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J. W. Norris of Arfcalon was a Liberal visitor Tuesday. , Ellsaesser. Woods & Henry will be glad to show you their town lots. Some mighty fine loads of shell ed corn were marketed in Liberal last week. . The Domestic Science Club met with Mrs. 0sa Nichols last Thurs day afternoon. Attorneys Commons and McCoy went to Hugoton on legal business Thursday morning. The best place in town to buy valentines ot all kinds is at the. 5, 10 and 15 Cent Store. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O." Boles and little Helen returned from St, Louis last Saturday afternoon. The steam heating plant in the Miller building was tried out last week and proved entirely satisfac tory. WV B. Neff of Pennsylvania ar- r visit with his brother, Frank Neff and family of this city. ' Our ladies' hats are being sold at a discount of 66J per cent, f Now is the time to get bargains in X this line. Harris Dry Goods Co. Mr. Morris is navmg anew .'. 4..n-Mw- Sntn V 1 O 111 1 1 1 A I n n M TTfin. ' J I VliV SUV IUW uat vuaeu4ua wm sas Avenue, which is now occupied by the barber shop of Floyd Reese. H Mr. Platter the new photogra- ' I. . .L. Tin. Cfnlin .a nAntamln t. ...... Rnn PlrntA fl - milium uuu auuio uuc iiiuw vnu- ' lenders free for babies under 18 U10UU1S OIU. ii ij The Presbyterian people are to 'render a musical concert sometime f.xn the near future that will be the . ' . C Ai tl- ! en 4 1-. ST. itv 1101 nn 1 linA 'the season. . jvuss rvainryn joruon anu mrs tt :i I 'II l" l iL. nazei uecKer win nnisn me course in music under Airs, frazer next imaaU Tka nnmtnnamant 4 t 9 ' their recital will be made later. Frank Neff and his brother from Pennsylvania will make a little tour of the Southwest and look over the country. Ihey ex pect to be gone about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Stoufer enter tained Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Eid son of this city and Mrs. Anna Keating and children of Tacoma, Washington, at dinner Sunday evening. Frank Sousa of Collegeville, Nebraska, was. here this week looking after his land northwest of town. Monday he was the guest of his boyhood friend, D. A. Harris and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Smith en tertained at cards Wednesday eve ning for Miss Kathryn Jordan. The guests were, Mesdames Jones and Finley, and Miss Jordan, and Messers Eddy and Commons. A market the 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 W. G. McCullough returned Monday from Coffeyville, Kansas, where he had been called the week before on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. Watt. While away Mr. McCullough visited his daughter whom many Seward Co. people will remember as Miss Maggie McCullough. She is now married and living in a suburb of Coffeyville. The Seward county Holiness association held its regular monthly all-day meeting at the M. E. church in Liberal Tuesday. Mr, Pearl Wimmer of the Wideawake neighborhood, Mr. J, W. Norris and Mr. W. B. Neff were the out of town people who attended. Mr, Neff preached in the afternoon and Mr. Norris gave the address of the Cash Waters fe contemplating a triD to South America. Chas. Summers went to Dalhart on a business trip Wednesday. Furnished rooms, on Sherman Ave.' Mrs. Buckland. . 2 10-2t. J. W. Harris spent the" first of the week with relatives in,Ouymon. It is - announced that the band will play two night a week at the rink. ":" Have you picked out that town lot yetl They are going fast. Call 46. Miss Zoe Atchinson is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. y. H. ; Grinstead this week. - - . , The Womans' Club of Liberal met with Mrs. Beulah Craig last Tuesday afternoon. . ' Numbering the houses, gives some of the streets quite a ' met ropolitan appearance. A. E. Blake is in St. Louis and Chicago this week, buying goods for the hardware store. A number of guests enjoyed the dance with the members of the Club last Friday evening. Contractors and lumbermen re port a general good prospect,-for spring building this year. Have you seen-those Bluebell Cream Separators at the Liberal Hardware Co. 2-10-tf Mrs. R. E. Roberts who has been visiting here returned to her home in Fowler the first of the week. The recital of Polly of the Circus will undoubtedly be one of the best attractions given in Liberal this season. Mrs. Mary E. Todd the well known County Superintendent, went to Dodge City Thursday to attend the teachers association. Miss Zoe Atchinson will be at the regular W. C. T, U. meeting at Mrs. Grinstead's Friday after noon. All friends and members are cordially invited. Remember that, Polly of the Circus will be given under the ausuices of the Womans' Club This is sufficent recommendation to insure one of the best attrac tions of the season. Woman suffarage will have a chance in 1912, in Kansas. The bill to have the amendment to the constitution submitted at the gen eral election passed both houses of the legislature this week. Ladies' tailoring spring styles ! 