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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
The Lions Club That some one had been to the con vention at Hot Springs and absorbed some of the pep was very evident at the regular meeting of the Lions Club at the Grier Monday noon. The meet ing pushed off with a bang and every one took part in the songs and yells, except those who were too late to get in on the big fun. After roll call and the reading of the minutes the report of the enter tainment and park v committees were heard. The chairman of the ' park committee' called a meeting of the members to look into some matters pertaining to the upkeep of the park. The trees have, been neglected lately 'and the park committee was to in vestigate the matter. Cub Fellette has been away from the city several weeks and was asked to talk about some of the things of interest that he had seen while away. STUDEBAKER CAR $115.00 CASH Griffith & Baughman Ask Griffith R. L. Logue of the Liberal Warehouse Storage & Transfer, Company was present and made a short talk.' Mr. Logue is from Hutchinson, and Is a real live town booster. The lions are in after the base ball pennant of the city league and are going to give someone a good race for the championship. practice was called for Tuesday evening. k All members are urged to be present. .. .Motion to adjourn carried. ' a MMMVMM, , REVIVAL CLOSED AT BALKS The Morton Sisters, evangelists, closed a very successful four weeks revival at Balks, Oklahoma, a weeks ago Sunday night ' The ladies used a tabernacle borrowed from .Blue Mound, and by their clear and force ful sermons succeeded in securing more than 120 conversions, besides others who made the start over. Peo ple of the neighborhood speak highly of thie Misses Morton, and indorse their work for the cause. . They will begin a series at Spear man on July 15, to close for the open, ing of a series at Range, Oklahoma, August 1st Land Paid For Wheat Did It But who has the title to the land, do you? No I am just a tenant paying one-third grain rent delivered in the elevator, the owner paid for the land out of the rent. Above is the substance of daily conversations in my office. Are you interested in a quarter section of wheat land two miles from a townsite on the New Santa Fe which will make you a land-owner instead of a land-renter, a Landlord instead of a tenant Soil just right, well on adjoining farm less than 100 feet. Terms better than cash. Price $25. per acre, $1,000. in thirty days, Balance three annual payments 7 per cent. Want to see it? Write, phone or see JOHN W. BAUGHMAN Ask for Cooper. METHODIST MISSIONS . -The Womani' Home Missionary Society will meet at 2 :30 Wednesday 19 th in the Social room of the church. PROGRAM General Theme My Country, 'Tls of Thee.' . ' , Mrs. Carson. Devotional God in Our Midst, Business. Two Minute Talks. Secret Evangelism Mrs. Buck land. Secret Christian Stewardship Mrs. Scandrett. ' 1 Secret Children's Work Mrs. W. J.Smith. ' Roll Call Facts on Immigration. Solo America for Me, Ruth Cure. Reading A Little True American, Mrs. Franklin. Enigmas. Let every member of the Home Missionary , Society come, bring a friend and enjoy the patriotic pro gram and help give the years work a good start Blue Bell Items Harvest is almost over in this neighborhood and many are listing for wheat. Miss Violet Autrim returned home Monday from Plains where she had been visiting some time. Walt Fincher and family and Leo Hall and wife ofForgan visited with Mrs. Alice Fincher Sunday afternoon. Raymond Ooley and wife visited Jess Ponting and family Sunday. . Wilburn Risley, wife and Miss Grace Perry are in Kansas City vis iting relatives. They are expected home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burwick, Mr. and Mrs: John Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wood wereSunday guests of J. C. Wood and family. Harry Monroe, wife and son visit ed relatives, in the Valley Center nighborhood last Sunday. This community was visited with a good rain Tuesday July 11th. When you think of insurance of any kind you are thinking of Griffith ty of prompt and efficienHnsurance & Baughman's office where a special service is rendered. Try their phone No. 121. Announcement! We have purchased the elevator and business of the Bolin-Hall Grain Company in Liberal and have taken over the business. We are in the market for your grain and will give you the best possible price