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PRKTTY RITTTFRVI IPS tr T.t cl..i rt.v - - -w. ...... u.uw iva iivv;uGiVIU S lUV, UlUI Pitha 20655 Size 10.. ..Price 85c Actuelle 020655 LOVF VILL FIND A WAY Intro.: "In Honey Suckle Time." (Fox Trot) From "Shuffle Along" The Seven Black Dots BANDANA DAYS Intro.: "Gypsy Blues." (Fox Trot) From "Shuffle Along. " The Seven Black Dots NEW SONGS Pathe 20645 Size 10. ...Price 85c Actuelle 020645 BABY FACE Carlton Williams BIRDS OF A FEATHER : Lewis James and Elliott Shaw Pathe 20646 Size 10 . ..Price 85c Actuelle 020646 TEN LITTLE FINGERS AND TEN LITTLE TOES (Down in Tennessee) Billy Jones and Ernest Hare DAPPER DAN Billy Jones and Ernest Hare' Pathe 20657 Size 10 ...Price 85c Actuelle 020657 BROTHER LOW DOWN Al Bernard I'VE GOT THE BLUES BUT I'M JUST TOO MEAN TO CRY....A1 Bernard Pathe 20648 Size 10... .Price 85c Actuelle 020648 ?RETTY LITTLE HONEY LOU Vernon Dalhart ON A LITTLE SIDE STREET Charles Hart and Elliott Shaw BAND, ORCHESTRA, AND INSTRUMENTAL Pathe 20610 Size 10 . ..Price 85c Actuelle 020610 ' THE NIGHT ALARM (Reeves) Desoriptive....Empire State Military Band THE FORGE IN THE FOREST (Michaclis). Descriptive o . . n : 1 : . t l Pathe 20644 Size 10 . ..Price 85c Actuelle 020644 OH, PROMISE ME. From "Robin Hood"... .Jules Levy, Jr's Brass Quartet OH, DRY THOSE TEARS Jules Levy, Jr.'s, Brass Quartet Pathe 25062 Size 10. ...Price $1.00 Actuelle 025062 SCH0N ROSMARIN (Fair Rosmarin) (Kreisler). (Violin Solo) Alexandre DeBruille THE WALNUT TREE (Der Nussbaum) (Schumnnn-Auer). (Violin Solo) : ; Alexandre DeBruille HAWAIIAN Pathe 20643 Size 10 . ..Price 85c Actuelle 020643 DREAM KISS Ferera and Franchini (Saxaphone by Nathan Glantz) IN MY TIPPY CANOE.. ! Ferera and Franchini (Saxaphone by Nathan Glantz) ' OPERATIC AND CLASSIC j Patha 27039 Size 10 . ..Price $1.00 Actuelle 027039 MEPHISTOPHELES (Boito). "Ballota dell Mondo" (Ballad of the World). In Italian Adamo Didur SI TU LE VOULAIS (Had You Wished) (Tosti) ...Adamo Didur OLD FAVORITE SONGS AND BALLADS Pathe 20636 ,. Size 10....Price 85c Actuelle 020636 LONG AGO IN ALCALA Wilfred Glenn THE RINGERS... ....Wilfred Glenn Pathe 20640 Size 10 ... Price 85c Actuelle 020640 8C0TCH MEDLEY, No. 1. Intro.: "Loch Lomond,'' "Scots Wha' Hae,", "Annie Laurie"...'. Shannon Four, Unaccompanied SCOTCH MEDLEY, No. 2. Intro. : "Robin Adair," "Ye Banks ' and Braes," "Comin" Thru the Rye" Shannon Four, Unaccompanied Pathe 20641 Size 10.. ..Price 85c ' Actuella 020641 THE STORY OF A ROSE ; Elliott Shaw BRING BACK MY BONNIE TO ME Gladys Rice Pathe 20642 Size 10.. ..Price 85c Actuella 020642 KATHLEEN MAVOURNEEN Charles Harrison MOLLY BRANNIGAN..... .'. Charles Harrison W.E. Wilson Furniture Co. Mrs. Maude Dubois of Meade, was a Liberal shopper Saturday. Laura Hicks of Kansas City, was a Liberal visitor this week. Chas. Wicks of Balko.Oklahoma, was trading in Literal Monday. W. H. Vlckers made a trip to Wichita Saturday. business G. Vaughn of Wichita, was a busi ness visitor here this week. Frank Boling of Enid, Oklahoma, visited relatives here a few days. E. L. Keller was up from Guymon Tuesday, looking after business interests. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Jantzen of Newton, were visiting friends here this week. V. J. Ross was a business visitor here the latter part of the' week. J. W. Martin of Wichita, attend ed to business interests here the first of the week. V. R. Cottrell was down from Plains the first of the week, doing some trading. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Freeaon of Meade, were Liberal shoppers this week. Geo. Hetting of Wichita, ,wns a business visitor here the first of the week. Miss Lela Newby visited at the Fred Grimsley home near Arkalon, last Friday. C. T. Parker was over from Hugo ton Saturday, attending to business matters. P, J. Roach of Hutchinson, was here on matters of business the first of the week. C. C.Miller was up from Wood ward Oklahoma,, this week, looking after business interests.' T. F. Oilire and John A. Miller of Forgan, were trading in Liberal the latter part of the week. Mrs. W. Risley and children went to Tyrone Monday, and they intend to make their home there. Miss.Ettia LaRue returned Mon day from Plains, where she visited friends over the week end. R. K. Phelps and R. C. Johnston were down from Meade Saturday attending to business interests. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gleason were in the city from Kismet Saturday, shop ping and consulting with physicians. M. G. Moody was down from Kis met Saturdav for a visit with Mrs Moody, who is taking adjustments here. Ted Ashlot anl Mr. Gardner, water service men on the Rock Island, were called to Stevens county, Tuesday, for some special work L. D. Wood of Beaver, Oklahoma, visited here a few days this week. The weather is much dryer than the prohibition laws of dry Kansas. Curtiss Ross of Haviland, visited a few days this week In the city with friends. Miss Laura Barrier has been as sisting in the Dr. Pellette offices this week. C. J. Osborn of Spearville, was among the out-of-town visitors in the city Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Davis were down from Plains Monday, shopping and visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson of Har- risburg, Pennsylvania, are visiting friends in the city this week. Mrs. S. E. Loo mis went to Guymon Monday, to be with her daughter, Mrs. Bailey, who la ill In a hospital. Archdeacon J.' W. Jones came in from Hutchinson Saturday and was in charge of the Episcopal services here Sunday. Mrs.Mary E. Fisher returned to her home in Tyrone Monday, after visiting with her son In Harper, Kansas. NABISCO ITEMS We have ha dsome disagreeable weather this week; the wind has been so cold. i '' Gene , Martin of Liberal, visited home folks in this neighborhood a few days last week. Miss Essie Strickland of Forgan, spent last week in these parts, visit ing at the Lee and Luther Shaw home, and then went to Tyrone for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Will Robertson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wheeler of Iorena, attended church services at this place Sunday afternoon, and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lewis after services. Several of the neighbors -assisted in the butchering at Ed Sellers, as' he has been suffering with a very bad hand. - H.'R. Sellers has spent .the past' week with his son, Rdbert, near Mos cow, Kansas. Eldon Stearns and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Can of the Liberty neighborhood. Several of the young people at tended the singing at Mr. Gumm's -Snnday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Southern visited at the J. E. Taylor home Sunday. - Dr. E. H. Neighbors, Dentist, new location over The Peoples State Bank across the hall from Dr. Pellette's. Report of City Treasurer, Liberal, Kansas for Quarter ending, December 81, 1921 GENERAL FUND On hand last report ; Received from W. H. Feather, County Treasurer 1.1J4.B8 Received from L. L. Holland, City Clerk v. 360.58 Received from W. B. King, Police Judge -35 Poll Taxes Received ; Interest oil deposit 69.00 23.62 Warrants paid 6,212.91 2,995.19 The graduating class of the Junior high school will hold their graduating exercises at the Christian church on the evening of January 20th. W. T. Huff has recently purchased the studio at the Pate residence. He has moved the studio to Hookc:-, an! will open a 'buir.-.e'j i : that city. W. H. Hookman of M 'scow made final proof on his a'dit'jnal home stead entry before Probata Jude J. TV. Campbell, on Monday, January 16iii. F. W. Simmon of the Eurc" neighborho' J, left Tlirrsday evening for Wellman, Iowa, in answer tj a message statins tat his father wb:; very low. Miss Thelmn Crutchkv came dovi from Dodjre City Friday, to atte.iri the basket ball game that nijH and visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. George Hall and children re turned to their home in Fowler Tues day, after visiting here for sometime with the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Etzold. Miss Marguerite Simmons left Sat urday for Wellman and Kalona, Iqwa, on a vacation. Miss Simmons is bookkeeper at the Peoples Oil & Supply Co. We spied a house moving across the fields Saturday morning, headed for Archer. Some thought it the new grocery store, but it proved to be Deuaine Spencer moving his house to his recently acquired lots in the new town. Zylpha B. Dix of Hutchinson, vice president of the Rebecca Assembly, ' I. 0. 