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THE LIBERALITE
VOL. I
LIBERAL, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 18, 1921
NUMBERS
PnblLhaa by th Journalism CUu Of
Liberal High School
Managing Editor....Willard Harnden
Assistant Manager.. ......Marlin Kelly
Associate Editors:
1. Class, T. J. Smith, Jr., '21.
2. Athletic, Donald Zimmerman,
' '22.
8. Assemblies, Harriet Boles, '21
4. Organization, Mildred Cure,
'22.
6. Special, Conine Ackers, '21
.. 0. General, Vergil Rennick, '22.
her fifth hour geometry class art like
the weather, rather dusty.
Alice Nichols is very anxious to
get back to school. She says she
can't come back for at least two
weeks.
Marjorie Butcher, a former L. H.
S. student, will return to Liberal in
a couple of weeks, she has been at
tending the Elkhart H. S.
Liberal High school is becoming a
vsritahtA tioA hivA nf InHuntrv. Dav
and night the various wheels whir
and hum, and education rolls out on
great masses.
Lessons are being mastered; the
youthful dramatists and comedians
are studying their parts in "The Rus
tic Rome"; young Carousoes and
Homers are conquering the treacher
ous strains on the operetta, "Bulbul"
numerpua clubs are being organized
and glee clubs are being driven over
time under full steam; basketball
teams are practising steadily; the
student faculty advisqry board is
grappling with questions of concern
, to all of us; the annual staff is cre
ating immortals every day; at night
the orchestra produces never-to-eb-forgotten
strains; parties 'are being
planned and accepted as the case ma
be; on every side, pulses the life tha:
makes school interesting and absorb
ing. Let each member of the school and
faculty exert himself to keep these ac
tivities going. It is the life of the
school and it's well worth your time
and energy.
Now, altogether, PUSH I
SENIOR SCRIBBLES.
The senior and sophomore girls
throw their challenge to the other
class-women to a basketball game in
the near future.
We, the undersigned, wish to ex
press our appreciatipn for the sur
prise given us on Monday morning
February 14, by the faculty.
"Seniors."
"Juniors"
"Sophomores"
"Freshmen"
Many and varied are the experi
ences that befall the boys of the B.
B. team on their trip last week. Ask
TTnnV Vnmnn TTtll nr Anv'nf thorn
for particulars.
Cot Mahoney says he feels old
ana aecrepit. his may iriena at
Podge City ran off from him, poor
Cot! And he used to be such a
promising lad, too.
If we haven't a president amongst
the seniors we are sure of a new
physics professor. Leo Ackers
taught the third hour physics .class
Wednesday, He proved to be a reg
ular shark at electricity Paul Bar
rier taught the first hour class with
good results.
A new senior, Gladys Thomas
from Palmyra, Mo. enrolled Thurs
day. Some of the normal training girls
are taking special pictures of differ
. ent classes, for the annual..
A "shocking incident," occurred in
physics class. After recitation the
students formed a circuit and obtain
ed the full benefit of a small static
machine.
JUNIOR NEWS. -Frank
Highland has earned a new
nickname. It seems that by numer
ous experiences while on a basket
ball trip, he has become known as
"Rastus". For further information
inquire of Coach Wood.
Clifford Sawyer has been absent
this week on account of illness.
Winifred and Mildred furnish
. plenty of excitement in sixth hour
English class. They try to see which
one can cough the loudest
The English six class is debating
on their opinions about Macbeth;
whether Macbeth or his wife con
ceived the ' idea of murdering Dun
can, and whether Banquo did not tell
Duncan of his danger from lack of
proof or from purely selfish inter
ests. '
Hank is not the only one who earn
' ed a new nick-name. While at Hug
ton last Friday, Winifred earned
the name of "Blonde High-Pockets."
, SOPHOMORE NEWS.
Elizabeth Hubbard is out of
. school because of sickness. '
Mildred Headrick is absent from
school. . '
" Donald Brown is moving to Great
Bend, where he will attend school.
. He will be greatly missed here.
Mildred Longwell was absent on
Tuesday, on account of illness.
