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Mrs. . Stevessoa Entertains . : .'' Mrs, L. W. Stevesson was the hos tess to Kinsington and Bridge Mon day and Tuesday. ' . The Bridge greats Monday were Mesdames. J. G. Ault, J. L. Bilt- gen, C. E. Woods, James Wopds, A, ' F. Gorman, W. "BT Wilson, M. E, Clark, M. H. Levi, W. D. Connelly, W. F. Brown, A. P. Emerie, H. A Gaskill, Ira Riney, J. W. Igou, J. W, Baughman, J. E. George, T. J. Blake more, Jennie Karau, R. E. Colvin, M W Dunlap, Lee Larrabee, 0. J. Wil , kins, Jno. Moss, W. L. Tynan, Henry Tucker, Ralph Summers, Frank Sum mers, Roy Twist of Meade, and 0. T, Wilson, of Arcade, New York.' The Misses Rose George, May Flood and Bertha Winters. The Kenainbton guests on Tuesday were: Mesdames. Abe K. Stoufer, L. E Johnson, Osa Nichols, ' Lydia Clark, Lura Neil, Herbert Hobble, C. D. Gasaway, Ed Donnelly, Chas. Ellsaes ' ser, A. F. Gorman, Frank Summers, Henry Tucker, H. 0. Davis, W. L. Ekel, M. H. Flood, F. W. Fortna, Loren Wilkins, F. G. Boles, Thos. W. Gaw, F. W. Huddleston, J. T. Newby, Warren Zimmerman, Margaret Jor dan, Minnie Grlnstead, W. R. Mol- thop, 0. W. Spradling, E. Trekell, G. T. Colvin and Miss Jessie Jordan, ttt Entertain Former Liberal Folk in Lot Angeles A number of former Liberal resi dents spent a very delightful' even ing together, Friday, January 28th, when Mrs. A- E. Blake, Mrs. Robert Hall and Lura Steward entertained at the home of Mrs. Blake, 957 North Mariposa Avenue, Los Angeles, Cali fornia. The evening was spent in visiting and a short program, which consisted of music and readings by Mrs. Krohne and Miss Gladys Blake. At a late hour, delicious refreshments were served. Those who enjoyed the I Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Mayfield, B. A. evening were: , - ' Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Baughman. Tin. LTCniUL OKMMuka r BraUfflffiKllil Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bolin, Alice, Ralph and Billie; Mr. arid Mrs.jE. F Printz, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Long- necker, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hood, Mrs. Cordis - Brown, Miss Marita Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krohne and children, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Hale and Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Roma Dono hue and children, Mr. John Odell, Mr. J. M. Piper, Judge Watts of Fowler, Mrs. Lura Steward and James, Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Linebarger, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, Mr. Ralph Langdon, Mr Albert Allen, Miss Min nie Drysdale, Miss Brunhilda Borton, Mr and Mrs. A. E. Blake and Gladys, ttt Celebrate 41it Anniversary The Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church celebrated the 41st anniversary of the Christian En deavor Society Sunday night with an appropriate program. Mrs. Eli Walk er baked a large angle food cake with forty-one candles, which was cut and served to the first forty-one who en tered the church for that evening's meeting, and the members enjoyed refreshments at the close of the service. ttt Woman't Club The Woman's Club will meet on Thursday, February 14th at the club rooms with the following program : Hostess, Miss Jessie Jordan. Roll Call, Patriotism. , Report from Independent, Mrs. A. 0 Edmonds. Book Review, "A Man of the Ages." Mrs. F. 0- Rindom. Geographic Review, Mrs. Ed Mann. ttt Former Liberalites Attend Kansas Day Picnic at Long Beach The annual Kansas Day picnic was held at Long Beach, California, on January 28th, 1922. The following from Seward County were present: W. P. McClure, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Littrell, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Finley, Announcement! Not slip on tops, but Tailored Auto Tops below pre-war prices Liberal Auto Top Go. Corner Fourth and North Kansas D.W.GR8FFITH WAY DOWN EAST Dosed on Wta A. Body's famous Play bu Lpttic Blair Parker end Jos.