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RECEIVES "EAGLE"' '"'Dr. Levi male a professional trip to ,Pcrryton Tuesday. ,' : Mrs. Mi"nlp i. (j'rintcad, Mrs. Clias. Summers, A'rs. Lee Lnrabee, worthy matron! ad Mrs. W. B. Tayor atten ded the nm-al Orand Chapter of the Eastern Star last week atTopeka. The ladies rei-ort a splendid time. Mrs. Galloway of Elkhart also attended and Mrs. Don Henry, a sister jf Mrs. Lar abee, was also there. Mrs. Mary E. Miller of Garden City was elected as Grand Associate Conductress. Mrs. Miller Is in the 82n'd District which includes the Liberal Chapter. The ,Southwest District feel it quite ,an honpr to Kave the Grand - Associate Conductress from their district. The next meeting will be held at Wichita. Robert Uuughnmn, son of M,r. and Mis. J. '. Baughman of this city has reralval his "Eag'e Scout" badge. . This means that he, has reached, the highest rang in the Scout organisation ' Robert is 14 years of age and hai: passed the three class tests and has ' q mified for twenty-five merit badges. ' Dr. an.l Mrs," Tar -stopped over, in" Liberal Tuesday on their way to Hook-1 Oklahoma, and visited v i'.'.;.,J. V. ' Ci mpbell. Dr and Mrs. Tar ere ivm K "isley ard old friends of the jTudije. 'See the Maitey-Herrii Combined j machine. Tho..W. Gaw. 48t3c Mw. Forbes, of Arkalon was shop ping in Liberal Wednesday. Jr.hn L. JJolrs returned Wednesday from Kansas City where he has been attending to some business matters. Mi', and Mrs. W: M. Bmne and lit tle daughter of Optima were in the city Wednesday, the little daughter re ceiving osteopathic treatment. Misses I eo Rynr!''.-. Pauline St'r-' man of Chit, .".go, Hazel bp. I Ruth Wolly attended a, dance at Cuymori, Friday night. , , ; Li &ze callinq y&u! It's the land o' Lakes and H7ooded Hills . --and there's recreation for the hole . family fishing, hunting, boating,' Burim , . ming, golf , or tennis. Numerous resorts to suit eoerq purse. 'En route to and from qour vacation grounds upu demand ,. ' ' Maximum Comfort 'Minimum Time You'll find both via 3 un 1 USVv..l- 42 MILES SHORTEST between Kansas Qhj SL Paul and Minneapolis. For dmtdSed mormohon apply to G.M.RAUB iAq, ,, ' or vnlu J. A. STEUJART, Qeneral Pattenqet Aqenl IUiiii Cihj, Utuourt Mrs. Minnie Broadl'oot is again at her hemstitching work at the Maas & Ferguson Cleaning Shop after a seifie of the mumps. , Joe Scott, who owns the Scott Pro duce Company here, was here from Kiowa, to look after business matters the last of the' week. Summer Togs for Men j Mrs. Jennie Karau, who has been , in Kansas City on a business and pleasure trip for the past few weeks, returned home the first of the week. I A model of the wall of Cario with appropriate setting is on display ' in window of the 'Wilkins Jewelry store this week. Jt is a very interesting piece of work and a good display. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Gaw retur ned from Kansas City the first of the week, where they had been to attend the wedding, of their son, Lieut. Rich ard M. Gaw, which occurred there Saturday evening. .' The Stoner-Maldhe Jewelry store has a very pretty winodw display of Merry Garden wrisfwatches and cut iout dolls advertising these dainty watches. Saturday the cut-out dolls will be gven to children calling for them. IT ORTA BE, THERE, ANYHOW The modest pussy wilier Nods by the babbling brook; We say so, just for a filler We haven't been down to look. EFFICIENCY "Fine looking bevy of stenograph ers you have here.'' "Thanks." "But why are they all red-head-ed?" "Just an idea of our efficiency ex pert He says they reduce the light bill about fifty per cent." IUIIilllilt1M Did You Ever Stop to Think? Call and See Those Nifty . Straws We art now showing. The lii'w models ure here for , summer wear. Florsheim Shoes In the new low cuts. For wear and comfort, Florsheim can't be beat. Cool. Summer Suits Society Brand Is Your Guarantee They're Good See Our New Hosiery Palace Clothing Store 0. W. SPRADLING, Manager C. A. Feese of Concordia is a guest j at tho M. H. Flood home this week. I Mr. Feese is