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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
MRS PARST ENTERTAINS 1 and three rears to pay. Commission ' ' without Interest. Harry G. Arm- . Mrs. J. I. Darst entertained at a strong. , 2tfc lawn reception In honor of her mother.: r ..,. ,,.. I f Va rt. U UOlgaiU, viow Mrs. Geo. E. Scrimger, bf Petersburg, Illinois., last Thursday afternoon on . the cool lawn of the Darst residence. Each guest was presented with a but terfly favor as punch' was served to them by the young girls assisting . Mrs. Darst. , Several friends of the hostess, Mrs. Ira Salley, Mrs. A. V. Ebersoie, Miss - Harriet Boles, and Miss Laura and Sara Catherine Bar rier added much to the charm of the and lot 115 S. Prospect). 2t2p WANTED Girl with some experi ence in typewriting and bookkeep ing. Apply to E. A. Evans. 2tlc LOST Cameo brooch at Tucker Theatre monday night, or on Main street. Reward of f 5 if left at the Democrat office. 2tl NOTICE We are in need of all our ice cream packers and pop cases For Probate Judge I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of Probate Judge of Seward County, subject to the will, of the Republican voters in the August primaries. J. W. CAMPBELL, Liberal, Kansas. .. ,1 Y71 ...it. . T i Ti afternoon bv their music and reading l0T we rounn oi juiy service., x-iease ..... . , . -Phone 71. Sunflower Creamery Co, After the program refreshments of pine apple Shcrbert and cake Were &er- -----h---------ii ved. At this time each guest noticed, POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ' a slip of paper attached to a min- , MMMHMi eature cake by a birthday " caudle. All were asked to read aloud the mysterious words written on.-the slips, and guess whose birthday anniversay was indicate. 1. After much puzzled guessing it was decided that Mrs. T. F. Barrier was the happily surprised member of the party. The guests were: Mesdames Geo. E. Scrimger, T. F. Barrier, A. F. Gor man, L. W. Stevenson, Ira Salley, Lee Larabee, W. E. Farmer, J. G.-Ault, L. E. Johnson, Osa Nichols, John Cook Fred Goodson, Loren Wilkins, A. V. Ebersoie, J. R. Printz, W. R. Molthop, T. B. Moore, H. F. Malone, Ansel Mahoney, and Mrs. Ciark. MissesBer tha Winters. Harriet Boles, Laura Barrier, Sara Catherine Barrier, August primaries. HUBERT C. BRISENDINE -- Kismet, Kansas. For County Sheriff I hereby announce my eandidacy for the office of Sheriff of Seward County, subject to the will of the voters of the Republican party in the August primaries. JOHN W. FREEMAN, Liberal, Kansas. For Treasurer I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Treasurer of Seward dCounty, subject to the will of the voters of the Democratic party in the August primaries. W. L. RUCKER, j Liberal, Kansas WANT ADS FOR SALE 12-25 Avery Tractor in good running order, except clean ing up and grinding valves. Price, for quick sale, $250.00 on the place. Will deliver anywhere in the county for 50c per mile. J. W. LEWIS, Tyrone, Okla. Phone Tyrone 7Y. FOR SALE: Home-cured pork, bacon an!! shoulder, 25c per lb. Lard 15c pound. C. 0. FEESE, 631 West r if th. . dump FOR SALE Ford Touring car, in first-class condition. W. G. Young,1 Phone 2171. ltfc PIANO for Sale 25 South Sherman. ' FOR SALE: Ford Coupe, practically new. Inquire at Democrat office. For County Clerk I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County ClerTf of of the Republican voters in the Aug Seward County, subject to the will ust primaries. T. W. HUBBARD, Liberal, Kansas. For Register of Deed I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Register of Deeds of Seward County, subject to the will of the voters in the Repubican primaries in August. W. W. ANTRIM Liberal, Kansas. For Register of Deed I hereby announce myself as a can Jidnte for the office of Register of Deeds of Seward county, subject to the will of the Republican voters in the For "County Sheriff I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of Sheriff df Seward County, Kansas, subject to the action of the Democratic prima ries in August. CANEY HIBBS, Liberal, Kansas. For County Sheriff I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Seward County, subject to the will of the voters of the Democratic party in the August primaries, O. E. DOBSON, Liberal, Jtansas. For County Attorney . . I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of Coun ty Attorney of Seward County, sub ject to the action of the voters at the Democratic primaries in August - EUGENE W. DAVIS, Liberal, Kansas. ' For County Treasurer -I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Treasurer of Seward County, subject to the will of the Republican voters in the August