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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
1 Sale of All Sales ? s. s ree Fora Gar 5000 Extra Votes with each pair of Shoes. 5000 Extra Votes with each Canvas Collar. 5000 Extra Votes with each Pocket Knife. , 1000 Extra Votes with each Gillette Razor. Contest closes prompt ly at 10 p. m. Saturday Night, July 1st THE TALK OF U ITU TOTO GREAT EXCITEMENT PREVAILS IN THE FORD CAR CONTEST NOW GOING ON AT THE EVANS HARNESS CO. STORE. NEVER BEFORE, NEVER AGAIN WILL THE BUYING PUBLIC DUPLICATE THIS BUYING OPPORTUNITY. ALL TO GO. NO RESERVES. NO LIMIT. 10000 Extra Votes with each coupon sold out side of the store. See List of Contesants below. Buy the Coupons from your favorte Contest ant and get the Votes. Votes will be counted Friday night See bul letin Saturday in the store. A New Ford Touring Car Absolutely Free! j f TO THE INDIVIDUAL HAVING THE GREATEST NUMBER OF VOTES AT HE CLOSE OF THIS BIG SALE. THE CONTEST CLOSES H M AND THE CAR WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AT 10 O'CLOCK SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY FIRST. M If We Do Not Have What You Want In Harness, We Will Make It For You H Remember this is not a sale of a few scattering bargains, but every article, in this immense stock is placed on the bargain counter at a fraction of its real worth. Kum! Kum! Kum! The prices will sell the goods. Notice To the Contestants Each Contestant will be fur nished coupons like sample to sell to their friends. 10,000 votes will be given for each coupon sold outside the store. This coupon will be accepted in payment of accounts. Gome in and get a supply. 555555555555555555 "1 TRADE COUPON I Is5 8 a This Coupon Good for $5 in Trade 8 K EVANS HARNESS CO. 1 8 When Countersigned by E. A. Evans E -8 Signed . K Good for 10,000 votes when traded out . 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 Rules Of This Contest 100 votes with each 50c pur chase; 200 votes with each 50c paid on account. Votes once cast cannot be transferred. Votes must be cast day pur chase is made. EXTRA VOTES ON SPECIAL ARTICLES. WATCH FOR THEM Contest Open to new Contestants any time up to the closing hour, Satur day night, July 1st. Buy Coupons OF CONTESTANTS AND GET MORE VOTES List of Contestants Who Is Your Choice? MRS. T. N. FRISBY OPAL PARMALEE MRS. BELLE ALLEN ALICE MURRAY HAZEL MASSONI LAURA SCHWALK CLARE P. WILLAMS MINNIE SMITH ALICE COOPER RUTH PRINTZ GERTRUDE MAHAN MAONIA VICKHAM EDNA SHORB VIOLA BEUSCHER OPAL ARNETT MARY BOWLES EDNA BLOOM LUCY RALLINS MAMIE CAMPBELL MRS. B. PENNINGTON CHARLCIA CRAIG HELEN WILSON MRS. I. H. PALMER ANNA EPP MRS. R LEATHERMAN EDITH MILLER PRISCILLA DEAN MRS. A. ALDERMAN OSA CLAYBROOK EVA KERNS DELLA MICHAEL MARTIA BOESE. DORIS NUTT ZIPY HUDKINS EVANS HARNESS CO. W. M. WILTROUT, Contest Manager lllllllllllllllilllllllllllllil 111 III 111 ill Liberal, Kansas 111 Ford Touring Car Absolutely free at the close of this 13 Day SALE! Read List of Contest ants and make up your mind to help some one win IF. Used Machinery Priced to Sell 1 5-disc La Crosse Plow 1 3-bottom Oliver Plow 1 McCormick Combine 1 32-in. Rumley Separator 1 used Emerson Brantingham Tractor 1 25-hp. Rumley Steam Engine 1 36-hp, Rumley Steam Engine 1 Avery Tractor 12-25 Any man who can use any of the above machinery can have it at the lowest prices, and we will give terms to responsible parties.. GRABER SUPPLY CO. Liberal. Kans. Phone 514 P. R. Buckley and son made a business trip to Hooker Tuesday. - Mrs. H. E. Penny returned Tues day from a several days' visit with relatives and friends at Newton. Attorney G. L. Light arrived home Wednesday, from a business trip to Wichita and El Dorado. Helen Maline of St. John, is visit ing with her grandmother, Mrs. J. A. Malin. Mrs. H. K. Orr returned to her home near Forgan Tuesday, after a short visit with her daughter, Miss Emma R. Jaquins. AETNA LOANS Yes, we are making them; paying out money daily. Can get you a good city property loan promptly. GRIFFITH & BAUGHMAN A.V Griffith CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAM Children's Day Programs are al ways delights and the one given last Sunday night at the Presbyterian Church was full of Beautiful music, worshipful expression and graceful exercises. All the different departments of the Sunday School had a part on the program. The front of the church was a bower of roses, a fitting back' ground for the happy faces of the little children and of the young peo ple who had entered heartily with the children into the spirit of Childrens Day. The program, planned and pre pared under the direction of Miss Freda Eldridge, Mrs. Carl Eldridge, and Mrs. Loren Wilkins was perfectly presented; all the numbers being pres ent and well prepared. The Tableau "Rock of Ages" concluded theevening leaving a hushed feeling of why we celebrate Children's Day, MEADE-SEWARD COUNTY BANKERS HOLD MEETING The Meade-Seward County Bankers association met at Plains last night, and quite a number of the bankers and officers attended from here. A big banquet was served the delegates and the address of the evening was de livered by Secretary Bowman, of the State Bankers Association, These meetings are held by the Meade - Seward County Association about every sixty days and are prov ing interesting and instructive to the members and attendants. A car of Oliver 2-row listers for horse and Fordson. Thos. W. Gaw. Mrs. Lottie Gilbert and children ar rived in the city Thursday to visit Mrs. Nettie Long. Mr. Gillett came in several days ago and will assist Mr. Long during harvest. G. L. Johnson was over from Hug oton the first of the week on business. D. K. Watts of Coats, Kansas, ar rived in the city the first of the week to work on a farm belonging to C. Shore, of near Moscow, Ernest Evans made a business trip to Canadian and Spearman, Texas the last of the week and visited in Guymon, Oklahoma, over Sunday with relatives. Mrs. Roy Rhea and little daughter, Marjorie Lee, went to Dalhart, Tex as Wednesday. Mr. Rhea went down several days ago and arranged for the family moving there. They will make their future home there. We are closing loans on Liberal property every day. Do you need one? GRIFFITH ft BAUGHMAN Aik Griffith Pride of workman- ship plus exacting arec makes our DRY CLEANING uniform ly satisfactory. Fone 2 We Call and Deliver Klean Klothes Klean LOOK! Gentlemen's Free Week June 26th-Julv 2nd With every lady's job we will give the equal amount of men's garments Free. They must come in together. For one week only. We are doing this in order to get the ladies's work coming srtonger. You get advantage of us advertising in this way. Now this is Cash only. If you have an account here and have it charged, it will be regular price. Call Us Now Phone 126. We will do the rest If you crave service, we can give it. Work Called For and Delivered. PENNEY & COMPANY, Tailors ' - .