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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT -
" Q 1 Kismet Klippings I. , . ' . - s 4 .1 J Dodge Brothers sedan The car's usefulness is admir ably in keeping with its innate goodness. In summer it protects you front beat; in winter it protects you from cold. Day in and day out It insures you against expensive upkeep and repair costs. Recent improvements have greatly increased its thmfiness and the trim beauty of its body lines. BURTON D. MANN Liberal, Kansas I Mrs. Tilly Neil of Dombey shopping in Liberal Monday. was H. Hobble heturned Monday from a business visit to Minneola. .-Frank Heir and V. V.1 Wilson of Gray were Liberal visitors Monday. F. A. Sable of Tyrone was a bus iness visitor here Monday Ohflrp practice has cu. oPP man a mani cKance io succeed Don't let the other fellow talk fou out of your crop money, t is the result of a whole year's hard work and as such should be carefully spent and carefully invested. . When you need any advice or counsel on financial matters, feel free to call upon any offi cer of this bank. This is a regular part of our service and is yours for the ask ing. Every branch of our bank is run for your personal conveni ence in banking. We solicit your account. C. M. Yocum and family visited relatives in Tyrone Sunday. Will Ollenberger of Gray, Okla homa waa a business visitor here Mo day. Wallace Wilson of Hooker was at tending to business interests here the first of the week. Mrs. C. E. Witter and daughter, Miss Thelma Wooten of Plains were shopping in Liberal Monday. The Citizens State Bank Liberal, Kantat Mrs .Forest Chamberlin went to Kismet Monday where she visited for several days with relatives. Mr. P. G. Ratzlaff and baby went to Hutchinson Monday where they they will visit friends and relatives for several days. Mrs. H. J. Immer returned to her home in Preston, Kans., Friday after visiting at the "home of her sister west of the City, Mrs J. M. Moon. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brisendine and children, were shopping and attend-1 ing to business interests here the lat- i. L - t At. - !. I ler purl, ui uiu ween Mr. and Mrs L. Jackson and sons Donald add Eugene are expected this week from Loveland, Colo., and will visit at the Pennington home and wit their daughter Miss Mary Jackson. Ferris Skeen was up from Gray the first of the week doing some trading and visiting friends. Mrs. A. E. Blankenshgp left Monday for Enid, Oklahoma, where she will visit for several days with relatives. E. L. Green of Boyd, Oklahoma left Monday for Omaha, Nebraska, where he will visit relatives for several weeks. F. F. Maxwell and family left Tues day morning for their home in Alva, Oklahoma after visiting at the home of R. B. Ravenscroft Mrs. Maxwell is a sister of Mrs. Ravenscroft. UI ACT KELATINQ TO COMPENSA TION KOIt VKI'URANS OF THB WORLD WAR. (Chapter 255. Laws of 1911.) B it enacted By th Legislature the Stale of Kaniat : Section 1. Tlierfc shall be submitted to a vote of the electors of this state at the feiieial election to be held In the year 2J the following act, which shall appear upon the ballot as ''An act relatinc to compensation tor veterans of the World War" ; and the vote for and against such proposition shall be taken as provided by "An A"6t relating; to compensation for veterans of the World War. bu th Lcgflalurt- o tat "Be it euacfrd bu ( Statt o Kansas : Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Featheringill left Monday for their home in Terre Haute, Indiana after visiting at the home of Mrs. FeatheringiU's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Farrell, and sister, Mrs. J. S. Miller. Miss Lottie Jenkins who has been on an extended visit in Denver and Wyoming stopped here Sriday for a short visit with Mrs. Nora Thomas before returning to her home in Georgetown, Indiana. Mrs E. L. Wilgus and children who have been visiting with relatives near Floris returned Friday to their home in Pratt, Miss Fay Hutchins, niece of" Mrs. Wilful accompanied her Section 1. The State of Kansas ac knowledges its Indebtedness to, and prom ises to pay to each person, who waa a resident of the state of Kansas at the time of his entering the service, and who served In the World War in any branch of the army, navy or marine corps of the united States prior to November 11. 1918, and who was honorably discharged therefrom, the sum of one dollar per day tor each day of his or her entire service, which compensation shall be in addition to all Say tend allowances made by the United tales government. "Siso. I. The governor, secretary of state, and state auditor are hereby author ized and directed to issue bonds of the State of Kansas In a Hum not exceeding twenty-five million dollars to provide funds for the ournose seta out in section 1 hereof: Provided, That 'such bonds may he Issued In Installments from time to time in such' amounts and upon such terms as may be nei:fHary tu meet the payments of comp.