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K33SC82C83&ffiC838C! p LOCAL NOTES C83X$C3XXC2Q&0& 1 . , , , ' Sailors are universal favorites for . emart head gear; we have them in . w , tt fHTi'at variety at The Macintosh Hat Shop. Let me do your Sign Writing, Show Cards, etc. Felix E. Brssing. I Oehler & Steimel are the new merchants who will occupy the build ing recently vacated by P. P. Smith. They are putting in a large stock of Men's Furnishings and Shoes. How about that insurance policy? Am ready to serve you. H. V. Oshant. The follwoing sales -were made through Miller Bros., this week: The Addington Dwelling to Joseph A. Rupp Lot 6, in Block 17, H. P. Wilson's Addition, to Walter Singleton: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rossgallion of Grinnell, at St. An thony's Hospital, Last Wednesday morning. The child died Saturday morning. Several of John Fisher's family are ill wtih flu. Postmaster H. W. Chittenden visit ed in Topeka-and Kansas City, this week. Miss Mary Haffamier is Post master pro tern during his absence. A. D. Goctchius and wife are visit ing their children who are teaching school at Scott City, Kansas. The Golf Club contemplate erect ing a Club House on their course vouth of town. The Normal Commercial Club held one of their periodical sessions at the "Goodie Garden" last Monday evening; social intercourse, an ele gant lunch, music and slight indulg ence in the light fantastic toe, mark ed the enjoyments of the evening. Mrs. Fred J. Wagner, 417 West Crawford avenue, has been critically ill for twelve days, with a high temp erature part of the time; tinder the physician's care and the kind minis trations of her church and fraternity friends, she has made marked im provement, and, although she has not risen, not being encouraged to do so her family hope for her ultimate re covery. Save For Begin now saving for Johnny or Mary's College education, by invest ing $6.00 a month at 6 interest com pounded monthly, which will amount to $1,000.00 in 120 months. HAYS BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION In The Bird Investment Company Building HAYS, KANSAS Back of Them Every Minute of the Time! "FEDERAL XEESEBVEJ USYSTEMCJ To the frugal man and wife the "Big Business" of the Home is just as important as the "Big Business" of Indus try. The punctual payment of your family obligations is necessary to maintain ,your self-respect in your commun ity. And nothing will so add to your prestige and make it convenient to take care of your household expenses than to have a check account at a bank with the backing and Reserve funds of a Member Bank of the Federal Reserve System. First National Bank HAYS Martin Gross is quite ill. The LaRosh Construction Com- Pany have commenced erecting a numlber of ho.uses on the lots re- , , , r-- tt w u cently purchased of George Hubbell . TT 1,1 South Hays. 1 Cave, the Land man, was from WaKeeney, Tuesday. here The Lutheran people have com menced the erection of the addition to their church. Last Tuesday night the Odd Fel low Lodge of Ellis, gave a banquet and held an initiation at their hall. Neighbor lodges from Russell, Hays, Qunter, Ransom and WaKeeney were present. Tuesday night the Hays Odd Fel low Lodge in connection" with the Rebekahs, gave an entertainment. John H. Herl of Antonino, drove his car to his farrti north of Grain field, Wednesday. Alex Schueler attended the Auto mobile Show at Kansas City, this week. Jacob Karlin, formerly of Cath erine, but now living at Springer, New Mexico, who has been visiting frien-ds in Ellis county, the past two weeks, left for home Monday. He will visit his son and daughter at Denver, Colorado, on his return trip. In '83 he was County Commissioner of Ellis County. George Connelly is the new post master at Plainville, succeeding Mr, Spellman who has held it as a demo crat under Wilson for nine years. Mr. Connelly was formerly manager of the Telepone Chmpany of that city. Wanted. A position as cook. Can give good references. Prefer hotel. State wages, please. Address Mrs. ' Geo. McCarthy, Solomon, Kansas. Last Saturday, the Kansas Su preme Court decided a number of cases from Saline county deciding that the Union Pacific Railroad own ed a four hundred foot strip of land (200 feet on each side of the track) and that the use of it for years by others gave them no title to the rail road land. Several modern Bungalows for sale, also smaller properties. H. W. Oshant. lEducation KANSAS Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Stout have returned home from their wedding trip and are living in their new home on East Juniata street. Duane Fowler, a student at the Normal, is spending this week at his home in Brookville, on account of ill ness. F. I. Merrill of Ellis, spent Mon day in our city, on business. C. A. Drivits, chief of police at Salina, spent Sunday in our city. Miss Jessie Thompson, a nurse, was called to her home in Kanopolis, on account of the ill ness of her sis