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wmm ;,;rtlltoy;,iiUiiiri-t'M 11111 - ., v, n . . ' ' ; ,.- - ' - ' . ;v I We have two nice four room. houses close in that we want to sell on easy terms They are priced right and you pay for them JUST UKE, PAYING RENT. BUT IT )S. This.ouiht to interest you. When you make a payment to us on one of these houses you get more than a receipt, you get credit for every cent count Would you like to see these houses. Electric lights, water in the house j. and all conveniences; WE WANT TO MOW YOU Better look today. They may be gone tomorrow. Our autos are always at your service. , ; J Superior Several in this neighborhood are planning to go to the Liberty school house Thursday to hear the program and eat Thanksgiving dinner. Hiram Jarrett killed a coyote Friday. That makes six that he and Mr. Jarrett have killed this winter. Misses Opal and Blanche Jen nison spent Sunday wihh Ona Zink. ., ........... Berry Smith visited Ross Fraim Sunday. - ; The young people of the Su perior neighborhood attended a surprise party at the home of Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Botts, of Arkalon, in honor of their daughter, Mrs. Lee Franklin, who is visiting here. I. N. Zink and wife called at J. A. Jarrett's Sunday.; ' ' ". Harve Norris and family spent Sunday at the home of his parents. L. N. Latamore cut his hand quite badly while heading maize last Monday. - Yergne Harnden and Oren Brees spent Sunday with Ernest Jenni son, W. G. Harnden is hauling maize to the Evans ranch. Opal Davis went to Liboral Tuesday. Services are held at the school house every Sunday morning and evening. Edison's chocolates are deli cious. Try them. Made in Lib eral, tf Buy your goods at the Economy where you get premiums. Your goods cost you no more and your premiums cost you nothing. You can get your millinery at less than one half price at the Economy Dry Goods Company. Hand Painted China We have just received the finest line of China and glassware ever brought to Liberal. Our showing of plain and gold band china from the Turin Potteries is really the best in the west. Blake & Son Fiona Philosophy Maize and kafir topping is not progressing very rapidly this kind of weather. , ' Oscar Wares and wife took a trip to Liberal Friday. The meeting at Floris did not close Sunday as intended ; but was announced ahead two more nights; Mr. and Mrs, Ben Saunderson are the proud parents 'of a baby girl. ; A committee was appointed last Sunday to see about getting up a Christmas program and tree. ; ; E. L. Wilgusbad the misfortune to let one of Ds pigs set away. It was a small black one, weighing about 70 pounds. Any informa tion would be appreciated. Miss Flossie May spent Satur day night and Sunday with Miss Minnie Ausmus.: i; : Large crowds have been attend ing the meetings at Floris. They come from from all directions. Market ' Produce (furnished by Cold Storage Co.) , Hens, over 3i pounds, . . . Hens, under 3i pounds, ; Ducks, F. F. F, lb Geese, F F. F, lb. . ,. .. . Guineas,, each ......... . . , Guinea Squabs, each .V; . Young Turkey 9V fat, Old Roosters per lb. Butter, Packing Stock,. Butter,' fresh roll ?i .", .... Eggs, per dozen Fries Sour Cream Grain No. 2 Hard Wheat, Corn i-.':.,. ...... . Maize, per cwt.. . Kaffir Corn, per cwt Liberal ....05c ..05c ....06c ....06c ....15c. ....25c i...08c i 03c ... 16c ide ...17c . 08clb ....29c ....90c ..-..65c .. ..75c ....75c i Hardware Co. i n t i i. a w ir,v n PHONE 46 ' Drammers Sample Shoes! ;-::;'v,' We have recently purchased from one o? the leading wholesale houses their entire line of drum mer's samples comprising 330 sep arate and distinct styles in men's, women's and children's dress and work shoes. These shoes were purchased at about one half, the regular price and are on sale al corresponding reductions. Never before have the people of Liberal had an opportunity to make such savings. We are pricing these shoesto . you by the pair at LESS then the regular -wholesale; prices to merchants by the dozen. Hundreds have taken advantage of this big bargain sale, if you get yours you'll have to HURRYf as they are going fast. : -. ' ' We wish also to call your atten tion to our regular line, which for solid worth, fitting qualities, up- to date styles and patterns, and best of all, prices cannot be ex celled by any firm, corporation or Catalogue House in the United States. We keep a Sears Roebuck catalogue laying on our settee for the convenience of any skeptical customer who wants to be shown. These are very strong statements but please remember that as a matter of business policy we can not afford to make any