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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT-
A Shipment of Holiday Goods just received today goes on sale at 10 to 50 o reductions This includes Ivory, Toilet Novelties, Toys, Etc. Cpme in and get your Bargains. TAYLOR'S . . Drugs and Music They're Here For You Tim?) mc( TEXHOMA KLAN PARADE . STAGED fexhoma, Dec. 13. The Ku Klux Klan of Texhoma, with probably visit ors from outside localities, staged the parade here last night ns previously advertised. The shrouded marchers appeared from the south headed by a fiery cross carried in an auto in which three klansmen rode. All of the other marchers were on foot and tho U. S. flag was conspicuously at the head of the procession. As the marchers passed the city power . house the - whistle gave several long blasts advising: the public of the ap proach of the klansmen. On passing: the flag: pole in the center of town twenty-four of the shrouded figures halted, facing out, and the remain der of the marchers went on a block north, turned and came back to line mp with the twenty-four The Tex homa band was lined up at this point ' and played several selections. A tall . Klansman stepped out and requested the band leader to play America and all of the marchers joined in singing one verse of that song. The march was then resumed and the white fig ures disappeared . to the south, marching two abreast. Conspicuous in the parade were numerous ban- ners such as "We stand for the Con stitution of the United States," "Bootleggors and Gimblers Must Go," "Ten Members in the Crowd to One in the Parade," "Joyride With Your Own Wife," and'numerous oth er banners somewhat similar, all in dicating that the Klansman stand for what is right. There was no disor der, no boisterous conduct on the sidelines and the parade proceeded unmolested from start to finish. Guymon Tribune. . OBITUARY. OF MRS. BANGS Oreila . McCague was born July 16th, 1855 in . Indiana, where she grew to womanhood. She came' .to Kansas in the spring of . 1908. She was united in marriage to W. S. Bangs January 8, 1877. To this union eleven children were born, 4 girls and 7 boys, as follows: Mrs. Hoyard Butler of Moline, 111.; Mrs. J. J. Hackett, Kansas City. Mo.; Mrs. W. H. Michael, Moscow, Kan., and Miss Bernice, still at home; Frank, William, Pearl, LeRoy, Ralph, Floyd and Harold. Two of the sons pre ceded their mother in death.. The other five are married and live in this city. Mrs. Lloyd Printz, of Trinidad, Colo., a grand . daughter, was also present at her funeral Be sides her husband and children she leaves 18 grand children, 2 great grand children and 2 sisters and a host of friends to mourn her depar ture. The five sons and one son-in-law tcted as pallbearers at the funeral. Mother, dear ;Mother, , So good and kind, No more in our home Her dear face will shine. . But some day we'll meet, Her on the great judgment morn We hope to sing praises Around the White Throne. WADE H. ODNEAL, Pastor. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for the kind ness shown during the sickness and death of our beloved wife and mother. W. S. BANGS, WM. BANGS, A. P. BANGS, , R R. BANGS, . H. BANGS, F. BANGS, MRS. J. J: HACKETT, MRS. W. H. MICHAEL. MRS. HOWARD BUTLER, BERNICE BANGS. HELD BAZAAR AND CHICKEN SUPPER The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church at the Wideawake church, west of the city, held a bazaar and chicken supper Friday night Mrs. E. C. Walden is president of the Aid. The ladies served a fine supper and, the articles all sold real well. The proceeds amounted to $100. Six quilts were sold. These were auc tioned off by Mrs. Grinstead. A very pleasant evening was spent by all who attended. EASTERN STAR The Eastern Star met Monday night at the regular meeting and elected the following officers: Worthy Matron Mrs. R. N. Cun ningham. Associate Matron Mrs. Elbert Edwards. Conductress Miss Lottie Ed wards. Associate Conductress Mrs. F. O. Rindom. Secretary Mrs. L. G. Stoner. Treasurer Mrs. W. E. Wilson. Mrs. Goodnight and daughter, Wanda, left Tuesday for their home in Englewood, Okla., after visiting for several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Snyder. REUST'S NOVELTY WORKS n is Do your Christmas Shopping Here it, .4? 8, We. have a nice line this year of practi cal, useful articles, suitable for Christ mas Gifts. 