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The Liberal democrat. [volume] (Liberal, Kan.) 1911-1924, June 15, 1922, Image 15

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L(lo Mas Tama Lion in Exciting
Ball Cama Monday Evening
Seora Wa 11 to 2
One of the big base ball events of
the season was enacted Monday even
ing at the grounds south of town
when the local American Legion team
took some of the roar out of the
Lions Club, and tamed them to the
tune of 11 to 2. The score would
indicate a very one-sided fracus, but
such was not the case. The game was
interesting from start to finish, not
so much from the question of who
.would take the game, but from the
spectacular, grand stand plays and
"bone heads".
There was much real first-class
base ball talent exhibited at the game
and it is likely that some of the bush
league scouts will be watching for
the next game between these , two
teams, and will be on hand to sign
up Borne of the best men.
. The base ball fans of the city are
hoping that the Lions and Legion
will cross bats again soon, and they
say that the outcome of the next
game will not be certain until the
end of the last inning.
The Exide Battery & Electrical
Co. would install your- next Ford
Timer with 2-year written guarantee.
Mrs. S. J. Strong, daughter of Mrs.
Barr, was taken to the Halstead hos
pital the latter part of the week, and
she has undergone an operation.
The Lions Club
The citizens of Forgan, Oklahoma
voted $26,000 school building bonds
last week and will begin work at once
on a new building there. The old
building which was built in the sum-
The Liberal Loins Club met in reg
ular sesion at the Grier Monday at
noon with Maurice Pysher in the
chair. After roll call, the minutes
of the last meeting were read and ap
proved. The attendance at this meet-
mer of 1913, has been condemned by lng W88 iight, owing to the fact that
the school authorities and the school' geverai 0f the- tregular attendants,
since, the consolidation, has out grown I were out of town on business.
the old building. The second floor of The reDOrt ' committee on
the old building wil probably be taken; regoiutjon8i appointed at last meet
oft and added to the west side of the : ing frame nd present resolutions
present building. ' j to the County Commisioners recom-
Members of the school, board and j mending that they take the neces
buslness men of Forgan were through! sary steps to secure state and federal
here Wednesday going to Satan ta, aid in their road building plans for
Kansas to inspect the new high school I the coming year, reported that they
there and thew report favorably on I had framed the resolutions and pre-
Satanta's structure. Those who made! sented them to the commissioners.
the trip of inspection were 0. P. Went
wortK, Prof. Hays, Tom Emerson, F.
0. Nichols and J. L. Hall.
It was anounced that the Lions
Club would cross bats with the crack
American Legion team at the ball
grounds sooth of town that evening
at six o'clock. A motion was made
that all members of the Club not
reporting at the game on time should
be fined and an excuse for absence
presented at the next regular meet
ing of the Club; excuse to be signed
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Newby and Mrs.
W. V Griffith drove to Garden City
Tuesday to attend the Elks Lodge
Flag Day ceremonies.
Hooker (Okla.) Rebekahs will be
the guests of Liberal Rebekah Lodge
next Monday evening, June 19, Din
ner will be served for the visitors,
after which the Hooker Degree Staff
will confer the Rebekah Degree on a
largfe rtumber of candidates. Follow-1 either by the wife or the employer
ing t;he work, Lodge will be closed and' of the absentee. The motion carried,
aU Odd Fellows and Rebekah will be I but most of the Cubs thought they
delightfully entertained by a carefully i had better get their excuse from the
prepared program given by the Li-! boss.
beral Rebekahs. When the entertain- j Bill Hunter will be chairman at
ment is concluded, a lunch will be ; the next meeting of the Club, Mon-
S. C. Cook and Wm. Knowles are
here from Chickasha, Oklahoma, with
a couple of trucks to haul wheat dur
ing harvest. Mr. Cook is an old timer
here and still likes Liberal. He says
he sees noticeable improvement every
time he rturns.
day, June 19th.
Perhaps there-is no more prosaic enterprise than
a commercial Laundry. But when we see the hun
dreds of women of this town, fresh and cool on
wash days during the hot weather, we are proud
to know that we are responsible for their comfort
and leisure.
We call for your clothes and return them in 2 1-2
hours, all.nicely washed and just damp enough to
iron. No tiresome washing no hot water no
heat all for 5c per pound, minimum 50c.
Just try us once Call Phone 483 ,
Nuway Wet Wash
C. H. Leete, Jr., Prop
Railroad Notes
E. 0. Bailey, night round house
foreman, was off duty Friday night,
Joe Tack taking his place.
Lawrence Weidensaul, who has off
the fireman board for the past six
I months, returned to work this week.
He was called to Dalhart Wednes
day afternoon.
0. B. Wimmer was off duty Mon
day. He was painting his new house.
The Rock Island has a new switch
engine called ''tramp switch engine".
It is called upon during the busy
times of other engines.
H. P. Greenough of Dalhart, was
here Wednesday and Thursday.
A. A. Mitchell, ticket agent, was
confined to his home Thursday, and
Edgar Bush was attending to the du
ties of the office.
