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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
Kismet Klippings Ed GouMner arid wife and baby of Satanta, were in Kismet the first of the week. Mrs. Steffens, who has been visit ing with her son, Geo. Steffens, re turned home week. The Missionary Ladies met at the home of Mrs. M. Olson last Wed nesday. Miss Blan Bvisendine camo in from Liberal last Wednesday to visit her brother and family. --J. C. Benson and wife and Mrs. Geo. Noland were in Liberal last Saturday on business. Chas. P. Cook made a business trip to Hutchinson and Wichita the lust of the week. Mrs. N. G. Moody was in Liberal between trains Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Patterson re- iiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiitiiiiiiii '' llHIIIIIIillllitilllllttHlllilllllllltllllltll mini ti. -3 DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES We Can Fit You Per 1'ectly with Kryptok Lenses Examination Free Dr. E. F. PELLETTE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Rooms in the Peoples State Bank Building turned to their home west of Liberal Sunday, after a visit with Mrs. S. K. Slaven and Mrs. Ge"o. Beale, Mrs. St. Aubyn entertained a num ber of little boys at her home last Monday night, in honor of Ralph's birthday.- Those present were each presented with a box kite. Dainty refreshments consisting of sand wiches, cocoa, cake and fruit were served. Mrs. Geo. Rose and baby "spent Sunday at the E. J. Longwell home in Liberal. , H. D. Massoni was transacting business and visiting his daughter, Miss Hazel, in Hutchinson, the first of the week. A. J. Bond and wife were Sunday dinner guests at the ,J. V. Brown home. Earl Cooper came in Monday for a visit with his sister, Mrs,- Geo, Savdige. . John Simonson and Alva Tucker made - business trip to Liberal the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Lewis announce the arriVflTo? an eight-pound boy at their home Monday, March 13th. H. E. Sanger and Wm. Cook of Arkalon, were trading in. Kismet the first of the week. John Farmer of Laverne, Okla homa, was snow-bound here several days the past week. Mrs. F. A. Prater spent Monday-! with Mrs. G. E. Noland. .Mrs. B. Smith called on Mrs. B. Risley the first of the week. Frank Owens was called to Mis- j souri last Friday by the illness of his : nioiher, E. J. Longwell of Liberal, was ! visiting with the Shoup children 1 t V, nf ,.... Vi.i 1 .i f f ii n i vf .F K ii I1U1 111 Ul lunil niv .citbva fit, v .. ' week. i I S. D. Harris left the first of the week for Albuquerque, New Mexico, to be at the bedside of his daugh ter, Mrs. Mullinix, who is very low.'l II. Thompson and wife have- moved back into their town home. ! .. F. A. Prater and wife spent Sun day afternoon with .H. S. Mooney . and family. . R. A. Evans-of Liberal, was trans-1 acting business here the first of the I week. A. C. Jones and wife called at the , J. V. Brown home Sunday evening. R. ' A. Powers, Mr. Barnard and Miss Acker were Sunday guests at the II. C. Bundy home. Little Elvu Akers is quite ill with tonsilitis at this writing. : WHERE THE ARK LANDED On a high point of Mount Adams i in the state of Wisconsin are one hundred and thirty-six apparently human footprints, made in mud that has long since turned to stone. The tradition of the Yakama Indians Is that the spot' is the place where the "great capoe'' landed, after the flood, and that the foot prints were made by the people who : stepped from the canoe to the ground which was softened by long inundation. Youth's Companion." " HAD KNUCKLE-JOINT . OF HAND SCRAPED O. D. Musgrove of Kismet, was here the past week, having physicians care for his hand, which was hurt during a foot ball game last fall. The knuckle joint had to be opened and the bone scraped. Mr. Musgrove has been suffering a great deal with the hand,, but thinks it will be alright now. HERE FROM COLORADO llll!ll!llllllipi!llllllllllllll!!ll!llllllllllllllllllllll!lllll!ll FARM LOANS We are making them right along Get Our Proposition Prompt Inspection Quick Closing Moore & Franklin ii L. W. Jackson left Monday night for his home in Loveland, Colorado. He was called to Pratt last week by the death of his father, and stopped off here on his way home for a few days visit with his daughter, Miss Mary, who is employed. at the Lib eral hospital, and enjoyed a short vis.it at the I. N. Pennington home. Mrs. Nolan was down from Kismet Saturday doing shopping and visiting friends. Ear P. Bolham of Pratt, was a Liberal visitor the latter part of the week. Smith Building Phone 102 1 Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Davis, were down from Plains Monday, doing shopping and visiting friends. LAST CHANCE! Land Ahead of the Cars The K. & 0. and the Santa Fe building West. .lump in your Ford and beat the game. Own the land when the railroad comes, and it will be money in your "pocket,- No question about the quality of the land and no ques tion about owning it, and with the development your change invested will be doubled a time or two. From $.")