TAJCE MEDICINE SERIOUSLY Yes, take medicine seriously. Don't forget the important fact that when you are sick your body
linn t needs help and you should have the medicine that will afford you that particular help. No one can
tell you better than your doctor. He is the man to see. He is the one who will tell you exactly what you need. When you take medicine according to your Doctors
directions, you get results. Kesults depend upon pure drugs of high quality and strength, compounded in a scientific manner. That is what you get when you trade
at our store. That is our business. We follow your doctors orders. We use only pure strength drugs. .
HUBBARD'S DRUG STORE, "WHERE THE BEST IS SERVED"
"Queen Quality'shoes have Prestige. What is .
Prestige? Many years of continuous advertising
over a million dollars spent on memorizing two
words a hug wave of Public favor a mighty
volume of appreciation absolute certainty
guaranteed security KNOWN WORTH.
Is not this what you require in shoes?
We lead in Fancy Groc
eries as well as Staple
When you want something extra fine
Phone or call on the
CENTRAL GROCERY CO.
We Handle Flour And
We have a supply of fresh vegetables and berries
arriving every morning by express
Give us a call. ' We solicit a share of your patronage
Delivery made all over the city
108 1-2 W. Second St.
For Bargains in Land Write to
Gardner & Shinklc, Liberal, Kans.
28 miles northwest of Liberal.
Mr. and Mrs. Day took dinner
last Sunday with J. W. Kay and
Walter Ogborn and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Chas. Rand and Thomas Sefton
went to Liberal last Monday.
Mrs. Wm Lampe of Liberal is
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Ridenour, this week.
R. T. Day and C. D. Day were
business visitors in Liberal the
latter part of last week.
Mrs. Myrtle Davis visited with
Mrs. CD. Day on Thursday of
E. J. Hoy t . and Esther Frye
were business visitors at Hugo ton
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Diehl
spent a few days on their daughter
Ethel's place down the river.
George Bailey came in from
Meade, Kansas, last Saturday for
a few days visit with relatives.
The Ethelton base ball team in
tend to play the Ulyses team
next Saturday out 9 or 10 miles
west of Ethelton.
John and Leonard Day took
dinner last Sunday with their
brother P. H. Day and family.
When you want a good job
of painting, call R. O. rhurman at
the broom factory.
Beatrice (Okla.) Items.
The weather has been a little cool
er the past few days.
We had a fine shower Mondav
Listlnir corn is the order of the
V. B. and D., Harlow and W. J.
Harlow and wife spent Saturday ev
ening with W. T. Potter and wife.
A baseball team has been organized
at Beatrice. Quite a crowd attended
the game last Saturday afternoon.
F. B. Potter is having a well drilled
on the John Glanli place. B. G. Brown
of Floris Is doing the work.
The Sunday School at Bethel is
Rev. Gibson of Liberal preachel a
very interesting sermon at Bethel
Rev. Edward Cook of Meade. Kan
sas spent Saturday night at J. .
W. T. Pottef" listed corn "for hi
father, F. B. Potter, Tuesday.
A. E. Stephenson made a trip to
Liberal Tuesday. t
Elvira Meredith Is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Roy See, In Liberal this
Liberal School News
This Is examination week again.
All pupils that have been out of
school Will be expected to pass the'
same test as those that have been in
school all the time. If pupils are
kept at home It is important that
they keep up their work.
Miss Thompson was sick Monday
and not able to teach.
The Cross children are In school
again after their siege of scarlet fever.
Lee Gilbert has been quite sick
with pneumonia the past few days.
The seventh and eighth grades are
beginning to plan their picnic to the
Cimarron. The same grades went
Last Saturday the grade ball team
went to Tyrone expecting to play a
team of boys, but found that most of
them were men and had played on
first teams. Nevertheless the boys
tackled them and came out only two
scores behind. The score being 15 to
17. Our boys were a little too light
to win. Melyin Miller in the box,
with John Crothers behind the bat,
was able to strike out quite a num
ber. Roy Nix threw, from the tiekl
and cut off a run at home. John
Crothers made a home run when all
bases were full bringing in four
scores. Virch Harrison got two
three-base hits and Victor Miller one.
Hugh Funk played the game on third,
Other boys in the game were: Buch
anan, Sutton. McCamant and Pearce.
The same teams will play here this
Saturday. Come out and see a good
Chas. Dunlap, Clara Childears and
Emma White are new pupils' In the
High School Normal Review Course.
The pupils of the schools marched
to the Agricultural train last Friday
morning and listened to lectures in
the various cars. All seemed to en
Joy the trip except the teachers. The
pupils, however, were somewhat d is
sapolnted. They had expected to see
samples of farm products.
1,1 I . . I
This is the time of the year
when everyone should look
to the comfort of the home.