., Miss Pittman: "Now, class, you
may write about birds, plants, or
juadropeds."
.. J. P.! "May we write about ani-
FRESHMAN NEWS.
Vera Harnden was absent from
school Monday and Tuesday.
Lawrence Harness was absent' on
Tuesday and-Wednesday because of
F. 0. RINDOM
INSURANCE
Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Plate
Glass, Automobile both city
and country risks.
Court House; Office of County
Attorney. Phone 190
Agent Liberal Building & Loan
MORROW HOSPITAL
Third St. nnd Kansas Ave.
LIBERAL, KANSAS
A. M. MORROW,
Physician and Surgeon
B. H. DAY, Specialist
Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat
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Big Stock Redxiction Sale
Our entire stock of Chinaware, Glassware, Hosiery, Dry Goods, Work Clothing, Notions, Aluminumware,
Graniteware, in fact everything in stock, except Shoes and Rawlcigh Products, will be thrown into a big stock re
duction sale beginning .
Saturday, February 26th
Continuing Until Saturday, March 12
, The Leader Variety Store inangurates the Big Sale to raise money. The goods must go and the prices we have
made will sell them. This is your opportunity to supply your needs at muney-sdving prices. We can mention but a
small number of the many items going in this sale. Come in and see the goods and note the extremely low prices
all over the store. Read these prices, they will give you an idea of the god values we have for you.
Dr. Vera L. Young
CHIROPRACTOR
Ptlmr School Graduate
Office Miller Bldg.
Phones: Res. 2171; Office 218
LIBERAL. KANSAS
The Levi Hospital
208 North Sherman
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Not and Throat work don -
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Effective with the
publication of this an
nouncement, Willarci
Batteries will be sold on
a new and materially
lower price level.
The same Willard
quality backed by the
same authorized Wil
lard Service.
Liberal Battery
Station
WEST SECOND STREET '
Batteries
Dish Pans, $1.30 . . .$1.05
Dish Pans, ,$3.00 .$2.40
Dish Pans, $1.25 :.' ....$1.00
Dish Pans, $1.75 $1.40
Butter Bowls, 60c .. . . 40
2-Gallon Churns, $4.65 ........... 3.70
Strainer Bucket, $1.90 .......... . .$1.52
Water Bucket, $1.25 $1.00
Water Bucket, $1.75 . . .c .$1.40
Water Bucket, $1.50 . . . . .$1.20
Patent Clothes Lines, $1.00 1.00
GRANITEWARE
Stew Pans, 90c . .70
Stew Pans, 70c 50
Stew Pans, 75c 60
Stew Pans, 85c 65
Stew Pans, $1.00 85
Tea Kettles, $2.00 1.60
Tea vKettles, $1.50 1.20
Double Boilers, $1.50 1.20
Coffee Pots, $1.25 1.00
Coffee Pots, $1.00 .85
Coffee Pots, 40c .20
Kettle, $1.50 ....1.20
Stew Pans, 40c . . . : .30
Stew Pans, 60c . .45
Granite Buckets, $1.00 .80
Slop Jars, $1.60 ...1.40
ALUMINUM 20-YEAR WEAR.
Kettle, $3.25 I...... . 2.60
Kettle, $3.00 2.40
Stew Pan, $1.50 1.20
Stew Pan, $2.00 1.60
Kettle, $1.75 1.40
Boiling Pot, $2.50 2.00
Double Boilers, $3.00 . 2.40
Stew Pans, $2.25 1.80
Stew Pans, 75c 60
Dippers, 30c .20
Tea Pots, $3.00 2.40
Hot Water Bottles, $3.00 2.40
TINWARE.
Measure -Gallon, 60c . . . . . . .50
Measure, 1 -Gallon, 50c .40
Measure, 1 -Quart, 25c ............ .15
Dipper, 30c 20
Strainers, 40c 30
Cake Pans, 30c .20
Culenders, 35c .25
Lanterns, $2.00 . . 1.50
Funnels, 35c .25
Oil Cans, 25c .20
Clothes Lines, 60c .45
Curry Combs, 25c ...... 20
Mail Boxes, 30c . .25
Feather Duster, 40c .............. .30
..Sieves, 40c .30
Butcher Knives, 50c .40
Table Spoons, 60c .50
Tea Spoons, 25c .20
Aluminum Tea Spoons, 40c . . . . . . .
