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TOE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
Society Mesdames. A. P. Gorman, L. W. Stpvpsson. L. E. Johnson. John W. Mrs. A. F. Gorman , enterUined BaUKhmani RaIph Summergi Frank the Auction Bridge club at her home SummerSi Lee Larrabee, H. V. Tuck Tnesday evening. . er jr., Tom Blakemore, W. E. Wilson, The Royal CiU tlass of Friends ! ' Aat, M. H. Levi W L Ekel, church Held heir regular monthly ; Connelly, O. W. Spradling, 0. social at the church Friday night. J. Wilkms, Harry Malone Alpha Em Afker a short business session, the - E.' W. Dav.s. H A, Gaskill, Jno. evening was spent in music and Moss, Ira Rmey Abe K Stoufer, T. garner-after which a delicious oyster W. Gaw M. E. Clark, J Igou J. L. supper was served ' ' Biltf!;en- W- E- Tynan' Wm' Brown' t t Margaret .lordon, 'Neil of Winfield, St. Andrew. Guild Meet. . Johnson . of Chicago, Roy Twist of St. Andrews Guild met at the home Meade, and Ridenour of Wichita, of Miss Kate Wright Friday, January ! Mrs E, 1entertnintd heP i;itn. At tne close or tne regular ,. . . , . , Tnod.v business, the annuul reports were read and an election held. The fol lowing officers were selected for the coming year: ' ' President Miss Kate Wright; Vice president Mrs. W. G. Young; Secretary Mrs. Harry Mussey; Treasurer Mrs. Perry Eaton. Delicious refreshments were then served, and the meeting adjourned to meet with Mrs. Will Naylor, 408 North Lincoln Avenue, on Friday, January 28th. t t t Entertain at Bridge and Kenimgton Mrs. M. W. Dunlap and Mrs. R. E., Colvin were hostesses at two de lightful occasions Tuesday and Wed nesday afternoons, at the Dunlap home on North Prospect, when they entertained at Kensington on Tues day, and at Bridge on Wedneslay. evening at her home. The class was organized, after which a social hour was enjoyed and delicious refresh ments served. ttt Mis. W. 0. Woods entertained at luncheon Thursday for Mrs. Mar garet Jordan, Mrs. M. H. Flood, Mrs. Klotz, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Met zel of Chicago, and Mrs. Neil of Win field, sisters of Mrs. Woods. ttt Little Folks Entertained Mrs. L. B. Wilkins entertained at her home on North Kansas Monday afternoon for her neice, Ruth Reed er, of Wichita, who is visit'ng her. The occasion was Ruth's fifth birth duy and a number of her little friends enjoyed the afternoon with her, as well as greatly enjoyint the U!ll..1.. a1.-a urfth ila Avo PAnHlpR. The color scheme was beautifully me gpent the aUernon nlaying games, after which the 'de licious refreshments were served. Those present were: Lucile Neigh bors, Mary Jane Kennedy, Buddy Kennedy, Elizabeth Lee Eldndge and Catherine Wilkins. ' Ht Entertained at Dinner Mrs. J. L. Biltgen entertained at dinner Tuesday-evening at her home north of the city for: Messrs. and Mesdames A. F. Gor man, M. E. Clark, Harry Gaskill, J. E. George and W. L. Tynan. t t The - Ladies Auxiliary will meet Monday evening. All members are urged to be present as some very im- M-'nit business matters are to be discussed. Each member is request ed to bring 75c. which are the na tional dues, and are due at this time. carried out in pink and white. The carnation shaded light and lighted candles gave a beautiful effect to the decorations. A delicious three-course luncheon was served. The favors were pink carnations. The Kensington guests were: Mesdames Chas. Summers, F. W. Huddleston, E. Trekell, Osa Nichols. Chas. Sealcy, Wier Brown, H. V. Tucker, Joe Burwick, W. O. Woods, J. E. Donnelly, Clott, J. E. George, C. D. Gasaway, C. E. Woods, Paul Schenks, T F Hopkins, F. M. Beaty, J. T. Newby, Warren Zimmerman, G T. Colvin, Jennie Karau, Margaret Jordon, M. H. Flood, John Bolin, and Mrs. Johnson of Chicago, and Mrs. Neil of Winfield; Misses May Flood, Rose George, June Cox, Hazel and Ruth Wolley. The bridge guests were: Reserve District No. 10 Charter No. 6720 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF . THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Liberal, in the State of Kansas, at the close of business on December 31, 1921 RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including re-discounts (except those shown in b and c) $433,492.79 Total loans '. 