1 J7 iff Presents m b m for Him Can best be secured at a man's store, practical, useful gifts they will appreciate. Big lines of Shirts Ties Hosiery Especially bought for the Gift "Season. Also Everything in Men's . Apparel If you want to please the man, give him some thing to wear from . Palace Clothing Store O. W. Spradling, Mgr. Aluminum Ware Double Boilers Stew Pans Stew Kettles Roasters Hake Pans Percolators Water Pitchers Pudding Pans Pie Tins Wash Pans Teakettles Skillets Siilt and Pepper Shakers Dippers Toy Brooms Baby Mobiles Kiddie Cars Bovs' Wagons Velocipedes Irish Mail Large 2G-inch Talking Dolls Statue of Liberty Dishes Plates Bowls Cups and Saucers Platters Creamers Sugar Bowls Glass Water Sets B t7 Statues Horses Dogs' Cats Boys and Girls Mult and Jeff Madonna Rebekah at the Wvll The Angels Vases Keen Kuttcr Knives gAJ Miears ana iarpiuner Tools Reust's Novelty YVOrKS , , . Z.) n. ivansas Ave. y, Liberal, Kansas til W .... 1 ltUsl.-WG6ir5 ? Jilll 111 as&i .1. ''i! Lone Star Items tt has been very windy the last few days and this evening it has turned quite a bit colder than it has been. The Love boys received a telegram from Las Vegas, N. Mex., Friday noon saying their mother was not ex pected to live long, and for them to come at once. They left that after noon, but when they reached Dalhart; Tex, that flight, they received an other message saying that she had passed away that afternoon between 3 and 4 o'clock, Mrs. Ellezson has been a dear friend and neighbor, and the community regrets her death very much. - . We will load car of poultry Mon day and Tuesday, Dec. 18th and 19th. Bring your poultry in on those dates. ' The Liberal Produce Co. Bro. Neff filled his appointment at Lone Star Sunday evening. He will' preach again Sunday morning. Messrs. R. H. Tepner and Leslie Lash attended the sale at the Sprad- ling farm north of Liberal Monday. Virgil Hall and Mtsses Lucile, Hat tie and Vera Tepner were callers at the R. E. Tepner home Sunday. Before making your farm loan, see Griffith at Griffith & Baughman's for his attractive loan rates. Not very many young folks out to Endeavor Sunday night. 'Remember the Endeavor welcomes everybody, old as well as young, and we are badly in need of more new members. Any one wishing to join please give your name to Misses Lucile Tepner, Lola Vena'ble or Pearl Hiatt. .Mrs. R. H. Tepner is expected home next week from Dewey, Okla., where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. E. LuBk. Leslie Lush went duck hunting Sat urday, returning Sunday evening. He reports getting five ducks, pretty good for a two days' hunt Miss Inez Pound was shopping in Liberal Saturday. Dora Warren is staying with Mrs West while Mr. West is away. Mrs. Faye Parmalee and son were guests of Miss Pearl Hiatt Sunday. The Lone Star school has received their new basket ball. You ought to see the smile they wear upon their faces. EPISCOPAL CHURCH SCHOOL Episcopal church school at St.. An drew's Hall at 11 a. m. Sunday, De cember 17th. Miss Fern Harper of Moscow was shopping and visiting here Saturday. Mrs. R. C. Krone of Forgan, was a Liberal shopper Monday. Miss Helen Dunn has accepted a posiiton in Dr. Pellette's office. Mr. and Mrs. E. Kuns of McPher son, Kansas, arrived here Monday for a short visit at the home of Mrs. Kuns' brother, Dr. E. H. Neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Kuns are on their way to California, where they expect to locate. hark Skin fer Cold Feat Sole leather mad of shark skin Isj the latest cur of cold feet for traffic officers on Seattle's street Intersec tions. Many traffic men, complaining during ralnf weather that rubber ant ordinary leather caused cold fet, bar experimented In various ways to rt dy the condition. 8ome tried moos hid, walrus skla and wooden shoes of the Orient, bat the us of shark's leather proved sae cessful. With this waterproof ssat rial, comfortabl light shoe arc made, which, excluding dampness, posse as element conservlnf th natural body best within th sho so fltwd. Sugar Frm Pahlia. LevDlose, .a sugar maqe from tuber of th dahlia, I exceptionally weet.and Is said to bo hannloss to diabetic. The . American Dahlia so ciety and the Bureau of Standards art co-operating in the development of It) possibilities. SdMtlflc American, irtjuit io -rung woman." Jane heard her brother my Colum bus discovered America and that h bad been assisted by Queen Isabella. ' Later In the evening, she meant to tell her father all about wbat brother had said but, not IwMng able to remem ber all the words, she told him that the King Womnn had been good to Columbus. Mrs. Nellie Wollen and daughter, Mrs. Cleo Hartley, were shopping here Monday. We will load car of poultry Mon day and Tuesday, Dec. 18th and 19th. Bring your poultry in on these dates. The Liberal Produce Co. . i Jean "Mad Good." Jean passed her plute with a most respectful request nt a time when th relative politeness of son nml daugh ter bad been the table discussion. "Don't you hear lue polltiug. dad-. iff she asked. Miss Mature Thomas of Beaver City, Oklahoma, yas shopping, and visiting here Saturday. Miss Thorn as is editor of the newspaper there.