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Miss Gladys Newby assisted in the Summers store Saturday. .' A dock has been inserted in the floor of a new floor lamp by its designer. . Scorching Burning Glossing -cTtiese three, things -are impossible when we press your clothes. We press clothes with hot dry steam. Actu.ly sterilizing them in the pressing operation. , Make them look like new. Try Us Soon t Klean Klothes Klean We Call and Deliver Fone 2 OBITUARY Phylis Marie Newell was born in Oklahoma, May 20, 1915, and died in Liberal, Kansas, September 23, 1921. Little Phylis.was a bright and happy child; a favorite with all who knew her, and a source of delight ;.nd joy to her parents. . , She leaves to mourn her loss, her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. S. L; Newell of Guymon, Oklahoma ; one sister, and two brothers; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. New ell of Liberal, Mr. and Mrs. T.'R. Smith of Oklahoma,' and many other relatives and friends. v ' NOTICE All persons' owing notes to the es tate of Orville Davis will take notice that same must be paid within the next thiry days and muBt make ar rangements to settle within that time. This is imperative and for the i benefit of debtors. , I -Personals Altai Edwards1 returned to her home in Meade last. Friday.' Mrs. T. B. Presley and son were up from Hooker Saturday, shopping. 0. J. Hosklnson of Hugoton, was a business visitor 'in this city Friday. Mrs. Fred A. Berry was shopping in the city and visiting friends last Friday. Mrs. J. C. Wood and baby went to Tyrone, Saturday, for a short visit with relatives. ' guuuujcaiimnumHtwaoucmBmr i - Walter Holland of Preston, was in the city the last 6f the week, lock ing after land interests. Miss Barbara Stout of Arkalon, was visiting relatives and shopping in the city last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Justice Landreth were up from their farm near Donv 16t4c r r T Tta j V. S bev Oklahoma, last Fiday, Administrator. . Mrs. R. E. .Woods was in the city Eva Punner of Balko, Oklahoma, the latter part of last week, visiting with her Bister, Mrs. . Cora Eldridge, was shopping in the city Friday. The Amazon river and its tribu- miiiiiMWBiiiiiHHUimiiiiiiiiiimiMnin .HERE'S A PROPOSITION TO WOMEN ONLY Ladies, we can show you the. mean 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 B. E. KEATING Phone 53 ininiiininiMii Mr. and Mrs. David Shanks of Per fa.. t.nv Ko nnn miW nf navi. 1 yton, Texas, were transacting busi- ble water ways. j neM in Libera' few dav ,ast week, I Ralph Boles returned Friday from - Hutchinson, where he has been at tending the State Fair and Tractor H show. 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. Weems arrived Friday from Alamorgorda, New Mexico. .They will make their home in Liberal. Mr. and Mrs. Alphie C. Wooten 'went to Wichita Friday, and will visit there with Mrs. Wooten's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Weygandt and attend the Wheat Show.. Kelsey HinBhaw, who has been selling aluminum ware in this local ity . for the past few months, re turned to Wichita Thursday, to take lip his school work at Friends University. SEE US FOR A PRICE ON YOUR NEW HOME Paul W. Lights Company The Home Builders - iiiMiiuiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiim Ernest Adams of near Hooker, was in the city Saturday. tinimninmuinnfanianimnnBaaaaSJ Mrs. John Kern's and soh of Hugo- ton were visiting at the home of Mrs. Lennie Sole Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Edwards Mrs. Neighbors and Miss Susie Farmer dtove to Hugoton Tuesday, to attend the fair. . ' Ester Smith who has been in Cal ifornia for sometime, is attending the Potts Business College in Pas edena California. Mrs. Artie Hodges returned to her home in Hooker, Oklahoma, batur day, after undergoing a . successful 1 operation at a local hospital IIIIIIIIIMIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM Harness Reduction Sale THE END OF THE HARNESS SELLING SEASON LEFT US WITH-FIFTY SETS OF HARlNESS STILL UNSOLD, AND TO ELIMINATE FIRE RISK, AND ALSO CON VERT THESE HARNESS INTO CASH, I WILL SELL FOR THE ,NEXT TWO WEEKS ONLY . ' f Beginning October 1st ANL), ENDING OCTOBER 15th, THESE FIFTY SETS OF HARNESS AT 25 Reduction 8 Sets Heavy Breeching Harness 1 3-4 truces with heel chains; ring crown bridles to rein at back band; steel hanies. Were $85.00 Now $63.75 These harness' sold for $130.00 last year. ' 2 Sets Cable Trace Army Harness 1 1-2 inch crupper straps to hames; heavy Concord bolt hames; Army lines and bridles; breast and Sole straps included. One of the most serviceable arness on the market. I . Were $44.00 Now $33.00 5 Sets Heavy EreechingArmy Harness 1 3-4 inch, 3-scam traces with heel chains; broad spotted pads; 1 1-4 inch double hip straps. Extra heavy single ply breeching with 1 3-4 inch layers. 1 3-4 inch solved pole straps. Concord hames. Ar my lines and bridles.- Were $80.00 Now $60.00 This is a dollar, and a half's worth for a dollar. There is more real value wrapped up in this har ness, than has been offered in Liberal in he past sixteen years to my knowledge. 