1 . i now in. A superior line oeiter than any ever shown in Liberal. Style, fit and workmanship guar anteed. Liberal Tailors. Over J. E. George's store. The Presbyterian Church re ports, exceptional attendance at all services Sunday, the Sunday School passing all previous marks in attendance. Mr. Yocum sang a beautiful solo in the evening. Miss Carrie Ennis who has charge of the millinery department of the Economy Dry Goods Co. left Tuesday for Kansas City where she will join the millinery buyers of the Emery Bird ft Thay er who leave Friday for Chicago for a week at the wholesale houses, Moore ft Falls write fire and wind storm insurance in the best standard companies. Revival Meetings At The Baptist Church The Baptist people have decided to hold a revival meeting beginning March 1, 1911. They expect to have the very best evangelist that can be secured and they ask the christians to pray that the Lord may so lead in this meeting that saints be added to the kingdom. We hope this will be the greatest revival ever held in this town. Come and enjoy yourself with the Lord. Farm loans S. W. Smith. MontlJy Report of Valley Center District No. 24 Number of pupils enrolled, 15, number of days taught 20, average daily attendance 12, visitors 8. The bi-monthly questions were delayed and did not reach us until Feb. 1, the examination was given Feb. 2, and 3, those who made an average above 85 per cent were: Ninth grade, lea Bowles, Seventh grade Olive Lemons, -Sadie Norton Fourth grade Nellie Lemons, Third grade, Blanch and Dewy Norton, Opal Louderback and Nellie Bige- low, Second grade, Neva and Vera Taylor, Osa Norton and Harold Bigelow. ' Until the past month we were a little behind in some ( of the branches outlined in the course of study, we are now ahead in all but the seventh grade grammar we are endeavoring "to complete as near as possible the work outlined in the course of study in six mon ths and we will v not miss it far. We extend a cordial invitation to all who are interested in school work to give us a call ; and would be glad if more of the patrons of the district would visit us. '- ' R. O. Flanders, Teacher. Take your poultry, eggs and hides to the Carson House and get the cash. Cakson & Wood. 9-2-tf , V For bargains in dry goods, hats, cans and shoes call at the Harris Dry Goods store. Remember the Palace Cleaners, all work guaranteed. East side Kansas Avenue. t-f. Southeast Seward. Mr. Norton was in Liberal Friday. last Wm. Clausen and his father have been quarrying rock the past week they expect to build a milk house and chicken house. Perry Smith and mother Mrs. Hullett left for Woods county, Okla. Monday they will return with a load of belongings which they were unable to bring when they came Out last spring. Sanford Taylor of near Floris spent several days last week with his sister Mrs. Hullett. R. J. Sliger and T. M. Bowles were in the vicinity of Hibbs trying to buy little pigs Wednes day. W. II. Bigelow returned to Plains last Wednesday. After a short visit with his family, ho will resume his carpenter work on the new hotel. Bro. Rhodes who is holding meeting at Mt. Olive preached a short sermon at the schoolhouse in district 21 last Saturday A large number of the young people from here attended church at Mt. Olive Sunday night. Bro Rhodes is causing quite an interest to be taken. Those who wish to hear the Gospel straight from .the Bible should attend. Farm loans, easy terms. S. W. Smith. . - For farm loans on easy terms see H. V. Tucker at Liberal. These are days when a little very street SDrinkling would be a material blessing. . The.most novel line of valen tines ever brought to Liberal at the 5, 10 and 15 Cent Store. Our sale of skirts will continue one more month. Harris Drt Goods Co. The skirts on sale at the Harris Dry Goods store are below manu facturers prices. Let us demonstrate our Bluebell Cream Separator at your home. You will want one if you see it work. Liberal Hardware Co. . 2-10-tf Don't neglect your fire Jnsur ance. You may lose aI in a few hours. Without tornado insurance you may lose all in an instant. Fire rates three years 80 cents per $100. Tornado insurance 50 cents per $100. for three years. Phone - '..Market .- ' Produce (furnished by Liberal Cold Storage Co.) ' ' Hens, 3 lbs and over ......... 6c Hens, under 3 J pounds, , .' . 05c Broilers, H to 2 lbs.., 7c Ducks, F.F. F, lb. t .'.,V6c Geese, F. F. F. lb,.. '.; 5c Guineas, each......... .30c Young Turkeys, fat, . . . . .'. 11c Old Roosters per lb. 03c Butter, Packing Stock, .. .,11c Eggs, per dozen 11c Graik No. 2 Hard Wheat.... ,,86c Corn.. ....45c Maize, per cwt.. .75c Kaffir Corn, per cwt ......... 