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March 17, l)2i
THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT AMERICAN LEGION GIVES. ENTERTAINMENT MAR. 25 OIL LEASES FILED ; . ; IN MIAMI TOWNSHIP Cunningham.. Company, ii . Luting Land in Rno County for Oil . , '-Prospactinf Mrs. Jennie Karau was the hostess to a dancing party at her home last Saturday nighty ., ' Mrs. L. W. SteveBson entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. The Westminister Guild which was to have met at the home of Dr. Vera Young has been postponed during the meetings at the Presbyterian church. There will be a big dance at the hall at Hugoton Friday night, March 18th. The Garden City orchestra will furnish the music. Liberal folks are invited to come. . The Masonic lodge members en joyed dinner at the JLaJford Cafe Tuesday night There were about thirty guests served. WOMAN'S CLUB ' ELECT OFFICES , The Woman's Club met Tuesday afternoon and elected officers Miss Katherine Wright was elected pres ident; Mrs. J. D. Hill, vice-president; Mrs. Osa Nichols, Treasurer;; Mrs. T. A. Tegarden, Secretary. Mrs. P. 0. Rindom was reelected as a member of the library board. ; Mrs. M. H. Flood was reelected to the Board of Trustees of the Club. . Mrs. D., C. Wood was chosen as chairman of the advertising mitte for the public library. Mrs. Hill 1 Mrs. Pellette and Mrs. Sawyer be ing members of this board. ! ' The program committe appointed are Miss Jessie Jordan, Mrs. Sawyer Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Hobblo. Wilkinson left for Illinois Sunday for an extended visit after supending the winter here with her daughter, Mrs. Young. 1 The W. F. M. S. of the . M. E. church Will meet with Mrs. J. P. Pat ten Wednesday afternoon, March 23, at 2:30. Mr. and Mrs. Williara-Henline of Arkalon celebrated their fiftieth weding aniversary last Sunday. MDS. MARY LEMONNIER CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Mrs.'. Mary LeMonnier enjoyed the honor of celebrating her eighty seventh birthday anniversary Thurs day, March 17 at her home in this city. Her sons, Guy, Will, Phil and Shad were with her. ' Mrs. LeMonnier is among the old est settlers of this county and saw the early pioneer life as only those oldtime settlers know it. She lived on a claim here and experienced all the tragedies as well as the wonder ful newnes of a virgin country. She is the mother of seven children all of whom are living but her only daughter, Mrs. Anna Kilgore. Her six sons are, Guy, Phil and Will, of Liberal, Shad of Foster, Nebr., Jim of Colorado and Sewell.of Califor nia. Guy says he is the baby of the family. Mrs . J. G. Ault entertained the P. E. 0. at her home Wednesday after noon. . K. P'S. HAVE PARTY The K. P. Lodge enjoved a social Wednesday mgbt at the lodge rooms at which time a splendid program was given. Among the numbers was the orchestra which is a new organ-1 ization in the city. While it is com-1 posed of old band and orchestra men i as a whole, Miss Walker, pianist, and 1 Miss Hariet Boles, drummer, are new members. This is their initial ap-1 pearance In the orchestra and both i did well. Miss Boles has had her I dims but a short time .and is getting! along nicely with them. She hopes to I have a complete line of trans ne of ; these days and has already made aj good beginning. I There were one hundred guests present and the Knights did all the1 servin which was perfection itself., Sand'ches, olives, pickles, punch, i ( cake, and coffee were served, and the piece de resistence was the huge cake bearing the emblem of the K Pi lodge done in colors. It was a beauti ful piece of culinery art. I t i ROBERT BAUGHMAN GIVES PARTY Robert Baughman entertained sev eral of his young friends Wednesday evening In honor of his 14th birthday aniversary. Mrs. Baughman mad! plana and cooked enough chicken and either fixings to feed a bunch but it