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March' 17; 102:'
THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
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USED CARS AT
Sacrifice Prices
As! have no garage, I am quitting the Used Car business
and will offer for your benefit :
I Dodge Touring Car for half the price of a new car. In
good shape and looks like new.
1 I Allen, almost new; been run 2,735 miles. Half the price
oi a new Alien.
I Dodge Touring in good shape, priced down to $500.00.
I Ford Touring Car, a real Ford; $285.00. Good shape.
I will give part terms if purchaser will give proper secur
ity. I have these cars stored at the Overland Ser
' vice Station, where they may be seen.
R. O. TOBIAS ;
Liberal (Box 144)
Kansas
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Wallis Tractors
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and Spare Parts
Birdsell Oil Gears
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The Equity Exchange
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Grain Growers
BUY A
CATERPILLAR
Combined Harvester
12 to 24 foot cut
37 YEARS OF MANUFACTURE
Built by
The Holt Manufacturing Company'
S. R. COFFEE, Factory Representative
1500 17th Street, Denver, Colorado.
Bert Allen & Son
District Dealer .
LIBERAL, KANSAS.
A complete lino ofTwine City Tractors,. Disc Harrows,
Disc Plows, Moldboard Plows and Listers. The Ruth Self
Feeders, Simplex Weigher, Lightning Extension Feeder,
The Goodyear Belting of all kinds. Call and see our line
before buying.
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Victor Smith returned from a visit
at Pratt Monday night.
,' id Randle of Albuquerque, N. M.,
was here Friday on business.
Rev. Frank Nef f of the Floris
community "was in the city Monday.
Robt. Dickerson- is looking after
the Gentzler sale today.
John L. Boles made ' a business
trip to Topeka Monday . returning
Wednesday.
Ray Kennedy returned from
business trip to Hutchinson last Sat
urday night. ' 1 1
Mrs. L. Huff who has been visit
ing Mrs. E. L. Haller, returned to her
home in Dalhart Monday. - -
C. W. Leeman of Kansas Cltv was
here looking after business interests
the first of the week.
R. H. Hobble, . J. Salmon and C.
F. Truax of Springfield, were here
on business Monday.; .,,
L. A. Webber of Hugoton was in
town 'Sunday and Monday on business.
Chas. Lynch, W. E. Hall and Roy
Thompson of Fredonia, Kans., were
here on business Monday.
R. C. Coles and A. A. White of
Coldwater, were business visitors in
the city the first of the week.
E. A. Meyer and F. O Moore were
here Monday from AntSony, on busi
ness. . '
F. E. Kennedy is here from Norton
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Chas. D.
Taylor, and son, Ray Kennedy;
O. T. Wood of Topeka, was' in the
city the last of the week looking af
ter business affairs.
1 ' Eugene Martin left for Colorado
on a few days business and pleasure
trip Thursday morning. ' . '
- Get busy how on that lawn. We
have Kentucky. Blue Grass and white
clover. Vickers Grain & Seed Co. .
Manning Adams came In from Mc
Pherson .Tuesday to look after busi
nes interests. , . .- v ,
A number of Bethel people attend
ed the funeral or Mrs. Emma uaaaia
Tuesday afternoon.. .
Miss Ruth Wright went to Tyrone
Tuesday afternoon on a short visit.
The little Moore girl acompanied her.
Dr. A. L. Knisely left Sunday af
ternoon for Boulder, Colo., after a
short business trip here.
Mrs. George Truman came in from
the country the first of the week to
go to a local hospital for medical
treatment ". , ,: '.'
- J. I. Stamper of Meade came down
the first pf the week and spent a
short time, with his brother-in-law,
Ned Snyder who is ill.
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Mr, irnd Mrs. S. A. Miller and
children returned from a visit with
Mrs.. Miller's parents near Wichita,
Saturday night.
"W." M. Wilson, formerly master
mechanic for this division of the R.
