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THE HAYS FREE PRESS. THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1921
m 8K85nKft303SC I OCAI wfjxrc . S Harry "Grass and family of La Crosse, were Hays visitors this week. The Boulder Creamery Co., of Colorado, will open in about ten days, a modern up-to-date Cream Station in rooms just east of the Haffamier garage. Dodge City on July 1st, became a first class postoffice and the only one between Hutchinson and Pueblo. The receipts the past year were over ai quarter of a million dollars. O. J. Brown, the Iten cracker man, is home with a new Dodge car in which to make his route Mr. Bob Mulloy came over from! Lincoln, Saturday, and is visiting with friends in Hays. Mrs. Pernoad and granddaughter, Josephine Hennerich, left Monday night, for St. Louis, called there by the illness of Dr. O. A. Hennerich. Mrs. Harry A. Kendall came to. Hays, Wednesday night, to visit her mother, Mrs. Pearl J. Garrett, before leaving for her new home in Albu querque, New Mexico. Mrs. Gertrudej Hemm and little daughter are here from Missouri, vis iting her mother, Mrs. Mary Ryan, and sister, Miss Anna Ryan. Mrs. Pearl J. Garrett and her daughter, Mrs. Harry A. Kendall, left for Dorrance, Friday morning, to spend a few days with Mrs. Garrett's daughter, Mrs. Wenzel Fremmel. For Rent. Seven room stuccoed house, electric lights, city water in kitchen, new and varnished floors in five rooms. H. E. Baier, Phone 49 1R They asked only $1.50 admittance at Fort Dodge to see one motor-cycle race on the Fourth. George J. Woodward returned from Lawrence on Tuesday. He reports that Mrs. "Woodward recovered from the operation at the Lawrence hos pital and is now convalescing at her! mother's home in Topeka. The baseball game between Hays and Victoria on July 4th, resulted in a score of 3 to 4 in favor of Hays. The game was played between showers. Dr. B. Anderson of Victoria, was here Tuesday night on professional business. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eby, Wed nesday morning, July 6th a son. The Eby's live in the E. W. Hill residence on West Normal Avenue, having re cently moved here from Larned. For Sale. All of my household furniture, including dining room, living room and kitchen furniture. Phone 374. Mrs. Roy Lenoch. i When Better Service is Possible We'll Deliver it A. E. LONG ANDY S. BROADDUS IT ONG - JLj LIVE STOCK COMMISSION COMPANY KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS We Have Made Good We are Making Good Your business, large or small, is thoroughly appreciated "REAL LIVE SERVICE STATION" FOR INDEPENDENT STOCKMEN JLP MEMBER1 What Trade with South j America leans I What can appeal more to the imagination thanjthe I mysteries of foreign trade? - And yet, in the past, we 1 have been almost content to let them remain unsolved. To-day, a new era is beginning. We are entering the for- 1 eign field and taking our rightful place in it. Banking and trade must go hand in hand and the Federal Reserve i System is the basis of the financial structure which must i be created. g First National Bank HAYS L Mrs. Mabel Johnson returned. f rom j i a two weeks vacation with her parents at WaKeeney. i Little Helen Francis Bice came over from Plainville to spend the Fourth with her grandparents, lip and Mrs. Frank Bice. Mr. and Mrs. Neeley of Minneapolis are visiting at the home of Peter Johnson, Sr. W. M. McKnab of Winfield, Kan sas, pased through the city, Wednes day, enroute for WaKeeney. Mrs. Estalee Westbrook is expect ing a visit from her daughter, Mrs. Minnie Monroe of Florence. Ralph W. Bemis and family of Codell, spent the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bemis in this city Mr. Ralph Lee returned home Tues day morning, from his vacation trip to Colorado. Mrs. Lee and daugh ter, Marjorie, will remain in Colorado another month. While there Marjorie is having her eyes treated by a Den ver specialist. The beautiful lawn of Edwin W. Hill, on West Normal avenue, was the scene of much gaiety last Tues day evening, when