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The Liberal democrat. (Liberal, Kan.) 1911-1924, September 21, 1922, Image 4

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Bernard Meyer and Miss Mary
Jackson were married Saturday morn
no in thia citv and left for Pratt.
Kan., where they visited over Sunday , e. P. Beaty.
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Mrs. W. V Griffith entertained
Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. W.
A. Studs and daughters Marlon and
Margery, of New Ulysses, Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Lyle of Ulysses, and Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Dodd and Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. W. L. Jackson. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Meyer are well known in Lib
eral. Mrs. Meyer is the daughter
f Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jackson of
Pratt, Kan. She is one of Liberal's
talented young ladies and a grad
uate of the Liberal High bchool m
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Entertained Ladies' Aid
Mrs. E. B. Jones entertained the
Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian
church Tuesday at her home on N.
Kansas. Mrs. W. S. Wolly, Mrs. Ed
Smith and Mrs. Traylor were guests
of the Aid. After the regular meet-
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the class of 1920, and has for the! ing a delicious lunch was served by
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past year taken nurses' training in
the Liberal hospital. Mr. Meyer,
-whose home is at Belpre, Kan., has
fceen a member of the faculty of the
liigh school for the past three years.
The Democrat joins their many
friends in extending congratulations
nd wishing thein many years of hap
piness. t t t
E. V.'Hall of Madison, Oklahoma,
and Stella M. Weathersby of Santa
Te, New Mexico, were married Tues
day, September 19, at the court
house by Probate Judge Campbell.
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Clavton R. Kauffman and Miss El
sie Hattie Schmoock both of Mos
cow, were married September 14, at
the court house by the Probate Judge,
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Milo H. Childs and Miss Shirley
Wilier, both of Liberal, were mar
ried at the court house September 16
by the Probate Judge.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Purks were din
ner guests at the Harry Board's home
near Lorena Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stcrman of
Hugoton were Sunday guests at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Day.
Mrs. F. il. Beaty entertained Sat
urday ervening for Mr. and Mrs. W.
V. Griffith, Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Newby
and Mr. and Mrs. Sum Dodd.
The BaDtist Sundav School will
kold a social on the church lawn Fri
day evening for all members of the
Sunday School.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Maxwell enter
tained at dinner Sunday for Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Alderman.
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C. E. Social
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gordon enter
tained the members of the Christian
Endeavor of the Friends Church,
Tuesday evening, at their home on
N. Pershing. Games were played on
the lawn and later a program of mu-
b'ic and readings was given. After a
social hour a business meeting was
held and new officers were elected.
Refreshments of apple pio and ice
cream were served by the hostess.
.Auxiliary Circle
- Mrs. O. L. Cain entertained Wed
nesday at her home, the Ladies Aux
iliary No. 2 of the Baptist church.
After the regular meetnig delicious
.refreshments were served.
Mrs. Chas.'Neff was hostess Wed
nesday to Circle No. 1 of thev ladies'
Auxiliary of the Baptist church. Af
ter a social hour and the regular bus
' Sness meeting, dainty refreshments
were served by the hostess.
The Live Wire class of boys from
the Christian Bible School, was given
an all day's outing at Feather's
Grove last Saturday by their teacher,-Mrs.
C. E. Wyman. The events
of the day were heartily enjoyed by
' Entertained Sunday School Clad
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wilkins enter
tained their Sunday School classes
of the Presbyterian church Tuesday
evening at a picnic supper at Light s
grove. The evening was spent in
playing games and a general good
time was enjoyed by all that were
Camping Trip
Dr. E. F. Pellette will take his Sun
day School class of the Methodist
Sunday School on a camping trip
tomorrow to the Cimarron, where
they will camp until Saturday
the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jones enter
tained at dinner Sunday for Mr. an'd
Mrs. Roy V. Pile and children,
P. E. O.
Mrs. Edmonds entertained ' the
members of the P. E. 0. at her ranch
ohme today.
"Trout Hog" Is Charge Made Against
Him by Professor of University
of Illinois.
Excitement Is rife in the wild an
imal community of the Yellowstone
National park since the scandal about
Mr. Pelican received public attention.
The ducks are quacking about It, the
squirrels are chattering it and the bob
cats are scattering It broudcust lu
their shrill voices.
Throughout ull the whispers and
nudges of neighbors as he pusses, Mr.
Pelican maintains his stately mien,
seemingly unconscious of the Jibes
of the multitude. His actions would
Indicate he still holds bis valued place
lo the community.
His trouble started with the charge
by Prof. Hurry B. Ward, head of the
department of zoology of the Univer
sity of Illinois, that he is a "trout hog"
and vlolutor of all the tenets of good
sportsmanship.' Proof of these charges
probably will mean tliut Mr. Pelican
will become an outcust with every
one's door closed to him aud every
one's bund Hgulnst hliu.
Professor Wurd Is conducting an
ihiiiiHliv Investigation for the fed
eral bureau of Uslieries at Luke Yel
lowstone In Yellowstone National
park us to the relationship between
the pellcun and the trout supply.. His
Investigation, which hus been pro
gressing several weeks, will continue
through the present season.
The flock of pelicans that live and
breed on Luke Yellowstone numbers
about 400. They "summer" aristocrat
ically at the lnke, feustlng on the
best the lund affords, from spring un
til September, then go to their winter
resorts along the Gulf of Mexico.
The bird diets almost exclusively on
fish, and. bo fur us the Yellowstone
and other Rocky mountain lakes and
streams are concerned, this means ex
clusively on trout. He estlmutes that ;
the 400 pelicans consume more trout
than ure takeu during an entire sea
son by sportsmen.
