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Judge J. H. Reeder of Denver was
here Tuesday on leal business.
Mrs. and Kate Joslin went to Ellis
Sunday night for a short viBit.
. -Mr. John Dorney is here visiting his
sister Miss Gertrude.
Many thresher hands were in town
to spend Sunday.
It's the grocer's goods marked Lee
that sell quickly. -38-tf
Duck Bhooting can commence next
Tuesday, September first
Miss Retta Freese will again be the
cook at the Philip feast all next week.
j oxlo. kj. m.. lauey 01 Kansas uiiy,
I sister of Mrs. Mat Truan, is here on a
W t II m 11 m -rr .
Mr. Robben and family f Walker
were transacting business in our city
on M day.
Soda Water of Quality at Bare
ness'. 28-tf
Remember if you want to go gun
ning you must have a hunter's license
of the County Clerk.
Don't miss the free feed at. Philip's
store next week. The best of coffee
and cream biscuit.
Miss Beulah Bell attended the Ep
worth League convention at Plainville
last week.
Read the big advertisement of Philip
& Son and see the cooking utensils they
are giving away.
Two young ladies from Alexander,
in west Rush county, spent several
days here looking over our city.
One of the best investments about
this time of the year is a generous ad
vertisement in the Free Press.
Mrs. Wheat croft rented the Bannis
ter cottage, lately occupied by Mc
Mahon, on Normal Avenue and will
move there.
Miss Stone, the teacher of the Dis
trict School at our State Normal is
back from her vacation ready to meet
the kidlets of her room.
Remember a t Spratts' book store
they have all the school books you need
for this year's school work. Read
their new advertisement.
On account of the rain Sunday little
wheat came in on Monday but Tuesday
the roads in every direction were
crowded with teams hauling wheat.
Our old timer, Thomas Parker of the
Saline valley and now president of a
Cement works in eastern Kansas, was
here Tuesday shaking hands with
Next week our town will be full of
pretty girls in attendance at the state
Normal and our churches and Sunday
schools will again be well attended and
Farmer George Worth of the Schoen
gen neighborhood on the Smokey, re
ports some of his wheat threshing out
over SO bushels to the acre, $24 an
acre is surely good.
Lovers of hot biscuits. Come to our
store any day between August 31 and
September 5 and sample our coffee and
bbeuits perfectly baked in three min
utes in The Great Majestic Range.
Geo. PhiliD Son. 40-2t
TS South Chestnut Street Road.
At the last term of court the case
against Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas on
the road fight through their farm was
decided in favor of Thomas and a no
tice of appeal given but so sweeping
was the case of Monroe & Rea the ap
peal was net filed and at the court this
week the case was dismissed.
Now let the county go at it properly.
Let petitions be signed for a road and
let it be done legally, pay the parties
whose land is taken, a fair compensa
tion, and then all will be satisfied.
About 150 of the farmers living south
of the town who use the road, petition
ed for a road along the section line at
the west of Mr. Thomas but Mr. Bus
sard, very properly, wants pay for tha
land taken. Land adjoining town is
expensive .and requires good fences on
both sides of the roadway.
Fall Term of the State
Normal School
The fall term of thelNormal will open
Tuesday, Sept. 1. The office will be
open for enrollment of students on
' Friday, Saturday and Monday, August
28, 29 and 31.
The Model District School will open
on the same day as doea the Normal.
Parents who desire places for their
children in this school will do well to
notify the undersigned at the earliest
possible day. But a limited number of
children can be accomodated and we
hall probably be compelled to make it
a case of "first come, first served.
Pupils enroled last year will of course
have preference over all others.
- W. S. Piocen, principal Western
K acsai State Nomal School. .
Editor Brettle was in town on Tues-!
day seeing friends.
Rusty Schwaller expects to move in
to his new residence next week.
Ice Cream, pure and delicious, SodaB
and Sundaes at Harxness' . 28-tf
Miss Florence Disney spent the day
here Saturday with her many friends.
Hugo Kohl and Ralph Ward are
spending the week at the Behan ranch.
Come try our Sunday dinner. You
will enjoy it. Windsor Hotel.
RoBcoe Baumer and Oliver Robinson
went up to Ellis on 103 Saturday.
Attorney W. E. Saum was here on
Monday looking after his cases in our
"Dolly Varden" Chocolates at Hark
ness'. 22-tf
Attorneys Ira Lloyd of Ellsworth and
Beardsley of Russell argued motions in
the District Court Monday.
The news comes from Golden, Colo
rado, of the arrival of a baby girl at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Geh
man. Dr. MiddlekaufF has bought the lots
on north Chestnut Street adjoining his
residence, of Mr. Jensen, much improv
ing his property.
Don't take chances on food products
Use Lee Brand. 38-tf
Remember next Tuesday Sept. 1st
the tax sale comes off. Better see if
your property is in the list and pay up
to save more costs.
