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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
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J. E. Lewis of Salina, was a visitor
in the city this week.
S. G. Hatfield of Pratt, visited in
Mty the latter part of the week.
Jas. E. Ritx of Burlington, was an
out-of-town visitor here Saturday.
H. E. Rooch of Salina, was visit
ing in the city over the week-end.
Miss Lottie Edwards was down
from Meade Monday shopping.
H. C. Dunham of Copeland, was in
the city Tuesday, attending to busi
ness matters. - j
Newell Beam of McBherson, was
.transacting business in the city this
week.
E. 0. Bennett of Beaver, Okla
homa, was a business visitor in the
city the latter part of the week.
I. F. Briggs of Brockett, Mass.,
vas a business visitor in the city last
Saturday.
C. R. Ruttenburg of Minneapolis,
Minnesota, was among the out-of-town
visitors-in Liberal Saturday.
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Sheet Music
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Who Does Not Need to Advertise
Is the One Whose Wife is a Widow
See the Democrat Man
He Will Tell
3000 People About You
Any Week or
, ' , Every Week of the Year
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Drive your car up on our grease rack now while you think of it and let us give it
a good greasing. "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."
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Nabisco Items
' Everyone is invited to attend the
all-day services at Nabisco church
Thanksgiving Day. In the forenoon
there will be preaching, then a bas
ket dinner; after which a program
will be rendered by the children.
Mr. and Mrs. C A Deems attended
the Eawson sale in the Appleton
neighborhood last Thurslay.
Mr. Sellers is visiting at the home
of his son, Robert, near Moscow, this
week. Ed went up there Saturday,
and returned -Sunday evening. -
Several in this vicinity are hauling
and stacking their feed.
Mrs. T. L. Brown is visiting her
daughters, Mrs. Dotson and Mrs.
Gregory in Liberal this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Shaw spent
last Monday night at tjie home of
Mrs. Plunk.
Mr. and Mrs. Southern and family
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Southern near Tyrone last
Sunlay.
James Lewis and family visited
with Luther Shaw and family last
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis and child
ren took dinner at the H. V. Archer ;
home in Liberal Saturday.
Miss Maxine Lowry, who has been
working for Mrs. Charlie Sellers, is
home again now and has re-entered
school.
, Mr. and Mrs. Nix entertained at
dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mitts, Mrs. Leiser, Mr. and Mrs. A.
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I. Williams and two children, and
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis and two
younger children.
' Last Thursday John Mitts and
wife, Luthor Shaw and family, Joe
Lewis and family, and Mr. and Mrs.
Gywinn and Henry Brown Bpent the
' day at Mrs. Plunk's. The men-put
in the day working on the windmill.
I We think from the crowds that
attended the big airplane "doings"
at Liberal last Saturday and Sunday,
that almost everybody and their re
lation must have been there.. Any
I way, we think thai' it, was an inter
I esting sight to a greater part of the
large crowd, and much enjoyed by
all.
Rev. Strickland of Tyrone, filled
his appointment at the church Sun
day afternoon.
T. L. Brown ate Sunday dinner at
E. R. Sheirill's.
Lee Leverton has sold his interest
in the barber shop at Tyrone, and
he and his wife left Saturday night
for California. We hope they will
like their new home and also wish
them prosperity. We regretted very
much to lose them from our midst.
Let us see more out to bunaay;
school next Sunday. We believ.e the
interest is growing and would appre
ciate the presence of everyone in
this neighborhood. Let everybody
feel that it is their Sunday school.
Mrs. Chas. Lorenze went to Tyrone
Tuesday for a short visit with friends.
T. L. Huddleston and H. Murray of
Forgan were up the first of the week
visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Fechtler were up from
Hooker Friday and Saturday. They
called at the Molthop home while here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Riney and child
ren returned last week from a visit at
Protection Kansas.
Mrs. George Chittenden and Grace
and Clarence left Wednesday for Chi
cago for a visit with relatives.
Mrs H. W. Lamaster returned Wed
nesday from Texhomma .'where she
funeral of Mr. Yates. '
Mrs. C..C. Scates of Garden City
; visited at the home of her brother
Frank G. Boles this week.
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L. S. Miller of Kansas City was a
business visitor this week.
P. E. Hatfield of Pratt was
visiting friends and relatives.
here
Miss Emma Jaquins visited at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Orr, near'
near Forgan a few days this week.
Mrs. L. A. Etzold left Wednesday
for Fowler where she will visit Mrs.
Geo. Hall for a few days,
Mrs. Barbee who has been In Wich
ita for some time vistng wth her par
ents arrived Wednesday night and vis
ited a few days with relatives here a
few days before returning to her home
in Holla.
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Latimer and
children returned Wednesday from an
extended visit in South Carolina.
Mrs Thomas McGuire and daugh
ters Elizabeth, Teresa, . Thelma, and
Margaret returned to their home in
Tyrone Wednesday afternoon after
attending the wedding of Miss Ger
trude Lane and Mr. LaGue.
W. H. Feather, Judge Campbell and
Abe K. Stoufer left Tuesday for To
peka where they will attend a County
Oficers Convention. . 1
SUGGESTIVE READING
You will hear it said that such and
such a magazine prints suggestive
stories, meaning that they present
corrupting ideas in attractive dress.
But there is a suggestive reading also
of quite a differtnt sort the suggest
iveness that quickens the reader's
sence of duty, stimulates , ambition,
gives the reader courago to face ad
versity, fortifies against yielding
easily to temptaton. It is this better
kind of suggestiveness that you will-
find on almost every page ' of the
Youth's Companion. Which of these
two kinds of sugestiveness would you
wish to have exert an influence in
your family life?
The 62 issues of 1!22 will be crowd
ed with serial stories, short stories,
editorials, poetry, facts and fun. Sub
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1. The Youth's Companion 52 issues
in 1922.
2. All the remaining issues of 1921.
3. The Companion Home Calendar
for 1922.
All for $2.50
4. Or include McCall's Magazine, the
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publications, only $3.00.
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Thanksgiving Day, and bring it back to you
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Mrs. H. M. Forbes of Arkalon, and
sister, Mrs. Brecktel, were shopping
in the city Monday.
O. L. Sharp arrived Tuesday from
Texhoma, Oklahoma, where he has
been on a short business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Roberts re
turned to Kansas City Tuesday, after
a short business visit here.
Judge J. W. Campbell left Tues
dav for Topeka, on a short business
and pleasure trip.
Lattie Green of Alva, Oklahoma.
nent Sunday in the city visiting with
friends and watching the airplanes
frolic around. ' ...
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Dress Up For
Thanksgiving
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We vH" conic and get
vour Suit and clean and I
press it all ready for i
R. C. Lewis of Logan, Oklahoma,
was an out-of-town visitor taking in
the celebration here Saturday and
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Welch and fam
ily of Wilburton, Oklahoma, visited
at the home of Mr. Welch's mother,
Mrs. M. V. Welch, over the weekend.
Misses Margaret Demmit of Tex
homa, Oklahoma, NoHie Smith of
Da! hart, Texas, and Irene Jones v's
ited a few days at the Craig home.
Rev. D. P. Montgomery and son,
Floyd, arrived Tuesday from South
Carolina. , They will have charge of
the evangelistic meetings being held
at tb. Baptist church. '
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