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J. B. KELLY Dentist k Office in Tucker Building Phone 389 . . tim. ssb. i. a o. r. Over Citlxens State Bank Meats Tuesday, 7:80 J. W. Freeman, N. G. H. K. Kosher, N. (i. 21st Annual of Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas ......... TYRONE. OKLAHOMA , We are glad to learn that Mrs. Nix is able to be up now and hope she will continue to improve so as to be out soon. J A. P. Parker has bought the school mouMiQi crvrtvi IIU1V lOOk RMiU IIM moved it to lots just west of the Ob server office; He will fit It up in first class shape for a pool-hall. This will give the men and. young men a chance to , entertain themselves at home while they now go to Liberal. There are some very narrow minded people who are opposed to the movie, dances etc, but they are all right when they are run in the proper manner as they are in Tyrone. Your correspondent is in receipt of a ticket to the Merchants Matinee at any time on Saturday afternoon at Liberal. We congratulate Mr. Nel son on the way he runs the Majestic Theatre in Liberal, and also Editor Miller in the advertising. Sucess to inir at the home of Will Harrels Sun- them. . I day. Our movie here is gaining in atten-; A business man from Tyrone was dance now. It was somewhat hamper- j out to Pleasant Valley Tuesday look ed on acount of the Basket Ball ing over the town as he intends to games. Mr. Mortimer has some won-1 open up a place of business here. He derful films booked for the near fu-'was very enthusiastic in his praise ture; and the serial "Thunderbolt I and remarked, "Why, I havn't seen a Jack" is the best ever seen here next better location for a town any where Monday night will be the 6th episode. I and I can predict great things for The Odd Fellows nave nuea up me . pleasant Valley in the future". Wichita, Kansas Feb. 21-22-23-24, 1922 PLEASANT VALLEY Three cheers for Pleasant Valley. We have a grain market right here at home. Mr. John Hawk, Fred Black, Mar tin Gadberry and Henry Berg are the men to fill the first ear of milo maize to be shipped from this end of the K. & 0. road. John Hawk sold the first load of grain to be marketed in Pleasant Valley. - G. E. Scott returned from Kansas City Wednesday and says he found a lovely market. Mr. Mayes is fencing his home this week. He has a nice modern homo and is continually adding something in the way of improvements. Alfred Smith was hauling feed for Fred Black Saturday. Earl Scott returned to Elkhart Wed nesday after a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Scott. Mrs tdd Scott and family were call- Open House Week ; For all Power Farm, Good ,Roads and Accessory Compa nies will exhibit at their Ware houses, latest models of 1922 Machinery, etc. Two nights Free Educational Entertainment being arranged for Threshermen, Farmers and Contractors. Yoji are invited. Come. Reduced rates applied for on all railroads THE WICHITA THRESHER AND TRACTOR CLUB (Incorporated) CHOICE QUARTER Close to Liberal' $3600.00 EASY TERMS TOO- Ask Griffith or Goss at Griffith & Baugrhman or Phone 121 hall over the drugstore for their lodge room and moved into it last week from the Masonic Hall. Mr. H. D. Johnson is fitting up an other room in his buidine and reports it is to be an up-to-date bakery.. Is it possible for Tyrone to have a ba kery after years of needing it. Now then, some one start a laundrv. Both kinds of business can pay in Tyrone. Dr. J. S. Miller is enjoying a visit of his brother, George Miller, who lives in Missouri. Mr. Mller is very much impressed with Liberal and Southwest Kansas. Misses Ida Stevens and Alice Hu dleberg of Independence, are here visiting at the home of their uncle, T. L. Gray. Little Gerald Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Gray, underwent a minor operation at a local hospital Tuesday. He is getting along nicely now. ' J. G. Ault is driving a new Dodge Brothers car, purchased of the Bur ton D. Mann agency. The Bodecker Motor Company, Chevrolet distributors, sold a new Chevrolet Sedan to a Wichita party, and will deliver it this week. They have also sold touring cars to Geo. Shoap and J. T.. Newby. . . The front of the Bodecker Motor Company . garage has been painted and a new sign adorns the front of the building. Bodecker Is making the old Buick garage look neat and in viting. , Harvey Bord underwent a success ful operation at a local hospital last Sunday. " Elsia McDonald was operated on at a local hospital Tuesday. He is re ported as doing nicely. . -Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eddington The steel is laid and trains are run ning daily to the county line now. The graders are working over in Stev ens county. The siding at Pleasant Valley will be competed today and we will be prepared to handle all the grain that is offered for shipment by the last of the week. Harley Hardin who has been visit ing in Missouri for the past four weeks has returned to his home in Stevens county. Mr. Curtin was here Monday in be half of a company which is trying to promote better schools and better school houses. He is a very strong advocate of the consolidated school at Pleasant Valley. J. E Scott and wife and son Delmer returned home Monday after a shert visit with her sister, Mrs. Ear Nix, at Hugoton West Flemming, Paul Packer. Mr. Kelley, Elmer Fulmer. C. O. Davis, Flovd Chance and Will Harrell are hauling grain to Pleasant Valley this week. Mrs Black and son Easfene visited Mrs. Harrer Sunday, BRIGGS & ARBUCKLE QUITTING BUS INESS SALE 109 Men's Suits GOAT $19.8 Worth up to $45.00 No Alterations GRIFFITH'S "WAY WAY DOWN EAST" COMING Fred B. Allen of the Liberal Pro duce Company force, has been off duty a few days this week on account of sickness in his home. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arnod, whoVive in the east part of town', is very ill. " .' Bert Elliott returned from New York last night. He had been with n car of live poultry for the Liberal Produce Company. Mrs. W. E. Wiley of Hugoton, was shopping in the city the first of the week. . P. A. Booth of Tyrone was a Lib-1. eral visitor Tuesday. D. C. Wood held Justice Court at the court house' Tuesday afternoon. L. D. Griggs of the Liberal Pro D. W Griffith's picturization of "Way Down East," based on the stage rlay by Lottie Blair Parker, which fot the part twentw-two years was one of the rural classics of the American theatre, will be presented at the Tuck et Theatre Monday and Tuesday with the following cast: Lillian Gihh, Rich lid Barthelmess, Mary Hay, Burr Mcintosh, Lowell Sherman, Creighton Hale, Mrs. Morgan Belmont, Kate l:ruce, Edijar NeWon, Georg" Neville, Vivia Ogden, Porter Strong, Jose phine Bernard, Mrs. David Landau, Patricia Fruen, Florence Short, Emily Fitiroy and Myrtle Sutch. Mr. Griffith's production of "Way Down East" represent ten month's work of the most exacting character, for in his screen version of the story he has endeavored to follow closely the narrative of the stage play, with here and there a digression of drama tic value or elaboration. "Way Down East" is the biggest production Mr Griffith has made. Sev eral Griffith innovations are promised, incuding a thrilling snow storm and a genuine ice break on the River. CHILD DISLOCATES ELBOW The little daughter of J. D. Harvey of Arkalon, dislocated her elbow Fri day while playing at school. The in jury proved quite painful, but she is doing nicely now. duce company,' went to Tprhom. OV- and little son of Moscow, returned lahoma, Wednesday, to load out a car home ; Tuesday, after visiting with of Jive poultry. Mrs. Gus Grimsley was shopping in the city Monday. Roscoe Morrell of Moscow, was a business visitor here Tuesday. iAWlASMj Mi Triple Heat Control A gallon of cheap ktroaene contains more powr than a gallon of high priced gaioline. Triple Heat Con trol is a scientific yatem of motor cooling by meant of which the OilPull gtm th powr ou One reaaon why the perfected OilPull tractor work at such low coat it ita long fife. So carefully is thia tractor built that the average life of an OilPull is 10 years and more. It cut coat per year lower than ever before. . OILPULL Triple Heat Control, plus, a wonderful . oil-burning motor, ia responsible for the. remarkable recorda of the OilPull. These are (1) Lowest fuel coat. (2) Lowest aver ge repair coats per year. (3) Longest, average life 10 years and more. For drawbar or belt work thia new Oil Pull with Triple Heat Control ia undoubt- '' edly the world's cheapest farm power. Let ua explain Triple Heat Control and the other wonderful features of this per fected OilPull. There ia a size for every farm. Prices are right. Come in and see ua, or tell ua when we may come to see you. EZRA SHORB Hard ware West Second St BIRTHS Born to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Weina of near Floris, Oklahoma, on Tues- J ml. 1 oay, reoruary un, a sin. ... . muHa foP ... OPrfpr f th fcourt find- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wood. " ' ing and adjudging who are the heir. of this city; on Friday, February dra, " .. ' ' of the deceased. Mrs. Louie Smith returned to her und at which time application will be relatives here. Private Money I have the best farm loan terms ever. offered to . land' owners in Seward, Stevens, Beaver and Texas Counties. ' If needing a loan, see me H. HOBBLE Miller Bldg. Liberal, Kansi Mrs. Geo. B. Thompson of Lyons, arrived in the city Wednesday for a visit at the P. R. Buckley home. Mr. Thompson .has been here all week, looking after business interests, A. F. Hiney of Boyd, Okklahoma, was in the city transacting business Tuesday. V. J. Debus of Satanta, was here on matters of business Tuesday. a l-aly hoy. Born to Mr. and Mrs, on Thursday, February 2nd, a girl ANNOUNCEMENT . Quarter Section on New Santa Fe R. R. In Haskell County; choice level land; fine location PRICE $2000; TERMS $lr00 . j 3 YRS., 7 PER CT. INTEREST Ask Griffith or Goss Griffith & Baughman Phone 121 auraiimni Make Your Touring Car as Comfortable as a Sedan with a Rex Top Sacrifice Prices Are Now in Effect Come in and See Them BODECKER MOTOR GO. i mm. ii. r,. ooiui ana cnuaren vis-. un,.:n., ; ,i unth un M Murf mv lL. 1 A TIT L. . ... . ' a. 4 Rnv Davit iHime oj. fvn, svniia neu- Claim ior cornpenHauon um mwuivr ol uer ouiuruuy evening una ounuuy i vwnc, v "-"'" j v- Ewell Marshall of Fowler, wa. here ! feeB ttn(l 9th" exT?nfLne?f 0 , . ' , . 