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THURSDAY; FEBRUARY 241921
THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
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HEARS FROM SOLDIER
r ' AFTER THREE YEARS
Mil Mary Saaley Who Sent Latter
In Package During War Heart
' ' From Recipient
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Delivered to Us
Monday and Tuesday
Februajty 28 and March 1st
And will pay the f6llowing prices:
Hens and pullets ............... 19c
"Springs, all sizes . . 12c
Old Cox ..... .10c
Turkeys, young . . . ... ... : . . . .25c
'Turkeys, old . . . . ..... . . ....... ,23c
Ducks .... i .................. . 15c
Geese ....... . . . ...... . . .... . .10c
Don't forget these prices prevail
only on these two days.
Liberal Produce Co.
First Door West of Carson House
Phone 344
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Eli Risley of Plains was in the city
on .business Saturday.
J. W. Timberlake of - Plains was
a Liberal visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney ' Capps. of
Tyrone were Liberal shoppers Mon
day. C. A. Taggart of Plains was in the
city Saturday for osteopathic1 treat
ments. Mrs. J. Rash and little son Wayne
left Monday for Midland, Arkansas,
where they will spend a short time
visiting with relatives and friends.
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REGISTERED
SHORTHORNS
20 Cows and 5 Bulls
THURSDAY, MAR. 3
, OF
REDS AND ROANS
At my home, 10 mile northwest of
Garden City, and 6 milei north and
1 mil .weit of Holcomb, .Kamtas.
Sal will commence at 10 o'clock
harp.
The cows are all good milkers, all
with calf or with calves at . foot.
These cows and bulls are Scotch and
Scotch Topped, These cows are all
bred to Avondale Villager, 450108
a grandson of Imported Villager, out
of a Dam by Double Dale, by Avon
dae. .
These cows are all good ones, and
have been tried, and have proven
producers. Any one contemplating
starting a herd would do well to
make purchase of some of these an
imals. Write for catalog. We will
also sell some other cattle and horses.
Address '
R. J. ACKLEY,
Holcomb, Kas.
Chas. Lorenz, of Tyrone, was a
Liberal business visitor Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cook were over
from Hooker Sunday to take osteo1
pathicv treatments: .;
Rev. Chas. E. Maltas returned to
Salina Sunday on No. 2, after holding
Episcopal services here.
The Liberal Oil &, Supply Com
pany installed light fixtures In the
Marion Mann home Saturday.
Victor Smith spent the week end
with relatives in Pratt. Mr. Smith has
the agency here for the Master
Truck.
Miss Vaughn Fankhouser returned
Monday from Haviland, where she
spent the week-end visiting relatives
and friends.
Rev. C. L. Gregory who live 14
miles west of Liberal, were in the
city , Sunday taking osteopathic
treatments. ' '
Mrs. P. A. Barry returned to her
home southwest of the city Sunday
after a short visit with her daughters
Faye and Dolly here. , .
.John King and G. W. Sawyer re
turned ythe last of the week from
Garden City where they, had been
attending court matters.
' H. E. Ensminger of. the Lorena
neighborhood, was a Liberal business
visitor Monday. He reports the roads
down that way in very bad condition.
. , Mrs. Fred Bowman was brought in
from the country northwest of Liber
al Sunday evening and taken to a
local hospital for treatment. "
Mrs. E. J. Kern arrived in the city
the last of the week to be here for
several days on business, and visiting
with her daughter, who lives west of
Liberal.
'Mrs. Wni. Eckell and two children
arrived in the city the last of the
week ,rom ' Hutchinson to join Mr.
Eckell, who is here with the board of
trade. -
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Satui'day
Last Day to Get that Second
Pair of
SHOES . -
at $1.98, and i
gloves :
Miss 'Mary Sealey, daughter f.f Mr
and Mrs. C. A. Sealey of this city,
received, a , letter January 1st, from
a Captain of the Cavalry in the Czec
hoslovak army, who, after three
years wrote to thank her for ; tho
message inclosed in a Red Cross
package sent from Liberal.