0. F. of Kansas, returned home Tuesday evening, after spending the week-end with her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. H. Ellis, ,and making an official visit to the local Rebeckah lodge on (First published January 12, 1922) THE STATE OF KANSAS, TO: The! ma Moddy, Lenora Moody, George C. Moody, George A. Cas ey, and Mrs. George A. Casey, ' his wife, and if said Casey or unknown heirs, executors, admin istrators, devisees, trustees or as signs, or any of them, of the said Casey or his said wife. You and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Seward Coun ty, Kansas, by Ruth N. Moody, B. F. Barnett, Guardian for Beatrice Pearl Moody, a minor, and Bessie Gray Jackson, in an action wherein said parties are plaintiffs, and you and each of you are defendants, and that unless you answer the petition filed in said cause on or before the 25th day of February, 1922, said petition will be taken as true, and judgment will be rendered against Thelma Moody, Lenora Moody and George C. Moody, for partition of the follow ing described veal estate in Seward County, Kansas, to-wit: The East Half (E) of the Southeast Quarter (SE14), and the Northwest Quarter (NW) of the Southeast Quarter (SE), and the Southeast Quarter (SE ) of the Northeast Quarter (NEK) of Section Eight (8), Township Thirty-four (34) S., Range Thirty-one (31) West of the 6th P. M., and quieting the title and possession of plaintiffs in and to said land as against the other defendants above named and each of them, and barr ing and excluding them from any interest therein. f.iwyer & King, F. O. RINDOM, (Seal) Clerk District Court. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 30t3c (First PuMished Jan. 5, 1922) PUBLICATION SUMMONS Tn the District Court of Seward County, Kanr G. C. Deariiorff, Plaint"; vs. Th Tv.iknov.n Heirs of AbrHrd Sha- han, deceased, Defendants. S'ate o! Kansas, Seward County, ss. To the unknown heirs of Abalard Shalian, deceased, the above named defendants; You and each r ' you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Seward County, Kansas, in an action entitled as (,' "'3, in which said action G. C. Dea:-'.jrfr is plaintiff; and that you and eni' of you must answer plain tiff's petition therein filed on or be fore the 18th day of February, .1922, or said petition will be taken as true and confessed by you, and each of you, and judgment will be ren dered against you and - each of you, quieting and confirming plain tiff's . title in and to The South west Quarter (SW1-4) of Section Twelve (12), Township Thirty-One (31) South of Range Thirty-two (32) West. of the 6th P. M., lying and situate in Seward County, Kan sas, and barring and foreclosing you and each of you of and from any and all right, title, interest equity, lien or estate in or to said real property, or any part thereof, and for costs of said action. Dated at Liberal, Kansas, this 5th day of January, 1922. (Seal) P. O. RINDOM, . Clerk of the District Court. H. A. Gaskill, , . ' , , i Attorney for Plaintiff. 29tSc Balance ' 2.2"-72 CAN CREEK IMPROVEMENT FUND Overdrawn last report ai.ii Overdrawn 483 17 CEMETERY FUND fin honil lt renort SiOO.OJ Received from L. L. Holland, City Clerk 48.00 Warrants paid 313.33 15,00 Balance 298.33 INTEREST AND SINKING PAVING FUND Overdrawn last report $11,388.49 Received from W. H. Feather, County Treasurer 4,172.02 7,216.47 Paid to Fiscal Agency, Topeka, Kansas 3,360.66 Overdrawn $10,567.13 . WATER FUND Overdrawn last report 680.9o Received from L L Holland, City Clerk 2,886.35 ! . . 2,305.40 Warrants paid 3,712.73 ! Overdrawn $1,407.33 I STREET AND ALLEY FUND Overdrawn last report $3,728.65 Received from W. H. Feather, County Treasurer 851.11 Warrants paid 2,877.54 1,880.39 Overdrawn .....$4,757.93 INTEREST AND SINKING FUND On hand last report $ 808.66 Received from W. H. Feather, County Treasurer , 2,269.65 3,078.21 Paid to Fiscal Agency, Topeka, Kansas : 1,214.30 1,863.91 Warrants paid .-. 19.53 Balance....... $1,844.38 FIRE DEPARTMENT FUND Overdrawn last report 184.02 I Received from W. H. Fpather, County Treasurer 283.70 99 68 .Warrants paid 639.16 Overdrawn $ 539.48 SEWER BOND FUND On hand last report ,. $904.64 Received from W. H. Feather, County Treasurer 524.78 Balance : $1,429.42 STREET LIGHTING FUND Overdrawn last report $1,613.30 Received from W. H. Feather, County Treasurer..... 170.20 Received from L. L. Holland, City Clerk., 1,343.10 3(V00 1,313.10 Warrants paid 687.89 Overdrawn $1,900.99 WATER WORKS IMPROVEMENT FUND On hand last report ' $ 3,825.89 Received from Citizens State Bank, Liberal, Kansas 19,616.02 Warrants paid 23,841.9 .."11,159.27 Balance $12,182.64 STREET IMPROVEMENT FUND On hand last report : .........$9,844.80 Warrants paid - 200.00 Balance '. $9,644.80 Balance on hand, all funds V. . $27,617.29 Less Overdraft Can Creek Improvement fund...; $ 433.17 Less Overdraft, Interest and Sinking Pavingfund 10,667.13 Less Overdraft Water works Fund...... .'. 1,407.33 Less Overdraft Street and Alley fund 4,757.93 Less Overdraft Fire Department fund .. 639.48 Less Street Lighting fund '. 1,900.99. : 19,606.03 Balance ........$ 8,011,26 " Respectfully submitted, ' ' C. W. LAW, City Treasurer. ?'. , Monday . night