(l.Gnsmer,v.' It's a simple story of plain folks y the) greatest of all Griffith plays uncommonly well done and with breath-taking effect. every audience has set spellbound through the un folding duction With its humaneness and its story of unusual love its thrills and its pathos, alone field of this great pro- In.QK V of spec- vMSBBPF J3 which carries out rAl fil itfjSivr.- ij&V ISflr r the story quite tM fk - Wif$FK ' ; eclipses' any , cast llU. ' . , that ever appeared f Ill, WM, in this piece on the ' luil' vfiZS16 &3 TUG KER MONDAY and TUESDAY February 13th and 14th Admission: Matinee 10c and 40c; Night 10c, 40c, 55c ; Only one performance Matinee and Night - 2:30 and 8:00 p. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Printz, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Blake and Gladys, J. E. Odell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall, Mrs. Lura Steward, J. M. , Piper, Mrs. Cordis Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krohne, Mrs. C. D. Taylor and Miss Helen Weil ' " . , 1 1 ' Horns Builders Entertain 9 The Home Builders class of the Methodist Sunday school taught by 1 Mrs. M. H. Scandrett, entertained 1 their husbands at the church parlors Tuesday evening. An. elegant dinner was served. This is the first social event held in the new church. 1 t t t . ,' 1 Ladies Aid Meets j The Ladies Aid of the Methodist 1 church met Wednesday afternoon at 1 he church. This meeting was of es- 1 pecial interest to the ladies as it is 1 the last meeting before the Methodist 1 Conference which is to be held in I March. 11 ttt Valentine Luncheons Mesdames. C. W. Ellsaesser' and H. Hobble will entertain at two Val entine luncheons Tuesday and Wed nesday at the Hobble home oh North Sherman. '.' Mrs. Freda Eldridge was hostess to the Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian ehurch Wednesday afternoon. t t The Missionary Society of Friends church met with Mrs. M. F. Swafford Wednesday afternoon at 622 North Prospect " . ttt The Ladies Auxiliary met Monday afternoon in the club rooms. There was a short business session followed by a social hour and dainty refresh ments were served. A large number of the members were present, ttt ADD SOCIETY Geo. B. Thoupson of Lyons, was a i g dinner guest at the Ira Salley home'l Tuesday evening. . ttt I Mrs. J.- W. Messersmith entertain- , s ed Friday afternoon in honor of her s little daughter, Velda's, second birth-1 1 day. A pleasant afternoon was spent i j by the little folks. The color scheme 1 1 of pink and white was cleverly car-js ried out in the dainty refreshments ; I which were served and the birthday ; cake with its two candles was a de- It light to the little folks. The little guests were: Helen Marie Wright, Francis Rec tor, Catherine Ruth Rector, Martha Eaton, Ruth Light, Donnabell Light, Elwina Ellis, Dorton Davis, John Moore Eaton, Paul Irwin, Jack Ellis, ttt. Entertains Sunday School Class Miss Alice Nichols entertained her Sunday school class of little boys at her home on N Y.V-vilrtf'f'i r.e. -day evening. The little folks spent a pleasant time in various . games after which dainty refreshments were ser ve!. Mrs. Ralph Jones who has been ser iously ill for some time is reported much better at this time. Mr. and Mrs. E F. Printz returned last Thursday nght from a trip last ing several months n Caifomia. Mr. Printz returns very much improved in health and looks the part. He says he and Mrs. Printz enjoyed the trip huprely and that this has-been a verv wet winter in California, the rainfall being amost a record for the winter season, and that it has been pretty cold there. Messers Gaskill Stevenson, and Wil son, members of the Moscow school board were in Liberal Tuesday on bus iness connected with the, Malone Plumbing Company which has the con tract for the heating system in the new school building at