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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
E J. A. Brooks of the Brooks Land & Auto Company made a business trip to Satanta Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. Huff and son of Perry ton were in the city Wednesday, shop ping and visiting friends. ' Mrs. R. L. Sharpe, and sister Miss Buth Printz, went to Hayne Wednes day for several days visit with their sister, Mrs. Albert Augerot . Mr. William Looper 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. Chas. Molter and daughter Mary drove a new Overland Sedan from Wichita Tuesday. Little Grace Light, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Light, h,ad her tonsils removed at a local hospital Tuesday. Grant County Quarter $3500 Terms on $2000 Half mile from new townsite, 11 miles northwest of Satanta, fine, level land. Let's go see lit. Griffith & Baughman ASK GRIFFITH, Phone 121. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Iaas, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fugerson left Tuesday for a few days visit with relatives at Great Bend. 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. 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 burial. 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 miiiiniiiMM Headquarters, for Thresher Supplies Good stock of.Belting, Chains, Flues, Feeders and Extensions, Weighers, Packing, Lace Leather, Steam Guages, Injectors, Oilers and Belt Dressing and all other supplies for the Thresh- erman. Everything Standard Quality We want your business and will strive to meet your requirements both as to goods and service. Graber supply Co. South of Rock' Island Tracks Liberal, - - Kansas EPWORTH LEAGUE NOTES 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.. " - j Next Sunday, "Hank" Highland will be the leader and the) 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. Attention Epworthians All Epworthians are wanted to jain the Ep worth League Hobo-line, Fridav evening at the Methodist Play Ground. Come out and have a good time. - CAUGHT HAND IN COMBINE Mr. Ravmond Rhodas. who has been working on a farm near Tyrone had the misfortune of catching Ma len hand in a combine, Tuesday, and crushing it so badly that it had to be amputated. The right hand, also had Mveral bones broken. Mr. Rhodas is in a local hospital and is reported as doing nicely at this time. Roy Thorpe made a business trip to Tyrone Wednesday. T XT Vllavaui rtt MM ttlifl fiitV underwent an operation at a local hos pital Monday. He is reported as get ting along nicely. I Little Georee Gray returned from. Marion, Kansas, the first of the week week where he has been visiting 1 relatives for some time. m. ova fhinLfrltf ttVitr VfiUT iltir.it vu insurance policies to know if you are niAtantd nni whotlw.r nr not U..J V . - I they are properly written, you shi u.d talk with Umlith & uaugnman " make a specialty of 'efficient ins.ir-j knee service. aDnnimnttitDunimmBmmtimnnimiDnnm&mmnnm For Economical Transportation Use a ' - The world's lowest priced fully equipped high grade three speed automobile on the market. "Over 800,000 Chevrolets have been built, sold and in actual service. , ' ' '.''; - The new improved Chevrolet has many improvements over -previous models; with the amazing price of $630.00 delivered at your door. If you are in the market for a Truck don't lover-look the , Chevrolet, now on display. We will convince you by demon straton at any tme. BODECKER MOTOR GO. lusmnntn winraitmuiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiioi iniiiiiiiiiininiiniminiiimi Liberal, Kansas, 32 South Prospect, June 21, 1922 Farmers Alliance Inc. Co., ' McPherson, Kansas. Dear Sir: - This is to acknowledge receipt of your draft or $1935.65, which U full face value of our police. We certainly appreciate the prompt attention and liberal adjustment of our claim. The draft was re ceived just two weeks from the date the bran was destroyed by lightining. Yours respectfully, J. D. HILL We are agents for the Farmers Alliance Insurance Company, and will appreciate youd business. If you want real protection, call or phone J. A. BROOKS LAND & AUTO CO. Phone 130. Liberal, Kan. 1 LIBERAL MAN IN TRAIN WRECK W. EL. Dungan of 720 N. Pennsyl vania Ave., returned Saturday night from a visit with relatives in Harris berg, Illinois.. The Rock Island train he was on wrecked about sixty miles south west of St.. Louis Friday night at 11:30. Two coaches of the train, cne on which he was a pasenger were badly wrecked, but fortunately, no one was injured. Mr. Dungan says that he was on the same train coming out of St Louis about 17 years ago, when it was wrecked within ten miles of the place the wreck ocured last week. He says that he has been in four train wrecks and has never received the slightest injury in any of them. RURAL TEACHERS OF SEWARD FOR 1922 mniinimiMmnmmiunmttinniiinirnLi:muiitnniiii:uiiMiiinm:iniimmnmuimiuiiiiinmuiij At Our Fountain We are honest in our opinion that this is the best place In Liberal to cool yourself. At our fountain you receive the best in whatever you desire in cold drinks and ice. cream dishes. All of our products are pure and sanitary. Our building is always x cool and you are assured prompt and courteous service. Come Here for a Relaxation and a Good Cool Refreshing Drink SvS. Bakery W. E. STALLARD, Prop. j Liberal,, Kans. " The following is an incomplete list of the Rural Teachers of Seward Coun ty that have been ' employed for th ensuing year: 1. Bertha Kiddi Kismet 2. Mrs. Gerty V. Beard Kismet 4. Miss Alice Beck, Wichita. . " George Lee Liberal 5. Miss Nora May Morris Liberal. 