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CASTOR OIL 'A fixed oil obtained from the seed of Riciniis Communis cultivated and grown in India. Of all
the laxatives there is none known for children better than pure Castor Oil. There is only one objection to it and
that is its Nauseous Taste. We have a preparation of pure Castor Oil, full strength, from which all the nauseous
taste has been taken. This Oil is but little higher in price than the plain Castor Oil. Children will take it like Syrup
HUBBARD'S DRUG STORE
Mrs. . B. McConnel and little
daughters Ruth and Grace visited
here Sunday .with McCamant's.
T. II." Fulton of Winchester,
Kansas, visited here Sunday and
Monday with his son Earnest who
is principal of the grades in the
Mrs. Kathryn Larrabee return
ed Wednesday from a two day's
visit with her daujrters, Mrs. W.
C. Stout and Mrs. Albert Busch,
at Arkalon. One of her little
grandsons accompanied her.
- One of the most delightful par
ties of the season was given the
past week by Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Woods as host and hostess. Whist
was the game enjoyed by all, Mrs.
George winning the lady's prize
and Chas. Taylor the gentlemen's.
The guest list included Mesdames
George, Nichols, J. A. Black,
Stevesson, Ault, Warner, Cason,
Funk, J. H. Cavenaugh, Stoufer,
McWilliams, Chas Taylor; Messers
- Ault, Warner, Cason, Funk, Oav
anaugh, Stoufer, McWilliams,
and Taylor also Misses Alice
Smith, Bertha Kelley and Mrs.
J, Karau and Kalph Smith.
Mr; and Mi's. J. G, Ault enter
tained the X. X. 500 Club at their
home on North Washington ave
nue last Saturday night. Ihe re
freshments were fully up to the
excellent standard maintained by
the club, and everybody had a de
lightful time. The guests were:
Dr. and Mrs. Cason, Mr. and Mrs;
C. D. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Williams, Dr. and Mrs. Nichols,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Woods, Pri
zes to the invited guests were won
by Mrs. F. V. Cason and Mr, C.
E. Woods. Those ta the Club
members were won by Mrs. J. Hj
Cavanauzh and Mr. L. C. Yocum.
Five F Club.
Tuesday evening, the FFFFF
Club was entertained at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McCoy.
The affair was a valentine party,
and the ladies were dressed to rep
resent beautiful valentines, while
the gentlemen were costumed as
comic valentines. The house was
elaborately decorated with red
hearts a,nd cupids. Instead of the
usual cards, the game of the even
ing was played with dice, on each
side of which were letters. . The
game was to throw a combination
of letters which would spell he,
her, hear, heart.or hearts. Mrs.
K. E. Summers carried away the
prize for ladies a heart shaped
calendar with small hearts susp
ended by ribbons. Paul Funk
was the fortunate gentlemen- who
won the prize, a heart shaped match
scratcher. At the close of the
pleasant evening a dainty lunch
eon was served. Those present
were Mesdames Summers, McCoy
Decker," Misses Flood, Hobble,
Simon and Jordan and Messers
McCoy, Commons, Quinalin, Eddy
Summers and Funk.
At the residence of Judge Hultz
in Liberal, Thursday, February
9th, 1911, Miss Rothula E. Wil
liamson and Ira D. Warren, both
of Guymon, Oklahoma, J. A. Cor
nelius of the Christian church Of
ficiating. Mr. Warren is one of
the proprietors of the Princess
Chili Parlor and the young peo
ple will make their future home
here. - The Democrat extends con
A lady's fur neck piece on the
streets of Liberal. Owner may
have same by identifying it and
paying for this notice. Inquire at
ScandrettA Fuest's. '
The 1 1 yefy barn now occupied
by Ote Dubois, same can be easily
moved to another location. Call
or write W. S. Wolley, Liberal,
I Office Over P. O. Res, Phone 180. ; Office Phone 235
Miss Anderson's Shower
Misses May and Edna Stevesson
gave a dinner party and shower
for Miss Alta Anderson at their
home on Grant avenue Monday
evening. The dinner of five
courses was served at six o'clock
and the miscellaneous shower gave
the guest of honor a number of
useful and beautiful presents. The
guests chosen from among Miss
Andersons friends were; Misses
Alta Anderson, Alice Smith,
Georgia Cain, LaFaun Wilkins,
Laura Wood, and Mesdames D.
