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THE HAYS FREE PRESS, THURSDAY, JUNE 9,-1921.
g LOCAL NOTES o Harry Felten is in Kansas City. Jack Nicholson was here from Ellis, Tuesday. It is reported that Harry Bartell has purchased a residence in Ellis, and that his family will move there as soon as he can obtain possession. Prof. Rankin is having his new house painted. G. W. Meyer i home again from the St. Anthony's Hospital, having undergone an operation. He is re covering slowly after a four weeks seige. . The Court House officers will play the College Faculty nxt week. Everybody ought to see the game. Lost. A diamond bar pin between the Normal and town. .Finder return to 430 Juniata street .and receive re ward. Jos. H. Leiker and family were in Ellis county attending the funeral of his sister, Monica, who died the first of this week. Get your auto tops covered first door east of O'Loughlin's Garage. Children's sewing wanted. Mrs. A. V. Clark, Phone 489. Mrs. Frank Fields has gone on a vacation trip to Kansas City to visit friends, and to Eastern Kansas to vist home folks. Roy Wentworth and wife have leased the W. F. Bunker rooming house. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Matt Dinges, Friday, June 3. Mares and mules for sale. Will sell on terms to suit purchaser. John O'Loughlin. Get your auto tops covered first door east of O'Loughlin's Garage. Frank Motz and J. B. Lawrence of the Lyons Republican, have bought the Geneseo (Kans.) Journal, twelve miles north of Lyons, and will now run both papers. Alfred Meyer is back from Penn sylvania. Hugo Kohl is home from Kansas University for the summer vacation. Harry Felten, Jr., and Gilmore ann are home from Manhattan, where they have been attending school. Kafir corn and cane seed and a few bushels of millet for sale at John O'Loughlin's Garage. A man from Concordia is con templating establishing a candy kitchen in Hays. R .A. Wilson, operator at the U. P. depot, has purchased a new Maxwell automobile. Mr. Curry moved to his new home in the Oldham bungalo on East Nor mal Avenue, last week, and they are now "at home" to their friends. Now is FAN TIME and Ward & Bissing are prepared to supply the needs of the citizens of Hays with Electric Fans of any size at a reason able price. Wilfred Wann is home from Har vard University for the summer vaca tion. Walt Miles has purchased a lot ' from C. W. Reeder, near the Normal. Walt has purchased a building at Catherine which he will move on the lot and fix up in modern style. Now is FAN TIME and Ward & Bissing are prepared to supply the needs of the citizens of Hays with Electric Fans of any size at a reason able price. In the B npHE quality of the banking support you A receive is of prime importance. If your bank is to serve you well, it must itself have as this bank has the facilsties of the greatest Banking organization in the world the Federal Reserve System. First National Bank HAYS - " v- Judge Purcell held court in Hays, Monday, and disposed of several de- fault cases. C. M. Hohnquist visited Victoria and Walker, Monday, on legal busi ness. Mr. J. K. Mullen of Denver, who owns the Hays mill and elevator and several other properties of the same kind along the U. P. road, was here this week. Francis J. Leiker of Munjor, who was attending the Dental School at St. Louis, Mo., is at home spending his vacation with his father, J. J. Leiker. While at Hays, he visited at the home of R. A. Leiker. , Mrs. Monica Leiker, wife of Mr. Peter Leiker of Antonino, died at the Hays hospital this week, and was buried at Antonino, Kansas. The Lutheran Aid Society will meet in the Sunday School room of the ; church, next Thursday, June 16th. Kitchen Range. For sale, a Ma jestic range with warming oven. In fine condition. Can be seen at old Methodist Parsonage, 205 E. Normal Ave. Phone 190 before coming. Methodist Church. The road running north from Mun jor, to the Union Pacific Highway is a dandy. This is a great helR to the people of Munjor, for it is the center road to market for Hays and Toulon. It is a great improvement for the town, since they have well graded streets, sidewalks and many other im provements. W. F. Bunker and family left Tuesday, for their trip to the far west. His outfit consisted of a sedan, a Chevrolet carry-all and a Ford Ford touring car. They expect to be absent two years. The "Do What You Can" class of the M. E. Sunday School will have a Food Sale at Nickles' store Saturday afternoon, beginning at 1 o'clock. Object: Little chairs for primary de partment. There will be a Picnic at the Hya cinth Church, Tuesday, June 14th. Dinner and supper will be served. The attractions will consist of Music, Wild West show, Ball Game, Bowling Alley, Shooting Galleries, and amuse ments of all kinds. Owing to the high water and floods in Western Kansas and eastern Colo rado, the Missouri Pacific and Santa Fe trains to Denver are running on the Union Pacific tracks. Children's sewing wanted. Mrs. A. V. Clark, Phone 489. Mrs. Ida M. Kirkland, a former resident of Hays, who has been living in California for a year or more, has moved to Idaho. Her friends here can address her at Payette, Idaho' care of Chas. Rich. One of the school girls left her parasol at the Farmers State Bank, the first of the week. It was turned over to I. J. Rupp for safe keeping. The cashier says" the young lady can have the parasol and the young man too, by calling at the bank. For Sale Or will trade for good mares. One new 4-bottom, automatic lifit, 14-inch engine, Canton gang plow. Also one J. I. Case second hand gas tractor. W. A. Eppler, Box 33, Ellis, Kansas. m27t4 Mis Ethel Shutts, after a brief visit in the mountains and with relatives at Russell Springs, has returned home for the summer vacation. She has been teaching High School