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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
J MHIIIIIillllllll! ipiM m B e ;rai:n::irrei:!nmuiiii!!iiiiin Used Cars for Sale or Trade 1 I have; the following Used Cars that Iwill trade for lots or small property located in any part of Liberal, and will pay the differ I ' er-ce inCash. ;;"';''" "' ' '.' '" '- I " l . ',. . . These Cars are all in first-class condition, and can demonstrate them to yovvr satisfaction at any time. . , I 1 1918 Buick Six Touring 1 1920 Ford Sedan 1 1918 Buick Six Touring 1 1921 Chevrolet Touring 11 1917 Pullman Touring 1 1920 Chevrolet Touring I 1 1920 Ford Touring 1 1915 Franklin Touring One 1318 Studebaker Touring Car ; Also have a 12-25 Avery Tractor witn 5-disc Newell Sanders 1 plows in good condition, and one Titan Tractor and two section I 6-disc each, Newell-Sanders plows in first-class condition and 1 ready for work. I John W. Baughman I Ask for HERBERT' DIR . ' 1 ImmiiM iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimil I Your Bank Account at 50 Will Depend on What You Save at 20, 30 and 40 years of age , Finance your future by depositing regularly with Citizens State Bank Liberal, Kansas Depositors Protected by the Bank Depositors 9 Guarantee Law of the State of Kansas ROUTE 2 TYRONE Chas. Ball and family from near Floris attendede church at Crescent Sunday morning and were Sunday dinner guests at the W. Bookless home. , Claue ' Carpenter, wife and baby spent Sunday at Jay Flemings. O. P. Bookless and family and W. L. BookleBS and family ate Sunday dinner at the G. S. Bookless home. Harvest is almost here and every one la very busy; a number are get ting the new combines. Claude Carpenter and O. P. Book less have bought a new combine. Floyd Hook spent Sunday with Frank Bookless. Alpha Stroup and family and the John Harrison family and Mr. Brooks spent " Sunday at E. A. Strouo's. Quite a few from here attended the ice cream social at Tyrone Tuesday evening, but the rain drove people home before the program was over. LORENA KLEAN KLOTHES KLEAN FONE 2 Our Delivery Car will call after your Suit or Dress adn Return it carefully Cleaned and Pressed Try Us for Keen Service We like, to turn out good work KLEAN KLOTHES KLEAN FONE 2 1 tKONt Jl.M jir. and Airs. U it. Murpny ar uiijoyiiig me company oi a Mutt uoy . wuu came to mem last week ' W ed iweuuy. iiiey have named him tfob eu .Lee. Mr. Murpny was one of our overseas boys Due returned ana ia enguged in tne grocery ana ury goods Dusiness. Mrs. JUurpny t -wiU , oe remembered as Mary 'xucker only I uaugmer oi Mr. ana Mrs. it. S. I XucKer. I Herb Gilmore and wife left last I weeK lor Des Moines, ia, 10 attend ' Masonic Grand Lodge. i Mr. and Mrs. Meo. Kiffe returned home Monday after a months' visit ac Washington, D. C, and y. 1 A. C. Akers will leave this week for a two months vacation in Kan sas and Colorado nd when he re turns every one must be ready with Kettles and drums. 'Nut' sed- Fred Speakman and the business people of Tyrone had several views around the city taken Tuesday. One view was of the combined harvester thresher of which E. 3. Durham and his force of men are getting 'ready for use. They have about 40 soldi and they lined them up near the ele- ' valors .for the pictures. They in tend to have this picture put in all the leading farm journals." ( Tuesday night we had,Vith us the English American Players in con- nection with the movie; they are all and especially the 7 who sings. , They go Liberal Wednesday. Next Saturday afternoon we', will witness annthpr one . of the free Why don't you buy a pair of ten-, shows nut on at the movie bv -the nis shoes and oxfords while they ar8 Pirst National Bank. The" title is on sale. Dubois & Ravenscroft. 