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The Liberal democrat. (Liberal, Kan.) 1911-1924, June 16, 1921, Image 9

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TIE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
WILL SACRIFICE f LAYER PIANO
For quick turnover will sacrifice
price. Player in our possession near
Liberal and must be moved, at once.
Easy payments. Write quick for
particulars to The Denver Music
Company, Denver, Colorado. 62t5c
THE MISSES CURE ' ,
PLAY AT THE SANFORD
Hisses Mildred and Ruth Cure are
playing; at the New Sanford Cafe
during the lunch and dinner hour,
and their programs are affording the
patrons much pleasure. The girls
are splendid pianists and this work is
good for them.
The real test of ability is pleasing
the public it is, in truth, the only
test The pubic will not be fooled
nor does it express appreciation if it
does not feel it. By pleasing the
patrons of the Sanford, Misses Cure
have proved themselves capable to
entertain : and it goes farther than
just the gushing admiration of inti
mate friends.
HEN HATCHES QUAIL EGGS
Out on the Charley Miller farm,
west of town, is a mother hen with
a family of eighteen little quail
trotting around after her. This came
about when Mr. Miller found a
quail's nest in a field in which he was
listing, and he pat the eggs under
a setting hen with the result that
she hatched the whole nestful and
now has a host of baby quail run
ning to her clucking. When hatched
it is said the quail were' only about
the size of a bumble bee.
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FINDS A BULL SNAKE ' v
IN A LARGE POTATO
Mrs. I. N. Clodfelter bought some
potatoes at a local grocery store last
week, and when preparing them for
cooking, cut open a large one and
was very much astonished to And a
baby 'bull snake curled inside. The
snake was eighteen inches long and
very small. '
Paul Light made a business trip to
Kingman Saturday.
Mrs. W. C. Barrell and children
of Pratt, returned to their home
Monday, after spending several days
visiting with friends and relatives in
Liberal. . 1
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You'll Come Again !
You want pblite, speedy, efficient service,
. don't you?
, We give real service. ,
.We are equipped to supply you with what
youewant at a fair price. We want you to come
again.
Take lubrication, for example. We are Correct
Lubrication experts. Let us tell you the correct
grade of Gargoyle Mobiloils .to use in your car
summer and winter. The Vacuum Oil Company's
Chart of Recommendations specifies the correct
grade.
We have the Chart and we have the oil.
Let us give you the service and the satisfaction
that you are looking for.
i
Peoples Oil & Supply Co.
Between Hotels Liberal, Kansas
Frank Johnson returned to his
work at Gorman's store' Friday, after
a ten days' vacation. Mrs. Johnson
came in thV first of the week by rail,
Frank driving the car home,
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EUREKA ITEMS
Wheat and row crops look fine.
John King has rented the Shaffer
farm and his brother Lee and his
father and mother will live with
him. .
There were only a few out to
Sunday school a week ago on ac
count of the rain.
Grandma Capps is staying with
Mrs. Vanee Capps while he is away.
The little Ring children who now
have scarlet fever 'are getting along
nicely.
Mabel Lawson and one of the
Meyer boys- both have the scarlet
fever but are getting along alright
C. E. Morehouse anl family -and
L. A. and family and W. T. Capps
and family went 'n 011 Mrs. C. H.
Morehouse and surprised her, it be
ing her birthday.
Rev. McCormick preached for us
Sunday evening, it being the first
time he has been able to preach for
about six weeks.
Mrs. ChaB. Newman's brother
Ben Harris and family are here vis
iting her and their mother who lives
southeast of Liberal.
We had 110 out to Sunday school
last Sunday. Our contest is doing
good an our Sunday school is grow
ing in interest '
Elbert King was able to get out
to Sunday school the first since he
returned from the hospital.
Vance Capps and his brothers
Sidney of Tyrone and Walter re
turned from their trip to Eric, Okla.
Friday.
C. H. Morehouse is making a
header barge and all are getting
ready for harvest.
Harvest will begin the last of this
week or first of next.
Mrs. W. A. King and Mrs. C. E.
Morehouse called on Mrs. W. H.
Capps Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
Capps is on the sick list but is better.