is ' a safe bet to say thnt she will miss the quantity that the hoys will be able to surround. ! Robert received from his grand- j father H. C. Baughman at Cheney, the following tag attached: This pep-! Kansas, a gold telescopic pencil with cil came to me from my father and I was given to him on his 50th weding anniversary on Sept. 27, 1878. Robert also received many other useful presents and after the even ing eats were properly attended to -all went to the picture show to round out the evening an1 everyone pres ent had a fine time. The guests were Robert darrabee, .'Jack Miller, , Walker Maxwell, Ken neth Ravenscroft, William Levi, Les ter Ellsaesser, William Ferguson, Clifford Sawyer, Hilden Sawyer, Kenneth Sawyer and Clifford Walk- FOOD AND APRON" SALE " The Loyel Gleaners class of the Christian Church will hold a food sale and apron sale at the George Grocery store March 26. The sale look these things over before guy will begin at 1 o'clock. Come irt and lng elsewhere. ) The Intermediate League of "the Methodist church enjoyed a hike last night. Mis Ola Broks chaperoned the youngsters. The Presbyterian aid met with Mrs. Carl Eldridge and Mrs.' Haitt Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Salley's and Mrs. Wilmarth's Sunday school clases enjoyed a hike and out door super at the Wilmarth farm, northeast of the city, Tuesday evening. Mrs. W V. Griffith, assisted by Mrs. Maude- Turner, entertained her Sunday school class Wednesday af ternoon at Mrs. Griffith's home on North Sherman. Needle work was followed by dainty refreshments. ENTERTAINED SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS Mrs. W. V. Griffih entertained the Loyal Gleaners Class of the Chris tain Sunday school at her home Wed nesday afternoon. The evening was spent in a short business session pro gram and social hour, after which a very fine luncheon was served. The color scheme was gren and white St. Patrick's occasion. Mrs Maude Turner assisted the hostess in the serving. The following guests were present: Mesdames H. .Shumate, C. W. Ellsaesser, R. Matkin, T. A. Te earden, J. T. Newby, T. L, Gray, Thurman Printz, T. L. Ellington, C. Hibbs, Charno Jones,, 0. Stott, Ray Meyer, Robt. Cunningham.E. . D. Cooper, C. E. Woods, W."M. Pysher, Sam Dodd, Tom Blakemore, and Eli Walker. Mrs. Loren Young entertained a few friends for her mother, Mrs Wilkinson, Friday afternoon. Mrs, St. Andrews' Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. W. A. Naylor, 408 North Lincoln, Friday, March 18, at 8 P. M. Mrs. A. T. Moore was hostes to the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon. LIBERAL CAMP 1745, M. W. A. meets 1st and 3rd, Thursday in. hall over . Citizens Bank. D. A. GRACE, Consul R. E. BARBEE, Clerk Subscribe for The Democrat uiiiiiiiniiiiniiiun I Every Home, Needs HOT WATER The kitchen, bath room, laundry, and even the scrub pail all require quantities of hot water. The daily bath is a real treat when you can have unlimited hot water when you want it. We have several very efficient and economi cal water heating systems that we would be glad to show you. ' v There is a type best fitted in your particular' needs. Come in and see for yourself, or a card or phone call will brine someone , to explain everything in detail. . - ' Malone & Company i Phone '42 West Second St. uuinuMimuinM The American Legion has secured Edward Elliott in character portray als, ,whi 'will be here Iarch 25th. at ' the Christian church. t' An admision of 25c for children Hutchinson News: Th.e Cunningham and 60c for adults will be charged; Oil & Gas Company which is doing and the program wil start at eight some drilling socth ot the county line o'clock. . .. Ijn the country between . Lerado 'and The name of Edward ' Elliott is linked with the names of the greatest p:aya ot the day. The mention of his tfiue brings to mind "The Fortune uunter, ' The Lion and