52tl ..Hearts and Jersey.8. a' sort of a , romance with a story showing the Misses Hilda Needham and Mary pedigree stock of the Jersey. cattle. Claggett of Tyrone were in Liberal , Fla(, ,jay was observed here in a shopping Wednesday, and visiting fltti manner there were more with Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Nelson. t0 be Been floatin8 , to tho ' breeze tbs year than in the past ten . The grass seed planted about the years. Don't' forget old glory- bare spots on the court house lawn ; - , . are coming, up and it will greatly; improve the appearance around the' building.1 1' Everyone getting ready for har vest. Some binding may be done next week. The mail carrier failed to take up the items last week. That's the rea son. Have been having a few days of sunshine this week. Boyd Hood is back from Albuque- que, N. M., and will work for Frank Wheeler in harvest. Mabel Wheeler came out from Liberal to stay several weeks at her uncle Frank's. ' Mr. and Mrs. Billups and Mr. Rec tor ' took Sunday dinner witli Ray Casady's. Mr. and Mrs. J.B.'McNew, Mr.and Mrs. Luther Williams spent Sunday at Lyle Wheeler's. Everv one is busy and do not make many news. C. E1. Bayer of the Dodge City Refining Co., was in Liberal Tues day on business. ' Mrs. R. Q. Ellis of Haviland left for her home Tuesday after spend' several weeks visting relatives here. Mrs. Elizabeth Kinney left Mon day for Los Angeles, California, where she expects to make her fu ture home. ' J ANTELOPE' VALLEY v w,....,.ii:,,.., ' v '' V Rev. Barrier gave a very. Interest ing sermon Sunday afternoon. A good crowd was... present 'as usual. Bring your friends along. Mrs. Hattie Nepier and daughter Margaret attended Antelope services Sunday afternoon. ' Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mitchell and children were Antelope visitors Sun day with friends. : ' 'P. T. Hicks who recently moved to Colorado writes that crops there are coming fine that he likes the country. However his many friends would like to see him back. We be lieve the Seward county is 'just that good a" place that none can stay away long. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Chester Heath and Lester Corrigan spent a' very delight ful afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Roll Crowder. George Morrison and Mrs. Mor rison motored over to see their daughter Mrs. Anne Thomson Sun day morning. Miss Flora Morrison spent Sunday I morning with Mrs. J. P. Napier. I John and Amos Brill were Liber al visitors Saturday. Perry Hall spent a pleasant after noon with John Thompson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arbuthnot. Frank and Alice were callers at the home of J. P. MorriBon Sunday. Floyd Heaton called on Chester Heathman. Monday morning Chester and Floyd are interested n corn. Miss Racheal Hart who taught Antelope Valley last term was the guest of Miss Emma Thompson in Liberal Saturday evening. F. E. Carpenter was in Liberal trading Saturday afternoon. R. E. Brown ia expecting to shell corn the last of the week which re minds us that a. few more rains may turn piles of it into sowed feed. H. G. Wells, of the Hart place is planning to cut xye for Ed Brown this season and also for R. Crowder.i Emil Wede called on H. King Monday morning. George Lee was an afternoon call er at John , Thompson's Sunday. Many people are visiting the north well now and agree those on the job sure know their business. We ex tend confidence and best wishes. FRIENDS CHURCH CAVNER-MAHONEY A wedding, of interest to Liberal people took place . n Fowler Sunday ner of that city became the wife of at-oni o'clock, when Miss Mary Cav Clifton Mahoney of Liberal. - The Rev. Martin of Fowler performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Mahon ey are at home to ther friends at' 1025 North Lincoln Avenue. Mrs. Mahoney' is a stranger here but is a popular school teacher of ner Fowler, and a charming young woman. :" , ' - Mr. Mahney is a member of the firm of J. D. Mohaney & Sons of position. He has a host of friends this city where'' he holds a reliable here who congratulate him on his choice of a bride. ' DAVIS-HOUSTON Rev, H. F. Bolton of this city united in marriage ' at the : , court house at 4 o'clock, Tuesday, June 14, H. E. Houston of- Hooker and Miss Herma Davis f Guymon. They left op No. 2 for a visit to Wichita and Oklahoma points fter wheh they will return-to Hooker where they willl make their home. Mr. Houston is druggist there. Wall Store. Paper at Wiley's Drug 87wtfc MORROW HOSPITAL Third St. and Kansas Ave. , LIBERAL,' KANSAS " A. M. MORROW ' Physician and Surgeon " B' H, DAY. Specialist Eye, Eye, Nose, and Throat . Dr. J. V . Messersmith . Phytician and Surgeon -Office in Miller Building ' Calk Auwtnd Day or ; Night Dr F. W. Huddleston Physician in Charge, Liberal Hospital Will Do General Practice Phones t r Home 179; Office 45; Hospital S78 LIBERAL, KANSAS LIBERAL CAMP 1748. M. W. A.