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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
MUSICAL ASSOCIA TION TO MEET The Liberal Musical Association wiir meet in the basement of the M. E: church the first week in October, the date to be announced later. All members are requested to be pres ent. All officers and committees -will meet at Mrs. Mojthop'g studio at 630 N. Kansas avenue, Wednes day,-September. Z7tn. Mrs. J. R. Lyle of New Ulysses, is in a local hospital where sTe is hav ing a broken ankle treated. Superior Drills. Thos. W. Gaw. John Kerns of Forgan, was a Lib eral shopper Monday. L. S. Hibbs of Perryton was Lib eral visitor Monday. J. P. Clossin of Perryton, Texas, was a Liberal visitor the latter part1 of the week. BenFreeman was up from Gray? Oklahoma, Friday, attending to bus iness interests and visiting relatives. Miss Ruth Black arrived Monday night from Topeka for a several days visit with her mother, Mrs. Dollie Black. HOW TO PREPARE FEEDINGS , FOR THE BOTTLE FED BABY A PENNY SAVED We welcome a comparison of prices. Then you'll know that you are getting a hundred cents (plus) in value for . every dollar you spend here. Not only do we sell on the closest possible margin of profit, but our buyer is always alert to purchase to the best advantage. You'll find your grocery bills considerably reduced when you buy here. We never tire of talking of and rendering real service to our patrons, and your wants always receive diligent atten tion. Phone us your order today, or Come in and let us become acquainted. Peoples Cash Grocery Don't Forget that we Deliver Phone 367 112 West 2nd Street In selecting a place to take your meals, what more could you ask than tins that we offer Service Reasonable Prices Well Prepared Food Courteous Treatment We call your undivided attention to our Special Sunday Dinner 75c The New Sanford Cafe N. PELLETTIER, Prop. ' Put all of the necessary utensils in a clean kettle or pan and let them boil for fifteen minutes. ., When they are thru boiling, cover the table with an absolutely clean dish towel, or clean cloth kept for this purpose; Then remove from the kettle the utensils and place them on the cloth. Take the bottle of milk from the ice box and wash it off with some of the- boiled water from the kettle. Take the fork that has been boiled and open the bottle. Pour the quan tity of milk needed into the gradu ated measuring glass, then add the amount of limewater, barley water, boiled water or sugar, according to the direction of the formula which you feed the baby. Mix well with the boiled spoon and pour this mixture into the pitcher and place the pitcher into a pan of boil ing water and bring just to the' boil ing point, but do not boil; or if you have a double boiler, place the mix ture into it instead of the pitcher, I and bring it to a boiling point. After bringing to' the boiling point this mixture should be poured into the pitcher from which this can be put into the bottles. Pour the proper amount for each feeding into , the bottles. Immediately place the bottles in the ice box where they are remain until feeding time. Cork the , bottles before putting them away. , At Feeding Time At feeding J time take out one of the bottles and place it in warm water until it is t warm. To test the warmth of the milk in the botte, let a little drip out on your wrist and if it feels warm put the nipple on the bottle. Never I put the nipple into your mouth to! test the milk. Care must be taken when putting . on, the nipple to see that the end! which goes into the baby's mouth is 1 not touched. Nothing but the baby's ' mouth must touch the closed end of the nipple. Keep the milk warm while the baby nurses. A clotH bottle cover or a clean diaper, should be put about the ' bottle, to keep the heat in, so that! the milk may .stay warm while baby is nursing. . Cold milk upsets baby's stomach, causes colic and indiges tion. Watch and see that Baby does not nurse in sir.' It is important to see that while the baby is nursing that the bottle is slightly tipped so that the milk is kept down, touching the nipple, so that the baby will not get the' air that is in the bottle down in his stomach.' Do not allow the baby to nurse on the empty bottle because he gets air into his stomach doing that. Do not allow the baby to play while nursing, because it spoils him. I Notice If any of the-above is not I clear to you, please phone or call and see me', and I will be only too glad ; to explain it as best I can. Perhaps it would be a good idea to cut this article out and keep it to ! use for reference or to give to one of your friends who failed, or did not have the chance to read it. Each week there will appear some article pertaining to health. Public Health Nurse Office, Smith Bldg., on W. 2nd St Phone 309. