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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2 192!
: THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
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TRADE YOUR OLD TIRES,
FOR EW ONES
-
We mean just that.. No matter how
badly your tires are worn, maybe
they can be cut up, and used for
patches, and we. will pay you what
they are Worth.
In these days, economy is the watch-"
word. It is necessary to think twice
. before you spend and make sure
you are getting the mbst value for
your money.
In the natter of tires, we can help
you. If you want your tires vulcan
ized, we have an expert vulcanizer
who guarantees his work.
Make it a habit to drive around
every few days and have your tires
and your storage battery inspected. ,
It won't cost you anything, and it '
might save, you some money.
Liberal Oil & Supply Co.
J .A. Meyer J. A. Woods
(Between Hotels) .
(First published February 10, 1921)
ROAD NOTICE :
State of Kansas, Seward County,
T MAY CONCERN:
County, as.
TO WHOM r
TAKE NOTICE, That a legal peti
tion signed by E. M. Schneider and
other householders of Liberal Town
ship, in said County,- has been pre
sented to the Board of County Com
missioners, praying for the location
of a section line road, as f ollowsr tor
wit: Beginning at the northwest cor
ner of section 15-35-33. thence south
on the section line a distance of ap
proximately of one mile, and end
ing at the state line, heretofore laid
out.
And that said Board, acting as
viewers, who will meet at the noint
pf beginning of said proposed road
on the 25th day of February, 1921,
and proceed to view said road, as the
law directs, at which time and place
ill persons interested may attend and
have a hearing. In case said viewers
fail to meet on the day designated
they may meet the following day, as
provided by law, without further no
tice. -
WITNESS my hand and the offi
cial seal of said County, this 8th day
February, 1921.
(seal) Abe k. stoufer.
85t3 County Clerk.
The little town of New Ulysses in
Grant county has been incorporated
and a report of the first meeting of
the town council published last week
announces the salary pf the mayor
as being one dollar a year, the city
treasurer, one dollar a year, street
commissioned one dollar a day for
the actual time spent in the service
of the city, city marshal five dollars
a month, and the city clerk a like
amount Not so bad for present
times, is it?
Harvester Company
Brands Story False
DURING tlw past month, reports have come to us that at farmers' meetings
charges have been made, sometimes directly and sometimes indirectly, that
this Company has adopted a policy of refusing to supply repair parts for old machines
in order to compel the purchase of new ones. This statement is absolutely false.
, Such a policy has never been considered by this Company nor suggested to it
Ordinarily we ignore such reports, because we have learned that any large
company, no matter how fair and high principled, is subject at all times to unjust
criticism. The facts are this Company has always recognized the importance of
repair service and has used every effort to make IHC service the best We believe
we can truthf uHy say that the repair service furnished wherever this Company's
goods are sold is equal if not superior to that furnished on any manufactured line.
We call attention to the fact that machinery "Fix-up Weeks," instead of being
something new and originated by the farmers in 1921, as some seem to think,
were really an outgrowth of the movement started by manufacturers and dealers' '
associations in connection with the Council of National Defense as a war con-
' servation measure. Perhaps no other- agency has done so much to promote
"National Repair Wfeeks" as this Company.
The farmer needs machines which will be efficient and economical. If his old
. machines can be repaired so as to render efficient and economical service, he
would be foolish to purchase new ones. Whether the farmer utilizes and repairs
his old machines or buys new ones is a question for him to determine. But in
making his decision, we give to every farmer who owns any IHC machines the
assurance that a full stock of repair parts will always be provided by this
Company.
; Today, our repair stocks on the territory available for the farmers'are 21 per
: cent greater than ever before at this time of the year.- An average of a quarter
million pounds of repairs are shipped from IHC factories for every working
day in the year. Thirty million dollars' worth of repair parts are now ready, as
insurance for the farmer when he needs this service.
In every International Harvester Works manufacturing orders call for repair
, parts first and even when furnishing them has meant cutting down production
of new machines for which we had orders, repairs have always had preference.
' ArWery one of our 91 branch houses trained men are on duty to see that all
orders are filled and shipped promptly. Thousands of dealers scattered every
where with an assortment of repairs in stock are always ready and willing to
- render every assistance. - '
This service which this Company has rendered through the years to those who
have purchased its machines has been a matter of great pride to the Company,
and is the foundation of the cordial good-will existing between it and its customers.