17 Sets Heavy Breeching ; f : 7 Army Harness 1 3-4 inch, 3-seam traces with heel chains; 1 1-4 inch, 3-ring hip straps; heavy single ply breeching: with 1 1-4 inch layers; Army lines and bridles; steel hames; good breast and pole sraps. 3 Sets Heavy Breeching HarnesS 1-3-4 traces with heel chains; 1 1-4 hip straps; Ar my lines and bridles. This is an exceptional value. Were $75.00 Now $56.25 lOSets Hip Strap Farm Harness 1 1-2 inch buckle traces; spotted backs with hooks and line rings; hip straps 1 1-8 inch; lines 1 1-8 in. Bridles, ring crown with round gag reins. 1 1-2 inch breast and pole straps witli spreaders and hitch reins. ' Were $65.00 Now $48.75 2 Sets Cable Trace Army Harness Ring crown bridles with 1 1-4 inch checks; adjus table hames; 1 1-4 inch double turn backs; 1 1-4 inch hip slraps;7-8 inch cruppers; breast and pole straps and lines included. Were $33.00 Now $24.75 3 Sets Harness Bodies - Single ply traces, 3 1-2 inches wide or 1 3-4 inch sewed traces; adjustable hames or bolt hames; 1 inchjiame straps. No lines, bridles, breast or pole straps. s ' " Were $32.00 . Now $24.00 -THE KIND OF MEN Emerson is not often improved up on. Hear im; "The true test of a civ ilization 1b not the census, not the size of cities, nor the crops, but in the kind of men the country turns out." True it is that "illfares the land, to hastening ills a pray, Where wealth accumulates, but men decay." This church is interested greatly in developing better men and women. We believe these . results come through Bible study and church at tendance,. We shall be glad to have you come with us on this platform. The Sunday school meets at 9:45. Next Sunday begins our new Sun day school year. Come, begin the new year with us. i Divine worship at 11 :00. The Sac rament of the Lord's Supper will be observed at this service. Every mem ber of the congregation is urged to be present at this service. The Christian Endeavor meets at 6:30 p. m. Topic for discussion: "Thy will be done with my time." "Matt. 6;7-15. This is consecration meeting. A full attendance is de. sired. Evening worship at 7 :30 p. m. Theme: "Belshazar's Feast" Non church goers and strangers espec ially invited. LIBERAL CIRCUIT Eureka Official board meeting on Friday night at the home of W. A. King. Sunday school on Sunday morn ing at 10:00 o'clock. Epworth League Sunday evening, at 7:30 o'clock. This is the beginning of 'a new ouarter, so let us hasten our step for this fall and winter. r" .:--.-jysk ii SADDLES Were $65.00 Now $48.75 These bodies make fine swing harness. We have 5 heavy stoftk saddles. They range from 16 inch to 2Q inch; swell fork and 30-inch skirts. 25 per cent, off regular prices This is the best time this year to buy a good harness or saddle at prices so far below normal and if you are in the market Come in Early. , " ' rG. Earl Ames Opposite Ford Garage Liberal, Kansas Phone 283 Wida Awake Mid-week services every Wcdnes day night These services ore start ing nicely after ' our summer vaca- iltion, and if you are not in atten g I dance it is your Toss, besides we need if ymr co-operation. Prny before you ' rtiie. Let, useful ourselves in rendi H i ness for the opening of 0"r special l ! revivnl services which begin Octo ! bcr 24th. Keep this date open be jj ! fore you. , 1 ! Do not fail to hear Mrs. Grin. HI stead Sunday' morning, October 9th, H i at the preaching hour. She has a I message that is worth your hearing. B. G. McCormick, Pastor Liberal Circuit, LITTLE CHILD RECEIVES i FRACTURED LIMB H. The six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Willis fell from a 1 i barn on which she was playing last jj Friday, and fractured her arm. She g! is getting along nicely now. , BABY THROWN FROM CAR ! The small child pf Carl Conhour, I who lives 17 miles northwest pf j town, was thrown from a car when i the car collided with another and 'wnt into the ditch. The child re ! ceived a fracture of the skull, but jj Is getting along nicely at this time. The other occupants of the ar were I uninjured. , ! Or M. Wood was here from Chi- I cago the last of the week looking ! after business matters. , fitmninniiirniiim ' Experiments are under way in Maine by scientists endeavoring to make paper from maple, beech and other hard woods. ' Have you overhauled your heat ing plant for the winter? No? Then why not do H before Fire Prevention Day, October 10, and forestall a pos sible firef- ""',:; ' : ,;:::,..-,.' V'! '.i!,..! ' . MJ'': mm As cream , use JJbby's Milk as it comes from , the can. II mu i ecipe calls f(ir milky dilute Libby's Milk with an equal quantity of water ' When you buy cauli- . 1 flower and other vege tables at your grocer's, buy a supply of Libby's Milk too. Vegetables creamed with it are unusually good. Use Libby's Milk for every milk or cream purpose. It is cow's -milk rich, convenient, economi- v cal and pure. . : Libby, M?Neill A tibby Chicago ' Let your Grocer be your Milkman Mrs. Earl Sent of Arkalon shopping in the city Saturday. Miss Effle White of near Hayne,' was shopping in the city Saturday. Claude Harkens of Moscow was business visitor in the city Saturday. Fred Muhn of Tyrone, had his ton- . Bils removed Friday at a local hos pital.;.; ''! .,' . '.;.': V Miss Blanche Jones came up from the, ranch Sunday for a visit with friends. ' ' ' '. '