We have nice rockers, book
cases, writing desks, sofas
nd many other beautiful
pieces of furniture which
will add comfort to the home
.and be appreciated by the
entire family. ' . x
Let Us Show Them to You.
. I I i i
W, H. FEATHER
Liberal - - -. - Kansas
Good results always follow the
use of Foley Kidney Pills. They
give prompt relief in all cases of
kidney and bladder trouble. Try
them. Sold by all druggists.
Rural Route No. 4. j
Bluebell school closed last Friday.
The patrons of the school drooped in
at noon with boxes, dlshpans and
washtubs full of dinner, and surprised
our teacher, Mrs. Sliger. After din
ner all listened to an interesting anil
well rendered program which lasted
all afternoon. The teacher deserves
great credit for the teaching and
training she lias given the children
this winter. We had several visitors
from other districts, and out mail
carrier, Johnny Thlerer arrived at
the school house just in time for din
Miss Alpha Davis Is in Liberal tak
ing the teachers' normal training
course in the high school.
Henry Ponting finished planting
ills corn last week.
Mrs. Wilburn Rl..ley is on the sick
list this week.
Jesse Ponting Is listing In his corn
Joe Neff took in the Dry Farming
lectures at Liberal last Friday. ,
Mrs. Jesse Ponting, Mrs. Sarah Rlz
zley and Gladys Wright took dinner
with Mrs. Henry Hammontree Sun
day. There will be singing at Bluebell
school house every Sunday afternoon
at three o'clock.
Report of Bluebell School
Our last month of school closed Frl
day which will long be rembered by
patrons, scholars and teacher.
With their characteristic kindheart
ed thoughtfulness the patrons plan
ned a surprise dinner for the teacher,
and.it was such a complete success
that niey almost saw the children in
costume for their Mother Goose exer
else. We were rehearsing our pro
erwn when a knock was heard at the
door and people began to pour in.
Not even the tiniest tot in the hrst
grade had ever given out the, least
hint of their intentions.
The pupils were dismissed at once,
and masterful hands made and set
tables fit for a king. The teacher had
to "Go 'way back and sit down."
In the afternoon the children ren
dered an interesting program, begin
ning with their open-air drill. Mrs.
Davis who had thoughtfully provided
a camera took their pictures. Then
all were seated and recitations, songs,
tableaux and dialogues occupied the
next two hours. The Brownie drill
caused much laughter and was appre-
lated by all.
Before closing the patrons tendered
their thanks to teacher and pupils
for a successful term of school and
the director and treasurer in a well
worded address offered to hire the
teacher for the coming year.
Each pupil in school passed the tinal
examination and not one fell below
85 In their general average.
Those perfect in attendance this
mohth were: Burton Neff, Oscar and
Walter Hammontree, Bertie, Harry
and Claude Davis, Clifford Wright
and Loretta Shellenberger.
Others not tardy were Grace Ham
montree, Alva and Elva McCullough,
Elijah and Gladys Wright and Wilda
In conclusion we will say there Is
no better school In Seward county
than the Bluebell school and we trust
the district will always retain the
good name which It has won througli
the united effort of patrons and pu
pils. For without the combined ef
fort of these three agencies no school
can be a success.
Visitors from the schools of Misses
Alpha Davis, Amy Bowlesand Lottie
Henline and Mr. R. O. Flanders par
took of our feast and enjoyed the
program. We only needed our county
superintendent's pleasant face' to com
plete such a happy gathering.
Mas. R. J. Sligeb, teacher.
This is the time to plant your
garden. Of course good seed
is the first requisite.
We have a complete line of fresh
seeds for your spring garden
Enterprise Mercantile Company
VON PROSKY'S BAND of Meade will give a Concert
and Entertainment at the Hall in Liberal on
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 27
Doors open at 7:30, concert begins at 8:15
Admission 50 cents, Children 25 cents
The program will include Band Music Violin Solos,
Cornet Solos, Piano solos and Duetts, Vocal Solos
A Genuine Musical Festival
By the Best Musicians in the Southwest, Especially
Trained for the Occasion
The Big Entertainment of the Season
All lovers of good music should be in attendance
There will also be music by the Meade H. S. Orchestra
PROF. VON PROSKY, Director
Conductor Helped Back to
Mr. Wilford Adams is his name,
and he writes: "I was confined
to my bed with chronic rheumatism
and used two bottles of Foleys Kid
ney Remedy with good effect.
The third bottle put me on my
feet and I resumed work as conduc
tor in the Lexington, Ky., Street
'Railroad. It will do all you claim
in cases of rheumatism." It clears
the blood of uric acid.
1 have just traded for a good
Stallion and Jack which will make
the season at my ranch.. I Will
have come bills printed soon.
E. C. PILE.
Bring your butter, eggs, poultry
and hides to us and get the cash
for them. Liberal Cold Storage
Go see, write or hello Ellsaesscr
Woods & Henry they will tell
you about Liberal Town Lots.
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