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TIIE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
"Good Eats always at the Sunflow er Cafe. Try Us. . 12tp 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 SUPPirCO. Liberal, Kans. Phone 514 BEAVER, MEADE A ENGLE. WHEAT PROSPECTS ARE WOOD TO EXTEND WEST . GOOD IN TYRONE VICINITY From Beaver Herald: Mr. Adams, locating engineer for the Beaver, Meade and Englewood railway, started 'preliminary survey out of Forgan, Monday morning, with a gang of seven men. The com pany expects to run about three sur vey lines from Forgan and Beaver to Hooker, with intentions of building to Boise City. Jacob Achenbrfch, president of the company, is in For gan this week in connection with the extension of the road. It looks as if they surely mean dubI ness judging from appearances, and we certainly hope it will be a "sure go" as it would mean a great deal to this section of the country to have railroad connections with the western part of the Panhandle, Mildred Fuller of the Summers store, is confined, to her home this week. Miss Gladys Newby it assist ing in the store during Miss Fuller's absence. For Comfortable and Happy Homes Buying Furniture is a good deal like building a house. You want some thing that is going to give you com fort and pleasure over a long period of years. That means good quality to begin with. Then you want furniture that you won't tire of in a nionth or two. We had these things in mind when se lecting our stock. You will find styles here that seem to be designed for a , home just like yours. The offerings of this store this season are little less than marvelous not only from the standpoint of quality, beauty and correctness, but also that of reasonableness of price. T. L. GRAY The Home of Dependable ' Furniture Farmer la That P Country, "'" Bin la Early Spring, Now Ara Expecting Large Yields ' Evevryone whq visited the Tyrone and Hooker country in March and April would have been willing to lay great odds against there being any wheat cut there this summer, and but for a very unusual year, they would have been- more than safe. It is said that a person could have driven for miles in that-part of the country and hardly have seen a live spear of wheat above the ground. Good rains set in about the right time, vegetation began to look up and it is estimated that much of the wheat will run 20 bushels to the acre, and that the entire territory will strike an average of around 12 to 16 bushels. EAT at the Sunflower Cafe. Under new management. U2p AMERICAN LEGION NATIONAL CONVENTION TO BE HELD IN NEW ORLEANS. OCT. 16 21 New Orleans, La., June 27 Dough boys, gobs and marines' who attend tie American Legion national conven tion in New" Orleans, October 16 to 21, may obtain a bunk for $1.50 a day, as a result of an agreement between representatives of the seven leading hotels and T. Sommes Walmfeley, Chairman and other convention offl-dais. The hotel men have agreed to es- sons to the room. - If the service man prefers to dwell in solitary granduer he will pay f 4.60 to 7.60, depend ant on whether his room is equipped with a bath. All reservations for hotel rooms during the five days of the convention will be made thru the forty-eight leg ion state adjutants who will forward the reservations to the housing com mittee of the convention. ' Some of the most famous hostelries in the south are a party to the agree ments for the reduction of rates. In cluded In the list are the Grunewald, St Charles, DeSoto, Lafayette.Mon- teleone, Bienville and the Planters. ' Legion oinciaU obtained assur ances from the hotel managers that all the rooms including those occu pied by permanent guests, will be turned over to the convention vis itors. Miss Margaret had her tonsils remov ed Tuesday. H. H. Karber was up from Boyd Monday on business. Roy Johnson, baker at the S k S resigned his position. . Roy Stickler formerly driver has taken his place and Lester Ellsaesser is driving the delivery wagon. The Railroad Road Loan and Sav ings Association has tiever failed to make 10 percent semi-annual Dividend to its stockholders in the 26 years of its history. Moore. & Franklin make loans on city property for this com pany in Liberal. 