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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
Kismet Klippings
' Mrs. Jessie Stockton was called to
Green City, Missouri, last Friday on
account of the illness of her'brother.
, D. K.Baty Is quite ill" at this time
With pneumonia.
Ferris Kiddoo is the proud owner
of a new Ford truck, purchased from
the Kismet agency lust Saturday.
' The Young Folks Sunday school
class enjoyed the evening at the N.
C. Moody home on StvPatricks day.
,. Mrs. Ireland of Mullinville, is vis
iting With her daughter, Mrs. E. F.
Xew'is.
Isaac Harris and family and Ira
Griffith of Elbing," Kansas, came in.
Sunday to attend the funeral of Viola
.Mullinix. 1 i
F. Pickering and family of Plains,
spent Sunday at the Geo:- Noland
home.
Frank Owens, who has been away
for about a week on account of the
.illness of his mother, returned Sun
.day and reports his brother much im
proved in health.
A large delegation from here at
tended the Community meeting at
the court house in Liberal Saturday. ,
R. A. Evans of Liberal, was in Kis
met on business last Tuesday. ' ' ,
Harvey Sanger and Wm. Cook of
Arkalon, were in Kismet Tuesday.,
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Lewis are the
proud parents of an eight-pound boy
D R. Green and wife, Mrs. W. S.
Longacher, Mrs. Amos (Longacher,
and S. K. Slaven were in Liberal on
business Monday.
P. L Pavis made business trip to
Bucklin' and Wichita the latter part
of "Jthe week
Joe Benson was shopping in Lib
eral between' trains Wednesday.
, Rev. F. Oleii Hunt of Liberal, was
in Kismet Tuesday.
F. Gestenslager and G. A. Bayha
were transacting business south of
the river Thursday.
Tom Benson left Thursday for his
home in southern Texas. v
Geo. Savidge motored to , Liberal
on business Thursday. '
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gilliatt are
quite ill with the flu at this time.
J. C Benson and H S Mooney at
tended lodge at Plains Thursday evening
JHIMIMIIM
I Farmers
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C. L. Davis and wife-spent Sun
day with Mrs. Davis' mother, Mrs.
J. W. Pinkerton
John Bruner made a business trip
to Wichita the first of the week.
' Mrs. 'A. L. Reynolds spent Satur
day and Sunday with her parents, J.
W. Cardwell and family.
R. Fellows arrived from La Junta,
Colorado, the first of the week with
his household goods.
H. S. Mooney and wife, L. A. Nel
son, Mrs. Geo. Noland and Mrs. S.
K, Slaven were shopping in Liberal
Tuesday.
Beryl Risley was called to Greens
burg Monday to attend the funeral
of his brother's small baby.
Mrs. N. G. Moody was in Liberal
the first of the week for treatment
Dr. Vera Young made a business
trp to Satanta Sunday.
Hubbard Murray of Forgan, was a
business in the city this week.
Miss Ruth Wright had her tonsils
removed Tuesday at a local hospital.
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SEED POTATOES
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Mr. and Mrs. V. J Ross were shop
ping in the city Tuesday. They live
eighteen- miles southeast of the city.
Grow Sudan
for Seed
Seed for planting,, furnished Free
And Contract .the Seed. Crop at a
stated price.
Mangelsdorf Seed Co.
Atchison, Kas.
For further particulars see
Equity Exchange Ass'n
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kraft and Mrs.
A L. Kraft returned to their home in
Tvrone Wednesday after visiting here
i a few days at the C. M. Yocum home.
Liberal, Kansas
J. Wilkerson of Boyd, Oklahoma,
was a business visitor in the city
Wednesday.
L. V. Gardner and R J Terwilliger
made a business trip to Moscow Wed
nesday. Miss Jane Rice returned Tuesday
evening from Hutchinson where Rhe
spent a few days visiting friends.
A. C. Reed returned Monday from
Greensburg where he spent a week.
His father was quite ill but is improv
ed now.
Dr 'and Mrs. Sutton of Hugoton,
passed through Liberal enroute to
Hutchinson Wednesday, ,on a short
business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Frysinger were
up from Forgan Wednesday, and left
on No. 2 for Hutchinson, on a short
business tripr. '
Mullinville reports quite a number
of cases of flu. Itis said the cases
seem to be equally aa bad as the
seige of 1918.
J
Good Habits
Let us supply your needs in Seed Potatoes. We have
some extra' choice seed and invite your inspection -
JEtrly Ohio Seed Potatoes
$2.25 per bushel
Bliss Triumph
$3.00 per bushel
Red, Yellow and White
Onion Sets
10c per pound
All Kinds of Tested
Garden Seeds
Best varieties in all Lines. Come to us for your Seed ;
and raise good gardens.
RIGGLEBROS.
North Kansas Phone 26
and Bad
X
The easiest thing in the world to acquire is Habit; per
. haps we should say a "bad" habit.
A We may accustom ourselves to a thing until it becomes
a sort of "second nature"; a part of our daily lives.
How important-then, is it that we use ail diligence Hurt
the habits we acquire are good rather Uian bad.
'''-.
The spending habit is one of the easiest, and one of the
j most pleasant into which we are prone to drif,t.
The saving habit is more difficult, for it means in most
instances a certain amount of self denial.
However, the time must -come in the life ofevcry person
, when the habit of thrift is rewarded; the habit of spend
ing regretted.
The person who lives from day to day is flirting with dan
ger. Unforseen contingencies arise and then comes the
thought of how he might have prepared in times past.
Why not look the future in the face and be prepared by"
saving a portion . of your earnings and investing in the
8 per cent Gold Notes of the Liberal Light, Ice & Power
Company? These notes are sold on payments anyone can
' meet, and provide a safe, well-paying investment, for any
one, whether he desires to invest hundreds or thousands.
