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HUDSON ANNOUNCES NEW SUPER-SIX SEDAN . , Body Loafer, of Alnminam Through out! Lew Price U Sarprb To Trail A new seven passenger Sedan, con. tabling all the recent Hudson fan. provements of body and motor de sign', including the new Super-Six motor, and several additional new features, is announced by the Hudson Motor Car Company. Dealers in practically all pars of the country are already displaying it The new Se dan la being produced in strict con- formlty with Hudson details of fine manufacturing precision. Its price la $2295, f. o. b. Detroit Wear PAIR OF HEW OVERALLS'-WORK PANTP J. B. KELLY DENTIST Office in Tucker Building Phone 389 Harry G. Armstrong Frve Years Bonded Abstracter AH Kind of Insurance Written Fone 89 Court House Liberal Ambulance "CDS C S. A. MILLER, . R. M. MEYER. Several changes have been made in the body aa compared with the previous sedan, according to M. C Mann of the Mann Auto Co., local Hudson-Essex dealer. The new model ia three inches longer, is low er and of lighter weight Both front and rear seats are wider. All body panels are aluminum. The increased length has been given to both the front and rear compart mens, especially between the rear and auxiliary seats. Additional space has been given the driver, and the front seat, designed along the general lines of the touring limousine, makes the driver's position even more rest ful ihan heretofore. The contour of all other seats has likewise been changed to afford greater comfort The rear seat is deeper. Even better ventilation than on previous models is provided for by a larger crowl ventilator, equiped with a deflector The rear window glass is also larger. The triangular panes of glass which form part of the wind shield add to the distinctiveness and, together with the wider door glasses, afford the driver a greater range of vision. .The new sedan is of high quality construction throughout Upholstery and. floor rugs are of a deep blue, the former being a long wearing broadcloth. Interior accessories in clude rear quarter shades, dome light with switch so located that it may be reached equally well from the front or rear compartment, smok ing set, rear vision mirror and other similar improvements. All '. doors have the regulation Hudson substan tial four hinge supports, insuring perfect alignment Entrance to and exit from the rear are facilitated by wider doors, which also open wider. Drum type side lamps at the base of the windshield are standard equip ment. Body and body panels are finished in Valentine blue. Chassis parts are black. VISITORS SWAMP J A NEW OIL CITY Land Three Quarter of Mile From Well Brings $2,000 Acre More. . Rift Have Been Ordered. Kosse, Tex., Aug. 21 With 10,000 viators seeking a place to sleep after thronging the streets of this new oil field center, Kosse resembles a email boy wth his daddy's big boots on, aa one of the old timers put It The Humphrey-Jones gusher, which unexpectedly came in Friday morning was brought under control late Sat urday after 29 hours of untamed flowing over the derrick, and con servative estimates place the produc tion at 15,000 barrels, with some es timates running as high as 20,000. , The price of leases shot upward to- 1 day. Some acreage three-fourths of a mile from the Pioneer well brought ; $2,000 an acre. More rigs have been ordered. New locations will be made this week. Eosse is realizing it's entirely too' small. The community has been get ting along with cisterns and wells for its water. Three thousand automo biles brought many new citizens to the little town and sanitary condi tions will be the first consideration of commercial organizations when they take up their problems, e "Rite It With Ray" GOVERNMENT NEEDS orrrNTDiirTirM AinreJ FARM LOANS Get Our New Rates ' ' Prompt Inspection Quick Closing Moore & Franklin Smith Building aBjifflmmojuuniinmiimmiQnmTnnvnnni Phone 102 Washington, D. G, August 23, 1922. The United States Civil Ser vice Commissioner states that there Is urgent need at the hospitals of the Veteran's Bureau for reconstruction , aides and assistants In occupational! therapy and physiotheraphy in con- nection with the rehabilitation of dis- 1 abled soldiers, sailors, and marines. The Commission will receive applica tion for these positions until further notice. Both men and women are admitted to examinations. Appli cants are not required to report for a written examination, but are rated upon the subjects of education, train ings experience, and physical ability. Full information concerning sal aries and requirements, and applica tion blanks, may be secured from the United States Civil Service Commis sion, Washington, D. C. or the board of civil service examiners at the post office or customhouse in any city. Buy your Chautauqua Tickets at the Democrat office Now! I 3 o)n r LyiL I will sell at public auction at my farm, 13 miles north and V miles west of Liberal, beginning at 2 o'clock, on Thursday, August 31st the following described property: 9 Head of Horses 2 black 10 year old mare mules, weight 1100 each. 2 brown 7 yr. old horse and mare mules, wf. 900 each. 1 bay 6 year old horse mule, -wt. 900. 1 brown 6 year old horse mule, wt. 900. ' 1 iron gray 4 year old mare, wt. 900. 2 black 4 and 8 year old horses, Wt. 1000 each. Cattle and Hogs 4 red cows, branded X on left hip 2 calves, heifers coming 2 yr. old 1 sow, wt. 350. 1 Ford Touring car. Implements, Etc. 1 McGormick header. 2 cultivators. 1 hay rake. 2 3Y2 Studebaker wagons. 2 wagon tanks, 12 and 16 bbl. 60 ft. 2-inch pipe. 175 ft. 34-inch pipe. I set of trucks. 1 Sharpies No. 4 cream separator 1 Waterloo Gasoline Engine and pump jack. 1 power washer. 1 two-section harrow. 1 disc harrow. 1 shovel cultivator. 2 sets of good leather harness. 1 saddle. 4 chicken houses. 21 -row Binders. 1 1 -row Lister. " t A. 9 Early Fall Term Opening Dates August 28th Regular Fall Term Opening Dates September 4th 11th and 18th Our New College Home The only Business College in Kansas, Colorado and Oklahoma that planned, built and owns its building. GO TO COLLEGE Attend an Accredited School Over 25,000 former graduates. 