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Summers and little daughter Francis and Olive Connley returned Saturday evening from an extended visit in Colorado. Olive Connley has been visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Dahmer. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sharp left on Monday for their home in Kingman, Kan. Mrs. Sharp has been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Printz for the past several A Good Level Farm Two Miles From Liberal . For $4,000 would be a snap, wouldn't it? However, if you should be unable to buy a farm that near Liberal for that money would you be interested in the same kind of land .within the same distance of the location of another town on the new line of the Santa Fe, pro viding you had to pay only $300 cash; on the basis of March 1st settlement in the sum of $700, and the bal ance due $500 a year with six per cent interest on the def erred payments? Possession.March 1 st, 1923. Will - , sell this quarter of land at my office with guarantee to refund money paid if land is not approved on inspec tion within ten days. Character and quality of land guaranteed. JOHN BAUGHMA v Ask E. D. Cooper. ' ' - - )fi 'iffflf Chic Tailleurs and Luxurious Wraps Are here in a bewildcringly attractive array of styles long waistcd effects and lower hem fines are noted on many. Rich furs arc charmingly used for collars and cuffs on both Suits and Wraps, and many are artistically garnished with bits of embroidery and odd 'buttons. New Fall Dresses The new fall Dresses come in many beautiful materials, trimmings and, models. Some are elab orately trimmed, others plain tailored; all arc splendid values. We are ready to take care of your Fall needs as never before! lI!-'FSv 111 'p,! lit wk fep r . f FRANK G. BOLES Hry Goods, Furnishings, Shoes Archer Items Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wheaton were visiting and transacting business in town last Friday. The Wheaton Grain Company has shipped eight carloads of grain from here this week. We are glad to note that the grain car situation is loosen ing up a bit. F. L. Furguson, president of the Port Grain Co., Kansas City, was looking after his business interests in .town last Tuesday. Mr. J. E. Montgomery is hold ing revival services with the Golden Plains church this week. Mr. Ernest Sessler made a trip to Wichita last week in the interest of the sale of his honeydew melons,' shipped to that place. He reports a good sale of the melons and is ship ping another carload this week. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Krieble are expecting relatives from Michigan to arrive next week for an extended rvisit. They are making the entire trip in a car. Quite a lot of broom corn is pass ing thru on its way to the Liberal market this week. We understand that the price is such that will al low the farmer to more than pay the expense of marketing the brush this year. We wish this could be said of every line of farm production. If a fair price could be, assured for all marketable farm products, the large population of farmers would hw I crease their business, buy more, sell prosperity rolling in every hne ox in dustry in the country. ' Mr. and Mrs. Felix Cadou are ' ex pected home from Colorado the lat ter part of the week, from an. extend ed visit in Colorado where he has been for his health. ., Pierce Munsey returned Saturday from Beaver, Oklahoma, where he has been working on a special edi tion for the Beaver Democrat. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Huggert ' and children were visiting friends here Sunday. ! Miss Uelia Kern returned Sunday from Los Angeles, Cal., where she has been on a six weeks' vacation. few 4--ta I n I ' 1 " I I . r. yl Mt-H W 5l S I Why not grind up this grain and get more feeding value? It Pays! Remember, we appre ciate your business. ST ' Chas. Olenberger and Bert Eise wick of Balko were visiting here Friday- " J. A. Metcalf of Tyrone was visit ing here Wednesday. D. S. Forshee of Tyrone was trans acting business here Tuesday. Miss Anna Voth of Hooker,- was a Liberal shopper Wednesday. . Mr. and Mrs. Gene Martin of Gar den City, were visiting friends here Sunday. . . Mr. and Mrs. James Fisk and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hartley were in town Tuesday visiting and shopping. Fred Randels of near Dombey waa in town Tuesday doing some tiw4Ug and visiting friends.