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'$ifvJWtfti. Conference
: Program
To be held at Ljberal, Kansas.
Januafy 24, '25, 26", 191 rat Mf .
church. ' . ' '.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 24.
' . ' i . ,
2:00 p. m. Devotional.' -2:30
p. m. Pentecostal Service.
Rev. J. H. mith, D. D.
4:00 p. p. Disciplinary Busincss.;
7:30 p. m. Song Service. '
8:00 p. m. Sermon, Rev. J. II.
Smith, D. L
" WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 25
8:30 a. m. Prayer hour.
9:00 a. m. Business. .
, 10:00 a. m. Workers' conference.
Led by Rev. J. H. Smith, D. I).
11:00 a. m. Business. ,
12:00 m. Noon recess.
1:30 p. on. Prayer service.
1:45 p. m. Business.
2:30 p. m. Pentecostal service.
Led by Rev. J. H. Smith, D. D.
7:30 pv. m. Song service.
8:00 p. m. Sermon, Rev. J. H.
Smith, I).' D.
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TIIUllSDAY, JANUARY 2fi.
8:30 a. m.yPrayer hour.
9:00 a. m. Business.
10:00 a. m. Workers' conference.
Led by Rev. J. H. Smith, D. D.
11.00 a. no. Business.
12:00 m. Noon recess.
1:40 p. m. Prayer.
1:45 p. m. Business.
2:30 p. m. Pentecostal service.
.Rev. J. H. Smith, D. D.
4:00 p. m. Business concluded.
7:30 p. m. Sermon. Rev. J. H.
Smith, D. D.
' Obituary
Cloys Howard, only child of Mr.
. and Mrs. Amos Eidson, was born
at Liberal, Kansas, August 2, 1910
and died January 16 1911. Fun
eral services were conducted by
J. A. Cornelius at the residence,
Tuesday, January 17th. and the
remains were laid to rest in the
Liberal cemetery. The relatives,
and especially the parents of the
nuie one. nave lub s.vuipnuijr ui
the community in their bereavem-
: ent. '
, Card of Thank
We wish to express our thanks
and appreciation to the people of
Liberal for their help and 'sym
pathy d tiring the sickness and
death of our beloved wife and
mother.
Wm. Petty and famjly
Spend a Cent .
Now it will not be very long be
fore Liberal will elect a mayor and
five councilmen. We believe that
Liberal ought to have a city scales.
It will be a great aid to the Demo
crat in its campaign for the city
scales if every man who sells pro
duce in Liberal will drop us a
post card and show that he Is for
the city scales. Do it now
spend a cent and give the city
scales a boost.
Bert Whims made a trip to Bea
ver the first of the week.
There is more talk around town
every day for the sewer system
and street lights.
. When you buy apples, remem
ber that the finest fruit in town is
at Zell Taylors, under the First
National Bank.
Apptes.
t Car of fine Oregon apples just re
ceyed. They; are delicious. ; They
tan .be fqund, at Sparks, opposite
Blake's on Second, Street.
POTATOES ,
Also received car ,of ; fine Idaho
1
Potatoes A
, The piano, expected by the Pres
byterian church has arrrived and
ajter a good trial by musicians has
beon pronounced one of the very
best. Excellent music is given at
each service. Last Sunday eve
ning Mrsi L. . O. Yocum sung a
very beautiful solo with violin ob
ligate to a large audience. Inter
est is increasing and the church
intends to observe the Lord's sup
per Jan. 22, id the morning with
preparatory services, Thursday,
Friday and SaturdSy'eveD'mgs pre
ceding. Ushers have been ap
pointed by the church and every
one will be welcome. v .
The annual banquet of the dem
ocrats of Kansas will be held at
the Masonic Temple in Topeka on
Wednesday evening. Febuary 22,
Those desiring tickets may secure
them by sending to Geo. C. Barn-
abv. secretary, Topeka Kansas.