433,492.79 Deduct: Notes and bills i discounted with Fed- ' eral Reserve Bank (other than bank ' . acceptances sold) $53,337.10 J $53,337.10 $380,155.69 Overdrafts, unsecured, $033.16 033.16 U. S. Government securities owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) $25,000.00 All other United States Government securities 45,400.00 Total : 70,400.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: 7,053.82 Banking house, Furniture and Fixtures 12,500.00 Real estate owned other than banking house 600.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank . 25,002.44 Cash in vault and amount due from national banks 51,228.80 Checks on other banks in same city or town as reporting bank.... 3,378.03 Total of Items9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 $54,000.83. Checks on banks located outside of city or townof reporting bank and other cash items 1,189.80 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 1,250.00 Total $553,291.74 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $ 50.000.00 Surplus fund . 25,000.00 Undivided profits $1,666.53 Reserved for interest and taxes accrued 5,184.91 ' j $6,851.44 6,851.44 Circulating notes outstanding 24,500.00 Amount due to national banks 11,599.12 Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States and foreign countries '. 10,038.33 Cashier's chucks on own bank outstanding 24,465.01 Total of. Items 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 '. :....$46,102.46 , Demand deposits,' (other than bdnk deposits, subject to reserve: Individual deposits subject to check 346,416.20 Certificates of deposit due in less than thirty days (other than for " money borrowed) ' 7,084.65 Total of demand deposits (other than bank' deposits) subject to reserve ; $353,500.85 Tim deposits subject to Reserve) Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) 32,324.21 Postal savings' deposits ?. 12.78 Total of time deposits subject to Reserve $32,336.99 Bills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Bank (includ ing all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts) : 15,000.00 . Total..... ;. $553,291 .74 state oi Kansas, uounty of Seward, ss: Ir C.E. Woods, Cashier of the iibove named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. (SEAL) Correct Attest: W. H. Feather, J. E. George, L. A. Etzold, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of January, 1922. Jennie Karau, , -'; '. ' .' v ; ; - . ' Notary Public i My commission expires February 26, 1922. .. ' ... 11 .1 SOON WILL CLOSE AT 1 . u- L f9 I III i ii ! IIIIIW lllllB millBl Wll Only a short time remains in which to take advantage of the saving on Seasonable Goods in this January Clearance and if you belong to the thrifty bunch who would dress well at the least expense you will want to outfit yourself and family while you can do so at these money-saving prices. Good lines throughout the sore enable you to select wisely and satisfactorily. Do not wait until the close of the event and wish you had come make it a point to share with your friends the low prices on new and quality merchandise right wJien you need it. Big Shoe Clear ance Continues Dozens of pairs of de sirable footwear at a fraction f original cost Ladies Fine Shoes; $10, $12.50, $15.00 and $17 50 on sale at $4.39 'One large assortment of Women's Shoes and Oxfords. Big values $3.98 Children's House Slip pers, all new; ml and blue, on sale at $1.39 14 pair Ladies Shoes; black and brown; but ton and lace; medium heels; good values at . $2.19 Six pair Ladies' Shoes; small sizes,.' on sale at $1.19 a pair Six pair Men's Work Shoes $3.87 a pair 27, pairs T fen's Dress and Work Shoes Values iii) to $9.00 $1.87 Satin Slippers Black, brown, grey and l blue, nil at One-Half Price REDUCTIONS STILL IN EFFECT ON Ladies and Misses Suits, Coats and Dresses The closing days of this January Clearance Event are full of op portunities in the Ready-to-wear section on the second, floor. Ginghams Good Values on sale at 10 yards for Misses & Childrens Wool Dresses $ 6.25 9.75 10.00 10.75 11.50 13.00 1350 11.50 16.50 4 17.75 values values values values values values values values values values now now now now now now now now now now on sale, on sale on sale on sale on sale. on sale on sale on sale. on sale. on safe. .$ 4.19 . 6.19 .. 6.19 .- 7.19 . 7.19 . , 8.19 . 919 . 9.19 . 10.19 . 11.19 t',r. i 'l it w I mm- iSice, uiigiii and clean Outings 11c per Yard Wool Goods AIlMensandBoysCaps $1.00 values on sale at $ .79 on gaJe a just 1.50 values on sale at ..98 , - 1.25 values on sale at .89 1 H 2.00 values on sale at .