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TIIE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT 1 V Let Us Do Your Kodak r : -Finishing : We handle Kodaks and Films PATE STUDIO Liberal " Kansas ". - For Healtk Sn R.B. SMITH, D.C. . Chiropractor ; Pahaer School Graduate ' Consultation and Analysis Free MHler Building LIBERAL, KANSAS " 'Phones: Office 218; Ret. 2171 , Hairy G. Armstrong: , FW Ymti Bonded Abstractor " 'All Kind of Insurance Written Fono 89 . Court House Dr. F. W. Huddleston Physician in Chart; a, LiboraJ Hospital Home 179; Office 45; 'Hospital 878 '. ' Will Do General Practice DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES We Can Fit You Per fectly with Kryptok Lenses Examination Free Dr. E. F. PELLETTE 7 EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Rooms In the Peoplea State Bank Building ' Mrs. W. W. Coons, of Plains, was shopping; in the city Saturday. . V Mrs. E. V. Forbis left the last of the week for an extended visit with friends and relatives. '. Mr. and Mrs Lee Norwood left Sat urday for Hooker where they will visited friends for several days. . . r Mrs. Lee McCulley is employed at the Duckwall store, taking the place of Mrs. C. C. Craig. '- Mr. Carl jClem who has been em played at the Henry Pitcher Grocery Store is now selling tractors for the, Allis-Chalmers Tractor Co. CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. Miss Goldie Warner; was 'operated on for appendicitis at a local hospital the last of the week- She, is reported at this time asdoing nicely.' CATCH THE FUES1 - Had Lane still -has a few of those catch-all fly traps. St2p HERE'S SOME TRUTH A city exchange.remarks that some towns spend more time in sounding their slogans than they do in clean ing their streets. It is auite true, to the detriment of the towns. Glowing slogans cause the straneer to exnect something out of the ordinary, and When he learns his mistake his interest ceases to exist. ' i ,. Fine words on the wings. of wind travel a long way, but a clean street leaves a more lasting impression. .. Opportunity -knocks at all doors, but it generally ducks before most of us can open up. . One can't accomplish big things until they have first learned -to com plete the little ones. Only a small per centage of us re ceive our just deserts in this world. There are not enough jails. . ; Some people never pray until they get into a tight place, and then they can only cuss. uumnnnuuummimininnnnnimnniuimiitnnninimniiiininini HOUSEWIVES . Next Sunday is Automobile Day in the Bible School. Bring your Auto All Departments are to asemble in the main auditorium, for a special program. Bible School attendance is keeping up in" spite' of the hot summer, weather. We were well above4 the two hundred mark last Sunday, and hope to pass the three hundred mark next Sunday. This is the ' last day. before the Boy Scouts start on their long western trip. The Junior Department will all go to the church in a body, sufficient cars have been secured to take the entire department. All members and friends are urged to help make this a big day. A cordial invitation to all. LIBERAL UP IN AIR OVER R. R. HEADING TOWARD HOOKER (From Hooker Advance) The prospects - of a new railroad for Hooker is 'making Liberal sit up and take notice, and from the way they are howling in this weeks papers, ypu would think that if the proposed Beaver-Hooker road - was built that Liberal would go into bankruptcy. It is very natural " that Liberal should be up in arms regarding the situation, and at the same time she cannot expect Hooker to pass up a proposition of this kind and lay down in favor of Liberal. Hop to it Liber alwe're for you but Hooker is going after this road and is going to get it if there is any chance. Tom Kirk of Kismet was a business visitor the first of the week. ! Mrs. John Meyer has returned from a visit with her mother in Alabama. . H. S. Mooney was in Liberal, Tues day on business. . Mrs. William Brune and daugh ter Ella of Optima were shopping in this city Monday. . Mrs. 