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THE LIBERA!. DEMOCRAT.
Society . Mrs. Harry Malone was hostess to '.. the Presbyterian Ladies Aid Wednes day afternoon, . , t t t ' ' Fishing Trip ' 1 Mr. nd Mrs. J. T. Newby and daughters, Lela and Gladys ,and Miss Sarah Snow spent Saturday and Sun day at the club house on the Beaver, They report a good catch of fish. t t t Royal Neighbors The Royal Neighbors held their regular Lodge Meeting Friday night at the K. P. Hall. After the business session a covered dish luncheon was served, and little Kewpies were given as favors by Mrs. P. F. Hanlin in keeping with children's week. A pleas ant social hour was enjoyed by all present. t t t Musical Association Program The Liberal Musical Association will present a program at the Tucker Theatre Sunday aftenoon, May -14. There will be no admission charged. All the members and friends of the Association are expected to be pres ent to enjoy our "May Festival" of music. Mrs. 0. J. Wilkins entertained Fri day for the Embroidery club at her home on West Fifth Steet. The Young Married Folks Class of the Friends Sunday School were en tertained at the E. F. Gordon home Wednesday evening on North Jordan. The evening was spent in games and music after which ice cream and cake were served. The "Every Man's Clas" of the Christian Sunday School are giving a banuuet toniirht in the basement of the church for all the boys of the Sun. day School from the intermediate de partment up. The Ladies of Mrs. E E. McHugh class are serving the din ner. Mr. H. Hobble will be toast master. Births Born: to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mavity, April 28, a boy. Born: to Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Shanks April 28, a boy. COMMENCEMENT FOR RURAL SCHOOLS The Eighth grade graduation ex ercises of the rural schools will be held at the Christian church May 20. The graduates will furnish the pro gram which will appear in next weeks' issue. GRADED SCHOOL EXAMINATION The Graded School Examinations for County Diplomas will be held at Kismet, Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13, beginning at 8:00. Signed EMMA THOMPSON County Superintendent TAKING CONSISTORY The Popular '.. '. Store? " At Popular , Prices WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS Eifle Buttonless , Union Suits ... . The last word in comfortable, convenient underwear for summer wear. Dainty materials and colors make them highly desirable. Before buying summer under wear ask to see the Eifle Buttonless Union Suits. They are most reasonably priced. 5 yards Gingham ..... 82c See the new Kiddie-Alls Comfortable" play garments for the little tots. Cover 'cm up and keep 'cm clean. DRESS MATERIALS The new goods for sumr mer dresses are now on display in a wonderful ly large assortment, in cluding Voiles Organdies Flaxons Silk Gingham Tissue Gingham Splendid new patterns and color ranges are varied that all may be pleased. Ask to see these 10 yards Muslin . ... . 98c Watch for Our Wednesday Specials- The Popular Store At Popular Prices Mrs. H. Hobble was quite ill at her home on North Sherman this week. C. R. Wright of Gray, was in the city Monday, transacting business. Mrs. J. T. King was operated on at a local hospital this week and is doing nicely. Nolan Bond made a business trip to Wichita Tuesday, returning Wed nesday night. Miss Hazel Beir of Guymon visited several days here this week at the John Rerick home. E. A. Evans, W. C. Anderson, and Dr. eCn II. Day are in Wichita this Week taking the Consixtory Degree in Masonry. This is a big week in Wichita, and there are canidates from all over the country for the Consistory Degree. Mrs, Paul McHargue and baby of La Junta, Colorado, were in the city this week, visiting with friends. "President O. P. Byers of the Kan eas & Oklahoma Railroad was here several days this week on business. T. G. Pate left