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The Liberal democrat. [volume] (Liberal, Kan.) 1911-1924, May 18, 1922, Image 7

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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT ,
Mrs, Grace Martin of Tyrone was
shopping in Liberal, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Lewis of Kis
met were in Liberal Saturday.
' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dunlap . and
and little daughter Grace Helen vis
ited at the Merle Rosel near Moscow
1 & 1-
last wee, v.
Let Us Dolour Kodak
Finishing
We handle Kodaks and Films
PATE STUDIO .
Liberal . Kansas
E. TREKELL
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given
to Obstetrics
Phones: 147; Residence 180
Dr. J. W. Messersmith
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given to
Obstetrics ,
Cafls Answered Day or NlgM
Ewell Dixon of Guymon wag in the,
city --this week visiting friends. ,
Albert Fincher of Pratt 'was trans
acting business here Friday.
C. H. Hensen of Dalhart was a bus
iness visitor in Liberal Friday.
Carl Bumgardner of Fowler was at
tending to business interests here
Friday.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Carson has been quite ill with bronical
pneumonia. ' '
. Mrs'. Frank SaUpeset and Mrs. Fred
Erick, both of Elkhart, were in the
city the latter part of the week atten
ding The Womans Home ; Missionary
Convention. v ' - ,
J. B. KELLY
DENTIST
Office in Tucker Building
Phone 389
Office Phone 188 Resi. Phone 477
Dr. E. H. Neighbors
Dentist
' Office in Peoples State Bank
LIBERAL. KANSAS
DON'T NEGLECT,
YOUR EYES .
We Can Fit You Per
fectly with
Kryptok Lenses ,
Examination Free
Dr. E. F. PELLETTE
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Rooms in the Peoples State
Bank Buying -
Dr.D. B. HARDY
Graduate Veterinarian
Phone 3405
Liberal, Kansas
Harry G. Armstrong
Five Year a Bonded Abstracter
All Kinds of Insurance Written
Fone 89 Court House
Bill onions
Shoe Repairer
1-2 Block East of Post Offifice
Strayed or Stolen
From' my place, three miles
north and two east of Forgan
on April 15, 1922, one Sorrel
Horse, smooth mouth, weight
950 lbs.; blemished and brand
ed Anchor D.
One Dark Bay Horse, black
mane and tail; not blemished
or branded; has collar marks;
weighs 1000 lbs., and 7 years
old. .
Finder please notify
W. E. Williams
Forgan, Oklahoma
Liberal Ambulance
:5 - . J i
S. A. MILLER,
R. M. MEYER.
A No. S55. 1. O. O. F. '
0ver Citizens State Bank
yCsSSsj Meets Tuesdays, 7:30
JV J. W. Freeman, N. G.
O. E. Robbins, Sec'y.
LIBERAL CAMP 1745.
aJlL M. W. A. meets 1st, 2nd
WCST and 8rd Thursdays in hall
1$r&?f?F over Citizens Bank.
fS&&42 H. N. Wilkinson, ConBul
fc" . H. F Gergen, Clerk
MOLTHOP
Pianos and Music
New and Used Pianos,
Sheet Music, etc.
AT MOLTHOP STUDIO
630 North Kansas
Tyrone Items
Mr. and Mrs. Humphreys have gone
to their farm. southeast of Tyrone for
a weeks stay to help with the planting
of a row crop for feed.
Mrs. U. G. Warner went' to liberal
Saturday on business. Mr. Warren
motored , up in the evening and brot
her home.
C. R. Murphy's young son has been
quite ill the past week but is some
better. Dr. Akers from Hooker was in
attendance. ,
The- new cement walks being made
at the Riffe and Gilmore office joins
the Rock Isand ground and it is now
up to that company to come across
from Mr. Forshee's office to Riffe &
Gilmore's office.
