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Shoes, Straw Hats, Underwear, Odd Pants, Etc.
Spradling's Big Sale Going Strong!
Such values; are seldom offered and the buying Public is not sow to realize. Great quantities of Merchandise
has gone out but there are hundreds of interesting bargains left. If you are needing a new Suit do not miss
this chance to get genuine Society Brand Suits, new this seasons models at a big Discount. Other Men's apparel
at startling reductions. These goods are paced to sell and must sell. Only a short time remains in which to
take advantage of these bargains. Come early and make your selection.
The Liberal Democrat
J. B. MILLER Owner
Entered as 'second-class matter Jan
nary 6, 1911, at the post office at
Liberal, Kansas, under the Act of
: March 8, 1879.
. Published Every Thursday at Liberal,
Seward County, Kansas
Subscription price $1.50 Per Year
Mr. Chas. Molter and daughter
Mary drove a new Overland Sedan
from Wichita Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maas, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Fugerson left Tuesday for
a few days visit with relatives . at
Great Bend.
Mr. William Loo per underwent an
operation at a local hospital Tuesday.
He had been employed on the L. P.
Warner farm, south of the city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bledsoe returned
to their home in Jacksonville, Indiana
Wednesday after several weeks visit
with Mrs. Bledsoe's brother, Mr. L. N.
Ellexson, of near Libral.
Mr. Mike J. Stedje, a farmer living
near Spearman, Texas, died at a lo
cal hospital, Tuesday, July 11th. The
body will be shipped, to Spearman for
Miss Dessie Tune who has been em
ployed at the Platte State Bank of
Wheatland Wyoming, has resigned
her position there and will arrive in
this city soon to make her home with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tune
of West Fourth Street
Last Sunday, Rev. Henry was in
charge of the League Meeting. The
subject was: "The Proclaimer of a
Changed Life." This man was John
Wesley. Rev. Henry told In a very
interesting manner of the life and the
great work of John Wesley. Rev.
Henry threw out a chellenge to the
young folks to take up their work and
move forward..
X Next Sunday, "Hank" Highland
will be the leader and thei subject is
"Only they who know can save". All
you- Epworthians know "Hank" and
his ability to lead, so come out and
see him in action Sunday.
Kenneth Sawyer, youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sawyer, had the
misfortune of breaking his arm Sun
day while vaulting from the porch
nicely at this time.
I will sell at public sale at my farm, two miles west and six
and y2 north of Liberal, beginning at 10 o'clock on
Monday, July 24th
The following described property, to-wit:
8 Head of Horses and Mules
1 span Mules 5 and 6 years old, weight
2300, extra good.
1 gray Horse, emooth mouth, wt. 1400.
1 six year old sorrel Mare, wt. 1000.
1 bay Horse, smooth mouth, wt. 1000.
1 bay Mare, smooth mouth, wt. 700.
1 bay Mare, 6 years old, wt. 1000.
1 bay Mare, 3 years old, wt. 900.
15 Head of Milch Gows and Calves
2 brindle Cows. 3 and 7 years old. v 1 Holstein Cow, coming 3 yr. old, a good
2 red Gows, 6 and 7 years old. one.
2 coming three year old red Heifers. All these cows are" now giving milk and
1 red Cow, five year old. , are extra good milkers.
. 7 Calves, six month old. ,
Farm Implements
1 new Kentucky drill, 10 ft.
1 single row Drill.
1 John Deere single row Lister.
1 Emerson two-row Cultivator.
1 single row Cultivator. - -1
1 set leather work Harness.
1 Poland China Sows, 2 with pigs and
2 to farrow first of September.
1 Primrose Cream Separator, good as
new. . . '
Some Household goods and other
articles too numerous to mention.
TERMS: 6 months time will be given purchaser, to give
bankable paper drawing 10 per cent interest from date. 5 per
cent discount for cash. Sums of $10.00 and under cash without
discount. ' '"!-. .
A; A;
R. W. DICKERSON, Auctioneer
C E. Woods, Clerk
Selene Has Demonstratee the Imp
Ibillty of the Human Mine Hav.
Ing That Power.
"In one sense It may be Mid that
the human race gets the disease It
deserves; but the sins are those of Ig
norance and neglect of physical laws
rather than against spiritual ordl.
nances," stild Sir Richard Gregory In
the course of his .iddress at the re
cent Edinburgh meeting of the Brit
ish Association for the Advancement
of Science.
"I'lague Is not now explained by sup
posed iniquities of the Jews or con
Junctions of particular planets, but by
the presence of an organism con
veyed by fleas from rats; malaria and
yellow fever are conquered by de
stroying the br eillng places of
mosquitoes; typhus fever by getting
rid of lice; typhol by cleanliness; tu
berculosis by improved bousing, and
most like diseases by following the
teachings of science concerning tbera.
. "Though the lu'rt does undoubtedly
influence the reslRtnnce of the body to
Invasion by .microbes, It cannot create
the scientific orguulNin of uny disease,
and the responsibility of showing how
to keep such germs under control and
prevent, therefore, the poverty and
distress due to tlirm is a scientific
rather than a spiritual duty."
Amerlcan-f -own Bulbs.