Shopping Bag, 10 ............... .
CHINAWARE.
Gold Band Dinner Plates, $2.98. . . .
Gold Band Dinner Plates, $2.25 . ; . .
Gold Band Dinner Plates, $2.10 . . . ;
Pie Plates, $1.50 .......
Cups and Saucers, $2.80
Cups and Saucers, $2.70
,
.30
.05
2.40
1.70
1.60
1.20
2.25
2.20
Cups and Saucers, $1.75 .......... . 1.40
Cream and' Sugar Bowl, $1.90
Fruit Dishes, $1.10
Oatmeal Dishes, $1.80
Bowls, 90c ......................
Bowls, 75c
Bowls, 50c
Soup Plates, 25c
Toureen Dishes, $1.00 '.
Meat Plates, $2.25
Meat Plates, $1.63
Meat Plates, $1.00
Drinking Glasses, 60c
Drinking Glasses, $1.00 '. .
Drinking Glasses, 85c
Pitchers, 85c
Pitchers, 60c . , .
Pitchers, 95c
Water Set, $1.95 V.
Water Set, $2.?5
Goblets, Glasses, $1.00
Glassware, 40c value .......... .
Berry Sets, 2.00
HAND PAINTED WARE.
Cups and Saucers, $7.00 . .
Cups and Saucers, $4.75
Creamer and Sugar, $4.00
Cake Plates, $2.00
Tea Set, $3.00
Nut Set, $3.00
Pie Plates, $4.00, now
Celery Dish, $3.00, now ...........
Salad Dishes, $3.60
Bon-Bon Dish, $2.00 value . . . . . . . .
Salad Dressing Dishes; $1.50 . .
Turkish Towels, 48c
Barber Towels, 22c ;
Huck Towels, 50c
Wash Rags, 15
Ladies' Comfy yCut Unionsuits, 85c,
Ladies' Vests, 30c, now
Men's Unionsuits, $2.75
Men's Overalls, $3.50
Men's Work Shirts, $1.98
Men's Handkerchiefs
Men's Leather Mittens, $1.75 . .'. .
Men's Leather Mittens, $1.50 . . . v .
8-oz. Canton Flannel Gloves, pair .
12-oz. Canton Flannel Gloves, 2 pair
Men's Jersey Gloves, pair
Handv Basket Frame, 50c
Rake Handles, 30c
Fork Handles, 45c
Croquet Sets, $3.50 . .y. ..........
Fire Shovels
ONE-HALF OFF ON ALL DOLLS.
GAMES, TOYS, 25 PER CENT OFF.
Men's Ties, $2.00 values
Menfs Scarf, $2.75 values . . . .... . .
Men's Collar Box, $2.80 values V." . . .
Mirrors, $3.50
Suit Cases, $2.70 ..................
Suit Cases, $1.50 .................
SuitCases, $1.25
Rubber Boots
All Rubber Overshoes .
Toilet Soap, 3 bars. . . . ; . . . . .
Jack Rabbit Soap, per bar . .
Apron, $2.00
Candy, per pound, . . ... . . . .25c to
jianKeis
Brooms, 50c
1.50
.90
1.25
.75
.60
.40
.15
.80
1.80
1.30
.80
.45
.80
.65
.65
.45
.80
1.60
1.80
.80
.30
1.60
5.60
3.80
3.20
1.60
2.40
2.40
3.20
2.40
2.90
1.60
1.20
.30
.1&
.40
.10
.50
.25
1.75
2.00
1.00
.10
1.25
1.00
.20
.25
.20
.40
.25
.30
2.80
.05
1.00
2.20
2.20
2.80
2.15
1.20
1.00
3.48
2;98
.25
.15
1.60
.40
3.60
.40
The Leader
BIDE PENNINGTON, Prop.
Variety
Store
3
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West Second Street
Liberal, Kansas
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