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THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. 1921
THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT - . Specials atj Greenberg?s Men's Cotton Sweaters , . . $1.00 Men fs heavy blue work shirts . $1. 00 Leather Vests ...... $8. 75 Men's Worsted Suits . . $2000 Men's Winter Caps . . . Elk Skin Shoes . 75c $350 All Hats 1-2 Price Many other bargains too numerous to mention, tion Invited . Your inspec- GREENBERG'S "The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes m a IMIIIIIIM of the court finding nnd adjudging who were the heirs, devisees or lega tees of the deceased. Q. P. HOLLAND, Sawyer & King, Administrator. Attorneys. w32t4c Potatoes $2-25 Per Hundred We have the Netted Jems, worth 25c per hundred more than any other potato on the market. We have Apples, Flour and All Kinds of Feed We appreciate your business very much for it helps us earn our Bread and Coffee. Vickers Grain & Seed Co. FARMERS AND TRAPPERS We are . still in the market for Hides and Furs. We will pay until further notice, the following prices: For Cow hides :..3c per pound For Skunk hides 75c to 2.00 For Wolf and Badger hides, the market price. ;: , LOCALS AND PERSONALS ' S. T. Stout,' was, in the city Wed nesday, on business. ' ' Dr. Huddleston is recovering from an attack of rheumatism.. Scott Morgan of Hugoton was here nesday. transacting business. ' W. S. oMrgan of Hugoton; was a Liberal visitor Wednesday. J. J. Fisher was in the city Wed nesday transacting business. A. 3, Schmook was over from Mos cow Wednesday on business. C. S. Peck of Tyrone was a Lib eral visitor Wednesday. J. S. Montgomery made a business trip to Texhoma Thursday. Mrs. C. W. Mast was an out of town shopper in the city Wednesday. The right kind of Shoe Work done at the Evans Harness Co. w33tldt3c Henry Waltermeyer of Hugoton was in the city Wednesday on busi ness. Miss Stella Cox returned eWdnes day night from a busines trip to Chi cago. Rev. Olen F. Hunt acompanied the body of Walter Ratlift to Iola Thurs day. H. L. Ginns, a broomcorn buyer, came in today for a short business visit. Mrs. D. C Wood and Mrs Emil Hall were visiting at Tyrone and Hooker Wednesday afternoon. Leo Hall and wife were up from Forgan Wednesday and visited at the Harry Malone home. Mrs. L. W. Stcvcsson will entertain the Presbyterian Missionary Society Friday afternoon. G. G. Fisher was down from Tratt on business Wednesday. Ernest C. Wilson of Richfield was here Wednesday on business. Billy Nichols who had the scarlet fover, was released from quarantine Wednesday. Mrs. Guy Moore is visiting at the home of her father this week. He lives southeast of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Overton of Shattuck, Okla.. are guests of rela tives in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bush are en joying a visit from their daughter, Mrs Myra Stowell of Topeka. Mrs. Carlisle, who was brought to a local hospital from Elkhart, this McKNIGHT & SONS' HIDE r.n w32t2c South Liberal, Kansas week, is reported in a very ser.ous r - condition (First Published January 7, 1921) In the Probate Court of Seward County, Kansas. In the Matter of the Estate of Wil- bert Graham, Deceased. To All Creditors and Others Inter ested in Said Estate: Notice is hereby given that on the 31st day of January, 1921, I intend to make final settlement of my ac counts as administratrix of said es- ing the Masonic banquet tate, in the office of the Probate 1 was grently appreciated. Judge of Seward Countv, Kansas, in. Mrs. Martha Wall arrived Thurs. the court house in said countv: and dav from Lake Charles, Louisiana,! for an extended visit with the family of her brother. P. J. Wail. J. A. Duncan the man who bad his hand hurt in a windmill a few days airo, returned home this morning. H" has been here several days while the i . i t was Doing treated. T. B. Moore, A. T Moore and MacK Haynes went to Dodge City Wed nesday to attend a tractor school for a few days. Lester Young who was operated on at a local hospital three . weeks ago, is able to be out and will soon leave for his home. Miss Fern Crotts played the piano at the Sanford Cafe last night dur- Her music mac at such time, or as soon there. 