7. Miss Pauline Hancock Liberal 8. Miss Opal Creeden Liberal 9. Miss Ambrosia White Hayne. 10. Leo F. Akers Liberal Corinne F. Akers Liberal. 11. Mrs. Mary Lee Burgoon Liber al. 12. Mrs. Dell WillsPlains. 13. Miss Lois Station Minneola. 14. Miss Gertrude Mahan Liberal. 16. Miss Esther VanMeter Sub lette. ! 17. Miss Frances Morrow Liberal. 19. Miss Ruth Hobson, Liberal. i 20. Miss Roma Brown Liberal. Miss Sarah Snow. 21. L. C. Mclver Hutchinson. - j 22. Miss Rachel Hart Liberal. Miss Lois Gilbert 23. Glenn Durflinger Burrton. 24. Miss Hattie Mardis Preston. 25. Miss Effie White Hayne. 26. Mrs. Earl Graham Liberal. ; 27. Miss Nora Thomas Liberal 28. Miss Alta Houston Potwin. j 29. Miss Dora Dettmer Liberal. j WORK PROGRESSING ' ON SANTA FE BRANCH Davis Barber Shop Iimmiwniiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii"ii"ii!fflii iiiumiui Where you can save 20 per cent on your Barber work We invite the ladies and children to our shop for Hair Cuts, Shampooing and Massages AH we ask is a trial to prove the quality of our work Roy E. Davis Prop. . 7 ilUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUH W T-i.il , i Live Don't merely exist. There is no better time than now to install bath room heating fixtures and be gin to enjoy living. There is nothing that adds to pleasure in the home more than a well equip ped kitchen and a heating plant. . . . Call on us for suggstions and estimates. We will -be glad to serve you. Malone & Company The New branch out of Santa Fe i-i daily pushing farther westward to wards Ulysses; although progress is not as rapid as was expected. ' At pres ent approximately sixteen miles of track have been layed, nearly three quarters' of the distance between Sa tanta and Uulsses being covered. The grade is completed all the way between the towns with the exception of a few finishing touches to fill in the Lakin draw. It is estimated that the track will be layed up to the location for the bridge before the end of next week and then a two weks delay for the track laying gang while thje bridge is under construction. After the bridge is finished it will be almost no time before trains will run into Ulysses. From seventy five to a hundred men are employed on the tracklaying gang at present mostly, Mexicans and Ne groes. Satanta Chief. Born to Mr. and' Mrs. F. F Garner of this city, an eight pound girl, Sat urday, July the 8th. HinnnnniiiiM IMttiluUlliiitiH! MR. DUPRAY OPENS NEW DENTAL OFFICE I ; . ' i Dr. W. E. DuPray, dentist and specialist in dental surgery, extraction and diseases of the mouth, has opened an office to general practice in the Peoples State Bank Building. Dr. Du- ' Pray comes from Kansas City, where he has practised the past six . years, and is well recommended as a den- , tist and a gentleman. . I ' LIBERAL DECORATING COMPANY MOVED i Mrs. Mary Brier of Tyrone under went an operation at a local hospital the first of the week. I J. Potter of the Liberal Decorat ing Company has moved his - office ' from the Stamper block to his resi dence en North Lincolu Avenue, and will conduct his business there in the future. - v 1 . -r : e Dr. Lee of Guymon was in the city the first of the week on business. Mrs. Cochran and children of Kaw City arrived in the city the first of the week to make their home here. HOME ELEVATOR BUYING GRAIN " j. a. jjiaweu nas oeen seieciea as , manager of the new Liberal '." grain firm. TVi Hnm lSlvtor Comnanv. and they have been buying the past ' two weeks. . The company is compos ed of some of the most prominent farmers of the community, all of them ' limine Yif wliAaf Vfllun i The Home Elevator Company will be incorporated for $12,000. , They . have made application for their char- fa. anA AwHn..tAii wll . w nu v.goiiuiiMUU T. Ill m CVU1- nlete in a lew rtavs. Thev )im mi. chased the Bolin-Hall Grain Company here. Mr. Bidwell, the new manager, -has had several years experience in x VliU 1 UU UUOUIOOO CUUU WV VIUJl j uoir . 1v finHMrutfA nmimjimiii hnatnaA. Read their anouncement in this issue . Rev. George Schneider of Pratt was . fat the e.itv Monday, vial tin with Fa ther Cryne of the Mercy Hospital . ' You Will Find Jt In the Want Column. ' MimK.:.Muxuil.i:.'Ji:.la.