Sunday for Kansas City where he is attending an inter national convention of Photographers, Mrs David C Urdus of near Hook er, was shoping and visiting friends here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Just of Boyd, Oklahoma, were visiting in the city the first of the week. Mrs. Roy Twist of Meade came In on No. 1 for a visit with her sister Mrsfl A. F. Gorman. A. M. Gibson of near Hugoton was here Saturday visiting with friends and doing some trading. H. Gibson of Grand Valley, was doing some trading here the first of the week. J. E. Goff of Bucklin was in Liberal today on business trip connected with the Riney and Newby real estate firm. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Gray were in from the ranch near Satanta Mon day, looking after their business in terests. Mrs. F. M. Beaty returned Wed nesday from Hutchinson, where she has been on a short business and pleasure trip. i Mrs. D. C. Wood motored to the Floris neighborhood taoin hrdlu TA Floyd Heaten farm north of the city Tuesday afternoon. O. J. Wilkins left Sunday for Dal hart where he has recently bought a Jewelry store and is now in charge. Mrs. Wilkins and children will leave u soon as school is out. Mr. and Mrs. Ira-aalley spent a few daysjthis week in Kansas iCty. Mr. Salley was attending to business matters and Mrs." Salley did some shopping and visiting. ' x Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Kniseley of the week, visiting at the home of. Mr. Moscow, were in the city the first of and Mrs. 3. E. Mann. Mrs, Kniseley was formerly Miss Jladys Mann. R. B. Ravenscroft of the Dubois & Ravenscroft clothing store, returned Saturday from a buying trip to Chica go and a visit to his own home in Indiana. While in Chicago, Roy atten ded a Rotay luncheon and says that he had the finest kind of a time. Ar riving in the home of his boyhood he found no one who knew him. It had been twenty-two years since he had been there, and he had to introduce himself to such old friends he was able to recognize. Roy is pretty well sat isfied with Liberal and the southwest since his return, altho he had a pleas ant trip. Miss Pauline Sturman of Chicago, arrived in Liberal Tuesday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. L. M. Reynolds, he sisters, Leo Reynolds, Olive Fulton, and Mrs. Harry Ravenscroft and bro ther, Homer Reynolds. This is Miss Sturman '5 first visit to the southwest, and she finds many peculiar and in teresting things. COUNTY NORMAL TRAINING EXAMINATIONS The Examination for Normal train ing certificates and High School cre dits will be held at the County Super intendents office, Friday and Saturday May 19 and 20. The Examinatons will begin at 8:00. Signed EMMA THOMPSON County Superintendent i Mrs. J. G. Ault entertained the Auction Bridge Club and their hus bands Tuesday evening at a deli cious dinner. Mrs. L. F. Todd arrived today for a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. H. Neighbors. HOOVER It BEATS.., as it Sweeps as it Cleans Clean Your Rugs Clean at Home Save yourself the cost snd in convenience of having your rugs taken up and cleaned twice a year. Save the embarrassment of having them look dim and ' clogged with dirt between times. Get a Hoover and enjoy the pride of lovely-clean rugs the year around. Dirt gets into your rugs every day. Much of it sifts into their depths to cling and stay, immune to hand sweeping. Rapidly it accumu lates. Germs swarm in it and menace health. Shoes press the soft rug nap upon this dirt, composed largely of sharp grit. The nap is thus ground off. Your rug!) grow threadbare, years too soon. Let us show you hoa The Hoover electrically beats out all such ?;erm-laden nap-destroying dirt rom rug depths, thus safe guarding health and preserving your rigs from wear. . In addition, The Hoover elec trically sweeps up stubbornest litter, erects crushed nap, fresh ens colors and powerfully