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TIIE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT-
1 ,', 9. Kismet Klippings faster Max Kirk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Kirk of Kirkwell, C0I6.; came home with his grandfather, Ben . Smith, Sunday evening for a few days visit prior to the arrival 'of his parents for their Christmas visit with home folks. ' ' : ' - S Ira Colts is drilling a well on the farm where A. E. Ketterman lives. This is a much needed improvement and it is hoped that it will prove to j be a good one. ' ' " Ferris Kiddoo and Ben Smith came ; in Sunday evening from Colorado . with a truck load (almost 200) tur keys that were' purchased while on their trip the past week. There was an Equity board meet ing, held at the Equity office Tues day afternoon and business transact ed pertaining to the firm. , ' A. G, Nutt is on the sick list Geo. Beale and wife drove out Monday, and brought him in to stay with them until he gets to feeling better. D. K. Baty of Plains and the Meade county attorney were in Kis met Friday investigating the new ruling of the car situation L. C. Mclvor who is teaching in in District No. 21, will spend the holi days in Hutchinson. : IL F. Mohn went to Larned Wed nesday. Mr. Wiswell took a load of wheat to Forgan, Okla., Tuesday. Mrs. H. D. Massoni and her father, Ira Cossell, spent the afternoon with Mrs. Beler Burr Thursday of last week. ' - Before making your farm loan, see Griffith at Griffith & Baughman's for his attractive loan rates. Mr. Ellis was grinding feed all day Thursday. . Robert Dodd has been on the sick list for several days this week. H. D. Massoni and Ira Cossell mad a business trip to Plains Saturday torning. S. S. Smith of Hutchinson was in Kismet Friday transacting business. G. A. Bayha made a business trip to Liberal Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Prater drove to Satanta Saturday and. visited with kome folks and friends until Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Rose made a business trip to Liberal Friday. They also did some, shopping. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Beale drove to Liberal Saturday afternoon and eve wing to do Christmas shopping. Mrs. L. Handy is staying with her daughter, Mrs. Jennie Akers, caring for her and keeping up the house work during Mrs. Akers' illness. Thursday, December 7, at the home of Henry Wedel, some few miles northwest of town, occurred the wed ding of his daughter Lena to'Hilkie P. Wedel, jon of Pete Wedel. These young people are well known io and a round Kismet and the Klip per joins in their many friends in wishing them a long and happy jour ney through life. Pies sold well, at the pie supper ( in District 21 some time ago and we have decided to have another pie sup per and an entertainment Thursday evenjng, December 21.' All the la dies are invited to bring pies or boxes. ' '" We will load car of poultry Mon day and Tuesday, Dee. 18th and iOth. Bring your poultry in on those dates. The Liberal Produce Co. , C. V. Priddle, U. B. presiding elder of this district, came in Saturday for business meeting; also preached Sat urday night and Sunday morning. He left on No. 2 Sunday to fill an ap pointment at Mullinville Sunday eve ning. .Frank Pickering of Plains was in Kismet Wednesday morning. Mr. Pickering reports that Geo. Noland, former Rock Island agent at Kismet, is now in a tailor shop at Cedarvaie, Chautauqua county, Kansas. L. E. Warden was visiting in Mul linsville part of last we"ek. The Dufield Bros, hauled two truck loads of wheat to Forgan Mon ,day. The price there is better than here. Margaret Nelson, Dane. Stockton, Pauline Morris and Mac Novinger spent the day with Miss Doris Nutt Sunday. H. C. Bundy is suffering with a severe spell of headache at the pres ent writing. F. T. St. Aubyn and family and- Miss Eva Cox drove to Plains Satur day night to see the show . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Steffen were Sunday dinner guests at the H. D. Massoni home. Sam Jones ' from northwest of town loaded out a car of wheat Fri day and Saturday. G. L Light of Liberal, was in Kis met Friday transacting business. Noah Stoll loaded out a car of wheat the latter part of last week. Mrs. ' Cooper of Wichita is now visiting her son Earl and wife; also daughter, Mrs. Geo. Savage.' A. G. Nutt, with the assistance of Geo. .Beale and family, butchered two hogs last Thursday. Each elevator was in luck Friday in receiving cars for shipping wheat. These are the first ones they have had to load out in some time. It is still very dry in this locality. We had a light snow Saturday morn ing. Mrs. Frank Armentrout and Mrs. Pat Stockton were calling in Kismet Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Blanche Jennison of near Su perior, is visiting at the Edgar Thompson home. Joe Warick from a few miles southeast of town, loaded out a car of wheat Friday and Saturday. The county superintendent visited the school this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mooney went to Liberal Sunday afternoon so Mr. Mooney could be present for band practice. M Of Tilings You'll Need For CHRISTMAS DINNER We've bought every good thing the mar ket affords in large quantities and can supply every require ment for the Christ mas feast of such splendid quality that you'll be sure to have an enjoyable meal. To make your work easier, sit down and make up a list of what you are going to want and then call us u p and let us fill it and deliver it to, you just as you want it. Pip: IS k Pick from These Cranberries Rheubarb Celery , Head Lettuce Leaf Lettuce Cauliflower Ping Grapes White Grapes Radishes Green Onions ! v. Mangoes Parsley Delicious Apples Oranges Rananas Grape Fruit Parsnips Turnips Sweet Potatoes Ileinz Fig and Plum Puddings . CANDIES, NUTS and FRUITS We've stocked wonderful lines of Candies, Nuts and Fresh Fruits and are in position to supply your needs in a highly satisfactory manner. You'll find our goods and pur prices right Get your Christmas Supplies here. Fresh