Moscow. Milliner Special! Saturday February 11th 50 New Spring Hats Pleasing: models . on sale at only . Second Floor New Garments in Ready-to-Wear The most delightful shoving of new spring ; Suits, Coats Dresses Is now on display. New goods arriving daily. Visit the Ready-to-Wear Section on the second Moor and see these. Splendid new Silks in the Dress Goods Section will delight you. Late nifty models in Pumps, Straps and Oxfords for early spring I wear are here. as lllllllllllllMIIIIIIHIIIIIIM graded and well kept highway. j nouncing her marriage to Mr. Harry only, for spare time or full time. Ws Roswell to Alamagorda, via Hondo . G. Uhland, which occurred February j will teach you to sell income pro and White Mountain Inn; an excel- 6th, at the home of the bride atjtection through our free school of lent highway, reaching an elevation J Rozell, Kansas. ' instruction and help yon build a pro of 8500 feet, and all graded except Mi-;s Fromong taught in the Junior fitable business. Massachusetts Bond- a short detour around new roads on , hitrh school here durincthe first e-'inc nnd Tntmrsnrn Oomnanv.' Acoi- mester, and by her pleasing charac-jdent and Health Department, Sagi teristics made many friends. i naw, Michigan; Capital f ,Bti(T,000. The young couple will make their F0R SALE3 Bnare8 in Eqnity ,te. yator, $25 per share, or will trade a western slope. 1 Alamagorda to El Paso; a well graded highway, good, with the ex ception of places where sand has blown over the road, making travel ing difficult. ' El Paso to Deming; graded, more or less bumpy, same sand out of El Paso. This route may be materially shortened by goinjf from Alamagorda via Las Cruces; however, the road isj not graded and very rough until in tersection with Borderland Trail at Aten. home in Cincinnatti, Ohio, where Mr. Uhland will be employed in the Un dertaking business. The Liberal friends of Mrs. Uhland wish this couple a long and happy married life. for young horses.- rena, Oklahoma. -W. D. Clark, Lo- 83ta J. T. Newby made a business trip to Moscow Friday. WANT ADS FOR .SALE! Good Washing Machine nearly new Phone 1186. 33t2c m. REPORT ON ROADS ALONG ATLANTIC-PACIFIC HIGHWAY John W. Baughman Made Trip and . Gives Findings For Benefit of Any Interested Recently John W. Baughman and Roy Twist of Meade, drove to Tuc sqn, Arizona, in a Buick car, going by way of Amarillo, Clovis, Ros well, Alamagorda, El Paso, and Deming, New Mexico, about 900 miles to Tucson, and on account. of a death Mr. Twist was compelled to return immediately upon arrival in Tucson. For those who would be interest ed in driving this route, Mr. Baugh man gives the following report of the road conditions:- Liberal to Stratford, roads gen erally good. Following I the Rock Island beyond Tyrone, low Vater concrete bridge across Beaver soon complete. Stratford to Amarillo, good roads newly graded in , places; concrete road for several miles north of Amarillo. . Amarillo to Clovis, via Canyon, Hereford and Texico, extra fine well graded road; best on trip. Clovis to Roswell, via Portalis and Kenna. Follow . well graded road along the Santa Fe to Kenna, there detour, driving south from the main highway now under construction, and intersect the Borderland route, from Lubbock; Texas to Roswell, a well Deming to Lordsburg. Roads most-! BABY CHICKS 12c each for deliv-i ly graded and fairly good, crossing j ery March 15th. August Schmitt, . Route C, Liberal, Kansas. 31t4c k pn-t:HA.tni TV..:,)- i-i. l I point of about 4500 feet elevation. Lordsburg to Tin-son via Willcox GOOD COUNTRY LARD for Sale. "Vwni ne"r,y " aaea "nu: miles south and 6 east of town. P. good, except short detour necessary, q ox g Sltfc on newly graded road, and is a very , - -.. . ' J ' OiUAQ DUiluuig xur rcuw nui GOOD OLD FORD touring car, me chanically 0. K. and ready to go. Will sell cheap, or trade for lots in Liberal. Ray Kennedy, Phone 121. LOST 25-caL Automatic pistol;. Pa trick make; somewhere' on road northeast of town. Return to Demo crat office and receive reward. FORSALE--30 shares of Equity El change stock at 60c on the dollar. T. J. McDermott at MeDermotVs Rooming House. 