The letter to Miss Sealey. was in
the Czecho-SIvoak language and she
was unable to read it until it was
translated. Wv B. King of the local
American Legion sent the letter to
the Red Cross headquarters in Saint
Louts, for Miss Sealey, where it .was
translated into (English. We print
the translation here.
V: American Red Cross,
Saint Louis, Mo. U. S. A.
' February 16, 1921.
Mr. W. B. King,
Adjutant, Liberal Post No. 80
The American Legion,
Liberal, Kansas - '
My dear Sir.-In reply to your favor
of Feb.. 12th, we- return herewith
letter received by Miss Mary Sealey
of your city from Czecho-Slovakia
together with translation of same.
This translation was made by the
Czecho-Slovak Consulate ofice, and
we are glad indeed to be of service
to you. . y . . .
Very truly yours,
B. M. Bruening, Secy, to Manager.
' Radvan, December 28, 1920
My Dear Miss Mary, -.
This is to express my heartiest
greetings and many thanks for your
Christmas present I am very glad
that someone, in a .feorign country
far away from us, remembers us and
has the heart open for the Czechoslo
vaks. x
I an proud that our fatherland is
freeagain and that the entire world
looks toward us with satisfaction
and helps us so generously.
I feel assured my dear Miss Mary
that while reading these few little
lines you will remember us Czecho
Slovaks with the same spirit and Joy
with which I received and read over
your kind letter but am sorry not
being able to examine contents of
same.
But I am glad, my Dear Miss Mary
that it was done that way and I was
the lucky one. , t ,
Kissing your . hand and greeting
most cordially yourself, your kind
parents, sisters and brothers. -Sincerely
yours,
(Signed) Josef Steffel,
Captain of Cavalry.
Success to all Red Cross Workers.
o -Mrs.
WilTord Hoskinson of Hugo-
tioa was a Liberal shopper Saturday.
. D. C. Bane and son, George came
in' from the ranch to spend Sunday
with Mrs. Bane and family.
Mrs. J.DeCamp and children re
turned Monday from a short visit
with relatives and friends in Fowler.
J. A. Meyer and R. A. Tucker
of the Liberal Oil and Supply Co.,
made a business trip to Hooker Monday.
Miss Ethel Milstead of Meade whs
a week end guest of Mrs. Barrel! of
this city. Miss Milstead is a teacher
in the Meade schools.
L. N. Brown and family left Sat
urday' night for Great Bend, Kansas,
where ' they will make their home.
Mi. Brown, has a job traveling for
the .Grovier Produce Company.
Mrand Mrs. George Lutes arrived
in the city Monday to look after bus
iness matters and visit. They made
the trip in their car and report the
roads in very bad condition almost all
of the way. . .
S. A. Vannaman, of the Sudden
Service Oil station, today announces
that owing to the increase in the bus
iness of the firm he is able to sell
coal oil at 15c per gallon, which price
is now in effect.
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v KISMET KL1PP1NS
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M m' ; Constructive
Wl ' i i Ability Of
ipppSll' A Bank -
frvl'f..'V' $!!'! ' .m-'j tn4m III '
V."$'V 4. '.';'. . n'4-s(1
The
First
National
Bank
INSTITUTIONS, LIKE MEN, BECAME VALUA
BLE TO THE COMMUNITY IN JUST THE PROPOR
TION THAT THEY ARE ABLE TO HELP BY CON
SRUCTIVE ABILITY TO MAKE LIFE BIGGER, BET
TER AND SAFE FOR MANKIND.
WE STRIVE TO MAKE THIS INSTITUTION OF
REAL SERVICE TO YOU AND INVITE YOU TO
AVAIL YOURSELF OF OUR BANKING FACILITIES.
OUR MANY YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE
TO THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY ENABLES
US TO ANTICIPATE THEIR NEEDS AND SERVE
THEM INTELLIGENTLY.
motored to Forgan, Okla., where they
put on the second degree.
Franc Honnold was in Liberal on
business last Saturday between the
trains.
Earl Cooper came In from Liberal
last Saturday to visit with her Bister.
Mrs. Geo. Savidge.
Adrian Kitterman and family and
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Jone. hnlnad
with the 'butchering at the H. D. Mas
son! home last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haines spent
the day with Mrs J. W. Pinkerton
and family last Saturday.
