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lots If :If SO: .he Profit? You Should buy Your Flour at the BOLIN HALL MILL where you can buy Best Patent, "Pride of Liberal" $2.10 a 100 2nd Patent, "Lily of the Plains" $2.00 a 100. And Get A GUARANTEE WITH EVERY SACK You do not have to pay the retail dealer a profit, as you get it from us at the wholesale price. We want your trade and if the beat of Flour, Courteous Treatment and a square deal will do it you can rest assured that we are going to get it. We pay the highest cash price for your wheat or will exchange you Flour for the same. Call and be convinced that we are talking FLOUR and PROFIT to YOU. We are always at your service. City Delivery on Monday and Friday of each week. Phone 132 BOLIN HALL MILLING COMPANY Phone 132 J 2 1 " . -' i . n I', Mm mil' ' -; " Additional Locals. August Seidel of ADtelope Val ley had a fine load of cantaloupes in Liberal, Tuesday. A salesman from St. Joe. Mo", was here Monday helping the building committee in selecting the windows for the new Christian church.- Insure with us. . Eight safe and sound companies. Your house may burn down tonight. You will feel a great deal safer with a good combination fire and tornado policy. See Ellsaesserft Henry. Miss Lottie Henline of the county examining board, was in town on account of the special ex amination last week. Miss Alaine Clearman was shop ping in Liberal Saturday. Will jower makes the man, and controls him in character, distinc tion and wealth. Have you the will power to start now and buy property of your own in Liberal? See us for 'snaps.' Ellsaesser & Henry Curtis Goldsmith and family spent Sunday with relatives in the country. Miss Winifred Kelton from the north part of the county was in town Friday and Saturday of last week, taking her teacher's examination. "Everything comes to him who waits on himself." W a i t on yourself today by making a city property purchase. We can show you some real bargains. Ellsaesser & Henry. J. W. Turner came in last week from Manhattan where he had been attending the Agricultural College for the past two years. He is visiting his father out en Route 3 at present. Mrs. C. C. Jones will take care of the Christian church piano while the congregation occupies the city hall, pending the completion of the new structure. For Sale Three-room house, convenient to school. Apply at this office. Russel Smith and Everett Phil ipps of Hugoton attended the ser vice at the old Christian church in Liberal, Sunday.. Fred Eidson moed his family to Hugoton last Saturday. Mrs. Eidson and her sister, Rachel, will be missed in church circles here. Prof. Fullmer and Everett Hig gins of Hayne spent Friday and Saturday in Liberal. For Rent Notice All who are guilty of violating the city ordinance by running au tomobiles after dark without lights will be prosecuted. Failure to have lamps or to have them in working order will not be taken as an excuse after the publication of this notice. J. T. Gray, City Marshall. Mrs. John Sampson and chil dren left Thursday to join Mr. Sampson and the boys in their new home near West Plains, Mo., They have disposed of their resi dence property on North Sherman Avenue. v A house on Sherman Ave. In quire of Mrs. Y. II. Grinstead. Strayed One red heifer calf, weighing about 400 pounds, with ears and tail cut off. One red white faced 2-year old heifer, weighing about TOO pounds with Won right hip, strayed from my pasture, 1 mile east of Lib eral. Feed B. Hullet. 18-8-lltf. Liberal, Kansas H. C, Welch was in town Tues day, and says he has about CO ac res of broomcorn that will go a ton to four acres. The quality of the brush is good, and he also has some Indian corn that will yield close to thirty bushel to the acre. Mrs. C. O. Davis and children, Walter and Mildred, spent Sun day in Liberal and attended the last service in the old Christian church. Mrs. W. L. Jackson and chil dren returned Thursday from a few days' visit with friends in Bucklin. Dressmaking. Wanted Sewing t o do for ladies, misses and children. Ten years' experience in shop and borne sewing. Prices reasonable. At residence one door north of Dr. Knisely's on Prospect Ave. 8-4-4t Mrs- David Curtis. T. B. Moore was at Hooker last week on business. Mrs, V. H. Grinstead left Tues day for a lecture trip through the eastern part of Kansas. Miss Nina Ray is quite ill at her home on West Second St. Miss Eunice Adams is quite ill this week. W. C. Whims of the Economy is back from a buying trip to the eastern markets. Chas. Summers, accompanied by his son, Frank, went to Kansas