The pelican Is no respecter of size
limits or open seasons, Professor Ward
charges. He declared he had seen a
platoon of 30 pelicans ranged across
a Btreuin In regular formation, prey
ing on the trout us they swam up to
spawn. Hitherto the stream had
yielded trout eggs by the millions, but
hatchery men this year couio gainer
only a fraction of the normal amount.
The fact Is grunted thut Mr. Pell
can's home life Is above reproach. He
Is a good provider, a good husbnnd
and father and Is strictly monogam
ous. For the 400 birds In the lake
flock, there are just 200 nests, one for
each couple and one mate for each
bird. There are no "triangles" In the
Yellowstone "400."
If further Investigations Justify It.
Professor Ward will ask the federal
government to bar the pelican as sum
mer visitors from the park;
Now Showing
A Complete Line of
$5.00 Up
Mrs. Dv Cv Wood drove to PUhu "
Tuesday on a short business trip.
James Orth of Pratt was in Liberal "
the first of the week visiting friend.
Marion Mann is in Kansas City
this week attending the auto races.
Frank McQuigg returned Sunday ,
from a several days' business visit
in Wichita.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Freeman and .
baby visited at the Frank Levy home
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith were over
from HuKoton Monday shopping
and attending to business interest. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mellar of Mob-
cow,, were Liberal visitors the first ,
of the week. .
Mrs. Earl Walker and little daugh
ter returned Tuesday to their home
in Dal hart after visiting at the home
of Mrs. Anna Sharkey. .
Will sell right new five room house,
well located. Terms on part Might
use Ford truck or good east front lota
on deal. Immediate possession. Thos.
B. Moore, owner. 12t2o
Good Things at the
Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22-23
The Llmft.
"There Isn't much I don't know
about the English language," boasted
the long-hnlred man In the hotel
lobby. "I ll test you," a friend picked
him up quickly. "I'll dictate a para
graph to yon." With an assured air
the boaster seized his pencil, but his
Jaw dropped as he heard: "As Hugh
Hughes was hewing a yule log from a
a yew tree, a man dressed In clothes
of dark blue hue came up to Hugh
and said: 'Have you seen my ewesT
'If you will wait until I hew this
vow tree I will eo with you anywhere
In Europe to look for your ewes,' said
Superior Drills. Thos. W. Gaw,
"Rite it with Ray"
The Standard Oil Station No. 31
is being repainted this week.
Harry Knotts made a business trip
to Hooker Wednesday.
Mrs. W. S. Wolly and daughters,
Ruth and Hazel, drove to Garden
City today on a pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs, T. L. Gray were down
from the farm near Satanta Satur
day night and returned Sunday.
"Rita it With Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boles were in
from the farm near Hugoton today
shopping and visiting relatives.
Pete Wadel purchased a new Chev
rolet touring car this week from the
Bodccker Motor Co.
W. E. Kelly of Pratt was attending
to business interests here the latter
part of the week.
J. T. Newby made a trip to Dodge
City this morning and took the
wheels to the fire truck where new
tires will be put on. The Reo Speed-
wagon was hired from J. W. Baugh-
man, and loaded with the hose to
use in case a fire shocld break out.
Mrs. John Maas returned this
week from Osage City where she has
n caring for her mother who has
been quite ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. Estell Haug of Spearman,
Texas, was operated on today at a
local hospital and is getting along
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hol
land at the Thompson hospital at
Dodge City September 17 a girl. Mrs.
Holland, was Miss Mary Sealy before
her marriage.
J. F. Snyder of the St Paul Insur
ance company, is here today look
ing after business of the company,
and adjusting the fire loss on the
Baptist church.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Ellis and
daughter Elwina and little son Jack,
left Wednesday for Hutchinson where
they are attending the fair and visit
ing friends.
Mrs. Alice Woodard returned Sat
urday to her home in Guymon after
visiting here for several days. She
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
L. R. Diehl.
"Rite it With Ray"
Mrs. Arthur Randels of Boyd, was
shopping here Tuesday.
Miss Nellie Cross returned Sunday
from an extended visit in Chicago
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Phone your orders for Flowers to
the Liberal Flower Shop. Flowers
for all occasions.
W. L. Tucker is constructing two
new residences at the corner of First
and Sherman.
Marion Bryant of Hooker was
brought here Wednesday to a local
hospital for treatment.
Clay Treadway, who is teaching in
the High school department of the
Banner Rural Hieh School, was in
Liberal Saturday.
Miss Orpah A. Cayton arrived Mon-
dav fronv Texhoma and will be em
ployed as a nurse in the Liberal hos
ill o.
Monday and Tuesday, Sept 25-M
g Jtssa I Usfcy present.
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Ct (paramount QHdur
Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. XI -1
Mrs. Harvey of the - Lone Star
neighborhood, was a Liberal shopper
Wednesday and also visited friends
Cosmopolitan PnxlucUtr
'A Cosmopolitan ProicUmv
Cool weather will hit one of (hee days and then
you'll need heavier Clothing. Bring out the good gar
ments saved from last season Men and Ladies' Suits
and Coats, Men's Overcoats, Children's Suits. Call
Phone 126 and we will come for them and return them
ready for the first cold day. ;
With a modern plant and expert workmen your
garments will come back to you just as you would
have them. New machines, recently added, enables
us to give you work and service second to none. Ladies'
work a specialty; j
Phone 126

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