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THURSDAY, FElHlf aIiY 24, 1921
THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hayes returned
Sunday-f roni. a short visit with her
daughter, Mrs.. Verne Wada. Mrs.
Wade returned home with them Sun
day and will remain for a iwo weeks'
visit.
A-marriage license, was Issued to
Harry B Eisminger of Hutchinson
and Miss Golda Dickerson of this
city 'February 19th. Miss Dickerson
is the daughter of Clint Dickerson of
Liberal.
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When your valuables are in your i.juse, or you oarry them about
with you, the-feeling that they may be stolen or lost makes you nerv
i ous and uncomfortable day and night. ' '
You will have peace of mind only when your valuables are in
one of our Saftey Deposit Boxes. You can rent one for $ .,
per year. -
Come in and see them. ...
Peoples State Bank
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You eat more bread than of any other food.
FLOUR be the very best. "
Then let your
The best four costs but a trifle more than the poor kind.
It makes cooking easier and food better, and in.sures the health
and happiness of your whole family.
We do not try to sec how ihi'ap we can sol! flour, but how GOOD
Try OUR GROCERIES.' '
The Eagle Mercantile Co
Phoo 60
STORAGE BATTERY!
Machine - Pasted
Plates maki lonf
battery life '
Your
Battery's Liveliness
SET on a hair trigger, to that when
you just ' touch the button, your
engine starts up -with a rush that's the
action you want from your engine and
battery. That lively action needs Ever
plate in your battery.
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Powerful machines compress the ruj
gedness into the'taachlne-Pasted Plates
that enablejhe TJSL Battery to auttain
its lively action. - .
Our USL Golden Rule SERVICE ex-'
ists to make your battery, whatever its
iake, stay lively as long as possible. ;
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(First published February 24, 1921)
, ORDINANCE NO. 285
ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
, THE ISSUANCE OF IMPROVE
MENT BONDS OF THE CITY OF
LIBERAL, KANSAS, IN THE
SUM OF $6,692.71. TO PAY THE
COSTS AND EXPENSE OF THE
INSTALLING AND EQUIPPING
OF A SYSTEM OF STREET
LIGHTING ON PARTS OF KAN
SAS AVENUE . AND SECOND
STREET IN THE CITY OF LIB
ERAL, KANSAS:
WHEREAS: in pursuance of pro
ceedings duly had and taken accord
ing to law, a contract has been let
for the installing and equipping of a
special system of street' lighting pn
the following described streets and
avenues in and between the bound
aries hereinafter designated; Kansas
Avenue- between Fifth Street on the I
north and Kim Street on the soutn
and Second Street between Grant
Avenue on the west and Pennsylvan
ia Avenue on the east, in the city
of Liberal, Kansas, and the total cost
of said improvement has been ascer
tained .and 'is hereby determined to
be the sum of $9,445.30, and the
amount has been heretofore .duly as
sessed and apportioned to the several
lots and pieces of ground on . such
streets and avenues liable to the pay
ment thereof, according to the front
footage, payable in ten equal annual
installments according to law, and
the amount of said special assess
ments for which bonds are to be is
sued as herein provided, in anticipa
tion of the said special assessments
which remain unpaid has been ascer
tained and is hereby determined to
be the sum of $6,692.71, the differ
ence between the said amounts hav
ing been paid by the property owners
on said Kansas Avenue and Second
Street, whose property has thereby
been discharged from any further
assessments for the cost and expense
of said improvements in the amounts
so .naid, therefore.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAY
OR AND COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF LIBERAL, KANSAS:
. Section I. That the cost of said
Street ' Lighting, after deducting
therefrom the ' assessments hereto
fore paid thereon, shall be paid in
ten equal annual installments, in
stead of levying the entire amount at
one time, the first' installment to be
paid with the taxes for the year 1921
and one installment with the taxes
for each year thereafter uStil the
whole are paid ; and that for such in
stallments there shall be issued im
provement bonds of the City of Lib
eral,' KansaB, and the same are here
by issued in the aggregate sum of
$6,592.71, as hereinafter provided
Tppeka, Kansas; and the City of Lib
eral, is held and firmly bound, and its
faith and credit and all real and per
sonal property in said city are here
by pledged for the prompt payment
of ihe principal sum of . this bond
and the interest thereon at maturity,
This bond is one of a series of
bonds of like date and tenor issued
by said City of Liberal to pay for a
Special System of Street. Lighting
in and for said city under and by
authority and in compliance with the
provisions of the laws of the State
of 'Kansas governing cities of the
Second class, and in compliance with
the provisions of Ordinance No. 257,
duly and legally passed-and adopted
by the Mayor and Council on the 7th
day of June 1920, . ;
And it is further declared and cer
tified that all acts, conditions and
things required to be done and to
exist precedent to the issuance of
jhis bond have been properly done,
and performed and do exist in regu
lar and due form as required by the
Constitution and Laws of the State
of Kansas, and that the total bonded
indebtedness of said city, including
this series of bonds, does not exceed
any constitutional or statutory limi
tations. - '
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, said
city of Liberal, Kansas, by its Mayor
and Council, has caused this bond to4
be signed by its Mayor and attested
by its Clerk, and its corporate seal
to be affixed hereto, and this bond
is to be dated February 1, 1921. '
W. V. GRIFFITH,
Attest: L. L. HOLLAND, - Mayor
City Clerk.
