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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
' General Dawes, director - of the National Budget brigade, la a banker, lawyer, engineer soldier, golfer,' vio linist, composer i (Frit Kreisler has played his compositions in public and has much to say about them), family man, and he'd be a good printer, too, from the things he handed to Con gress about the Graham investiga ting committee . J. A. Brooks left Sunday after noon for Pratt, on a few days busi ness trip. Floyd and Luella Brightup left Saturday for Haviland, where they will attend school this year. Miss Cordia Parson of Hooker, is Wsitiny with Misses Lthei and Anna Cross this week. IllltlUjlllllllWI! S Miss Bessie Bullock, returned last Thursday night from Kansas, City and points jn Eastern Oklahoma, where ' she has been visiting for a Vew weeks. i ' A Minnesotas inventor's ware house truck is equipped with a spring motor to help it up inclines, the spring being wound by running the truck over level floor. R. E. Woods, engineer on the Rock Island line, died at his home in Pratt Saturday morning. H. N. Witt returned Sunday noon from short business trip . to the Garden City district. Misses Fern Ellis and Nina Ha worth left Friday for Haviland, A pneumatis chisel has been de signed for removing old mortar from bricks. f FARM BUREAU DAY AT FAIR where they will attend school this year. DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES We Can Fit You Per- fectly with Kryptok Lenses Examination Free Dr. E. F. PELLETTE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Booms in the Peoples State' s Bank Building CARD OF THANKS We desire to thank our many friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted us during the sickness' and death of our dear , father, T. M. Bowles. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Sliger, Mr and Mrs. H. L. Monroe, L. A, Perry and Family. MORROW HOSPITAL Third St. and Kansas Ave. LIBERAL. KANSAS A. M. MORROW Physician and Surgeon B. H. DAY Specialist Eye, Eye, Nose and Throat iiiimiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii:ii Refinished Automobiles.... m Our re-finished Huicks look and run like new; H are better than many a new car of other makes, g All work done within- our plant equipped with modern facilities and expert supervision. m ; Top find Paint departments equipped to han- m die any class work desired. Thirty (30) used autis 1 to select from Some with very little sendee. Touring, Roadster, Coupes v Delivery Trucks : Light Cars $150.00 upwards jj Liberal terms. Our guarantee vouched for jj by our customers. 1 We Trade 1 RENO BUICK CO. 1 : 101-103 First, West Hutchinson, Kansas Sm Miiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiuiiiuiir Topeka, Sept. 15. Dr. W. M. Jaf dine, president of Kansas State Ag ricultural college,, and George E. Tucker, president of the Greenwood County Farm Bureau, were the main speakers on Farm Bureau Day at the Topeka Free Fair here yesterday, September 14th. Mr. Jardine advo cated closer cooperation among the different fhrnj organizations of Kansas, and Mr. Tucker reviewed the work that ha sbeen accomplished by the county, state, and national farm bureau organizations. Other speak ers were J. C. Mohler, secretary of Kansas State Board of Agriculture, and Ralph Snyder, president, and Charles R. Weeks, secretary, of the Kansas' State Farm Bureau. Dr. F. W. Huddleston Physician in Charge, Liberal Hospital Will Do General Practice Pkon..t Home 179; Office 45; Hospital 378 LIBERAL, KANSAS (First Published Sept. 9, 1921) ; NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior: U. S. Land Office at Topeka, Kan' sas, September 3, 1921. Notice is hereby given that Wil liam T. Wear of Moscow, Kansas, who, on March 14. 1917. made Ad ditional Homestead Entry, Serial No. "4704, 014245 D. C. for WHE W SE U, Section 21, Township 31 S., Kange 34 W. 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before the Clerk of the Dis trict Court of Seward County, Kan sas, at Liberal, Kansas, on the 17th lay of October, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: A. J. Schmook. Charles Rand. A O. Ridenour and C. E. Downing, all jf Moscow, Kansas. GEORGE ALLEN. Register SEE US FOR A PRICE ON YOUR NEW HOME Paul W. Light & Company The Home Builders miiililllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllilli; iltllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIM THE SIMPLE LIFE. Simple living Is not so much an economic u's(iiii tiu it Is u uiorul quest Ion, tin inorullly pint rcliitliiK lo the duly out- owes to himself and others to l:'ep himself well In hnily, Aoul mid inliiil. That Is lliu ohJiH't of simple living not to save money, says the Ohio State Journal. The lili'i) Is to make a person's liraln clear mid clean, ho lie will think clear llioucliU and take to clean living. A liraln that Is bhlvkeniMl hy rli'li and luxurious liv ing Is very upt to lie closed with pas sIoiih anil prejudices, with scltlshneMi and sonllilncss. Not always, of course, but that Is the tendency. A person can contaminate a great portion of Ills spirit mid come mighty near destroying his faith In Mod, by' eating all xoi'iH of rich and expensive foods. You may take u hoy and feed lilm on luxurious and seiisoned diet, and his future des tiny Is collapsed, of course, some peo ple will turn with ridicule on the Idea, and describe simple living as a boiled turnip und a glass of water, but simple living means an uppetlte for simple things, that make tor health, work and u gentle spirit. jfllllMllHIIIIIUIIHIUIIIIIM Ford Prices Again Reduced New Prices Effective At Once A first necesssry movement toward naval disarmament Is a disarmament of suspicion. dJIIIIIIllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM .. "- null mm, ifl'-'hi l"' ' V r Chassis . .'