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LIBERAL CIRCUIT Eureka Meet with ui at the Sunday school hour and let us study together the "Divine ' Approval of Faithful Ser ' vice". Let everyone try to be in their place at ten o'clock sharp. Epworth League promptly at 7 :30. The thought of the evening will be "Our Due Consideration of Our Less Fortunate Brother". Preaching ser ; vice will follow the Epworth League. Don't forget that, only a few weeks SNAPSHOTS By Melvia J. Wheeler Without fail, hear.Dr. D. W. Kurtz president of McPherson college, on the date of February 10th, on "The.' Creation of Democracy". Dr. Kurtzl - A few days ago man came into a is man of international fame, and , "al estate, office in a Kansas town it is a rare treat that is afforded us ; He wore a shabby suit of clothes on to hear him. This is on Friday night, and I wish that every boy and girl might hear him. Come and bring someone with you. Wide Awake Sunday school Sunday morning at 10:30. "Divine Approval of Faith- remain of our conference year, so j ful Service" is a subject that will be let us make this the most profitable time of the year. 1 iiiiiuiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiN MAJESTIC Monday and Tuesday , February 6th and 7th mm i t v c -i j helpful to each and everyone of us. Preaching services will follow the Sunday school hour. The annual election of the church trustees will take place at the regu lar hour of service. The mid-week services are proving mighty helpful to all who attend. If you 'have not been present inquire where it is from week 'to week, and join us in the spirit of truth and co operation, and in behalf of your own need. To miss one of these meetings is a great loss to you. The time of conference is drawing near, so let us pray for and work to ward a definite out-pouring of the blessing of God in these closing days, B. F. McCormick, Pastor. Irvin White of Hayne, was trans acting business in Liberal Tuesday. J. E. Brightup, who lives on a farm Hear Tyrone, was marketing poul try in the city Monday Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits. Quit Business Sale Price. Briggs A Ar buckle. 33tlc L. D. Griggs made a motor trip to I Tyrone Monday for the Liberal Pro I duce Company. Great Drama Thos. II. Ince's Great Drama of Life and Love "Lying Lips" With . House Peters, Florence Vidor and an all-star cast . A' First National Attraction A. J. Foutz, the Lorena merchant, was in the city Saturday, marketing produce and taking out a load of supplies for hi store. Mrs. W. L. Kidd returned Friday on No. 1 from-Wichita, where she has been with her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Overton, who has been quite ill. the. outside of his body and a large chew of tobacco on the inside. How ever, our real story does not hinge oh the clothes that the man wore. Clothes don't make men. This man might have been well-dressed and the ceptral thought found below would not be changed. Now, as you know, real estate men never use tobacco in any form; they would be turned out of the associa t!on if they did. Therefore, a spit toon is a superfluous piece of furni ture so far as a real estate man is individually concerned. Most real es tate men keep one around for the convenience of their tobacco-chewing guests. Sometimes a guest spits at the thing to see how far he can miss it. Sometimes, tho, the guest acci dentally hits it. That pleases the real estate man as he does take a real pride in keeping his floor nice and clean. I One real estate man thought of a very courteous way of breaking peo-j pie from spitting on the floor. This1 firm placed a card on the wall to read like this: NOTICE Along with our many faults, we have one redeeming virture in our make up. We try to keep our floor clean. So, if you must spit and the spittoon should refuse to shift itself in such way as to conform to your poor mark smanship, you have this one alterna tive : Spit on the ceiling. It looks bet ter. Thank you. C. E. Boles of near Moscow, was here Wednesday. Stoner-Malone at Wiley's, can take care of your watch, clock and ewelry repairing. 33tlc J. F. Ogletree of near Dombey, was transacting business in the city j Tuesday. Popular Prices 10c and 35c Matinee Tuesday 10c and 2.rc Also First National Comedy "Toonerville Trolley" Mm, R. E. Simpson returned to her home in Cunningham, the first of the week after several days visit with her sister, Mrs. Wj H. Baker of near Hugoton. . Misses Alice Nichols and Charlotte Gasaway attended the basket ball game between Liberal and Meade last Friday night, and visited until Sunday with Francis Stivers. PLENTY OF MONEY In ourFarm Loan fund, now ready for immediate delivery H. HOBBLE Miller Bldg. Liberal, Kans. Edwin Clapp and Crossett Shoes. Quit Business Sale Prices. Briggs & Arbuckle. 