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Mrs. Gilmore of Tyrone was shop pins; in Liberal Saturday. Mrs. Baker of Tyrone was shopping in Liberal Friday. . Mrs. D. E. Hemphill and son went to Dalhart, Saturday on a shart busi ness trip. , Mrs. H. T. Norris and little son were down from Kismet Saturday doing; soma shopping. ' Mrs. A. L. Kraft returned Monday to her home in Tyrone after visiting here "at the C. M. Yocum home. C. E. Wood is driving a new Hup mobile Coupe purchased from the 0. T. Wood Motor Company. ' John L. Boles left Monday for Kan- ( sas ICty 6n a business trip. ( - " 9 J. A .Groves, who lives north of the city was doing some trading hjere Tu'es day.'. . ; M. F. Swafford is in, Eastern Colo rado this week looking after church interests.. -".'' M. M. Jones of Cannon Kansas vis ited this week at the home of his sis ter, Mrs. M. C. Wheeled. He. will re turn Saturday . , ,: Miss Anna Trahn returned Monday on No. 1 after spending the week end in Meade. Miss Trahn is a clerk at Gormans. . Mrs. S. L. Davis and little son of Arkalon were shopping and visiting in Liberal Saturday. . .'. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Martin and lit tie sen. Billy went to Meade Saturday to irrnd Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Martins parents. , , , ' Rairoad employees were examined -as to eyesight and hearing last week by the trainmaster . He found them in excellent shape as a whole. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Layman and little daughter left Saturday for King man Kansas where they will - spend two weeks visiting at the home of Mr. Layman's parents. , North, South, East and West everywhere farmers have been busy getting in their crops. But, Mr. Farmer, do you know that unless you "plant" it?. You must open the Account and "Work" it before it grows just as you have to your crops Don't Neglect This Important Thing any longer. Start with us today. Wei-, come to our bank MSMBMBEa'M The First national Bank "Our Strength Is Your Shield" , Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Norris and baby of Hugoton left Saturday for Pratt, where they will visit for several days and the baby will receive medical at tention. - ' " I : ' ., Martin M. Jones of Canton, Kansas visited at the M. J. , Wheeler home i Friday. Mr. Jones has been visiting at Texhoma and stopped here on his way home. i . ' Dr. Thomas Tolman of Kirksville, Mo. arived Monday night and will assist Dr. Pellette in his work and , have charge of the practice whjle Dr, Pellette is away this summer. ' The Riverside School near Arkalon taught by Miss Sarah Snow will close Friday . There will be' a' bis; picnic down on the river, and afterward a program by the school children. ' Dr. W. S. Sample of El Paso Texas stopped off here the latter part of the week and visited with James Woods. Dr. Sample was on his way to King man,' Kansas attending to business in terests, ' M. J. Wheeler left today fof Wichita where he will attend a convention of the Kansas Authors Club. There will be several noted authors there .among them will be Margaret Hill McCarter, William Allen White, and Hal G. Ever rets. x i HUDSON i . - has a New M OTOR A Super-Six that is a revela tion even to Hudson owners A RIDE TELLS AtL No vidvance in Prices- t. O. M. Dnh l PHAETON. . 7-Paaa. Phaaeni CaMoM- . . iet9 IMS HW90H COACH frrtl Tmc. Lmifrtlu Witt Tfimfk Mann Auto Co. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Freman and son J Robert of Gray Okahoma were visit ! ing here with their daughter ,Mrs. Cora Eldridge. Mr .and Mrs. Free- ! man are leaving soon for Sherman county Texas for a visit with their daughter there and will return thie first of June when they will leave for Illinois where they .will spend the summer. They will also spend some i time at the Great Lakes before return ing home. WIIIIIMIIWIimilMHIl LIBERTY OILS i A. L. Avaught of Plains was doing some trading ni Liberal Monday. Miss Flossie Montandon assisted in Sumemrs Store Saturday. M. J. Wheeler made a business trip to Sublette Tuesday. . Mrs. C. J. Shanteau of Arkalon was shopping in Liberal Monday. Mrs. Alva Light of Kismet was shopping in Liberal Monday. ' j Mrs. Mary Meyers of Kismet was a Liberal shopper Monday. Mrs. McVey of Kismet was shop ping here Monday afternoon. J. C. Wegton of Boyd was a Liberal business visitor Saturday. J. R. Petters was up from Dombey trading Saturday. J. H. Pierce of Boyd was a Libe , visitor' Friday. Geo. Krell of Arkalon was here be tween trains Saturday.' I, Is the oil for you, Mr. Tractor Man. It is a paraf ine, filtered oil, with