work in one of the consolidated schools of Colorado near Pueblo, and tells some very interesting facts regarding the large consolidated schools and their work in that location. HI usinessTug o'War' KANSAS Small House For Sale. The small brown house, No. 307 W. .Normal Avenue, is offered for sale- to the highest bidder. Right to accept or re ject is reserved. Address G. A. Bald win, Sec'y, 205 E- Normal Ave., Hays. Lost. A black silk messaline skirt, supposed to have been lost on East Juniata street. Finder please leave at this office. For Sale. Iceless Refrigerators, National steam pressure cookers. Agents wanted. J. F. Jordan. Wanted. Two or-three rooms on quiet street where there isn't much dust. Apply at this office. Lost. Lower part of Waterman Fountain' Pen, at the Normal or east from Normal on Juniata street. Find er please notify Mrs. J. F. Jordan. We have in the vicinity of Hays a piano partly paid for, party moving and we are compelled to take piano back. Bargain to person paying bal ance due on it. Also new Player Piano and records. Write Means Music Co., 305 East 10th St., Kansas City, Mo. For Sale A number of high grade and pure bred Percheron hroses, 3 to 5 years old. Time given. Geo. E. Palmer. NORMAL SCHOOL NOTES President W.,A. Lewis went to To peka, Monday evening, to attend a meeting of the State Board of Educa tion. The enrollment at the Normal School had reached 800 when we went to press today (Thursday.) Mrs. Malloy gave a violin recital for the student assembly on last Wednesday morning, and Miss Lula McKee's story-telling class gave the program on Friday morning. Last Friday evening the Y. W. C. A. directed a reception in the Sheri dan Coliseum for the Summer School students. The Normal School gardens are looking fine, and the abundance of natural moisture so far this year has made irrigation unnecessary. The International Harvester Com pany has one of its trucks with a Wayne body on exhibit at the Normal School. This equipment was placed here at the request of the Rural Edu cation Department for the benefit of the students who expect to work, in Consolidated Schools. Professor Malloy, head of the De partment of Music at the Fort Hays Normal School, is organizing a chorus among the Summer School students, and will give some choral production before the close of the Summer School. ' The Senior Class repeated their play for the benefit of the Summer School students on last Tuesday even ing. The play was a three-act comedy entitled "The Arrival of Kitty," and was well presented.' Even though the enrollment at the Normal School, this year, is consider ably larger than ever before, there has been little difficulty in finding rooming acommodations for the stu dents. This is the resultof the co- 1 operation between the Chamber of Commerce, the citizens of Hays, and the authorities at the Normal School. There are many Sisters of Charity enrolled in the Normal School this summer. 'These include represent atives of the Sisters of Saint Agnes, the Sisters of Saint Joseph, the Sis ters of the Precious Blood, and the Domnican Sisters. j Miss Emma Wilson, County Super-! intendent of Finney County, and Miss Maued Gorham, principal of the Hoi- j comb Consolidated High School, are ! doing work in the Summer School, j this year. Honorable W. P. Harrington, Re presentative of Gove County in the 1921 Legislature, is a student in the Fort Hays Kansas Normal School, this summer. The number of city superintend ents and high school principlas who are doing work at the Fort Hays Kan sas Normal School this summer, is a noticable factor in this summer ses sion. The activities at the Normal School during the summer will include a fine series of lectures by noted speakers an deducators. Emanuel Sternheim will give a series of six lectures on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, July 18, 19, 20. President D. W. Kurtz of McPherson College will give a series of six lectures on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, July 12, 13, 14. Dr. E. H. Lindley, Chancel lor of the University of Kansas, Governor Henry J. Allen, Superin tendent W. S..Heusner of Salina, and. Superintendent L. W. Mayberry of Wichita, are also scheduled for ad dresses before the summer school body. All the lectures will be open to the citizens of Hays. Announce Substantial Reduction in the Price of Their Cars Effective June 8th Golden Belt Amto Co, ALEX SCHUELER, JR., Mgr. Phone 475 ' - Hays, Kansas o: is necessary to all advancement. It is for use in community betterment and progress and stands for better homes, better roads, schools, churches, industries. And co-operation and confidence is the basis of all credit. Your support today, a consistent con nection here, will assure the accom modation you may later need. HAYS, Lost. On the streets of Hays, Sunday morning, a lady's seven jeweT Elgin gold bracelet watch. A re ward will be given for its return to this office. UNION PACIFIC TIME TABLE EAST BOUND No. 102 departs 12:06 a. m. No. 104 " 8:10 a. m. No. 170 " 11:11 a. m. No. 152 " 8:10 a. m. Loc. Frt. WEST BOUND No. 119 departs 2:49 a. m. No. 169 " 12:18 p. m. No. 103 ' 8:58 p. m. No. 151 '" 1:10 p. m. Loc. Frt. A. W. NOBLE, Agent. a Brothers KANSAS James Truan was here from near Walker, Monday. RESOLUTION OF THANKS At a regular meeting of D. M. Vance Post No. 2, Department of Kansas, Grand Army of the Republic, held June 2nd, 1921, the following resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the thanks of the Post are due and are hereby extend ed to the Knights of Columbus band, to the young ladies of the Parochial school, to Mr. Malloy and his quar tette, to Miss Gladys Copeland, to the American Legion and to all others who assisted in the observance of Memorial Day. M. Haffamier, F. E. McLain, Adj't Commander.