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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
Cleaning, Pressing and Tailoring Let Us Call for Your Clothes When We Clean Them . They Are Clean , Tailors Phone 126 We Call For and Deliver PENNY yOMPANY Nabisco Items ; ' We certainly have had plenty " of rain and cloudy weather the past -week vre will surely appreciate some sun shine now. ' ' Miss Irma Martin closed a success ful term 'of schooj at Nabisco last Fri day, and despite the dreary Iweather some of the patrons wishing to show their appreciation, gathered in at the noon hour with well filled baskets, as a surprise on the teacher and pupils all enjoyed the dinner and Miss Irma expressed her thanks for the pleasant surprise, and in return the patrons ex pressed their thanks to her for the in terest she has shown n the school room during the two terms she has taught here. Mr. and Mrs. W. M.Shaw and daugh ther and M. and Mrs. Luther Shaw and son were pleasant visitors at the Joe Lewis home Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Anderson and Rev. W M.n ..... ill: ': Have your Watch, Clock and Jewelry repainng I We guarantee prompt scr- vice and right prices Iu.oie. f f ue.i us uw M your work. We kiow j we can please you I ffl STU JN JiiK-M ALU IN Jfj I at Wiley's fl JEWELERS L. G. Stoner, Watchmaker i Stont and wife were Sunday dinner visitors with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Brown Carl Eldridge of Liberal is helping J. D. Redger overhaul tractors for Mrs. Randies and Wm. Richman, and are al so repairing their own. John Mitts and wift spent Thursday with Joe Lewis and wife. Mrs. Jim Remper who underwent a successful operation ai the Liberal hospital is reported to be getting a ong nicely. W. M. Shaw, wife and daughter Miss Faye ,came in April 22nd for several their home is in Dedman New Mexico. John Mitts and family were visitors at the Mrs. E. T. Plunk home Friday weeks visit with relatves and friends, night and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Will C. Roberts are the pioud parents of a girl born A pi . 24 th. Little Avice Southern was the guest of Edith Lewis last Tuesday night. Nabisco and Banner schools are pre paring a program to be given at Nab isco school house on Friday night May 6th. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rucker of Liberal were Sunday vistors at the W. A. Lowry home. Lorena Items Emil Schewchzer's family is about well of the flu. )i. J. Dietrck and some of the child ren are having the flu this week. Mrs. C. B. Evans received a mes sage stating the serious illness of her sister who lives in Flagstaff, Arizona. She is now in a hospital at Pheonix. Arizona. Mrs. Evans is unable to go to se her on account of a severe cold and a touch of the flu. The last few days are like spring. Perhaps people will get over their spring fever and feel better. The revival closes Sunday evening, after an eighteen day session. Bro. Stipe made many friends while here and they will be glad to have him hold another series of meetings. The church was crowded to hear the last sermon with 22 members. Bro. F. H. Neff will nreach one sermon every two weeks. You are wanted at these meet' ings and at Sunday School. A short "program will be given Mother's Day, after the Sunday school hour. Independence school and Ervin school closed last Friday with a din ner and program. Roy Kinney, who has been in the A. L. and A. M. College and will be at his farm, the Melton farm, to his many friends. The all day meeting at Independence Sunday was enjoyed by all who were present, a lunch of sandwiches, pick les, pie, cake and coffee were served about one o'clock and about one o' clock, preaching by Bro. Stipe. There was a party at the R. L. Hill home Friday evening, A fine time was enjoyed by those "present. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUUWIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIUIUM 1 I VJ J. U JL U' ! !1A JIO . ' U U 11 LA 1H LH WAUTWTICSWTtM ijHof (rflWPATiMM in i I I nil I tl 5 i i mj 1 BlWfcMSHS; 1 LJ- too much to . BIT till A run i "i" 'rjJ':m :''''v j lgerati Even if ice cost as mud) as $1.00 per hundred pounds, its waste would mean nothing as compared with FOODS that will average to cost around $30 per hundred pounds. We need but to realize these things when buying a new refrigerator or even continuing with the old one. In the Automatic which in our opinion is the best re frigerator ever made you have no wate in Ice because of the honest construction. There are eight (8) walls of perfect insulation. You have.no waste in foods because of the Automatic System of cold dry air circulation; This keeps your food stuffs cold, dry, sweet and wholesome. . No danger from mildew, "sweating," foods becoming 'soft" or tainted. Besides, the Automatic Water Cooling System, which in sures chilled, pure water every hour of the day or night, is only obtainable in thisvbest-of-all refrigerators. Welcome to the demonstration during Au tomatic Food and Ice Saving Week ' . ... . W. E. Wilson Furniture Co. . " Liberal, Kansas , NOTICE TO VOTERS Those who wish to register will call on their respective precinct registrars from April 30 to May 11, 1922. C. E. BAGGERLY County Registrar. W. A. Lowry is registrar of Nabis co, No. 2, Frank Wheeler of Nabisco No. 1, Sidney Sharp of Floris. Those not voting last year are required to register this year to be eligible to vote this year. Kismet Klippings A. J. Sherer, of Mullinville, was here Tuesday looking after his land interest. Many from here attended the Wil dey meet at Meade, last Wednesday in spite of the rain. A. L. Reynolds and J. C. Benson accompanied H. D. Massoni to Liberal Tuesday, on business. Arthur Griffith, agent for Minne apolis Separators and Supplies of Hutchinson has been visiting with his uncle, George Steffen. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Brown are the proud parents of twin boys, born April 28. Raph Hagenbush of Greensburg, Kansas is acting as depot Agent here until the position can be bid in. Lester Reece has received a job as helper on the C. R. I. & P., at Tampa Kansas. Floyd Heaton left Saturday for Em pora, Kansas, for a visit. A. J. White and wife, returned Fri day from Wichita where the former has been taking treatment from an eye doctor. Mrs. N. G. Moody and Mrs. Sprague returned the last-of the week from Hal stead, where Mrs. Moody has been con suiting Dr. Hershler.- H. F. Pickering and family of Plains spent Sunday at the George Noland home. Miss Margie Barker is helping Mrs. Reynulgs at the' restuarant. Mrs. Geseenslager has a well devel oped case of mumps. E. C. Barker who is working at Ar- kalon spent Sunday with his family. A. M. Gilbert made a business trip to Minneola the first of the week. I S. T. Knowles and wife left Tues day for a visit with her daughter. ' K. Hinman and family spent Sunday! with Mrs. Hinman's folks, Mr. uml! Mrs. Burghouse, east of Plains. J F. A. Prater and wife spent Sunday at the S. K. Slavin home. H. S. Mooney, M. C. Hicks, and A. L. Light were in Liberal Tuesday on business George Noland was In Plains the first of the week on business., Hazel Dufield and Mrs. H. S. Moon ey were shopping in Elains Wednes day evening. L. E. Warden and wife were shop ping in Liberal last Monday. Alva Tucker left for his home in Minneola, the first of the week. A rcher Items The prayer meeting at Mr. Charlie L Butcher's residence last Tuesday eve ning was largely attended and a good service was conducted by Mr. Harry Guttridge. After the paryer service a social hour planned by the members of the community in honor of the Butcher family, was greatly enjoyed. After a pleasant social hour of games and conversation, refreshments of cake pie and cocoa were servl. - ( Mr. O. P. Byers, Mr. Walter Byers, Mr. Hodges and Mr. Hart made a short stop in Archer last Tuesday j while on their way to the business meeting with the Stevens County peo-( pie. . Mr. Byers gays that they plan to begin building in Archer 'soon. J Ralph Heath accompanied the By ers party to Hugoton last Tuesday. Ill $ I la " Thirty Day TIRE SALE Any Tire or Tube in the house for 20 off of List Price for the next thirty days The Liberal auto Supply Co. Mrs. G. T. Wadley of Tyrone was shopping in the city Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoscoe Morell and lft te daughter of Moscow were Liberal visitors Monday. A farewell social was given at the Baptist church last Thursday night in honor of the W. Ji. Compton family, and the F. S. Diivis family who will soon leave the city. The Davis fam ily will move to their farm near Sa-1 tanta, and Mr. and Mrs. Compton will! make their future home in Denver. A pleasant social evening was spent by all present. Pleasant Valley Prayer meeting last week was held: at the home of Mr. Will Harrel, and was well attended, considering the threatening weather. The pastor con ducted the service, which was an in teresting discussion of the 19th Psalm. . Sunday school was well attended last . Sunday. No preaching service, as the pastor I was away, it being the 6th Sunday. Our B. V. P. U. was well attemjed and those present listened to an excellent program, prepared by Mr. Elmar Tol mer. Prayer meeting this week to be held at the home of Mrs. Charlie Butch er, with Mr. Harry Guttridge as lead er. Scripture lesson was from the 7th chapter of Mathew, and following the meeting, a reception was given in honor of Mr. Butcher and family. The pastor, Rev. Montgomery, is holding meetings in Old Moscow community this week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rittenour enter tained at their home for Sunday din ner. The guests were, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ross, Mr, and Mrs. Earl Graham. Mr. Mays unloaded a car tf hay last week. Mrs. Homer Chaffin from Liberal "nnnwiiiiiiinniuiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimuiii 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 Seward County Poultry and Egg Industry tIflllllltllKniMllt'MrillllllllHI'IfllllllittllHIIIIIIIir'-tllllHIMItllHIIIItlHHimilllll 'HtllllHtpill iiiHiiiimiinmmiirmMiiti visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Nix Tuesday. Mr. Jim Fulled from Liberal is vis iting his son John Fuller this week. Bethel Ladies Aid met with Mrs. Packer this Thursday. Ed. Scott and family were Liberal visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Packer and son Robert, and Mrs. Gadherry were in Libreal Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Harrel and fam ily were'dinner guests at the home of 0. M. Nix, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Karlon Ross were vis iting at the O. M. Nix home Sunday. It is with great pleasure that we note the improvements that are rap idly being made in Pleasant Valley. Mr. Fred Black scales and scale house are almost complete. The material is on the ground and a force of men at work on the new store building. This building is to be a large frame structure, 20x60 feet. Enough men have been engaged for the work to push it rapidly to competition. The shingles were unloaded last week to be used for putting a new roof on our school house. MrT Lilly now has his new filling station installed and is ready to offer his services to the pub lic. They report they have been quite busy the last week with all the gar age work they can handle. Indeed we can truthfully say that things are rap idly shaping themselves into a busy little town at Pleasant Valley, i .