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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
Society. The Eastern' Star held its regular meeting Monday evening at the Ma sonic hall. t t t Miss Dorothy Van P. Anderson of j)ouglass, Arizona, is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Gaw. ttt The St. Andrews Guild which was to have met Friday, is postponed for an indefinite time on account of the disagreeable weather. ttt Chas. Gates of Kingman, a dele pate to the Older Boys' Conference, was a dinner guest at the Thos. F. Barrier home Saturday evening, ttt Mrs. S. A. Miller entertained at dinner Sunday for her mother and father. Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Little of Cimarron, and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F, Locke and daughter,. Lucile ttt The Westminister Guild which was postponed last week on account of the Conference, , met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Thos, F. Bar rier at the Presbyterian Manse, ttt Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Gaw are giving a dinner at the Grier this ev ening, announcing the engagement of Miss Dorothy Van Patten Ander son, .daughter of Col. A. V. P. An tler son, of the First U. S. Cavalry, to theirs on, Lieut. Richard M. Gaw. ttt Mrs. Robert Marshal delightfully entertained the T. N. T. Club at their regulur meeting Tuesday afternoon at her home. The St. Patrick color was cleverly carried out in the table decorations and the delicious lunch eon which was served. The green shaded candles gave a charming ef fect to the table. Tiny pipes were Riven as favors. ttt Misses Josephine and Irene Mertz and Lennye Creed entertained Mr. and Mrs. James I. Darst, Gerald Rec tor, Jack Sullivan and Jack Francis ' at a card party and dance at their apartments on North Sherman Tues ments were ser shrdlu etaoin, mfwy day evening. At a late hour the dining room doors were rolled back and a delicious two-course luncheon was served. Birthday Dinner Mrs. W. V. Griffith entertained at dinner Saturday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. ' The . affair Gaw, Mrs. E.vR. Jones, Mrs. B. D, was a complete surprise to Mr. Grif- Lemert, Mrs. ' O. P. Buckland, Mrs. nth and a pleasant social evening was John Bolin, Mrs. F. ' W. Huddleston, enjoyed. A beautiful three-course Mrs. Tom Blakemore, Mrs. E. A. dinner was served. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Buckley, Dr. and Mrs. Baty, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dodd, Mr., and Mrs. J. T. Newby.' ttt' T. N. T. Entertain Husbands The T. N. T. Club ladies are en- tertaining their husbands at a St Patricks party, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Marshall tonight. The luncheon and decorations are de lightfully carried out in the St. Pa tricks color. The evening will be scent at cards. Miss Helen Glenn of Wichita, is a guest of the Club. ttt Entertain at Birthday Party Mrs. R. A Evans entertained this afternoon in honor of her little daughter, Harriet's fifth birthday. Thelma Printz and Mary Molter assisted in entertaining the little folks. The decorations and dainty luncheon carried out the Easter idea, and each little guest was given a celloloid rabbit as a favor. The in vited guests were: Alene Fox, Bobby Wilkins, Jean Margaret Jones, Ruth Reeder, Mary Jane Kennedy, Maxine Jones, Mar gery Hahn, Juanita Turner, Shirley Turner, William Taylor, Joe Taylor, Margery Taylor, Winifred Taylor, Lois Auer, Don Gross, Margaret Rose Pitcher and Ruth Schancra. ttt Entertain at Kensington Mrs, Ed Smith and Mr W. S. Wolley delightfully (entertained fcit the Smith home Wednesday after noon at Kensington! The St. Patrick color was carried throughout, the house being decorated in shamrocks, white sweet peas and ferns. Old Irish melodies were played on the Victrola. As the guests entered the dming room each guest was given a green cap as favors, little Jean Margaret Jones dressed as a little Irish maid, presenting them. Misses Leo Reynolds, Hazel and Ruth Wol ley dressed as Irish maids, served a