- 1.42 V' T1CC 2.50 values on sale at 1.85 v ;. ' ; 300 values on sale at 2.15 2-75 values oh sale at "1-98 . r . '"': ?Srrlrr,:::::::::lil SilkUnderwearSpecial 1.00 values on sale at 3.27 T " ' ' r 4.25 values onsale at 3.49 ' AM Ladies' Silk Un-y- J, 4.50 values on sale at--- 3.78 erweEfff .Oil Sale at 3 7 S 0n 5.00 values on sale at , . . . Zjw.. ) 7.50 values on sale at -. 6.27 dlSCOUnt OI v OUTING GOWNS ON SALE AT OI IE-HALF PRICE Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Irwin and child ren , Marie, Paul and Kntherinc, were dinner guests of Mrs. N G Moody Friday evening t t , At the regular meeting: of the Rcbekah Lodge Monday evening, the Vice President of the State Assem bly, Mrs. Zilphia Dix of Hutchinson, was present and gave a splendid talk concerning affairs of. the order. Mrs. Dix was highly pleased with the te tendance and enthusiasm shown by the local organization, which is one of the best in the state. After tV regular routine of business, a de lightful luncheon was served.. . ttt EpterUin S. S. Class . Mesdames R. Shumate, Ray Myer, and Earl Hibbs were hostesses Wed nesday afternoon at the Shumate home- to the Loyal Gleaners class of the Christian Sunday school. Officers of the class were elected as follows: President, Mrs. Ray Myer; Vice Pres ident, Mrs. R. Shumate; Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. W.. V, Grif fith and Teacher, Mrs. E. E. McHugh. The ladies spent the afternoon in sewing and a social time, after which the hostesses Berved dainty refresh ments. ' ' Mrs Elbert Edwards was hostess to the T. N. T. Club Tuesday after- noon. After the regular business a Vis-ant social hour was spent and dainty refreshments served. t brotherhood Banquet The Brotherhood of the Baptist church gave a banquet at the church Annex Wednesday evening for the ladies and friends. The ladies fur nished the pies which were sold and brought a total of $26, which was placed in 'the Brotherhood fund. A splendid program was given and a delightful evening was enjoyed by the larse number present. A delicious turkey dinner was served at the W. E. Farmer home last Sunday, to the following guests: : Misses Vanda Cross, Edna Shorb, Kate Bernard, Lorene Spradling, Rayta Buckley, Mary Aker, ' Wilda Naylor and Susie Farmer. ' 1 1 1 Mrs. Glen Ridenour of Wichita, is a guest of Mrs. L. W. Stevesson here this week.. ' ' ( ': . . !: ' Westminister Guild will meet Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs. W. E. Wilson on West Sixth street ,,. LORENA ITEMS - Si'iow falling .this morning, W.ed resday, and the weather is and has 'been very cold for several days. The Henrk-h sale was well attend ed and thinsp? sold very satisfactory. The Eureka Ladies Aid served lunch. . ' A. J. Foutz and R. W. Vogt and families went to H. W. Vogt's near dray, Oklahoma, and visited Tuesday Mrs. J. S. .Cude is here from Elk hart, Kansas, visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. J, Nix, and with friTir1 . A. L. Richardson and family are visiting relatives at Clear Creek, Ok lahoma, for several days. Frank Wheeler and wife went to Nabisco to church services Sunday afterhoon, and icallel on the Joe Lewis family. ' y , There were 63 persons out to Sun day school last Sabbath. Tne prayer mcetihg in the evening was' well at tended and was led by Zeita Wheeler. Bro: Neff preaches next Sunday ev ening. Mrs. Billups leads the next prayer meeting. Come to all these meetings. Let's get one hundred out to Sunday school. . . .: .'. ... Mrs. M. A. Cassady, who under went an operation at a Liberal hos- ital, is getting along very, nicely. Her many, friends will be glad to learn of her improvement. ' - Irene Ni'ckerson, who has been suffering with throat trouble for sev eral e?ks, had her tonsils removed last weehy and is getting along very well at present. , . ; : Dr. E. H. Neighbors, Dentist, new location over The Peoples State Bank across the hall from Dr. Pellette's. C. F. Gould of Pratt, visited a few davs here this week. '. H. Hodges of St. John, was a Lib eral visitor this weeks ''.' W. C Dorrell of Kansas City, was among the out of town visitors in Liberal the first of the -week. A. J. Kevins was down from Dodge City this week visiting7 friends an J looking after business matter.