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- Ellsaesser. Woods & Henry will
be triad to show you their town
Fred Hartman of Garden City
cauie in Friday for a visit with
his cousin, Mrs. Harry Stwart,
and family. He has since obtained
a position and will remain in Lib'
eral for a time.
Mrs 0. C. Adams left Wednes
(kv for her home at Hooker. Okla.,
She had been taking care of the
twins while he- daughter. Mrs
Ollie Woods was in St.Louis and
other points east.
Mrs. Watkins and Mrs. James
Well of Liberal were here Monday
night the guests of Mrs. J. F.
Butler. They left this morning
for Ashland to attend the wedding
of their brother, Fred Watkins.
Mr. P. L. Potter, son of Sen
ator Potter of Peabody, Kansas
was a Liberal visitor last week
Mr. Potter is from the State Agri
cultural College at Manhattan and
therefore a scientific farmer and
stockman. If more of our younp
men would choose a like profess
ion our country would be profited
by their choice.
The Domestic Science Club met
with Mrs. E. J. Thayer Tuesday
afternoon. Each member brought
an original 1 valentine for some
member of the club. Every one
had a most happy time. Mrs.
Funk and Mrs. Myrrh Woods got
the funniest valentines. Some of
tlio drawings were well words
cannot describe' them. Mesdames
Vaughn, Smith and Kennedy were
very appropriate. A dainty lunch
was served at the close by Mrs.
Thayer assisted by Miss Nutz.
Mesdames Vaughn, George, Todd,
Craig and Kennedy were fined.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McCoy en
tertained at the second of a series
of parties Wednesday evening.
The rooms were decorated twith
little red and white hearts and
little cupids. - Progression Hearts
was the game played. Mrs. W.
Stewart winning the lady's prize
and Mr. Kalph Smith the gentle
men'sboth of which were heart
shaped painted scenes in .water
color, handiwork of the hostess.
The guests.present were: Mr. and
Mrs. 0. M. Woods, Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Stewart. Mrs. J. Karau,
Miss Alice Smith, Miss Nellie
Nutz, Miss Bertha Kelley and
Messrs Paul Fuok, Kemper Funk,
Kalph Smith and L. Jean Perkins
A delicious two course lunch was
Mrs. Fred Keating is visiting
Mrs. C. W. Eidson.
Have you .picked out that town
lot yet? Tbey are going fast
U. J. Warren returned Tuesday
from a business trip to Wichita
Ed. Hancock sold his residence
nronertv on north Grant Aven
Wednesday to a minister of the
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. .Woods re
turned the first of the week from
an extended eastern trip.
Mrs.J . E. George left Thurs
day morning for a two weeks visit
at Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Mrs. Thomas Gaw Jr. and little
daughter Lucile left Monday for
their home ro.Kansas City. Mr.
Gaw will remain here until his
work on theKock Island depot and
eating house is finished.
It is announced that the public
is cordially invited to the.graduat
ing recital of Miss Kathryn Jor
dan and Mrs, Hazel Decker
They have completed the course
in music under Mrs. John r raser
and will give their recital at the
Presbyterian church next Tuesday
Mrs, Chas. Taylor, Mrs .C.'c
Warner and Mrs. J. F. McWil-
liams entertained a number of
friends at the McWilliams home
Wednesday evening. The prizes
for 500 were won by Mrs. Macky
and Mrs. C-. E. Woods. At the
close of the evening, a dainty two
course luncheon was served. The
guests were; Mesdames Steyesson,
Cavanaugh, Woods, Sutton, Jones,
Decker, Ault, Finley, Cason, Na
. n ft V
son, AiacKy, ueorge.mrnson,
Eidson, Misses Jordan, Wright,
and Messers. Stevesson, Cavan
augh, Woods, Sutton, Ault, Tay
lor, Warner, McWilliams, Cason,
Nason, Eidson, Mackey, Yocum
Commons, George, and Eddy.
ed a number of neighbors and
relatives at a thimble party at her
home on North Kansas avenue
Tuesday afternoon. The hostess,
assisted by Mildred Hood and La
Faun Wilkins, served light refresh
ments at 5 o'clock. Those present
were; Mesdames, Harry Mcgrudor.
