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Next Sunday th Missionary tour ists will visit the Phillipinea and Bee the work of the Sunday school there. It will oe inwsreowisj iu ments. This is during the opening worship period and will be missed'if yottre Utter than 9:45. , . Tonight (Thursday) the mid week service is in the hands of the Inter mediate department of the Sunday school. . They have prepared some thing interesting and worth while. The bulletin board in front of the church reaches all the time. The message is changed every morning. Get the habit of watching for its messages as you passby. ' The Men's Class Sunday in spite of hot weather and mid harvest had 40 men -present Tihs is not up to par, but a good showing midharvest ' Next Sunday the pastor will preach both morning and evening. The morn lug sermon will be the intra in we sories 'The Christiaity of Jesus." Sub ject 'His Thot of Kingdom Growth". In the evening the third in the series of studies of Unfamiliar Bible Char acters, "A Man Sucessful in 'Wicked ness". The Epworth League at 7 o'clock will be led by f rank mgniana. Subject "Only they who know Can Serve." You will be welcome at all of these services. PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES While it is vacation time, let us not take too much vacation from Sunday school and church services. As Satan never takes a vacation we must be careful or he will, while we are va cating, get such a start, that we will not be able to catch up with: him un til next vacation time. ' . The Sunday school meets at 9:45. Every teacher and every member of the school is urgeS to be present Divine worship at 11:00. "God's Surprises". vor ot 7:30. Immediately after this meeting a set of slides on Old Testa ment history will be in connection with a lecture. 1VU aiV IIIVIWU W VVII1U( BASKET MEETING Subject, Chrisitan Endea- On Sunday, July 9th, the Episco pal Congregation of Liberal, Satanta, and Meade, held a basket meeting at Stout's grove, reaching there about noon. Happy greetings were ex changed, then preparations were be gun for dinner. There were so many baskets, and buckets, and cans all . full of such good things to eat Tables 7 were arranged under the trees ' and Improved Square Section 15 miles north of Liberal, new six room house, barn; granary, well and windmill, fenced pasture, ' 800 acres iff cultivation. Will sell at at tractive price On easy terms or ex Ask change for unimproved farm land. GRIFFITH at Griffith & Baughman's offifice ' No. 555. I. O. O. F. Over Citizens State BanV Meets Tuesdays, 7:80 C. J. Borden, N. G. O. E. Robbins, Sec. LIBERAL CAMP 1745, M. W. A. meets 1st, 2nd and 3rd Thursdays in hall over Citizens Bank. H. N. Wilkinson, Consul H. P. Bergen, Clerk Bill Onions Shoe Repairer 1-2 Block East of Post Offifice E. TREKELL Physician and Surgeon '. Special Attention Given ' to Obstetric . Phones: 147; Residence 180 Office Phone 188 ;. Rest. Phone 477 Dr. E. H. Neighbors Dentist Office in Peoples State Bank LIBERAL, KANSAS C.H.JUNO , Vulcanizing , and Repairing ;WUh the Brooks Auto. Co. Phone 130 ,N. Kara. Ave, r i i ' ii- , m. i n ii nut i Avnii o ix turn iiuiiu. 0000 H&mtg in tlie Balance Right now you should be in the field turning over the stubble, stopping the pores in the ground to con serve every bit of moisture for the growing of ne?ct year's crop. Nine years out of ten early sown wheat produces more abundantly than late sown and the farmer who gets his crops in early, has the balance in his favor. Here is where a tractor can more than pay for itself in a season. It enables you t sow a large acreage in a short time and will do your wVrk satisfactorily under conditions where it would be impossible to work under the old methods. A tractor works long hours uncomplainingly, and if it is 'the right kind will stand up and give service for years. The Allis-Chalmers Tractor Is constructed on scientific lines, overcoming difficuties heretofore experienc Tf ed in lubricating, cooling and fuel consumption. From the standpoint of up keep the Allis-Chalmets is the most economical tractor on the market today. jf?. This is true because Allis-Chalmers Service Is Superior Factory branch experts instruct buyers in the running and handling of tlheir tractors and give advice on any point not thoroughly understood. Delaays which might be occasioned by the breaking of a part are eliminated by reason of our great storehouse of parts and supplies. In Quality, Price, Service and taitn ful performance Allis-Chalmers delivers to purchasers the very highest attainable. Let Us Demonstrate That This Is True ALLIS-CHALMERS MFG. CO. James I Darst, Mgr. Factory Branch Liberal, Kansas about 76 sat down and thoroughly en joyed them selves. At 8 o'clock services were held. Archdeacon Jones preached a very appealing sermon from thet ext found in St. Mark, VI, 81 j "Come ye your selves apart into a desert place, and rest awhile." The service was heard by a large number of campers, and tourists, who gathered around the united congregations. Appropriate hymns were sung, not only from the lips but from the. hearts of the sing ers. Archdeacon Jones then left for Garden City to hold