- meets 1st and ' 3rd, Thursday in hall , over Citizens Bank. ' . D. A. GRACE, Consul ' R. E. BARBEE, Clerk Shoe Repairing at the Craig Shoe $tore J.W.ONIONS HHIilHummnnnniimtminii The Sunday school " is putting forth apecjial effort for increased, attendance. We are engged in an auto race and if you are not at will be very glad to have you with tending any other Sundy school we us at 9:45 next Sunday. Morning serivce at 11:00. Subject "The Church." Christian Endeavor at 6:30 and "The Cross." evening service at 7:30. Subject You are invited to all of these services. MARRIED Lee H. Hickey and Miss Bernice Antrim of Plains were married at the court house by Judge Campbell June 9th. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tynan and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Biltgen were visitors .in Garden City Tuesday, going over to attend the Elk celebration. HERE'S A PROPOSITION TO WOMEN ONLY Ladies, we can show you the means' of greatly reducing the labor in house work at only moderate ex pense. - -: White, modern, sanitary kitchen and bath-room plumbing fixtures are easy to clean and keep clean. They end the need for frequent repairs and atten tion. Come see our display. Let us show you the widest range of selection possible. Plumbing and Heating . t B. E. KEATING Phone 53 , . ' ., So. szs. i. o: o. F. Meets Tuesdays. 7:K0 Over Citizens State Runt y. W. GRAY, N. G f Sporting Goods Base Balls and Bats , ' ' ' Masks and Gloves .' - Golf Sticks and Balls Tennis Raquets and Balls Fishing Rods and Tackle 1 We Make a Specialty of FIRST-CLASS SPORTING GOODS Come in and Examine Our Line Evans Harness Co. iiiinnniiiiuiiiiiniM Mr.,and Mrs. C. L. Hadsell left: for theii" home inCuilison Tuesday! aftr' spending severifl days visit-! ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M." Hadsell. ;t.Vf i they advertise i ! year old boy ' r'v-...K 'V: ''! I t t. t t Furniture for Sale: Practically all new: piano, 9x12 seamless aximinis- j ter rug, sewing machine, bed with ' ' ' ' -' ' '"- ! springs and mattress, small. range Mrs. Mark Perrindeft for Dodge and oii Btove and a few other small City Monday where she will visit item9. Inquire at Equity Exchange, her sister, Mrs. Ross Bangs, then go, . 50tfc on to Kansas City for a short visit. - "j " ' ' Dr.. Perrin will locate in Arkansas All sizes in men's tennis shoes and City nd Mrs. Perrin will ' Join him oxfords at Big Reductions. Ask to there in a few week. ' see them. Dubois & Rayenscraft. tl DON'T WAIT until the ground is covered with ice and snow and k.i... ..ii. t i - j " f arc fivur- ing in faster than we can fill the i ORDER YOUR COAL NOW. and live ui cnance to serve you pro perly. IT WON'T EAT any bread by ly- yur un, and you'll have tarn, aatisfactin. r I ii , """wing you -.- wen supplied, and ready. JIM JOHNSTON PHONE 24 V , Your Harvest Groceries COST YOU LESS The less you spend the greater your PROFIT 1 his is what vqu raise wheat for PROFIT. -and ft IMMENSE PURCHASES on the latest markets Which are the LOWEST markets enable .us to offer very attractive prices on QUANTITY PUR- CHASES. -. - 7- Our stodc is complete with every item needed to properly feed the hun gry throng during the work of harvesting. The goods are new and of exceptional quality. ; , ( r ' -. . , "-' We have long specialized on Harvest Groceries and this year, realizing that VALUES would COUNT; we bought more economically than ever, th;t we might bo in position to offer not only the.goods but THE PRICE.- , Every merchant must have about the same per cent on his goods, so it is to the Iniying end that he must look, if he would give low prices. Our . large sorage capacity, knowledge of markets and goods, and strong buying-power have combined to place ns in an enviable position to cater to the Harvest Business, v,. . . , '. ; , y. . -f y .'-. - . . :" Wo wjll not attempt to list a lot of prices, butwill ask you to make out a '. list of what yoii want and we will submit you a price on the lot. Do this right away and, see if we cannot save you money, If we cannot you are out nothing but We'll Make Good. "Z 'l J" : - ' V ' . i . .uv- . ...' V-.r. ' '' : ' '' "l' - -' v -4 " ' - V '' . ' ' - .- . ' . i . '';.'' J. E. George Grocery Comipany ( i f .