and careful, courteous ser vice.: - ! "mu We are here to serve the community in the matter of marketing grain and it will be a pleasure to render any service possible. Bring Us Your Grain and See How Well We Will Treat You , As our namei mplies we are a home concern and , are interested with you in the progress of the comrau nity, and will endeavor to merit, your favors. THE HOME ELEVATOR GO. C. N. BIDWELL, Manager. v A Lovely Display of Wash Dresses Wash dresses are so fresh and clean looking, cool and youthful, one should have a good supply and no time should be better than this for getting them. These dresses are not the kind ordinarily offered at such low prices, in fact, you will be surprised at their individual style, up-to-date cut and colorings. Specially priced this week to move immediately Jl to $&H FRANK G. BOLES Dry Goods, Furnishings and Shoes m.rr . nKij-irawirnn lira FIRE INSURANCE CHECK Herman E. Drum of Topeka, rep resenting the Twin City Fire Insur ance Company was here yesterday to make some adjustments and look af ter the interests of his company countv irenerallv. While here, Mr. Drum, and CHas. Ellsaesser.Iocal rep resentative, drove to the Ed. Tynan farm southeast of the city to make an adjustment or Jus lire loss. Hire com pletely destroyed his fine twelve room house last week, also his light plan and all the contents of the house. There was little adjustment to be made and he was given a check for 6182.50. Loans on City properties in Liber al, whether modern or not, are being closed promptly by Griffith & Baugn man. Archer Items We can't tell to the words of a poet How our little town does grow, Neither can any borrowed verse do it, But we feel we've the right to crow. So, in simple words our town we'll boost. And let you know we're on the top roost. -' Nnur what vou s&v we don't give a raD For Archers THE town on the K. & O. Map Hauling and shipping wheat is the principal business of the hour. The The Wheaton Grain Company is kept busy from early morning until dark in the evening loading cars from the trucks 4 wagons, that are bringing the wheat to this place. The company is glad to do it and glad to pay the beat eriee the market wiU allow. "A Square Deal" is the motto f the firm. It is planned to have the levator ready to receive the grain by next Monday, The farmers of this vicinity , are well pleased with the crop conditions here this spring. Some of the wheat that is being brot here is coming from fields yielding from 25 to 80 bushels per acre. The row crops are growing beautifully and the farmers are beginning to look hopefully for ward to the near future when they can buy and sell with some assurance that they had before war conditions played such havoc with their inter ests. ' . - - "' 1 $250.00 Decline on International Tractor 15-30 Gear drive, all inclosed, All-Might Oil ers. 1 . This is where you cannot afford to pass up if you need a tractor now. It has all the features that other tractors have and many features they haven't. as miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM Mrs. John Carmon and children, who have for the last two months been residents of this place, returned to their former oe hi Texas, this week. Mr. Carmon who is helping in the Kriehla and Hays harvest will re main fov soma time. Wayne Spencer and family who have been away a few weeks putting in a crop on a farm a few miles east of here, are returning to their home in Archer this week. Dick Love and Mr. Compton, for merly of Liberal, were business visi tors in Archer Tuesday. Mrs. Thomas and children of this place -visited at the home of Elliot Skinner last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pennington and Mr. and Mrs. John King of Liberal visited friends In Archer Friday eve ning. Mrs, Pennington's mother from Hutchinson, acompanied them. A Urge crowd gathered last Tues day evening on the Bethel Church, graund to hear a radie eoaeert an nounced to be given by the Tucker Electric Company of . Liberal. For some unknown reason the radio man did not come. Rev. Pennington of Liberal was asked to speak to the people so that they might not be dis appointed. His address was a splen did one and appreciated by all pres ent , Grandpa Heath desires to give an ice cream social to all friends at the beginning of his seventy-ninth year. The social will be given on the Archer . Grocery lawn, Friday, the 14th, at eoght o'clock P. M. All who care to- come are cordially invited.