()() to $800 cash-or good-securities will handle, a quarter section; balance in one, two or three years, with interest rate 7 per cent annually. St "Golden Cream" Bread The bread you've used for years that maintans a high stand ard of quality . ' r Modern methods insure u uniform product. Every loaf is as good iis every other loaf. This insures you against dissatisfaction. '. . ' . f . ...... At the Bakery or at Grocers Always say "Golden Cream" when ordering Bread From Your Grocer i .. The S. 6? S. Bakery THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH nnnniiiiiiiiiiiiiin Two more Sundays to go in the attendance contest with Garden City. We . want an attendence of 400 each Sunday. Attendence last Sunday, Liberal 377, 'and Garden City 349. Our lead is now 221. The Endeavorers are about 100 behind. AVe are giving some extraordinary ounuay. evening progenia iiunij now till Easter. The subject fori next Sunday evening will be: "The Seven Seals of Revelations," or the "Story of the. Four Horsemen." Have you read this marvelous pro phesy in the Book of Revelations? The sermon will be illustrated with stereoptican slides. Mrs. Salley will sing "My Mother's Bible"; illustrated. Don't miss any of these specjal sermons. All are mvitea. - Hesitation is Poor Policy Let's Talk It Over JOHN W. BAUGHMAN See E. IX Cooper. ,. ' If You Want a Place -where youean arrange to meet people you have to see, i where yon can feel free to drop in for shelter and a busi- ness talk, oftentimes to write or telephone, step into The I CIT1ENS STATE BANK. Consider this bank a service 1 Institution,- as well as a "financial institution. Farmers and townfolk alike are invited and are welcome to make 1 use of our directors' room. A. Rupp of Fowler, was attending to business interests here the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rarick returned to their home in Guymon Tuesday, after visiting at the John Rarick home and attending the Conference. Mrs. B. F. Rarick also visited at the John Rarick home. - a FIND GAS IN ALLISON TEST AT TEXHOMA The Citizens State Bank J of Liberal ... J Deposits Protected by the Bank Depositors Guarantee j Law of the State of Kansas miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'i'iniiiiii'iiiiiii mini iiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!i!iii!ii!iiiiiiiiriiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilTiiiiim mum From Guymon Herald: Those who have an interest in the Allison test well north of Texhoma are wearing beaming countenances this week. The first of the week oil shines were being brought to the sur face in every bucket brought oirt, and they were feeling exuberant. This was at a depth of about 1000 feet. On Tuesday" evening about five o'clock something happened. The drill was blown up several hundred feet, until it nearly went out of the well, and there was pandemonium for a time. After things got settled so the workmen felff safe in getting near, it was found that the well'Tvns filling up with water, and at the pres ent time, here is about 800 feet of water in the hole. The gas is bub bling up through this great depth of water in no uncertain way. - But the greal rush of gas Caused other troubles. The hole had been drilled three hundred feet below the casing, and the force of the escape caused sand and mud to' settle in the hole to a height of about 80 feet. This will now have to be reamed out before they can proceed with the drilling. This they will d0 as quick ly as the work can be accomplished and get the water'-cased out. Far mers in the vicinity of the well are said to be leasing their lands at ?50 per acre, and excitement is growing. Another great gasser was brought in this week near Amarillo, Texas, north of the -Canadian river, at a depth of 1750 feet. Gradually, the discoveries are coming our way, and a few months may find Guymon the center of a great oil producing ter ritory. ' '. " ROAD NOTICE State of Kama, S award County, . TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: , TAKE NOTICE, That a legal peti tion signed by W. T. Wear and other householders of Seward Township, in said County, has been presented to I 44 For Real Battery Ser vice Use An E3 Battery I Exide Battery Station j Corner Kansas and Fifth mi iiiimmimii in i miiiiinininiinmniiiiiHninm mn iiniiiiiiiiii iiHiiiiiimimmi 'iinn n ihi if n wmn nm mmmiiniuiiniii L 3 " . pi; j e 1 a the Board of County Commissioners, prayingfor the location of a section line road, as follows, viz: Beginning at the southeast corner of Section 82-31-34, thence north one mile, thence 'west one mile, to the northwest corner of Section 82-31-84, and ending, at the township Toad as heretofore laid out. And that said Board, acting as viewers, will meet at the point of beginning of said proposed road on the 30th day of March, 1922, and proceed to yievr said road as the law directs, 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 day, as provided by law, without further notice. : . - ' Witness my hand and the official seal of said County, this 8th day of March. 1922. : - ' r ABE K. STOUFER, 88tSc - . County Clerk. .': - ROAD NOTICE StaU of Kutu, Saward County, . TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: . TAKE NOTICE, That a legal peti tion signed by-Ray Fraim and other householders of Liberal Township, In said County, has been presented to uie uaru uj. uumy vunuiiisMiuiieiB, praying for the location of a Section Line road, as follows, viz: Beginning at JJie northwest corner of Section Ten, Township Thirty four, Range' Thirty-three, thence south three miles on the section line, and terminating at the township road heretofore lata out. And that said Board, acting as viewers, will meet at the point of. beginning of said proposed road on the 80th day of March, 1922, and proceed to view said road as the law directs, at which time and place all persons interested may attend 'and have a hearing. In case said viewers laii tu iiieeir on ur uuy ucai(jiwi they may meet on the following day, as provided by law, without further notice. ' , - V': : Witness my hand and the official seal of said County, thia 8th day of ih irnn .i hzz --. ABE K. STOUFER, ; '