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D. H. Harrison here. spent Sunday B. F. Ellis of Kansas City, was in town on business the first of the week. " " Mrs. Wm, Lampe went to her father's ranch last Friday to spend a week with her father. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stout of Arkalon, were here the first of the week as guests .of Mr. and Mrs. F.S. Macy. J. A. Black, Dr. A. L. Knisley, and G. A. Quintan are in Wichita taking the Consistory work in the Masonic lodge there. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lafferty and children of WinBeld, Kansas were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Yocum the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. h. C. Yocum en tertained a few friends informally Saturday evening for their guests Mr. and Mrs. Lafferty of Win field. . ' ' A large number of people have been to town since the opening of court here last week. Mrs. A. M. Routh of Hiattville Kansas, is visiting her daughter Mrs. D. D. Land. .It is rumored that Rep. Melvin Wheeler will soon leave for Hutch inson to travel as salesman for a paint company. . W. F. Robinson has moved his family here, and has bought and moved into the Studivant property at 621 Lincoln Ave. Furnished room for rent A pleasant front room, ground floor and nicely furnished Call Mrs. Schnaufer. Phone 152. Monday was a cold and drizzly day, though but little moisture fell. However, it freshened up the gardens and grass around town. A good rain fell northwest of Liberal. Hon, Geo. A. Harmon of-Dallas, Texas was in town the first of the week looking after legal bus iness. He is a member of the Texas legislature and a cousin of Judge Harmon, Governor of Ohio. He is a good democrat and is in terested in the prohibition move ment in Texas and asked a number of questions here about prohibition. Marshall Gray found a box with four dogs In it, back of the Blake IT. 1 i . 1 r -r naraware store Saturday. He took the dogs out and killed them. There is an ordinance which makes the city able to prosecute anyone who brings dogs to town and leave them to be killed and buried at the expense of the city, The city marshal is on the lookout for such .offenders and the next will prob ably be punished. An article on the front page of the Hutchinson News, Monday told of the success of J. W. Baugh man, Chas. Summers, anf D. A. Henry had made in business here, and referred to Liberal as the "end of the rainbow." The town has been receiving some mighty fine advertising in the big daily papers the past week. Mr. W. H. Landis of was in town Monday on Tyrone, busines. E. J. Thayer has returned from Tyrone, where he has been run ning the bank for the past week. E. P. Carter who is one of the oldest settlers in Beaver County was in Liberal Monday on business. J. F. Mc Williams was at Rich field last week, looking after the extension of a mail route from Liberal to Hugoton to Richfield. The extension is ready to be put in operation as soon as the action of the government is reached. J. E. Sponsler of Hutchinson, who was here last week to meet the dry farming special, is active in Hutchinson this week, and is trying to get the Commercial Club there to take a trip through this section of the state. He certainly seems to have left here with a good opinion of the town and surround ing territory. FIGHT CONSUMPTION National Tuberculosis On April 30 Hope Enlist 33,000,000 Communicants Day to An editor away for awhile left his paper in charge of a minister. During his stay in the sanctum the following letter came from a sub scriber: "I know very well I paid you my subscription to your paper the last time I was in town. If 1 get any more such" letters as I re ceived last week I will oome in and maul h 1 out of you." The minister answered: "I have been trying to get that out of the edit or for ten years and if you will come down and maul it out of him then my dear - sir I have twenty members of my congregation I will let you operate upon." Ex Killed by Lightning During the wind and electrical storm Monday afternoon J. S. Morris, residing near Mai lory, was struck and killed by lightning. Mr. Morris was working with a walking lister, when the lightning struck him on the head, passing down his left shoulder and arm. shortly after William Ferguson passing along the road noticed the team standing in the field and something lying on the ground on investigating found the remains. The- lines were wrapped around his shoulders and the team had dragged him about three feet. The deceased leaves several children and a wife from whom he has been seperated several years. The re mains were buried in the Blue: Mound cemetery. Beaver Repub-i Mean. Fob Sale or rent subject to sale a fire room house near high school. " Minnie J. Grinstead April the 30th has been set aside this year as Tuberculosis Day," and will be observed in 200.000 churches in the country in a man ner similar to that of "Tuberculos- sisounaay" in when over 40,000 sermons were preached on the prevention of consumption The National Association for the Study and prevention of Tubercu losis hopes to enlist all of the 33, 000,000 church members in the country in this movement. The National Association is plan