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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT Liberal Ambulance I: Oi ...- S. A. MILLER, R. M. MEYER. AT THE METHODIST -T TABERNACLE SUNDAY . .Next Sunday will be special ser vices.' At the morning service the subject will be "Disarmament among the Natons." This is held in answer to the call of the Federal Council of Churches for a service of this kind. In the evening the Children's Day program will be given. Sunday school and Epworth League services as usual. You are welcome all day. SCRATCH Pads Just the thing for desk or school. The Democrat. RAILROAD NOTES pnniininmniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiinuiiiiiiii Mr. Wheat Grower, Attention I DON'T WASTE that scattered, shattered wheat left by I the machine at each stack-yard after threshing this year, j It is just as good wheat as any you will sell, but letf there it grows up resembling a thick green mat, being a nui- sance in preparing the ground, and a detriment to the next vear's cron. ' i. ' ' 1 THE RUTH GLEANERS, with a branch force at Liberal, are equipped with the machinery to quickly and thor oughly clean up all this wheat, separating from it the dirt and trash DON'T DELAY but sign the following statement and mail to THE RUTH GLEANERS, LIBERAL, KANSAS. PUT DOLLARS IN YOUR POCKET, and free next year's fields from those f uzzy, worthless patches which tell a story of two years loss and waste. I, (name in full) . . - of (address in full) desire THE RUTH GLEANERS to enter ,my fields consisting of acres, following threshing, and thoroughly clean up all shattered wheat left by the machine, delivering to me one-fourth (1-4), or the mar ket value of one-fourth (1-4) of all the wheat thus ob tained; which they agree to dp without expense to me. Signed: - ' C. H. CHAFFIN HUGOTON STAR ROUTE, LIBERAL, KANSAS UlUinilllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllH SAY! TILL ImZ&m d? wait Wt&0m$.. OUR' ' MOWERS H.BOY OUR LAWN MOWERS WILL MAKE THE CUTTING OF YOUR LAWN A PLEASURE INSTEAD OF A TASK. i OUR MOWERS ARE THE IMPROVED BALL-BEARING I! TYPES. THEY COME IN SEVERAL SIZES AND ARE GUARANTEED TO BE THE BEST MOWERS ON THE MAR KET. THE. BLADES ARE EASILY SHARPENED AND ARE QUICKLY ADJUSTED. COM IN AND BUY ONE OF THESE SPLENDID MOWERS IT WON'T COST MUCH. OUR HARDWARE WEARS Scandrett & Fuest MMiniiirciiiiiroiiiiiiiM B!nillll)!ll!ll!:il!lll!l!llllll!l!IIIIH!nili;il!l!!llllllllll!l!ll!l!!illlllll! , Bargain For Quick Sale Bungalow, six rooms and bath room; East front,-with either two or five lots; big swing, slide and other play ground equipment., An ideal place for the kiddies.. Will ( sell furnished if desired. One of the best homes in Sun nyside. "Will not be on the market long. Three fpont lots West Second Street, on pavement. No better buy for the money in Liberal. , ' Two East front lots in Northwest part of town, near school. A dandy location. , .... Ford Coupe, 1919 model. First class cohdition. , Satisfactory terms can be arranged on any' of the above.. . See or Phone 1480 ' , Walter J. Krohne, Owner Miss Grace Ely of the freight de pot, spent the week-end with rela. tives in Dalhart, Texas. Mn). . C. G. Stephenson went . to Pratt Friday for a visit with rela tives. She returned home Sunday. ' Mrs. A. T. Pittman and two little daughters left tne latter part of the' week for a visit with relatives in Missouri. Mrs. Tom S. Lane of - Dalhart, Texas, was in the city the .latter part of the week visiting with rela tives and friends. Mrs. C. G. Stevenson arrived from Pratt Sunday. She has been visiting there for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tact and fam ily left Friday for Wichita, where they will make a short visit Mr. Tact will then return to his work here and Mrs. Tact and the children will go to LeRoy, Kansas, to spend the summer. ( Mrs. T. J. McDermott, who was injured sometime ago by a fall, is getting along very nicely at present. Mrs. Woods returned the latter part of the week from the eastern part of the state, where she has been on an extended visit. From reliable information coming to vus,' we 'urge the public to get their winter's supply of coal now, as the production of coal in the United States so far this year is several mil lion tons below normal. With the cars necessary to move the crops and other commodities this late summer and fall, the railroads cannot furnish sufficient cars to the coal mines to keep them running full time, and as the stocks of coal are low in every community, the demand for coal this fall and winter will be far in excess of the production at the mines. Coal is something we are all liable to put off buying as long as possi ble, but we know how necessary it is for our health and comfort , Mrs. L. T. Williams and children returned to their home in Dalhart Tuesday after several days visit in Liberal. Mr. Irwin, trainmaster from Pratt was visiting friends in Liberal Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Herchel Ives who have been visiting in Oklahoma re turned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Boles returned I from an extended trip to Kansas City Sunday. Nine cars of canteloupes went thru here Monday. Kenneth Nelson left for Dalhart last week for several weeks visit with his sister, Mrs. Roy Rhea. Miss Flo Wimmer returned from a visit with relatives in Nara Visa, N. M., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cure and chil dren left the first of the week for Dallas, Texas, where