services there that evening. Refreshments were again served then the congregation " parted, the Liberal people reaching home about 6 o'clock. Dr. M. H. Levi made a business trip to Perryton, Wednesday. C. F. Hobbs of near Liberal was op erated on at a local hospital the first of the week. . Mrs. Don Rinenour of near this city broke her arm Tuesday, while crank ing a Ford. . - . - - turned the first of the week ; from Souix Falls , where she has been vis iting with a sister for some time. She spent several days visiting with Mrs. W. 0. Nelson. .' Need Money? We Have It! h : ir - ; We want some good Oklahoma and Kansas Farm Lxoans Inspection every week. See Us : RLNEY & NEWBY Citizens Bank Building Liberal, Kansas 'WhafsmaName? By MILDRED MARSHALL Fact i about your name; lb kUloryi meaning; whenct it mat dtriotJ; $tgnlficancs your tacky day l2 ani lucky Jewtl VIVIAN The lowest rates to be had on farm loans are quoted by Griffith & Baugh man who are closing loans in Stevens, Seward, Haskell and Grant Counties, Kansas and Beaver Countyy, Okla homa with promptness. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS npUK charming name of Vlvi.... m al- most the equivalent of the adjec tive "vivacious." It means lively,- hav ing been derived from the Latin vita signifying life, Hnd was used by the Roman Christian to express their hopes of eternity. The first feminine name - formed from vita Is Vlvla. a name made fa mous by Vlvla I'erpetua, the noble young matron of Carthage, whose martyrdom Is one of the most touch ing histories of the early church. Her many votaresses gave vogue to her name. - In later Roman days Vlvlnna came to be popular through a Christian maiden of that name who was put to death by a Roman governor on the charge that she ' had destroyed the sight of one of his eyes by magic. fnrh Inter a phnrrh ws prerted over Mrs. J. fc. weDDer oi Hugoton re-L-her remains. Her fame and name tin gered, and appears prominently again In "Morte d'Arthur" when Vlvianna Is the enchantress of King . Arthur's court ' Scotland took over the name of Vivian, applying It as both a mascu line" and feminine name. France adopt ed the masculine form as Vivien and straightway formed the now-popular feminine ' Vlvlenne. England has al ways favored Vivian and America re ceived and popularised the name un der that spelling. Vlvlana la the fa vored form In Spain and Italy, the lat ter country still employing the early Roman Vlvla. Vivian's tallsmantc gem la the life giving ruby. Its Inextinguishable flame promises her dauntless courage, bodily health and strength, and dispel evil spirits. To dream of It signifies unex pected guest. Friday to her lucky day and three her locfry number. The Uly, signifying parity, Is ber flower. 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 Sharif t . 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. i . . JIM JOHNSTON, 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 Republican party in the August primaries. . JOHN W. FREEMAN, Liberal, Kansas. For County-Sheriff ' I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of Sheriff of Seward County, Kansas, subject to the action of the Democratic prima ries in August CANEY HIBBS, Liberal, Kansas. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Seward County, subject to the will of the Re puglican voters in the August pri maries. ' CHAS. DICKERSON . For County Sharif . I hereby announce my. candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Seward County, subject to the will of the voter of the Democratic party in the August primaries. - 0. E. DOBSON, 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 for re-election to the office of 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 County Treasurer . I hereby announce that I am a can didate for the v 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 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, . Liberal, Kansas. . For County Traaaurar l "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 Katun. ust primaries. T. W. HUBBARD, Liberal, Kansas. For Rag later of Deeds 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 voter at the August primary. S. DAMIA AKER, ' Liberal, Kansas. 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 Deads I hereby announce myself as a can Jidate for the office of Register of Deeds of Seward county, subject to the will of the Republican voters in the August primaries. HUBERT C. BRISENDINE Kismet, -Kansas. For Probata 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. 1 J. W. CAMPBELL, T.lhoral 1Tlinfla- For County Clark ' 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 County dark I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Clerk of of the Republican voter in the Aug Seward County, subject to the will For Probata 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. 0. NELSON, Liberal, Kansas. For District Clerk I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Clerk of the District Court of Seward County, subject to the will of the voters in the Repub lican primary in August HAD W.LANE, ' . ' ' Liberal. Kansas. - For Represent tire 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, Kans.