33tlc raiiramniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim 3 pi lKcoo(s .mf ii I! II SPEND LESS TIME IN THE KITCHEN. You can if you will buy mora PREPARED food. Then you can giva more time to ENJOYING your child ren and helping them with their lesions. B . , . ' Wa have many "goodies" for you to put into their lunch , boxes, and we can sell them to you CHEAPER than you x j . can make them yourself. , " j I ; Try OUR Groceries v f j The Eagle Grocery Co. tramuiiranimrarauiiiiiiiuw Chester Boles returned Thursday night from Wichita, where he Is at tending school, for a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Boles. ' : . MERCHANTS' MATINEE ' Those who have tickets to give you for the Majestic Merchants' Matinea of Saturday afternoons, are as fol lows: F. Murchison, D. C. D. Garage Peoples Oil &. S-.'pply Co. Chas. Summers & Sons Tice's South South Grocery South Side Second Hand Store Annex Cafe Sanford Hotel The Liberal Democrat ' Liberal News ' Rucker & Scott, Real Estate Pullman Cafe Roy E. Davis Barber Shop The Tire Hosvital Boles Dry Goods Store Peoples Cash Grocery Klean Klothes Klean Calvert Bros. Grocery Cash & Carry Brocery Ideal Bakery. . , Lincoln Cafe Eagle Grocery Taylor's Drug Store Bill Onions, Shoe Expert Snell Auto Top Co. Cozy Barber Shop O. K. Radiator Shop ' Hahn's Tailor Shop Gorman's Store Ellington's Barber Shop Wilkins', Jewelers & Optometrists Mi-Lady's Hat Shop Briggs Co., Furnishing Store . Chamber- of Commerce Dubpis & Ravenscroft City Market Spradling's Furnishing Store Reust'a Novelty Works Liberal Undertaking Co. Eldon Dudley Cleaning Parlors Pate Studio Liberal Light Company The Star Grocery Wilson Furniture Company S. & S. Bakery White House Thirst Parlor , . Southwestern Hardware Store " Liberal Electric & Wiring Co. Vickers Grain' & Seed Co. Light Grain & Milling Co. Tucker Electric Co. Star Lumber Co. " Enterprise Grocery Geo. S. Smith & Bro. J. D. Mahoney & Sons Grocery Rock Island Tonsorial Parlors Johnny's Hamberger Wagon J. E. George Grocery, Langley's South Side Barber Shop . Liberal Auto Supply Company. The Palace. Cleaners. ' Motr Parts & Supply Co. Culver Grocery ' . . . -i : Early Spring Vogues Myriads, of chic Tailleurs . and smart Wraps and Frocks are Here ready for an advance Spring show ing. Many very interesting style features are in evi dence and Milady will welcome some novel and de lightful departures that we do not wish to disclose . without a showing. ' , May We Expect an Early Visit From You? N '. FRANK G. BOLES Dry Goods, Furnishings, Shoes COMING W. L. Newman of Tyrone, was a Liberal visitor Monday. L. W. Bauersflc! ! of Tyrone, was in the city Monday afternoon, trans acting business. - E. S. Martin was up from his farm near Tyrone Saturday, marketing produce. J. C. Franklin of Hayne,' was in the city Monday, transacting business. S. B. Jackson of the Dombey neighborhood, was here Saturday, transacting business.'. E. H. Barnes of Grand Valley, was an out-of-town visitor the last of the week. ' Rev. and Mrs. H. I. Davis of Plains were in Liberal the first of the week, visiting with friends and attending business matters. A. H. Palmer, who has been em ployed at the round house for some time, left Friday for Plainview, Tex as. 1 His sister, accompanied him. 7. Mr. and Mrs. . G.' E. Moore and children, who have been visiting Mr. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.' L. Moore of Carnegie, Oklahoma, re turned the last of the week. . JSSMEMBERS"m TfEDEHAI. IlESERVE SELF ... PROTECTION ... Demands that you .SAVE MONEY today, to live on wjien your income stops. Start your first SELF PROTECTION dollars working right now, by depositing . them in Our Savings Department at in terest. . The Jforc dollars you set working the more SELF PROTECTION you have. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Liberal's Pioneer Bank Liberal, Kansas V . The Star Grocery was invoicing its stock the first of the week. Briggs & Arbuckle's Quit Business Sale now' on! 33tlc Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Caddel and son, Joe, who have been visiting Mrs. Cad del's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ryan of Bard New Mexico, are expected to return this week.i -'.:..,;, George McNitt and J. H. Wills of the Floris vicinity, was in town Mon day, marketing a load of chickens. Stoner-Malone at Wiley's, have the Rotary buttons on display. Get yours now. 83tl ; Edgar Bush, who has been em ployed by the. Rock Island at Dai hart, returned to his home in Liberal the first of the week, , ' E. B. White of Hayne, was a bo si nes svisitor in the city Friday. J. E. Beaucamp of Lorena, was' transacting Ibusiness here Tuesday. Ed Brier and P. M. Condit of near Hayne, "were in Liberal Tuesday oa : business. . . ' - - ' T. J. Houseman of near Boyd, was in Liberal Tuesday, looking after business matters. Mrs. Gertie Kinsinger and daugh ter, Miss Lela, from Plains, visited over the week -end with Mis Itta Larau. , ; '