ning to gather statistics from thousands of ministers, showing how serious a problem tuberculosis is to every church. These figures will indicate among other things uie numoer or aeaens last year from tuberculosis in church con gregations, and the extent to which clergymen are called upon to min ister to suffers from this disease. It is planned also to issue millions of circulars and pamphlets on the prevention of tuberculosis, both from the national office and from the headquarters of the 450 anti tuberculosis associations who will co-operate in this movement. ii ,1 . Campbell's Varnish Stains are scientifically prepared from soluble colors, combined with the tough est hard gum floor Varnish, in such a way that this Stain works like transparent Lacquer. Nothing like it for use on floors, furniture and interior wood-work. Very durable. Stains and Varnish es at one operation. TAYLOR DRUG CO., sells it. Pick up the newspaper. Read the Tornado News, Ihink of Tornado Insurance. Then think of us. We write all kinds insur ance. Ellsaesser, Woods & Henry. Ite Tounn First published April 8, 1911 Notice to Building Contractors County Jail, Liberal, Kansas. The Board of County Commissioners of Seward County, Kansas will receive tenders from Contractors for the erection and com pletion of a two story brlok Jail uulldinir and snerlff's residence to be erected at Liberal, Seward -roiinty, Kansas, In accordance with plans and specifications furnished by P. H. Weathers, architect, Kansas City, Missouri, under direction, and supervision of said arolil. teoe, and to inolude proper connections of beating pipes, through cement wall of court hound, with healing plant, Hcpllo tank suttlol ent to accomodate said jail and roBldenoe; to remove the old ceils from the jail now In use by Seward county and place the same proper ly within the new Jail building. Each proposal shall be accompanied by a certified oheok In the sum equal to five (ft) percent u m of the said proposal and shall be mado payable to J. V. Kuent, chairman, and shall be held until the bidder to whom the work Is awarded shall enter into and proper ly execute a contraut drawn by the architect and also until the bidder shall have Hied with the board a bond In the sum equaling one hundred (KKI) Percent of the amount of eon trsot price, alter which said certllled chuck shall be returned to the contractor falilntr to enter into a valid and satisfac tory contract and furnishing a irood and ao coptable bond within Ul'teon (15) days after the date of receiving notice of tlio award, this check shall become forfeited to the county of Seward. Btato of Kansas, and tho wholoorsuuh part thereof found nooessary by the Board, shall be appropriated to tho ooiiuty to fully hlomnlly It against loss caused by such default on the part of said contractor. Checks submitted with proposal of unsuc cessful bidders shall be at once returned to the respective makers upon the awarding of this work, All tenders shall bo made out on uniform blanks, a.copy of which, together wllh copy ol plans and specifications, are on file and may bo seen In the otllee of Hie county clerk or Seward county, at Liberal, Kansas, and at theollluesnr tho architect, Kansas City, Mis souri, and Uulhriu, Oklahoma. To be marked 'Tropoaal for County Jail" and shall be Bled with the County Clerk or or before twolvcdU) o'clock noon, tho l.'illi day of May, lull. Tho Hoard of County Commissioners of Se ward oounty, Kansas, horcby reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Pl.hlialied by the order of said Board, Oth day of April, lull. ISeall - the B. 0. Cooper, County Clerk Final Tax Notice First published March 30, lilll. Notice Is hereby given that the following lands and town lots in the county of Seward, and the state of Kansas, were sold for delin quent taxes, on the 1st duy of September, mm siki ii nut redeemed on or uerore the 1st of September, 1911, they will be couveyed to the purchaser, DESCRIPTION AMOUNT Nr. of NV .11-31-32 31 40 K or sit i -Ye-ja NJSW H-ilil-32 SJNEandNW8E21SW NV 22-33-32 INI SW 5-31-33 N'J SK 5-3l-il3 NE 10-35-33 V NE 12-31-34 Ei NIC 12-31-34 8V 29-32-34 TOWN LOTS LI11ERAL CITY BLOCK 24 SI fl 10 10 35 m 83 01 5N 41 35 8 5H 8 58 374 U3 LOT 2.1 20 5 I) 7 8 10 23 24 2 3 7 II 30 8 tf Ii 10 20 17 18 1 2 I 2 4 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 II II II 13 13 15 15 21 21 21 23 23 20 20 41 41 7 AMOUNT I m wt wi 80 Ktl Kit mi 80 mi 811 70 70 70 mi 811 6 31 w 3 01 811 80 1 no l wt B78 I 43 P04 3 mi 1 XI Are You Planning on a Vacation Where Will It Be This Year? There are so many delightful places to choose from it's hard to decide whether it will be West, South, East or North. Toward whatever section your inclinations may lie I suggest you come and see me. Let me help you plan your vacation and save you the an noyance of details incident to the trip. If I haven't all the information at hand I can get it quickly and will advise you promptly. Any way, give me the opportunity to serve you. rinn early. L. C. YOCUM, Agent Liberal, Kansas Liberal R. R. Time Card. EAST BOUND. No. 82, except Sunday, " ... 7;20 a. m No. 4, Limited " ... 7:10a. in No. 2. " . , .ll:20a. m No. 34, " ... 