Mrs. John Troth received the sad
news last week from St. Louis, of the
death of her mother, Mrs. Brunke.
who visited her here some time ago.
Miss Moore, of Ness County, who
bought the cottage on west Second
Street adjoining John Nickles, was
here this week having it made ready
for occupancy.
Look for the brand on canned goods
and see that what you use bears the
Lee Trade Mark. 38-tf
Miss May Markey is expected back
the first of September from Kansas
City with supplies for the fall mjllinery
opening which is to take place on
September fifteenth.
The piano war is over. Bratt closed
out his stock to Spratt, the Salina men
to Jordan, while. Schultz handles the
Chicago instruments. Quite a number
of pianos were sold during the excite- j
A Dramatic Treat.
It in store for the people of Hays and
Manager McLain should be congratu
lated in securing such a popular com
pany as the Fearln-y Winder Co. for
our city. Their engagement is for six
nights, comnirm ng on Monday night
August 31.
In a few weeks the schools will begin
work again and wages this year will
be good; the school boards will expect
the teachers to give them good work
accordingly, so many teachers are de
voting this month to extra study.
A couple of hundred readers have
sent in their guesses on the Real Aga
tha; majority believing it is pretty No.
4. Watch and see which one is the
heiress to the twenty millions. They
are all pretty flirts.
Lightning during the storm of Wed
nesday afternoon struck the Farmer's
Elevator but did little damage. Thurs
day night a bolt struck the top corner
of the new elevator but simply knocked
the coping off. Two lucky escapes
from bad fires.
Democratic County Committee,
The Democratic Precinct Committee
men elect will please take notice that
there will be a meeting held at the
Court House on September 1, 1903 at 2
p. m. for the purpose of organizing the
County Democratic Committee, and to
elect o&oera for same, and transact
such other business as may come be
fore it. John Sohlver Chairman.
Dog Lost,
A large red setter dog. White stripe
in face, white paws, short tail. A re
ward paid for information sent to
P. J. Dean. Hays Ks. 42-lt
Meto41t ChmrcM.
A. N. Smith, Pastor.
Rev. U. S. Brown, District Superin
tendant, will be in the city Saturday
and Sunday. The second quarterly con
ference will be held at the church Sat
urday afternoon at 2:30. Rev. Brown
will preach Sunday at 11 o'clock and
the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will follow the sermon.
Union Services.
The Union service will be held in the
Lutheran Church on Sunday at 8 p. m.
Lutheran Church.
C F. Wiest, Pastor.
10 .-00 a. m. Sunday School.
. 11:00 a. m. Public Worship.
i:Q0 p. m. C E. Prayer Meeting,
taetening service on account of Un
ion Services.
8.-00 p. m. Wednesday. Prayer Meet
ing. .'
Yoo are cordially invited to these aer-.
Grainfield and Grinnell now boast of
uniformed bands. Why not Hays?
Miss Lizzie Troth is not expected
home until the middle of September.
Brettle is offering to sell his Ellis
Review printing office and will move
Drink Hires Root Beer out of the
keg, at Harkness' 23-tf
Mr. Pelham and family have returned
from their vacation trip and ready for
work at the Normal.
Many farmers got caught with their
loads of wheat coming to town on Wed
nesday during the heavy rain.
Mrs. George Grenell and daughter
left for home Tuesday morning after a
pleasant visit here with their relatives.
The floods this summer cost Rooks
County pretty well, the Commissioners
having to Bpend over $10,000 for new
The tables at the Windsor Hotel last
Sunday were crowded for dinner and
Saturday night every room was oc
cupied. The Russell paper seems to keep this
as a standing local : "Lincoln Ward of
Hays was visiting friends here last
Chas. Markey drove over from Great
Bend where he has been visiting his
brother. His niece Charlotte Markey
came with him.
The fountain pen found the owner.
Fred Miller. Free Press notices al
ways bring quick results for everybody
reads it.
Jonah Nulton has commenced the
erection of his new residence opposite
the Presbyterian parsonage in the
south-east part of the city.
The new residence of James Behan
progresses nicely and will be a pretty
place. Early s new cottage also; both
will be an improvement to the north
west part of our city.
Prof. J. H. Beach of Greensburg,
Kiowa county, who is to teach in our
State Normal school, has arrived with
his family and moved into the Bannis
ter cottage on Normal Avenue.
W. H. Snyder made a business trip
to Ellis Saturday evening. He has
bought the Ellis Review-Headlight and
will give that city an excellent paper
as he is a first class printer.
The neighbors of Mrs. Richard
Brumitt of north Saline, (22 men and
10 te ams) turned out last week and
stacked her 20 tons of millet and cut
and put up 10 acres of prairie hay,
thereby showing their sympathy for
her recent bereavement.