1 LORENA Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prough and chil dren are here from Colorado visiting Mrs. Prough's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clevenger and friends. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Hague are the proud parents of a fine baby girl to whom they have given the name of Marjorie Marie. Have you been out to the revival? If not, you are missing fine sermons and fine singing. Come. Mildred Dale is out of school on account of sickness. She goes to school in Liberal. W. A. Buchanan, who has been working for Frank Wheeler for the past three months went to his home near Boyd, Okla., Saturday. Mrs. Ralph Hill entertained the members of the Loyalty Class and their teacher at dinner Sunday. There were twenty ate dinner and had a social time. The rain Saturday and Sunday was fine for the wheat. Zita Wheeler is staying with Mrs. C. E. Dale who is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rand moved to Hooker this week to stay a few months. Mrs. M. A. Casady is home for a while. She has been with her daughter Mrs. Henry Lubbers who has been suffering from a bum on her limb which is now healing satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. McDonald and family will leave tonight for Eh, Nevada. Mr. McDonald has accepted a position in a printing office at that place. . Mrs. M. C. Worley and son, Wil liam, returned to Hooker Monday. William has been in a local hospital for the past two weeks, ill with pneumonia. Frank Rospaw, publisher of the Montezuma Press and Copcland News, came in Monday to attend the Southwest Assocation nice'"- "d banquet to be held tnnicht. Dewey Bane was over from Hugo ton Saturday and Sunday, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bane, and other relatives. Rev. Wheat returned to Plains Tuesday, after being in the city a few days holding meetings during th absence of Rev. A. E. Henry. E. T. Alexander of Wichita was in the city Monday transacting business. J. D. Snyder of Floris was in the city Monday transacting business. J. E. Roney returned Tuesday from Pratt, where he had ben on business connected with the Pratt Granite Works. Rev. Barrier is holding a number of services this week liberty school house, north of the city. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend these meetings. I J. C Morgan of Pratt was in the city Tuesday ., . ! Joe Ebeck of Pratt was a Liberal linuinoss visitor Tuesdav. V.. Crimes of Wichita was transact V M I T..Jn.l mir hllsinpss in L.lUtrm iumm. Mr nml Mrs. A. P . Smitn ot rran wi re Lib.-ri-l visitors Tuesday P.'iul Wiseman of Hill Citv Kans., v.m in Liberal business visitor Tues- j (!;. . j EuetMie Rav of Hutchinson was in I ..;.. Tm.olntT lnnVintv nfter busi- ! ,,. R matters. I A" K'n of Surgery, and Ear, Eye, .Too Ferguson came in from Tex-; Note and Throat work dona Hue.. Tex.. Tuesday niirht for a visit , ! -ith relatives. (i. E Lyons who lias been in the ,.itv the ist few (lavs on business, 3 uuwmomuiraiiuiiii g I after us thr same can be heard, an I application will be made for an order 'of the court finding and adjudging j I who were the heirs, devises or lega- I tees of the deceased. II ETTA GRAHAM, I Sawyer King, Administratrix. Si Attorneys. 30w4t Wa jit Column V la l '-I U ,','fi , TAKEN UP About November 1, a bay' mare colt, about S year old. Owner may have same by paying paf ture bill and advertising charges. S. P. Gentzler, 5 miles northwest of Liberal w33t6p,v HOGS For Sale Small and large; a few good gilts, bred for spring deliyery. A number of small shoats. Duroc Jersey stocks W. C. Bryan, 4 miles south and 6 east of Liberal w33tfc WHITE Leghorn Roosters to trade for egs for hatching. T. H. Taylor at Lakeview Dairy, phone 3329. w33t2e HOLSTEIN Cow for sale or trade for kafir butts and some kafir or milo grain. T. H. Taylor, at Lakeview Dairy. Phone 3329. w33t2c FARM WANTED: Wanted to hear from Owner of farm or good land for sale worth the price asked. L. Jones,, Box 651, Olney, His. wtl FOR RENT: three rooms for light house keeping. Apply 406 N. Wash ington w33 dl63 FOR RENT: two light housekeeping rooms. 