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BLUE BELL ITEMS 'night to discuss the consolida'ton I "" "'' KISMET KLIPPING4
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wood returned question, rroi. oney 01 uooaweu, ram Kiddoo is working at the last week from an extended visit to nd Pf .Coffman of Tyrone, and Equty during Mrs. Brown's absence.' SToneka and Kansas City. Mrs. Wood c- P- o uuymon, were Mrs. Prater drove to Santa Fa )ias b,e.n. away since last November. P'ent and made some, interesting, last week to meet a girl friend, Miss, S W. C. Hottinger shipped cattle talks I Bottorf, who- is spending the week Strom Arkalon last Friday evening. I Mrs. T. L. Brown is visiting her here. '( Mrs.' Henry Ponting has been ill daughters, Mesdanu John Gregory. H. D. Norris -and lor several days. , ,"' . and Warence uoason, wis weeic at Mrs. Lee Hickey of Plains has been New Mexico, last Wednesday. I Visiting with her parents here the' BIiss Landers overhauled James pgt week , Luther Shaw and family and Vctor Floyd Davis and family moved to u' "r Iast week . ' ' i Liberal the-firat of the week, so that1 Sunday visitors at the Joe Lewis lie might be close to his work. (home were, Jim Lewis and lamiiy, Archer and ramiiy 01 uiDerai. Miss Maude Roberts and Clarence wife returned from a short visit with relatives in New Mexico, last Wednesday. L. E. Warden, A. L. Light and M. Brown were transacting business in the county seat last Thursday. Alva Tucker and a frend of Min neola, left last Thursday for New Mexico, to buy some land: J. V. Brown and wife left Satur- Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Neff arrived i Murphy were callers at the Martin day for a visit with friends and rela- Mr. and Mrs. Davis called at the Wightman home Friday. 4 . home from Willobar, Oklahoma, last week, after having been absent all summer and fall. f Roy Eddnbton and wife of Elkhart, were visiting in this neighborhood last Monday. i Newt Braddford moved from the Neff farm the first of the week. The farmers are shelling corn at present Harry Monroe has shelled about two thousand bushels. Mr. and Mrs. Wightman went to Liberal Monday, in" answer to a mes- j age stating the serious illness of Mrs. Jones. NABISCO ITEMS The first of the week seemed like spring was here. E. S. Martin and family spent last Sunday in Liberal at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reeb. - I John Mitts and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gwynn and Mr. and Mrs. Moran were Sunday visitors at the home of H. P. Sellers and son, Ed. uite a number of people from out this way were shopping in Liberal Saturday and attended the free show at the Majestic theatre. They say that is certanly a feature of the busi ness men of Liberal and that the show was good. Joe Lewis and family took Mr. and Mrs. Archer back to Liberal Sunday morning. Mrs Lewis and two children and Mrs Archer and daughter attend ed the services at the new Methodist church Some of the patrons of Nabisco, Happy and Phoenix districts met at the Nabisco school house Monday home Sunday evening. Luther Shaw and wife spent Mon day at the H. P. Sellers home. Luther help Ed work on his car. LONE STAR-LIGHTS We are having some fine weather now, but the groundhog saw his shad ow, and that means six more weeks of winter There was , party given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Miller Wednesday evening. A large number were present and all report a Bplerw did time. G. J. Crawford called at the Tep ner home Saturday evening. Misses Pearl Hiatt and Clara Car ter took dinner with Miss Lucile Ten ner Sunday and'' the girls spent the afternoon kodaking. A. J. Smith is visiting with his sis ter, Mrs. U. W. Kent, after visiting with his father and mother at King man, Kansas. J. A. EllpYimn And Ma Snndav school class were entertained at the Paul Warden and family a few dafs home of R. D. Tepner Sunday. j last week. J. E. Crawford and son have pulled ! Mrs. G. E. Noland, Mrs. F. A. F ra in their threshing outfit, after having ter and Miss Bottorf were shopping threshed for several of their friends in Lberal Monday, and neighbors. I Geo. Beale and wife entertained Miss Florence Sullens spent Sun- the following to dinner Sunday: Mr. day at the Carter home hear Dombey. 