M rs. Bannister moved this week to
her new home in the Ohio house which
is now ready for Normal students, pa
pered and painted, span clean and a
nice Tiome for the ladies and with the
Philip lawn for croquet and ball playing
ft will prove a pleasant place for stu
For Sale,
One Lakeside Organ for sale cheap.
Good as new. Apply to C. W. Bell,
Hays, ansas.
Next week the parents of the new
students for our state Normal will be
here to look up a boarding place for
their children and our citizens should
have our city looking its prettiest by
fixing up their lawns, trimming the
h artrine branches of their trees. With
our schools, churches, good sidewalks,
an abdndanee of shade trees, big
sto res and nice residences our city now
has the reputation of being one of the
prettiest m the west.
Mr. Maughmer lately from ElHs, who
bought the Lester barber shop, says
his neighborhood should be called Phon
ograph Avenue, one neighbor having a
Columbia to the right of him, an Edison
to the left of him, Victors in front of
him volley and thunder. He is dinned
at by band and bell, piano houses all
round as well, till his. head begins to
swell with the variety of melody. He
invites your patronage.
For Sale.
Three 5 room cottages; Two 3 room
cottages; One 5-acre lot close to town.
For terms see John C. Addn3. 23-tf
John Schlyer Son's have on display
at their warehouse a wheat storage
tank which has attracted considerable
attention. The tank is made of gal
vanized iron and is so constructed that
it can easily be moved to any location
desired. After it is filled a circular roof
fits snugly over the top of the tank and
the wheat, corn or whatever grain it
may be is safe not only from bugs and
rats, but also from moisture. The tank
has a series of spouts and when the
farmer desires to haul a load of wheat
to town he drives his wagon alongside
of the tank and opens a slide. The
tank bin is filled in the same manner.
It can be set up in the field and the
wheat can will receive the wheat direct
from the separator. The cost of the
.tank is said .to be less than the
COSt Of Si fckk
Another shower during Thursday
The Philip family have returned from
their Colorado vacation.
Miss Pearl Joslin returned Monday
morning from her visit in Ellis.
E. C Flood came down from Ellis,
Monday for the meeting of the District
Dolly Varden Chocolates at Hark
ness. .10, .35 and .65. 28-tf
Miss Ida Solomon, who has been
visiting in Ellis, returned Tuesday
A car load of posts have arrived for
more fencing at tne HiXperiment
Typewriter for sale.
Inquire at This Office.
A very heavy, dashing rain, over H
inches, fell here on Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Queenie Cox Wilson of Grinnell
is here on a visit to her relatives and
friends. " "
G. R. Wolfe of Ellsworth is here
helping his son in the carpenter busi
ness. Prof. Lee Light, of the public school,
and wife have returned from their
western -trip.
Thursday evening a little baby girl
came to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank King.
Mrs. Rowlicson and daughters are
back from their Nebraska trip and
ready for their Normal boarders.
Don't miss getting the Daily-
Star Times. See notice. This
is the last week of the offer.
The father and sister of Hugh Braley
arrived from Missouri Thursday to visit
friends here.
Word comes that Matthews, Kent
and the other teachers of the Normal
will be here by Monday.
Henry Hoff left Tuesday night on his
trip to his old home in Switzerland. Be
back in a couple of months.
Mr. and Mrs. Wheatcrof t of NessJCo.
were here this week looking up a resi
dence and may locate here permanently.
Miss Annette Foster had a nice va
cation and is home again ready to teach
the. other teachers at the Normal, how
to teach. ;
You don't need to go to the mountains
for snow and ice. Big hailstones fell
in Hays, Kansas August 26, 1908 and
boating is fine.
Mrs. Phil Mock of the Saline valley
and her son were in town Thursday, her
first visit in five years. The young
man comes to our State Normal.
Secure your seats at the regular place
and secure them early for the Fearnley
Winder Company, who open a six
nights engagement at the Opera House
next Monday night.
We want every item of local inter
est we can get. Our telephone num
ber is 12. If you have any item of in
terest, call us up.
Julius Walkenstein and daughter, and
her friend, Mrs. Thos. Gleason, of Ellis
visited our city Wednesday; then Mr.
Walkenstein accompanied his daughter
to Detroit.
Miss Georgie Virmond, for several
years assistant principal of the Ells
worth high school, will teach mathe
matics in the Norton County high
school this year. Ellsworth Messenger
Prairie chicken time is from Septem
ber 15 to October 15 but some are
hunting them now. A careful watch is
being kept, requests have been made
of farmers who hear shooting to inves
tigate and any illegal shooting will be
rigidly prosecuted.
Meals at all hours. We have not gone
out of the hardware business but during
the first week of September we will
serve meals at all hours. Everybody
welcome. Geo. Philip A Son. 40-2t
Ti Hays Catholic College.