The tickets will be two dolllars
each and a personal check may be
sent. v.-
Jack Logan came in from
Hutchinson last-week, and went
to work in the Chamberlain Bar
ber shop. Mr. Logan is also a
trapdrummer, and will be open
for ' engagement m; that line oi
work also.
We will have a special sale each
week. 1 Next week will be our
week for ladies' underskirts.
good line will be displayed at, less
than manufacturers price.
Harris Dry Goods Co.
The messenger boy at the Rock
Island chased all over the yards
Monday with an old broken lantern
looking fpr some red lantern oil
Mrs. Anderson and daughter
Carrie returned Tuesday from
Kansas City where they have been
visiting relatives. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kennedy of
Norton, Kansas are here visiting
their daughter. Mrs. Chas Taylor
The revival meetings at the
Methodist church are arousing
considerable interest. ,
The shooting gallery is a very
popular place of amusement these
days.--"
The band is now iwell, organized
and is making good progress.
Mrs. Akers visited friends and
relatives in Meade last week.
L. J. Hubbard was tn Meade on
business last week.
' Silk Special.
A train of five baggage cars
loaded with silk passed through
Liberal on Tuesday. The remark
able cargo was en route
from Japnn to Massachusetts and
carried a number of government
iruards.
The train carried -over $1,000,-
000 worth of silk and made the
fastest time ever made on the E
Pnso division. The train averaged
48 miles on its long run.
Card of Thanks..'
We wish to thannk those who
were so kind to us during the Fun
eral and Burrial of our beloved
mother.
(Signed) The children of Mrs,
Anna Giles
('- FlhAlffln Item.
(28 mile northwest of Liberal. ' '
P. II, and.JE. Day were busi
ness visitors in Liberal last week.
Mrs; Wm. Lampe returned to
Liberal last Thursday, after, an
extended visit with here patents
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ridenour.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Day spent
Saturday' night with Mr. Seger
and family.
P. H. Dav and family. C. D,
Day and wife and L. G. Vander-
yeer and wife spent Sunday at
the home of J. W. Ray.
E. J, Hoyt and family spent
Sunday evening with Mrs. Scheit
zer and family.
Mr. and Mrs. George DieW
we're out at Sunday School last
Sunday. - -
Several from this vicinity at
tended literary at the Seger school
house last Satu rday n ight.
Qbern Observing.
S3 miles Nortwest of Liberal. .
H. G. Downing was a business
caller at Liberal Saturday. .
O. D Rowan returned home
from Missouri Thursday.
Earle Davis and family and M,r
Ray of Ethelton, attended church
here Thursday night. ,
Mrs. Buster is visiting with her
mother.: y
Rhoda Rosel, Charles Stutzman
and family were the guests of G.
C. Rowan Sunday.
Jerry Whetstone of Wopdsdale,
spent Sunday with Henry Whet
stone and family. .
John Schallert took dinner with
Jerry Jerman Sunday.
The revival meetings which were
being held here by Rey. Uhler do
sed Sunday night.
The infant son of Mr, and Mrs.
John' Rflgan which has been quite
ill witu bronchial pneumonia died
Monday night Jan.-16,. The be
reaved parents have the sympathy
of their many friends.
Sugar Plain Items.
12 miles 90titliea.it of HuKotonl
A small shower of 'rain since
our last writing.
Cliff Ellis has been nearly laid
up the last week with cold and
grippe.
.The infant daughter of . Charley
and Ada Kearns of Rose Valley
died last Friday and was laid to
rest in the Friends cemetery at the
Bethel church Saturday afternoon.
The bereaft ones have our sympa
thy and prayers.
Bert Hoskinson . of. Lone Star
was with us Sunday and delivered
a message which we believe was
from the Lord,, that was very
hulnful and interesting. Come
again Bert. ,
' G. W. Bowers was at Rdse Val
ley Sunday.
Eddie Kearns and family of
Rose Valley attended meeting at
at Center Valley Sunday night
Thev report a very good meeting.
Earl Lynch and his lady friend
from Maple Leaf also attended.