33tc scenic route through the mountains from Dragoon to Benson. The Borderland Trail is reported pood at this 'time from Lordsburg to Tucson, via Douglass and Tombstone, which, however, is about 50 miles greater distance. MARRIAGES ! door to Fortna 1 South Liberal.---J 4287. FARMER-CHITTENDEN A quiet wedding occurred Satur day evening at the home of Rev. Thos. F. Barrier, when Miss Gertrude Parmer and Mr. Raymond Chittenden were United in marriage. Mrs. Chittenden is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Farmer of this city. She is well known and has many friends here, she having received all her schooling in the Liberal schools, graduating fronf.the high school with the class of 1920, and since that time has'been teaching. Mr. Chittenden is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Chit tenden of this place. He came here about four years ago, and has been in the employ of the Standard Oil Company for sometime. He a well known and ..well liked young man. The Democrat joins the' host of friends in extending heartiest con gratulations. ... Lumber yard in D. Hill, phone SOtfc FOR SALE Bundle kafir; in the field or delivcred.--Call Gus'iGrim sley. 24tfc FORDS les than $100.00 while they lhst. Just the thing for good speed sters. R. O. Tobias, at Overland Gar age 1 . 34tfc Sell your Hides io the Scott Pro duce Company, Liberal, Kansas.' FARM FOR SALE: 320 acres, no im provements, . all grazing land. ? miles south of Kismet Kansas. $10.0 per acre if taken soon. Must sell to settle estate. H. C. Brisendine, Admin istrator, Kismet Kansas. 34t2p 5-16 equity in good quarter 12 miles west and 2 south of Richfield, Mor- FOR SALE Pure bred White Leg- lon co"nty 1nsj?s- lcea fcnrn Rnoater, it SI erh: cash or I ??.n.la It 7 , ' . oono (cent. Wil trade tor good roro car, fodder. T. H. Taylor, Phone 3329.1 Hve gtofck or anything worth the mon- FOR-SALE 160 acres, sec. 29, twp. j oy. 1 U. L. Matlies, Tyrone, Oklahoma 81, range 35, mile and half from j 34t2p : - Moscow, Kansas.. 25 acres in culti- WANTED woman to wash dishes ana vatidn. Price $5000; half cash, bal-' Hospital. , , 34tlc xv-if- nr.. Tm. ; FOR RENT: Modern sleeping room, I1 , V oT t ip.' 224 N. Grant. Phone 169. 34tlc Todd, South St Joe, Missouri, Box 7 . y- ! . : : i FOR RENT: two furnished rooms for WANTED WORK Widow with twOj . ,iffht house keeping. Phone 2347 ' boys, five nnd eleven years old; pre- 1025 Nortn Kansas. ' ' 84tl fer housekeeping on iarm.-Mrs. u r,. -ATXEnD-SLOCUMS Annual mound, Kansas, R. F. D. 2. 82t6p FOR SALE Flat top desk, at this offce. FROMONG-UHLAND Friends of .Miss Lauha Fromong re ceived announcements this week an- Breed 1 Sow Sale of pure bred Durocs m . m.w cnla nnvillinn nn fnrm Feb. 27-22 Inquire jo mjles gouth west of Beaver Okla- H? , hema. Write E. S Slocum for catalog. 34t2e First of "March WANTED Man with car to sell low Elmwood Oklahoma. ' priced GRAHAM TIRES. $130.00 per week and commissons. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 1395 Boulevard, Benton Harbor Michigan. DONT WAIT First of March wiB soon be here Perhaps . you may wish to buy or make a trade of some kind before that date. Come in an FOR SALE 480 acres of good farm list your property. It may be that I land; mixed soil and shallow war ' already have something on my ter; 200 acres in cultivation. GjJit -.-g . well and windmill. Eight miles south talk matters over in the office. I of Satan ta; $10 per acre. M. try to either sell or match a trade ob ' McGehee, Satanta, Kansas. . 83t2p anything possessing enough real yJ-. -r,- ; ue to pav for making an effort to (UN WANTED Salesman for Liberal 4L MeWill t. wheeler, W and vicinity. Commission flontract stairs, Miller Building.