good flash and fire, and each oil has just the' right viscosity at high temperature for its purpose. . ' . . ' ' We stand ready to refund your money if this oil does not satisfy. You can't go wrong. Liberty Oil users are Liberty Oil boosters. You Buy Oil from Peddlers Going through the Country You Are Apt to Get Stung They make flowery promises but if the oil is worth less you can't find the man to take it back. , We are always here and ready to stand back of our Oil and because we buy according to specifications, we know we can safely do this. Claude Mampler of Boyd was trad ing here Friday. Ed Brier was doing some trading in the city Saturday. ' i Chas Hjort was in Liberal Friday attendig to some business interests. JZ. C. Walden was doing some trad ing in Liberal Saturday. . '- Owen Stotts of Lorena was atten ding to business interests. in Liberal Saturday. t ' m Peoples Oil & Supply Go. Courtesy , Quality Between Hotels Service Mrs. M. L. Patterson of Hugoton left Saturday for Pratt, where she will visit relatives for several days. Miss Yarberry who is teaching in the schools here spent the week end in Plains visiting friends. Mitchell, the Tailor Is still at the same old stand and is still cleaning and pressing men's Suits for $11 PER SUIT A Few Questions L PS ..-'"".'r.im. WS5S2'm,,OA kJONVYS 3 ALL KWQ, IrCC BOWKL GfXTTAL ORGANS LI Are you troubled with ear, eye or , nose trouble? Does your back ache or are the kidneys weak? , ; Is your child in poor health? Do you tire easily or lack pep in the morning? If you answer any of these in the affirmative, then see R. B. SMITH The Liberal Chiropractor Miller Building . Liberal, Kansas B. A. Wonder and Fred Grisham, both' farmers near Hugoton were in the city Monday on business. Willis Johnson returned Saturday evening from Hooker where he atten ded to some business interests. Tom Lane was up from Dalhart the last of the week visiting his father, Had Lane, and family. W. R.' Veerkamp over from Hugoton afternoon. . and wife drove to shop Friday Mrs. C. P. Lorenzeand sons ret"" ed the' first of the week from a few day's visit in Tyrone. C M. Kiddo of the Kiddo Produce Co. of Kismet, was in the city Satur day on business. Chas. Green, revenue collector, of Wichita, paid Liberal a business visit the last of the week. , Jake Newby was over from Moscow Sunday and-visited at the. home of his brother J. T. Newby while hjere. Ira Riney and Frank Summers made a business trip to Garden City Satur day.. .' ' Big German Millet Seed FOR SALE ,. GOOD, CLEAN SEED in good condition H. D MASSONI Phone 1419 . Kismet, Kansas W. H. Feather and Merle and Victor Tegarden and Warren Farmer and son Dick spent Friday evening at the Club house on the Cimarron. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Morehouse re turned Monday to their home in Hop kins Mo. after visiting at the C. E. Morehouse home west of the city." Friends of Pete Baehr and John Black have received word from them that they like Los Angeles fine and both have good positions. A. H.. Harmon of Hutchinson was a business visitor in the city the last of the week. Mr. Harmon represents Swift and Company! Sea tli Maxey-Hai-ru Combined machine. THoi. W. Caw. .It. Richard Gaw and wife who have been spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Gaw, left for Douglas, Ariz., Monday night Misses Stella. Peek and Violet Reed are spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John, Peek. Both young ladies are employed in the city. Postmaster E. S. Irwin and little son, Paul, who have been visiting rel atives in Missouri and Nebraska, are 48t3o expected home the last of .the Week. Mrs. Randals of near Dombey was doing some trading in Liberal Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tucker and sou have returned from Hutchinson tb the last of the week, where the hare been for some time. Miss Leta Nickle who is attending school at Goodwell, spent the week end nrifl 1 t : T7 -1 V borhood.. Mrs.. Ralph Hill and daughter Mar garet left Saturday for Halstead where they will visit relatives for sev eral days. George Merchant was up from Dal hart a few days this week and visit-' ea at tne nome oi nis mother, Mrs. Hattie Merchant . . , Miss Erma Martin, who has" just finished a term of school in the Na bisco neighborhood is spending the tcca All biio city viBlblllB nt Ultj lluiilu of her sister, Mrs. H. A. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. E. E: Jester of Henly Missouri, Visited this week with Mr. end Mrs. John Gardner. They will leave soon for Kismet where Mr. Jes ter has a potation as section foreman.