Section V. The Interest coupons
to be attached to said bonds shall be
substantialy in the following form:
INTEREST COUPON
No ,....'.. $
On the first day of February, 1922,
the city of Liberal, Kansas, will pay
the bearer dollars, at the
Fiscal Agency of the State of Kan
sas, being six months' interest on
the Street Lighting Bond dated Feb
ruary 1, 1921.
L .L HOLLAND,
City Clerk.
Section VI. That the Myor and
City Clerk are hereby authorized,
without unnecessary deiay, to pre
pare and execute said bonds, as in
this ordinance provided, and that
when executed said bonds shall be
registered by the City Clerk of Lib
eraU Kansas, and with the Auditor of
the State of Kansas, as required by
law, and shall be by the Mayor of said
city delivered to the contractor con
structing such improvements, pro
vided, however, that said bonds shall
not be sold or delivered to said con-
, tractor at less than their par value
f nnr In a m-pntpr nmnnnt tliAn thft
Section II. Said issue of bonds ! who,e amount due an(, oyfing Km .
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shall consist of nine bonds -in the de
, nomination of $700.00 each and one
g bond on the denomination of $292.71,
said bonds shall be numbered from
' one to ten inclusive. 'all dated Febru-
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g the rate of 5 per cent per annum,
payable February 1st and August 1st
each year, except that the first in
terest coupons on all the bonds shall
be .for one year and shall be dtte and
payable February 1, 1922; said bonds
shall have interest coupons attached
thereto and shall become . due and
payable as follows, to-wit:
Bond No. 1, February 1, 1922, and
one bond maturing each year there
after until all are paid. -
Section III. Said bonds shall be
signed by the Mayor and attested
by the City Clerk of said city, and
shall have, the corporate seal of the
city attached thereto, and the inter
est coupons to said bonds' shall be
signed by the Clerk, provided, how
ever that the signature of the City
Clerk may be lithographed upon said
coupons, and both bonds and cou
pons shall be made payable at the
Fiscal Agency of the State of Kan
sas, in the city of Topeka in said
state.
Section IV. Said bonds shall be
executed, in the form and- contain
, recitals substantially as follows:
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
STATE OF KANSAS
CITY OF LIBERAL
Street Lighting Bond
No. $
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS, That the City of Liberal
in the county of Seward and State of
Kansas, for value received, hereby
acknowledges itself to be- indebted
-and promises to 'pay to the, bearer
the sum of $700.90 in lawful money
of The United States of America, on
the first day om February 1922 with
interest at the rate of five per centJ
per annum, payable semi-annually,
the first day of February, 1922, with
August of each year after date until
the principal sum shall have been
paid, upon the presentation and sur
render" of the 'proper interest - cou
pons hereto attached bearing the lith
ographed signature of the, clerk of
said city,' aa they severally , become
due and both' interest and principal
are payable at the Fiscal 'Agency of
the State of Kansas, in the city of
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der his contract; or, the Mayor and
Council may sell the bonds at not
less than their par value, and out of
the proceeds thereof pay said con-
tractor the amount due him, and that
the Mayor and Council shall annually
make provisions for the payment of
the principal ' and interest on said
monds, as they become due, by levy
ing an assessment and ' tax on the
property liable therefor.
Section VII. This ordinance shall
take effect and be in force from and
after its passage and publication in
the official city- papers.
Passed by the Council February
22, 1921.
Approved by the Mayor February
22, 1921.
.W. V. GRIFFITH,
' Mayor.
(Seal.)
Attest:
L. L. Holland,
City Clerk.
The Democrat has the best equip
ped job office in the Southwest.
When you get ready to have that
next piece of printing done bring it 1 S
here and get the experience and work jl
of a real job printing artist to do the j g
work. Good printing costs no morej
than the bum kind and why not getjg
the best that can be had for , the x a
same amount of money. If you!
haven't the time to come just call !
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it.
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Fifteen new subscribers were
added to the Democrat's ever grow
ing subscription list Saturday. The
new readers all live at Plains and
paid for the paper for one year' in
advance. The Daily Democrat has
more subscribers than any other
daily in the Liberal field, giving its
advertisers more for their money in
nearly every issue of the paper pub
lished. Readers of the Democrat for
a radius of forty miles do their trad
ing with the live wire merchants of
Liberal and the new bunch of subs
added Saturday will be greatly bene-fittel-'
by watching closely.' some of
the really good bargains .the mer
chants are offering the trade through
the columfa of this paper.
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'Miss Jo Randies returned Monday
night from a business trip to Dodge
City. ' ; ' - ; ..
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Everybody Is So Tired
of Old Winter Things
New Spring Fashions
Come Just at the Right Time, .
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Distinctive
New Spring
Suits.
New showing in the Famous
tV 1 T i 11 Al
rainier L,ine, ieaiurea Dy ine
most exclusive stores, in the
big fashion centers.
Ultra fashionable
models typifying ev
ery new mode de
creed for spring. The
smart box effects,'
0
clever ripple and
flare models and the
tailored straight-line
styles . are here in
profusion ut these
prices; of course navy
iblue predominates in
the new materials.
These Charming Suits are
priced from
$225o
to
$87'50
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The
New Coats 1
Are Beauties
Navy and Midnight
Blue are the favorite
standard shades again
this season. Styles,
.treatment and trim
mings are too diversi
fied to attempt dealing.
These New Coats
Priced
$12-50
to "" , . -
$60.oo
Our
Spring
Millinery
" Line is now , almost
complete and new goods
are arriving almost ev
ery day.
The season's newest
shapes are shown for
the first time and an in
vitation is extended you
to visit this department
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