A. Henry, E." S. Reynolds, and
R. E. Summers. Miss Anderson
eft Wednesday morning for
Hutchinson where she was mar
ried to Mr. Hiriara Wait of St.
Louis. After a few days visit
with the bride's parents at Em
poria, they will be at home in St
Louis which is the terminal of the
groom's run. He is now in the
mail service, and for some time
came to Liberal where he is well
known. The young couple have
the congratulations of a host of
friends in Liberal, including the
L. H. Sutton and wife returned
the first of the week from an ex
tended visit through California.
To exchange. Good quarter
section for 6 or 7 room city prop
erty. G. M. Glenn. 2-t-pd
Ellsaesser, Woods' & Henry have
town lots for sale . in any part of
the city. ,
Moore & Falls write fire and
wind storm insurance in the best
Have you seen those Bluebell
Cream Separators at the Liberal
Hardware Co. 2-10-tf
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.
"Goldarnest" lot of money be
ing made in Liberal City lots.
Ask Henry for full particulars.
Mrs. C. E. Morehouse and daugh
ter Lovlca spent Thursday at C. H.
Charley Capps and family moved
to Liberal last week. ' ' "
W. L. Hocker and family were In
Tyrone Friday of last week.
C. E. Morehouse and wife and G.
A; Kail and wife were In Liberal
There were just a few at Sunday
School Sunday on account of the
weather. Rgv. Sturgeon preached
after Sunday School. The wind
calmed down in the afternoon and he
preached to a large crowd at Sunshine
Walter Elliott and wife were in
Just at noon Monday, February 8th,
C. H. Morehouse and family and Mrs.
G. A. Kail and family went in with
well filled baskets and surprised thler
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. More
house, the occasion being their thirty-fifth
Mrs. S. A. Cf.pps spent Sunday at
the home of her son V. Capps.
Iter. Turner Is holding revival ser
vices at Liberty church this week.
Llla Kimble of Nabisco spent Tues
day, with her teacher, Miss Bertha
Sidney Groves and wife took din
ner at the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Beeths's Sunday. -
Bring your butter, eggs, poultry
and hides to us and get the cash
for them. 'Liberal Cold Storage
Co. , 8-5-tf
The meetings at the Mt. Olive
school house continue this week.
Last Sunday evening the house
was so crowded that some of those
who came last had to go away.
There were 78 present at Floris
Sunday school Sunday afternoon.
Bro. Howard who preached after
Sunday School will be with us
again next Sunday,
Wade and Fannie Odneal enter
tained a number of their young
friends Sunday at dinner. Those
present were Misses Vada Chapin,
Irma Bathlot, Rescola Carlile, Re
na Boober, Minnie Ausmus, Pearl
Hinds and Messrs. Earl Chapin,
Emmit Wilgus and George Hinds.
Their uncle and aunt, M. D. Aus.
mus and wife were also present.
Mrs. Odneal and Mrs. Hanmond
visited Mrs. Carlile Monday.
J. S. Wheeless and wife visited
Sunday with J. X. Smith and
Mr. Williams and wife of Bell
view district spent' Sunday with
Dock Hinds and family. -
Beatrice is improving. Their
merchant, Mr. Harlow, purchased
an auto last week. He is going
to build a garage soon.
Mrs. Henry Ausmus and Res
cola Garlyle were out driving
with Minnie Ausmus Monday.
Minnie is canvassing for Croft
and Reid's company. She seems
to be having good success with
her work. " - ,
Rena Booher spent Saturday
night with Minnie Ausmus. - -
Misses Phenia Hunt and Rena
McNight were the guests of Pearl
Hinds last Sunday.
There was a large crowd at the
baptismal services at Mr. Bowles'
Services at Mt. Olive school
house next Sunday morning and
evening. . Everybody invited.
Henry Ausmus is putting the
finishing touches to his house.
He and his wife expect to move
Mr. Still and Newt Binigar
were out fixing the phone wire on
line No. 5 Sunday. They found
it had been grounded near W. H.
Booher's farm. '
Remember The Name
Foley's Honey and Tar for all
coughs and colds, for croup, bron
chitis, hoarseness and for racking
lagrippe coughs. No opiates.
Sold by all Druggists.
About 30 tons of well headed
kaffir corn in the bundle. Call on
. Bekt Allen,
12-16-tf. Phone No. 111.
Beatrice (Okla.) Items.
10 miles southeast of Liberal.
The farmers around Beatrice are
all rejoicing over 'a lovely rain
which fell Monday.