the Mouse.'' une Man from Home," The Man of the . Hour" and other great vital mas terpieces. For years it has been Mr. Elliott's god fortune' to use the standard suc cesses of the theatre and he has sel ected only those plays which have not point of the box office but have also only been successful from the stand been plays with some great lesson in them. He believes emphatically that a good play well presented is a pow eriul sermon. As an artist Mr. Elliott ranks high in his work. There is an artistis unity about his presentation whicn togeth er with the splendid art, results in a masterly ofenng from every view point Critics everywhere have en-' dorsed his work, most enthusiastically ( That Mr Elliott is widely known is i widely known is evidenced from the fact that he has apeared in practica-1 lly all of the larger cities of the j United States as well as the smaller Lyceum and Chautauqua towns. He has appeared from three to thirteen times in more than fifty cities of 1 Universities and at twenty three col- recitals at eighteen of our State the United States. He. has given his leges in the United States. He has ..ppeared before the largest and most g exclusive clubs in the country. . j g He is an artist who has made for s himself an enviable place among the,! Treat dramatic readers of America, s Cunningham is getting leases on land ir Reno county in the southern part a' Miami twonship below Turon. ' . Ten leases involving a total of 1600 acres all in Miami township were re corded Tuesday with the register of deeds on land owned by the follow: in: Dock Gray, 80" acres; Asa Gray, 8: Joseph Gray. 160: Nora M. Hor- ton,160; T. H. Parsons, 80; N.1 A, Wesson' 160; H. F. Walter,. 240S C. A. Miller, 160; E. V. Welch, 168 ;and: Peter Reese, 820. , All run for five Teatai . . . , 1 j ' LISTEN, LADIES I House cleaning done by expert house cleaners. Reasonable rates. Telephone 455: ' DR. EMERY TREKELL 'J' Physician and Surgeon In Dr. Knisely's old office Special Attention Given OWatric't Tel. Office 147 Re. 180 HARRY C. ARMSTRONG F!t Years a Bonded Abstracter , in SewardCounty' " ' All kinds of Insurance Written Fona 80 ' Court Hons Mniwiuuiiiiiinw Exide Battery Station All Kinds of Generator,' Starter and : Electrical Work ew Exide Batteries In Stock LET BATTERY EXPERTS DO YOUR BATTERY WORK ' MIIIIMIIlllWtllBlllIM MnmnwiinifflipiiM JETMORE SUBSCRIBES TO DRILL AN OIL WELL 1 Jetmore, March 17. Jetmore is raising a fund of $2604 by public subscription for stock to help drill an oil and gas test on the Sawlog creek. Other towns in the vicinity are said to be interested in the drilling- project and will purchase stock. It is expected the entire $40,000 necesary before driling starts will be procured within the next two weeks. EPISCOPAL SERVICES ON GOOD FRIDAY On Good Friday, March 25, ser vices will be held at the home of Mrs Thos. W. Gaw from 2:30 till 3 P. M. All interested invited. New Flower Shop We arc now located in the Liberal .Light, Ice & Power Company build ing, where we have a fine line of CUT FLOWERS, POTTED PLANTS, BULBS, WICKERWARE, PLACE CARDS, FAVORS, GOLDFISH, BIRDS Everything to make 'the Party a Success - WEIDENSAUL & BELTZ Phone 18 Light Building wiimunrniiiiiiiffliiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw o) La nn (ru In 1 SI . 0 ' r ' 5 I i 4 ,W Wrestling Match Armory Hall Liberal, Kansas MsnVMMMsl FRANK BURNS Middleweight Champion 158 pounds . - . vs, . ELMER GUTHRIE Well-Known to Local Fans This is a rare opportunity-to see Burns work, and was only possible because he was passing through the city. . Freeman & Parks, Promoters New Seating Arrangement New Prices 48 Ringside Seats, Good Comfortable Chairs, $1.50 , All Other Seats, $1.00 . SpeciaPSection Reserved for Ladies and Children, -oUc tiwaw. ivinrrn rr.fM.rr.w im.t. it i.uu .it. AwrvS9W WkfTVArw w r V f 5 Pi'M' S atttrday, MarQh III J ' - T . III! ,s '