Three seal clerks have been put on
duty since the canteloupe ruch began.
went to Meade Saturday on No. 2,
Joe Alabaugh, third trick car ilerk,
went to Kismet on No. 2 Saturday,
and Edgar Bush filled his position.
H. E. McMullin of Dalhart, was
here on business Wednesday.
H. C. McCullough of Pratt, was in
the city Tuesday.
The Rock Island has a new train
master here now, James McNerney.
J. C. Cole, master mechanic of
Dalhart, was here on business last
Monday. 1
On account of extra trains the R.
L force has been increased as fol
lows: Mechanic Frank Cunningham
of Minneola; Boilermaer J. B. Cun
ningham of Hugoton ; Lloyd Orr, me
chanic helper; D. 0. Bollinger, boiler
maker helper; C. L. Weidensaul,
store department, and Robert Drake
on the rip track. '
We are handling six or seven can
teloupe trains each day now.
Charles Augerot took his mother-
in-law, Mrs. Berdick, to Emporia the
first of the week. She came here
sometime ago for the benefit of her
health, but seemed to think the alti
tude too high, so returned to her
Your next Ford Timer should be
installed by Exide Battery & Elec
trical Co., with two-year guarantee.
Free Demonstration Red Wolf Coffee
Come in and have a cup of this delicious Coffee free
all day Saturday
With each two-pound can purchased on this day we .
will include a one-pound package Free
Be Sure and Come!
J. E. George Grocery Go.
J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. Line
Tractors, Separators, Steam Engines
The Samson Line
Tractors, Trucks, Disc Harrows, Two
and Three Bottom Wheat Land Listers
B. F. Avery & Son Plow Co. Line
Champion Headers and Binders, Trac
tor Plows, Tractor Disc Harrows, List
ers and Plows, and "Farmers' Favorite"
Grain Drills
Matag Ruth Feeders and Hart B. & B.
Weighers In Stock
Threshermen's Supplies, All Kinds of
Drive Belts and Belting, Steam and Tank
Hose, Tank Pumps, Shelf Hardware,
Auto Casings and Tubes and Light
Kansas Gas & Petroleum Co.
That Farmers Oil Company
Record Motor, Tractor arid Steam Cyl
inder Oils, Cup and Axle Grease
A Car Load In Stock
Best Lubrication, Less Carbon and Greater Satisfaction. Sold on
a positive guarantee. Reduces friction and saves repair bills.
Cylinder Reboring; Crank Shafts
Made Round; Bronze Bushings; Pis
ton Rings; all kinds of Machine
work skillfully done.
Gas Engines; Tractors; Lag Pulleys.
And all kinds of Wood Work; no
job too small and noie too large.
Welding; Expert Workmen. Write
Us for estimates on any class of
work. ....'
Prompt Service Always Prices Reasonable
One might judge from the score of
14 to 8 that we did pot have a base
ball game In Liberal Wednesday after
noon but we did. Hooker came to
Liberal fixed to take the game and
they were not disappointed. The Li
beral boys did some good fielding but
they could not stop the hard hitting
Hookerites, and our good batters were
unable to connect for good hits at the
right time.
With a little batting practice and
another rood pitcher or two added to
the staff, the Liberal team will sEow
us some real baseball playing and will
soon be winning some games. Let's
all ret behind the "bunch" and give
tfiem our moral . support, although
they are having a little bad luck to
start with, ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kimball were
up from Beaver Sunday for a short
visit Their son, Raymond, had been
camping at the Cimarron Club and
they came after him. Kimball says
business has been good with him and
that he Is getting along fine. Bill
is a good printer and a careful man
agre and should do wel.
Joe Lewis this week brought in an
egg produced on the E. T. Plunk
farm in Texas county, which is almost
a record breaker. It measures 8 1-2
inches in circumference and weighs
14 ounces. The egg was laid by an
Orpington hen and if anyone doubts
this story, the egg is in this office
for inspection.
Harlow Emrie who has been in a
hospital for several weeks was able
to return home the first of the week.
Your next Ford Timer should be
installed by Exide Battery & Elec
trical Co., with two-year guarantee.
A fine mixed land uarter section
to trade for dwelling in Liberal.
See Moore ft Franklin. . '
W. H. Williams and family have
returned from a trip to Abilene,
where they have been visiting with
relatives. ;
Mrs. R. M. VanHyning who has been
In the Wesley hospital at Wichita for
several weeks, returned home the
first of the week and is reported as
gettag along nicely.
Marriages ,
Miss Katie I. Hawley and J. Ed
ward Smith, both of Liberal, were
happily married at Greensburg, Kan
sag, on Wednesday, June 16th, by
Probate Judge A. N. Reed, of that
This couple are well known in Lib
eral, and their many friends wish for
them many years of happines and
Mr. Henry Neswick of Liberal, and
Mrs. J. Fullbright of Gray, Oklaho
ma, were happily married on April 5,
by Rev. Wade H. Odneal.
Misses Bettie and Josephine Trin
dle, Ruth Holman and Beatrice Cady
of Hugoton, were Liberal skopers
Wm. L. Hunter returned from
Kansas City this week, after spend
ing several days there. The reporter
had inside Information ' that Mra,
Hunter came in to, but has been un
able to locate her. ' 1

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