statement which we cannot back up with the goods. Come in and make us prove it. BELT, The Shoe Man Greater Value For Less Money 2nd street, 4 doors west of Enter prise Grocery. HAD CHANGED HIS MIND. I 1 ! Jl -4Lf 1 f fill II M m . - .sr si. ii i a in til in ii k aar I j Mr. Benham Tou na4 to ear that ! -7ou would fW jour Uf for me. I' "Well, little boy, did you go to the. ) BDhain Thai wa when I wa sloa rfrmu th other day?" 1 , ami MpeoUx! W 4! aarwT. aCd NkAaWMU2u3 " ARE LIKE SWIMMING GHOSTS :)llvery Flah in the Water Appaai Gray and Unaubetantlal to J . Thalr Fallow. , Lecturing before the Camera club fX London, England, Dr. Francis Ward said that, in an attempt to photograph fish in their natural sur Iroundings he had constructed a pond 'with an observation chamber let in at Ithe tide, below the surface of the .water. Through the window of thia chamber unseen by the fish he could Iwateh and photograph their move jment. He discovered by this means, that the protection of fish when in Itheir : natural state is much more thorough than is generally supposed. ; ; AU silvery fish were in reality mirrors in the water, reflecting tin jtone and color of their surround ings so as to appear to-their fellow rash gray, unsubstantial, swimming ighosts, hardly to be distinguished at all. It was only when . the . dace, (for example, rose to the surface, IcUusing its body to reflect light, that Ithe pike at the bottom of the pond could see and go for it little victim. t.r INSULT TO INJURY.". . Thia is a story ot the Harvard, rGold Coast." Some students who, Jhad either a real, or imaginary igrievance against a taxlcab chauf-! ifeur, boarded his cab and rode all j (evening and part .of the morning, winding : up' in front of-' the hollar They excused themselves to raise money enough, to pay the bill and never came back.'. -The next day the taxlcab company was called up and Ithe manager asked: "Did you have .some Harvard students use jt cab Jail night?" Tee: '"Did they evade the bill r; "Yea?" "Did the chauf. ifeur wait for four hours for them to icome out and pay him f "Yes." And you were never paid f "No," "Well," concluded the voice, Wt 'that too - bad," and the receiver was hung up. j A PRODUCT OF OLD QUNOY. f' Hank Stubbe-Jed ' Martin ' k iruther throwin' out his chest over the fact thet his boy, who Is down jto Noo'York, hex done somethin' TBat. . Bige Miller How so f Hank Stubba Said las' night jdown to the store thet his son hed fcroke the record fur marksmanship mb,' thet he knowed Jonas would dia jtingnish himself some day. Say if I the result uv early trainin'. Bige Miller Whaf s her done so jpeat? : Hank Stubbs Jed says he's writ jhome thet he's shot tr'ry chute on Coney island. ' WIS! TOMMY. Teacher What change takes plaos When water freeze. Tommv nnnocentlv) A chanjr fa price, I gueas. Harper Weekly. i. . TOO THIN. 7s he a thin as I hare heard P Ha' thinner.' 8ar. when he Iried on a double breasted coat ona fcow of buttons wu up hi bacL" fi GETTING ON. . -I "Ye'm. ' Pa wanted to go, kaJ to go with hita." ' M M . (J ,V RY Remember that this will- be one of .... "1 r. f. . 3 ..." . . Santa Claus stopping places. He has been here and he will come back in due time, Try some of bur Kidslhose. The best that can be boughtfor the money. One pair will convince youi Price 15 cents straight,- ,; We also have a line of 25c Burson hose. Try some of .our Candy for. Christmas. In fact we have scmething that will please all Something for fMa, some thirg fcr Pa, Brclhcr Bill end Sister Sue, and something else also for Grand ma and Grandpa, too. We will not try to tell you what we havd got or what we ha veil' t got. Come and see. Next week we will have our Christmas goods on display. Opposite Postoff ice i Electric Crease, Paint and Tar Remover " Will posltlTly rrmoTf 11 Orete.Stln Tr and Pilnt from Lmiln nd Qpntlemeu'srlotli Vas '. A wonderful clcner for Men's clotblnr. fplt tnd paninii hats, cost collars, d raises. 1aceeurllns.'rilbona.le!i. carpets and ran. and other goods. Will make'lhem ioulc like , r ... . new. 1 f , LanreJar 1.00 Small .lar 6ft For sale by all drurM . ' . ' , . Eerrliottle Tirnteed and manufactured j by W. C: Wortben, PratU" Kanna a i The process of manu factoring Pride of Liberal Flour . is primi- : ; tive in its t-implicity. but modern in its cleaDliness and purity, and in additjoo to the visiting public, our .mill, is in complete charge of . Government Inspectors who test the . .quality and character ofth grain used in the manufacture of Pride of Liberal Flour. The above facts are your guarantee of Pure, . Clean; . Wholesome flour, when jou we Pride of Libera,!. 10 20lf .