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We had a mighty fine shower
last Monday. '
Attorney McCoy is in Wichita
this week on business.
Miss Nellie Nutz of Ft. Scott is
visiting Mrs. E. J. Thayer.
The electric light bonds were
defeated at Dodge last week.
B. A. Fay of Monticello, Mo.
was in town this week on business.
' The rumor that the express
office will be moved up town seems
to be afloat sgain.
Attorney Manatt is in Kansas
City and Topeka this week on legal
The musical concert to be given
by the Presbyterian church will
be held March 1, 1911.
Clarence Hibbs, a former fore
man of the J. E. George ranch,
visited here this week. .
Mr. Jacob Clausen came in Wed
nesday from Westport, Ark. and
may decide to remain permanently.
1-10 down and 110 per month,
that s tne way iney are sbihijk
town lots at Ellsaesser, Woods &
Mr. and Mrs. P. A.. Craig , re
turned the first of the week from
a five weeks' visit in Excelsior
Spnng9, Pleasant Hill and Kansas
Mrs. C. B. Collins of Stratford.
Texas, formerly of Pleasant Hill,
Mo., was here this week getting a
location for an exclusive milinery
store. She is an old friend of
Mrs. J. N. Maxwell of this city.
Mr James N. Maxwell left Mon
day morning for Cleveland, Mo.,
to attend the funeral of his father
who died lately at Long Beach,
California. The body will be in-
. terred at the old home in Cleve
C. N. Watson and family will
leave the first of the week for
Spearville where they will make
their future home. He has bought
a store at Bellefount, but will live
in Spearville on account of the bet
ter schools at that point.
On the 14th of February, at
5 p. m., Luther Williams took un
to himself a charming Valentine
in the person of Harriett McNew,
"Sweet Sixteen", both from Lo-
rena, Oklo., Rev. Paramore offi
ciating. May they live long and
Most men have a hobby; you
know mine snaps in town lots,
28 mllps northwest of Liberal.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Briscoe took
Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
L. G. Vandeveer.
Herschel Murphy and family
returned on Wednesday of last
week. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy
have been visiting with relatives
and friends near Latham, Kansas.
W. E. Ogborn ond family and
O. K. Pearce and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
We had a nice shower Monday
Quite a number from this vicin
ity attended literary at the Seger
school house last Saturday night.
J. W. Ray, Ether Frye, P. H.
and Lenard Day were all business
visitors in Liberal last week.
Directory of Liberal Churches
The churches listed below will
hold services, at their respective
places of worship, each Lord's Day
Bible School .... i ..... 9:45 a.1 m.
Preaching '..H m.
Young Peoples' Meeting 6:30 p.m.
Preaching.'.... 7:30 p. m.
Prayer Service Thurs., 7:30 p. m.
Special Services as indicated in
the following schedule
. On West Second Street,
Teachers' Meeting, Tues. 8 p. m.
Choir Practice, Frid., -8 pi m.
W. H.M. S. Ist ;and3rd Wed
nesdays in each month "2 p.( m.
Morning theme "How We May
Be Set at Liberty"
Special music at the evening ser
vice. A cordial invitation is extended
L. H. Haepee, Pastor
Corner Kansas Ave; and 4th St.
Communion and Sermon . . 11 a. m.
Teachers' Training class each Fri
day .8 p. m
Meeting of the Ladies' Missionary
society the first Wednesday in
each month ..3 p. m.
All, and especially 'strangers
and visitors in the city, are cor
t dially invited to enjoy these
services with os.
"Whosoever will may come."
J. A. Cornelius, Minister
Ladies' Aid on Thursday of each
alternate week (beginning De
cember 15th) .......2p.m.
Your presence will be appreci
ated. C W. Kellooo, Pastor
Class Meeting .12:00 m.
Teachers' Training Class,
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Choir Practice, Friday 8:00 p. m
Official Board Meeting
1st Monday in month 7:30 p. m.
W. F. M. S., first Thursday
in month, 3 p. m.
W. H. M. S., third Thursday
in month, 3 p. m.
This is a home-like church, and
exists for your benefit. Cornel
- L. R. Hoff, Pastor.
Gold and silver faced house
numbers for,sale at from six to
twenty cents each.
C. E. Stinson.
Green Valley Greeting.
A fine shower of rain fell here
Mrs. Barksdale visited Mrs.
Rev. Paramore filled his regular
appointment here Sunday evening.
