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The Liberal democrat. (Liberal, Kan.) 1911-1924, May 18, 1922, Image 10

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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
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There Will Be 24 Airplanes in Liberal May 24th and 29th
and every one of the m will be filled with
NOURSE AERO OIL
1 manufactured by
THI
JACK NOURSE O
GO
of Kansas City, Mo.
If Nourse Vegetable Castor Blended Oil is Good Enough for an Aeroplane It
Should Be Good Enough for Your Auto Or Your Tractor
Nourse Aero Oil, Nourse Auto Oil and Nourse Tractor
Oil are a vegetable castor blended by electricity with
a parafine base oil, giving the lubrication of a castor
at an expense no greater than for common mineral
oils. s ,
A Laird Airplane will be here May 24th and 29th for
the purpose of demonstrating Nourse Oils, and the
Company's Southwestern Representative, Mr. Jim
Dameron, and an assistant, will be on the groundsto
especially tell you of the electrical blend of castor with
mineral motor and tractor oil and will be glad to ad
vise wtyh anyone on matters pertaining to lubrication.
fche Laird Airplane Company, largest manufacturers
of airplanes, in the west,, use Nourse Aero Oil, exclu
sively, and recommend it to their patrons.
Nourse Auto and Tractor Oil manufactured by the
game process and possess the same properties as their
Aero Oil.
If you have never used Nourse Oils you should see Mr.
Dameron or his assistant and learn how. to lubricate
better with less expense. It has been said that oil is
cheaper than machinery this depends some on the
oil you use. '
THE NOURSE GUARANTEE IS POSITIVE:
Read It! Every barrel or can
of Nourse Aero, auto or tract
or Oil carries this guarantee:
Take home a barrel, can or any size package, use half
of it if not entirely satisfied that it is the best oil you
have ever used, return the balance at our expense
no charge for what you have used.
When you see all those airplanes in the air, remem
ber that a large measure of their safety lies in the fact
that they use NOURSE OILS, and you do likewise. ,
THE LAIRD SWAL
LOW WILL TAKE
PASSENGERS AT A
REASONABLE PRICE
IF YOU WANT A RIDE
SEE THE PILOT
THE JACK NOURSE OIL COMPANY
"BUSINESS
IS' GOOD"
OBITUARY OF J. B. WOOD
J. B. Wood was born in Washing
ton county, Iowa, March 15, 1855.
He grew to manhood in that country.
On January 28, 1879, he was united
In marriage to Emma C. Strolni. To
this union three children were horn,
one dying in infancy, and J. L. Wood
of Falls City, Nebraska, and Mrs. C.
I. McGee of this city.
They came to Kansas in 1900 and
have resided at various places within
the state. Twelve years ngn they
moved to Liberal where Mr. Wood
became enlaced in general contract
ing, until failing health compelled
piiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiw
him to retire. He has been a mem
ber of the church since childhood,
and was a member of the Methodist
church at the time of his death. He
lived a consistent Christian life, and
his last days were days of great faith
and vistory. He leaves a host of
friends who knew him in a business
and personal way, and can bear tes
timony to his life's principles and
purpose.
His wife and two children, and one
brother, Joe Wood of Washington,
Iowa, and a sister, Mrs. James Har
non of West Chester, Iowa, survive
him. x
Funeral services were held Tues
day afternon at the Methodist church
with Rev. A. E. Henry having charge
of the service. The remains were
laid to rest in the Liberal cemetery.
WEBBER SAYS:
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Plant better broom corn seed; in
crease your tonnage; grow better
brush. The trade and the housewife
demand better brooms. 1
Vicker Saya:
"We have handled Webber's seed
for three years now, and this season
we consider his seed equal to Miller's
or any other seed grown west 'of the
Mississippi. Therefore, this season
we are handling his seed almost ex
cusively." Dave Scott, northweat of Liberal,
Saya:
"Webber, I have had good results
with your seed. It makes fine brush
and big yield. I sell to the same man
every year. The. corn goes to Iowa.
He says my corn is just as good as
any Lindsay or Illinois corn, and will
make as many brooms. I have a
standing offer of f 100 per ton for my
corn this year, from the same man."
ORGANIZE BASE BALL TEAMS
Begin toBanliyciir money
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, .. When you are young, the whole world is before you and
; just how much of it you conquer, rest with you.
The best start a young man can make, is to work hard 1
and REGULARLY bank a part of his earnings. It won't
7 ' be long before he is "noticed" and sofcrt'the older men are
relying upon him and he rapidly comes teethe front.
Young Man, come in, start that bank account today
' . ; $1.00 will do it and it is up to you to keep up your demjs
, its' regularly and succeed.
v , We Will Welcome -You ' ,' . .
The Peoples State Bank
Severa of the classes of the Meth
odist Sunday School have organized
base ball teams. The class taught by
J. N. Evans, which is composed of
young married men of the church;
the class taught by P. E. Roler,
made up of High School boys, and the
Men's Bihle class, taught by Rev. A.
E. Henry, have - all organized, and
went out for practice for the first
time .Tuesday evening.
These teams plan to have some in
teresting games this summer.
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES
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OH, BOY!
I The Bybee Stock Co.
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x In Liberal
ALL NEXT WEEK
Auspices of the
Liberal Fire Department
j 15 -PEOPLE -15
1 ALL NEW PLAYS.
j Special Music by Kane's Novelty Orchestra
I ; PRICES: Adults, 500 Seats (at 30c, Inc. Tax
I All Children Under 12 Years, 10c
opening piay - "The Deserted Wife
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The Sunday School equaled .its re
cord attendance last Sunday. Every
member of the school is urged to be
present next Sunday and make a new
record attendance. It meets at 9:45.
Divine Services at 11:00 o'clock.
Come let us worship the Lord in the
beauty of Holiness, and praise Him in
the courts of His tabernacle.
Christian Endeavor will be a 7:00.
and close at 7:30 so as to give time
to get to the. Baccalaureate service at
8:00. ' ry- ' ,
, Tent Located Across Street from S-W Udw. Co.
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THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
. Dr. Shelton, one of our foremost'
foreign missionaries, was travelling in
Thibet toward the forbidden city of
Llhassa. He was the-first missionary
to secure, permission to enter that
sacred city. , Suddenly running down
.from the mountain , side, a band ' of
robbers began Bhooting into his party,'
and Dr. Shelton was killed. His body
was buried in Batang. Next Sunday
morning we are going ' to unveil his
picture during a special memorial
held in his sacred memory. A general
invitation is extended, that all who de
sire to honor such a great Hero of the
Cross, might be present. ,
Next Sunday is letter day. Hunt up
that church letter, you brought out
fiere with you, and bring it to church
next Sunday.' If you have lost it, you
don't have to get another, come in bv
statements The church needs you, and
you need the church. Come on get ia
the service, and lets build up' a great
work for Jesus Christ our Lord and
Savior'. . - '
Bible School attendance well up to
the 300 mark, yet why not make it
400 regular.
No evening service. . We mite with
the other churches of the city, for tka
Baccnlaiirenrte sermon at the Meth
dis(t church. ,, ; ,
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