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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
Lee Work Clothing for Harvest The market is flooded with cheap work clothing, and it IS cheap. Lee Work Cloth ing costs very little more and wears twice as long. We i . j ' Work Shirts and Shoes, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear. Straw Hats serviceable and cheap SEE OUR SUBSTANTIAL WORK CLOTHING BEFORE BUYING DUBOIS & RAVENSCROFT North Kansas Avenue Liberal, Kansas CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MONTHLY DINNER At the Chamber of Commerce meet ing May 19, about 75 men expressed desire that a luncheon or dinner meeting be held at least once each month, and promised to attend if these meetings were held. The first of these meetings will be June 21, at place to be announced held at 7 p. m., Wednesday evening, later. Matters of interest to every public spirited citizen will be discussed at these meetings, which will be in the nature of an open forum, with leaders of discussion for each subject, every one present being given an opportun ity to present his views. The price of this dinner will be 75 cents not so high but that anyone can afford to go, and -not so little that a good feed cannot be expected. The Secretary will call on you with m ticket the flrht of the week. Please dont kick him out until you have dug up the correct change and obtained possession of a ticket. IMPROVING LIGHT SERVICE The Liberal Light, Ice & Power Company announce that they have now installed the new transformer at Eighth Street and North New York Avenue, and will be giving better service to the patrons of the new Beatty Addition extension. The com plaints of service from that section of the city have been numerous of late, but the company thinks that ' now the greater oart of the trouble will be overcome with the new equip ment. The Exide Batter? & Electrical , ;Pn wnnlil install vnur naxt Ford Timer with 2-year written guarantee. W. L. Banks, son of W. S. Banks who works at the round house here, came up from his farm near Range, Oklahoma, Monday. He reports plenty ..of rain and row crops looking fine. He aays he has five acres of water- ' melons in bloom which promise a good crop. He says there are lots of Hah in the Hackberry and that he .catches enough each evening to sup ply the table.. He expects to market Ua watermelons, muskmelons and toasting ears in Liberal. MRS. HINDS HAS SOME GOOD GARDEN STUFF Mrs. A. M. Hinds has one of the finest gardens in the city this year, and she is especially proud of her let tuce, and brought a couple of heads to this office this week, which were exceptionally fine and of great size. She has' found a ready market for the surplus. She also brought a beautiful bouquet of sweet peas and pansies for which she has the thanks ofthe office force. Ford timers with two-year written guarantee are being installed in cars by the Exide Battery & Electrical Co. NOTICE I There will be a meeting of the tax payers at the court house Saturday evening, June 18th, at five o'clock. All interested come out and let's talk Low Taxes and Pay As You Go. COMMITTEE. The Exide Battery & Electrical Co. would install your next Ford Timer with 2-year written guarantee. The George Grocery and the Peo ples Cash Grocery have each installed new meat counters. They are refrig erator cases and are very fine. D. W. Snrinemeyer of near Perrv- ton, Texas, was in the city Tuesday on business. He was getting farm machinery repairs. J. F. Hightower of Dombey, was a business visitor in town Tuesday. He says his wheat will be ready for the harvesters in about ten days. Mrs. Winnie J. Grinstead left on No. 2 Tuesday for Topeka, where she will attend the School Code Commis sion meeting. -. She is a member of that board. Miss Josie Lipprant and Miss Alta Miller accompanied Mrs. V. C. Bar rett home. Miss Miller will visit in Colorado for several weeks, and Miss Liprant will attend summer normal. A new electric sign of "Rooms" has been put up on the front of the Green Rooming House, at corner of West First and Lincoln Avenue. Wrs. Fields-Johnson is manager of this house. . The Rotary Club Roy Ravenscroft was chairman for the day and called for a report on the trip to McClure'8 Grove last Sunday. Keen interest was at once manifested by the club as to whether the com mittee caught any fish, and whether they regarded the site as a suitable place to fish. Rev. Ell Walker test ified that Joe Fuest did not fish, but Joe said there would be good fishing with a dip net. , The grove was de scribed as being well fitted for picnics, roomy, shaddy, with good water, a nice place for youngsters to paddle in shallow water with good bottom. By giving notice a few days in advance suitable parties can use th grove. , A committee of three was appointed to arrange for a picnic July 4, and Joe Fuest, Frank Bales and Tom Pate will see what can be done. Bert Dubois wants some one to change places at table with