a party of young people, about twenty in number, mostly students from the Fort Hays Normal, met by invitation of Mr. Hill, to have a good time. The young peopl were chaperoned by Mrs. Glenn Eby. Old fashioned games and music were the order of the evening; a light luncheon of watermelon and cake was served. Those present pronounce Ed Hill a prince of enter tainers. Mrs. OE. Malmberg and son, Carl, returned home Sunday night, from Kansas City, where they have been with Mr. Malmberg who is in a hos pital there, the past six weeks. They report Mr. Malmberg is getting along fine and expects to be home in about two weeks. Mrs. Malmberg will take up her class of music students next week. All who wish to take piano les- sons may call on her or phone her. More than 16,000 square feet of floor space will be filled with poultry and pet stock exhibits at the Kansas State Fair which will be held at Hutchinson, Septembr 17th to 23rd inclusive. FOR SALE One McCormick combined harvest er used last year. One good wagon. One.Saunders 5 disc plow. J. I. Case 26-48, Separator 15-27. J I. Case tractor, slightly used will sell at a bargain. Two 4-bottom Emerson plows at a bargain. One 3-bottom Janesville plows, slightely used for sale cheap. John O'Loughlin. ROBT. B. PERRY BEN W. PERRY PER Y n KANSAS For Sale. Good cook stove, sani-j tary couch, and bed . springs. Mrs. j Jacob Bissing, 405 S. Ash. J. F. Harman, a St. Louis dry goods salesman, spent the Fourth in the city. One of Cashier Fred Arnhold's lit tle girls was painfully injured in the right hand, Saturday night. The two 'girls were playing around the coupe. One was in he car and the smaller was on the outside. The little hand was in the door when the door was shut hastily and the injury followed. Adaline and Helen Blake are visit ing relatives and friends in Salina, Brookville and Carniero, during their vacaton. The Rev. Mr. Rex of Freeport, Ill inois, will occupy the pulpit of Trin ity Lutheran Church next Sunday. For Sale. A twenty h. p.Nichols & Shepard double sylinder steam en gine. Wm. Johnson. Mayor Andrew J. Dreiling and fam ily of Victoria, were among the Fourth of July visitors. S. M. Enfield and family went to Wichita, this Thursday, on a visit to home folks. ' Miss Mildred Nickles from Abi lene, is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Havemann. I. M Hossler from Chapman, spent the week end at the H W. Chittenden home. Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Normal stu dents, have moved into the Keller apartments on East Juniata street. Mrs. Evans was formerly Miss Frieda Helms of Lanley, Kansas. Charles A. Hanson of WaKeeney, spent the Fourth in Hays. Dr. Betthauser this week, purchas ed a new Hupmobile touring car of J. P. Bissing. A crap game at or near Yocemento, Wednesday, resulted in . a shooting scrape. One man is in jail, another in the hospital here suffering from a shotgun wound; the third man, who is also wounded, is being taken care of at Ellis. Dr. Chas. Little of Omaha, Nebr., has been visiting his sister, Mrs. J. M. Wiesner He left Wednesday night, for his home at Omaha . Mrs. John P. Harrington and her husband visited with Mrs. J." M. Wies ner, this week. Mrs Harringto is a sister of Mrs. Wiesner. ' Grace and Margaret Mahoney of Russell, visited Mrs. J. M. Wiesner, this week. For Sale. One second-hand Maj estic range. Inquire of Thomas Car rick. A large crowd attended the dance at the K. of C. Hall, Wednesday night. of the business end of Mr. Winters'" Power Plant bonds recently voted by th City,, to the Columbian Title & Trust Co., of Topeka. ' Henry Winters and family left for Rochester, Minn., Thursday night of last week. George Grass has charge The City has soldthe Water and hardware store during his absence. H. E. Malloy and wife went to Hutchinson,, last week, to visit his brother, A. C. Malloy. The dates for the Golden Belt Fair are September 27, 28, 29 -and 30 Save your big pumpkins, groom your horses, fatten the pigs, etc., and get ready for the event. Sewing Wanted. Mrs. O. F. Jones, 109 