Herman Carr of Tyrone X)kla
attended meeting at Bethel Sunday
He has been visiting with his
mother and friends around Ema-
ton.
A. F. Hockett and wife were
in Hugoton last week on business.
Cyrus Carr and Andrew Hockett
helped Geo. Bowers butcher some
hogs last Wednesday.
. Come in and let us explain our
Combined Insurance Policy, which
insures against Fire, Lightning
Windstorms, Cyclones, and Tor
nados. You cannot afford to be
without insurance.
Ellsaesser,. Woods,. Henry
Keep a lookout for the bargains
offered in Harris Dry Goods Com
pany's show, window.
Mrs. J. B. Phillips will enter
tain tho Womens' Club next Tues
day afternoon.
Mr. Radford the yardmaster at
Dalhart was in town . on business
Wednesday...
W. II . Matkin lost a horse at
the Du Bois barm Tuesday .nigbt,
, ; ' OhitUary. "'
Anna Deeks was born June 13, 1&53
and died January Uth, 1911, aged $7
years, mouths JuidZo days, snawas
married to Thomas Giles at Wltloaks
Burrer. P.,( October 28th, ,1873. To
Uili union wr born eleven children
-seven boys and four girls. Six of
them ureceeded their, mother to the
(lory world. Those living are: Mrs.
Qrimth. CvT. Giles and Edgar Giles
oflligbee, Ma, Mrs. L. E. Grabe of
ifew York state and Mrs. Myers
Welch of Liberal, Kansas.
Irs. Giles was converted when quite
young and united with the M. E.
church. Here was aconsistant and
exemplary Christian lite.
Funeral services were held at the
First Baptist church in Liberal, Kan
sas, at 2 p. m.( conducted by the pas
tor. The text used waa I. Corinth
ians X V : 57-"Than Its be to God which
giveth us the victory through our
Lord Jesus Christ." . Relatives who
attended the funeral are: Mrs. Jaa.
Newell of -Lebanon, Kansas, Mrs. P.
M. Deeks and A. L. Cameron Of Smith
Center, Kansas, and Mrs. J. M. Myers
Of Liberal. The remains were laid to
rest in the Liberal cemetery. -
"May a wise and merciful Father
Comfort the bereaved ones," is our
prayer.
L. H. Haupkr. .
Southeast Seward;
There are quite a number In the
neighborhood who are complaining of
severe colds at this time.
R. J. Sllger Is Improving his resi
dence by building on another room.
The school board purchased a new
stove for the school house in dis
trict 24 last week.
Mrs. R. J. Sllger and. Mis Amy
Bowles attended the teachers' meet'
ing in Liioerai satuiaay.
Mrs. G. W. Louderback has been
quite 111 the past week. She is lra
proving very slowly.
Claude Williams of Castleton, Kan
sas, Is visiting friends in this neigh
borhood. Mrs. Perry ahd-son Douglas, left
Wednesday for a visit with . relatives
and friends in Missouri.
S. L. Dobbins and wife arrived here
last week for a visit with W. H. Big
elow and family. Mr. Dobbins is as
sisting Mr. Bigelow with his carpen
try work at Plains.
N. P. Newman of Tyrone, Okla.,
was threshing maize and kafllr in this
neighborhood last week.
E. O. Fast hauled , katllr corn to
Arkalon Monday.
' A large crowd of young people from
this neighborhood attended Sunday
school at Blue Bell Sunday afternoon
Farm loans-S. W; Smith.
Arkalon. Items. ,
We are having very cloudy, gloomy
weather.,
Victor, the small son of Mr. and
Mrs. W; C. Sttmt, has.been quite sick
but Is much .improved at this -writ
ing. .
Mr. Ula Root has moved back ' to
his claim and :is now at home to his
many friends.
pd. White has had t,he misfortune
to . lose , four good.T horses -the "past
week, and he has three more sick
ones at. this writing;
N. A. Smith, wife awl son and Bane
Smith and wlfe spent Sunday with
Isaac Zink and family, An elegant
dinner was served by Mrs. Zink, and
all spent a pleasant day. .