230 S. Pershing. Phone 54. , w33tlc Will pay highest price for old gold crowns and bridges or artificial teeth. No matter how badly broke" Bring them in. Dr. Beaty's DentV Lib eral, K.-.ns. wt.fc. FOR SALE One hundred a. Tea of row crop consisting of mni-e. 1 : f fir corn and cane, on the dutt'M ,e place, 4 miles west and 7 N'oith of Liberal. Inquire of the owner J.. T. Willis. wl4tfc. FOR SALE OR TRADE Avery 12x25 tractor In good running shape, for a Ford Truck or cattle. J. W. Lewis, Phone 7Y, Tyrone, Okla. wlGtfp. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the Craig Lumber com--pan, kindly call and settle with J. N. Maxwell, at the L. D. Weidensaul office over the People's State Bank. d54tfc. LOST Black Fur Glove. Finder return to Democrat office. w28tfc FOR SALE Fresh young cow, grade Holstein; giving better than four gallons of milk per day. Gentle. Inquire W. H. Feather. dltw33tlp AUCTION SALFS with fco year! experience as an auctioneer and want -4 to work. Write r see m:- Rock Is land Barber Shop. W. It. Compton, Liberal, Kansas. w26tf LOST Punch bowl loaned by Mrs. T. J. McDarmott. Anyone having any ! information please call 140. w30t4c The Levi Hospital 206 North Sherman "LIGHT'S BEST" USUAL, KANS. "Beats All The Rest" Try a Sack Light Grain & Milling Co. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS The regular teachers' examination will be held at the court house Friday -iu Saturday, January 28 and Ceginning at 8 o'clock. 29. r j NABISCO A nice ruin Ml in this part of the .country the last of the week. Quite a bit of thunder and lightning ac companied the rain which was some j thing unusual for January. Wm' Schrada received a message the first of the week stating th:it his , aged mother had died following a short illness of pneumonia. We ex tend sympathy to Mr. Schrada W. A. Lowry and family were Sun day igiiests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mitts. Miss Irene Martin spent last Wed nesday night at the Southern home. Attendance at Sunday school wns I email In.) C.,J.... It. U : .. gloomy day. (First Published January 20, l'J21) NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR In the Probate Court of Seward County, Kansas. In the Matter of the Estate of Par vin Holland and Matilda M. Hol land, deceased. To All Creditors and Others Inter ested in said Estates: ture home. We regretted very much to see them leave but wish them well in their new home. Mrs. E. T. Plunk and sons,. Her-1 Ptt .Tribune. bert and Clifton and daughter, Launa W. B. Lowe and Mr. in ni ry Arthur G. Daniels, county commis sioner of the third district of Bea ver county, was a Liberal visitor Thursday. Zack Sharpe, who has been a guest ,,f't Tuesday for at the J. B Craig home the past few days, left Friday for his home in Ok-: Mrs. Henry Wessler returned to, Dalhart Friday, after attending the funeral of Mrs. T. G. HuhbaH, vt:".-h was held here Friday. R. II Cvanford vas over f' " !.'-' C'lton Mi nday on 'nisi.ip-- The Fastern Sl-tr m.'t M nda; night in regular session. ! Harold Sutton will room with Robert Levi at Lawrence, this semes- i tor; Mr. Sutton left the first of the j week for K. U. where he will com-' plete his medical course. Robert Levi is also a medical student. n.i. . 1 . ? .1 f Ol T 1. .1....A ! 