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The Liberal democrat. [volume] (Liberal, Kan.) 1911-1924, February 09, 1922, Image 2

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Mrs. Edd Kilney of Plains, was
shopping: in Liberal Saturday.
W. B. Flager of Hutchinson visited
friends in the city the first of the
Chas. Gregg was up from Beaver
the first of the week looking- after
some business interests.
Mrs. C. C. Haworth of near Hugo
ton, was a shopper in the.cjty Sat
urday afternoon.
Archer Items
. Mrs. R. A. Lein spent last Friday
afternoon with Mrs E. D. Kelley.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dunlap and
family spent Sunday evening at the
Oscar Langford home.
Mrs. Elsie Hoover and Miss Nora
Coats spent a few days last week
with their Bister, Mrs. R. M. Heath.
back to the school house where they
had supper, consisting of sandwiches,
Dickies and apples. Miss Gilbert sure
gave her pupils treat they'll never
Chas. Killtnesworth and family ar-j
rived this week from Worth County,
Missouri. They will make their home
on a farm fifteen miles northwest of
Dr. J. W. Messersmith
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given to
Calls An.wered Day or Night
Dr. F. W. Huddleston
Physician in Charge, Liberal Hospital
Home 179; Office 45; Hospital 378
Liberal Ambulance
Mis. Ed Scott and Mrs. Fred Black
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
Will Herrell.
Mr. Sam Redfern made arrange
ments with R. M. Heath the first of
the week to ship a car load of corn
in the next few days.
The first load of grain to be loaded
on the K. & O. was weighed over the
Archer Grain scales Monday at 10
a. m. R. M. Heath, grain buyer of
this place, billed the car of kaffir out
Tuesday morning.
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Graduate Veterinarian
Phone 3405
Liberal, Kansas
Dr. M. H. LEVI
Specialist Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat
I Pianos
1 String Instruments
i Sheet Music
Molthop Studio
f 630 North Kansas
Notwithstanding the fact that Mr.
Groundhog saw his shadow at high
noon last Thursday, February 2nd,
which, according to ancient tradition,
insures us six weeks' more of real
winter, we are informed that lillies
are soon to take the place of the soap
weeds, formerly grown on the corner
east of Pleasant Valley school house.
We are indued glad to note the
working of the sand hills west of the
Pleasant Valley school house, making
the old sand road into a hard surface
auto road. With a little more work
on the strip of sand west of the 0. M.
Nix corner; this will afford a spfendid
outlet for the farmers of Stevens
county to the grain and cattle mar
kets at Archer. v
acrree with Ed Scott, who re
cently shipped two car loads of cattle j
to Kansas City, that it is a little ag
gravating to see material for the
stock yards on the ground, and still
have to drive cattle to Liberal to
load. But, have a heart, everybody, '
and keep smiling. Now that the track
is laid to the county line, we under-,
stand that the track crew will start
immediately on th ecomplction of the j
road in general, giving, the graders'
in Stevens county time to get sev
eral miles of grade ready before they ,
start laving more 'steel. So we have
good reason to believe that the stock
yards will be ready in the near fu
ture. A. J. Volger of St Louis, was in
the city on business matters Monday.
Carl Whitmore, who has been vis
iting a few days with friends at Kis
tnet, returned home Saturday. .
Misses Effie and Elizabeth White
of near Hayne, were shopping In the
city Saturday. -,
Mrs. F. W. Corgan went to Guy
mon Saturday, to attend the funeral
of Mrs. Jarrett.
Oliver Two-Row Listers for Ford-
son or other small tractors. Thos.
W. Gaw, Liberal.
Mrs. W D Wood left Friday for
Hutchinson, where she will visit her
son for a few days.
E. B. Cool of Hutchinson, was a
business visitor here this week, and
visited with friends a few days.
C W Cobb was down from Dodge
the first of the week attending to
business interests
Bert Dubois went to Winfield Mon
day on a short business rtip.
Frank Summers drove to Elkhart
one day last week to attend to busi
ness interests.
E. J. Cox of Dodge City, was at-
tending 10 Business maiiera iieic un
Albert Fincher of Pratt, was vis
iting friends here the first of the
Mrs. Jennie Karau returned Mon
day from Dodge City, where she at
tended business interests.
Ruth Franklin went to Meade last
Thursday to attend the basket ball
game and visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Maricle visited at ,
the J. M. Maricle home at Elkhart
Miss Roma Brown of Arkalon, was
a Liberal shopper and visitor last Saturday.
A large crowd of Liberal young
folks attended the dance at Plains
Saturday night.
Men whose wives or sisters are
members of the Pleasant Valley W. i
C. T. U., don't forget that next Tues- j
day, February 14th, at the home of,
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Nix, we give our
annual dinner in your honor. So lay,
aside your troubles and worries for a
day and with your very best appe
tite, be at the Nix home at high noon
Tuesday, February 14th..
Mr. and Mrs. Brice Crawford were
over from Hugoton Saturday, doing
some shopping and visiting.
Miss Sara Snow came In from Ar
kalon Saturday to attend the Teach
ers' meeting held at the high school
building Saturday afternoon.