I., arrived in the city Mondoy on of
ficial business for the company.
Bishop Wize of the District of Sa
lina held Episcopal services here
the first of the week,. This was his
first visit to St. Andrews Mission. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gentry of Gray
were Jn the city Tuesday on busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Gentry had
charge of the Gentsy hotel on the
South Side while in Liberal. -
C. C. Denny and W. B Nelsdn of
Snlina were business visitors here
Friday. v
, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Phillips of Hu
goton were shoping here Friday af
ternoon. . , b
F. M. Hagerman of Pratt was in
the city the last of the week on business.
B. A. Johnson of Springfield,
Colorado was a busines visitor in the
city the last of the week.
H. C. March of Bucklin was a Lib
eral visitor tHe laBt of last week. Mr.
March is interested in the oil game.
Mrs. Lena Williams of Boyd, is
here with her -little daughter who is
ill at a local hospital.
- O. W. Spradling and family moved
to their farm north of the city Tues
day.
Mrs. A. F. Gorman left Tuesday
for a short visit with her sister, Mrs.
Koy Twist of Meade.
Mrs. I. Greenberg left for Chic
ago Sunday where she is buying
goods for the Greenberg store.
Miss Margaret Chadwick is visit
ing relatives and friends in Greens
burg this week.
Miss Emma Thompson has been
confined to her home the first of the
week on account of a severe cold.
Damon Ward, who is attending the
Panhandle Institute at Goodwell,
spent the week end with his mother,
Mrs. D. R. Ward. He returned to
school Monday on No. 1.
A new sign was painted on the
window of the Vic Hahn clothes
cleaning establishment in the Hal G.
Reid building on South Kansas ave.,
Monday. ,
W. S. Martin made a short busi
ness trip to Meade Tuesday return
ing home in the evening. Mrs. Mar
tin and baby who went up to spend
Sunday returned with him.
Sam Dodd who has been with the
Tire Hospital for some time sold his
interest last week to Mr. Chapman
arid will move to his farm east of the
city soon.
Frank James and Jacob Page who
have been with the Daily Democrat
left for the eastern part of the state
Sunday where j they have positions
on other daily papers.
J. F. Spangler, manager of the
Globe theatre of Beaver City, was
here on business Sunday. WTiile in
the city he visited at the Roy Wilcox
home.
Qualify
1 ' ."xSSiWTS.
We want to sell you your Groceries for a good business reason: yoa
will SAVE "MONEY If we do; because for the AWAY-UP quality
of the Groceries that yoa get from us, our prices are AWAY-DOWN.
It will also pay you to deal withus, because OURS is the store when
the HUSTLE is. This means that wa sell our goods so fast tbey .
don't have time to grow STALE. '
YOU want FRESH GROCERIES, Don't Yout
You Get Them From Ue.
TRY OUR GROCERIES
The Eagle Mercantile Co
j Your Bank Ac- I
count at 50 I
Lee Baily, Mrs. Bob Taylor and
Mrs. J. N. Harvey of Maxville, Mo.,
came over from Forgan Tuesday and
spent the day shopping and looking
after business matters..
will depend on what
you save at 20, 30, and
40. . Finance your fu
ture by depositing reg
ularly with.
Citizens State Bank
liberal, Kansas
Depositors Protected bv the Bank Depositors
Guarantee Law of the State of Kansas
"Harold Wares and Rural Rushton
of Forgan were in the city Monday
for a short visit.
D. K. Baty was in from Plains the
last of the week looking after busi
ness matters.
Mrs. Clarence J. Cook and baby
son arrived from Omaha, Nebraska,
Monday for a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hill. Mrs. Cook
was Miss Dollie Hill before her marriage.
Miss Ida Henry returned from
Topeka Friday night where she had
been visiting relatives since the
Christmas holidays.
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Mrs. T C. Finley of. Spearman,
Texas, arrived in the cjty Monday
and was a guest at the Sanford while
in the city,,
Edward Ennis returned Monday
from Woodbine, Kans., where he had
been to attend the funeral of a relative.