beautiful four-course luncheon which daintily carried out the St. Patrick color. After the luncheon the guests were entertained by Margaret Jean Jones giving a clever little . folk dance. The invited guests were: Mrs. Abe. K. Stoufer, Mrs. T. W. Ward, Mrs. . Walter Tregallis, Mrs. R. F. Howry, Mrs. J. W. Igou, Mrs. ! J. W. Baughman, Mrs. A. F. Gor man, Mrs. Warren Zimmerman, Mrs, E. A. Evans, Mrs. L. E. Johnson, Mrs. W. D. Connelly, Mrs. H. V. Tucker. Mrs. M. E. Clark, Mrs. Jo D. Berwick, Mrs. Jennie Karau, Mrs L. W. Stevesson, Mrs. L. A. Etzold, Mrs. Frank Summers, Mrs. J. B Craig, Mrs. Lee Larrabee, Mrs. W. F. Brown, Mrs.' P. A. Craig, Mrs. J. E. George, Mrs. C. E. Woods, Mrs. James Woods, Mrs. B. E. Wright, Mrs. Goldie Teagarden, Mrs. C. D. Gasaway, Mrs. F. A. Engle, Mrs. B. E. Keating, Mrs. W. 0. Woods, Mrs. Ralph Colvm, Mrs. W. M. Dunlap, Mrs. Ira Riney, Mrs J. T, Newby, Mrsi Geo. W. Feidler, Mrs. W. H. Vickers, Mrs. H. W. Brown of Elk hart, Mrs. P. J. McKiernan, Hutch inson, and Misses Rose George and June Cox. Hog and Poultry' Fencing, and Barbed Wire. Thos. W. Gaw. Chas. Taylor of the Tayli store, is in Wichita this week attend, ing the Rexall Dealers' Convention Hog and Poultry Fencing, and Barbed Wire. Thos. W. Gaw. Father Cryne of the Mercy Hospital went to Plains this evening to con duct services there. ' . Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Claude D. Davis of near Moscow, -March 15, a girl. Mrs. Earl Lepper was down from Meade Wednesday doing some shop ping. . Ruth Pellett will go to Guymon Fri day to attend a party given by Anna , Ferris. She will also visit little Miss Ferris over the week end. WANT ADS Harry and Frank McQuigg are, in the city on buisness connected with the Liberal oil field. FOR SALE OR TRADE Two Autos, brand, new, 5-passen ger, completely equipped; IaUst,! models; standard cars: Essex, regular $1266.00 Templar, regular $2178.00 Either or both at discount for cash1 1 or equivalent ' win mane reasonaDie terms or Drug trade value for value on residence or farm lands. See or write owner. John William Jones Hotel Sanford Liberal, Kanscai '"Mil F. R. Wall in who has been in a local hospital for some time, is improving and will soon return to his home near Guymon. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT State of Kansas, Seward County, ss. In the Matter of the Estate of Wil liam J. Pennington, late of Seward County, Kansas. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That on the 6th day of March, A, D., 1922, the undersigned was, by the Probate Court" of Seward County, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Guardian of Orville E. Pennington, Orvin V. Pennington and Violet I. Pennington, minor heirs of William J. Pennington, late of Seward Coun ty, deceased. , All parties interested will take notice and govern themselves accord ingly. Byrdie M. Pennington, 39tc Guardian. A Foot Comfort GOOD COUNTRY LARD for Sale. 12 l-2.c per -pound. W. C. Bryan, 4 miles south and 6 east of town. P. O. Box 6. 81tfc M'liir uaii.. n 1 1 , .. i vu ui-imi, Dumue xaiir; in tne g field or delivered. Call Gus Grim-1 1 sley. 24tfc 1 FOR SALE 30 shares of Equity Ex change stock at 60c on the dollar. T. J. McDermott at McDermott's Rooming House. 83tfc FORDS les than $100.00 while they last. Just the thine for o-nnri sneoH. sters. R. O. Tobias, at Overland Gar age 34tfc FOR SALE Black Locust Posts. la- quire at the Pile Ranch. 37tfc Demonstrator from Chicago Coming to our Store SATURDAY, MCH. 18 This man is specially trained by The Scholl Mfg. Co. in the method of extending foot comfort originated by the eminent authority Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, and will make a special demonstration of BrScholls fhoi Comfort 'Appliances . W invite you to i:ia.e u special effort to call during h's r.r. i 'T.rn i.or.i him how thousands of people who have suf h;-?d freni corns, callouses, bunions, tired aching feet, f ll?n nrches or cramped toes have been benefited by tnese remarks Me invcncions.ror remember, there is a Dr. ScaeU "-V Comfon Askance or