1 and Mrs. T. A. Patterson, Mr. and Marion Treat and family attended Mrs. Claude Davis, S. K. Slaven and Sunday school at Lone Star Sunday. ' Miss Maud Nutt. . f- We had a large number at Sunday, Bob Musgrove . of. Liberal, spent school and Christian Endeavor last Sunday here with his brother, 6. D. Sunday. . Let us have a larger crowd . F. A., Prater and wife attended tives at Macksville, Hutchinson and McPherson. Harry Bird of Plains, was trading in Kismet last Friday. . ! J. C. Benson was not able to be at his work .Monday, but is , better at this writing. Quite a number from here attend ed 'the baptising at Arkalon Sunday. R. Fellers of La Junta, Colorado, came in Monday' to visit, with rela tives and friends. . H. D. Massoni, 0. D. Musbrove and Mr. and Mrs. Jones were shopping in Liberal last Saturday. I Tom Freshour and family of Buck lin, visited at the homes of G. H. Rose and Tom Kirk the last of the week. I P. D. Harris was advanced to fore man of Kismet C. R. I. & P. section i iast ween. . A. J White left last Friday for Wichita to consult Bn eye specialist. Mrs. H. H. Meade of Greensburg, visited . with her sister-in-law,' Mrs. next Sunday. Everybody come and bring a friend. "Red Wing", SELF . PROTECTION Demands that you SAVE MONEY today, to live on when your income stops!. Start your first SELF PROTECTION dollars working right now, by depositing them in Our Savings' Department at in terest. The more dollars you set working the more SELF PROTECTION you have. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Liberal's Pioneer Bank Liberal, Kansas North Side Hand Laun dry J. T. Delay, Prop. OPEN FOR BUSINESS I Silks arid Baby Clothes a Specialty i We call for and deliver all work, and guarantee salis- j faction, and our prices are right GIVE US A TRIAL Special Attention to Bed Spreads, Blankets and Quilts ' We Close on Saturdays , . . I Phone 2186 : New York and Eleventh ii::juiuhu lllDlllUlilllllWIIIlllllllllUnWIIlllillllllllH' 1IRANSFF "UilUllllllllltlllllHIIUIIllinilHllllllllllP" uniiiuijiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiimiiiiitiiniiiiiiiiiiiitini ha a? the fiasket ball game at Plains last Thursday evening. ' , ' ; I Mrs. E. 0. Palmer was on the sick list last week. , BeryJ Rjsley. ., was ' in Liberal on business matters last Saturdty. ,, I .. L, E. .Warden and family and Mrs. j C. M. Bible were shopping in Liberal Monday. Mrs. P. D. Harris is quite ill at this writing. tt ( . R. Hinman gave a dance in his new barn Monday night, and it was well attended. ... . ' , A. M. Gilliatt and Art Handy made a business trip to Colorado the first of the week. Rev. Bond is helping in the Gilliatt store during Mr. GiUiatt's absence. Mrs. J. C. Benson attended the Teachers meeting at Liberal last Sat-! urday. THRIFT Is something more than mere" SAVINGS, You only practice true Thrift when .you save and then invest where your savfns will wbrk for you. If you will ask 'for full details concerning our 8 per cent INTEREST BEARING GOLD COUPON NOTES you will find that they contain all of the features of a good SOUND and SAFE INVESTMENT. n Buy A Note On Easy Payments A Local Enterprise A Local Security Office Open Every Evening THELlBERALLlGHTjlCE &POWER CO. Liberal, Kansas ' ' ! LORENA ITEMS We are having nice spring weather but are still looking and wishing for a rain. A. J. Foutz spent Sunday at Chas. Strickland's.. .,..;,. .The Truth Seekers, met with R. L. Kill's family Tuesday night. AH re port a fine time. The Loyalty clus will meet at the Guy Brown home Thursday night for their first monthly meet'ng. Mrs. Pete Ratzloff and daughter ate visiting at the A. E.' Brown homo this 'veek. . There was a surprise party at R. L. Hill's Saturday night. . Mrs. H. E. Board was operated on at the Momrv hospital in Liberal the first of the week. She is reported as gettng along nUdy. - The Enterprise gaf ket ball team played Appleton last Friday. The final score was in Appleton's favor. lira. Maude Dubois of Meade, was shopping in Liberal Saturday. . . j ; Ef. H. Landb of Pratt, visited with friends here Saturday and Sunday. ; Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ford of Meade, were down Saturday doing shopping. .-.. , ( " Rajph Brant of Satan U, was trans acting business here the last of the week. n. . ,( t 1 Earl. Wright was down from Satan ta Saturday, attending to business matters.' v ,.: ... . '. j F. L. Newton of Hutchinson, was a business visitor here early in the week,; . J. E. Stohn was down from Dodge City Saturday, looking after business interests. j C. C. Miller of Woodward, Okla-, homa, was , business visitor here thi firat of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Alam Brindley of Sublette, visited friends here the lat ter njirt of the week. O. 0. Line of Hutchinson was among the out-of-town visitors here tV.a first of the week. i W. L. Custer of Amarillo, Texas, was looking after business interests here the first of the week." loraiufiiiiiiiiiiw I Rents Go D own As Houses go up on the lots we have sold. We have sold over $20,000.00 worth of lots in the past f year on our easy payment plan of One-Tenth Cash and I iue-jiui munuuy wiin no interest. ... , 'Hi i : 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 wiJLnow be more so