They are sold in denominations of $100.00 and up.
Come In and Talk It Over
v- . START FORMING A GOOD HABIT NOW .
theldberallight, Ice &powerco.
, ri FELIX L. CADOU, Manager '
L. D. Weidensaul made a business
trip to Forgan Wednesday.
R. B. Smith of the Rose Valley
neighborhood was in Vc city today.
Mrs. Maurice Pysher and children
are quite sick with the flu this week.
Chas. E. Nelson of Tyrone under
went a successful operation at a local
hospital the first of the week.
Mrs. Smartha of east of town under
went an operation at a local hospital
this week. ,
Father Crvne made a trio to Plains
Wednesday evening in the interest of
his church work.
Mrs. I. L Milburn of Dermott Kan
sas was operated on at a local hospi
tal this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fincher'and Mrs Hahn
of Fortran were shopping and visiting
in the city Tuesday.
A congregational meeting of the
Episcopal people will be held tonight
at the W. G. Young home on north
Prospect.
Mr. Stitt of near Moscow was in the
! city this week to visit his children who
are here attending school,
is a ranchman.
Mr. Stitt
. Jack Davis the small son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E Davis had his tonsils remov
ed the" first of the week and is doing
nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wright were up
from Optima visiting at the home of
Mr. Wright's mother, Mrs. I. N.
Wright.
Mrs. D. C. Wood motored to the
home of her daughter Mrs. Floyd Hea
ton Monday where she spent the day.
Mrs. Heaton lives north of the city on
the Cimarron.
j A picture appeared in the photo
gravure section of the 8unday Wich
ita .Eagle this week, of Dr. E, O.
Gimple and the four Matkin boys,
just after one of their wolf hunts
on the Cimarron. The picture showed
six coyotes which they had killed. '
ANNOUNCEMENT
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of Register of
Deeds of Seward county, subject to the
will of the Republican voters in the
August primaries. 1
,,.jlUEERT.CBRISENDINE ; .
32tfe ; Kismet, Kansas.
ipiiiniM
I . WELDING
S '
a Having taken over the Welding Department of the Big
l our Machine Shop, will state that I am competent to
handle, any kind or class of work in the welding line, no
matter what metal. Have had five ears of continuous
experience, and absolutely guarantee satisfaction and fl
reasonable price
Will go out on jobs when called and will
come to shop at night when called
So don't fail to bring that .Aluminum job
C. L. WIGGINS
At Big 4 Machine Shop ' Phone 425
giiiiiiuiimniwuM
J. H. Cheathow was down from
Bucklin Saturday, looking after busi
ness interests
ELECTION PROCLAMATION
Notice of Annual City Election
State of Kansas" )
) ss.
Seward County )
To All Whom It May Concern:
I, W. V. Griffith, Mayor of the City
of Liberal, Kansas, under and by vir
tue of the authority vested in me by
law, do herpby declare and proclaim,
and give notice that the annual city
eloction, for the election of the of
ficers hereinafter mentioned, will be
held in the City of Liberal, Seward
County, Kansas, on Tuesday, the 4th
day of April, 1922, at which time the
following officers of the City and of
School District No. 2 will be elected,
to-wit:
One Cdunoilmen from the First
Ward; . ' : ' .
One Councilmen from the Second
Ward; . .
One Councilman from the. Third
Ward:; ' " V
. One Member of the Board of Ed
ucation to fill the unexpired term of
H. W. Magruder, resigned.
I further designate the following
places in said City at which said elec
tion will be held and the following
persons to act as Judges and Clerks
of such election; ' ' .
First Ward : Legion Club Rooms, un
der Peoples State Bank; Judges,
W. O. Woods, W C Creed, and
Mrs. B. H. Day; Clerks Mrs. Geni
vive Smith and Mrs. W, F. Brown.
Second' "Ward." Southwestern Hard
ware Bldg., Corner Lincoln and
Second. Judges, T. G. Hubbard,
Mrs. Minnie J. Grinstead and W.
D. Connelly; Clerks, Mrs. H. A.
Gasklll and Mrs. J. H. Woods.
Third Ward: M. C. Mann Garage,
North Kansas. Judges, J. G. Ault,
Clerks, Mrs. Osa Nichols and Mrs.
Nadia Edwards.
Adjacent Territory, School Dist. No.
2, Court House. Judges, O. L Cain,
J. G. Muse and W. H. Emrie;
Clerks, Mrs. C. W. Miller and Mil-
dred Feather. . . .
The polls will be open at 9 o'clock
a. m., and (close at 6 o'clock, p. m.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand at Liberal,
Kansas, this 22nd' day of, March, .
1922. ....
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X. r ,r nmnnTmvT
Tl T , Ul.il AAA , .
Mayor.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of tko Interior .'
U. S. Land Office at Topeka, Kansas.
February 16, 1922.
NOTICE is hereby given that Hu
bert C. Brisendine of Kismet, Kansas,
who, on July 10, 1917, made Addi
tional Homestead Entry, Serial No.
04753, 014339 D. C, for N. 1-2. S.W.
1-4. and W. 1-2 N. W. 1-4, Section
32, Township 83 S.,. Range 81 W. 6th
Principal Meridian, has filed notica
of intention to make Three Year
Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before the Probate
judge oi sewara county, iiansas, at
Liberal, Kansas,' on the 29th day of
March, 1922. I
,. Claimant names as witnesses:
Belar Burr, George D. Ormiston,
George H. Rose, Harry W. Lepper,
all of Kismet, Kansas. i
- GEORGE a ALLEN,
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