2t2 H U D S ON The Coach $1795 It Also Has HudsoiVs New Motor The Coach is a beautiful closed car, coating lees than 6 above the price of open models. : Now it adda the attraction of the new Super Six motor. Performance is wholly altered a glorious eenae of. motion, free, as flight It is a revelation even to Super-Six owners. See the Coach today. Examine the closed car . ' advantages offered at this price. And learn tha ' charm of this greater Super-Six motor in a ride hudson vk'sSy" Phaeton - - SUM 7-Pase. Phaeton 1749 , Cabriolet 129 Coupe - 397 Sedan ' - 3fc$S fMsMaaaraaavUra " MANN AUTO COMPANY ! The Wonderful New Playerpiano Will Bring Happiness To Every Member of Your Family The wonderful new Playerpiano is not a "selfish' instrument. It is' not purchased for any one mem ' ber of the family, but can be used and enjoyed by all. With the Playerpiano, anyone is able to accompany ' the playing of a second instrument, like the violin, guitar, 'cello, or any other combination -of instru ments. . Popular songs, as well as the most difficult operas may be rendered ensemble and with all the : technique of hand playing. What Music Means To Your Children Keep your boy from the street corner gang by giving him music in the home. Keep your family together by that delightful atmosphere of music, and you and they will be happier than through any other single means. You have dreamed of music' in your home you have hoped to own a real good Playerpiano here is your opportunity. ' V TAYLOR'S Drugs and Music Liberal, Kansas 1 An Unaiual Opportunity' ' ' for Thrifty Buyers During our Playerpiano De monstration Days, we have reduced. our prices to the lowest"1 possible figure, 'and will arrange the easiest pos sible terms so that now yon need no longer deny your self the privilege of having the best music in your home. If you really want to prac tice thrift now is the time to prove it Remember this is ona of the greatest Player piano merchandising events that Liberal has ever seen. $495 Formerly $595 You Save $100.00 Term Low a $10 Monthly Mail This Coupon Today! Taylor's Music Store, Liberal, Kansas. Without any obligation what ever on my part, you may send me full particulars about the new Playerpiano. Name Address , I Hayne Happenings Everyone is busy harvesting and we are having ideal weather for the wheat cutting. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis of Liberal were visiting at the W. S. and Ever ett Higgins home Sunday. June Erlewine is helping Mrs. J. S. Dodd this week. We had a very interesting meeting at Endeavor Sunday evening. Would like to have better, attendance, and could if you would but come. Miss Grace Edgerly leads next Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ponting vis ited Sunday afternoon in the Hayne neighborhood. . Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Grimsley and Mrs. Conrad were Liberal visitors on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Swan spent Sun day with the Fred Grimsley family at Arkalon. Those who spent Sunday afternoon at the E. B. White home were Misses Nila Hill, Dora Dettmer and Grace Edgerly; Messrs. Merton Edgerly, Chester Franklin, Bert Dettmer, Aus tin and Jases Whit. Mr. and Mrs. Courtney are helping Coarga Dettmer's family during the FOR SALE! Nine Units, $100.00 par, Huber Oil Syndicate, for $600.00 cash. Well now drilling; near Del Rio, Texas, on well defined structure; in block of about Eleven Thousand Acres. .:. ' W. H. BOWELS Box 626 - - - - - Del Rio, Texas NATIONAL HOSPITAL FUND ESTABLISHED Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pennington and Mrs. Howard Pennington went to Sublette Friday. Emil Thompson and wife attended services at Hayne Sunday evening. Mrs. James I. Stamper of Meade, returned home Monday, after sev eral days visiting at the, home of her brother, H, E. Snyder. 1 Qctirjo ; -:J . A LTr01 La-La ! Topeka, Kansasjune 27 The nat ional executivecommittee of the Am- . ericen Legion Auxiliary in session at Indianapolis, Indiana on June 8 took action providing for the establishment of a national hospital fund. A national committee will have charge of this money and it will be used for hospital relief and welfare work in our western states where the hospital situation is very acute. World war veterans suf fer from tuberculosis are being sent (rin various rU of the country to. Celorade, Ariaeam, New Uesfcw, and California with the result that the hos petals are anwewwded. National" Bead quarters reports 75,000 tuberculosis veterans in Colorado- alone, and ' only 2 percent of that number having ent ered the war service from that state. Several states have already made voluntary contributions of (100 each to this fund. . The Dodge City Aux iliary has given $105, that being the largest amount yet contributed by any unit or individual. v " A car of Oliver 2-row listers for horse and Fordson. Thos, W. Gaw. Ray Nelson of Perryton, .Texas, visited in the city Sunday. Mm, Nel son . accompanied him home, after Mrs. Franklin of Arkalon city shopper Wednesday. was a Joe Trindle of the Liberal Auto Supply Company, was .transacting business matters in Kansas City a few days last week. MOLTHOP Pianos and Music New and Ud Piano, Sheet Music, ate. AT MOLTHOP STUDIO 630 North Kansas Liberal Ambulance tL,''AJa, j mm, ii 1 1 mm rXMrnuKmewmma 1 I ixi. L S. A. MILLER, R. M; MEYER, FOR SALE! r Methodist . Tabernacle at. Fourth and Sherman. Will sell all or part la sections as it stands. . i oC'K.MLr -wcx mm : 'visiting the. past week with Mr. and Paul W Light, J. N. Evans,; and E. D. Cooper, Committee. Mrs. Rosa Leatherman.