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J. II. Gentzler was a pleasant caller at this office last Saturday Don't forget the Box Supper to morrow night. Something doing all the time. Come. The box supper and debate at the hall Friday night. Don't for get it. Wanted one hundred boxes at the box supper at the Hall tomor row night. .Girls get busy. Nice musical program, debate and box supper at the hall Friday Mrs. W. A. Wright of the Blue bell district is staying at the home of her uocle, I. N. Pennington, in Liberal . : and taking treatments for rheumatism. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hardin, November 27th, an eight pound girl. Mr. and Mrs. Len Sutton re turned last week from a business trio to Dodge City. " W. L. Jackson, wife and little son spent Sunday with relatives at Hayne. ' i The Needle . Society of the Christian church will hold their bazar in the Stamper building on Saturday, , December 9thi Rev. G. N. Lathrop has just re turned from his circuit which is possibly the longest in this country. The round trip ia about two hun dred miles and on the round be preaches in Kansas, Colorado and Oklahoma. ,' Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Paramore of Liberal were here from Indiana this week to .see Mrs. Paramore's ffrother, C.7 W. Dellinger. Buck iin Banner?"-K v , Rev. J. -tA,i Cornelias arrived from easteru ; Kansas Saturday, where he had. been to attend the funeral of hi father, ; J. W. Riley of Enid, Okla., ar rived in Liberal last week and is looking around with prospects of locating here. Mr. Riley is a re' tired school teacher, and has been in the real estate business in Enid the past three years He has a large acquaintance over the coun try and he expects to write articles about the country for various pa' pers where he is acq uainted, as well as carry some advertising. Mr. Riley has two sons in busi ness. One is chief clerk in the Enid postoffice and the other is census clerk in Washington, D. C, Riley rooms and boards at the Fizer rooming "house, room 4 up stairs. See his ad in this paper, rod go see him. "or sale or trade for Liberal property: 160 acres relinquish ment, level lond, running water. Some improvements, $750. Z room house, 2 lots, fenced, well, windmill and stable. Snap $700.' I lots, dug cave, finished good, Both properties close in. $200. Clear residence " property - in Enid, Oklahoma, to trade for land around Liberal., See J. W. Riley, room 4, Fizer Rooming House. For Sale By the owner twenty-four lots in block five of the .Terwilliger rlrlitinn Will baII rlinun Tn- nnii-ji at t.hft T.ihflml Dflmncriit- ' An Alarm at Night That strikes tSrror to'the entire household is the loud, hoarse and metallic cough of croup. No mis taking it, and fortunate then the lucky parents who keep Foley's Honey andTar Compound on hand. H. W. Cassleman of Canton, New York says, "It is worth its weight in gold.". Our little children are troubled with croup and hoarse ness, and all we give them is Fo ley's Honey and Tar Compound. I always have a bottle of it in the house." " For sale by all druggists. Farm Loans S. W. Smith GO TO THE CITY BAKERY Good Thing to Eat Fresh every day- Apple pies Peach pies Apricot pies Mince pies v Gooseberry pies Chocolate layer ' Cocoanut " Caramel Angel food Jelly (Oil Drop cakes' per dozen Cookies, lemon vanilla, ginger or molasses per dozen ' 10c Bread, per loaf 5c Bread checks 6 for 25c Rolls per dozen ' 10c Doughnuts " " 10c Cinamon Rolls " " 10c Phone 63 Free delivery to al parts of the city starts at 11 a. m and 5 p. m. each 15c " 15c M 15c " 15c " . 15c is " 30c " 30c " " 30c 20c 10c 10c for Rent Furnished rooms for light housekeeping for rent. Inquire of Mrs. Buckland t Sherman Avenue, i Nursing wanted by a woman of general experience. , Phone 28. List of jurors drawn for Decem ber term; Wednesday, Decern ber 13tb, ml,' o'clock A. M. G. W. Wrather T. J. Ruehlen M. A. Groom F. G. Boles E. F. Printz J. Hicks . J. A. Hall O. C. MoCullough V. K. Miller Chas. Thompson D. L. LaV B. F. Monroe A. R. Conrad J. O. Burnett C M. Waters O. M. Woods A. A. Farmer J. Orthl F. E. Lent W. E. Bloom . J. B. Wood J. J. Calvert w " ' ' J. G. Ault R. E. Nix' J. C. Franklin G. C. Carney W. H. Farmer The Bolin Hall Milling Uo. are going to help the housewives combat the high cost of living and to show the best means they are selling tfye Guaranteed Pride of Liberal