From the Lawrence Daily Journal-World for Mar. 25, 1911:
- "'Any man who will strike his wife has no manly principles,' said Judge Menger in summing up the evidence in the Henry Parsons assault case. 'In my opinion the lowest thing a man can do is to beat a woman. I will therefore fine the defendant $100 and costs.' The Parsons case lasted till 11:30 this morning, and was aired before a large and select crowd of the curious."
- "The hunters had better hang up their shotguns, lay aside their ammunition and go to studying law. For the new state game law has passed the legislature and will be in effect in a few days. The new game law makes a lot of changes, alters the open season considerably, and adds a lot of forbidden classes of game that the hunter must not kill. The fee for game licenses is the same as before, $1 for resident hunters and $15 for non-residents."
- "Charles J. Achning is arranging to take down the old wooden awning that has been in front of his store for many years. This is one of the last to go and will be replaced with a modern front."