38th year. Coarse of study ap proved by United States Bureau of Education. Advantages of Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. College activities of all kinds, including Athlet icsOrchestras, Glee Clubs, Quartets, etc. Good places to board and room. Free employment department every graduate placed in a good position. Highest endorsements from Leading Business men, U. S. Senators, Bank Presidents, Court Reporters, Judges and other men of distinction and discrimination. By eliminating expensive literature employing no agents, owning our own building with no rent to pay, we are able to offer the lowest tuition of any school in the state. Write direct to the College for free cata log and literature The Salt City Business College Hutchinson, Kansas The Salt City Butineia College, Hutchinson, Kansas Hour of Decision" and full Information. Hour of Devision" and full information. Signed . Address MemHMMIMIIIl WOODMEN ACTIVE The local M. W. XTLodge is reviv ing some the past two or three weeks. They have been holding their regular meetings each Thursday evening all summer, but the meetings the past three weeks have been of added in terest. They have received 83 candi dates since the first of August, and they are planning to have a class of 100 some time this fan. 6. 1). Evans District Deputy, of Dodge City, has been here assisting in the work. ' COUNTIES HASTEN TO OBTAIN SPACE FOR WHEAT SHOW TERMS: A credit of 6 months time will be given, purchaser to give approved security, at 10 per cent from date of sale. Sums of $10 and under, cash in hand; 5 per cent discount on sums over $10. Q. P. HOLLAND, Owner R. W. DICKERSON, Auctioneer. C. E. WOODS, Clerk More Entries Now Than Year Ago With Show Weeks Off EXHIBITORS SCATTERED There are already more counties signed up to exhibit their soil pro ducts at the International Wheat and Farm Products Exposition, to be held in Wichita September 25 to October 7, than there were entered two weeks before the show opened last year. Although the exposition is still several weeks off yet, many agents have al ready begun assembling their ex hibits. The applications for exhibitors' space have come from widoly diver gent points points in the state, and from the extreme East and West. This seems to indicate that the soil products of the state will be well ex hibited. This Interest is probably due to the fact that the management is trying to make this year's Interna tional Wheat and Farm Products Ex position more distinctly agricultural than ever before. At the rate that entries are being made, it would seem that every county in Kansas will have entered by the time the show is for mally opened. County agents from every part of the S W have infomed Horace S Ensign, manager that they wish to cooperate with him in every, way that they ean. Many have promised blm Exhibits that will surpass anything that has ever appeared within the walls of the Wheat Show in the past D. G Mahappy who has been vis iting here at the home of his daughter Mrs. P. E. Ravenscroft returned to his home in Goltry, Oklahoma, Mon day. Mrs. Ravenscroft accompanied him home for a few days visit Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Eendell and son Melvin, who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Kendell's sister, Mrs. Minnie Broadfoot, left Saturday for Bloom, Kansas, where they will visit other relatives before returning to their home In St John. Miss Nel lie Dowdy and little nephew, Taylor Broadfoot accompanied them to Bloom for a short visit John Deere Wheat Ground Listers Ridge Busters Disc Harrows Tandem Disc Harrow in both Horse Drawn and Engine Hitch SCANDRETT & FUEST Need Money? We Have It! We want some good Oklahoma and Kansas Farm Loans Inspection every week. See Us RINEY & NEWBY Zltlzens Bank Building Liberal, Kansas apffiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiM and barring, estopping, foreclosing and pntniTwnj- vou from thereafter setting up or asserting any right, title or interest, in and to said lease or any part thereof, and quieting and confirming plaint'ff's title there to, and removing the cloud thereon, and adjudging that said lease be ... . i forfeited ana cancelled oi recoru. GIVEN under my hand at Liberal, Kansas, this 8rd day of August, 1922. H. W. LANE, (Seal) Clerk, District Court, (First Published August 10, 1922) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT State of Kansas, Seward County ,ss: In the matter of the estate of Steward Hulls late of Seward Coun ty. Kansas. Notice is hereby given that on the 9th dav of August, A. D. 1922, the undersigned was, by the Probate Court of Seward County Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Ad ministratrix of the estate of Steward Hull, late of Seward County, do ccftsod All parties interested will take not ice and govern themselves according ly ELIZABETH H. KOOS, Administratrix. (First Published August 10, 1922) PUBLICATION SUMMONS State of Kansas, TO: THE TRADERS OIL CORPORA TION, A corporation, and its Successors or assigns, if any: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that you have been sued in the Dis trict Court of Seward County, Kan sas, in an action wherein J. C. Brown is plaintiff and you are defendant, and that you must answer the peti tion filed by plaintiff on or before September 21, 1922, or said petition vill be taken as true, and judgment will be rendered against yon, cancell ing an oil and gas lease on the ; East Half (EH) of Section Nine , (9), In Township Thirty-five (85), & Range Thirty-four (24), Seward County, Kansas, (First Published August 17th. 1922) PUBLICATION SUMMONS State of Kansas, ' County of Seward, as: The State of Kansas to Clarene) Canon, Greeting: You are hereby notified that yotf have been sued in the District Court of Seward County, Kansas, in aa action tnerein pending wnercm uuzaDetn uanon is piainiur ana yon are defendant and that unless yoa answer the petition of plaintiff there in filed on or before the 2nd day of October, 1922, said petition will be taken as true and judgment will ac cordingly be rendered granting to plaintiff an absolute decree of di vorce from you on the grounds of gross nelgect of duty and granting to nlalntiff tha nemanent ear and ne nfv fkt a nfaA finl A-rft YlteA Fay Canon. H. W. LANK (seal) Clerk District Court EUGENE W. DAVIS,