We feel it is due the Company and those who have purchased its machines
that we give the widest publicity to the fact that this service of repairs will be
maintained and improved, and that any charges to the contrary are untrue.
International Harvester Company
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(First published February. 10, 1921)
ROAD NOTICE
State of Kansas, Seward County, as.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :
TAKE NOTICE That legal peti
tion signed by Earl E. Him and other
householders of Fargo Township, in
said County, "has been presented to
the Board of County Commissioners.
praying for the location of a township.
road, as follows, viz: Beginning at the
northwest corner of section 13-82-33
thence south on 'section line 8 miles,
thence east three miles on section
line, thence south one mile, thence
southwest through the east half and
southwest quarter of section five, 83
32 to about the center of the north
west quarter of section 8, thence
south one-half mile, thence southwest
to about center of northeast quarter
of 18, thence west one-fourth mile,
thence south one-fourth mile to cen
ter of section 18, thence west one
fourth mile, thence south one mile,
thence east one-fourth mile, thence
south one-half mile to north line of
section 30; thence West on section
line one-half mile, to north line of
section 80; thence, west on section
line one-half mile,' thence south on
section line one mile and ending at
the county road, heretofore laid out
And that said Board, acting as
viewers, who will meet at the point
of beginning of .said proposed road
on the 25th day of February, 1921,
and proceed to view saidYoad, as the
law directs, at which time and place
: 11 persons interested may attend and
have, a hearing. In case said viewers
fail to meet on the day designated,
they may. meet the following day, as
provided by law, without further no
tice. ,
WITNESS my hand, and the offi
cial seal of said County, this 8th day
February, 1921.
(SEAL) ABE K. STOUFER.
35t3 . . . .County Clerk.
(First Published February 8, 1921)
N NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Topeka, Kansas, Jan
uary 27, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that William
P. York, of Liberal, Kansas, who, on
December 13, 1916, made additional
homestead entry serial No. 04578 and
014014 D. D. for NH SW section
1, township 85 S, range 81W 6th
principal meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make final.three year
proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Probate
Judge of Seward County, Kansas, at
Liberal, Kansas, on the 19th day of
March, 1921.
Claimant nams as witnesses: Perry
Coleman of Liberal, Kansas, John
Schlehofer of Liberal, Kansal, Beeres
E. Wright of Liberal, Kansas, Ezra
Thrasher of Kismet, Kansas.
GEORGE S. ALLEN,
84t5c ' .Register
(First published February 10, 1921)
ROAD NOTICE
YourBahkAc
count at 50
will depend on what
you save at 20, 30, and
40. Finance your fu
ture by depositing reg
ularly witii. '
Citizens State Bank
. -
Liberal, Kansas
Depositors Protected .bv the Bank Depositors
Guarantee Law of the State of Kansas
State of Kansas, Seward County, ss.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
TAKE NOTICE, That a legal peti
tion signed by EH Parker and other
householders of Liberal Township, in
said County, has been presented t
the Board of County Commissioners,
praying for the location of a section
line road, as follows, viz: Beginning
at the northeast corner of section 8-34-34,
thence two miles west on sec
tion line, and ending at the Stevens
county line
And that said Board, acting as
viewers, who will mee$ at; the point I
of beginning of said proposed roa'l
on the 2Gth day of February, 1921,1
and proceed to view said road, as thu j
law directs, at which time and place
all persons interested may attend and ,
have a hearing. In case tiaid viewer:-, !
fail to m'cet on the day designated. j
they may meet the following day, as
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tice.
WITNESS my hand and the offi
cial seal of said County, this 8th day
reoruary, ivzi.
ORAL) ABE K. STOUFER.
35t3 , County Clerk.
(First published February 10, 1921)
ROAD NOTICE
State of Kansas, Seward County, ss.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
TAKE NOTICE, That a legal peti
tion signed by E. D. Kelly and other
holders of Liberal Township, in said
County, has been presented to the
uoara or county Commissioners,
praying for the location of a section
line road, as follows, viz: Beginning
at the northwest corner of section 86-83-34,
thence south two miles to the
southwest corner of section 1-84-84,
thence east four miles and ending at
no auuineasc corner or section 4-84
33 x
And that said Board, acting as
viewers, who Will meet at the Dolnt
of beginning: of said proposed road
on the 25th day of February. 1921.
and proceed to new said road, as the
low directs, at which time and mace
all perrons interested may attend and
have a hearing. In cane said viewers
fail to meet on the day designated,
they may meet the following day, as
provided by. law. without further no
tice.