Mrs. J. L. Callihan of near Floris
is in the city this week helping to
enre for her granddaughter who is
ill.
Judge Hutchison inspected ' the
Commandery at Liberal Wednesday.!
night. He was accompanied by W. O. Li
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Bnd they report a very .interesting :
trip. Garden
and enjoyable
Herald
City,
James B. Wood, son of O. T.
Wood was in Meade last Thursday
Find made his grandmother Mrs. L.
E. Wood a short call. James was ad
mitted to the bar in January, but is
yet undecided as to where he will lo
cate. Meade Globe-News
ENGEL & JOHNSON
ABSTRACTS
All Kinds oi' Insurance Phone 349
CITIZENS BANK BLDC. LIBERAL, KANSAS
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Mrs. M. H. Scandrett president of
the Parent-Teacher associatipn will
attend the State convention of the
association at Manhattan soon. She
was chosen as' a delegate at the re-,
cent meeting of the local society. I
Light Your Home
Miss Daniels arrived the first of
the' week to take .charge of the
ready to wear department in Green
berg store.
Fi O. Malone is moving his .family
here from Hutchinson . this week
where they will make their home. Mr.
Malone. is an electrician.
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Your Bank.
. We will make you '.'feel at home" when .you. come into .our.
bank,' whether or not you are yet ready to do your banking business
with us. !'. - . , t
We make our bank a FRIENDLY Bank.' Our officers are not
hard to meet. , V ; , r '.' ?
Our advice U at your service in any financial matter. Come In
and feel free to consult us. It wiu De a compliment ana a pieau
to us. ' - '. .
( We Invite -YOUR Banking Business
Peoples State
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Hugh Neer and family will move
to their farm the first of April. Mr,
and Mrs. Fred Lunt have rented the
Neeri residence for the summer.
Miss Maurine Long is taking a
week's rest (this. week but will' re.
turn to her work oh the News, Mon
day. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Long accompan
ied BV Mrs. M. H. Flood and Mrs. O.
P. Buckland, - motored to Sharpe's
reek Sunday afternoon. '
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' The Nichols Journal- made its ap
pearance this week, after several
weeks absence on account of. the
editor having the scarlet fever.
The brick Work has been comple
ted on the new- Methodist church
building and the carpenters are now
at work. The building is rapidly go
ing up and it wil not be long until
the roof is done. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith arived the
first of the week from Richard, Col
orado, for a short visit at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Clark. Mr.
Smith was stricken with appendicitis
and has been takiner a series of treat
ments and is considered better at'
this time.
WITH
F. W. Tyler of Hutchinson former
newspaper and publicity man and the
new secretary of the Liberal cham-;
ber of commerce is a, cousin of J. D. j
Broadwell, secretary of the ' Pratt
chamber ' of commerce. Mr. Broad-1
well .was formerly secretary pf the I
Liberal chamber prior to coming to'
Pratt Pratt Tribune . . '
Eugene Stoufer of the Liberal
News and Leo MflTer of the Liberal
Democrat came up this morning with
the members of the Liberal basket j
ball team to "see Liberal win the
tournament," as they put it. Liberal
goes - into- the - elimination - contest
with Cullison at 8:30 this evening,!
and while they 'are good they may;
have some trouble in getting over the ;
first hurrle. Cullison won the county
league. championship and has a
scrappy bunch of basketeers. The '
Liberal boys are regretting the dis
continuanceof their daily . papers
which will quit by mutual agreement
after this week. They paid thd Tri
bune office a friendly call this morn
ing and they also discovered an old
time friend" in J. D." Broadwell sec
retary of the Chamber of Commerce
Who used to be 0"t at Liberal in a
similar capacity. Pratt Tribune j
Dream Electrolite
SEE PLANT AT OUR
FILLING STATION
LiberalAuio
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