primaries. FRANK SWINK, Kismet Kansas. For County Sheriff . : I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Seward County, subject to the will of the Republican voters in the August pri maries. ' ' JIM JOHNSTON. Liberal, Kansas Mrs. J. G. Ault and Mrs. M. ELI Levi retured from Atchison., today, after several days visit with their father and sister ' The daughter of Mr. Will Smitof Elkhart, had her tonsils and adenoids removed at a local hospital one day this wfek. . ' . : A very enjoyable picnic supper was enjoyed by the W. C. T. U. ladles Friday yevening at the W. E. Bloom farm. ' . ' 1 , Births Deaths For District Clerk I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Clerk of the District i Court of Seward County, subject to) the will of the voters in the Repub lican primary in August. HAD W. LANE,' Liberal, Kansas. ' For County Sheriff I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of sheriff of Seward County subject to the will of the Re maries. . publican voters in the August prl A. L. HIGGINS . ' Liberal, Kansas. For Superintendent of Schools I hereby announce my candidacy lor re-election to the olnce ol Super intendent of Schools of Seward County, subject to the will of the voters at the Democratic primaries in August. (Miss) EMMA THOMPSON, - Liberal, Kansas, For Representative I hereby anounce my candidacy as Representative in the State Legisla ture from Seward County, subject to the wishes of the voters in the Re publican primaries in August. MINNIE J. GRINSTEAD, Liberal, JCansas. For Probate Judge I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Probate Judge of Seward county, subject to the will of the Republican voters in the August primaries. - W. O. NELSON, Liberal, Kansas. For County Treasurer I hereby announoe that I am a can didate for the office of County Treasurer of Seward County, Kansas, subject to the action of the Repub lican voters in the August primary. W. G. HARNDEN, Liberal, Kansas- For County Clerk I hereby announce that I am a can didate for the office .of County Clerk of Seward County, Kansas, subject to the action of the Democratic voters in the August primaries. G.UY M. LeMONNIER, Liberal, Kansas. For Register of Deed I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of Register of Deeds of Seward County, subject to the action of the Republican voters at the August primary. ' S. DAMIA AKER, Liberal, Kansas. June Jackson, . infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.W. C. Jackson of Grand Valley, Oklahoma, born June 25, died June. 27. Two days old Charles W. Fightmaster died June 26, 1922, at his home after a lingering illness. The body was shipped to Lemons Missouri, Tuesday on two. Mrs. Fightmaster and daughters Al ma and Alva accompanied the body. Ignacio Romero died Wednesday June 28 after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held Thursday morning at 8 o'clock at the the St. St. Anthony church, and interment made in the Liberal cemetery. i NOTICE Sealed bids for the erection of a school building according to plans and specifications . furnished b y Frank Ongr Architect, Liberal, Kan sas, for District No. 10, Seward County, Kansas, will be received un til 8 o'clock, p. m., July 10, 1922, by R. L. Ingham, Clerk. Plans and specifications for this work may be obtained from the arch itect of clerk of the Board on de posit of $10.00, which will be re mitted when plans and specifications are returned in good condition. ' (Signed) FRANK ONG, Architect. 2t2c R, L. INGHAM, Clerk. Mr. Mrs, Glen Walden June 25 ft boy. . ' Mr. andMrs. Fragile Carlyle June 27 a boy. . ''- 't '.. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Titus June 27th, a girl. """"" , L. E. Allen of Dalhart, formerly of this place, was in the city first of the week on business. . Mrs. Ida Bell went to Wichita Monday for a visit with her brother for several days. W. S. Bangs returned Jrom Tjr-1 rone Wednesday. He has been there looking after his" farming interests. Mr. Bangs reports farmers are be ginning to. harvest in that vicinity. Wheat will make from five to twelve bushels to the acre. It's here , v The New Perfec tion Oil Range with SUPERI liX Burners that equals the cook ins speed of gas. n V I ftVJM Y0CUM I Phone 63 N. Kansas Avenue tlHIIIIHIIIHIIHIIMIIttHllllllllllllllllHltlllltllllllllllHIHIHIHimillWnillMIIHIIIIW HARVEST HORSES for sale. Sound j and young. Ready to work. Will j give short time with good security. I W. C. Marteney, Route. B, Liberal,lt2p STRAYED One roan cow branded "D" on left hip. Notify D. C. Dickerson, Phone 4478, Liberal, ltfo WANTED A Man -.to run steam threshing rig on a per cent. Ref- erence required. Call at the O. K. Radiator Shop, Kulp Bros. It2p