T. R. Turner, T. J. Smith. Fred
Lidson, Marion Eidson L A. Eid
son, Amos Eidson, E. S. Irwin, J.
S. Miller, F. O. Rindom, Brice
Keating Fred Keating. Guy Lem
onnier, and Misses LaFaun Wil
gens and Mildred Hood.
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Here arePreparations'thaf are absolutely the best in
their line. They are made from the best formulas
and puresf drugs'and "are sold on a positive
guarantee to give satisfaction or your
money cheerfully refunded.
1. Ngala Baby Cough Syrup, cough syrup especially prepared
for babies, does not. contain alcohol, chloroform, mor-
phine, or'other opiates. . No better formula for children's
coughs. Price 25 cents.
2. Nyala Celery Nervine, an excellent tonic for anyone in a
weak or run down Tcondition, and 'especially good for
nervous women. Price$1.00.
3. Taylors Cold Tablets'the best combination to relieve a cold
that you can buy, 'contains nothing'.harmful.'and Js"j9ure
to relieve. Price 25 cents. 5
4. Nyala' Com Remover, removes the pain the first application
and is sure to remove the corn without danger or pain.
Price 25 cents.
5. Nyala Klen-Um, a cleaning fluid that will remove spots from
silk or any other fabric.il Can't burn, can't .explode.
6. Nyala Little Liner Pilla, the best liver pills we have ever
sold, small injsize, easy to swollow'fanddo not grioe.
7. Nyala'.Stone Root Compound, the best known kidney remedy
especially valuable for kidney disease of old age. Prices
50 cents and $1.
8. Nyala Cotarrhi'Remedy, an antiseptic of alkaline reaction for
the relief of catarrh of the nose and throat. Nazal
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We know the ingredients of all of these remedies and
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Chas. Taylor & Co.
"Where Your Dollar Does The Most Good"
WHEN ROYALTY PASSED A WA
Bath Porlod and Stylo of Mourning
:, Wort Strictly Regulated In
Royal moruning in the past was
regulated far more elaborately than
nowadays. . In pre-revolution .daya,
when, the French court was in
mourning, the royal apartments
were, hung with black and every
looking glass in the king's residence
was covered with crepe. ' French
queens, when rridowed, were expect
ed to remain secluded for six weeks
in room draped, with black cloth
on which were fastened white vel
vet dots, supposed to represent tears.
The lame custom prevailed in
Scotland. In the pamphlet which
George Buchanan wrote against
Miry Queen of Scots he dwelt se
verely on the fact that long before
the 40 days following Darnley'i
death were spent she showed herself
at a window and "looked out on the
light of day."
Sumptuary mourning laws were
formerly found necessary in England
to restrict the extravagance of the
nobility andtheir imitators in the
matter of funeral costume. At the
end of the fifteenth century it was
laid down that dukes, marquises and
archbishops should be allowed 16
yards of cloth for their gowns,
"sloppes" (moruning cassocks) and
mantles, earls 14, viscounts 12, bar
ons 8, knights 6, and all persons of
inferior degree only two. .
HE STOOD BY HIS RELIGION
Baptist Admitted There Might Be
Other Waya to Heaven, but No
Gentleman Would Take Them. 1
Rev. Dr. Haslara, pastor of Qeth'
semane Baptist church at Eighteenth
street and Columbia avenue, was de
livering an address the other day at
a ministers meeting. ,
I once knew a Baptist, an old
man of the hard-shell order. To
him the Baptist religion was the
One day a friend of his, who was
a Methodist, stopped him on th.
" 'You know there are other ways
besides the Baptist way of getting to
heaven he said.
