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Real Estate Transfers. H. W. and Mary Lane to P. M. i Condit, north half of the northeast quarter of section 18, township 34, range 32. H. W. and Mary Lane to J. S, Dodd, southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of sectioe 18, township 34, range 32. 3. W. and Ella Baughman to Clifford W. Petitt, lots 13 and 14, block 14, Baughman's first addi tion. H. and Mary Hobble to Rosa L. Adams, lots 1 to 7, Summers'. ad dition. Tena E. Snider to J. W. Baugh- man, southeast quarter section 11, township 34, range 34. Jessie M. and Milton Myers to J. W. Baughman southeast quarter of section 26, township 31, range 34. J. W. and Ella Baughman to Elizabeth Bomgardner, lots 7, 8 and 9, Block 3 Baughman's first addition. A. C. Olin to Plains State Bank, northeast quarter of section 8, the southeast quarter of sectihn 5, the west half of the southwest quarter of section 4 (except two acres on the west side), southeast quarter of southwest quarter of section 4 (except a piece of ground 300 feet square), all the above being in township 33, range 31; lots 6, 7 and 8, block 1; lots 5 to 12, block 2, all of block 4, west half of block 5, all of block 6; lots 1, 2 and 3, block 7; lots 4, 5 and 6 in block 10; lots 3, 4, and . 5 and 10 to 17 in block 11; all of block 12; all of block 13; lots 1 to 7 with house, lots 13 to 19 with house and lots 21 to 24, all in block 15; all in the town of Kismet, Kansas. Jim Dalton is on the sick list this week. . For Sale. A good residence property, close in. I will take a good team of mares, wagon and harness, as part payment on property, you can see me at the furniture store second door west of the post office. S. P. Newby. X X 5Q0's at Stevesson's The X X 500 Club was verj de lightfully entertained last Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stevesson. Besides the members of the club there were a number of guests present. They were: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kennedy, of Norton. Kansas,' Mr. and Mrs. Chas Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Cason, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Eidson, Mrs. Anna. Keating and Miss Jennie Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy won the guests honors of the eve ning while Mr. Ault and Mrs. Baughman won' membership hon ors. The honors were very dainty and appropriate; cards for the gentlemen and elegant little bon bon dishes for the ladies. The hostess, assisted by her two charm ing daughters served the appetiz ine,', and according to rule, one course lunch. " It consisted of oys ter stew, celery, olives, dill pick les, coffee and salted nuts. Mrs. Frazer and Miss Edna Stevesson furnished some fine vocal and pia no music for the party during the evening. The club met on Fri day evening rather than Saturday evening, the regular time for - the meeting on account of the depar ture of some of the members for Eastern points the next day. Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Cason en tertained informally Monday even ing in honor of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kennedy of Norton, Kansas, the parents of Mrs Chas Taylor. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. CliaS. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mc- Williams, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Warner and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Yocum. Cards were the order of the evening, Mrs. Kennedy and Mr. Taylor receiving honors. A very elaborate lunch was served. The club in the ranks of the ad ministration party these days is to get togather, or there will be a democratic landslide in 1912." It is our personal opinion that the G. O. P. can't muster enough 'get together" to prevent it. J. E. George spent several days at his ranch on the . Beaver last week. - i Mrs. O. T. Wood went to Meade last Friday to attend the funeral of the baby of Joe Wood. Mr. and Mrs. 1). A. Henry left on No. 4 Sunday. Mrs. Henry will visit in Hutchinson and Don will go on to eastern Kansas on business. The Santa Fe Monitor says, Haskell county has put up $17,000 in notes, has $2,000 more in sight but will have to hustle some for the other $6,000 to get the rail road there by July 1, 1911. Liberal School Notes. This is the week of the mid-term examinations a busy week for teacher and pupils. Those absent on account of sickness are: Lucy Hutchison, Va den and Ovalda Huckleberry, Lu cile Montgomery, Anna Colby and Agatha Printz. Visitors this week have been: Mrs. Geo. A. Smith, Miss Vadie Fairchilds. Mrs. Bradley, Reva and Fein Hackett. The Liberal teachers met with some of the country teachers last Saturday in Mrs. Todd's office. A very profitable and instructive meeting was held, that all enjoyed. Our teachers agree that although small in numbers it was the best meeting that has been held here for some time. Mrs. Todd took the teachers to the Rest Room and treated them to pie and coffee as b.er part of the program well, her number was the best on ' the pro gram. $100.00 Reward. I will pay the above reward for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons illegally hand liug, driving off and disposing of or butchering any of my stock. CM. Light, '' Liberal, Kansas Remember the Palace Cleaners, all work guaranteed. East side Kansas Avenue. . tf.v Hayne Items. Miss Grace Higgins was sick several days this week, but is bet ter at this writing. We had a light shower Friday morning. The Rock Island unloaded an other box car depot for Hayne this week to replace the one which burned down last fall. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Root are confined to their bed on account of sickness. Quite a number have colds and grippe. Will Harding and family and Lon Gaskill spent Sunday with W. S. Higgins and family. Miss Ida Homey is another grippe sufferer. This damp foggy weather we have been having for the last few days is rather unusual for us. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lower spent Sunday with Mrs. Lower's brother W. J. Pennington and family. ' W. C. McClureand mother were trading in our city Monday. L. A. Cole & Son. For all kinds of shoe repairing. Neat and good work guaranteed. East side Kansas Avenue. Green Valley Greetings. We had a nice rain last Friday. La grippe and bad colds are plenti ful in tliis community. Rev. Lathrope delivered an excel lent sermon to a large congregation fiunaay afternoon. Wednesday night there was quite a gathering of young people at the iiome of M iss Dora Swan and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Rev. Paramore and Rev. Jesse Uh- ler began a series of meetings here Tuesday night. Everyone Iscordially invited to attend. Ops Takr There is not much difference per pound be tween the price of the cheapest rope, and the best, but there is a big difference in quality. 10 cent rope is short fiber 'and has numbers of "lumps" or "mouse nests" in it, little wads of short or rotton fiber, which make up weight and bulk, but are worse than useless in the-strand of rope. Our Plymouth Sisal is long smooth fiber, prac tically free from lumps is worth half more and only costs 12 1-2 cents. For a really good rope Manila is cheaper than Sisal. It is softer, smoother and much stronger. Plymouth Manila is now worth 15 cents; this is the kind of Rope for Sand Lines, Well Ropes, or any hard service. . For Saddle Rope we keep the Plymouth Manila Yacht Line Lariat, and this is the best rope we have ever seen. Come in and look at it. Scndrattl Finest J Take your poultry, eggs and hides to the Carson House and get the cash. Carson & Wood. 9-2-tf See Brewer & Sutton for paint ing, paper hanging and decorating. We sell wall paper, paint and -picture frames made to order, 2nd door west of Postoffice. 11-4-tf HARNESS And Heavy Robes The Largest Assortment in the City. A Large Assortment of Robes, Blankets, Trunks, Va lises, Suit Cases and Harness Hardware Everything in Leather Goods Cw r XIOSOO Harness and Saddlery Goods BOLINHALL&Co. We still have a full line of Lumber, Posts and Maitland Lump Coal. We are never too busy to figure your esti mates, give us a trial for anything in our line. : : : BOLIN, HALL & COMPANY i -M- !$ Eureka Items. . (8 miles sou lb and 3 miles west of Lllnl.) There are a number of cases of la grippe and pneumonia In this neigh borhood. '.; Charley Capps and family are visit ing his mother, Mrs. S. A. Capps, (his week. ; C. H. Morehouse and family, I). Ireland and family and Mrs. C. E. Morehouse and daughters, Lovlca and ftertha were at G. A. Kali's Sunday, j One of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Sauers' tVin babies died last week. It was only a few days old. The other twin is very frail. 'W. L. Hocker and family visited at Mr. Burnet t.sSunday. . Mrs. S. A. Capps and Mrs. V. Capps spent Wednesday with Mrs. C. E. Morehouse. Viva Hoslem,. Lyle Shaw and Ray Hudklns were on the sick list last week. Tracy Lubbers is staying with Mrs. Walter Elliott while Walter is away from home. . Vance Capps and wife spent Sun day afternoon at the home of his mother, Mrs. S. A. Capps. Bertha Lubbers Is going to school at Eureka now. There was a good attendance at Sunday School last Sunday. The hour has been changed to 10:30. Re prompt, or you will miss half of the Sunday School, as it will begin at 10:30 sharp. For Rent A well equipped stock ranch in Stevens County. C. L. GuiosBr, Woodsdale. Bring. your butter, eggs, poultry and hides to us and get the cash for them. Liberal Cold Storage Co. 8-5-tf Zeli Taylor has the finest car of apples ever shipped into Liberal. They are on sale under the First National Bank. l-6-2t. For Sale.' Fifteen It. C. Rhode Island Red cockerels for sale. $1.00 each. Mrs. Grace Erlewine R. F. D. 4. Liberal Ukat Harket Fresh and Cured Meats, Poultry, Fish, Oysters, and Celery My Desire Is to Cater to all Trades PHONE 83 FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE The low rates on dwellings and contents make it poor policy for you to carry vour own insurance. Think of this. $1000 tire insurance 3 years would cost you only $8 $1000 tornado insurance 3 years would cost only $5 The Are insurance will protect your home against damage by fire or lightning. You cannot well be without it. Phone us today. Do not delay. We represent H large insurance com panies and write 75 per cent of the insurance of Liberal. i Land-Thayer Land Co. Real Estate and Insurance PHONE 95 . R. I, Nichols SURGEON ROCK ISLAND RAILROAD CO. Office on Kansas Ave., 2d Door South Taylor's Drug Store AXJCniselyanPSn Office Over P. O. Res. Phone 180. Office Phone 235 X 1 i j M3-2t. Pd.