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THE LIBERAL DEMOCRAT
Mrs. W. F. Mullinix of Hooker was Liberal shopper Saturday. ' j Frank Bell and family of Gray, were Liberal shoppers Friday. ' Mr. and Mrs. George Cliver of Bal lo, Oklahoma, were shopping and "visiting here the last of the week. W. C. Hottinger and W. M. Wight nan brought two big loads of poultry to the Liberal Produce Company yards Tuesday. ' Hr. Hottinger sold 468 pounds and Mr. Wightman 281 First published in Liberal Democrat December zist, lvzz) bl NOTICE OF SALE PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that under and by virtue of an order of sale issued to me out of the Dis trict Court of Seward County, Kan sas, in an action therein pending', wherein J. A. Metcalf is plaintiff and Lillie S. Aday and H. B. Aday, her husband, are defendants I will on Monday, January 22, 1923, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M., offer for sale and sell to the highest bid der at the west front door of the Court House in Liberal, Seward County, Kansas, for. cash in hand, the following described real property, to wit: Lots Thirty-four (34) and Thirty-five (35), Block Two (2), Sunnyside Addition to the City of Liberal, Kansas, subject to one first mortgage held by the AETNA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION, for the purpose of paying plaintiff's judgment in the sum of $545.42, together with inter est, taxes and costs of said action. Witness my hand at my office this 6th day of December, 1922. W. O. NELSON, LIGHT & RINDOM, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Sheriff Seward County, Kan. When You Pay Rent To some landlord, you pay for a home in 100 months and he Sets it. "When you,.pay rent to us, you pay for a home in 75 months, and you get it. MAKE THE CHOICE TODAY JOHN W. BAUGHMAN Herbert F. Dir, Salesman. Pleasant Valley Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to all. The young people of the commu nity called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Mays Monday evening to pay thehr respects and give them a serenade. The Christmas program at. the church will be given Thursday eve ning, December 21, instead' of Fri day, December 22, as previously an nounced. Mr and Mrs. Harry Guttridge en tertained Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hudkins, Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Nix and family, Miss Beck and Mr. E. Folmer, for Sunday dinner. Cecil Harrel is still improving nicely. Before making your farm loan, see Griffith, at Griffith & Baughman's, for his attractive loan rates. Funeral services were held Mon day afternoon ' at the Methodist church in Liberal for Mr. J. A. Ful ler, father of Mr. John Fuller, of this community, and one of the earliest settlers in this ptrt of the county. We extend our Bincerest sympathies. Miss Alice Beck, teacher of Pleas ant Valley school, will spend Christ mas vacation at her htme in Wichita, Kansas. Rev. Pennington of Liberal, had charee of the church services Tues day night. 'All enjoyed his sermon. CHRISTMAS PROCRAM AT TUCKER THEATER A program much out of the or dinary is to be presented at the Tucker theater Christmas, both mat inee and night. A large Christmas tree will be placed in the lobby. San ta Claus has sent word that he will close his 1922 campaign with a per sonal appearance and that he will have a box of candy for the kiddies. His treat for the older ones is Nor ma Talmadge in her greatest picture, "Smilin' Through." As an added at traction Mr. Mart Baker will sing "Smilin' Through," a song composed and dedicated to the picture. Make it a point to visit the Tucker Christmas day. Adv. Mrs. Floyd Heaton and little daugh ter were guests at the D. C. Wood home Tuesday. , C. C. Ragsdale of Gray was trans acting business here Tuesday. Kismet Klippihgs Red Musgrove is here from Min nealo. He came in the first part of the week and is now helping A. L. Light with his work. A. L. Light and family are mov ing, down near Liberal. . We under stand their children will go to school in Liberal. Mn. C. M. Kiddoo and Ferris and Bertha drove to Liberal Saturday to do Chrsitmas shopping. Jim Handy has been on the sick list, suffering from the flu, but is better at present Ferris Kiddoo took a truck load of chickens to Liberal Tuesday after noon. ( Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Davis left last week for a trip via Ford route to Missouri to visit Mr. Davis' parents. Mrs. J. W. Pinkerton has been suf fering from a severe attack of flu for the past week, but is much bet ter at present. Miss Blanche Jennison who has been visiting her friend, Mrs. Edgar Thompson, returned to her home in Superior Monday. Opal Olds of Plains is home for Christmas vacation from Windfield. The grade school teachers are giv ing a short program and will have a small Christmas tree in each room Friday afternoon. Mrs. John Beaver was called to Liberal Monday to attend the funeral of a sister who had died in a hospital in Missouri Little Maxine Beale is on the sick list. She was taken to Plains to see Dr. Davis Monday evening. Hattie Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Green of Kismet is suf fering with scarlet fever, and has missed almost a week of school. She is getting a long fine, and will be able to start in school after the holi days. R. C. Perry of Bucklin was in town part of last week transacting busi ness; also visiting at the H. D. Mas soni home. Mrs. Lola Withroder of Hutchinson and brother-in-law, Ed Withroder, of Plevna, also Jack Davis, cam out Tuesday' of last week from Hutch inson for a visit with Miss Hazel Mas son for a few days. Mr. Davis re turned to Hutchinson Thursday morning on No. 3l2. John Simonson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Simonson, southwest of FOSTER, UTZ & CO. Boot Shop We Wish Our Patrons and Friends A Merry Christmas i a RRYCHRIST IT "L-riv Our business since coming to Liberal has been high ly satisfactory and we are truly thankful for the dispo sition shown by the people of Liberal and vicinity to encourage new