with cheaper build ing material and cheaper labor. ' . s We have ,some of the best residential lots in Liberal for sale on the above terms. I would like to show you some small farms adjoining the city and even on better terms thanthe above. John W. Baughmah Ask HERBERT DIR ' ntmiimnra ipnmifliiiiMiiiiniiHiniM (First Pub. February 9, 1922) ORDINANCE NO. 306 lit. and Mrs. H. T. Davia of Plains was here Monday, doing some shop- ,y JO.. odd jobs ' ...ibarid ready .us help vou. i(ANSFER A' Friendshio basket ball te un will l ,nd ith ,riend8- play Beaver Friday evening, anil the H- A' Landis, County Commissioner Enterorise Wrls will nlav Beaver in ' for th Fret District, Texas, county. the afternoon, Ray Cassidy and family, Grace Brown and Margaret Hill took Sun day dinner at Frank Wheeler's. . Sixty-seven were out at Sunday school next Sunday. Come next Sun day and bring someone with you, and help make it 100. Bro. ,NefT did not fill his appoint ment last Sunday evening as he is holding a revival at Pleasant Valley, south of the river. . Several from this neighborhood at tended the party at Ogletree's Satur day night Mrs. Cude and' Mrs. Cassidy are still in a hospital at Lberal, but re ports say they are getting along very' nicely. Oklahoma, is a visitor in the city to- O. W. Hall visited friends in Dodge City the latter part of the week.', Mr. Hall is agent for the Singer Sewing machines, and will make his head quarters here now. The Bodecker Motor Company re- ; An Ordinance Creating a Park Board I Defining the Qualifications and Du ties of Said Board, and Providing toru the Management and. Control of City Parks by Such Board. Be It ' Ordained by , the Mayor and Councilmen of the City of Liberal, Kansas. ' .. ' ' , Section L Thai . there is hereby created a Park Board consisting of five members, one of whom shall be the Mayor of the City, or some coun cilman or. commissioner (appointed by him, who shall be ex-of ficio cha'ir- ceived a shipment of Chevrolet's the ; man of said Board ; the other mem. first of the week, including one of the new model Sedans. This is a beautiful little car and out of the or- flinnrv In n i oV, f rr- amall nor J. G. Pelton returned the last of the week from a visit to Stafford. He- says crop prospects in Stafford county are some better than in this section, I but that the town up that way do not OYfiit.it linlf tYM Mft an1 nflvifir avL p, A.rf. Ta,,, ' dent in Liberal. Mr Pelton is a LibendJ Bo"d be removed at any time ooster ngnt and is trie kind or citizen F. M. visited here a few days this week. , .W. G. Daribo. of Enid, Oklahoma, was a Liberal visitor here the latter part of the week. Mrs. S. J which helps to make. a good town, bers of the Board shall be appointed, by the Mayor and councilmen of said city; such -members of said Board shall be appointed for a term Of two years, except that the term of office of the Board first appointed shall ex pire with the term of office of the Mayor so appointing; such members shall have' the qualifications as pro vided by law; and member of . the STRAYED OR. I "North KAnsnji STOLEN 'Avenue. Wallis went to Hooker morning a Bmall collie pup. by the Mayor and Councilmen. Section II. The Park Board hereby created shall have the care, manage- from707 ment and control of all city parks; Thursday, gaid Board shall elect such officers Person and make such rules and regulations Knoay evening f or . visit with it" would old ' the government of the Boards, trouble. tpey may deem advisable; the Beard her sister, Mrs. Chas. Fast shall also make and publish any and all such rules and regulations as they may deem advisable for the. manage ment, care and control,' and for the protection of the parks and park property, and such rule and regula tions, when' made and published by the Board, shall have the same effect -and force as ordinances of the city, and any- violation of such rules and regulations may be punished by a fine of not more than One Hundred Dol lars in the Police Court of said city in the same manner as for violations of the ordinances of said city. - . Section in. Said Board shall make an annual report to the Mayor and Council of all its proceedings and of the conditions of the parks, during the month of January of each year, and at such other times as the Mayor and Council may direct; said Board , shall also each year, at the time other city levies are made, make re commendation to the Council of the amount of money needed for park purposes for the succeeding year. Section IV. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication in the official city papers. Passed, by the Council Feb, 7, 1922. Approved by the Mayor,1 Feb. 7, 1922- ..' '.... w w. V. GRD7FITH, ; Attest: (Seal) . - Mayor. , L. Li Holland, . City Clerk. ,'' v ' v, !