City the first of the week on business. Mrs. Schnaufer and Miss Christ- man are at the eastern markets this week baying their fall line of millinery. List your land with Gardner & Sbinkle. Bring your butter, eggs, poultry and cream to us and get the cash for them. Liberal Cold Storage Co. 8-5-tf Mrs. Taylor who has been here visiting W. B. Taylor the past week was called home to Texas Tues day by the illness of one of her daughters. J. F. Fuest left on No. 1 Tues day for a business trip. Bob Hall returned the first of the week from an extended trip through the western states. Mrs. Paul Light has returned from Wichita where she was at tending campmeeting. Bring your cream eggs and poultry to the Liberal Creamery. Highest cash market price paid. Eidson Bros., Props., r McWilliams, the auto liveryman of Liberal, was here on Wednes day with O. T. Woods, Paul Funk and John Woodson. They were here for the purpose of buying hogs but found them scarce in this neighborhood. Beaver Republic an. To Whom It May Concern Robert McComas will present his application for a parole to the Prison Board on the 6th day of September, 1911. Communications favoring or pro testing against bis parole will be considered by the Board. J. K. Codding, Warden. Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Kiehn of Plamview with their children leave this week to become mis sionaries in China for the Menno nite Church. Ernest and Eunice Adams went to Hooker to spend Sunday with the home folks, Mrs. Adams ac companying them back for a short visit. Push and get it. Choose now sell later. Delay won't cet you anything. See or write us for bargains in real estate and city property. Ellsaesser & Henry. No. 9 S Kansas Ave. Phone 46 Chas. Taylor purchased his fall line of wall paper from the Max well Paper Co., Monday. The salesman, Mr. Green, says this is the finest line west of Hutchinson, this year. Did you ever stop and figure up how much money you've spent for rent in the past ten years? Try it once, and then think what have you got but receipts. Iben let us figure with you on a home of your own on the payment plan. Ellsaesser & Henry. Call 46. Mrs. G. M. Nix and daughter have returned from a visit at Wichita. Mrs. E. M. Nix is in Topeka quarantined with small pox. . .- Seasonable Hardware If your ice bill seems too high, you will be interested in our Alaska Refrigators. The Blue Victor Lawn Mower is a good investment right now. For The Dairy All of the agricultural experts urge an in crease in dairying in this territory. Get a few cows, a Tubular Cream Separator, and one of our new Bent Wood Churns, either four or six gallon sizes and insure a perman ent income. Scandrett & Fuest Hdw. Mrs. Cordi Brown ot Kansas City is here this week visiting friends and relatives. L. H. Harper, who has been do ing evangelistic work in the east, arrived here Saturday on a short visit, and occupied the pulpit at the Baptist Church Sunday evening. Don't neglect your fire-insur- it t ance. You may lose an in a iew hours. Without tornado insurance you may lose all in an instant. Fire rates three vears 80 cents per $100. Tornado insurance 50 cents per $100. for three years. Phone 5. Land-Thateb Land Co. Will Custer, formerly of Liber al, became a citizen of Meade this week and. will reside in the C, C. Sourbeer house in the south of the city. Meade News. part Southern Missouri farms for sale or trade. Farmer Bros. Liberal Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Elliot of Plains were guests at the home of J. W. Baughman over Sunday. Ervil Wilkins of Hooker spent Sunday with his mother and sister here. Who got you a deal on your farm? Whyl Moore and Falls, of course. E. J. Thayer returned the first of the week from a combined busi ness and pleasure trip to Colorado. Mrs. Thayer and Ed's mother will remain there a few weeks longer. More people, men and women, are suffering from kidney and bladder than ever before, and each year more of them turn for quick relief and permanent benefit to Foley's Kidney Remedy, which has proven itself to be one of the most effective remedies for kidney and bladder ailments, that medical science has devised. Sold by all druggists. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith have returned from a month's visit with friends and relatives at the old home at Pattonsburg, Missouri. Mr. Smith has been seriously ill and the family scarcely expected his recovery, It is indeed a plea sure to his friends to welcome him back to Liberal and to know that he stood the trip so well, even though he was greatly wearied from traveling.