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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
J " Lprena Items Another fine rain feU Sunday night and Monday morning. The row crop will be put in fine condition.. The Truth Seekers class entertained the Sunday School at the home .of Robert Vogt'i Tuesday evening. An informal program was given and lunch eon was served during the social hour. The Mother's Day Program was given Sunday evening. ' The house was full and program excellent The Loyalty class gave the 'Fathers and .Mothers present a carnation as a to ken of remembrance. i Margaret Hill was taken suddenly sick Saturday with a severe' case of appendicitis and was taken to Hal stead. She. was operated on Sunday' morning and is getting along as well as could be expected. Her mother accompanied her. jump or fall on a cow yoke -and one of the sharp ends went thru his foot Th wound is getting along nicely. ' Mrs. C. B. Evans returned from Calumet, Okahoma, Wednesday even ing. She reports lots of rani and wa ter in the central part of Oklahoma. Miss Edna Van Cleave who taught the Independence School this last term returned to her home near Oklahoma City, last Friday. She will teach this school next term. Miss Bertha Foutz. goes to her home In Oklahoma - City, Thursday. She will return at thje end of the va cation to take up school work again at Friendship. Miss Fouts has taught three terms there. Last Friday was the last day of this school term and pupils, teacher, ahd patrons spent the day picnicking at Hollands grove, par taking of a fine dinner at noon. See the MaMy-Ha.'rrU Combined Glen Hiatt had the misfortune to ''machine. Thoi. W. Caw. 48t3e SPRING-TIME NECESSITIES - The spring and summer season makes new demands and we are ready to supply them 4We are ready for you with big stocks 'Refrigerators Lawn Mowers Garden Hose Pjorch Furniture Baby Buggies Varnishes Enamels Linoleum Rugs In, fact, if it is anything to use in the v home you will be able to select from big lines here T. L. GRAY & SON Archer Items Indeed we are smiling, th)ese days, and why shouldn't wet With the timely rain Sunday night, the .wheat looking so fine, and Archer coming to the front, who could wear anything but a peasant smile. Grandma Hedrick was able to 'be out to services at, Wideawake Sunday. Mrs. Mary Nix of Liberal has been visiting in this neighborhood the last week., . ' We are proud to mention the work ing of the roads in thi.- locality. This work should have been done sometime ago, but we now have some fine auto roads, leariipg into Archer, where you -can, ship your stock, sell your grain and eggs and buy your grocer-, ies . ; Mr. A. A. Lein returned Saturday from Halstead. He reports Mrs. Lein stood the trip fine and was resting nicely when he left the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Kelley called at the Frank Davis home Sunday. Mrs. C. E. Waldan and Mrs. Laton of Wideawake attended the W. C. T. U.-, and Mother's Day program at Mrs. ; Krieblea last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis were call era at the Patsy Gleeson home.. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Beatte of Lib eral were callers in Archer last Fri day evening. The Tyrone party who recently pur chased lots of R. M. Heath was in town last week setting trees on his newly purchased property. He stated lie intends to bulid a modern dwelling and other improvements as he intends making this his homo. Rev. and Mrs. Pringle of Wideawake were dinner guests at the Stan ranch Sunday. The Kansas' A Oklahoma railroad management finished the building of the stock yards here this week. This will be a great convenience to the people of this part of the country as it does away with the necessity of driving the stock on that long trip to Liberal at shipping time. The com pany has also perfected the railroad crossings leading into town. A large crowd attended the opening of the Archer Grocery store last Fri day. While the building in which the store is now located is small, yet the careful arrangement of equipment in side has made it possible for all the wants of customers to be taken care of in a neat way. It is the intention of the management to keep in stock everythig in the line of groceries that you will need. The Junior Sunday School class held its monthly meeting with Master Robert Packer at the home of his l',nfi Mi- and Mrs. B. F. Packer. last Sunday. At one o'clock Mrs. Packer served a delicious two course luncheon to those present After the close of this enjoyable hoar the class was called together to study the sub ject of "God's care for His children". Each one entered heartily into the dis cussion and lessons were learned that will stay with the young minds thru life. Poultry Fence Field Fence Barb Wire A good supply of all the above is just received, car-load-freight, and the price' is substantially lower than last year i IHUIIttHIIHiaiUIIUUI HUMID 26-inch heavy American Hog Fence 60 cents ' 26-inch medium American Hog Fence 50 cents 32-inch medium American Hog Fence 55 cents ,4-foot Square Mesh Poultry Fence . . .50 cents Painted Barb Wire 5 cents SCANDRETT & FUEST User of Samson Truck Tells of Successful Performance Minneola, Kansas. March 27, 1922. Samson Tractor Company . Kansas City, Missouri. . . Gentlemen: . I want to tell you what a Samson 25 Truck will do if you take care of it. I bought a 25 Truck the 15th of June, 1921, and used it un til February 22, 1922, and done custom work with it. I have taken in $2468.09 and paid out for gas and oil $312.32; work on truck $14.50; work on tubes $7.35; repairs on motor, two fan belts, costing $3.20. . ' I am using the same tires that came on the truck. I am sure proud