Flour at a cost that will greatly reduce, the table expenses and those that will call or phone their orders, will save money on their winter's supply of flour by making the purchase now. 10-20tf $100.00 Reward. I will pay the above reward for the arrest anil conviction of any person or persons illegally hand ing, driving off and disposing of or butcheringny of my stock. C M. Light, Liberal, Kansa . ' ,. Strayed Away Sorrel pony, weight about 700 pounds, good order, white face, 4 white feet, black mane and tail had harness on when he left. A iberal reward will be giyen for any information. Address Jake C. Raster, 1-24 2tp Rt2. Lorena, Okla Notice On the order of the Council, the ordinance regarding spitting on sidewalks will be rigidly en orced. J. T. Gray, Marshall. With The Coining of Mid dle Age There is a letting down in the physical forces often shown in painful and andoving kidney and bladder ailments and urinary ir- egularities. Foley Kidney Pills are splendid fegulating medicine at such times. They strengthen the weakened organs. For sale by all druggists. Moore A Falls will insure your property. Standard companies. (r i 1 I i it- mlk I J 50 Ladies Suits at Cut Prices Great opportunity to get an up-to-date suit at very little cost. Prices range as follows: $10.00 Suits ior $7;95 15.00 to $16.50 Suits, $10.75 to $12.50 20.00 to 25.00 Suits, 14.75 to 18.50 The above is just a few to show the reductions. All others will he about the same proportion. John Lahey AUCTIONEER Terras One Per Cent. Satisfaction Guaranteed or -no Pay Liberal, Kansas. J. F. MACY PHOTOGRAPHE JJ LIBERAL. KANSAS. Start a , Home Now and Join the Ranks of the Independents Never has it been easier , to build than right now money is plentiful and , is seeking legitimate channels. And there is no enterprise more worthy than home-building. It opens the purse "strings of the banker quicker than any thing ejse, because it means that you have decided to be come a part of the commun ity in which you live. Thus almost before you start you Grid tha ownership of a home carries a significance. : Start it today -you'll be glad if you do and sorry if you don't. When you're ready to talk lumber we'll be waiting for you, because we have just the lumber you will need, be sides a lot, of, suggestions that ma be helpful to you without any extra charge. Star Lumber Co. NEW LADIES SHOES The newest thing for Ladies and Misses in shoes are our 16 Button High Tan Boots at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. " Misses button shoes in Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Tan We have a very nobby line of Button Patent Leathers for Men KIRKPATRICf CO. JUST SHOES Harwood Items Most of Harwood's young peo ple attended dance at Dick Jack son's Saturday night. There was large, crowd that would have spent a very pleasant evening had it not been ; for a few who had too much booze. Dances around here have been free from drinking for some time, and we hope we will not hear of any more persons taking their jug with .them. Whose Name Is In Your Gloves? SIMMONS? WE SELL THEM! We don't care much (bout namet alone, but when we find one that tlandi lot quality and aervke in any article, it meant Mmethuig to our cuftomert and u. SIMMONS MEANS FINE KID GLOVES . They look well, wear well, and Fit All Hands and All Purses When you want the but, ail ua for f SIMMONS KID GLOVES For these Cold, Fall Dags ALL WOOL KNIT Golf Glooes, Mittens, and the new Aviation Caps for Ladies and Misses FRANK Q. BOLES Dry Goods, Furnishings, Shoes and Notions 1 :3 J. H. Burr went .to Plains Sun day returing Monday. O. G. Johpson came to this .country Tuesday for a few days' visit. He went to Plains Wednes day., i r:t ' 'Joe Simpson threshed in this neighborhood this week and has gone on north with his machine. Mrs, Simpson is boarding with Mrs. E. J. Johnson. -' ' s v Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones were Harwood visitors one day this week. Mrs. Simpson went to Plains Thursday. F. L. Rbiness was a caller at the Johnson home Tuesday. J. B. Patton went to Liberal Friday. General Nursing tMrs, William Wood, Phone 2 8 For Sale A good National Cash Register, go?d as new, with electric attach ments. This is a bargain and will be sold for $150. by Farmer Brothers. Three-room house, convenient to school. Apply at this office. Floyd Davis arrived Saturday from Springfield, Mo.