business people with their patronage. We are showing splendid lines of new House Slip pers for Gifts, as well as New Pumps and Oxfords, and while our stock is not yet as large as we expect to make it, there are many pleasing models on display. We, invite you to call and see our lines and get our prices. We believe we can show you something which will please you at a price you will realize is right. "Quality Shoes for the Whole Family" (Successors to Craig Shoe Co.) "GROCETERIA In the management of a business where the foremost thought is the reduction of overhead expenses, to give the patrons the benefit of the reduction of the H. C. L., the clerk hire and delivery expense, is the largest expenses which are to be overcome. In establishing the new "Groceteria, we have been able to overcome those excess ex? penses, and offer the buying public something that is seldom enjoyed in a town the size of Liberal. Take a basket and pass through the aisles, and select the groceries of your desires, without any suggestions, or persuasions from clerks. Below are listed a few prices which the alert housewife will at once perceive are lower than the prices which she has bas been paying: No. 1 Tomatoes 10c No. 1 Del Monte Peaches. .19c No. 1 Del Monte Apricots. 19c Large Jersey Corn Flakes . . 11c These corn flakes are a new product for 'this territory, but are much in fa vor where known. Mothers Aluminum Oats. .33c No. 5 Maple Flavor Syrup 40c No. 2 Pitted Red Cherries . . 29c Between Bakeries No. 2i2 Sliced Pineapple. 36c No. 1 Del oMnte Spinach. 16c No. 2 Del Monte Spinach 26c Small Jersey Corn Flakes. .8c No. 0 Ripe Olives. ...9c No .10 Prunes 57c No. 2 Fruit Salad. .... . . . .39c No.'l Salmon 16c North Lincoln "GROCETERIA" Many real bargainsin stock. Make us a visit. Store open from 8to 10 A .M. Christmas Day. town, was taken back to Liberal to the hospital to be re-operated upon. John was operated on last fall for ap pendicitis, but had been home for some two or three months, and did not gain his strength as he shoud, so it was decided the last few days to take him back. Miss Hazel Massoni, Mrs. Lola Withroder, Ed Withroder and Jack Davis drove to Liberal Wednesday evening, to take in the shows. Floy Louthan and family went out home with Ed Louthan's Saturday evening to stay over Sunday. ' There was quite a crowd in Kismet Saturday afternoon doing part of their Christmas shopping, despite the cold .disugreeable weather. A. G. Nutt who has been ailing for the past week is feeling some better and was able to go out home for a while Sunday to look after his stock, etc., at the farm. Miss Nora Mae Morris went to Lib eral Saturday to do Christmas shop ping. F. T. St. Aubyn and family and Miss Eva Cox drove to Liberal Sun day and visited at the Bob Evans home. The sister and little brother of Mrs. J. C. Benson who have been visiting here, left Sunday evening for their home near Topeka. J. V. Brown left Sunday evening for a few days in Hutchinson that he might look after business interests there. Mrs. Carl Akers, who has been suf fering with lumbago for some time is able to be up again and out over town. Chief Wyett who has been work ing on the farm for H. D. Massorfi, is spending the week in Liberal. Ferris Kiddoo carried the mail a few days for D. R. Green, while Mr. Green was helping care for his chil dren who have been on the sick list. Mrs. Lola Withroder and brother-in-law Ed, left Monday morning to drive through to Hutchinson. Jim McVey is now in Excelsior Springs being treated for rheuma tism. His mother reported Monday that he was no better so far. Mr. Card from Gate, Okla., was in Kismet Friday on business. G. L. Light and famiy of Liberal were visiting at the home of his bro ther, A. L. Light and -family Sunday. Millard Akers and family are her visiting with relatives and friends for Chrsitmas holidays. 1 Mrs. Ed Lingo and daughter leaves Friday for eastern Kansas to spend Christmas with home foks. Mrs. Eimina Hulbert will remain with her son, G. A. Bayha and fam ily until after Christmas, before re turning to her home at Laramie, Wyoming. Farm Loans We are making them in the Southwest Kansas and Northwest Oklahoma counties. Our rates and privileges will interest you. Get them. Inspector near. Quick closing. Moore & Franklin Smith Building, Phone 102 Liberal Warehouse Storage and Transfer Co. R. D. LOGUE, Mgr. Phone 338. Storage space for any requirements Truck for Country Hauling. Phont us to look after your freight and baggage. Our service will exceed your expectations B. C. McKeever of Plains was in Kismet installing a telephone at the Kismet Mill on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hess and daugh ters Ruth, Lula and Ona Mae came in from Rocky Ford, Colo., Tuesday noon for a visit with old friends and neighbors. Also to look after busi ness interests in and about Kismet. Mrs. Geo. Steffens is teaching in the Reece district until Christmas, and maybe all the term. Mrs. Carl Davis was substituting for the regu lar teacher, bht was called home to care for her husband who had pneu monia, about two weeks ago, and it was then that Mrs. Steffens began teaching. J. P. and EL H. Carber of Balko, Oklahoma, were Liberal traders this week. ' M.. H. Scandrett and Bert Dubois went to Hutchinson Tuesday eve ning on a short business visit Herbert Pate returned Tuesday to his home in Hutchinson after visit ing at the home of his sister, Mrs. O. W. England. Eyeglass Prices . We use only the best quality ground lenses. Lenses (Including fitting to your eyes) vary from $2.60 to f 16.00 per pair, accord ing to whether they are flat or toric, (curved), single vision lenses or bi-focals. Frames vary from 75 cents to $2.50 in Alum inco, from $2.00 to $5.00 in Gold Filled, from $7.00 to $18.00 for Solid. Gold. Combinations of frames and lenses including oar skill in fitting from $3.00 to $30.00, depending on your wishes and requirements. Dr. E. F. PEIXETTE Eyesight SpecailUt Osteopathia Pbysiciaa, People's Bank Bldg., Liberal, Kan. FOR SALE Practically new Ford Sedan. Inquire at Democrat office. I.