2:Ja. m WEST BOUND. . . . No. 83, except Sunday, " No. 1, - " No. 3, Limited, " No.33 , " " ... 6:00 p. m ... I :45 p. m ... 11:03 p. m " ... l;4a. m L. O. Yocuh, Agent. Col. G. IL Wilmeth Better known as 'Rabbit foot Bill" Town site, commer cial and live stock auctioneer. Write to Uuymon, Oklahoma. , tterald for dates. Cet your dates at this office. 7 ARMSTRONG ADDITION 5 6 1 00 6 A 10 41 (ieorge A. Smith. Count? Treasurer Seward county, Kansas, do hereby certify uiamie aisive ami roregoing Is a true am mrrect I st or all rei eenied lands mul nw lots as itescrliiwl in the lax rolls of Sowar county, hausas, which were sold Senteinlie 5, I ills, for the taxes of 11X17 and the taxes aim interest calculated to September I, lull. itcu. a. f-uiiui. county Treasurer Adjustable Ventilators in Dash. Full Vestibuled Body. Touring Car with Standard Equipment $1100 GUARANTY: Thi is to certify that the E-M-F Company fully warrants and guarantees the automobile covered by this certificate for the period of one full year from the date of original sale by the dealer. This guaranty includes all material and all equipments (tires excepted) used in connection with the construction of such automobile. ANOTHER MASTERPIECE. In announcing the E-M-F "30" Fore-Door, Full Vestibuled Body, Touring Car, the E-M-F Company has given to the public an automobile that in uniformity of body-conformation, grace of line, and distinguished appearance is a triumph of workmanship and the "last word" in combining comfort, utility and eye-pleasing beauty. The Flanders "20" Fore-Door, Five Passenger, Three Speed, Touring Gar $800 Aot S PUBLICATION NOTICE First ntiblishecl A m il 14th Mill The Stale of Kaunas to The Halnt Louis and San Francisco Hal Imad Company, a forolirn cortioratlon. OKKKTINO: You are hereby notllled that you have been sued In an action In the district court In and tor sewara county. In the Slate of Kansas, In which you are defendant and (lall Ross. loriueiiy lum.iacKsoii ispiaiiitnr, and that You must, answer uie petition tiled in sum cause, on or before the 20th dav of Mar. Hill, nr i.l.. alleua lions of said petit ion will lie taken as line aim jiunrnient rendered airalnst you and in luvoror said plaintiff of the following nat ure, to-wit ; decreetnir that you are Indebted to plalntltT In the sum of seven hundred seven- i y seven and w-iui l. 77.40) do in s. win. Imer. est tnereon at tne rale of six oer cent ner aim ii m since the 7th day of March, in 10, on account or your failure to deliver certain personal property which you had received for carrhure as common carrier between k'nnsnu iili.v. Ml. sour I and Custer City, Oklahoma, and also for Injury and damage done by you to certain other iwrsonal property of plaintiff, in transit irom Kansas city, Missouri u Custer City Oklahoma, and also for money received In you for the carrlwte of the said property as aneireu aim which you wroiuaully withhold from the plalntllT. A further Jiulxment will he rendered sustaining the attachment herein levied on certain freight cars belont'liiir to you, to-wit: Freight ear No. 2774H, freight car No. '.tffii? and freight car No. Mlftlu and that the saiu ireiif lit cars will lie sold to satisfy the Judgment rendered In said case. A further imminent will be rendered against you for costs of this suit. Given at Liberal, Kansas this llth day of nyru, r.tii. E. ft. 1RWIV Clerk of the District Court Seward r.nii) County, Kansas B. W. SMITH, Attorney for I'lalntilT. The Sound Sleep of Good Health. Can not be overestimated and any ailment that prevents it is a menace to health. J. L. Southers of Eau Claire, Wis., savs: "I have been unable to sleep soundly nights, because of pains across my back and soreness of my kidneys. My appetite was very poor and my general condition was mucn run down. I have been taking Foley Kidney Pills but a short time and now sleep as sound as a rock, my general condition is much im proved, and I know that Foley Kidney pills have cured me" For Sale by All Druggists. $10,000. To loan on farms during DR. E. F. PELLETTE, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Graduate of the American School of OsUo pathyof Klrksvllle. Mo. 1'OSI. OIIICU Miill,lln Office Phone 257 Re.. Phone 262 Liberal. Kan. 7-2tf C. V. MANATT ATTORNKV-AT'LAW LIBERAL - KANSAS Practice In all Court and Department of Interior. Money to Loan On Oklahoma farms, reasonable rates and prompt inspection H.S.JUDY Otllee with C. V. Manatt, Liberal. Ks. J. F. MACY PHOTOGRAPHER Liberal, Kansas S. W. SMITH ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Office over Citizen. State Bank Bldg. Phone 271, Liberal, Kan. O. W. SAWYER Lawyer Land Cases A Specialty Miller Bldg. Liberal, Ks. Oklahoma License tii Kansas License TTi DAVID CURTIS Embalmer and Funeral Director special Attention Olven to Dlsentermenta and Shlnmenta. I0-2X-I0 R. W. Dickerson Auctioneer Liberal, Kansas References: Democrat office, Liberal, Kans Don't neglect your fire insur ance, lou may lose all in s few hours. Without tornado insurance you may lose all in an instant. Fire rates three year9 80 cents per $100. Tornado insurance 50 cents per $100. for three years. Phone 5. Land-Thater Land Co. TELEPHONE 54 April 1911. tf. H. HOBBLE. Farm'loans. easy terms. S. W. Simth.