they wll spend the summer vacation. i. .rv. x ill ft viii? inau ui im. i week for Wichita to look after busi-.g ness matters. g The wrecker was called to Dodge jl City the first of the week to remove the trash from the bridges to kepe them from being washed away by the high water. Z. L. Smth who has been spending his vacation in eastern Oklahoma has returned at work again. J. B. Cunningham is assisting at the round house during A. J. Cure's absence. Brjce Rezeau rcturne from a busi ness trip to Hutchnson Wednesday. The Liberal papers are loud in their nraises of Brice Rezeau for the part he took in the capture of the murderers of Longenecker and Smith. He never slept On the job but kept a constant line of . work ferriting out this and that clue until he was able to land the right men. Pratt Union ' . -Miss Jo Randies is here from Ne braska visiting friends. . , : : 5 . Carl Van, Riper, a prominent Dodge City attorney was here the first of the week attending court. CROPS' LOOK GOOD .. IN BACA COUNTY E. D. Cooper returned the first of the week from a business trip in the farming sections of eastern Colorado and western Kansas. Mr. Cooper has for several years been in charge of the John W. Baughman landaand states that this spring there is more land going into culti vation in the western country than han been put into' cultivation for more than five years and that he has contracted for several thousand acres of breaking on the Baughman lands on the crop plan, the farmers seeming anxious to handle the lands on this basis. While heretofore it was practically ... impossible to get the breaking done on a cash basis. Mr. Cooper also states that he finds the farmers over the country in -good humor over the crop pros pects nd price out look and that contrary to the farmers strike, sug gested last spring by some, they are putting forth a stronger and better directed , effort than for several years past and even when the gov ernment bad guaranteed the price of wheat at $2 per bushel there was not the effort being made to put out the wheat acreage that will be sown this fall.. Another thine Mr Cooner mm. tioned is quite in evidence, is that tie wheat crop in the vicinity of Lib eral excells any wheat which he saw growing over, the so called great wheat producing secton in the state of Kansas and that it is evident none of the yields will equal the yields from the Liberal terrtory this year. Dr.' Vera L. Young: CHIROPRACTOR . Palmar School Graduate Phones: Res. 2171; Office 218 ' . Office Miller Building Dr. D. B. HARDY Graduate Veterinarian Phone 3405 Liberal, Kansas EMERY TREKELL, M. D. Special Attention Given Obitetrlci II Call. Answered Day or Night Tel. Office 147 Res. 180 Miller Building Subscribe for The Democrat ,v D. K. Baty was .in the city Monday on a short business trip. The Palace ' Cleaners 'Opposite Morrow Hospital A. B. Mitchell- Phone 333 1 1 s S3 Adding Machine Paper.... When in need of Paper for your Adding Machine call Phone 116 and give your order. for one or a dozen rolls. . , ; . We carry it in stock for all makes of machines Best quality paper. Price Per Roll 30c; . 4 Rolls for $1.00 delivered Liberal Typewriter Exchange Office with The Democrat , ' Phone 116 i niiimiiiiiiwiiiiwiiiiiiiiuiiiiM imnimnrainimnniimimimimniiirnTUTnt m I Harvest Time Is Upon Us A Big Crop Is Promised E3 R g The Harvest Bill Will Be I it Big Enough at Best I Save on Groceries! j Big Stock and Rock Bottom Prices are here for your benefit. LIBERAL, KANSAS (.has. Kobinson or ifucklin was here this week attending court and visiting old friends. Atty. A. T. Bodle of Meade was among the out of town lawyers in attendance at the session of District Court ths week ' ' 1 r We have stocked heavily in anticipation , of a Big Harvest business and have pared down prices to the very lowest level. We have always had a big harvest business, but we want to in- a crease it this year, and we knowthat in order to do this, we must talk boh Quality and Price. ". -v.,. We are pricing you standard brand goods of first quality the kinds which have always proven the most economical in long run. We are ready to give you your full dollar's worth of value for every7 dollar, in good, fresh, dependable eatables for the harvest season. . , , i ? , ;' : We are not going to quote prices m this space, for the reason that it takes more room than we "have, at our disposal, but we ; jWant yoii to bring in your bill and let us telfyou what it will cost -you. if we cannot save you money, you don't have to leave it with us. ,.' . m O.M. Gates who has been spending g several months in 'Oregon, spent several days here with his brother- i-law, J. T.' Newby, on his way to Bucklin. He leff on No 2 Sunday. HELD UP ROUTE A CARRIER The report has . been going' the rounds that one day last week two men attempted to hold up- the mail carrier on route 'A. He had stopped to fix his car, when two men came from a hiding place ' in the field nearby, but they saw. another car coming down the road, and the rob berajisappeared. The . carrier ,aaid be did not know whether it was a joke or not but that he dd not know the men and believes it was the real thing. . . ' '. ' " " '. Meats... -y:...,: : , Since the addition of pur-Meat Market, we, can supply your needs in Fresh and Cured Meats at the lowest possible prices We are' 'here to serve yoii and only want a chance to show you that we are the people who can do, i RIGGLE BROTHEjRS GROCERIES Phone 26 MEATS aiiiBmiifflniiaii r 1