WITNESS my hand and the offi
cial seal or said County, this 8th day
reoruary,
'SEAL) ABE K. STOUFER.
35t3 County Clerk.
Mrs. D. C. Bane entertained at
three course dinner Saturday even
ing for Misses ' Ola Brooks, Josie
Walker and Katie Lou Martin. The
table, was prettily - decorated ,with
George Washington favors and Mrs.
Bane was assisted by her daughter.
Miss Agnes.
,
R. T. Hasran of Graft. Colorado.
was in the Cjity Monday looking after
(First published February 10, 1921)
ROAD NOTICE .
State of Kansas,Sewar.d County, ss.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
TAKE NOTICE, That a legal peti
tion signed by Ross Fraim and other
.householders of Liberal Township, in
said County, has been presented to
the Board of County Commissioners,
praying for the location of a section
line road, as follows, viz: Beginning
at the southeast corner of section 85-83-33,
thence west on the section line
a distance of three miles, and ending
at the county road.
And that said Board, acting as
viewers, who will meet at he point
of beginning of said proposed road
on the 25th day of February, 1121,
and proceed to view said road, as the
law directs, at which time ancLruace
all persons interested may attend and
have a hearing. In case said viewers
fail to meet on the day designated,
they may meet the following day, as
provided by law, without further no
tice. WITNESS my handand the offi
cial seal of said County, this 8th day
February, 1921.
(SEAL) ABE K. STOUFER.
S6t3 County Clerk.
(First published February 10, 1921)
In The Probata Court of Seward
County, Kansas.
In the matter of the Estate of
Wilbert Graham, Deceased, '
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
OF ADMINISTRATRIX
To all creditors and others interested
in said estate: .
Notice is hereby gipen that on the
10th day of March, 1921, 1 intend
to make final settlement of my ac
counts as administratrix of said es
state, in the office of the Probata
Judge of Seward County, Kansas, In
the court house in said county; and
that at such time or as soon thereafter
as the same can 'be heard, an appli-
catio will be made for an order of the
court finding and adjudging who
were "the heirs, devisees or legatees
of the deceased.
ETTA GRAHAM, Administratrix
Sawyer & King, Attorneys. 4tw
The Annex Cbfe is being painted
on the exterior and looks very much
improved. . .
Leonard, the two-year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Banks, was taken
home Saturday from a local hospital
where he had been for the past two
weeks on account of a broken limb. '
The many friends are glad to hear
that he is fully recovered.
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W. II. Brown who has been with
the Wiley Drug Company for some
time, returned Saturday from a short
visit with relatives in Tulsa, and Ok
lahoma City. He will go to Elk
hart this week where he has bought
n half interest in the drug store
there. ,
The recent snow , will put the
ground in excellent shape for early
spring plowing, and the farmer will
find favorable conditions for -the
planting of his spring crop. It is
claimed' by some farmers in this
county thpt there is enough moisture
in the ground now without more la
ter on for the farmer to complete his
spring work. The labor problem ap
pears to be about solved so far as the
farmer is concerned. The trend of
labor to the agricultural sections of
the country make it possible for him
to get all the help he needs at a rea
sonable cost. Implement dealers in
Liberal report many farmers mak
ing purchases of farm implements
early in order to begin their spring
work as soon as the weather permits.
J
Fred Burke,- proprietor of the
Burke Shoe Shop on West Second
street, has recently installed, a new
Landis finishing machine of the la
test model. Mr. Burke claims for
this machine that is really makes
them look as good as new. He now
has one of the best equipped shops in
the southwestern part of Kansas.
J. E. Freeman returned today from
Paola, where he was called by the .
sudden death of a sister. Mr. Free
man had been back in Liberal but a
few days after having attended the
funeral of his mother when the sad
news arrived telling of the death'of
his sister. His mnny friends here re-
W.' H. Davis of Grcensburg was a I gret to hear of his misfortune and ex
a business visitor in the city Monday, fend kindly sympathy.
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