manager of the Light i Ice and Power C6. at Concordia. ' j A. J. Conrad who hps been Writing at Sutunla with reatives and friend returned Sunday. Chas Reynolds of Kansas City, Mo. was a guest at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Stoner, Friday evening. Mr. Reynolds is a representative for the Edison machine. , Miss Flora Cox who was formerly f with the Liberal Hospital here and has recently graduated from the St. Eliza- beth Hospital at Hutchinson is in the city this week. Miss Cox will leave the first of June for Boston, Massachu setts where she will take a' post-grad uate course on the Boston Floating Hospital Ship. Mrs. G. M. Raub and Mrs. Harry Rivers returned Sunday night from Htuchlnson. Mrs. Raub has been at tending the Episcopal Sunday School Convention at Salina, and Mrs Rivers was in Hutchinson for Mme. Shumann Heink's Concert. Miss Kate Wright who also attended the convention at Salina is attending the State Federa tion of Women's Clubs at Hutchison this week. s 3' While the banks close for a holiday; While .the stores shut up shop' for Sunday ; ' While the grocer says: 'We have some ordered'''; While ihe coal man tells you to wait awhile; While the merchant moves to another town; ' t, While labor in other industries is on strike; While the manufacturer goes out of business;. - While the buteher.makes you talte.something else; Whiie the farmer says: "I'll sell when prices go up"; Your Public Utility Company keeps right on serving you, rich and poor alike, 365 days. Our entire plant force works all-day Sunday that you may have your service. We are glad to do it, for we take pride jn maintaining good Service. ' Theliberallight, ice 'Power Co. r V Out In The Land of Now America' Gceateat Wheat Field Six-acre tract, all lays high) and S ;d bliick dirt soil. Two-room house well and windmill, barn, outbuild ing.4, etc., on Atlunt.ic-Pueific High way, adjoins platled town lots. Price $"500; half cash, balancb easy terms. Two 'nice east frot lots in north west part of Liberal; good neighbor hood; o(T of paving. Price $300.00. Level half section wheat land, few miles northwest of Moscow. Land h;l;f few soap weds. Price $30 per acre. Nice terms. Three quarters in same -section, of good wheat land; best neighborhood. Price $30.00 per acre. Good terms.' Close to new town on K. & O. Ry. A good square section within a coeple miles of Satanta. This is ex cellent wheat land. Has a few soap weeds. Price $30.00 per acre. Some terms. . -- . 1 Nice mixed soil, square section, a few miles of Ulysses county seat of Grant county; along the 'line of the new Santa Fe now building, at $27.50 per acre. , Five nice quarters; all together within mile and a half of the last town on the new Santa Fe Railway in Stanton county, at $25 per acre, half sections in Grant and Stanton. on the very best of terms. ( Lots of scattered quarters - and counties ,at from $12.50 to $20.00 per acre; on nice terms. , L.D.Weidensaul Phone 184 and 289 People State Bank Building The Foreign Missionary Coveiition which was to have been held at Forgan Tuesday was postponed on acount of the bad roads. , ' Miss Rose Neal, principal of the Garfield School spent Saturday and l.uiiii.v ni.ii in l MMti.llb.-3 111 1.1 1 IllWia George Whitmore of Gray, Oklaho ma underwent a successful operation r.t a local hospital Sunday and is Im proving nicely. i EAGLE "MIKADO"- 0 "m V Tk?Sw Pencil No. 174 For Seta at your Dealer Made In five (rmdee ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORIC New Low Farm Loan Rates We are now in position to make Farm Loans at the old low rates. Prompt action. No red tape It will pay YOU to see us before closing your Loan Qur Phone Number is 121 Use it today GRIFFITH & BAUGHMAN 'Liberal,' Kansas Tonic food value, bqdyeal quality is in every bottle of . "Os? mum em me, 15 Made famous by the manufacturers of Bevo, A.B.Gino'er Ale, A.B.Root Beer, A.B. Draught, A.B. Barley Malt Syrup, Malt Nutrine and other products; . i - ANflEUSER-BUSCH. INC, ST. LOUIS The Grovier- Starr Produce Co. ' DUtributvn ... Liberal, Kansas V. :: t