The Catholic College will open for
the fall term on Monday, September 14
in their new and handsome stone school
building opposite their church, and will
give a thorough classical and commer
cial training, having three depart
ments, classical, commercial and gram
mar while' a musical course of piano or
violin will also be given those desiring
it. They are getting out a neat school
announcement and, if interested, you
should send and get a copy.
Do You Want to Sell
Your Farm?
If so kindly send me a full description
and your price. have buyers
here in eastern Kansas whom I am
bringing to your country every two
weeks and selling land. I have im
mediate buyers for quarter sections.
and one-half sections. Don't wait but
send me a description of your land to
day. My commissions are reasonable.
. . LI cQ nary, Jr. S Go.;
Real Estate Loan Investment Co
Kansas Gity Star.
We have always wanted our farmers
to have plenty of reading matter, want
them now especially to keep posted on
the campaign.
We have made special arrangements
with the Kansas City Star en we can
send . to our farmer subpcribers the
daily Star, daily Times and the Sunday
Star 15 papers a week, from now un
til November 30 for only
One Dollar.
If you live on the rural route you pet
the paper f?eliverel in your box pt only
the one dollar, or if you come to town
you can have it put in your P. O box.
Send or bring us the $1 and pet all the
political news and results, all the bier
speeches, and the general news for
three months for only a little over a
bushel of wheat. The Free Press.
Demonstrations of The Great Majes
tic Ranges. Duriner the first week of
September we will serve coffee and
biscuits baked brown on top and bottom
in three minutes in The Great Majestic
Range. Geo. Philip & Son. 40-2
A Popular Organization.
The Fearnley Winder Company of
players will open a six nights engage
ment in our city on Monday nierht,
August 31 presenting a repertoire of
up-to-date successes in the dramatic
and comedy world. On the opening
night they will present that popular
comedy drama of English life, "Woman
Against Woman." This is the origin
al version of this famous play and must
not be confounded with several other
plays that have been produced under
this title. Particular attention must
be called to the illustrated songs, sung
by Mr. Winder, the English tenor, and
the singing Baby Hortense, the clever
child artist. This company will play at
popular prices and seats will be found
on sale at the usual place.
'If it isn't an Eastman, it isn't a
kodak." Harkness has kodaks and
supplies. 21 -tf
Per Line.
Eye and Far Surgeon.
Dr. M. Jay Brown, the Salina eye
and ear specialist will fill his regular
monthly date in Hays on MONDAY,
SEPT. 14 Will be at the Bsunswick
Hotel. 34-2t
Well Drilling.
I am now located in Hays, prepared
to drill wells. Call up number 271 or
New Meat Market-
I have opened up the Johnson Butch
er shop on north Main street and will
sell you the best of meets at the lowest
prices, see or pnone me. di-zi
Roy Thomas.
Souvenir Spoons.
H. C Schultz has just received a
new line of sterling silver souvenir
spoons: one of these contains a picture
of the new Normal building finely etched
in the bowl, the other is a birth spoon
and contains the month, flower and
motto. As each month has its birth
stone so also does it have its flower.
Call and see these spoons at Schultz's.
Prices Reasonable. 38-tf
Robinson's barn, Hays, Ks.
every S71TURD71Y
Dr.J. E. WJ2TTS f
Veterinary Dental Specialist 9
Dentistry: Side Liners, Bolt
ers and Hard Pullers on the Bit
made to drive on an easy line. All
irregularities of the teeth remov
ed without injury to the horse or
confining him in any manner.
Horses' Teeth,
The cause of numerous diseases 9
and disagreeable habits, ft
Am that's the
Baking Powder
Light, Sweet
Flour Foods.
16-oz. Can 25c
SOLP PY AL.L caocEns
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Guaranteed All Wool,
q My Fall and Winter
is now ready.
Orders can now be
I A. Me
Mr. & Mrs. Zeigler
VAVf kppn Kaolr past
visited the largest of the in
wholesale stores and
saw beautiful goods. j-j
Watch for the notice.
in tins raner when the
goods arrive and our
display ready. Don't
miss it. .
ays City
is the place to buy your Schools.
Books and School supplies.
About one ton received this week.
I have the County Agency for State Text Books.
Also handle ALL the Books and Supplies for both
the Normal School and Catholic College.
Don't forget the Place.
First door north of Post Office.
Phone No. 96.
J. H. S
$75,(Q) TO LOAN
Farmers if you need any money
Marvest Expenses
don't fail to call on the
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If you have a house to sell
or rent, if you have a farm
to rent or sell let me find you a
customer. Believe
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Reliable Woolens
placed for delivery at your
your GAIN, as my constant-
They have bought
the handsomest ever brought
to Hays, all styles and prices
will be reasonable. Come
inspect the goods.
Remember our store is.
the Largest in Hays City,
Our prices low as the lowest.
Come see our goods before
buying elsewhere.
Book store
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