In the future tv is not likely that
the United States will continue to de
pend upon Holland for our spring flow
ering bulbs, This country uses annu
ally about S2,000,(rO worth of Dutch
bulbs, and produ s scarcely $26,000
worth In any on year, this despite
the fact that few plants are more
widely adapted and few crops more
easily grown thun bulbs. The Federal
Department of Agriculture iias pre
pared a very Interesting bulletin on
bulb culture In .'ie United State
which points to rich possibilities In
the years to come.
Bulbs can he grown In this country
on both the Atlantic and Pacific sea
boards and in the Ohio and Mississip
pi valleys. Some of the hardier and
more robust of the narcissus varieties
thrlv even In the gulf state. Con
trary to what world b generally sup
posed, It Is not tot cold for tulips and
narcissi to succeed as far north as
Bltka, Alaska. They thrive along the
entire border of the United States,
wherever the moisture conditions are
Learned to Love Japanese.
Major General William Verbeck,
former adjutant general, who 1 pres
ident of St, John's school at Manltus,
N. lay claim to being the first
white boy of American parentage to
be born In Japan. His father was a
missionary who was attached to the
Tokugawa government as an educa
tor, and later helped to establish the
Japanese Imperial university. Toung
Verbeek's playmate and 'friend was. a
Japanese boy whom his father helped
to brlngback from California when he
was detained and stranded while In
quest of an American education. The
boy's nam was Koreklyo Takahashl.
He Is now premier of Japan. "Through
this Japanese boy," said General Ver
beck, "and my association with hi
people, I learned to love them and to
hare the highest respect for their in
tegrity." New YoHr Evening Post
It Is a common notion that If a dor
wen let loose with Its eye blinded, tt
wonld fly straight up Into the air until
It fell from exhaustion.
If yon are going downhill when 701
hear the first dove la the season, yo
will lose something. If you are golaf
ap, 70a will And something.
It a gentle ground-dove ar turtle,
dove 1 seen strutting along on the
top T a noma In Barbados, It k I
aura sign of death to the Inmate.
Majestic Theatre
. 1
Under New Management
I have purchased the Mujcstic Theatre and expect to give
the public the very best pictures, and clean entertain
ment. We invite you to attend our show and spend a
pleasant evening.
J. H. YARBERR Y, Prop.
Two Harold Lloyd Comedies.
"The Goaf and "Get Out and Get Under."
This is one of the big Comedies.
Matinee Saturday at 2:30
Country Store. Free prizes Saturday night.
First National Attraction.
"Love Never Dies."
A big feature; all-star cast.
Mack Scnnett Comedy.
"Made in The Kitchen"
Matinee Tuesday Afternoon at 2:30
Hoot Gibson in
, "Sure Fire", n Western drnmfl.
Comedy: "Ladies Pets."
Admission: 10c and 20c including Tax. Mtilincc 10c
VrT BPMT Rlaoninir rnnma at R12
N. Grant Call Mrs. Merchant 8tf
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
at No. 2 So. Grant, Phone 427.
ONE Good House for Rent Inquire
at J. W. Plehler store, .four blocks
west of high school. lp
STRAYED One dark iron gray
horse; and one black horse, limp in
left front legr weight about 1100
each. Notify W. O. Nelson, Liberal,
or E. J. Kane, Kismet, Kansas. 8t2p
FOR SALE 12-25 Avery Tractor in
good running order, except clean
ing up and grinding valves. Price,
Will deliver anywhere in the county
for 60c per mile. J. W. LEWIS,
Tyrone, Okla. Phone Tyrone 7Y.
WANTED Someone to cat and
thresh about 250 acres of wheat
and rye. seven miles due nortu or,
Liberal. W. E. Collett, Route B,
Box 15, Liberal, Kansas. 50tfo
exclusive agency for the NuBona
Corset in the north part of Texas and
Beaver counties, I would be pleased
to call on any of the Oklahoma peo
ple and show them the merit of the
NuBone Corset Write or phone ma
for art appointment Yours for com
fort, Mrs. Joe W. Lewis, Corsetiere,
Tyrone, Okla., Phone Tyrone 7Y.
YOU can get good rooms in a mod
ern home at 224 N. Grant Avenue.
Phone 169. zuc
FOR SALE:. Ford Coupe, practically
aew. Inquire at Democrat office.
STRAYED One roan cow branded
"D" on left hip. Notify D. C.
Dlckerson, Phone 4478, Liberal, ltfe
WANTED Someone to thresh about
260 acres of wheat and rye. Seven
miles due north of Liberal. W. E.
Collett, Route B., Box 16, Liberal,
Kansas,.-- '-.tfej
PLENTY of Money to loan at lowest
rates on good farm and ranch
lands. Quick action, liberal amounts,
and three years to pay. Commission
without interest Harry G. Arm
strong. . 2tfc
FOR SALE At a bargain; house
and lot. 115 S. Prospect ' 2t2p
FOR SALE-Four room house. Full
basement, water anl lights. Rents
for $40 per month. Two lots. 620 N.
Washington. This might sell in the
next ten days. J. A. Brooks aLnd
Auto Company, Prone 130. 4t3e
WANTED-Work on farm by man and
his wife. Call on Oat Dubois at
Lights Lumber Yard. ' 4tlp
NEW 6 ROOM House and Granary. A
Bargain. Terms. 6th and New
York. C. E. Hancick. , v 4tfc

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