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HIE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
FRIENDSHIP ' I Friendship has- no existence except upon the higher plane of living:. Friendship on a basei level is but a counterfeit, and bears fruit according to its - kind. ' . , . Friendship that will stand the crucial test is constructive - in the sense that it brings out the best elements in Human character. It builds up the in. dividual; it builds up society; it builds up God's kingdom on earth. '- Let these thoughts serve as high lights to guide my hand, should . I ever attempt - to . write more at length. Till the spirit calls me to that larger effort I shall be found meditat ing upon the vitality of the subject as applied to the af fairs of man in any station, and in every clime. Melvin Wheeler. . LEO MONROE Tenor Teacher of .Voice Studio 506 N. Sherman, Ph. 41 Stevens Co. Items We were sorry . to hear of the death of Earl DeCamp, which occur red Tuesday, September 12. Inter ment was made in the Zion cemetery Sept. 13. , V Pr. McCloud and wife called at the Tom Wright home Wednesday, and reports that their son's broken leg is getting along nicely. Mrs. 0. E, Levey has been help ing Mrs. Frank Levy cook for broom corn hands. Mrs. Levy has been on the sick list. Theodore and Jessie Hess are as sisting Mr. Wright with his broom corn. They expect to get through tnis week. Mrs. Marion Stoops, Mrs. 0. E Levy and Mrs. Eugene Mills and baby, called at the Frank Levy home Tuesday. C. H. JUNO Vulcanizing and Repairing With the Brooks Auto Co. Phone 130 N. Kara. Ave MOLTHOP , Pianos and Music " - . New and- Used Pianos, Sheet Music, ete. AT MOLTHOP STUDIO ' 830 North Kansas LET US HELP YOUR CHILD We examine eyes scientif ically and fit glasses correct ly when needed. Dr. E. F. PELLETTE Eyesight Specailist Osteopathic Physician People's. Bank BIdg., Liberal, Kan. Mrs. Mary Thomas' sale Tuesday' went off pretty well. - The Ematon school started last Monday with Miss Mary Boles , teacher. - j - Mr. and Mrs. Homer Freeman and , baby of Liberal, and Miss Ruth Levy, also Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Levy spent, RlltlrlflV f tllA Frnntr f.fiw homA. I jnr. lorn wrignt nas soia nis broom corn. ' " Steve Kascak was seen passing thru this neighborhood Friday. Mrs. Eugene Mills called at the H. L. Mills home Wednesday. 1 Those on the sick list this week are Mrs. Marion Stoops, Mrs. Frank Levy, ! and Mrs. Eucrene Mills. ' . Ralph Lewis Was in Tyrone Wed nesday on business. Miss Theresa Mills called on Mrs. Eugene Mills Thursday and Friday. A large crowd attended the dance given at the C. F. Loges barn Satur day night. taiimmnnaMnunfii iniin? inn mn innnimnnmmnnininniaixiixnHmimar inmiimTmiiirniniiiniiniirnitnmjnnminmimminmnijnutinrimiiiMmrmiiTnTTi FARM "LOANS Get Our New Rates Prompt Inspection Quick Closing Moore & Franklin Smith Building Phone 102 nniiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiflniiii mmimtntimtiiiimnitiiimiiti Golden Plains There were 77 .in attendance at Sunday School last Sunday. After Sunday School the .community gath ered at the Wade Holt home to sur prise Mrs. Holt and to help her cele brate her birthday, which was the fol lowing Monday. The ladies brought well filled bas kets and boxes. Soon the tables were spread and all did justice to a boun tiful dinner. The guests departed late in the afternoon with happy re membrances of the day spent with Mrs. Holt. Miss Irena Waddell was a guest at the J. J. Kapp home Sunday. School began Monday, September 11. There are 28 enrolled, with Miss Stella Warner as teacher. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. D. Michael Wednesday of last week. Everett Kapp, Nicholas Edwards and ,Guy Downing, who are attend ing high Bchool in Liberal, are spend ing the week end at home. Wade Holt took a load of hogs to Liberal Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Stutzeman attended Sunday School and visited G. C. Rowan's. The revival meeting at Golden Plains began Sunday evening, Sep tember 17th. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Higgins and children of Collinsville, Oklahoma, arrived the first of the week for a visit at the J. H. TUcewick home. John Deere Van Brunt " ' " .... Grain Drills Van Brunt single disc drills handle every kind of seed that can be planted with a drill and in any quantity. Here are only a few of the splendid features of the Van Brunt: Closed Forward Delivery Every kernel, or seed is conveyed from the feed into the bottom of the furrow before any soil can drop back. The seeds beat the dirt. Seeding Mechanism is the best ever devised the Van Brunt adjustable Gate Force Feed. Merely shifting the feed gauge levers regulates amount sown. Dust-Proof Bearings Spring-steel Scrapers Angle Steel Frame SCANDRETT & FUEST Mam mritriimnirmnTimtmnnnimiirTTntiiiniiimmtTniirtTiiiiiniiiitnnintiiiniiniinimtTTinmimnnm Mrs. Jack Savage of Beaver was a Liberal visitor Friday. L. G. Stoner returned Monday night from Sulina where he has been on a short business trip. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Rowen is quite ill with pneumonia. Making a Ton of Coal Do the Work of Two Engineers for years now have coaxed, petted and fought coal, to make it give up its valuable energy heat power. It is a tantalizing problem because there is enough energy in a pound of coal to lift up a ton of weight a little over a mile. " , Fire your cellar furnace as caref ully as you will. Sift ashes and wet the coal. Try every means you know to get the most heat out of it. Still , your best record will be beaten two to one' by the central station in your ' town. ' - " " One of our biggest of public servants, the central station, exists purely in its ability to sell coal to you in the shape of electricity at a few cents a horse-power. They have been forced by necessity to burn coal economically, be cause their slim profit must come from the narrow margin between the cost of coal and the selling price of current which is regulated by public; commission. " , . r And the record of their success is inspiring. When one considers the millions they have had to spend to achieve this position as the world's most economical coal users, their frugality be- comes commendable. , . , . If fuel conservation was practiced in every business as it is in Elec tric Light and Power Companies, the layman s dollar would go further than it does today. The Liberal Light ice power go. FELIX L. CADOLV Manager. H: D. Massoni was down from Kis met Monday 'attending to business interests. Mrs. John Bane returned Monday from Wichita where she spent the week end visiting friends. Mrs. Chas. Lorenz went to Tyrone Saturday and visited at the home of her sister over Sunday. Mrs'. W. B. Taylor returned Satur day from a few days' visit and shop ping trip in Wichita and Hutchinson. Clarence Moore and daughter Lor- i rain, returned Monday from Pratt, i where they have been visiting several Harold Bennett who has been in a local hospital for several weeks, I returned to his home Sunday, and is much improved. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Isham of San JJiego, Cal., September 17, a boy. Mrs. Isham was Miss Freida Gardner before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gilbert left Friday morning ' for Kansas City, where Mr. Gilbert will be treated for cancer. WOI while it is day, the night of old age is sure to come when you will not be able to work. If You Work and save in the daytime of youth you will be in dependent in old age. Don't get the good out of your Inst dolar, better leave it for somebody else and be sure that you have enough to see you through. Depend upon your savings - In The Bank Money makes friends. We solicit your business. Try us on a Check Account. Mrs. E. Taylor returned to her home in Amena, Kan., after visiting here several days with her daughter Miss Nettie Taylor, who is teaching the Liberal schools. Friday for Wichita where they will Friday for Wichita where they wil visit friends for several days. - Dr.E. TREKELL, M. D. Special Attention Given to Obstetrics Phones: 147; Residence 180 Dr. F. W. Huddleston fnyilclan in Charf e, Liberal Hospital Rome 179; Office 45; Hospital 878 Will Do General Practice Office Phone 188 , Real. Phone 477 Dr. E. H. Neighbors Dentist Offict in People Stte Bank LIBERAL, KANSAS J. B. KELLY DENTIST Office in Tucker Building Phone 389 For Health Sea R.B. SMITH, D.C. Chiropractor Palmer School Graduate . Consultation and Analysis Free Miller Bunding ' LIBERAL, KANSAS Dr. D. B. HARDY Graduate Veterinarian Phone 3405 Libera, Kansas' PPMEMBERa TEDERAL UESERVe" MhSYSTEMH The First national Bank 'Better to Deserve Poverty Than to Have It" mmnniminromnuiimpimnniiimmjii L. V. Gardner returned Sunday from a several days' business visit in Wichita. Reuel Rushton left the latter part of the week for Norman, Oklahoma, where ho will attend school this term. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boles and Miss Wilda Naylor left Sunday for Hutch inson where they are attending the fair. J. A. Metcalf of Tyrone was doing some trading here the latter part of the week. Chas. Townsend of near Tyrone was doing soma trading in Liberal Saturday. C. L, Hutchins returned Saturday from a business trip to Pratt. Mesdamea Hooker were Friday. Kraft and Baker of shopping in Liberal O. L. Cain and sons, Lester, Edwin and William, spent th'e week end at Maxville visiting at the home of Mrs, Cain's sister, Mrs. Cooper. ' Miss Anne Burke, milliner at Gor man's, went to Hutcihnson Sunday morning and attended the fashion show there this week. Bring or send US your WATCH CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIRING We get your work done PROMPTLY and guaran tee our work to be SATIS FACTORY. Give us a trial We know we ean please you. STONER JLY, CO. At Wiley - LIBERAL, ,KAN. H. E. Snyder left Monday morning for Hutchinson where he . attended the fair several days. ;.- Mrs. W. H. Fechtler and son Paul of Optima were here Saturday, the little son receiving osteopathic treaty" ment. Mrs. L. Cox and little son return ed Saturday to their home in Good well after staying here for the past month where the little son has been receiving chiropractic treatment.