Mr. hnd Mrs. Frank Owens are the
proud parents of a big boy, born on
Feb. 12, 1921.
The National guards went to Lib
eral last Friday for inspection.
Mildred Bundy is staying at the
Edgar Thompson home during the
absence of her-parents.
Esther Ontjis is staying with her
sister, Mrs. Ralph Rinehart, and is at
tending school in Kismet.
Thelma .Lepper visited lurt week
with her grandmother, Mrs. J. H.
Light.
Mrs. E. R. Hess had the misfortune
to' have t osuf f er all days last Friday,
Kismet, Kas., Feb. 21. Prof. Hon
nold preached both morning and ev
ening Sunday. The Southerner has
been substituting for the pastor, Rev.
H. C. Bundy, who is doing revival
work at Hutchinson. .Mr. Honnold
has had several years' experience in
church work in the South.
with the stiff neck
The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs
are planning on spending a social
evening at the hall Tuesday night,
Feb. 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain of Lib
eral, came in Sunday to .visit with
Mrs. Chamberlain's parents, Christ
Bufinch and family.
Bernice Bruner returned home on
Sunday from Meade, where she has I
been visiting.
Mrs. St. Aubun called on Mrs. Geo.
Beale last Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haines left Sun
day evening for Illinois, where they
will make thei rfutura hone.
Mr. Graber, of Liberal, visited
friends and relatives in Kismet last
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Jones spent the
afternoon Sunday at the H. S. Moon
ey home.
Ira Cassel, who has been visiting
in Mullenville, Kas., for some time,
returned to Kismet last Wednesday
to visit with his daughters, Mrs. Bel
er Burr and H. D. Massoni.
Ray McDermott visite dfriends
and relatives in Laverne, Okla., last
week. "
The Otterbein guid and Intermedi
ate societies of the U. B. church are
preparing a mlsisonary program to
be given at the church Friday night,
Feb. 27th.
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at JLGeAts ;
Evans Harness Co.
Mrs. Maud. Nutt enjoyed a pleas
sant visit last week by her brothers,
Harold and Robert Barnes, of Greens
burg, Kas. ' . '
Lottie Holbeft McVey had the mjs
fortune to fall off a horse and break
a bone in his wrist last week.
Ferris Kiddoo looked after busi
ness at the Paul Light Lumber yard
last Thursday on account of J. C.
Benson being ill. ' , . '
Mrm. Willey, of Liberal, visited
with Mrs. N. G. Moody last Sunday.
W. O. Nelson, of Liberal, was in
Kismet on business last Wednesday.
Jack Haines shipped his. household
goods ami blacksmith tools to Illinois
last Thursday.
Mrs. Pansy McClurs, of Liberal,
visited with her mother, Mrs. Pat
Stockton, Tuesday
G. H. Wessler and Henry Rice
were in .Kansas City' on business the
first of the week.
' In spite of the terrible sand storm
last Tuesday, 26 Kismet Odd Fellows
How Much Has Your Rent Increased
Authorities are agreed that the present high level of prices
and earnings in general will continue for a period of at least five,
years.
If your rent has been increased, look in the table below and
see what that increase will amount to in five years, then ask your
self if it isn't a good business proposition to buy or secure loca
tion land build now. ,
Tear Out This Ad, You Will Want to Refer to It
Rent Increase.
Per Month.
$10.00
$15.00
$20.00
$26.00
$30.00
6 Years
$ 698.48
1,047.60
1,896.80 a
1,746.07
2,095.20 ,
With Interest at 6 Per Cent Compounded Annually.
10 Years 15 Years - . 20 Years
$1,681.68 $2,793.10 $4,414,28
2,872.52 4,189.64 6,621.89
8,163.36 5,586.19 8,828.52
8,954.20 6,982.73 11,036.65
4,746.08 8,879.84 12,242.79
While you are at it, just f igure what your total rent money
will amount to in tei) or fifteen years. Buying or building a home
. pays today, just as it always has.
; We are sincerely desirous of being of service in this all-important
matter and will welcome an opportunity to talk over
your problem with you, without obligation, of course.
John W BaUghman
ASK HERBERT DIR. 'Salesman. ' -:
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