. ,. . . $295.00 Runabout, standard $325.00 Runabout, with Starter $395.00 Touring Car, standard $355.00 Touring, with Starter $425.00 Coupe $595.00 Sedan $660.00 Truck ...... . $445.00 Prices are F. O. B. Detroit, Michigan This Is no time for the Philippines to seek Independence. It Is too diffi cult to borrow money. We have, found something human about the former kaiser at last. He la kicking about his taxes. The Pineapple Plant The pineapple plant which Is a bien nial, grows about two feet high and produces a'. single axis and flower stalk. The fleshy part of the stiilk forms the fruit, which Is crowned by a cluster of leaves. It was Introduced Into Europe by the Spaniards after their explorations iu South America. The earliest mention of the plucupple In England was mude by John Evelyn, English author, In his "Dlury," In which he speaks of having tasted a pineapple from Barbados ut the table of Churles II. We do not doubt that the relativity theory of Professor Einstein Is a mat ter of Interest and Importance, but we find after Investigation that we can obtain a deeper anil more widespread interest by discussing the price of THESE EXTREMELY LOW PRICES WILL STIMULATE BUY ING AND A CAR SHORTAGE WILL BET BOUND TO FOLLOW PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW GET YOUR CAR WHEN YOU WANT IT Liberal Auto Supply Co. Biggest Garage in Southwest Kansas West Second Street , Liberal, Kansas i There Is much unemployment, but It looks as If a down .were trying to sidestep honest labor for every one who Is sincerely looking for a Job with out rollertop desk, cushioned chair and red-headed stenographer attachments. Registered Holsteins For Sale I am ottering for sale four Pure Bred Hoi- 1 stein Cows, two giving milk, two to freshen 1 soon. These are A No. 1 cows, as good as 1 there are in the country. If in the market for a first-class cow, have a look at these. Also offer two registered Holstein Bulls, 1 one a yearling and one a 1 -month old calf. 1 These arc well-bred vand will make excep- 1 tionally good ones. Will be glad to show them If you want some dandy Holsteins HERE THEY ARE! O. W. Spradling Liberal, Kansas 1 1 ' ' ' 1 wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiipiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH II11IIIIIUII11II1UIIIIIIIIIIII111IIIIIIII11I011II1IMIIII MilWllllllUllIlIlil If that proposal to abandon, the ti tles "doctor" and "professor" In col leges Is carried out, It will go hard with the beauty specialists and profes sional hypnotists. The Cost of government of all kinds, national, state county and city, Is said to be' 82 per capita, and very few of us are entirely suited with what we are getting for out) money:' Artificial eyelashes are suggested to fashion experts. Embellishments have become so transforming that acquaint ance may have to carry thumbprints for purposes of Identification. How would you like to live and be In business la a place where there Is no congestion downtown and there are seats to spare' on all the street cars during the rush hourst Ton can't wonder at the number of Tile wretches and scoundrels In the world when yon reflect how asny men there are who disagree with yon about politics and religion. iiuiiiuniiiu liiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii 3.1 vV w - a. a M M i ti run v mm t am!-- Ses6S.w' w - ' The only way that a "hired man" can over own pro perty of hit own is to put regularly a PART of bis earm ings into the bank. The only way that a property owner can buy mora pro. party i to bank part of HIS INCOME. Monoy piUs up fait if you will Ut it STAY in tbo bank ayid koop on adding to your balance. Try itj you will WE INVITE YOUR BNkW BUSINESS THE PEOPLES STATE BANK 5SBI85SSJ The Hisses Mary and Irene Etzold and Nilie Kneeland left Saturday for Manhattan, where they will resume their work in K. S. A. C. , Miss Esther Paxton left Monday morning for Wichita, where she will visit at the ' home 'of. her brother, Howard Payton, for a few days be fore going to Enterprise, were she will attend school this year. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Ira Einey on last Tuesday, September 6th, a baby girl Knickerbocker suits are becoming quite popular with the girls 01 1m edgo and New York's smart setSy The MacMillan Expedition to tne Far North carries with It a wireless, outfit that may keep it in touch with civilization. .