75c Broomcorn Market , The receipts here last week were 15 cars, which makes a total of 624 cars shipped this season. The price continues good, the too for last week being $92.50 for one load bought last Saturday. There is much poor corn, and some that is badly baled which is now com ing in. There is a' light demand for this variety, but buyers are bidding well for good corn that is well baled. A farmer brought in a load of brush last week which had each bale carefully wet down in the middle. The buyers o f course discovered it, and he got only $40 for his load. This is the first time that method of 1 increas ing weights has been tried here, and it will probably be the last. Friendship Items Rev. Paramore failed to fill his appointment at Independence last Sunday. . G. W. Hill and family who have been spending the past few months in California returned home last Saturday. We are certainly glad to have them back again. Mrs. R. Vogt visited Mrs. U. L. Hill Monday afternoon. Mr. Harris Winstead and wife visited Jim Watson and .family last Tuesday. C. B. Evans and wife visited J. M. IvielJs and family one evening last week.. Mrs. Gertrude Shafer is t h e owner of a new cream separator A. J. Nix and family spent Sun day with J. M. Cleek and wife. M. M, Maricle and wife and C F. Stephenson and family spent Sunday with J. B. Watson and family. - Mrs. Cleek and Mrs. Shafer visited with Mrs. Maricle one eve the past week. Mr. Peterson from Chicago, III. lias been visiting Mr. and Mrs. II. (J. VV itt and other relatives in this neighborhood the past few days. Mrs. C. B. Evans spent Wed nesday with Mrs. Maricle. Backache, Rheumatism Sleeplessness Result from disordered kidneys, Foley Kidney Pills have helped others, they will help you. Mrs. J. B. Miller, Syracuse, N. Y., says " For a long time I suffered with kidney trouble and rheuma tism. 1 had severe headaches ana felt all played out. After taking two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills my backache is gone and where I used to lie awake with rheumatic pains I now sleep in comfort Fole.v Kidney Pills did wonderful things for me." Try them now Sold by all Druggists Everything Pertaining Modern Dentistry is practised at this office. to Whether it be Crown, Pivot, Bridge or Plate work, whatever is best suit ed to your particular need in a Thoroughly Competent manner, every piece of work fully guaranteed. Do not let such an important mat ter be netrlected when little time and money will put everything right. Dr. CASON DENTIST Official Directory of Liberal City Will be ready by March 1, giving the names, occupation and street and number of every adult person of Liberal, Kansas. The book will be cloth bound and contain one hundred pages, size of page 7x9. , Part one of this directory classification of every adult and number. Part two will contain a classification of the business and professions, giving the official number, and the name of proprietors and managers. - Part three will contain an persons living in the country from Liberal. Part four will contain a street guide giving the -location of all streets and avenues with reference to Kansas Avenue and Second Street as a base. - The regular price of this but orders taken now, in advance of it's publication will be taken for three dollars. If you want advertising space or a directory at reduced price let me know"at once. HARVEY CHAPMAN OFFICE AT COURT HOUSE 000000O00CX3O00O0OOO0OO0O0OO0OOC)OOOCU9OCOOCM300O00000O CM. WATERS The Waters Abstract tonpay Complete Abstracts of Title to all Lands and Town Lots in Seward Co. Office over Citizens State Bank. Phone 271. , Liberal, Kansas ooooooocoooooooooooooooooo GIVING THE PEOPLE VALUE . Hart, Schaf ner & Marx Suits Curlee Pants $2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 John B. Stetson Hats $3.50 and up Furgenaon McKinney Dress Shirts Hole Proof Sox, six pairs guaranteed to wear for six months, price six pairs $1.50 Arrow Brand Collars. Fancy Neckwear ROSCOE MORRELL The Clothier North Second St. tared Wtat Gpsrate STATE OF MINNESOTA, ) .. COUNTY OF STEELE, t ' L Richard Jahreisa, of Owatonna, Minn., feeing first duly sworn, da lay that I am the person named in and who subscribed the fol lowing statement and the same is trne of my own knowledge, in every particular 1 had severe pains in my right side, jnst -bove the Appendix. I went to the doctor and he prononnced my case Appendicitis and advised an operation. Instead I went to Zambonl Bros,. Drag Store and bought a bottle of (Adler-i-ka) Treatment. After taking it the result was indeed wonderful. The pains stopped and I felt like new man. I heartily recommend (Adler-i-ka) Treatment to anyone troubled with Appendicitis, as I know it has cured me." 4U (Signed) RICHARD H. JAHREISA State f SeaL K Subscribed and sworn to before me June 29, 190& , f J. NEWSALT, Notary Public, Steele County. Appendkitlshtieanlflffwoneiiid wans, snd ewyooe iboald know of this wonderfully sacoesstul treatment. A valoabla book, tbowini many picture of that curious and little known onran, the ouman Appendix, and telling now Appendlcltla la caused, how It can be treated without operation, aodncrtT JOHtaBtlSlllJf fiurd JIHirrM f p1"" t, 'U hgln gBRatnanynMralliinatourtor No one is safe Today you may be well and hearty. Tomorrow you may suffer the pains of this disease, caused by oyer-exertion, constipation, injury to the abdomen, fast eating, and cold drinking. Pre pare today by getting a bottle of Adler-i-ka, treatment. For sale in this vicin ity only at our store. Chas. Taylor & Co. Phone 107 Liberal, Kansas Prescription Druggists will contain an alphabetical with their occupation, street names of firms, street and alphabetical classification of on rural routes which go out directory will be four dollars; S. W. SMITH ' oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Liberal, Kansas mm V Here bSwem Proofs from Appendicitis. evening service. 5. Land-Thater Land Co.