East Sheridan Street, Phone The Smith Land Co. recently sold the Anton Shoemaker 160 to Alex Hertel for $12,800. H. C. Markel has recently purchas ed a Buick Six touring car. The Ellis County Teachers' Insti tute which has Jbeen in session the past four weeks, closed last week and tachers' examinations were held last Friday. Wednesday, A. C. Malloy, brother of H. E. Malloy of the Fort Hays Kansas' Normal, was re-elected Pres ident of- the Hutchinson Country Club. The Kansas City and Topeka pa pers bf Thursday tell in their Assoc iated Press, news of a reduction of twenty per cent in price of steel rails and products for July 16th. This means a saving of over $70,000 to the Golden Belt Railroad in its estim ated cost of rails, spikes and other iron to be used in building the road the coming year. Harry Freese received word Mon day morning, of the safe, arrival of Mrs. Alice Freese GuiTbert and her husband, at their destination in Cali fornia, Saturday. - The Hawks children Freda, Car rie, Charles, and Johnny, entertained a number of their little frinds at their home on East Juniata street, Saturday afternoon. Games were played, and refreshments consisting of sandwiches, ice cream and cake, were served. The little folks report a very enjoyable time. Those pres ent were: La von Corwin, Fay Cor win, Inez Corwin, Hazel Solomon, Grace Solomon, Mildred Hart, Gar land Yarbrough, Helen Cowan, Chas. Vealy, Rosa Altman, Johnny Eich husch", Carl Eichbusch and Terry Eichbusch. Mr. and Mrs. C. G Cochran are visiting in New York. While there Mr Cochran attended the big fight last Saturday George Philip, Jr., and family are in Kansas City, this week. Clarence V. Clark was up from Sa lina, the Fourth, and dined with home folks. Frank Brown and family were also here from Ellis, visiting the Clark family. Mr. Arthard returned Saturday from a business trip to Oakley. Joe Bissing says Ed Hill will buy a Hupmobile coupe when he purchases a car, instead of a Ford as stated in last week's Free Press. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Clark, at Spearville, Kansas, Friday, July 1, 1921, a son Russell Eugene, weight 11 pounds. "Hello, red-faced little feller. Whit you doin' here? Onefist stoppin' up your yeller. Other in your ear. Feet a-kickin in the air. -Slobbers on your chin: &ighty scanty head o hair Don't you ever srin T Lots o room which way you turn World seems bisr to you: Lots o things you have to learn. Lots o' things to do. Live your life clean day by day. Courage all the while; Make old Sadness keeo away By a happy snv'e '! RAILROADS MOVE SLOWLY Some people think the building of the Golden Belt Railroad out in this and the adjoining counties moves awfully slow, and they grow im patient, yet since July 1st the Santa Fe railroad announces its program of the coming year of 1922, and the ONLY road they propose to build will be a branch line in southwest Kan sas, to be known as the Satanta Branch, as announced at the General Offices of the Company in Hutchin son. The Missouri Pacific General office anonunces that . their program for 1922 includes a branch from the Larned-Conway Springs line of twenty-four miles into Colorado; McPher son to Marquette, a distance of twelve mifes; Hartner to Beaver in Okla homa, so it shows railroad building is going along WHERE NEEDED; but they have to take months to make all of their arrangements, surveys, contracts for materials, and all rail roads plan months ahead. The Inter urban from Hutchinson and Wichita to run to Salina is under way in the preliminaries, surveys being made material assembled and they have been at it two years, but the grading will not commence until this fall, to be completed in 1922. So it is with this talked of Golden Belt crowd. They have been at it seven months now, have been in the hands of the Inetrstate for their ap proval several - months, but at home the preliminary work goes right along, finding out about right-of-way, term inal grounds, material and everything ready to jump as quick as the Inter state says YES; and this week