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The Liberal democrat. [volume] (Liberal, Kan.) 1911-1924, June 16, 1921, Image 4

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FAREWE1X FRIDAY NIGHT
Fad Tbem Io Cream After 'aa '", f
1 tqSnt 'poriii' Pf Mufc ! j
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The members of the local ,Boy(S3
Scouts who embarked Tuesday on
their camping trip, were given a
farewell reception Friday evening t ea
Christian Church. ' iS
Chairman E. S. Irwin of the Boyj
'Scouts and Campfire Girls' Associ-
ation, which is sponaering the organ-
aation here, presided.
After the audience had been seat-jj.
ed the Scouts who were to go on the i r
trip marched to the choir lolt and.-
gave the Scout yells while tno otner
members of the ovganizaton took
their seats in a section reserved for
them. ,
The audience sang "America" af
ter which Rev. T. F. Barrier of the
Presbyterian church gave the invo
cation. ,
The Male Quartet composed of J.
N. Evans, C. Earl Ames, A. T. Hil
yard, and C. V. Eice, gave a musi
cal selection which brought down the
house.
Rev. Olin Hunt of the Friends
church gave the farewell address and
as a talk to a bunch of boys it could
tin have been better. Rev. Hunt
told the boys that Mr. Baughman,
who hi giving the trip, was making
an investment in life and that rf
they returned with out having a
larger vieion of life the investment
would not be a paying one. He urged
them to life clean, straight and per-
pare both. mind and boy for the re-
aponsibilities of life.
Rev. Hunt is to congratulated on
the great talk he made.
The response was by "one of the
toys" by Elder Eli Walker of the
Christian church. He first issued
orders for the following days, assur-
red the parents that the boys would
be properly care for during the trip
nd expressed his appreciation of
the interest in the Scout movement
in Liberal.
The quartet gave another much
appreciated selection and the Scouts
gave some demonstrations Of signal-
, ling.
The boys then adjourned to the
basement -where they kept three men
busy for more than an hour making
ice cream cones which were eagerly
sought. Six gallons of ice cream
and 225 cones were dispensed.
' The evening was a pleasant one
for the boys and their parents and
friends.
WARM
WEATHER
NOW THAT HOT WEJATHlR IS HERE IT IS TIME THAT YOU WERE GETTING
YOUR WHITE AND COLOrD 'WAH! GOODS' 6F WHClIt WE HAVE A
LINE IN Xtli PRICES AND, GRADES r
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ANNEX CAFE LOOKS MIGHTY
INVITING THESE DAYS
C. E. Waide, manager of the An
nex Cafe, has been doing a lot of
fixing up this spring and as a result
people are talking about it. The in
terior as well as the front, has been
freshly painted and decorated and
new floor covering has been . laid
and the place has a clean, whole
some appearance which is bringing
many new patrons to the cafe.
The Annex "Cafe is the oldest one
in the city. It has been here many
years and has always maintained a
popularity as a good place to eat.
Since Mr. Wide took charge some
time ago, he went to work and add
ed improvements from time to time
until the cafe comes in a class with
the very best. It's location is handy
the service excellent and prices rea
sonable. '
LIBERAL TAKES BOTH
"' GAMES IN DOUBLE HEADER
Liberal took the' honors without
half trying in the double headfer
Sunday? afternoon when Plain
came to play the home team and
Irvin also attempted to show her
mettle. It was of no use, Liberal
tooJCPlaiha to a cleaning winning
witn is to her 7;.and'ih the Irvin
game Liberal made 10 to W op
ponent's s. .. MJ
A good crowd attended the games
ana jmwedr their appreciation by
Vgorotw Peering?' It Was . clean
walkaway 'for1 Liberal i
Manager Earl Craig says the boys
need 'new1 adits and that they hope
we uterfcl fans win do their part In
neipiiuj tnem (at tnem.
Come out next1- Sunday and aee
Liberal lick Satanta who comes over
to try her hand.' 1
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, DOES HE FEAR CHAIR?
" -., ,
The. Hutchinson Gazette says:
Ybdei' fear of death by the elec
trie Chftir in Oklahoma, cause Harry
K. Ellis, 17 year old Liberal youth,
to hold back something, in his con
faaaion of two brutal muredra, or
has h told, afl? . v -
; ."Ellis, by, his , confession,' ia tMTj
layer jal Henry Smith, National
s
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Ladies Buttonless
Unionsuits ,
Haven't you ever wished that
some one would make an under
garment exactly according: to
your ideas? '
We think that we've found just
what you are looking for
Eiffle-Made Buttonless
tJnionsuit
(Patented) ...j..'
Comes in pink and white oi
Voile, jarred Dimity, Silk and
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Specially Priced
vi $1.00 Suits . . . . . . . . . : :t ; Q(f
L50 Suits ... 29
2.00 Suits .............
2.50 Suits ........... . .
3.00 Suits . . ,,. ........ ,6'9f
, 3.5QSuits'............. 2,98
10 off on all Ivies' Knit and
iilk Undar " P U(
Blouses....
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A nice new assortment
of up-to-date blouses,
in all colors and styles.
Crepe de Chine, Geor
gette, Tub Silk, Pon
gee and Minuenett.