WANTED Someone to thresh about 250 acres of wheat and rye. Seven miles due north of Liberal. W. E. Collett, Route B., Box 15, Liberal, Kansas. tfc MAN and Wife want place to work on farm. Experienced. Perma-j nent plare preferred. Inquire of Ot. ' Dubois, r.t Paul Light Lumber Yard. WANTED I A Young Men Wanting to Grow A Manufacturing Company enlarg-l ing its field seeks the services 'of a young m:in, preferably married and; a car owner, living in the vicinity of j Liberal. Such a man may be a roofer, , tinnert clerk, insurance agent, mail: carrier or anything else, provided heh is honest, energetic and ambitious.. With these qualifications he will be placed under an experienced super visor and trained to perform tech nical work which will pay him over $150.00 per month. His pay will start, with his training. There are possi bilities for such a man growing and working into a position paying $5000 annually. Those making application should state age,, experience, giving names of two of your past employers. , Address communication, Secretary, Lock Box 406. Stnnbery, Missouri. TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS to in-! vest for parties. Would buy good paper or. loan direct. Also some other money to loan on good first mortgages in Oklahoma or Kansas. j Harry G. Armstrong. Bltfc; FOR SALE A real Ford, demount-1 able rims, new touring body, 1920 chassis. Call at Eureka Steam Laun-1 dry. i ' t WANTED Someone to cut and i thresh about 250 acres of wheat and rye.' Seven miles due north of, Liberal. W. E. Collett, Route B,1 Box 15, Liberal, Kansas. 60 tfc ATTENTION, LADIES 1 As I have exclusive agency for the NuBonej Corset in the north part of Texas and 1 Beaver counties, I would be pleased to call on any of the Oklahoma peo ple and show them the merits of the NuBone Corset Write or phone me for an appointment Yours for com fort Mrs. Joe W. Lewis, Corsetlere, -Tyron Okla., Phone Tyrone 7Y. WANTED A reliable separator man to call at O. K. Radiator Shop, in South Liberal. . 2tlp YOU can get good rooms in a mod ern home at 224 N. Grant Avenue. Phone 169. - . 2tfc PLENTY of Money to loan at lowest rates on good farm . and ' ranch lands. Quick action, liberal amounts, 200,000 Extra votes given with each set of Gov ernment Harness Friday and Saturday. 0 i Evans' Auto Contest Closes at 10 o'clock Saturday Night, July 1st 200,000 Extra votes given with each set of Gov ernment Harness Friday and Saturday. WHO WILL BE THE WINNER? It all depends on, your efforts the next two days. Contest closes and Car will be given away at 10 o'clock Satur day night, July 1st. STOP! REALIZE! ACT! Just two more days to take advantage of the wonderful bar gains this store has in reserve for you. It will pay you to lay everything aside and come and take advantage of this wonderful sales event. A TIP TO THE WISE ECONOMIZE! 10,000 Votes with each Coupon Sold Buy Coupons From the Contestants Coupon good for $5.00 in trade . or on account 100,000 Extra Vjotes with each set of Government Harness 5000 Extra Votes with each Pair of Shoes 5000 Extra Votes with each Canvas Collar 5000 Extra Votes with each Pocket Knife 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5.5 5 5 H TRADE COUPON- I z This Coupon Good for $5 in Trade 8 jo 2 EVANS HARNESS CO. j 8 When Countersigned by E. A. Evans C . , .. . . a Signed ' . 1 Good for 10,000 votes when traded out 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10' 10 10 10 10 5000 Extra Votes with each $1.19 Leather Collar 1,000 Extra Votes with each Razor 100 -Votes with each 50c purchase 200 Votes with each 50c paid on account. Coupons good in paying accounts. List of Contestants and Their Standing Wednesday Night, June 28th Mrs. T. II. Frisby 877,000 Alice Murray 819,600 Edna Bloom 783,200 . Esther Shorb 7G0.300 Opal Taylor 722,500 Mary Bowles 725,900 Osa Claybrook 708,300 Gertrude Mahan 707,000 Ruth Printz 705,500 Mrs. A. Alderman 556,800 Mrs. Belle Allen .448.500 Laura Schwak 404,000 Minnie Smith 397,300 Opal Arnett 396,100 Alice Cooper 351,700 Anna Epp 344,500 Mrs. -Ralph Jones 338,000 Helen Wilson 321,600 Edith Miller 319,000 Mamie Campbell 281,400 Charlcia Craig 155,200 ' .Contestants Having Less Than 50,000 Votes Clara Pearl "Williams Mrs. Ross Leatherman Eva Kerns Murtia Boese Mural Hays Delia Mitchell . ; Mrs. I. H. Palmer Viola Beuscher Maonia Vickham Mrs, Birdie Pennington -Hazel Massoni Opal Parmalee -Priscilla Dean Doris Nutt .. . Zipy Hudkin8 , , Marie Isaacs i Edna Becker Lucy Rallins - 200,000 Extra votes given with each set of Gov ernment Harness Friday and Saturday. E vans Liberal, Kansas 200,000 Extra votes given with each set of Gov ernment Harness Friday and Satur day..,. ,,' 1 v4 i .