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The Liberal democrat. [volume] (Liberal, Kan.) 1911-1924, February 02, 1922, Image 7

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ViV KISMET KLIPPINGS '
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i , iiumn crown was snopping
in riains one day last week.
H. D. Massonl and Arthur Ander
son were in Moscow on businesa last
Tuesday. ' ;
. I H. Donley of Liberal, was in
Kismet on business last Tuesday.
Mrs. C. ,M. Bible and children vis
ited in Mullinville. Saturday and
Sunday.
$750.00 Cash-
Dulance-of $2000 on easy terms
Buys Fine Quarter
Northwest of Satanta in Has
kell County on
New, Santa Fe Ralroad
Ask Griffith or Goss at
Griffith & Baughman's
Hello No. 121
L. E. Warden and ion, Harold,
were in Liberal between trains Sat
urday, i., -.
. Mrs..N. G. Moody visited with her
family Saturday and Sunday, return
ing to Liberal the first of the week.
Delia Smith was quite ill last week
with tonsilitis.
Ferris and Bertha Kiddoo accom
panied Floyd and Hazel Massoni to
Liberal last Saturday.
Wain Rose, the little son of Geo.
Rose, is quite ill at this writing.
F. A. Prater and wife spent Sun
day with friends and relatives in Sa
tanta. ' ra, Geo. Beale, Mrs. A. C. Jones
andH. S. Mooney were in Liberal on
business between trains Tuesday.
Mrs. A. M. Gilliatt was shopping
in Plains the last of the week.
. Geo. Beale and family spent Sun
day evening with Geo.. Savage and
wife.
Carl Bible went to Mullinville Sat
urday evening, returning home Sun
day with his family. (
Doris Nutt and Bernice Reece are
among those on the sick list this
gmMintraiiin
Rents Go Down I
As Houses go up on the lots we have sold. I
We have sold over $20,000.00 worth of lots in the past j
year on our easy payment plan of. One-Tenth Cash and
One-Tenth Monthly with no interest. I
Many houses are being built on these lots and if in the
past it was paying to buy your location and build rather
than pay rent, it will now be more so with cheaper build-
ing material and cheaper labor. ; j
We have some of the best residential lots in Liberal for 1
sale on the above terms. m
I would like to show you some small farms adjoining the
city and even on better terms thanthe above.
John W; Baughman
Triple
Heat
Control
A gallon of cheap
kerosene contains
more power than
gallon of high
priced gasoline,
Triple Heat Con
trot is a scientific
system of motor
cooling by means
of which the Oil
Pull tfers iie
power out.
Prices arm right
X Bap now
f Ezra
Hardware
As a result of Triple Hect Control three
things have been accomplished by this pcr-
, fected oil-burning tractor. (1) Lowest Fuel
Cost. (2) Lowest Repair Cost. (3) Longest
average life (10 years).
For 10 years an OilPull has held all national
. fuel economy records. . Its leadership was
again asserted at the recent National Tractor
Demonstration at Fargo, North Dakota.
Tests have shown an average of less than
half government figures for yearly repair
cost of all ages. Average life among OilPulls
is over 10 years.
Come in and see us. A demonstration will
' quickly show you why the above uiings are
true.
Shorb
West Second St
General Hardware
FARM IMPLEMENTS
John Deere Line
"Y
Household Machines such as Washing Ma
chines, hand and electric; and the
.White Sewing: Machines
Great Western Cook Stoves from $25 up
Topsy Stoves, $7.50;
Oil took Stoves and Heaters
' Window Glass and Paints
General Line of Builders' Hardware
All priced on basis of Present Cost
Scandrett & Fuest
week. ';". -.i
i Little Ruthie Rinehart had the mis
fortune to run a nail in her foot one
day last week. , ' ! - i
Mrs. Geo. Carter of McPherson,
visited the first of the week in Kis
met, with trends. - i
Luaille Mooney and Margaret Nel
Bon accompanied Geo. Noland and
family to Plains Saturday night, and
attended the show.
A. Binford was attending to busi
ness matters.
Mrs. I. H. Swan was a Liberal vis
itor here the first of the week. '
Mrs. A. Wilson was shopping and
visiting here Tuesday.
Irvin White of near Hayne, was
in Liberal transacting business the
first of the week.
W. C. Parmalle of Dombey, was
here Tuesday, looking 'after busli
nes smatters. '
. Atty. V. H. Grinstead was an Elk
hart visitor this week on legal busi
ness.
James and William Washburn of
near Forgan, were business visitors
in the city Friday.
W. D. Clark of the Epuity Ex
change of Lorena, was in . this city
the first of the week, on busines.
;E. B. Holland and son, Bryan, of
Sharpe's Creek,' were in the city
on business last Friday.
, G. Friesen of Lorena, was in Lib
eral Tuesday on business. He expects
to leave soon for eastern Oklahoma,
where he will make his home.
Bert Elliott of the Liberal Pro
duce Company, left Thursday night
with a car of live poultry for the
New York markets.
I
Ak HERBERT DIR
Iff 0MJltr : .
ff' n the OilPull tractor the problem of getting 5
K ZSkA all the power from cheap kerosene under all M
rmrr conditions is solved. Triple Heat Control 9
I "IPra hasdoneit. M
H IIMEL !
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P. R. Buckley and Ed Arnold of
the Liberal Produce company, were
in Hooker Friday and Saturday, load'
ing a car of poultry.
Mrs. L. K. Orr of Forgan, was up
on a short business trip Friday after
noon, and visited with her daughter,
Miss Emma Jaquins.