Meats and Oysters at the Purity Market ar6 Superior RIGGLE BROTHERS, Grocers Grocery Prone 26 Purity Market Phone (iO CHRISTMAS GIFTS For Our Lady Customers The First National Bank Has secured a number of dainty Vanity Cases, which will be given free to the lady customers of the institu tion Call And Get Yours They are handy little articles and we bought them to distribute as gifts and we hope you will have no hesi tancy in coming in for yours; we'll expect you. In order to provide our customers and friends with Christmas money, we will cash, at full maturity value, on presentation,, all unreg istered War Savings Stamps of. the 1918 Series. The First National Bank Liberal, Kansas Archer Items Mr. Ross Gilbert returned last Monday to Kansas City where he will again be under the care of a cancer specialist. Cecil Harrel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Harrel, underwent an operation for appendicitis in a hospital at Lib eral. He is reported as doing well at this time. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. .Malin trans acted business and visited friends in town last Monday. Before making your farm loan, see Griffith at Griffith & Baughman's for his attractive loan rates. Mr. John Jerman and Mr. Tom Hodge of Hugoton, have finished the plastering of the living rooms back of the Archer grocery. They did a good Job and the rooms look well. Committees were appointed at Sunday School last Sunday morning to arrange for the ' Chrsitmas pro gram to be given at the church on Friday evening, December 22. Mrs. Ralph Heath entertained the W. C. T. U. last Tuesday afternoon. A social hour was enjoyed by all and a short business session held, after which , the hostess served refresh ments of brick cream and caramel wafers. During the business session the contest captains, previously tap pointed, reported that they had made the plans for the coming contest,' di viding the names of the members in to two groups. The two groups working separately,, are to see which will increase the finances' of the Union the most during a given length of time. The losing side in the game will entertain the winners. The report was accepted. One new member was gladly welcomed into the Union. The session adjourned to meet with Mrs. Chas. Butcher at the next regular meeting time. . Miss Beulah Holcomb returned Wednesday to Tyrone where she will visit with her sister for several days. She visited friends here Tuesday. ., DeLaval Separators. Thos. W. Gaw. Lone Star Items Literary was organized at the pie and box supper. The first literary session is to be Friday evening, De cember 15, 1922. The election was held and the returns were as fol lows; President Lester Lazenby. Vice President Verne Harvey. Sec.-Treas. Maude Hawk. Program committee Reuban Rea zin, chairman; Eunice Hawk, Ruth Harvey, Albert Hawk, Burton Chance. Every one come and bring some one with you. Good programs are expected each session. Miss Linnie Hawk and Mr. Albert Hawk attended the pie and box sup per at Fairview Friday evening. Miss Maude Hawk has been em ployed at the Fred Grisham home re cently. Mr. and Mrs. W. - R. Hoskinson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Chance Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Harvey called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grisham Fri day afternoon. Floyd i Hoskinson visited school Friday afternoon. There will be a program and Christ mas tree at the school house Friday evening, December 22. Construction has begun on busi ness buildings in Woods. Things are beginning to look quite prosperous. SAMUEL DORWART The body of Samuel S. Dorwart was taken off Train No. 8 Tuesday night, he having died between Buck lin and here. He and his wife, were of Cedar Rapids, la., and were on their way to California to spend the winter. Mr. Dorwart was in appar ently good health and only complain ed of feeling badly late in the eve ning. He was seventy-three years of age and had served for forty-five years as pay agent on the Rock Is land. The body was shipped to Ce dar Rapids, Iowa, this morning on No. 4. Mrs. Auen of Oklahoma City, ar rived Wednesday to attend the fun 1 - U Mtafnw Xfia fcMlovann 3 ORDINANCE NO. 325 f , (First published in Liberal Democrat December 14, 1922) An ArriinnnrA nrnniDitinir ine limin-u talning of filling stations within cer- , tain parts of the fire limits of the rit,r T.ihaml. tdtniuia. and nrovid-'. ing penalties for the violation there- BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL Vc lam OF LIBERAL, KANSAS: Saxtinn 1 That it shall be un lawful for any person, firm or cor poration to build, erect, construct or maintain what is commonly called and known as a filling station, or for any person, Iirm or corporation tn nnHiipt- numne or carry on the kn.inn.a nf f iiiinar station, where gasoline, oil or other products of pe troleum are soia ana aeuvereu, uim the property fronting or abutting upon the streets and avenues here inafter described and designated, to- wit. . . . Kansas Avenue, irom nrsi street on the south to Fifth street on the north. Lincoln avenue, from First street on the south to- Third street on the north; . Second street, v from Washing ton avenue on the east ,to Grant avenue on the west; Third street, from Washing ton avenue on the east to Lin coln avenue on the west Section 2 That ' this ordinance shall not be construed to apply to filling stations now erected, main tained and conducted within said limits. Section S Anjr person, firm, or corporation violating any of the pro visions 01 ins ordinance snaii, upon conviction, be adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of not less than $5.00 nor more than $500.00. Each day that this ordinance shall be violated shall be deemed a separate offense. Section 4 This ordinance shall -take effect and be in force from and after its passage and' publication in the official city papers: Passed by the council December 12, 1922. Approved by the Mayor December 12,. 1922. W. V. GRD7FITH, Mayor. Attest:-.(Seal) L. L. HOLLAND. . City Clerk.