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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
THURSDAY FEBRUARY, 24, 1921 3 thing." Another man said, "I don't believe It "How about patience and perseverance in trying to carry wat er in a sieve 1". "Oh," said the farmer, "that could be done if you'd Just have patience to wait until the water froze." Miss Davis says that she Is going to have to wear tinted glasses be cause Chapter Barr is so brilliant, that she can hardly face the class. On the Latin board, "Sum Pos sum." One of the English students ' coming into the room reads thus: , Some 'Possum. ' Lucille Skinner, who is taking training in voice in Colorado Springs, is progressing well, according to the latest report. Miss Ross: To Earnest Bratteir speaking to Wallet Heaten in study hall: "Did you know that you should remain standing while speaking?" Earnest Bratten: "Well can't we take turn about standing up when speaking to each other?" . Mrs. Molthop visited chapel Fri day morning. A group of students were looking at the new map of Europe In Mr. Wood's room. Orville: "Where's Turkey?" Mildred Cure: "It isn't there, it's all Greece." J Even Miss Henry sometimes gets her Latin and English mixed as when les she answered a question with "Yah." I What time is it at the north pole? S If anyone knows, please tell Frank Ackers. GENERAL NEWS COMMENT. The first "Kicks the Spats" game of the season was played last Wed nesday after school by a number of boys. It gained popularity until a few clothes were torn then interest on the part of the fellow declined. The main feature of the game seems to be "Tea-kettle", which invades action on the part of everyone. Two things are essential to playing the game, one is a controlled temper and some dexterity of movemqnt Miss Davis was greatly surprised Wednesday morning when she learned that her American history class didn't know who "The Widow of Windsor" was. . The cows are in the meadows, The sheep are in the grass: But all of the simple little geese Are in the freshman class. mm, lumiiiu mtiimiiimmiKiii mi 11 irti hiiihiiii mill i m imiii iiiimiiiii i nn w w .11 II II I I 1 . I I I Mil .afc : h T . - - II II I 1 I I i Ends Saturday Feb uary 26th : J 3. ft 1 3: m m ij 3C a ' Er2 I3 . S3 El E3 e- -a 3 Z 3 I S3 CONTAGIOUS. A few weeks ago a lad appeared at school with suspicious expressions I s on his face. He was sent home for I Investigation and re-appeared with tie following excuse: "Dear Miss . We have called upon the doc tor in regard to the boy's face, and he assures us that his various wounds are contagious, as the ailment seems prevalent at this time of year. "Son has a habit of leaving sec tions of his epidermis draped on tho goal posts and grafted upon the floor, and to avoid Infection we have found it necessary, or advisable to use iodine as a temporary substi tute upon his face for the missing cuticle. This accounts for his wierd and ferocious appearance, and I am not surprised that he is an object of suspicion. - "With the end of the basketball season, we hope that his normal ' state of manly beauty will be restor ed. Yours sincerely, HIS DAD. ' Exchange. PUREST ROSEWATER AND GLYCERINE For cluippcri bunds ant! winter weather; Buy it at half price. 50c 2 Bottles 51c REXALL SHAVING POWDER For safety razor users, makes a fine rich lather. 40c 2 for 41c SYMONDS INN PEANUT BUTTER A delicious, pure food product for the table 10-ounce glass jars. 25c 2 for 26c PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO A new popular long filler, popular shape. Get yours while they last. 10c Bags 2 for 11c CANDY COVERED PEANUTS Delicious Peanuts, with the candy coatings, the best ever. $1.00 per lb. 2 for $1.01 HONEY AND CREAM CARAMELS Standard Price One Box 80c . This "Sale Two Boxes OTHER ITEMS ON DISPLAY IN OUR STORE NOT LIST- ED HERE. SEPTONE HAIR TONIC WITH QUININE Made from the original formula of the Im ported Quinine Hair Tonic. Kills Dandruff and . restores natural color. $1.00 per Bottle 2 for $1.01 CASCADE LINEN One pound in a package. We also have en velopes to match. If it is true that the good taste of a person is expressed by the quality of their Stationery, then your taste will be estab lished with your friends. Standard Price This Sale One Pound Two Pounds 65c x 66c MAXIMUM 2-QUART FOUNTAIN SYRINGE This is one of the finest syringes that can be manufactured. The quality is extra fine. This syringe is guaranteed against imperfections in manufacture for one year. Standard Price This Sale One Syringe ' Two Syringes $2.50 $2.51 BALLARDVALE GRAPE JAM The Delicious Spread for Biscuits or Bread. Get yours while they last. ' 50c 2 for 51c BLACK & WHITE CIGARS The National Joy Smike. Come early, it won't last. 10c 2 for 11c SYMONDS INN CHOCOLATE BAE Baking Chocolate fo making Cakes, Fudge and other Dainties. 