The Liberal Produce Company
loaded out another car of live poul
try the first of the week. It went to
New York City.
Fred Staker, who resides southeast
of this city, was called to Garden
City the first of the week, to attend
the funeral of his mother.
Mrs. Fred Hay left for Catoba,
Kansas, the first of the week. She
went in answer to a message stating
the .serious illness of her father.
Carroll Light marketed an 8 1-2
local produce house the last of the
pound Buff Orpington rooster at a
week. This bird was certainly
splendid looking one and unusually
large.
Another
Drop
m
Ford Prices
Are Now Lower Than Pre-War Prices
i
Chassis .(. ... . ..... . . . . . . . ; . $285.00
Runabout, standard $319.00
Runabout, with starter $389.00
Touring, standard . . . $348.00
Touring with starter .......... $418.00
Truck Chassis $430.00
Coupe . ..' $580.00
Sedan,,..!.. $645.00
Tractor, (no change) $625.00
F. O. B. FACTORY
Bedrock has been reached and no need waiting for
lower prices. All models are on hand for immediate
delivery. We would be pleased to supply you.
LIBERAL AUTO SUPPLY CO.
Largest Garage in Southwest Kansas
EUREKA ITEMS
We had some cold and cloudy
weather last week, but no moisture.
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i
A. T. .Willey, contractor, is mak
ing the dirt fly this week, excavat
ing the baseme'nt for a new bungalow
for Perry R. Buckley of the Liberal
Produce Company. The house will
be located on West 6th Street
Chas. Killingsworth and family of
Worth County, Missouri, are expect
ed to arrive in Liberal the last of the
week. Mr. Killingsworth and family
will make their home on a farm near
Liberal.
Mrs. J. E. Starr, two daughters
and little son, who live down on the
Pala Dura, drove up Friday for
visit with Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Hill
for a few days. Mrs. Starr, was at
one time a resident of Liberal, about
sixteen years ago.
Mrs. John Heath and Mrs. B. F.
Edwards tentdrtained Friday even
ing a number of little folks at the
home of Mrs. Edwards, in honor of
little Gordon Edwards and . little
Boyd Heath, it being their ninth
birthday. About thirty guests were
present. Refreshments of cake, ba
nanas and sandwiches were served.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Topeka, Kan
sas, November 14, 1921.
Notcie is hereby given that Hubert
C. Brisendine of Kismet, Kansas who
on July 10, 1917 made Additional
Homestead Entry Serial no. wioa
014339 D. C. for N SW' and W
NW, Section 32, Township 33 S.,
Range 81 W. 6th Principal Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
Three Year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before the
Probate Judge of Seward County,
Kansas, at Lberal, Kansas, on the 27th
day of December, 1921? 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Beler Burr, George D. Ormiston,
George H. Rose, Harry W. Lepper, all
of Kismet, Kansas.
, - r.EORGE S. ALLEN.
80t6p . V-j " Register'
Mrs. W. A. King and Mrs. Walter
Capps have the first young chicks,
as both have incubators hatching.
They each have about 200 chicks.
J.'i : .41. 7 '. M
Vance Capps came home today j
from Wichita, where he had been in !
the interest of the Equity.
Lavica Morehouse spent Thursday ,
with her Sunday school teacher, Mrs. j
tnas. isewman, wno is on the sick,
list
There is an epidemic going around
something like ,the flu, and a good
many have it.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morehouse
spent the day with their daughter,
and family, Mrs. W.. T. Capps, on
Friday, who lives west of Tyrone.
Their granddaughter, Mildred Capps,
accompanied them home and visited
until Sunday.
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Frank Simmons and daughter,
Margaret, returned home Sunday
from Iowa. Mr. Simmons' father
died while they were there.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morehouse and
son, Charles, and L. A. Morehouse,
were in Liberal on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. - E. Morehouse
and Mrs. L. A. Morehouse were in
Liberal on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. King took din
ner with Mrs. King's parents on Sunday.
Bernice Capps is on the sick list.
Mrs. Moore entertained her- Sun
day school class and also John King's
class at her home on Thursday night
Mrs, Will Delay called on Mrs. C.
H. Morehouse on Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert King called
At the Clarence Morehouse home on
Sunday afternoon.
. Mrs. Frank Simmons has been bed
fast this lsat week with rheumatism.
, Mabel Janson spent Friday after
noon with her aunt, Mrs. Chas. New
man. , ; v - ' ;. ;
When parants Ut their boys spand mosey foolishly they do
the boys HARM Instead of good. When a father and mother
COMPEL, if most be, their boys to bank a part of the money
they earn, they start them on the road to SUCCESS, reliability
and independence.
And maybe the parents will some day NEED their boys'
support.
Start YOUR boys to banking their money today. Some day
soon they will thank yon.
We invite YOUR Banking Business
The Peoples State Bank
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I North Side HandLaundry I
I 'J. T. Delay, Prop.
1 OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Silks and Baby Clothes a Specialty ,1
We call for and deliver all work, and guarantee satis- j
, faction, and our prices are right 1
I GIVE US A TRIAL ; j
I . , We Close on Saturdays. ' "1
Phone 2186. New York and Eleventh
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Morehouse and
daughters, Margaret and Viola, spent
Sunday with his sister and family,
Mr. and. Mrs. W. T. Capps, west of
Tyrone. V,' : -r . . ........ V
0. L. Sherwood of Hutchinson,
returned home Friday, after two days
busines strip in the city. He made
a trip to Tyrone . Frday morning te
look after business matters. , " ' '
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