'Robert is a new clerk in the A. F. Gorman store, taking the place of Mrs. J. N. Maxwell. ? Mrs. J. M. Gill of Optima returned to. her home Tuesday, after several days visit with relatives there. Miss Mary Lane of Guymon, under went an operation at a local hospital the first of the week. are busy these days doing up the early fruits of the season. They v Realize that the cold days of winter will come when the delicious contents of the cans will serve a needful pur-'- V. pose for the family Mister Husband are you as thoughtful; have you thought of and provided for the future Have you been putting your saving in the Bank for the future? Start an Account today with us ' Small Savings Grow B Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ragsdale, Gray were in this city Tuesday business. ' of fajMEMBEu" CEDEBAI. RESERVE MnSs8YSTEM-eM The First national Bank i "We Are Prompt to Admit and Rectify H' .... . Mistakes." miiniiniuniM '. Mrs.' E. J. Peacock returned from Hayne Tuesday after a several days visit with her daughter there. Little .Bobibef Woods of Pratt, who has been visiting relatives here for some time went, to Gray the first of I the week for a visit with friends and relatives.' ; Mrs. A. T. Willey, son and daughter returned Thursday from a visit with relatives at Colony and Iola, Kansas. Mr. Willey's sister-in-law, Mrs. A. L. Willey and her daughter returned with them. Jhey will make their home here if Miss Willey is successful in getting a teacher's position here. The Bodecker Motor Company has received another shipment of Chevro let cars and have plenty on hand for immediate delivery. People used to cuss the little car with .the French name, but they were the ) people who never drove them . It is the drivers who are for the Chevrolet. Better get one from this shipment. WHAT IS YOUR CHARACTER T FARM LOANS I - Get Our New Rates L." Prompt Inspection Quick Closing Moore S & Franklin Smith Building f Phone 102 afc j i : i ! 1 1 n j i iim rtmmin rumiiuj m iiirmi i u 1 1 1 in nnimm iiu i miimmrni nnimimnnrrniiin mi in i uin m i n u n in n i ii ii it i i i i ii u i m j m j m n nmn iihi i ttiima The most desirable of reputations are the easiest to lose. It requires years of correct living to build them up, and but an incautious moment to destroy them. Too many men seem to forget that they are judged not by what they really are, but by what they seem to be. Their i actions and their words are the only things that count. The little things of life are of vast importance. They indicate the character that lies beneath the pol ished surface, and, it is from them that the most lasting impressions are formed. . ' A' sanctimonious countenance is not indicative of a clean heart. It is a cloak under which many disrep utable deeds are performed. A cheery smile, a truthful tongue and an honest heart are all that any person requires. -. Character is built from these, and reputation is but the aftermath of character.' ' ' ' ' - . . BIG 4 MACHINE SHOR ALLEN & SON J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co. Line Tractors, Separators, Steam Engines The Samson Line Tractors, Trucks, Disc Harrows, Two, and Three Bottom Wheat Land Listers B. F. Avery & Son Plow Co. Line Champion Headers and Binders, Trac tor Plows, Tractor Disc Harrows, List ers and Plows, and "Farmers' Favorite" Grain Drills Matag Ruth Feeders and Hart B. & B. Weighers In Stock Threshermen's Supplies, All Kinds of Drive Belts and Belting, Steam and Tank Hose, Tank Pumps, Shelf Hardware, Auto Casings and Tubes and Light Accessories Kansas Gas & Petroleum Co. That Farmers Oil Company Record Motor, Tractor and Steam Cyl inder Oils, Cup and Axle Grease A Car Load In Stock Best Lubrication, Less Carbon and Greater Satisfaction. Sold on a positive guarantee. Reduces friction and saves repair bills. Machinists Cylinder Rcboring; Crank Shafts Made Round; Bronze Bushings; Pis ton Rings; all kinds of Machine work skillfully done. Repairmen Gas Engines; Tractors; Lag Pulleys. Blacksmith And all kinds of Wood Work; no job too small and none too large. Acetylene Welding; Expert Workmen. Write Us for estimates on any class of work. Prompt Service Always Prices Reasonable Best Machine Shop in South west Liberal, Kansas E. Adamsonof McPherson, Kansas, was in thie citythe first of the week looking after land Interests. Miss Mildred Fuller who has bee"n employed at the Summers Store for some time has resigned her position. . Mr. and Mrs. Rusell and son of Stratford, Texas, are visiting with Mi1, and Mrs. A. C. McGregor of near Liberal. Shorty Brannon, who has been working it the Rock Island Barber Shop for the past three years, Is bow working for W. W. Harrison at the Cozy Shop, and will be glad to meet his customers there. . 8t2p Dr. D. B. HARDY Graduate Veterinarian Phone 3405 Liberal, Kansas J. B. KELLY DENTIST Office in Tucker Building Phone 389 Dr. M. II. LEVI Physician-Surgeon Nose and Throat Specialist Eye, Ear LIBERAL, KANSAS MOLTHOP Pianos and Music New and Used Pianos, Shea Music, etc. AT MOLTHOP STUDIO ' 630 North Kansas LEO MONROE Tenor Teacher of Voice Studio 506 N. Sherman, Ph. 41 Dr. J. W. Messersmith Physician and Surgeon Special Attention Given to Obstetrics Calls Answered Day or Night - One of the best butter mak ers in the country now makes Sunflower Brand Butter. Jf you haven't tried it lately :::try:itn6w.:,:; Alwas Ask Your Grocer for.... d WW J .