0 j I sarily incurred in the administration Saturday evening and Sunday, pay- of JM est8te j hereby notloe. M ing his respect, to friends. ordered by said Court, that said claisas Mrs. S. J.. Capps of Tyrone, via--are set for hearing in said Court en Aumist nrimaries. HUBERT C. BRISENDltf E 32tfc Kismet, Kansas, (First Pub. February 9, 1922) . .ORDINANCE NO. 307 . An Ordinance Relating to Plumbing Regulations and Repealing Section . No. 42 of Ordinance No. 150, the Same Being an Ordinance Regula ting the Business of Plumbing in the City of Liberal, Kansas. Be It Ordained by the Mayor and 82t3c Executor I hereby announce myself as a can- didate for the office of ited a few days thia week with her I the 14th day ef January, 1922 Deeds of Seward county, subject to the PAUL W. LIGHT will of the Republican voters in the U. K. Gill or Wichita, visited here a few days' this 'week Miss Ruth Casto of' Guymon, was a Liberal shopper Monday.. , NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION - Department of the Interior . U. S. Land Office at Topeka, Kan sas, November 14, 1921. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT I Notcie is hereby given that Hubert State of Kansas, Seward County, ss. naemiine oi ivisnjet, ansaa wn. In the Matter of the Estate of Con J?' "J n? G. Buster, deceased, late of Sew ard County, Kansas. ' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai on the 27th day of January, A. D., ' :Z:Lt" m undersigned was, by the lDU llll'll Wl VI" va, r u--. r...a, O . J T.. V Kansas. Section I. That Section 42 of Or dinance No. 150 of the Ordinances of the City of Liberal, Kansas, be amended to read as follows:. Section 42. Outside house veins conveying sewage or roof drainage must be constructed of No. 1 salt glazed sewer tile having an Internal diameter of not less than Four (4) inches where not more than five (5) openings of two (2) inches or less empty into the same, and not less than Six (6) inches when more than Five (5- openings of two (2) Inches or less empty into the same or where more than Four (4) four-inch (4-in.) openings empty Into the same, laid to a true and even grade having a fall of not less than one-fourth (1-4) inch to each foot in length, except In such cases where it may be Impossi ble. All joints or connections of the tile must be made water and root tight with live cement well packed into the hub and Inside of the tile swabbed clean and free from cement. Section 2. That original Section 42 of Ordinance No. 160, be, and the same is hereby repealed. Section III. This ordinance shall take effect aid be 'n force 'rom after its passage and publication in the official city papers. Passed by the Council Feb. 7, 1922. Approved by the Mayor, Feb. 7, 1922. W. V. GRIFFITH, Attest: (Seal) , MT- L, L. Holland, .. . City Clerk. ; j Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of Con G. Buster, deceased, late of Seward County, Kansas. All parties interested will take no tice arid govern themselves accord ingly. JOHN C. KING, 33t4c Administrator. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT State of Kansas, ' Seward County, as. In the Matter of the Estate of T. M. Bowles,, late of Seward County, Kansas. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 10 day of September, A. D., 1921, the undersigned was, by the Probate Court of Seward County, Kansas, duly appointed and quali fied as Administrator of the Estate of T. M. Bowles, late of Seward County, deceased. All parties interested will take no tice and govern themselves accord Ingly. R. J. SLEGER, 4- 014339 D. C. for NH SWK and WH NW, Section 82, Township 88 S., Range 81 Wi 6th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before tae 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. GEORGE S. ALLEN, 80t6p Register - NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT State of Kansas, Seward County, ss... In the Probate Court of said County. In the Matter of the Estate of Kath erine Light Harris, deceased. To all Creditors of and other persons interested in said estate: You are hereby notified that at the next regular term of the Probate Court in and for said county, to be be gun and held at the Probate Judge's office, in Liberal, in said county, on 6th day of March 1922, being the first! Monday in said month of March, I .will j make final settlement oi ava estate. (First Published Feb. 2, 1922) -NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT State of Kansas, Seward County, ss. In the Probate Court of Said County. In the Matter of the Estate of Wl liam J. Pennington, Deceased. ' To All Creditors of and Other Per sons Interested in Said Estate: You are hereby notified that at tae next regular term of the Probate Court in and for said Connty, ta ft , begun and held at the Probate Judge's office, ia Liberal, in aaial. County, on the 6th day of Marefc, 1922, being the first Monday in saU month of March, I will make final set tlement of said estate, and at whieh time application will be made for aa , order of the Court, finding and ad judging who are the heirs of the de- . ceased. i ' 1 Having filed with said Court sty ' claim for compensation as Executor of said estate, and for necessary at torney's fees and other expenses nec essarily incurred in the admlnistra-. tion of said estate, I hereby give e tice, as ordered by said Court, that said claims are set for hearing in sM Court on the 9th day of March, 1928. ' Byrdie M. Penningtoa,' '. Bxeeuter.