Mrs. Delia Bradley is having a ce
ment walk made on the south' and
north of her residence and when con
nected with Mr. Ward on the south,
and Francis Rist on' the north it will
be the only block in Tyrone surround
ed by a cement walk.
We are to have at our movie here
May 29th the great film version of
"The Fall of Babylon". This is a
Bible picture and comes very highly
recommended.
The Hardware store of Palmer and
Kraft here is very much Improved by
the removing of some partitions and
making more room for their increas
ing business. 1
See the Messey-Harris Combined
machine. Thos. W. Caw. . 48t3c
. Gene Martin wfcs down from Garden
City Sunday visiting friends.
Eton Niece of Scott City wis visit
ng friends here Sunday.
W. D. Thompson and family of Fer
ryton were in Liberal Saturday.
Tom George of Garden City viHited
friends in the city over the week end.
Fred Randals of near Dombey was
in Liberal Saturday.
Mrs. Warren of Tyrone, Oklahoma,
was shopping in Liberal Saturday.
Mrs. Curt left Friday for Poplin
Kansas where she will visit relatives.
Mrs. O. J. Wilkins and children re
turned Friday from Guymon, where
they visited Mrs. Wilkins parents.
Mrs. A. V. Ebersole went to Good
well Friday to judge in a musical contest.
Hazel Matkin went to Tyrone Fri
day where she visited at the Carpen
ter home over the week end.
Brice Rozeau was in the city a few
I days this week, looking after business
interests and visiting friends.
! Congratulations! M
i ' Wc w'sn to ,ierti,y congratulate ,
j '. ''tv "lc yun8 ,nan und me 'a'y on jra'l
M jlC V their conimg gnuiuulion. 3fl
gfe j Vy ft c ',avc suggestions only for Mgj
' ' the one whom the graduates hold jPgl
Watches ' 'sknp- : VWA
Bp A large selection in beautiful dc- 1 show your lasting apprecia- ' 3o
signs, ranging from $10 to $100, lioiof tlieir effort and to mark W
m- both wrist and men's watches ""J" fi"i,, Iriumph at their grad- . 3ltl
rk ol; nation time, von cnnld selorl Jl.cM
Diamond Rings
A special selection Tor ..OO each;
others ranging in price up to $.'100.
Waterman Fountain Pens, $2.75. up
Kvcrsharp Pencils, $1.00 to $0.00
Souvenir Spoons. 71.50 to $2.50
Scarf Pins, $1.25 to $25.00
Hell Huckles $3.00 lo $10.00
Waldemar Chains. $2.50 to $20.00
nienls libs fKne 00 KTAOIN slir
. Novelty, inexpensive.
Hair Ornaments
, Vanilv Cases. $1.25 to $1.00
Mesh Hags $5.00 to $18.00
Ivory
We invite you in lo see our many
other smaller gifts and assure you
of courteous treatment, whether you
arc thinking of buying or not.
WILKINS'
Jewelers and Optometrists '
To show your lasting apprecia
tion tlieir effort and to mark
liny" fiiiid triumph at their grad
uation time, you could select
nothing more suitable in quality,
beauty and taste than an item
from the following list:
r .
Dr. M. H. LEVI
Physician-Surgeon '
Nose and Throat
Specialist Eye, Ear
LIBERAL, KANSAS
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Juhn Mass of Pratt is in Liberal
this week visitng at the home of his
son J. P. Maas.
Dr. F. W. Huddleston
Physician in Charge, Liberal Hospital
Home 179; Office 45; Hospital 378
, Will Do General Practice
Private Money
I have the best farm loan terms ever
offered to land owners in Seward,
Stevens, Beaver and Texas Counties.
If needing a loan, see me
H. HOBBLE
Miller Bldg. Liberal, Kans.
