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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
SON TO KEEP DAD'S ACCOUNTS am is going to keep dad a farm ac count book this year. A new boys dub, whoso members will keep all the farm accounts for one year has been started in .Kan sas by the. state depart ment of boy's and girl's clubs at the Kansas State Agricultural college. E. I Rhodes, farm Management demon strator of tha extension division, has charge of the work. - . The farm management club member, makes a preliminary analysis of the farm business, keeps the cost accounts for one year, and summarizes them, and formulates an orgaization plan far the farm in the light of the profit and loss figures shown by the ac counts. . Clubs have already been organized at Beloit and Wakefield. Several more are planned for this year. ENGINEERS WERE GAME Pratt, Kansas. Veteren engineers here are talking of the optimism shown by Charlie Wideman and Pete Frick, the two Rock Island engineers who met death in a wreck near Plains recently. . ' Wideman was engineer on the west bound passenger train. He got off the engine at Plains for orders. Con ductor Keene told him they were to meet No. 311 at Kismet The west bound train was about two hours late. "Watch me step on it, boy," he told Keene, as he climbed into the cab. About the same time at Kismet, Frick and Conductor Frank Vail got orders to go to Plains to meet No. 812. "We'll get there all right," he told his conductor. Mrs. Lorette Kennard has accept ed a position as stenographer with the W. E. Slaven Collection agency. HUPMOBILE In introducing the Hupmobile to the peo ple of Liberal and vicinity, we are present ing a car of sterling character. Its performance, durability, dependability, economy, and high re-sale value award it an enviable reputation in its price class. This reputation it enjoys is merely what is said of the Hupntobile by the people who know it. We will stand behind that reputation. 0. T. Wood Motor Co. Automotive Garage Phone 423 South Kansas Avenue - Liberal, Kansas BOYS WHO SERVED WITH ALLIES GET PREFERENCE Washington, D. C., May 4, 1922. Un der a ruling of the United States Civil Service Commission today, citizens of the United States who served in the forces of the Allies during the World War will be given preference in ap pointments to civil service positions.! Heretofore, the preference was eaten-' ded only to those who served in the American forces, to their widows, and to their wives under certain conditions. . In authorizing this extension of the preference, the Civil Service Commis-, sion states that consideration is given to the fact service in the forces of the Allies was. in common cause, and for a considerable time under a common commander-in-chief; ' that is after March 29, 1918, when Marshal Foch was placed in command of all the al lied forces. I Mrs. Anderson of near Floris, Ok lahoma, was shopping in Liberal Sat urday. W. 0. Nelson made a trip to El Do rado the latter part of the week. Miss Laura Morris of Kismet was shopping in the city Saturday. Mrs. U. S. Leonard of Tyrone, was shopping in the city Saturday. Ray . Nelson of Perryton, was a Liberal visitor this week. Mr. Shelly made a business trip to Emporia, the latter part of the week. Mrs. H. D. Norris and children of Kismet, were shoping in the city Saturday. W. L. Huff of Satanta was in Lib eral, Friday. Mr. Huff was a former Liberal pastor. Miss Clara Calhoun went to Hook er Monday for several days visit with relatives. Save the Surface and You Save All Paint is Not for Adornment Only It's Chief Office is to PRESERVE A building well painted will last for a hundred years. One not painted would hardly last twenty years, Whether you consider durability or appearance First, you can not afford not to paint. Now is a good time to PAINT." We can furnish ost anything you want ; House Paint, Barn Paint Floor Paint, Varnish, Stains, Auto Paint, Sreen Paint or Enamels A Paint for Every Purpose Lincoln Paint is Unsurpassed SCANDRETT & FUEST Mrs. Fred Grimsley and baby, Jack, of Arkalon, were shopping in the city Saturday. Bishop Waldorf of Salina, passed through here this week on his way j to Forgan, Oklahoma. Mr! and Mrs.. Cliff Ellis of the Bethel neighborhood, were shopping in Liberal Monday. Miss Avanelee Adkins arrived Mon day from Wichita for a visit at the home of Charles Sexton. Mrs. Pearl Clark visited a few days with friends at Dodge City the latter part of the week. G. W. Miller left. Monday for Deadman, New Mexico, on a short business and pleasure trip. Mrs. H. E. Horton arrived Monday from Hooker. She will make her home here in the future. M. F. Swafford returned Monday from Fowler, where he had been in interests of his church. Mrs. J. Weins who has been visiting with friends here returned to her home in Meade' Monday. J. W. Timberlake of Plains was in the city Saturday receiving osteopa thic treatment and visiting Mends. Mr. and Mrs. Carnaham left Mon day for Pratt, Kansas where they will visit with relatives for several days. r. I.. Llirht and H. J. Salley return ed Friday from Hutchinson where they attended the Lions Convention there. m WHHh Johnson and Helen and Evelyn Carpenter went t3 Hooker for a few days visit with their aunt, Mrs. E. E. Stubby. ffllUllinilllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIINHIIIIIMHIIIIMIIMUIIIIW For Real Battery Ser vice Use An Battery Exide Battery Station Corner Kansas and Fifth 1 iimmmiiiiiniiiiiiiiw APRIL 8 TO 13 Clean-Up & Paint-Up Week IN LIBERAL A little Paint will work wonders in your home. Dress it up now in a few gallons and make it a credit to your neighborhood and an object of beauty for yourself to enjoy. Use only i a m 1 Private Money 1 I have tlie best farm loan terms ever olTered to land owners in Seward, Stevens, Beaver and Texas Counties. If needing a loan, see me H. HOBBLE Miller Bklg. Liberal, Kans. MONARCH 100 PURE PAINT Monarch Paint is made entirely from Carbonate of Lead, Pure Zinc Oxide and chemically pure tinting colors. ,Some paint adulterations are lead sul phate, magnesia (dirt), water and kerosene. lie sure the paint you use contains none of these play safe by buying Monarch 100 per cent pure paint. FORTNA LUMBER COMPANY South liberal Miller Building I V:r- III I 0.1.. - 5 Liberal, Kansas II RATH r.Ywi f.Al.l -anibfiA VAIIM HEART UVLR P. I III I f. V.I JsMAiA htyviTX. LAP'.E BOWEL fiTNfTAL OHGANt THIGHU 4 Ua Chiropractic Spinal Adjustments Will Remove the cause of D I S E A Si R Consultation and Analysis Free R. B. SMITH Phone 218 Residence 2171 Chiropractor Palmer System Mrs. A. D. McDaniels and Jane Bolin left Monday for Kansas City, for a weeks visit with, relatives and friends. Mrs. C. L." Acker returned to Ty rone Friday, after visiting here sev eral days with her mother, Mrs. Cin da Robinson. Mrs. H. Gartung who lives west of the city left Monday for Lee Summit,. Mo., where she was called by the death of her mother. G. T. Gaines, the enterprising broom corn man made a short bosi nes trip to Kansas City the latter part of the week. , Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Mchuron were here from Bucklin Saturday on busi ness. . Mr. Mahuron will head the Lib eral schools the coming term. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bond of the Lone Star neighborhood were in the city Sunday visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. George King. . - D. C. Bane and son, George, were in the city the 'latter part of the week, doing trading and visiting at the R. N.' Cunningham home. - H. H. Karber and mother, Mrs. Jul ius Cones returned Friday from Cali fornia, Mrs. Cones has been there for some time visiting relatives. .