the managers have a letter from Con gressman White, who is. doing every thing possible to aid in getting the road for his and the Seventh District, saying that "he ahd Congressman Tichnor of the Hutchinson-Great Bend district, last week, had a con ference with the Chairman of the Interstate and the Judge who have charge of the case. Mr. Tichnor made a splendid speech showing them the importance and necessity of building the road for this section and the farm ers and got the assurance that they believed the road should be built ; the petition would be acted on shortly." So both Congressmen feel that it will be granted, and word is expected most any day. The managers feel it will. In Secretary Freese's. yard is a big tent for the use of Director Jacobs and his gang as headquartesr if Hays wants the road and the Reservation grants the permission to cross to get to Hays, and will be moved at once to the terminal grounds on the east side of town when determined, or be taken to Great Bend terminal for use of Director Kossuth there if the work starts there first, and as quick as the permission comes the Charter will go into Topeka: the Board will meet and reorganize tinder the Charter, bids for material asked, the right-of-way men will start out, and it is hoped it will soon then make a showing, as the 'the - Farmer's iewp8!if We pride ourselves on an intimate knowledge of the fanner's needs, touching on all agricultural pursuits. Your future success as a farmer largely depends upon-your selection of a bank. This bank can and does help the far mer to the very limit of its ability. HAYS, Bond Petitions and the Interstate re quire it must be completed by NOV EMBER 1st, 1922. That the wait has been a fortunate Godsend to the Golden Belt is the fact that rails, ties, timber and other material are down twenty per cent from the prices obtained last winter and sent to the Interstate with the application, as they required. Here's Hoping! THE CHURCHES First Baptist Church H. Mac D. Thompson, Pastor. Bible School at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. The subject of the morning sermon will be "My Influence on the World." Junior and Intermediate Union at 7:00 p. m. Miss Flossie Clemmons will leasi the B. Y. P. U. Evening Worship at 8 p. m. Theme of the evening sermon, "Misfits." The Ladies' Sextett will sing at the j i morning service. Mrs. L. A. Harrison of Ellis, will sing at the evening service. You are cordially invited. Methodist Episcopal Church Glenn A. Baldwin, pastor. A one hour combined League and Church service Sunday evening, be ginning at 7:30. Out of doors if weather permits. Sermon subject, ave The man who is willing to give you his time is the one who invariably gets your busi ness. The officers and employees of this bank are ready arid willing to give you their time ahd advice on all-financial matters it is your business to take advantage of the service we offer. Come and see us. - TIERS' STATE :B AMC Capital' Vmd Surnlus S60.GG0.G0 KANSAS "The Father's Care of His Children," fifth in the series on the Lord's Prayer. The members of the W. F. M. S., the Young Woman's Auxiliary and the Student Isabella Thoburn Auxil iary will have a program and supper at the church next Monday, July 11. The business meeting of the W. F. M. S. will be held at three o'clock in the afternoon. The D. W. C. Class met at the home of Mrs. A. L. Hallstead Thursday afternoon of last week for a social time This class is pursuing a special course of study in its Sunday work, the text now followed being, "The Training of the Devotional Life." QTPAMn RAMWFP UFFK JULY 10 TO 16, INCLUSIVE SUNDAY, JULY 10. MARY MILES MINTER in "JENNY BE GOOD." ' MONDAY and TUESDAY, JULY 11 and 12. Maurice Tourneur's "THE FOOLISH MATRONS." Concluding: Episodes of our Wonder Serial, "THE MOON RIDERS." THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JULY 14 and IS. David Wark Griffith's "THE LOVE FLOWER." SATURDAY, JULY 16. VIOLA DANA in "THE OFF-SHORE PIR ATE," and 'FATTY' ARBUCKLE in "THE COOK." or ..... -Cl o .r" VrWM.