cleans by air all in one easy, rapid, dust. operation. Phone us today for a free dem onstration in your home of . The Hoover and its air-cleaning attachments. Rtmemitr, The Hoover is guaranteed by the oldest and largest makers of electric cleaners, and we back that guaranty in this city with fir unqualified endorsement. You can OWN : Hoover on convenient terms of payment only 56.25 down and similarly small ftavm-nts each month Liberal Electric Co. At the Light Office TO TRADE FOR VACANT LOTS Studebaker, Allen, Fords They are priced to sell Kennedy at Griffith & Baughman's REBEKAHS PUT ON ' . WORK AT HOOKER The entire Rebekah Staff went to Hooker Friday afternoon. They were met at the train by the Committe and taken to the Hall where the session, was opened and the Liberal Staff put on the Degree Work. They also gave a clever little play called "The Third Degree" which caused much enjoyment to all the ladies present The Meeting was a District meet ing and the Rebekahs from Guymon, Tyrone, and Texhoma, were all pres ent. Later in the evening a banquet was served, after which the Hooker Staff put on a colored Ministrel Show, 'which caused much amusement. The Rebekahs will go to Kismet Friday afternoon and attend the School of instruction, which will be given there, and at night, the Kismet Staff will put on the work. Th. Staff from Hooker will put on the work here sometime in June, . "i ' -Kolen Bond is in Wichita this week on a short business and pleasure trip. FRESHMAN WIN GRADE HONORS That' CI 888 Headed the List With Eleven Members On the Roll Of Honor From the Liberalite: . The honors go to the Freshman in the second six weeks, ,as eleven Fresh men, 7 Juniors, S Sophomores, and no Seniors made the Honor Roll Grade They are: Opal Arnett, Hazel Atkin son, . Helen Boles. Irma Chamberlin, Adallne Cordum, Nadine Ellsaesser, Myrle Engel, Mildred Headrick, Jose phine Hinds, John Irwin, Jaul Johnson, Elizabeth Leas, Reba Mann, Helen Mertz, Florence Plymell, Henry Scan drett, Fay Still, Elanor Strickland, Arvilla Williams, Cora Pearl Williams. " Mr. and Mrs.' Ed Gardner of Bea ver, and O. O. Mendenhall of Gate, Oklahoma, were here Tuesday look ing after business interests. Mr. Gardner is county attorney of Beaver eounty. , POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS . For County Sheriff I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of Sheriff of Seward County, Kansas, subject to the action of the Democratic prima ries in August. CANEY HIBBS, Liberal, Kansas. For Register of Deeds 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. HUBERT C. BRISENDINE - Kismet, Kansas. ' For County Sheriff I hereby announce my candidacy for the office Of Sheriff of Seward County, subject to the will of the voters ' of the Republican party in the August primaries. JOHN W. FREEMAN, Liberal, Kansas. For County Sheriff I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Seward County, subject to the will of the voters of the Democratic party in the August primaries. O. E. DOBSON, Liberal, Kansas. OR SHERRIF I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of sheriff of Seward County subject to the will of the Re maries. publican Voters in the August pri A. L. HIGGINS Liberal, Kansas. TOR KAT.R: A freHh Cow four years old. W. G. Young, Phone 2171. 46tfc STRAWBERRY plants for sale. Pro gessive Everbearing.r $1.00 per hundred. Giant 999 sold by Gardner Nursery Company at 56 a dozen; $8 per hundred. No plants delivered. Mrs. K. V. Welch, 812 North Prespec 4ot2p WANTED to communicate with par ties driving to Wichita in the next thre weeks. Address 153, Ohio Ave nue, Wichita Kansas. 46tlp toyd VCXFT ftvA wutm tinuM. dose In. Chas. W. Rogers, Basement of tne George Buucnng- wc FOR RENT two unfurnished ground fnnr nrivata entrance with porch, next to bath. No children. Phone 670 eoxip Miss Alice Nichols, accompanied by Mrs. J. B. Miller, took her Sun day school class for a picnic supper a. Light's. Grove Wednesday even ing. A general food time was en joyed by the youngsters GARDNER'S r inn J '?. 