30c 2 for 31c BOQUET RAMEE COMPLEXION POWDER An Exceptional high grade face powder. Adheres to the skin am! contains the combined perfumes of rose, jasmine, heliotrope and lilac. Standard Price This Sale One Box 5 Two Boxes $1.00 $1.01 GOODFORM HAIR NET This net is of the highest quality and care fully selected. Standard Price This Sale One Net Two Nets 60c 61c C3 These are just a few of the many bargains offered. Some are already sold out. your dollar will go tvvice as far at this sale. Don't wait too long for n I Phom 107 Taylor's Drug and Music Store J 3iIIIHIIIHHiniM JUNIOR HIGH NOTES. We are ready for fire drill, now that the fire gong is up. We didn't have chapel Friday, as the hour of chapel arrived Dr. Day bIbo arrived for health inspection, 10 chapel was omitted. . The different rooms had their val entine boxes Monday. Since valen tines were scarce many gave Her shey bars. These were very popular among the girls and boys. For who doesn't like chocolate? One of the junior high pupils stat ed at noon that if the building 'be gan to shake she was going home. -One of the others spoke up and said, "We are pretty apt to know it If it does." This wind we are having is lifting everything except the quarantine. ',, , The bigger they are the harder they fall. Look out. Lincoln build ing, you're pretty tall. i Twill be the 'eiid "of a' perfect day when you take this sand storm home with you t ostay fifteen days 'of Feb ruary. 1 Dust and dirt are so thick' 6n the students' faces that you can shave it off with a razor. 'We 8-B folks want to know who is sitting directly over us in the room above.- Also their weight and dispo sition. We junion had a treat at chapel Wednesday, when MW Davis spoke. She gave us a very interesting ac count of .her visit to the capital and the boys , reformatory at Topeka. She told as of the work the boys did and their attitude toward it. We Seamed how they lived and how they earned their merits so they could be pardoned. Such interesting talks as Miss Davis' are appreciated. Come again Miss Davis. MRS. NEWBY ENTERTAINS SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS The Loyal Gleaners class of the Christian Sunday school wasdelight fully entertained at the home of Mrs. 1 J. T. Newby Thursday afternoon, where a 'delightful two-course lunch eon 'was served 'after "the 'business meeting of the class was 'over. The rooms were decorated with Valentine and George Washington favors, and center piece of red ear nations added to the beauty of the color scheme. Mrs. Newby was assisted by Mrs. J. B. Miller. The invited guests were . Mesdames C. E. Woods, Chas. Ellsaesser, 'McHogh, Bide Penning ton, J. G. ,Willey, Shumate, M. E. Clark, Eli 'Walker, Otis' Turner, T. A. Tegarden, Scott, Cunningham, J. B. Miller, Clayton Malone, E. S. Irwin- and W. V: Griffith. V SOLDIER NEaVfLORIS ' DIED SATURDAY MORNING . R. N. Still an ex-service man, died this morning at the home of his par ents near Floris, Okla. ' SA. Miller, of the Liberal Under taking company, was called to take charge of 'the body and to "make fu neral arrangements. It is expected that the services will be held Sun day arid the American Legion of this city, of which Mr. Still was a mem ber, will have charge of the services, Mr! Still is a brother 'of Oscar Still of Floris, also a member of the Le gion post. The deceased contracted pneumo nia while in the army. He joined the Legion a short time ago for the ex pressed purpose that he might be giv en a military burial. An obituary will be published later. ''' HAYNES HAPPENINGS. Mr. and Mrs. George Dettmer moved to a farm in the Golden val ley neighborhood one day last week. Mrs. George Dettmer visited with her mother, Mrs. W. G. Harding Friday. Misses Wanie and Winnie Condit spent the week end with their folks. Harry Dodd and family visited at the S. E Dodd home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lils, Ed. Brier, Henry Dettmer and Mrs. Anna Web ber and two children started to Rus sell, Kaa., on a business trip Satur day. They made the trip overland. Oscar Staker and family, Lee Swan and family, Fred Grimsley and fam ily, Charley, Warren and Joe Swan took dinner at 1. H. Swan's Sunday. . Miss Ita Hill visited Dora Dett mer Sunday afternoon. 'Hugh Harding arid famiy, Mrs. Ed. Brier and children, and Henry Ham mondtree and family of. Willowbar, Okla., were Sunday guests at Lester Young's. "Herman Condit returned to his V school across the river Sunday even ing after spending the week-end with home folks. . Miss Clara Pennington visited the Hayne! school Monday. . Mrs'w .G. Harding la in the Lib eral1 hospital With Iblood poisoning in her hand. Her many friends wish her a' speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Dodd and baby were shopping in Liberal "Monday. - Miss Jane Erlewine visited Miss Clara Pennington Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Howard' Pennington and little, daughter,' Cecil, 'called on Mrs. Har Dodd Tuesday afternoon. ' A. r B. Pennington and daughter, Hazel were Liberal visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. McAhren and children visited at Helsels Tuesday. -"Mrs. Ed. -Kellef of Sawyer,1. Ka&V is here visiting her father, S. E. Dodd, and other relatives. Herman Condit took sick at his school Tuesday and his sister, Wan ie is going to substitute for him un til he gets better. Mt. and Mrs. Hugh Harding and children spent Saturday with Mrs. Ed. Brier. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tils, Ed. Brier, Henry Dettmer and Mrs. Anna Web ber and two 'children returned Tues. day evening from their business trip ; to Ruasel, Kas. REV. WOLFE COMMENDS HIS SUCCESSOR HERE. Former Baptist Minister Well Pleas ad With Now Home But Re members Liberal Kindly. ROUTE TWO TYRONE John Harrison and family, Jay Fleming and wife and Alpha Stroup ! an dfamily were Sunda ydinner call-1 ers at the E. A. tSroup' home. ' . j Rev. Holbrook preached a fine j sermon Sunday night and went on out west Monday to finish bis round of quarterlies. . O. P Brookless and family, Claude Carpenter and wife, Vivian Delay and" Dale Williams spent Sunday at John McAlister's. : Elsie Carpenter has been quite sick with tonsilitis. Frank Kimbery bought a fine Jer sey cow of Floyd Hook last week. The coyote hunters have been busy lately hunting coyotes. They caught one in this neighborhood last week but "there are still some left. Dave Ireland and wife spent Mon day at Charley Newman's, O. P. Book less, ' wife ' and two 1 girls called in the afternoon. " . . Several attended the basketball game Thursday between Eureka efai Tyrone teams at our school houne, The' Eureka boys beat Tyrone and the Tyrone ' girls ' beat the Eureka team.- , -. 1 The percentage of oil in - black mustard seed is 16 . .. . ' ' H. ) B. - Smith of Oklahoma City was visiting friends in the city Wed nesday leaving that night for his home.' : ' ' ' . " The Democrat is in receipt of a let ter from Rev. Miles O. Wolfe, for merly Baptist minister here, but now of Fort Scott, Kas., in which he states hat himself, and family are nicely 'cttlcd in their new home and like it very much. ' He says their goods went through without so much as a dish being brok en and that they are already keep ing house. His evening congregation number ed 700 last Sunday, with 504 in Sunday school, one class consisting of 66 young ladies. Rev. Wolfe asks to be remember ed to his friends here and commends Rev. Pennington, his successor most highly. Hes extendsl-bestr-wishes-for his success and the : success Of -4he church, and gives some interesting facts concerning his progress in the ministry; ' Rev.' Pennington- is a graduate of the . Baptist university at Ottawa, Kas., also a graduate of the 'Kansas City Baptist Theological seminary, receiving the degree of A. B. at Ottawa-, and B. D. at the Theological seminary. ! Besides these he holds a Ph. D., degree from school of phil osophy. . Although still a young man he has been in the missionary for many years, beginning the work when a mere lad. He has held successful pastorates in , Bartleavflle, Okla., Bronson, Kas., and lately at the Mt Washington Baptist church at Kan sas City, where he was located for five years. f . :, ") t"'' , ,.' '; Rev. V Pennington is quite well known "in church Circles, was presi dent of; the Kansas. City B. Y. P. U. association last year and is at pres- The Liberal Democrat J. B. MILLER, Owner Published Every Thursday at Liberal uary 6, 1911, at the post office at Liberal, Kansas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Entered as second class matter Jan Seward County, ' Kansas. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SEWARD COUNTY, LIBERAL CITY AND UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. Subscription Price $1.50 Per Year ent a member of the board of man nrers of the Baptist Young People's Union of America. Rev. Wolfe asks his friends here to give Rev. Pent.ington the sami loy al support they gave him aia, feels that he ia in every way deserving. A special session of the' District Court is being held this week, in or-- ider to settle, some civil cases before next week when the regular term will be held and during' which there - are number of criminal eases to he heard. The docket is unusual well filled at this time. ' 1 ' Word has been received here front Rev. Eli Walker that he will leave Tuscon,-' Arizona, Thursday and will arrive in Liberal Friday. Rev. Walk- er has ben in' that country 1 for the past few weeks for a rest and recu perative trip. ' . ' 'The Wallace Bruce Players wBl be at the Majestic threatre next, week with a reportory of new - and 1 good dramas. .The company has played here before and gave satisfaction to the theatregoers. " . ' EltonNeese of Soott City accom- panied the basketball team, to Lib eral Wednesday. Elton was here for sometime and worked at the Peoples ' State Bank '