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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
OR. VERA LI YOUNG TO LEAVE WAR ON PRAIRIE DOGS The Chillocothe, Missouri, Constitu tion BAVS! , Vera L. Young, D. C, Ph. C, of V :i i rr i 1 J I half ..interest in the offices and prac tice of Dr. Ray W. Rodgers in the Peoples Trust Company building;, and will devote her entire time to the practice of her profession in Chillo cothe,, Missouri. Dr. .Rodgers came to Chillocothe in 1916, first practicing in the Wells "building where Dr. Helton is now "located. Increasing practice forced him to move to larger offices and he leased a suie of rooms In the Peo ples Trust Company building. His practice continued to increase and in April of last year he added to his offices the suite of rooms in the same building which were made vacant by the death of Dr. J. E. Callaway. Dr. Young leaves a large practice at Liberal. Kansas, her home town, where . Bhe has practiced since her graduation from the Palmer School f Chiropractic in 1918, and- where she is secretary of the Eastern Star, superintendent of her Sunday school, captain of tfie Girls Scouts, and ac tive in all movements for public betterment, and is affectionately lenown as Dr. "Very" Young, an ap- pelation which she is just now begin- ming to appreciate. She comes to Chillocothe for the larger opportu nities connected with Dr. Rodgers' throwing practice. The prairie dog, fought intermit tently for fifteen years, but still one of the worst of the Kansas far mer's animal pests, is about to be come an extinct species in Kansas, if plans of the state agricultural col lege are carried out. , G. B. Hinds of Route A in the Floris community was in the city Saturday. Ben Sanderson of Floris was in the city the first of the week on mat ters of business. P. R. Buckley of the Liberal Pro duce company was unable to be at his office the last part of the week on ac count of sickness. Society Mrs. Chas. Webber of Fowler who has been here for treatment, returned home Tuesday. Her son, Louie, daugh ter Mary and Mrs. Everett, a nurse accompanied her. 'The Liberal Produce Company re ceived 139 steer hides the last of the week from a ranchman in Texas. The sters were two years old and were lost in the recent blizzards. Sam Wright of Dodge City was a business visitor in the city Saturday. "Bring your Watches, Clocks, arid Jewelry to Stoner-Malone for repair ing. Our service is prompt. Our 3rices are reasonable and we guar antee our work. Rev. A. E. Henry will leave tomor row for Pratt where he will make ar rangements for Camp Groundn for the Epworth League Institute that is to be held there this summer.'. The members of the Rotary Club have received their hats and buttons. We'll say they have the class, and when you see them wending their way to the Cimarron next Tuesday noon for their regular weekly meet ing and luncheon, you'll say so to. Hog and Poultry Fencing, and Barbed Wire. Thos. W. Caw. Wffliam fox A- -v..'.- Jhe story oF a great love A mother's love v 1 all (D'vr Vis43tuntJy 3he wonder picture of the century that will live forever - j OWE SOLID YEAR OM BROADWAY! Coming to The Majestic Theatre Three Days April 3rd, 4th and 5th St. Patrick Party Miss Gladys Thomas and Helen Carson entertained Wednesday ev ening at a St. Patrick's party at the Carson home on North Jordan. The house was decorated in St. Patrick color, which was allso carried out in the refreshments served. Those present were : Misses Montra Barber, Gertrude Malone, Lucile Jarrett, Esther Shorb, Edna Shorb, Lydia Beasley, La Verne Hill, Mary Jackson and Nile Carson ; Mesrs. Clay Miller, B; H. Meyer, Ed Gebhart, Ross Pile, ' Robert Drake, Jack Miller, Walker Maxwell, Loren Hart, Clyde Pate, Roy Stickler and Harry Carson. t t t W. H. M. S. to Meet The Methodist Woman's Home Missionary Society meets March 29 at 2:30 o'clock at the church Hymn, "Jesus Shall Reign". Devotions, Mrs. Buckland. Our Oriental Work, Mrs. T. B. Moore Reading, "From Slave Girl to Lead er," Mrs. Franklin. Reading, "A Japanese Bible Woman in America", by Mrs. Hart, Solo, Pearl Bradley. "They Come Bringing Gifts", Mes dames Miller, Daugherty and Ful ler. Enigmas and Social Hour. Each member bring a friend, t t t Birthday Party Robert Baughman entertained a number of his friends at his home Saturday evening in honor of his fifteenth birthday. The house was decorated in the St. Patrick color. The evening was spent playing games and with music, after which Mrs. Baughman, assisted by Mrs. A. F. Gorman, served a three-course lunch-! eon, the St.' Patrick color being car ried throughout. The guests were: Charlotte Gasaway, Darline Grin stead, Esther Walker, Alice Nichols, Nadine Ellsaesser, Ersel Rhodes, Nell Hall, Lucile Donnelly, and Catherine Adams, Francis Stivers and Lawrence Shumaker of Meade f Wade. 