7. v : A NEW 6-room Bungalow on North Pershing; priced to sell. A SIX-ROOM Bungalow on North Prospect; modern except heat; can be handled on very easy terms. ASK US We have anything .you want in the way of Real Estate and Oil Leases. FOR Rent Unfurnished three-room apartment and modern sleeping rooms; close in.. WANT ADS FOR SALE Pure bred Mammoth Bronze Turkey Eggs, at 40c each. Mrs. Vida Crissman, Route B. 44tSp FOR RENT Sleeping rooms in mod ern home. 34 S. Pershing. 42tf FOR SALE Bundle kafir; in the field or delivered. Call Gus Grim "fey. 24tfc FORDS les than $100.00 while ttey last. Just the thing for good speed sters. R. O. Tobias, at Overland Gar age 84tfc WANTED Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry to repair. Prompt ser vice. Prices right. Our work is guaranteed. STONER-MALONE. FOR SALE Business lot on Kansas Avenue, a little more than a block from Postoffice. Will sell reasonable for a quick deal. Gerald Thorpe, Liberal, Kansas. 40tfc GOOD COUNTRY LARD For Sal. at 16c per pound. W. C. Bryan, four miles south and six east of town. P. O. Box 6. 40tfe FOR SALE House. Will take Ford' car as part payment W, S. Bangs, 10th and Prospect tfc FOR SALE Baby Chicks, 10 cents each. Phone 2438. Ed Brier. 3 8 tfc SEED Broom corn, cane, kafir and milo seed for sale. G. B. Stone, Lorena, Oklahoma. 4 3 tfc FOR SALE A new Chevrolet Tour ing car. Sell on good terms te right party. J. T, Newby. - 43t4c FOR TRADE Half section 17 miles north of Lakin, Kansas. Will trade equity for city property. One quar ter in Seward county to exchange for city property or cash and terms. Melvin J. Wheeler, Phone 4334, 711 North Lincoln. 3tfc " FOR RENT Four room house. Phone 25. Florida Walker. t2c FOR SALE All of my household goods. J. C. Cohenour, 110 South Pershing. 46t3p FOR SALE OR TRADE 320 acres sandy rolling land, slightly im proved; 200 acres in cultivation. Will trade this in on wheat land, or will take good care. Good terms if desired. R. O. Tobias, Box 144, Lib eral, Kansas. 45t2c WANTED Work on farm for man, and daughter wants general house work. A. J. Tardy, with Ira Gadbury, one mile -north of Floris. Phone 6, line 3, Floris, Oklahoma. ' 46t2 AT SUNSHINE FARM ydu will find a registerel Percheron stallion, a registered Mammoth jack, registered Holstein'bull, and a pure-bred Poland China boar for service. Terms: See bills. G. B. Stone, 1 mile north of Lorena, Oklahoma. 4 3 tfc FOR SALE CHEAP A good old team of mules. R. O. Tobias, Lib eral, Kansas. 45t2c PLANT BETTER BROOM Corn Seed Increase your tonage. Grow better brush. The trade and the housewife demand better brooms. Webber's Own ' Grown Oklahoma Evergreen Dwarf. $3.00 per bushel. Bags free. Vickers Grain & Seed Company, distributors. Liberal Kansas. . 46tfc FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 250 pounds ice capacity $36.00. Cabinet Graph ophone with 60 records $76.00. Brown Leghorn hens, thorobreds, $1.00 each. One cook shack without wheels $15.00 one 12 foot counter and restaurant fixtures. Some furniture, also three rooms te rent m paving. Inquire a O. K. Radiater Shop. t $800.60 CASH and Balance is) ft yean a 6 percent will boy quarter near the new Railroad in the east part of Grant county. J.A. Brooks Land and Auto Company. 46tl"e LOST": Between New York street and the Mann Garage, Ladies brown lea ther hand bag containing money. Finder please return to Mrs. A. J Whetsein. 630 N. Oklahoma 46tle Wanted: Sod breaking with tractor or would lease section of wheat land to either summerf allow of work later. W. C. Bryan, Liberal Kansas: Bo 6. 46tfc . ... FOR TRADE, Farm and town Proper ty in North Dakota for Kansas or Oklahoma Real Estate. Call or write Room 2, Duckwall building; KlbersI, Kansas.;. V . :- ';