of my truck and it runs as good as it ever did, and I never got in a place that I could not turn my drivers. I have used it with dif ferent makes of trucks, and there is none in its class that can out do it. I can go in soft ground where no other truck in its capacity could go. I have tested this truck and have found, no weak place yet. - Yours very truly, - L S. WOOD. i Samson Trucks in stock and will be glad to demon strate to interested parties Samson Tractors A size to fit your farm. , Used by some of the best farmers in this section with excellent results. Before investing in a tractor have a demonstration of the Samson the' tractor which gives the most for the least money. BIG 4 MACHINE CO. Kismet Klipptngs Mrs. Clara Sprague left last Tues day for her home in Iowa. C. W. Barnes and A. C. Jones were in Liberal on business last Tuesday, Ira Crotisell came in Wednesday from Prairie Grove Arkansas, to visit with his daughter, Mrs. F." H. Massoni and Mrs. Beler Burr. Clifford Green returned home Thurs day from Hutchinson. Andrew Koontz who has been look ing after land interests for sometime left Thursday for his home at Hal stead Kansas. , , ' George Beale was called to the bed side of his father at Baxter Springs, Kansas last week. Chris Buchfink, Jr., of ElDorado Kansas is here visiting his folks. E. J. Longwell of Liberal, was in Kismet looking after business last Friday. H. E. Lewis left Saturday for Wichita Kansas where he will attend the Evangelistic meetings. Hazel Massoni returned last Satur day from Hutchinson where she has been attending business college. She took up a position at the Kismet State Bank Monday. George Noland purchased thfe Buch fink building last week. George Noland arid family left Tuesday for Coliftnbus Kansas to visit with relatives. Roll Green was on the sick list the first of the week. 1 The Kismet school boys played the the PlainB boys at Plains, Tues dav. the score being 8 to 5 in favor of Plains. H. S. Mooney and family, J. C. Ben sdn'and wife, and F. A. Prater and wife attended the picture show at Liberal Monday night. H. D. Massoni and wife and daugh ter accompanied by Mrs. A. E. Ketter man and daughter motored to Liberal last Saturday. Loa Norris spent Tuesday at the home of Annis Palmer. t Nabisco Items Rain Rain!! Who said it coudn't rain in Texas county. Wei sure had a fine rain Sunday night. Miss Maude Roberts went to Liberal Sunday morning to attend a Mother's Day Program at one of the churches, and aso the musical entertainment at the Tucker Theatre in the afternoon., She will visit there a few days this week and will be the guest of Mrs. VanHyning. ' John Mitts and wife and son were Sunday afternoon visitors at Mrs. Plunks. Mrs. T. L. Brown , wlio has been crippled for the part three weeks is abe to be up and around some'. Luther Shaw and famiy went to Forgan Sunday after his parents and sister, Fay. They all came back to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Archer near Floris and took dinner and visited until evening. Mrs. Archer Is a sister of Mrs. Luther Shaw. Water (Judge) Anderson was oper ated tin at the Liberal Hospital Sat urday. - Reports from him Sunday evening were that he was getting log nicely. Dee Caldwell came in from Color ado last Saturday and is visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Randales. Mrs.. Jim Kemper came, home from Farm With a Case THE CASK TRACTOR is no experiment, built by a company with years of experience in power fanning, and every principle is right. Power, convenience, low fuel cost, low upkeep, less depredation are combined in the new Case Tractor. Before deciding let us demonstrate the CASE TRACTOR. It will "Cost you nothing to investi gate and the time it takes will enable you to make an intelligent comparison. , ' We are always glad to demonstrate . Bert Allen & Son Distributors irrijrrmmiiHriiiinHfnMimHKHifaininHmuinnrinHiifiMiHiitniatriJ imfirmiruriiririinmtinraiirtnffmrnimrnmmHmrmmiiTOmranfmmiiiiinmaii The following ice prices will be" in ef fect as of May 15h, 1922 1000-lb. books $ 7.00 2000-lb. books : 13.00 5000-lb. books 25.00 Ice sold from wagons, 75c per 100-lbs. Liberal Light, Ice and Power Co. the hospital last week,' and we are glad to report her as feeling very much Improved. Miss Irma Martin went to Liberal last Saturday to spend a week or two visiting with reatives and friends and also to attend the Mother's Day and Musical "program ' that were given there Sunday. 'Grandma DeMent was visiting at the home of Mesdaihes E. S. Martin, T. L.-Brown, C. A. Dennis, and W. H. Brown last week. Sunday School at this ' place has been changed from the afternoon to 10:00 A. M. New officers were elected Sunday and we hope to now have a better attendance. Let everbody come and take part and have a good Sun day School., Rev. Stout delivered an interesting sermon at the church Sunday after noon, his next oppoinment wil be Sun day, May 28th. at 11:00 A. M. Muriel Marti was the guest of Lor ena Plunk last Sunday. Mrs.. Cone and little daughter spent last Friday with her daughter. Mrsv James Lewis. Mr. ad Mrs. H. J. Nicks and little son who have been visiting with her relatives in Missouri and eastern Ok- -lahoma since last November returned last Friday and will again make their home with J. D. Redger. We are sure glad to have them with us again. Fred Grimsley of near Arkalon was shopping here Saturday. Barbara Stout of Arkalon was shop ping and visiting relatives here Sat urday. ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Pile were ip from the .ranch visiting at the home of Mr. Pile's parents. , , ' B .F. Freeman of Gray, bklahoma, was fn the city Saturday visiting .with ' his daughter Mrs. Cora Eldrldge . '