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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
. Mrs. Minnie J, Grinstead left Mon day evening for Topeka, where she will attend an educationul meeting. I Drvv let AMrt rn laeiip ILLUSTRATED BOOKLET - Miss Jane Rice, milliner at Gor man's, left - Sunday morning , for Hutchinson, on a short pleasure trip. Lawrence Hays : was down from Kismet Monday, doing some trading and consulting with physicians, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Center of Bal ko, Oklahoma, were shopping in the city Monday. 1 Mrs. Ed Kern of Tyrone, was shop ping in the city Saturday and visited with friends. Mrs. Forest Chamberlain returned Monday from Kismet, where she has been visiting with her parents a few days. ' The first Rock Island railroad con struction in the state of Kansas oc curred as early at 1875, according Tyrone Items !2SS Thf porch at the Bollinger store 'g was removed last Monday, which makes the front of the stoic look iff to, data collected by officials of that much nlcer" DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES We Can Fit You Per fectly with Kryptok Lenses Examination Free Dr. E. F. PELLETTE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Rooms in the Peoples State Bank Building IUIIIUIIimiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIUIIIIIIII1IHIIIIIIHIIIIIimilllllltllillllllHltlllHI railroad who are preparing to publish a Rock Island historical booklet for general distribution in , connection with the observance of the Seventieth Anniversary of that irailway next October The first Rock Island pas senger train was operated out of Chicago on October 10, 1862. The Rock Island records show that that line reached Ft Leavenworth, Kansas, in 1875, thus completing a line from Leavenworth into Chi cago. , Much of the present Rock Island lines now in operation in the state , of Kansas date from 1886-1888, this ' railroad having a total of about 1100 , miles in operation in Kansas in 1888. j It was in this year that the Rock Island trains entered Colorado . Springs. The principal Kansas lines ' of the present Rock Island were I built by the old .Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska railroad, which was absorb ed by the Rock Island System on July 27,, 1890. Readers of this newspaper are re quested by the Rock Island officials to communicate with the Passenger Traffic Department of this railroad in Chicago, in case they have any information or photographs dealing with the early history of the Rock Island lines in Kansas. John Meyer returned Monday af ternoon from a short business trip to Hooker. A m Miss Dona Wilson, former tele graph operator here, came in from Dalhart, Texas, Friday evening, and visited a short time with Miss Lucile Jarrett. Miss Wilson will be em ployed at Ramona for sometime. i Will You Buy the Most For Your Money? , Buying a cur is a ninttrr for earnest considera tion, and you owe it to yourself to get the most for your money. If you plan on buying in the "small car" class .you will find upon investigation that Chevrolet is away ahead of everything in this clas. In fact, you will find Chevrolet in a class by itself. No other cur within several hundred dol- lars of the price of the Chevrolet offers so much real value. The new Chevrolet has. been changed and im proved until there is no doubting its ability to stand up and perform every last set. There are old model Chevrolets in Liberal which have done 2r,000 miles and they arc still good cars bodies in good shape, engine working perfectly. The best boosters for Chevrolet are the users. We don't ask you to take our word ask some of the men who have driven a Chevrolet for years , ' then come in and let us demonstrate the new model. There is not a "peppier" engine made than the Chevrolet engine; in sand and on grades Chevro let goes where others stand still. Chevrolet own ers will verify this statement. ' It will cost you nothing to investigate and it may save you several hundred dollars iiayour car investment. Chevrolet, is the car to buy this Spring. Plenty . j of new models ready for demonstration and dc ,.. livery. ' ' BODECKER MOTOR CO. Buicks Chevrolets Repairs Accessories Paul Wright and family of Optima, are here this week visiting at the home of Mrs. Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Riffe. Lester Lazenby was a Tyrone vis- ( itor last Monday, He is farming 9 1 miles north of Tyrone.' I Rev. B. 0. McCormick has been ' transfered to Montezuma, Kansas. Their many friends will miss them from Tyrone. , U. G. Warren reports to us that David Ireland, living east of Tyrone, has bought lumber and began the , erection of fine residence. If the farmers keep on building they will soon put the residences of Tyrone to. shame. I We noticed in last week's Observer that our new editor never said a word about himself, so we think it time to bring him into the limelight. Mr. Cullen Mast has assumed the po sition as editor of the Tyrone Ob server. We congratulate Mr. Mast and wish him success in his new ven ture. Mr. Maynard, the outgoing editor, will remain in the office as an assistant for a while at least. From a card received from. Dan Pittman, who left here about two weeks ago, for Aztec, New Mexico, j he reports fine prospects there in the g oil wells. About two weeks some of our en- crgetic business men woke up to the fact that something must- be done to j wake up Tyrone and vicinity. So, g a meeting was called and matters B talked over and a Club was organized s its name to be The Tyrone Booster g Club with Fred Speakman as secre- 1 tary-treasurer, and first they decided i to have a free picture show every 1 Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m. So, g last Saturday afternoon, despite the g bad roads, we witnesed the largest H crowd in Tyrone that has been seen 1 for many months. At the opening of the show Jack Collins, our genial a barber, made a fine address, telling the purpose of the Club and urged g everyone to feel at home in Tyrone g on Saturday afternoon. The films g shown was fine, having such short no tice to get them. There was 1 reel of Pathe News, Very interesting; 2 reels of the Custard