Specially priced for a
short time only:
$5.00 Blouses at . . 3.98
6.00 Blouses at . . 4.98
6.50 Blouses at . . 5.19
6.75 Blouses at . . 5.19
Ladies
Silk
Hose
in white, navy, flesh and
brown all good high
priced hose at '
$1.29
iddies
For Ladies,
Misses and
dlhildren,r '
Never be
fore haVe we
shown as large and as nice
a line as we" have at this
ime, and for a short time
we will place them "all oh
sale at HALF PRICE.' Ufi
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LOOK!
At our 15c, 19c and 32c tables,
One will find good, clean bar
gains on them in the line of
goods that you need at this time
of the year. '
We have 10 pair of bargain
counter Slippers, both white and
black, $1.00 a pair, io close them
out. x "
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS
for Harvest ' ' K
Two nice pieces of Toweling
just thetbing' you need for
harvest; specially priced. 19c
One nice 'assortment of Curtain
Uateriaf;..:.V.V..... 32c
One lot of nice new Ginghams
'at ;;.v: i$c
z
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If it's New, it's at
Gorman's
If it's Ne.w; if sat
Gorman's ;
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about the killing of John Longneck-
bullet holes through his head.
"Miller also confesses he knows
cr, who was killed under circum
stances almost identical, several
weeks before Smith was slain.
"Smith's murder was "in Kansas.
The most severe penalty for this
crime is life Imprisonment.
, ''Longnecker was slain two miles
south of the Oklahoma line in'qld
"So Man's Land." .
"In Oklahomti, first dcfrfee mur
derers die by the electric chair."'
' "Ellis is in the Reno county jail,
brought here to' avoid possible mob
violence in Seward county, the home
of Smith.
"Last ftight on Ws bunk i the
jail, Ellis lay on hia back and whis
tled a tune. He seemed uncon
cerned, but officers are concerned
with the question: "Has he told
all?"
H Wants Light Swlmt
"He waa asked -why he confessed
the crime? He replied: "I had to
do it ahd I never felt more like it
than last night ' Let'nte ask you a
question. , Don't you -think- it was
the best thing I could do to tell ev
erything I knew T1' I've helped the
officers a lot, at least they said I
did, last night, and I think HI get
a light sentence."
! .w a --f. . 1 V .
" "Twice yesterday ;Ellls, in conver
sation" with Jailer Roy Bennett,; let
'Guardsman of . Liberal, who -disap- fall the inference that he saw no
peared'On the night of May 2 J, and reason why he shouldn't be held by
whose body, tw' daS latter,-' was ' the state of .Kansas, and .prosecuted
found .by . fc aearehinj party pf .hia.' ;hrt.." LpngneokBr'- waj'' killed xire
comrades n th; gurd an n-i mH inside the Oklahoma Une. . Ok
doried dugout twelve mile re-f ' Mibm4 imposes -th death .penalty
, J.iben!;. with throat'cuV ahd,.Veral .)oi' murder in the" first "dgre, ac-
cording to Jailer Bennett. The mur
derers die by the electri chair."
BIQ HERD OF ELKS
BORN AT GARDEN CITY
Larga Number of Liberal Men Ia
Itiated Into Mysteries of
Tuesday afternoon a large bunch
of Liberal men went to Garden City
Where they were initated . into the
Elks Lodge. Some time ago a crowd
of good fellows ' from Garden City
invaded Liberal and took the appli
cations and those singing were call
ed Tuesday when a class ' of 300
were to. be initiated. : , , J .
"The "Garden City Elks gave a ban.
quet to the visitors who came from
all the surrounding 'towns and we
were told that all had a Very enjoy,
able time. ' .. - V
. ' Among those who took the work
were O. J. Wllklns, Henry Berg, Bob
Smith, J. T. Newby, W. G. Griffith,
C.' J. MaloW; Chas. Tuaker, E. A.
frits, Tom HortOn, Chag. Stanton,
ks tL Rhodes, Jitn. Johnston Nolen
Bond, flay 'Matkln, Harry Matklh,
H. C. fleak," Dan Edgerly, A; 'M.
Mprrow; Henry' Tuckey," A. G. Stew
artR' Ul-Robbins. 'G. f Light,' R.
Iff. Dickerson and C'A. Sealey:
0, Aecbmpanying' the' Tecrults were
RobK " Curlninghaht;' "1. ; P."Fueat;' E.
A, Craig, and; Chas. Summers 'wUi
were already membibrapf the order.
"There' iere.'iMTeTa1r who : signed
nt "and .could not g6 h this timeind
thes0wfllW :eaIld latter totta.:
sltesTa feaoaMearie eaJ
uityon.-'-'- T.-"52tt
The Jarge barn belonging to Fred! were a jack, a team of horses and:
Staker, 10 -miles southeast of Lib-a mule colt, together with the other
eral, was' burned to the ground contents. '.' ' ': . .. f
Tuesday mqrrringi. Wlith f.he barn j Mr. SUker had only left the barn
about twety minutes before' the'firi
was discovered, and has no idea of
the origin 'of the fire Nothag' was
saved from the.bulding. '.
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