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Mw. Homer Chaffin of Tvrone.
was shopping in the city Saturday. Archdeacon J. W. Jones arrived Saturday to have charge of the Epis copal services held Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cure of this' city, pn Saturday, March 18, girl. Elizabeth White of near Hayne, was visiting in the city Saturday and Sunday. She attended the community meeting at the court house Saturday. Mrs. Carl Bumgardner of Fowler, came in Monday for a couple of days jisit with her mother, Mrs. Geo. Fiedler. - What Makes a Dress or Frock? If you appreciate the little distinguish a frock from a dress, we call your attention to the fact that Hem stitching Plays an important part in the annearsinfp nf ' ilw fin. ished garment, whether as a l ! fit iniuining on mines or work ed into a pleasing design. We will he pleased to con sult wilh you as to your xncw r rock. Minnie Broadfoot With Maas & Ferguson Phone 10!) 208 N. Lincoln Eureka Items We are having nice fair weather now and the roads are getting -so that people are able to get to town again We had no school for almost two weeks but the school trucks expect to be able to start by Monday morn. ing, as the roads are getting much better, We have had good moisture and the wheat is looking good ; that which is up, and the farmers are much en couraged over the prospects now. . Margaret Simmons was out home over Sunday. Mrs. W. A. King was in Liberal shopping and visiting Friday, C. H. Morehouse went from this district to Guymon Sunday to serve on the jury. i Those who were in Liberal Satur day were Mr. and Mrs.Meridith, Mr. and Mrs. L. A., C. H. and C. E. Morehouse. Mr and Mrs. Wane King and children were 'at the C. E. Morehouse home Sunday afternoon, March 12th. Miss Lavioa Morehouse spent last Thursday at the home of her brother, L. A. Morehouse. W. T. Capps and family and Mrs. C It. Morehouse and daughters, Mar garet and Violet, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Morehouse. Grandma Capps got ht-r finger mashed real bad in a swinging door one day last week, and it has been quite painful. Lorena Moor was on the sick list a few days this week. Bro. McCormick, our pastor of the past two years, goes to Montezuma, and is moving this week. We wish him much success as he is an earnest worker for the Lord. Bro. H. O. Tringle will be our new preacher this year. He will move to Tyrone in the parsonage this week. 1 Lone Star Items j A nice rain fell last week which I makes the wheat fields look much ! better. I Quite a, number of folks in this vicinity are sowing onts since the rain. Goldie Mclntirc has returned to , her home at Lone Star after an ex- tended.visit with her aunt at Kansas City. Mrs. Faye Tarmalee was on the pick li?t last week but we are glad to he nb!o to reoort that she is much improved at present, -II '. tail Mrs. U. W. Kent and fam ily. Flossie Sullens and Margaret Hill were guestja at C. N. Hiatt's last Sunday. THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT gmminTiiniBiniinriitnnnnmtrfitriftirirrjfmni miramiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii impyniiiM PR I s g m ICES Of Farm Implements HAVE DROPPED Very Materially If you need a Lister, Disc Harrow, Cultivator or Drill, you can't afford to hold off buying in the hope of a lower prce. The price may be lower your guess is as good as ours but you can't afford to do without. Four-wheel, shaft drive John Deere Lister, sold last year for $95, now -$70.00 Two-wheel John Deere, from $90 to-.-$60.00 Disc Harrow, from $70 to- $55.00 Disc Harrow, from $75 to $58.50 Two-row Stripped Lister, now $70.00 10 foot Eclipse Windmill, from' $70 to - $55.00 12 foot Eclipse Windmill, from $90 to- $75.00 Prices on Everything based on PRESENT MARKET COST SCANDRETT & FUEST s lliiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiilllliiilllllllliiilililNim iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini iniiiiiiiiiiiii mini iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii'iiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiinniiiiim rHiimiiniliimiNiirnHriMlitiiiHiiniiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiHMiiHitnitiii Doing your own work? . - Many women are finding Udsjast the extra help they need Many women who are now doing their own work, find an occasional lift from our la tin- iryjuat the extra help they need. When pillows, wash rugs, blankets, com forts, spreads, or curtains need washing, they simply bundle them up and phone far ur representative. They know that their work will be done promptly and well much better than they eoold do it at home, because we are espe cially prepared for it They know, too, that our charges will be reasonable, and that they can rely upon us to do just as we say. Are you taking advantage of this oppor tunity to lighten your household tasks? Call us up today, and lei us tell you mora r about it. . Eureka Steam Laundry Margaret Hill attended Sunday school and Endeavor at Lone Star Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tepner called at the H. J. Dietrick home Sunday. Bro. Davenport will hold meetings at Lone Star Saturday night, MWch 25th, and Sunday morning and even ing, following. Everybody in the vi- I cinity is invited to attend these ser vices. Mrs.' Elbert. Young's niece, Miss mon delivered on "Mother and the Montgomery, is visiting her. Fifth Commandment." Dr. Caswell Lee Windsor and Martin Ensmin- elccts choose tP' f Sun- ger attended Endeavor at Lone Star dav n'Kht sermons from the stage d.j and the screen. He selected recent- - . ... i i itr . ii . rriiii .1 : I iy as nis topic uvcr me nm, ine I William Fox film production which NEY YORK CLERGYMAN SELECTS "OVER THE HILL" AS TOPIC FOR SERMON That the motion picture drama is the best medium for the moulding of sentiment toward preservation of the sacretlnes of the home was the declaration of the Rev. Lincoln Cas well, pastor of the Crawford Memo rial church, New York, during a ser- Mrs, Earl Leppert of Meade, was a Liberal shoppi'r Monday. ( Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Dobbs were up from Dombey, Oklahoma, Saturday, doinjr shopping and visiting friends. Ruv. H. T. Davis was down from Plains Saturday, receiving osteopath ic treatment. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gaskill re turned Monday from Guymon, where they have been visiting friends for a few days. Robert Fisher .returned Monday from Meade, where he visited over Sunday with his wife and little daughter, who are visiting with Mrs.. r isner s parents xor sonieuiuc. SCOUTS TO HELP PLANT 4,000,000 SEEDLINGS fs t 0pen a local engagement at the Gifford Pinchot, Commissioner of Forestry for Pennsylvania, has in vited Boy Scouts to participate in a big way in the forestation work in that state. Scouts already arc eligi ble to appointment as Forest G"'.Jcs and Junior Fire Wardens, wit'i defi nitely assigned (!ut:es. Now they are invited to demonste their interest in forest preservation, and to give concrete evidence of he value of S"out training, by undertaking to set out these sturdy Seedlings; 10 to 18 inch a high, in great numbers nnii under the direction of the Forestry Pepartment. and their local scout of ficials. There are 30.000 Boy Scouts in Pennsylvania and they will seize this opportunity ( show the country, in 4 new way, whai. Scouts can do aj citizens-in-training. Majestic April 3rd, for three days.. "We need in America today all 1 possible influences to preserve the Racredness of the home," said Dr. j Caswell, "and no instrument I know of is as powerful in the moulding of sentiment as the motion picture dra- j in. It is therefore a matter of gen-; uli! congratulation that this particu-l lar r'.ory, 'Over the Hill is now pre-1 sr-ited -,vith such amazing success, j N'w has arrived the opportunity for j which the church has looked and prayed the ornortunity of seeing !' 3 truth in term-, of practical and attrs'.-tivc realism. 1 am sure that to- sermons V't'ld r:it produce the cli'" t.tliat one shewing -ol 'Over the! I EGGS CREAM POULTRY HIDES We Want Your Produce We have the money-and the market You Have the Produce Let's Trade LIBERAL PRODUCE CO. Phone 344 Hill' does; and this goes on twice a day, day after day, week afte.' week. "The picture rends a young man MiHiiitiHiMMiimiiiimiiiMHiiiMtoHmiiimimitiiiHitiiii eroraiiiiiiiiiiininiffliiimminm HONOR ROLL AT H. S. ! home to write thn' love letter to his ! mother, or to cary her a handful of t B ; "inlets, or to send "r a larger check m j than usual, 6r to rush in upon her . r with a htiir and a kiss and an appre-; s fiction which she longs for. . I say to ; jf If You Want a Place From the Liberalite: Twenty-three pupils make He- Roll grades the first six weeks of th. second semester. They are as fol- you that a picture that will send men e lows: Hazel Atchinson, Helen Boles, to tkcir homes to do things like these : g Frederick Clearman, Adaline Cor-j is a n.iTlity sermon in the real sense jf whore you can arrange to meet people you have to see, dum, Mildred Cure, Fern Ellsaesser, i oil the word. We need a preachment s nf l f i ii ii. rii 1-1.4.- r I in . a . aj.. v ni lg . 4(ijti uugie, an as. iiiunuiie uana iikv mis hi Amenta ,iuuujr w F" i way, Vivian Henry, John Irwin, Mar-j pit is so effective or reaches a larger congregation than the pulpit of the motion picture screen". lin Kelly, Rufus King, Elizabeth Leas, Rba Mann, Dale. Nichols, Florence 'Plymcll, Clifford - Sawyer, Oleta Strickland, Henry Scandrett, Irene Schultz, Eleanor Stricklin, Arvilla' Williams and Paul Johnson. Fred Randals of near Dombey, was attending to business interests in the city Saturday. HUGOTON PASTOR TO OXFORD Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Sampson of Hugoton, ' boarded the Rock Island here Monday for Oxford, Kansas, where Rev. Sampson has. been rtans erred for the coming year ai pastor of the M. E. chuch of that place. They will stop over Jn Wichita and Rer. Sampson -will be in a hospital there for a short tiaia. ; I. J. Edwards returned the latter part of the week to Newark, Ohio, after attending the' funeral of his father, Wm. Edwards, of this city, and staying if few days here with relatives. , ' REV. BOLTON IN OHIO where yon con feel free to drop in for shelter and a busi- s ness talk, oftentimes to write or telephone, step into The 1 CITIENS STATE BANK. Consider this bank a service g institution, as well as a fiiiiincinl institution. Farmers I and townfolk alike are invited and are welcome to make I use of our directors' room. : The Rutland correspondent in the Pomeroy, Ohio, Democrat, says: : , "Rev. Harley Bolton ' of Kansas, preached at the Baptist church Sun day morning and evening. He was a former Rutland boy and his many Mends gave him a hearty welcome. It- is sincerely hoped he will locate here as pastor.' The Citizens State Bank v of Liberal Deposit Protected by the Bank Depositors Guarantee, i ' Law ef the State of Kaotas 5