S. I. Rhodes returned last week
from a visit to his parent in South
W. T. Potter visited at Floris
last Sunday evening.
W. J. Harlow is having his auto
repaired this week. .
S. I. Rhodes spent Sunday at
J. T. Jones will soon have his
house ready for the plaster.
Some of the farmers have begun
to plow since the rain. .
Five male O. I. C. hogs 3 miles
north and3j miles east of Liberal.
G. S. Erlewine Rt.4.
Let us (lemnnstrntft our Bluebell
Cream Separator at your home.
You will want one if you see it
work. Liberal Hardware Co.
- - 2-10-tf
L. Taylor was in Liberal Tues
day. . Thos. Bowles hauled a load of
corn to Liberal Saturday.
Albert and Ira Perry hauled feed
for their brother Douglas in Okla.
W. H. Bigelow returned from
Plains last Wednesday where he
has been working.
Wilbur Risley and wife spent
Sunday with R. O. Flanders's.
" John Lusk of near Kismet was
here looking after his place, he
stacked some of his feed while here.
Fred Ridenour of St. John Kan
sas and Sanford Taylor of near
Floris were in this neighborhood
Monday looking for land.
The place known as the Milton
Bixler farm has been purchased
by a Mr. Jones of Attics, Kansas
who intends to move here with
his family.. We are glad to know
that the place is to be . improved
and wish that more of the deeded
land would be sold to men who
The neighbors are helping to
quarry and haul rock to build a
new house for Dick Sliger, whose
home burned last Sautrday night.
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
But never follows the . use of
Foley's Honey and Tar, which
checks the cough and expels the
cold. M. Stockwell, Hannibal,
Mo., says: "It beats all the
remedies I ever used. I contract
ed a bad cold and cough and was
threatened with pneumonia. One
bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar
completely cured me." No op
iates, just a reliable household
medicine, for sale by all drug
Farm loans S. W. Smith.
Rural Route 4.
We had good rains Monday and
Mr. McCullough spent Sunday
with bis family on the farm.
W, P. Davis and family made a
trip to Hayne Saturday. .
Joe Neff expects to go away to
work at the carpenter's trade for
Jesse Ponting has just finished
his well which is 232 feet deep
and has 11 feet of water in it.
Bert Hampson is going to drill
a well for Mr. Loomis next week
Mr. Hammontree expects to
bed out six busbels of sweet po
tatoes this spring.
Mrs. W. P. Davis visited Mrs,
W. A. Wright Thursday after
R. J. Sliger was so unfortunate
as to have bis house burned while
the family was away Saturday
night. The house and contents
were a complete loss. The cause
of the fire is unknown.
The little Hammontree boy was
playing around the well drill over
at J. O. Ponting's and caught his
hand in the cogs when they were
raising the tower. The dingers
were badly mangled, but no bones
These nice rains have made the
people feel good and have helped
lots of long faces.
The box supper and pie social
at Blue Bell the night of the lith
was a decided success. We bad a
well filled house, good order and
a nice program, prepared by Mrs.
R. J. Sliger, which was enjoyed
by all. The receipts amounted to
Our school is progressing nicely
under the management of Mrs. R.
There will be a debate at the lit
erary meeting at the school house
Friday evening. Everybody is
Rev. Lathrop will preach at
Blue Bell next Sunday evening.
The prize cakes won at the so
cial by the prettiest girl and the
laziest boy present were awarded
to Miss Amy Bowles and Charlie
George Washington never lied. That's why he
had the confidence of millions, and why we - respect
him to this day and always will.
We do not need to misrepresent our merchandise.
The brands we sell have stood the test of time.
Ask those who have traded with us whether or not
' they like the way we do business.
LIBERAL HARDWARE CO.
Has another car of APPLES the
best ever brought to Liberal
Basement of First National Bank
jj Ware. New Bridal Rose Pattern
Given away absolutely FREE to our
$ customers, on a
fit sharing plan.
A Coupon with
$ Dishes for coupons in any amount f
:: over 80 cents. Ask for the coupon.
; Our prices will always be as low or lower than else
where and our quality as before the very best
NntfiSnor on vnur nart to Ins, ewrvthinor tn anin.
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Take us at our word. Wire or write; us to make good.
We are ready to do it, and a little better.
THE NEW YORK STORE 5!
Poof and Billiard Parlor
Under Citizens State Bank.
DEMOCRAT,. per year
WHERE TO GO
co - operative, pro
every cash sale.
As the evenings grow long