1 no rignt Kinii oi ome ovu uunc ... ,v ,, ,.,,,, for Los Angeles, California, wheie n me cvans ri.rne v,o. wjn spen(, the remainder of the Mr and Mrs. Merle Resell of Mos- an(, fnm there she wfl, g0 to cow are here visiting at the home of bpfore returning home. Lloyd Dunlap. Mrg Booth of Tyrone is reCover- Mrs. W. F. Yarherry and Miss Nor- ,ng it,,.. from a ret.ent op U1 eration at a local hospital. ,eft; Wednesday and registered at the CIarence LucamanaKer of Light's elevator , and Mr Anderson of Hope well, Kans., were in the city Monday Dodge Citv T,-s T.. O Hood of near Tyrone was operated on at a local hospital Tuesday She is getting along nicely. W. J Shocton of Bucklin was in the citv Tuesday atendinc the meeting f the Southwest Association and the 1 nnuet Tuesday nicrht i T B Porter. R L Smith and Orville I - Cunningham of Hugoton were in the I Jr, t . W. HuddleStOIl ity TuesdaUa-Bttend I the Southwest pny.ician in ch Libara, Hoipital Association and wresting match I PHONES a. r. wcuaniei expecis io iev , Homa ,7q. nm.a ... .,., - MORROW HOSPITAL TliirU St. and Kansas Ave. UEERAL, KANSAS .. M. MORROW, Physician and Surgeon B. II. DAY, Specialist Kye. liar. Nose and Throat tomorrow for Liberal, where he is employed on the new Methodist church being built there. It will be perhaps four months, he says, before j the building will be completed. , Daily Tribune. Miss Launah-Meyers left Monday Will Do General Practice Mr. and Mrs. Lee Leverton c..i. j e . . Hotel Nflntorn while in the citv. I nisi oniuruay ior cik Hty, UKia, ---. where they expect to make their fu- Mrs- b- rel'ette, who has been ucie lur sume iime visiting ner par- transacting business nnH Tnesdnv en ts iur. ana Mrs. j. s. ureen, has i returned to her home in Liberal. t..,j d .,., vrra v. j -W. S Hood returned to Meade Tues day night to. help in moving a big and Mrs. U. Notice is hereby given that on the 22nd day of February, 1921, I intend to make final settlement of my ac counts as administrator of said es tates, in the office of the Probate Judge of Seward County, Kansas, in the court house in said county; and that at that time, or as soon there after as the same can be heard, an ' Mrs. H. M. Forbes came down application will be made for an order from Arkalon Mojiday on business. were Sunday dinner guests at the E. S. Martin home A marriage license was issued to W. J. Still and Stella Williams, both of Hooker, on January 18th. , Miss Edna Weaver, who has been a guest of the Misses Cure for the past few days, returned to her home at Guymon Monday. ,Mrs. Randies of Elkhart, was a vis itor in the city Saturday. J. Warren were up from Tyrone Wed' nesday night. The gentlemen came to attend the Masonic meeting and ban tiuet. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilkins, who have have been visiting here for some time will leave-tonight for their home house that the: Banes force has ben on for the past few davs Miss Donna Wilson left Tuesday for an extended visit in Vn- Worth and Dallas, Texas. I. N. Pennington made a business trip to Satanta Saturday. Miss Nell Humphrey of Beaver was Dr. J. W. Messersmith Physician and Surgeon Calls Answered Day or Night Office in Miller Building Pratt Granite Workg 3. E. RONEY, Proprietor Shops Located la . Pratt and 12 E. Third St., Liberal, Kans. Dr. Vera L. Young - CHIROPRACTOR Dl a.i Office Miller Bid?. Phones: Res. 2171; Office 218 LIBERAL, KANSAS in Loveland, Colorado. Their grand-! a Liberal visitor Sunday. daughter, Miss Lovetta Humble will Dr. M. H. Levi made a profession return With them for an' extended nl trip to Plains Sunday afternoon. visit. Mrs. Quillan was over from Hugo ton Saturday afternoon. Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hague, Sunday, January 23rd, a girl. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Strum Strickland, a boy, on January 17th. F. O. RINDOM INSURANCE Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Plate Glass, Automobile both citv and country risks. Court House, Office of County Attorney. Phone 196 Agent Liberal Building & Loan Jasper Bogue of Dalhart was in Liberal on business Monday. The probate judge reports only five weddings so far this month. He is wondering if everyone has sworn off getting married.