"My Baptist friend drew himself
" Thaf s true, there may .be,', he
said, with withering scorn, but no
gentleman would take advantage of
them.'" -Philadelphia Times.
ROUGH ON CHICAGO.
Dr. Heinrich C. 0. Hirach, the
Viennese conductor, said recently
that New York's musical taste was
much better cultivated than Chica
"A New York and a Chicago girl,"
he went on, "met at the seashore. In
the twilight, while the sky flamed
pink in the sunset and the hotel or
chestra played Massenet on the ter
race, the New. York girl said to the
Chicago girl: :
'"Do you like fugues?
"The Chicago girl sighed and an
swered wistfully: . .
'No, but I adore clams "
WOMEN AS VOLUNTEERS. 1
Mrs. St Clair Stobert founded
the Women's Sick and Wounded
Convoy corps, which works in con
nection with the Bed Cross in Eng
land. The women who ioin the
corps are all serious 'and the .work,,8
voluntary, and not even the uniform
could be said to attract them, as it
is very simple and unadorned. The
women, take training in their work,
go into camp and. so on, and hold
themselves ready in any national
emergency to go to work.
AS ANYONE COULD 8EE.
"Wh what's all this!" exclaimed
the voter, unrolling the long, nar
row poster that had been given him.
"That's the little ballot, sir," said
the judge of elections, with the pa
tient, large hearted tolerance that
knowledge ever owes to ignorance
MISUNDERSTOOD KINDNESS.. 4..
"I wish I could die! I"
"Aw, come up to the house and
eat one of my wife's dinners 1"
"Will that do it?" .
HEAVY FOR HIM.
"Cholly Sillibov told me the other
day he had such a load on his mind."
"Must have been his new motor
Backache, Rheumatism .
Result from disordered kidneys.
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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. I had severe headaches and
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 1 now sleep in comfort.
holey Kidney Pills did wonderful
things forme," ' Try them now.
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Remember' the Palace Cleaners,
all work guaranteed. East - side
Kansas Avenue. t-f.
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Write to the paMiiWrs far Ssedawa Paten.
Just a little journey
and the going is a
pleasure in itself.
Spend a few weeks this
winter in California. Visit
the old missions bask in the
bright golden sunshine breathe
the sweet summer breezes
revel in a bower of roses and
an atmosphere of romance and
enchantment. The de luxe
trains of the .
make the trip to California a
real joy. Every moment one of
happiness amid the environ
ments of superb Pullmans, cozy
staterooms downy berths, a
chef whose dishes are a delight,
good books and a journey that
will interest you.
' Fast trains daily via two routes
hi Paso and New
Mexico along the bor
ders of Old Mexico anrl FT
through Scenic Colo
rado and Salt Lake.
Aak Rock Island
About Trip to
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The Most Important
and latest methods known in
Dentistry may be found here,
which means the best possi
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tious and fully .
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hink what an improvument
in your looks is that empty
space is filled in with clean,
white teeth, and will not
only will it help in looks, but
hink how much better you
will enjoy eating.
Pure Home Rendered Coun-
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and FancvTGroceries which
have the home flavor to be
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Feed Phone 68 Coal
DO YOU SEE
as well as well as you did a few years
If not, stop and think. Your eyes
will fail more rapidly in the next few
years than than they have in the past
unless you have them looked after at
Jarrett The Optician
Do It Today
Kansas Avenue Liberal, Kansas
WHEN YOU THINK OF f LOUR,
think of PRIDE OF LIBERAL. When
you buy Flour, ask your Grocer for J
Pride of Liberal
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Office over Citizens State Bank. .Phone 271. . - . - Liberal, Kansas
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We are after you, but when you
iiave investigated our proposition
yon will be after our town lots.
Ellsaesser, Woods & Henry.
Take your poultry, eggs and
hides to the Carson House and
get the cash. Carson A Wood.