Base Ball nine (comedy) and 2 reels of one of Har old Lloyd's best comedies. The . house was packed to standing room and the a mythical fountain of youth was best of order was had. Mr. Dunham discovered to be a reality twelve and Mr. Collins solicited the money years ago, and Rotary Clubs, Ki for this worthy cause and did a fine I wanis, Chambers of Cpmnferee, the nnouncement We wish to announce that we have purchased the Cleaning and Pressing business of Eldon Dudley and are ready to serve you at all times with expert work manship in - Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Work called for and delivered. Promptness our motto We are agents for The Royal Tailors and Mason & Hansen, and will be pleased to have you call and in spect our new Spring lines. .... Suits Made to Measure and guaranteed as to fit and workmanship MAAS & FERGUSON CLEANING WORKS Phone 109 218 N. Lincoln ll'HtHIIHIIIIItlliritllll llllfll miiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii HOW CLUBMEN KEEP YOUNG. ! The Wichita Beacon says: What is supposed to have been Robert Levi arrived Thursday evening from Lawrence where he has been attending ihe State University. He will not return to school this session. , , Mrs. W. H. Smith of Trenton, Mis souri, is in the city visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a. Li. Bucnanan. Mrs. Smith wain formerly Miss Cordia Buchanan. 1 , job of it. The Club will soon take up other matters to help boost Ty rone. While it will take finance to carry out these things, let each one share and do his or her part and make this a lively burg. LIBERAL BOY FOLLOWS LATEST IN WIRELESS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1II0IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM Lions and similar busines men's or ganizations have lately discovered it for themsellves. This fountain of youth is service to boyhood. . The Boy Scouts of America in the twelve years they have been with us, have enrolled upwards ,of half a million men as leaders in one capacity or another. Among the !best supporters of the movement are these various , g business clubs, chambers of com-! f merce and others. They are produc-! j ing scoutmasters and council mem- i g bers and generous friends, and in j 1 many, many ways are giving substan-' m tial leadership,' all the time renew- j ing their own youth by this enthusias-1 g tic interest in youth and service to 1 1 boyhood. It' may be Hd that oneia 7 From the Lrberalite: Clifford Sawyer, who has been a wireless bug for sometime, says that wireless telegraph is too slow and old-fashioned for him. He therefore, has installed a set for wireless tele phone. Of late most of the messages have been sent by telephone instead of telegraph. All athletic) are re ported at me time tney are going on. of the higgest contributions the boy I All important speeches are sent out . mov-'t v.. mHde to Amer- I by wireless telepnone. Almost every . JiSeyiESaJi2- 9 '.7;. irii is in intprpstinc such a creat evening there is a concert somewhere . number of men fa active leadership 1 1 that may be caugnt. Clifford is also going . to install outfits for several of the business men in town. He has also received several requests to set up outfits in Elkhart and other nearby towns. asociation with boys. I Miss Effie White shopped and vis ited in the city Saturday. Miss Roma Brown of Arkalon, was attending the teachers meeting and shopping in the city Saturday. j -I II Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Davis of Lib- eral, announce the birth of a son I at the Wesley hospital on Saturday,; Mrs. Fred Wettstein and daughter, named Kobert William. Mrs. Davis 1 Miss Elsie, of the Rose Valley neigh-' was Miss Christine . Davis, daughter S borhood, were shopping in the city of Mr. and Mrs. George P. Davis of,l Saturday. (First Published March 16, 1922) PUBLICATION NOTICE In the District Court of Seward County, Kansas. I Lela Sturdefant, Plaintiff, vs. Miron Stnrdifant, Defendant. State of Kansas, Seward County, ss: The State of Kansas to the above named defendant, Miron Sturdefant: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED That you have been sued in the Dis trict Court of Seward County, Kan- sas, in an action wherein Lela S,tur : defant is plaintiff and you are de I fendant, and that you must answer the petition of plaintiff therein filed : on or before the 29th day of April, 1922, or said petition will be .taken , as true and confessed' by. you, and that judgment will be rendered against you granting the .plaintiff an absolute decree of divorce from ' you. F..O. Rindom, ' (Seal) . , Clerk of District Court H. A. Gaskill, -T . ",i , t Attorney for PUtntit. 1 3M Yale Avenue. Wichita Eagle. (First Published March 16, 1922) State of Kansas, ) . ) ss. Seward County, ) The State of Kansas, to W. E. Husted:x You are hereby notified that ydu have been sued in Justice Court be fore H: A.. Gaskill, Justice of the Peace, City of Liberal, Seward Coun ty, Kansas, by the Star Grocery Company, and that J. F. Wilkerson, was summoned as garnishee, and has answered that he is indebted to you in the sum of $60.00, and has paid soad sum into court as garnishee; that unless you answer. in said case on or before the 8th day of April, 1922, at the hour of 10 a. m., judg ment will be rendered against you for the sum of $63.00, and . a fur ther judgment ordering that the said indebtedness from said garnishee to you be applied in payment of said indebtedness to plaintiff, and the COBt , " ' ; Grinstead ft Cosgrove, " Attorneys for Plaintiff. You best have "luck" when you GO AFTER it right. A sura way to find luck U toBANK YOUR MONEY regularly and add to your j oalance. . . B l ' . " s The more money you have the more POWER you have power to g in reii or vjipana jour uu.inca, biiu cuifiwj u ..i. m tu bvw 7 . you already have. We invite YOUR Banking Butinen : 1 I The Peoples State Bank ! i!lllllllllllinilllillllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!lllllll!llllllllllllilllllll!lll Private Money I have the best fann loan terms ever , offered to land owners in Seward, Stevens, Beaver and Texas Counties. ' If needing a loan, see me H. HOBBLE Miller Bldg. Liberal, Kans.