Sara Catherine Barrier, who re
cently underwent an operation at a
local hospital for appendicitis, is get
ting along nicely now.
Mrs. Turner and daughter,, Mrs.
Jim Pilot, and little son, and Mrs.
G. W. Sessler, returned Friday from
Pratt, where they visited with rela
tives for several days.
A. F. Gorman, left Sunday for the
eastern markets where he will do his
spring buying.
Miss Lois Gilbert, teacher of North
Happy Hollow school, gave her pupils !
a splendid instructive tread Friday I
afternoon, when she and two other
girls with their cars, took all the pu
pils to Liberal. There they went to
the Light flour mill, where they
watched the process of flour making
from start to finish, even getting in
the car where the flour was loaded
ready to ship. From there they drove
to the oil well north of Liberal, then
Miss Jane Rice returned Sunday
and is now at her work in charge
of the millinery department at the
Gorman store.
Dr. John Welch and mother, Mrs.
M. V. Welch, left Thursday morning
for Pratt and Wichita, on a business
and pleasure trip..
George Bane, and Mrs. R. N. Cun
ningham and little, daughter, Louisa,
returned Saturday night from Man
hattan, where they have been visit
ing with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Bane.
Miss Margaret Stoufer spent the
week-end in Hutchinson, having some
dental work done, and she was a
guest at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
D. G. McLenan while in the city.
Mrs. Frank Peterson, who h2s been Mrs. Warren Zimmerman and Mrs.
staying in the city for the past two Minnie Grinstead made the trip to
weeks taking adjustments, returned Plains last Thursday, to see the bas-
to her home near Booker, Texas, ket ball game between the Liberal
Friday. Boy Scout and the Plains graders, j
Shirt Sale
Continued Over
Friday and Saturday
Choice of any
Dress Shirt in stock
buy any shirt.you wish and we will
sell you one of the same price for
No restrictions as to grade or price
Shirts from $1.50 to $8.00, all in
cluded. Stock up while they're cheap.
At this price every man should put
in a season's supply of these Shirts,
the products of the best manufac
hirers in the country.
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We claim to be selling on the basis of present
cost, regardless of what the cost was last year
or last fall.
Cook Stoves have declined as shown below:
Month Ago
816-L Handy- - $25.00.
832-A Wonder 30.00.
836-B Wonder--: 40.00-
819-A Wonder 50.00.
819-A Wonder with reservoir 62.50
4819-A Wonder - 55.00
Other Sizes Similar Reductions
- $22.50
- 26.00
- 34.00
- 42.00
- 47.00
State of Kaniat, Seward County,
TAKE NOTICE, That a legal peti
tion signed by H. M. Goss and other
householders of Liberal City and Lib
eral Township, in said County, has
been presented to the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners, praying for the lo
cation of a public road, as follows,
Beginning at the intersection of
the C. R. I. & P. Ry. Co., south
'i'-'it-if-'.vny line with the Kansas &
Oklahoma state line, running thence
northeasterly adjacent to said south
right-of-way line to the intersection
of the half-section line running north
and south through section five, thirty-five,
thirty-three; thence north on
said half section line, crossing the C.
R. I. & P. railway tracks and the K.
& 0. railway tracks to the intersec
tion of Clay Avenue in the City of
Liberal, Kansas. Also beginning at
the northeast corner of the south
east quarter of section 6-35-33, run
ning thence west to the half-section
line to the intersection of the road
way above described. Said roads to
be 66 feet in width.
And that said Board, acting as
viewers, will meet at the point of
beginning of said proposed road on
the second day of March, 1922, and
proceed to view said road as the law
Hirects, at which time and place all
persons interested may attend and
have a hearing. In case said viewers
fail to meet on the day designated,
they may meet on the following daf ,
as provided by law, without farther
Witness my hand and the official
seal of said County, this 7th day tf
February, 1922.
5A9(. ' Cnnntv Clark.
(First Tub. February 9, 1922)
In the Matter of the Estate ,of Hat
tie Harnden, deceased. t
Nptice Is Hereby Given, That
the 10th day of March, 1922, 1 inted
to make final settlement of my ac
counts as Administratrix of said es
tate, in the office of the Probate
Judge of Seward County, Kansas, m
the court house in said county; and
that at such time or as soon thereaf
ter as the same can be heard, an ap
plication will be made for an order
of the Court finding and adjudgimg
who were the heirs, devisees or. le
gatees of the deceased.
Sawyer & King, Attorneys. 34t4
Third St. and Kansas Ave.
Physician and Surgeon
B. H. DAY Specialist
Eye, Eye. Nose and Throat
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Same rule applies to EVERYTHING we have; everything reflects the mar
ket cost, without waiting to "clean out" High Cost Goods
If You Want a Place
whore you can arrange to meet people you have to see,
where you can feel free to drop in for shelter and a busi
ness talk, oftentimes to write or telephone, step into The
CITTENS STATE BANK. Consider this bank a service
institution, as well as a financial institution. Farmers
and townfolk alike are invited and are welcome .to make
use of our directors' room.
1 1 The Citizens State Bank
1 1 of Liberal
I Deposits Protected by the Bank Depositors Guarantee
I 1 ' " - Law of the State of Kansas
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