Ross B'raime and lady friend at
tended Sunday school and church at
this place last Sunday.
M rs. Brener , returned . home this
week from a pleasant . visit at Buck-
lln
Office of the County. .Clerk, Seward
County. JCaiua...
Liberal. Karons, January 9th.' 181 1,
Th Hoard of County Commllon met ac
cording to law for the purpose of oriranhln.
I're-wnt were J. r. r uest. r.u lavior aim .
w. Antrim. memberH of the hoard, and R. It.
Cooper County Clerk. Moved and weconded
that J. f. Fnest act as chairman for tbeenxu-
miaiinntti-x Fli Tai lor and W. Yi. Antrim vou
iiHrtrni. .I'he otieM on -wax nnu ana vom
Inor ave. J. F. Vaest not votlnir. J. V. Fue.it
wan thereiiuon declared elected chairman
for the ensuhw term. . This, oooiiiletlnif the
buDlness of the meeting the Board adjourned.
Office of the Coanrr Clerk;' Seward
County. Kaoeaii : ; -
LUieral. Kan-ta.4. Jaimarv 9th. 191 1
Thrt Hoard of County CouimUaloaerN met In
adjmrned January 1911 session, pursuant to
adjournment oi me am ini:
Present were J. V. Kuest. .Chairman. Ell
Tartar and W. W. Antrim members of the
H..ni anil n . I j. ijkmh'p MHiiiby .-rK."
The following bills were, by the Hoard ex
.mlnoil &n.l aHiiWen.
liA.. A (lulnlan. .Isll Attentflanre and
Hand Cults -Jim
Kngland. Hoarding prisoners 1 1. HO
ohm Tir ir A ta Drugs lor rauper -r i.
L. A. Etiow. l)eK . "Mu
Tim. Hoard theraiiuon made the followlm
jmH.. Th.t u nnntir nfltiwu-tf .off Hearard
County. Kansas, wnonave tieen aaiy eiecuiu
An1 miAitneii. sna-i witn n iiiir,jr ui mm
ih due of his or her entering upon the dntira
of the respective omces oi-t-upy vne om pru-
Liberal, reward County. Kansas. This order
Is made In accordance with ruction, Swi of
the Ueneral Statutes of HM. and this order
shall apply to all officer except that of the
r-.iuniv Murvnvor. This order shall be In full
mI.ii fri. ..ith nmcr at tne Louri nnuse in
force and effec from and after the date of
Itsexecutloo. Dated lunmn oay ot January
1911
(Signed) J. F. Fuest. Chairman. '
Fll Tavlor.-.
W. W. Antrim. Members
of the Board. -TV,
rntintv rierk was ordered- Uv hare.
Phone placed In the ofHi-e of the sheriff titt
the use of botn, mat. oncer anu me vwimj
Tbls completing the bnslnesa of the meet
ing the Hoard adjoorneu. , ,
(Meal) , E. l. Cooper. County Clerk.
THAT YOU CANT GET AWAY
FROM
' Our price on wire fencing will "catch" you.
We carry he kind that will not cripple your stock.
Our stock of hardware of all kinds is hard to crip
ple, becaute we carry a big stock. You can find
what you want in our store. ;
We buy- in hg uantilies and get little prices We
give the low price whether you ask for it or not
Aa
GM$6fi WRIGHTS
Pool and Billiard Parlor
UndSr Citizens State Bank.
Much
100
Our repair department is
' facilities we will have in
us-to turn work out more
; Bring Your Repair. Work To Us
C S. JMRETT
Jdwelei4 and Optician
JCansas Avenue Liberal,' Kansas
pull W. Light & M
I LUMBER
BUILDING
MATERIAL
POSTS AND
PAUL W,
4J
HARDWARE CO.
the evenings grow long I
REMEMBER ,
overlooked,' but' the greater
our new quarters will enable
promptly, . .
LIGHT & CO.
Siliiards
Work
EI Alt PERYEAR
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