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TIIE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY. JANUARY 1, 1 )20.
LETTER FROM E. C. PILE San Diego, Cel., Dec. 20, 1919. Editor Democrat: I thought I would write you a few lines for the paper, to let you all know that I had a very pleasant trip to San Diego, Calif., being 52 hours en route. I want to especially thank Mr. "Mitchell, the ticket agent, for speaking to the train conductor and porter in my behalf. . . While transferring from the South ern Pacific depot to the Santa Fe at S That the New Year may bring you jj . . happiness and success is the uvsh of THE LIBERAL TAILORING & CLEANING WORKS S And if we may aid you in being pros- E perous by keeping your clothes neat 55 and clean we invite you to call on us, or phone and we'll call. B Kjean Klothes Klean FONE 2 306 N. Kansas Ave. IIUIIIKIIIIIIIMimiinNmillHIIilltlMniOIIIINIIINIIMinMIIIIIIIMIUOIIIHIIMIIUIIUIimtlllMIIIUIIIIINIllIUIIIIIIIIIMIINIIIIIII. Save Your Shoes! New ones are high in price, but you can save money by having those old ones fixed up. Bring- them to us add see how reasonably we will charge you and how nice we will do the job. Rubber heels for all size shoes. FRED BURKE WEST SECOND STREET Los 'Angeles I got pretty well turned around in my directions ' and have hardly got them straight yet. The worst part of it for me is that the sun comes up every morning in the north. My trip was pleasant on account of the varied sights I saw, especially the stock which interested me most, while I did not see the stock in Ari zona and New Mexico that I thought I would, I saw plenty of horses and mules in El Paso, in fact there were more of them there than all the rest j that I saw on the way. Arriving at San Diego about 6 p. m. I was met by Mr. and Mrs. Russ whom I easily recognized altho it had been nearly eighteen years since I last saw them. I found them enjoy ing the best of health. Last Saturday afternoon I met Ed Belile down town and had a few min utes talk with him. I have taken several trips around the city and country. Yesterday I was out to Camp Kearny, which is seventeen miles from the city and which was one of the largest train ing camps during the war. Return ing from the camp we came back by the Sunnyside Brick & Tile Com pany's plant which until lately was owned by Mr. Russ. Today I was down to see Jim Martin, who is lo cated on a chicken ranch at San Ysidro, which is about a mile from the Mexican border. Jim has a nice place and is doing well with his chick ens. At present he is selling day old chicks as fast as he can hatch them at 20 cents a piece. Jim says he would not live back there again for all of Seward county. Well, I guess I had better bring this to a close. I am feeling fine and sleep about fourteen hours a day. Hoping this will find every one at home as well as usual, I am, Yours truly, E. C. PILE. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gribble spent Christmas with relatives at Texhoma. IHI!!lll!l!!!l!l!ll!ll!lll!!ll!ll!l!iii!;;!li!l!!!ii!l!li!i!l!!!i;i!!i FORD The Universal Car Mary Clark and Myrtle Fritz of Guymon came in Tuesday to visit at the Dubois home. lllllllinillllHIIIIIlllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllNIIIIIIIIIIIIIMtnilllinilllllMIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH W. F. DeVaney and wife of Kan sas City arc here visiting Mrs. Dc Vaney's sister, Mrs. J. N. Maxwell. They are on their way to San Fran- I'cisco, California. PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell some of the best Holstein Cattle ever offered for sale in this country. atmrday, Jam. II 0 Beginning at 2:30 O'clock P. M. Sale to take place where the Old Lampe Barn stood. 17 Head Cows, Heifers & Calves Whether Cotter Pin or Complete Overhaul You can get it in our Sales and Service Station. We are Authorized Ford Dealers. In our stockroom we carry every part that goes into a Ford car or Ford Truck. They're genuine Ford parts too -each made of the same tough, durable Vanadium slcel as its counterpart in the Ford car. Our special Ford repair shop is thoroughly equipped with specially designed tools and up-to-the minute machinery so that repairs, adjustments, or complete overhauls for Ford cars can be handled promptly and efficiently. Our mechanics, who will do the work on your Ford cars, or trucks, understand the Ford mechanism and know the right way to time it up. And for the work you will pay only the reasonable Ford prices. . We arc a part of the liig Ford Family and not only repair Fords but sell them as well. Wc have more than a passing interest in the service we give you. Drive to our garage when your Ford needs repairing. For safety's sake have the Authorized Ford dealer do it. Insist on Genuine Ford Paris The Liberal Auto Supply Co. Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllffl Mrs. Maud Nutt of Kismet was a Liberal visitor the first of the week. Mr nn.l Mr .1 H Humble left Thursday for Missouri where they will visit a short time wun relatives. Mrs. Ralph Summers entertained at one o'clock dinner Sunday the following guests: Mrs. Don Henry and daughter of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Summers, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tucker and son. W. II. Vickeis and daughter, Irene, returned the first of the week from a visit to Wichita. J. S. Miller anil Judge Urinstcad made a business trip to Tyrone Tuesday. SUNSHINE ITEMS Sir Concordia Aaggie Korndyke, No. 192774, one of the best registered bulls in the . state. His mother had a butter record of 23.51 pounds of butterfat per week at 62 months old; and some A. R. O. rec ords of descendants to 32.51. Nudine Edwina Korndyke, No. 316341. A nice cow with calf. Born April 11, 1915, -and has several A. R. 0. descendants. Blanche Frisby Colantha, a fine cow and calf. Has several A. R. O. descendants. One nice heifer calf, born April 15, 1919, " out of Blanche Frisby Colantha. One fine grade 7-year-old cow, heavy with calf by herd bull. " One grade 3-year-old cow, fresh one month, and a fine one. , One grade 7-year-old cow, heavy with calf by herd bull. Two good grade 6-ycar-old cows. One grade 3-year-old cow, fresh last har vest, with calf by herd bull. One grade 2-year-old heifer with calf by herd bull. Three nice red and white hefiers, with calf by herd bull. One grade 2-year-old heifer, and a fine one, with calf by herd bull. One black 8-months-old heifer calf. One black 4-monlhs-old heifer calf. 5 Head of Horses & Mules Two horse mules, 6 and 7 years old, weight 1850 pounds. One bay mare, 8 years old, weight 1000 pounds. One brown mare, 10 years old, weight 1150 pounds. One bay horse, 10 years old, weight 1000 pounds. Two sets of extra good harness. One nearly new disk. A lot of household goods. TERMS WILL BE STATED DAY OF SALE H. N. WITT, Owner Mrs. E.- L. Brown and children from Hordesty, Okla., were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Frisby Sunday and did their Christ mas shopping at Liberal Saturday. A Merry ChrlBtmas and a Happy New Year is the wish of all the Sun shine people to all the readers of the Liberal Democrat. W. O. Mathews was called to Clar inda, Iowa, to see his father, who is in poor health. We are sorry to state that Mrs. C. H. Wade is not improving very fast. Mrs. O. L. Mathews and daughter, Jessie, took Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Roam Jennings and at- at Bunch Grass Sunday. They report they had a good time. Carl Brown of Liberal, Kansas, at tended services at Bunch Grass Sun day. They report they had a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and family took dinner Sunday with Rev. Stout's Sunday. Christmas tree at Eureka was well attended and a good program was rendered. (First publiched December 4, 1919.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Topeka, Kan sas. December 2. 1919. Notice is hereby given that Emma lhompson, of Liberal, Kansas, who, on January 10, 1916, made Addition al homestead entry, Serial No 04252 (012556 D. C), for Lot 4 and SWV NW14, Section 2, Township 32 S., Range 34 W. Cth Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Probate Judge of Seward county, Kansas, at Liberal, Kansas, on the 17th day of January, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: Thomas M. McGehee, of Satanta, Kansas; Winifred Kelton, of Liberal, Kansas; O. D. Rowan, of Moscow, Kansas; Nellie Rowan, of Moscow, Kansas. GEORGE S. ALLEN, 29t5 Register. (First published January 1, 1920.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Topeka, Kansas December 26, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Tom Pinkerton of Arkalon, Kansas, who, on September 17, 1915, made Home stead application, Serial No. 04284, (012749 D. C), for N NWU and N NEU, Section 23, Township 33 S., Range 32 W. Cth Principal Meri dian, has filed notice of intention to make three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Probate Judge of Seward county, Kansas, at Liberal, Kansas, on the 18th day of February, 1920. ' Claimant names as witnesses: Earl E. Hirn. Jess McCoid. George A. Kreel, Floyd W. Heaton, all of Arkalon, Kansas. k vaet Amount of work now remain! to be don which th Int-TTrjatton ot war baa aerxMarily delayed and accumu lated, and the remit ii that very Uw capita) eipeoditurel ought to be made to make up fur Hie tutor rupllona inevitably duo to the war, anil to prepare the rail roads toaervt adequately the increased irallic throughout ti, country. VVAI.KKIt I). II1NKS. Ulrum Crura laif-aadf. Work more Produce more Save more But we can't continue increasing our production unless we continue increasing our railroad facilities. The farms, mines and factories cannot increase their output beyond the capacity of the railroads to haul their products. Railroads are now near the peak of their carrying capacity. Without railroad expansion more en gines, more cars, more tracks, more ter minals there can be little increase in production. But this country of ours is going to keep right on growing and the railroads must grow with it. To command in the investment markets the flow of new capital to expand railroad facilities and so increase production there must be public confidence in the future earning power of railroads. The nation's business can grow only as fast as the railroads grow. fhifr 'admti&anent Ia publislied by tie SlA$ockrforLf8failuay xecuwse&. , Thoee detiring information' concerning the railroad titvi ation may obtain literature by witirig to the Associa tion of Railway" Executitce, 61 Broadway, New York. rV 4. ' 3 BOB DICKERSON, Auctioneer C. E. WOODS, Clerk UEOKUE S. ALLfclN, 33t5 Register.