'Grin stead, Clifford Wfelker, Dale Brown, Cornet Hall, Lawrence Emrie, Vi vian Henry, Chester Emerie and Bill Levi. ttt Shower for Mrs. A. Augerot Miss Blanche Jones entertained with a surprise miscellaneous shower at her home on West Third Street Wednesday evening for Mrs. Albert Augerot, whose marriage occurred last week. The evening was pleas antly spent in music and games and delicious refreshments were served. The bride received a number of hiwiit'dil nnrf i:apf-l -Tt.s. Misses Rose Hall, Flossie Montana, Dora Duncan, Dorothy Farmer, Wil da Naylor, Winifred Evans, Ila Wil son, Ruth Printz, Agatha Printz, Evelyn Molter, Erma Chamberlain, The Popular At . Popular Prices Now Showing the Approved Modes for Spring in Ladies Apparel ' ' '' Spring is here the warm days give warning that at last it is time to lay aside winter apparel, and this store is abund antly able to meet every requirement of the" most' -exacting in the matter of Ladies' Apparel. Every line is overflowing with bright, new spring goods, and it will be a pleasure to see the beautiful offerings. Have your Watch examined, clean ed and thoroughly overhauled by STONER-MALONE. Prompt ser vice. .Prices reasonable. All work guaranteed. s New Millinery Beyond Description While you were waiting for the nice days uir milliners were busy ' planning your Spring Hat, and today there are on display a great array of new shapes in -pleasing colors and combinations. We feel that you will like this showing and will be able to gratify your desire for a new hat in this department. Extra Special One table filled with new Ox fords and Pumps, in black, Gocil ones r.t 5. .it) Ready-to-Wear Lines Complete While the Storm God was abroad trains were bringing to this store new shipments of the latest in Suits; Coats, Presses and Sport Garments. The bad weather gave ample time to replenish lines, and today we can show as com plete an assortment as when the display was first opened. Our salesladies are awaiting your visit, and we hope to have the pleasure, of serving you. Second Floor Spring Styles in Footwear Recent arrivals for the footwear department show some exceptionally pleasing styles. In the new Spring Slippers, patents are good and we are showing them in flat," junior and high heels. Splendid one, two ancHhree straps in black, and dif ferent shades of brown are to bp seen in many styles. There arc also some very- pretty oxfords and straps in kid leather in assorted heels. We arc also showing some very nice Children's Slippers in different styles in black and brown. Do not fail to visit the Shoe Department and see the new things wheiiit r you arc ready to buy or not. An elegant line of Ginghams on sale at 19c Freda Ideker, and Miss Augerot; Mesdames Ralph Boles, Eural Gray, Odell Mahoney, Lloyd Printz. Mar- Here's the Harness YouVe Been Waiting For! Will Now Buy an Extra Heavy Hip Strap Harness Fine and dandy in every way. Very best of material and workmanship If you want real harness value, you can't pass this one up for it is the best buy you can make. t Only a Limited Amount First Come First Served Evans harness Company lin Printz, J. R. Printz, and Albert Augerot. t t t Mrs. H. A. Gaskil) was hostess to the Presbyterian Aid Wednesday afternoon. Junior Class Barn Party The Junior class of the high school enjoyed a barn party at the Metho dist tabernacle Friday, evening. The boys were requested to wear over alls and the girls aprons. A general good tife was enjoyed by all present, and delicious refreshments were' ser ved at the close of the the evening, ttt Entertain C. E. Society Otis and Sam Gentzler entertained the Christian Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian church at their home north of the city Tuesday ev ening. ttt The Ladies of the W. C. T. U. will give . a reception at the Methodist church Friday evening, March 31st. The guests will be the members of the school board and their wives, the pastors of the churches and their wives, the teachers and their wives or husbands, and the officers of the Parent Teachers Association- with their wives or husbands. ttt ' The Royal Circle class of Friends Sunday school enjoyed a social hour at the church Friday evening. The evening was spent in games and con tests after which refreshments were served. . - ' ttt , J . A crowd of young folks gathered at the. John Printz home Tuesday evening and chaivaried Mr. and Mrs. Albert Augerot . After the usual amount of noise they -were admitted and spent a delightful social time in making candy. v ' ; ttt Entertained at Dinner . Mrs. J, N. Maxwell entertained at dinner Sunday for Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Craig and Mr and Mrs. J. B. Craig and son, Jack, and Mrs. Sally Ken nedy. ttt The St. Andrews Guild will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. W. H. Williams. ttt, The Annual Church Dinner of tie Presbyterian church will be served at the church Wednesday evening by the ladies of the church, at 7 o'clock, ttt Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Wood were din ner guests of Miss Bessie Hall and sons Thurday evening. ttt Mr. and Mr. Jack Johnson entertain ed at dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. F. L Bowlby and daughter. ' -Phillip Craft of near Forgan was trading here last week. D .C. Wood planted a few beds f early garden seeds Saturday. Hubbard Murray- of Forgan, was' a business in the city this week. Miss Ruth Wright had her tonsils removed Tuesday at a local hospital. E. .'E. Rodgers of Abilene, Kansas, manager of a wholesale office sup ply concern of that city, was in Lib eral on business connected with his firm a few days this week. . Mrs. L. A. Lemaster has returned : from Hutchinson where she spent' a few days shopping and. visiting with friends. : Mrs. O. E. Cobb of Pratt re turned with her for a few days visit. V Mrs'. Elmer Tucker, who has bee in Hutchinson for sometime, with her son, returned home Sunday and visited a few days with her husband. She and her brother, S. R. Harris, left Tuesday .morning for ' Hutchin son, where they will remain for a while, assisting in a motion pictare show owned by Mr. Tucker.