Goodrich 30x3)
antiskid safety tread
fabric tire
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Goodrich TircPricca
teducedO per ce&t
The last word in Quality
The best word in Price
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324
334
334
344'
335
355
SILVZRTOWN CORDS
24.SO
$32.90
Hl.85
43.10
47.30
M8.40
$49.65
58.90
61.90
TUBES
2SS
190
355
3.70
450
HB5
4.75
555
550
Fabric Tires
Smwh3Q3 E00 Safc!y3Z490
sW 303 13.45 Stfay 33-4 2830
$a 303 D0 Safety 334$37i5
Effective May 2
Goodrich 30X3I fwe Tbints of 'Excellence
MIIIIIUMHIIUIIM
B a
1. One quality
2. fytra size
3. Specially designed
4. oAnti-skid
5. Fair price
The name cf Goodrich on a tire means
one quality only. Like all other Goodrich
tires this ?0.31 is one quality. This stand
ard ii a fixed principle, and that quality
must be the best our resources, skill and
experience can produce.
THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY
' oAkron, Ohio
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fiiiniuuiiiM
Cars
lw.-2-25j-"V't
"The Pkce to Buy When You Want to Build"
Lumber
Builders' Hardware
Texas Plaster
Magnestone Stucco
NONE BETTER
Paints
' MONARCH 100 Per Cent Pure
NEU-TONE FLATWALL
CEIX)ID TSemi-Gflass Something high class for in
side walls '
AMBERLJTE fdr floors and woodwork An article
, worth the money
Sundry Paint items of fiir descriptions
We Want Your ( Business
; M: Clark Lumber
r.-:, Phone 112 v ,v
If you are in the mar
ket for a New or good
Used Sar, it' will pay
you to see what we
have before you buy.
We have some good
Cars and the prices
are right
Batteries
When you need a Battery
get an
0 K Giant Dry
Re-chargeable
Battery
No danger of :
"Running Dry"
"Overcharging"
"Buckling Plates"
"Freezing"
"Too Much Water"
"Neglecting Water."
Put in this Battery and
forget your car has one.
Casings
Exclusive ,
Headquarters for
Goodrich
Truck Gords
32x4 1-2 .?47.30
33x5 $58.90
35x5 -161.90
We always have a com
plete stock of
Casings and Tubes
for Cars
MANN AUTO CO.
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limniiiitnwiiiiiiM
I. Greenberg went to St. Louis
Monday on a short business trip.
A6e Heibert of Tyrone, was In
Liberal Sunday, visiting with friends.
Mrs. J. W. Phillips of Hugoton,
was shopping in the city Monday.
A. T. Wright of Tyrone, was in
the city Monday visitinp and trans
acting busines. ' ; '
M
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Mrs. R.-T. Wormer of Plains was
shopping and visiting m the city
Monday. .
Ralph Love of Balko, Iklahoma,
was in Liberal Monday for chiro
practic and looking after business
matters.
Mi. and Mrs. L. J. Porter of the
Porter Drug company of Hugoton,
were in Liberal Sunday visiting
witl friends.
Mi. and Mrs. J. Emmons ef Cleve
'and, Oklahoma, arrived in th city
Monday. .They will rnaka their f a
' j re home her. -
For high plass printing see the
Democrat office. .
; J. H. Willis of Tyrone, was a Lib
eral visitor Monday.
- Mrs. H. M. Wooten of Plains, was
in 'Liberal Monday, consulting with
physicians. .
H. H. Landess of Pratt, was in
Liberal Monday, transacting busi
ness matters.
J. B. Skinner, the Insurance man,
is here this' week business.
Mrs. Louts Wolfenkohler, who has
been in Kansas City for the past two
weeks consulting with physicians,
returned home Tuesday. "
TEACHERS EXAMINATION
The regular examination for
teachers' certificates will be held
Friday and Saturday, . July 1-2, at
the court bouse, beginning at 8
.c'ciock;;-.,'...j ,. . " . ;;
Emma Thompson
B2t2c ' . Co. 6upt
Miss Esther Herbert of Halstead,
is here visiting with friends.
1 J. H. Goertzler of near Tyrone,
was trading in town Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Parson of
Plains, were in Liberal Monday on
business.
L. W. Murphy of Sublette, was a
business visitor in Liberal Saturday
IIIUIIIIIII
Miss Wanie Condit, H. C. Franklin
and Verne Hamden returned Sunday
night from Kingman, where they
League Tnstitute. ,
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Subaerlba for Tha DeiMerat,
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BRYAN FRANCES MARRIED,
' Bryan Francis, son of R. W.
Francis of this city, was married in
Pratt, June 11, to Miss Mabel Nigh,
of that city. Bryan made his horn
in Liberal for several . years where
he has a host of friends. He is now
working in Pratt Where he and his
bride will ' make their home." '
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