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For Real
Battery Ser
vice Use An
Battery
Exide Battery Station 1
Corner Kansas and Fifth I I
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Harry Romer of Slyvia Kansas was p
in the city the past week attending to j
business interests. g
Mose'Finberg'.of Wichita was in j S
Liberal Sunday;looking after business. 1
interests. ! 1
the MASSEY -HARRIS
Harvester Thresher
Oeorge TJttle of Gray Oklahoma, '
was doing some trading in Liberal i
Friday. x
Mrs. J, P. Mass. returned Sunday
from Bucklin where she has been vis
iting friends for the past ten days.
Miss Margaret Stoufer was in
Hutchinson Saturday having Come den
tal work done.
G. H. Davis of Haviand, aKnsas was
attending to business interests here
Friday and Saturday. '
Has .
Only One Canvas
Only Six Gears
Has
32 Inch Cylinder
27 Horse Engine
MERCHANTS' MATINEE
inose wnn nave tickets to give
you for the Majestic Merchants' Mat
inee of Saturday afternoons, are as
roiiows: ,
F. Murcheson's D. C. D. Garage
Peoples Oil & Supply Co.
Annex Cafe
Sanford Hotel '
Gorman's Store
The Liberal Democrat
Liberal News
Boles .Dry Goods Store
Peoples Cash Grocery
. Calvert Bros. Grocery
Cash & Carry Grocery.
Ideal Bakery
Chamber of Commerce
Pate's Studio
Spradling'i, Furnishing Good
Dubois & Ravenscroft
Liberal Light Company
Antomotive Garage
v Overland Service Station
Wilson Furniture Co.
White House Thirst Parlor
Southwestern Hardware Store
Vickers Grain ft Seed Co.
Light Grain ft Milling tCo.
Enterprise Grocery
Geo. S. Smith ft Bro., Drugs
J. D. Mahoney ft Sons Grocery
Rock Island Tonsorial Parlors
J. E. George Grocery
Langley's South Side Barber Shop
Liberal Auto Supply Co.
Motor Part ft Supply Co.,
Craig Shoe Store
Riggle Bros., Grocers ' s
' Bodecker Motor Co. . ,
. Davidson's Store '
Maas ft Ferguson Cleaning Works
; Sunflower Cafe
. Bill's Place.
THOS. W. GAW
Farm Machinery
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John and Paul Wright of Wichita
were in Liberal Sunday attending to
business interests.
A. B. Little and family of Hugoton
were in Liberal Friday doing some
trading and visiting friends.
Owen Davis of Arkalon was in Lib
eral Saturday receiving osteopathic
treatment.
George Bane was in from the farm
near Hugoton Sunday visiting friendi
and relatives.
J. F. Gorman, who has been here
visiting with his brother, A. F. Gor
man left Saturday for his home in
Kansas City.
Mrs. Harry Rivers returned the
first of the week from Hutchinson
where she has been shopping and vis-
iting'for the past few days.
,
Mr. and Mrs. R. .B Molter of Leon,
Kansas, visited at the home of Chas.
Molter this week. They returned
home Monday.
Mrs. L. A. Etzold and daughter,
Miss Margaet went to Fowler Friday
evening to drive the car back, un ac
count of the rain Sunday they left the
car and returned on the train. They
visited Mr." and Mrs. George Hall
there. -:
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TRANSFER AND HAULING
When you need a truck for odd jobs I
of hauling, call Phone 3.38.
We are always on the job and ready
to do vour work. Let us help vou.
JONES DRAY AND TRANSFER
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FARM LOANS
We are making them right along ;
Get Our Proposition
Prompt Inspection Quick Closing
Moore & Franklin
Smith Building . Phone 102
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Mrs. Warren of Tyrone wasa Lib- Pierce Munsey made a business trip
eral shopper Friday. " .to, Meade Friday. '
' Mrs. L. E. Gardner and children Mrs. J. A. Tack left Friday for
left Friday for Kinsley Kansas where Wichita, where she will visit for eev
they will visit with Mrs. Gardner's eral days. Mr. Tack and little daugh
parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Hest-ter have been there some time and
wood. will return with' Mrs. Tack. , ,
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