-nHatlon as the same are allowed ; such bonds shall bear Inter est not to exceed 6 1-2 per cent; such Otitis or the portion thereof at any time issued shall be made payable at the fiscal airenrv nf the slate nf Kaunas in twenty- Bve equal annual Installments, the first of wnicn shall be payable one year rrom tne date of Issue, and the last of which shall he payable twenty-six years from the date or iHsue, ana which bonds snail oe sold to the highest bidder and for not leas than par. "Sao. t. There la hereby levied upon all the taxable property of the state of Kansas an annual tax sufficient to pay the Interest upoa such bonds and the Srlncipal thereof as they may become ue; and the proceeds of such taxes are hereby appropriated to the payment of such principal and Interest. "Sao. . There Is hereby created board consisting of the state officer named In section 1 hereof, and the ad- Jutant general of the atate, who are here y charged with the administration of thla law, and who shall, within thirty dava after the taking effect of this act. Ruin, establish and publish rules and regula tions providing for the proof of claims under this act, and for the method of pay ment of the same; and they are hereby authorised In the general administration of this law, to establish other rules and regulations. T'Bsc. 5. Thla act shall take effect and be In force from and after Its publication In the official stat paper." k Baa t. This act shall lake effect and bo In force from and after lis publlcalloa la the statute a. ' ' H. S. Mooney and family went to Meade Tuesday to take in the fair and ball game, as Kismet plays. They took some of the players with them. Mrs. Ontjes, mother of Mrs. Ralp Rinehart, from southeast of town, is reported dead at her home near Den ver, Colorado. A mesage 'came Sun day to Ralph Rinehart to come. The Ontjes lived for several years near Kismet, previous ui meir movn to Denver. Cleno Ormentrout of Copeland was In Kismet and vicinity Thursday shak ing hands with old friends and rela t'ves as well as looking after business Irterests. Chas. P. Cook returned Morday eve from a trip to Hutchinson when he bra been visiting his sisters. Mrs It. S. Mooney helped with the regular, house cleaning at the A. C Jones home Thursday and Friday. Shorty Reynolds came In from Vid Okla. last week with a car load of real nice peaches. He sold most of them to individuals in town for can- A. M. -lilliatt and family, Wm. Weide and family, L, E. Warden and family, C. M. Bible and family, Mr. Brown and family and Mrs. Mary El liott were picnicing at the Stout grove Sunday. The day was spent with! amusements of various kinds. A big basket dinner spread on the grounds was one main attraction. Ail report a splendid time. , Mrs. S. Knowles Is helping Mrs. A. E. Ketterman through threshing Several of the KIsmetites drove to Montezuma Sunday to the ball game, and report a very good game. Miss Marie Brown and brother Ray and Bertha Kiddoo went to Liber al Friday afternoon. Mrs. D. W. Kerr is visiting at the home of Mrs. C. E. Watkins for a few days Mr. Kerr is Express Messen ger on Nos. Sll and 812. Floyd Massonl and Ferris Kiddoo went to Liberal Monday after a Rum ley Oil Pull. They have recently bough from there. Mrs. Louise Nelson is acting as Post Mistress during the absence of Mrs. S. R. Slavens. Mrs J. W. Pinkerton is helping with' the house work for a few days at the J. V. Brown homa. Edgar Thompson and family retur- ned Friday from a short visit at Pratt' with relatives and friends j George Beale and family left Friday n orning for a few days trip through parts of Colorado. Henry Dufield and B. B. Martin made a business trip to Satanta Tues day looking up land for trade. Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Moody of Cope land were visiting in Kismet Thursday of last week. . J. V. Brown and family and Mr and Mrs A. C. Jones were Plaines visitors Wednesday evening. Mrs E. L. Huddleston and sons Geo. and Jack from Wiley Colo, came Tur. evening for a short visit with relatives also to look after land interests in and around Kismet H. D. Massonl made a business trip to Liberal Thursday. Also caled on one of the local physicians for consul tation. Mr. Massonl has been ailing for some time. Mrs. Ed Reece and daughter Ber- nice and Ruth left Saturday for their new home at Groveland,- Kans. Mr. Reece has been working for the Rock Island, as pumper for several months. The girls will probably attend high school at McPherson or maybe Inman. H. L. Olds and wife of Plains were Kismet visitors Saturday. Nova Moody helped A. C. Jones with some odd jobs of work last week. John Bruner made a business trip to Liberal Tuesday. J. V. Brown and family were call ing at the H. D. Masoni h(ome Satur day evening. F. T. St. Aubyn and family and Bob Evans and family of Liberal were picnicing at Spring Creek Sunday. Miss Marie Brown and brother Ray also Nova Moody were Liberal visitors Tuesday afternoon. H. D. Massoni has been on the sick list for several cays and there seems Ittle improvement so far. He was to go to Liberal Monday to see a doctor. P. C. Wend il h?.s recently move'l to the Base farm r.orth atd west of the farm n which he l.as lived for the past few years. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Jones were din ner guests at the H D. Massonl home after which the Jones' and Mr . and Mrs. Massoni drove to Meade. "Bob" Grandi and family and Carl Grand! and family of the Grandi Bros. Stock company were calling at the H. D. Massonl home Sunday afternoon. This company plays Meade this week. Mrs. E. A. Myers our telephone operator was granted a few days va cation this last week which she has en joyed very much while not getting the full weeks vacation on account of no for the board. Mrs Myers went back to work earlier than anticipated and hopes to. get a few more days soon. While off she visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Me Vey south of town. Guaranteed to Give . You Satisfaction Mason Heavy Duty Cord Made in Non-Skid Only Oversize Size Style Price 30x3V2 Clincher $13.95 30x3ya S.S.only 15.80 32x3V2 S. S. only 19.35 31x4 S. S. only 23.10 32x4 S. S. only. . . 24.50 33x4 S. S. only 24.70 34x4 S. S.only 25.35 32x4 V2 S. S. only .. 30.75 33x4V2 S. S. only 31.55 34x42 Q.D,andS. S 32.40 35x412 S. S. only........... 33.20 36x4i2 Q. D. and S. S 33.95 33x5 S. S. only 38.95 35x5 Q. D. and S. 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