveyors
into that county as. soon as the,
have completed the work in Has
kell county.
Chief Engineer Morse is here
and is going over Mr. How's re
report. Every indication is that the
work will be begun just as soon a
the necessary red tape can be un,
wound, and it will be pushed rap
idly to completion. Dodge City
Journal.
Traver Troubles
!) miles pastof IluKOtnn.
Very cool weather we are hav
ing at present. The rain we had
Saturday was fine on the wheat.
Mr. Ed Jones was in Hugoton
Sunday.
Mr. T. S. Curry is hauling tele
phone poles. He has a car load
and expects to put big poles all
the way down to his place, which
is near Hugoton.
Mr. Clarence Nix was in Hugo
ton Saturday. Sunday he was
seen riding around in his new
buggy. He was not alone either
Lauren Bettsworth was with him.
1 wonder where they went?
Some of the yourg folks of this
neighborhood weut to Moscow
Friday night to attend literary.
Revival meetings will begin at
Lone Star the first of the year.
We are expecting a large at
tendance at the farmers' institute
in Hugoton Thursday.
The Traver post office will be
discontinued the 30th. This will
make it very hard for some of our
neighbors to get their mail. It is
several miles to Hugoton.
We are still headquarters for
pictures and for picture framing.
Come in and get your pictures
framed before the rush.
. F. K. Sutton,
Those pleasant feelings which govern one when con
templating the joSs of the CHRISTMAS TIME are
strengthened when one looks over our stock of Christ
mas goods which contain suitable presents both men,
women and Children.
FOR THE CHILDREN
Dressed Dolls, Doll Carts,
Drums, Horns and in fact all
kinds of toys for the children.
AT Tht- KECKS.
"Humph!" said Mrs. Henry Peck,
"this paper has a lot of alleged jokes
about women giving their husbands
cigars for Christmas presents. I think
that any woman who is fool enough to
give her husband a box of the vile
things ought to Why, where has
Henry gone?"
But Henry was out In the hall shak
ing bands with himself.
Quieting Her Suspicions.
"My dear," said the Suspicious Wife,
"this sealskin sack, you gave me for
Christmas has the odor of gasoline."
"Very likely," answered the Crafty
Husband. "Hut you know Santa Clam
Is using an automobile now."
Nevertheless, she had her doubts
about it, fearing that he had pur
chased the garment second-handed ot
a cleaner.
More Blessed to Give.
"Stingy?" repeated the Neighbor
hood Oonalp, "is old man Titewadd
stingy? Why, did you hear what he
gave his wife for a Christmas pres
ent? He let her go to the dentist that
morning and have ten aching teeth
pulled, knowing very well that it
would prevent her eating any of the
Christmas dinner."
Sad Case.
A fellow who lived on the Isthmus,
Was bothered somewhat by strablstb
mus. He said: "It is sad,
But my eyes, which are bad.
See New Year when looking at
Chrlsthmus."
Remember the Palace Cleaners,
all work guaranteed. East side
Kansas Avenue.
Brine vour butter. ei?2s. poultry
and cream to us and get the cash
for them. Liberal Cold Storage
Co. 8-5-tf
Foley Kidney Pills
Tonic i n action, quick in result
Will cure any case of kidney or
bladder disorder not beyond the
reach of medicine. No need to
say more.
For sale by all druggists.
ii'gl
Frank
Dry Goods, Furnishing Goods,
Notions and Shoes
Liberal, Kansas
Ant rm
Ve offer for your Christmas dinner
election from our complete stock
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Our stock of Candies and Nuts is com
pete and special attention will be given to purchasing committees for
he various churches, schools and Sunday schools. Call in, we take
leasure in showing the line. We take pride in our Poultry and can
supply your needs with the choicest: In making your final arrange-
nents, any sddden need will be promptly supplied by phoning ('.
Yours for business,
EAGLE MERCANTILE 'COMPANY
Fall House Gleaning
The Man with a Vacuum Cleaner
PHONE 288
Cured In Her Own Home
Town
WICHITA, KANSAS. Mrs
L. C. Grounds tells the way for
hr fellow townsmen to be cured
of their kidney and bladder ail
ments as she was cured. ' Some
time ago I suffered with kidney
trouble. I had a severe pain in
my back and side and when I lay
down it seemed as if I could not
straighten up. Mother told me
what goo, I results my father was
getting from Foley Kidney Pills'
so I went to the drug store and
got some and commenced taking
them. I began to gel better very
soon. Now, after taking two bot
tles, the pain has left my back
and side, and I am cured of all
my kidney trouble.'.'
For sale by all druggists.
Buy your fresh fruits and
vegetables in season at the
George Grocery.
McLaren's ciise, pineapple sadEdm
chees at Gaorf Grocery.
FOR THE BIG FOLKS
We have Furs, Fancy Bags,
Collars, Fancy Scarfs, Gloves
long and short, house slippers.
Bol6S
and for every day as well your
of Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Get My Prices
For Drilling a
Well. All Work
Guaranteed. The
Best of Refer
ences. Call or
Write.
John Stith
Care of Paul Light Lhr.
Company,
A market ttie year around for
butter, eggs, 'poultry and hides at
the highest market prices, at the
Liberal Cold Storage plant. Bring
them to us and get the cash for
them. 8-5-tf.
Go To
California
This Winter
H Summer lives eternally along; her
beaches, her fit-Ids are solid rugs of
flowers her streets are heated with
pepper trees and roses.
When you go, go by way of the
Rock Island
Lines
make the journey part of your outing
Sunshine all the Way
by the direct route of low altitudes
via Paso iind New Mexico. Big
berths, splendid meals. Perfect train
service over a smooth road-bed makes
the trip to the most delightful land in
the universe one of
pleasure.
Let me quote fares and
help you plan a trip.
L. C. YOCUM, Agent
Liberal, Kansas
Liberal R. R. Time Card.
EAST IIOt'NI).
No. 81 except Sunday, " ... 7:20 a. m
No. 4. Limited " ... 7:10 a. m
No. 2. " ... 1 1 ::!0 a. m
No. 34, " . . . 2:i6a. in
WEST HOPNI).
No. K3. except Sunday,
No. I.
No. X. Limited.
No. 33,
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. I:4.ii. in
, II :ik"i i. in
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L. C. YncuM, Ageut.
With The Coming of Mid
dle Age
There is a letting down in the
physical forces often shown in
painful and annoying kidney and
bladder ailments and urinary ir
regularities. Foley Kidney Pills
are splendid regulating medicine
at such times. They strengthen the
weakened organs.
For sale by all druggists.
Morning Glory and Red
Wolfe coffee, none better,
sold by the "Reliable Store"
J. E. George Grocery Co.

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