him. He didn't just say that he dislikes the people who sat near him week after week, but wanted a chance to get away from them occasionally. Tom Pate wants some way to find out what courses the different colleges offer to inquiring youngsters. Jack Evans stated that the answers to questionairs sent to the high school graduates were being tabulated and that a list of colleges would be furn ished to those graduates, and that those from junior high would be helped into high school. Mr. Funk, of Guymon, was a guest of Henry Tucker. He expresed his ap preciation of Rotary. Guymon is too small a town for a Rotary club, so they have a Good Roads club in lieu of it Ben Day, of the Entertainment Committee said it was hard for his committee to devise a program for the noon meeting as the time allowed was too short to carry out anything but meager outlines. These meetings are gaining in friendly feeling and are increasingly jovial. The spirit of Rotary is growing. Chairman for next week, Ira Riney. If you want a Farm Loan on a well improved farm, our new rates will interest you right now. Moore & Franklin. BLUE BELL TIRE SHOP Under New Management I have taken charge of the BlueBell Tire Shop, just west of the Grier House, and am prepared to do your Vulcanizing and Repairing In a first class manner and at reasonabe prices. I also handle Sinclair Oil and Gas Drive in and get filled up with the gas that goes farther. Our motto is: "Service Now!" Come and see me ED BRIER, Proprietor GIRL SCOUTS TO HAVE A NICE OUTING TRIP E S S E X 1095 'fV lL V Buaineea Mea of Liberal Contribute Fund to Pay Ezpenia of Their Several Days Picnie Frank G. Boles and J. B. Miler cir-j culatef a petition Monday and sue-', ceeded in raising close to $150 which ' will be turned over to the Girl Scout Council to pay the expenses of a four day outing at the Beaver Club, south of Liberal Rev. Eli Walker and Mrs. Walker are to be in charge of the expedition and business men will assist by fur nishing cars to convey them to the camp. Mr. John W. Baughman is treat-' ing the Boy Scouts royally and the business men thought the girls should also have an outing. I They will start on the 26th of June I and spend four days and five nights in camp. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE DEMOCRAT I. O. O. F. ELECT OFFICERS At the regular meeting of the Odd Fellows, the semi-annual election of officers was held. The following will be the officers of the local lodge for the ensuing term, beginning with i the first meeting in July: C. J. Borden, N. G.; E. J. Long well, V. G.j Ji N. Evans, treasurer;! C. W. Rogers, financial secretary; i 0. E. Robbins, corresponding secre tary. ) I WIM I Lua A Car That Stays "Young" Owners say the Eeset does net ffew oIA Ywtf after year, it continues its exceptional perform flflci and frwdom from fepaff tm&, in war expected only of costlyi cars.' . Essex cars, by the thousand, serving on upwards of thirty , forty and fifty thousand miles, in smooth, reliable duty, establish its lasting goodness in a way that everyone knows. A ride will reveal qualities you never expected ) in a car of its price class. Touring, $1095 Cabriolet, $1295 Coach, $1345 Frmitl'l Tax Extrm Mann Auto Co. (44S) N. A. SMITH RAISED SOME FINE TURNIPS The Democrat owes N. A. Smith of Hayne, thanks for a nice lot of turnips and radishes brought in latter part of last week. They were excep tionally large in size, but the best part was the delicious flavor. They made a fine fee dfor the family. Mr. Smith always raises good stuff on his farm. He says he planted 10c worth of government seed and will raise 20 bushels of (turnips from them. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dir returned Friday, after spending few week in Colorado. Your next Ford Timer should be Installed by Exide Battery , A Elec trical Co., with two-year guarantee. Frank Robinson of Beaver, Okla homa, Was transacting business in the city Tuesday. Henry Goss, of the Baughman of fice, is confined to his home this week with rheumatism. Moore & Franklin have a fine half section, three miles from rail road town; half in cultivation and is summer fallowed for wheat $2.00 per acre. Reasonable terms. PRICES TALK! Your Harvest Groceries Will Cost Less if you buy them from CASH 6? CARRY We are too busy to get out a price list this week but we have prices which 'will interest you. It will cost you nothing: to let us .fig ure your bill, and you might be sur prised at our quotations. Full Line of Groceries for Harvest Cash & Carry Grocery Cor. Third and Lincon - Liberal John Hacker of Pratt, was in the city Tuesday, looking after business interests. Dr. F. W. Huddleston has been con fined to his home this week with an attack of rheumatism Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dir drove to Tyrone on business Tuesday. Miss Beulah Reust, employed at the general delivery window at the post office, -is spending her vacation, visiting in eastern Kansas points.