Mr, Russel has had a severe at
tack of the grippe the past two
Iseral Palmer and wife visited at
the home of Grant Shafford last
Tom Willis and family spent
Sunday with Mr. Bay's
- Jacob Orth has built an addition
to bis house, urant ohafford was
Charlie Wallace who is working
at Guymon spent Saturday and
Sunday at home.
Starting right is half of life's
work. Buv a town lot of L saes-
ser, Woods & Henry, and it will
start you on the road to fortune.
Speedy Relief from Kidney
I had an acute " attack of
Bright's disease with inflamation
of the kidneys and bladder, and
dizziness." says Mrs. Cora Thorp,
Jackson, Mich. 'A bottle of
Boleys Kidney Remedy over
come the attack, reduced the in-
namation, took away the pain
and made the bladder action nor
mal. 1 wish everyone could know
of this wonderful remedy."
Foley Kidney Pills are a reliable
remedy for backache, rheumatism
and urinary irregularities. They
are tonic in action, quick In results
and afford a prompt relief from
all kidney disorders. For sale .by
A gray mare, weight about 900
pounds. Owner may have same
by proving property and paying
cost of feed and this advertiement.
Call at my farm 4 miles southwest
of Liberal. . Earl Galusha
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Jack For Sale. '
1 black jack good size, 7 years
old. Is a good breeder. Might
trade for other live stock. Inquire
of D. M. Haynes, 11 miles north
and 3 miles west of Liberal, Kan
& .. .
Spend a most delightful half hour In our store,
examining this wonderful sewing machine.
The Free is as "different"
from every other sewing machine as your wash machine
is different from your wash board, and simply because
it is ''superior."
Mr. William C Free, president of the Free Sew
ing Machine Co. spent the best years of his life laboring
to produce in The FREE Sewing Machine, a machine
which would possess all the good points of every other
machine, which would eliminate all the bad points of
every other machine, and which would possess some
15 special Improvements.
He Succeeded! .
Here are a few of the improvements
' which will arouse your enthusiasm:
The "Rotoscillo" Movement, Mr: Free's Invention.
The Eight Sets of Bail-Bearings.
The Beautiful French Leg Design, which does not show dust
The Automatic Shuttle Ejector. - .
The Automatic Locking Drawers.
The Rotary Spool Pin, which never breaks a thread.
The Automatic Tension Release, which never breaks a needle.
The Needle which can't be put in wrong.
The Improved Head Latch.
The FREE Sewing Machine is Ihsnred!
For five years against Breakage, Wear, Fire, Tornado, Lightning and Water!
f This means that if from any such cause any part, (a needle, belt, attachment, etc;,)
or all the machine is destroyed it will be replaced free to you.
The Free Sewing Machine Company is the only company which
has enough faith in their machine to dare "insure" it
Attachments, which go with The FREE are the best and do beautiful work.
We are Exclusive Agents for Th,e FREE.
COME AND SEE, IT '
Blake & Son Mdwv Go.
See Brewer & Sutton for paint
ing, paper hanging and decorating,
We sell wall paper, paint and
picture frames made to order.
2nd door west otf ostoffice.
We had a fine rain in this vicin
ity the first of the week.
Messers Cain and Wier were at
the county seat Saturday.
Luther Ellis was in Liberal 'one
day last week after coal. k-l '
Willis Jones and Charles Faw-
cett were trading in Liberal last
O. L. Cain bought some feed on
the Hitch ranch last week.
Mr. Davis is building a large
barn on his fine farm.
Ed and Dane Scott were in Lib
eral last Saturday.
Mr. Boyd hauled a load of feed
from the Terwilliger ranch one
day last week.
Hay - Gutridge was in Libeaal
C. T. Barker has returned to
Kiberal to work after a few days
visit with relatives.
We, of this neighbor hood
have done some good worg straw-
mg the roads the past few days
and there is more to be done.
Mr. Steeley is reported as get
ting along fine since going to the
resort springs in Missouri.
Don't neglect your fire insur
ance. You may lose all 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
5. Land-Thateb Land Co.
$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.
C. M. Light, :
30 head of calves. 20 yearlings.
C. A. Grimsley,
Kt. 4, Liberal.
A well equipped stock ranch in
Stevens County, - '
C. L. Q&iosbt, Woodsdile. '
Several new Mid-winter styles for both men and women
now on exhibition
Pictures Going. Those holding cards are ad
vised to choose soon, first come first served.
Notice to Farmers and Feeders.
We are prepared to furnish you with any amount
or kinds of feed, hay, and grain andassure you
our prices will meet with your' satisfaction.
Write or phone us and satisfy yourself.
ASK FOR PRICES ON HIDES
, LIBERAL KANSAS