Remedy . for every foot trouble. Have a Pedo-graph Print made of yot r foot r m i . m FOR SALE OR TRADE Good 12- 1 acre bottom farm and 25 head of,! good horses. Will trade any or all I for small acreage tract or Dronertril in. good town. Write owner, J. A. ' M Oyler, Rural Route. Lvcan. Cole-1 1 rado. 37tfcl3 Hosiery for All the Family Our new lines of hosiery are now on display and we feel safe in saying that never before have we had such a large and varied line, embracing hosiery for everv member of the familv in many grades. ' " " LADIES SILK HOSE For the Indies we have three celebrated brands: Phoenix, LaFranee and Paris. ' These are silk hose of quality and come in black, white, nude, silver gray, brown and cordovan, priced at $1.50 to $5.00 CHILDREN'S HOSE Splendid offerings appear in our diild ren's hosiery lines. Whether for school or dress wear we have good values in all the desired colors at 25c to 75c CHILDREN'S HALF HOSE ' .We have just received a new line of in fants' and children's half, hose for sum mer wear. They are here in all the late shades, priced v 25c to 75c LADIES' LISLE HOSE We have some very nice hose in lisle, in all colors,, in different grades at 50c to $1.00 ' ;4fl IS We give special attention to our hosiery department andare pre pared to satisfy your need in that line in a satisfacory manner FRANK G. BOLES FOR SALE Or Trade; -One new!! Chevrolet Tourinsr car: onlv run is 7000 miles. Would consider small a acreage tract close to Liberal, and! I nay difference, if necessary. Write Walter Piehler, Lycan, Colorado, Ru- 1 ral Route. 87tfc LOST On . Saturday morning on mail route between Liberal and Hugoton, One Small Black Grip. Contained some personal effects and papers of value only to owner. Finder please return to Henry L. Carey, Dodge City, TCar;s"3, owner, rr ti D. G. Mc- . Combs, Mail Carrier, Liberal post office. Suitable reward. WANT to buy good storage tank; medium size. Write R. O. Tobias, City. 38t2c FOR SALE Baby chicks. Ten cents each. Phone 51 L 1. Ed Brier. 38tfc FOR SALE A number of east front lots; good location; close in, and priced right. Phone 132. Henry Shumate, Liberal, Kansas. 3gt2c With this ney device, perfected l y Dr. Wm. M. Scholl; a good dear print ct l..e stockinged foot is instantly obtainable. It registers your foot measurements ar.J is a great help in select ing the proper type shoe for yir foot. By its use correct shoe fitting is simplified. Pedo-graph Foot Prints Free Com p fa Af''ms orman G uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM Liberal. 38t2p WANTED Unfurnished the north part of town. Box 277. rooms n Address 39tlc FOR RENT The King of Modern sleeping rooms that will appeal to you. Only two blocks from P(t Office. See them before you rent. 224 N. Grant. Phone 169. 39tfc GOOD Holstein Cow, giving milk. For sale at 424 N. Wash. 39t3p FOR SALE One set work harness; one Rock Island lister; one one row sled. H S. Delano, six miles south and three miles east of Lorena; 16 miles south and 4 miles east of FOR SALE Milk 10c per quart. de livered. L. A. Dunlap, 424 North Washington Ave. 39t3p TAKEN UP Three yearling cattle. Owner can have same by paying advertising and feed charges. W. G. Young, phone 2171. 39tlp AL!, KINDS of Welding done and Generators made. Two blocks east .Cash Waters feed yard.-shusen. -R. D. Wii-39t4p GOOD Milk Cow for sale; fresh next month.R. D. Wilshusen, Sf' Pennsylvania. . 39tlp WANTED A Bourbon Red turkey gobbler. Phone 344 or write me Box 345, Liberal. E. R. Jaquins. S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS; prolific ' 230 nnd 265-egg strains. Fifteen carefully packed aggs $1.50. L. Al len Cook, 705 F. Ave., Dodge- City, ' Kansas. 39t6p FARM WANTED Wanted to hear . from owner of a farm for fall de livery. Give lowest price. L. Jones, Box 603, Olney, Illnois. 39tl WANTED Work on farm for man and wife. Call or write H. M. Schopnover, West Fifth and Jordon, Liberal, Kansas. 39tfc . It's a Fact.... r- In Everything th ere's a Best In Tractors, it's Hart Parr GRABER SUP PLY GO. South Liberal . :'