ter. J. T. Nolan of Ellis, was in the city Monday, on legal business. J. A Acres and Frank Hillman of WaKeeney, spent Monday in our city attending to .business. Bert Holmquist of Salina, spent Thursday in the city in the interest of the International Harvester Com pany. Dr. Jameson is spending a few days in Kansas City, attending the medical convention, which is now in session. Justice Robert Woodward of Ellis, was in the city Monday, attending to business at the court house. Sheriff Frank Loreditsch went to California, on business pertaining to J the Sheriff's office. Mrs. Burton Haworth, formerly of this city but now of Plainville, spent one day here last week, visiting friends. Mrs. Grace Copeland Metz of Mc Cracken, came over Thursday, for Anniversary Day at the Normal. Cecelia Dorney was home ' last week ,from Russell, on account of illness. Joe Roth and City Clerk J. A. Dreiling of Victoria, attended court j at the court house here Saturday. j i Good Mandolin with case, for sale I cheap. Call at Free Press office. Miss Bertha Nelson, trimmer at the Condit Hat Shop, will return to Hays, this week. Miss Hoff, teacher in the grades at the public school", who has been ill, is iback to her school work. Don't forget when you are in Hays, to call at the Cash Grocery, .North Main street, if you wish to svae money on your grocery bill. The Kelley Produce Company from Junction City, have opened up for business with the Golden Belt Creamery Company on East Juniata street, and will occupy the entire building as soon as the Creamery Company get into their new building. The new firm will pay cash for eggs and poultry, and what other produce they may buy. Choice dwelling lots in various parts of the city. H. W. Oshant. C. W. Miller, Jr., left for Topeka, Sunday morning, where he attend ed the Grand Masonic Lodge. . The Saturday Afternoon Club will meet at the High School Audi torium, Saturday, February 18. There will be an illustrated lecture. All children from the first to the sixth grades of the schools are in vited. A. B. Stewart and wife who have been ill with the prevailing disease, the past ten days, are again able to be at their Work in the Hays City Drug Store. Leo Stock and several other young men from Hays, whose names we did not learn, left last week, for New Mexico, where . they will take up homesteads. Dr. C. D. Blake and wife and the twins went to Kansas City, Monday night, for a few -days visit. Peter Linnenberger of Park, visit ed friends in Victoria, last week, and attended the lectures of Bishop Kessler and Fr. Meier. Large audiences attended the lec tures by Bishop Kessler at Victoria, last week. Mrs. John McMahon of Dorrance, Kansas, has purchased the Chas. Hawks residence property on East Juniata street, through the F. S. Wasinger real estate agency. Joe Rohleder of St. Peter, was a Hays visitor Wednesday. Misses Elizabeth and Florence Mc Mahon of Dorrance, Kansas, spent the week end with their aunt, Mrs Isaac Zeigler. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brull went to Topeka, Tuesday, on account of the death of Mrs. Allen der, Mrs. Brail's mother. For spot cash, you can save money by trading at the Cash Grocery on North Main street. I. O. O. F. Fidelity Lodge No. 194 Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30. Havs 1 Encampment No. 64 Li meets the first arm third Fridays of each month. Visit ors always welcome. NOTICE Annual Meeting and Election of Officers The annual meeting and election of officers of the Golden Belt Fair Association, will be held Saturday, February 25, 1922, at the City Hall, Hays, Kansas, at 2 p. m. H. W. Chittenden, Secretary. The newest ideas in colors and shapes in Spring Millinery at The Macintosh Hat Shop. HAYS HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Laura Velie, Mae Thompson, Clara McConkey .and Belma Brant enter tained the Senior class Friday eve ning, with a Valentine party. The evening was spent in various games, after which a dainty lunch was served. The High School was dismissed about ten o'clock Thursday morning, to attend the pageant given by the Normal students. Elsie Campbell, a former member of the Senior class, was married to Mr. Man-in Gorden, Sunday, Febru ary a. Tuesday evening, February 7, the Grade School Faculty entertained the High School Faculty with a Valen tine party at the Woman's Building. Valentine games and card games were enjoyed by the guests. At eleven o'clock a luncheon was served. Miss Granger, Miss Mort and Miss Campbell gave the program at the High School, Friday morning Solos "In the Garden of My Heart" "Nobody Knew' Miss Mort Readings "Punishment of Robert" . "The Upsj and Downs -of the Browns" Miss Campbell Piano Solo "Etude in D Flat" Miss Granger Musical Reading "Old Mr. Moon" Miss Campbell Solo "Spring's Awakening Miss Mort j Sunday, February 12, Hallie Over-j holser gave a party to her fellow members of the Senior class and their sponsor, Miss McMindes, at her country home twenty-two miles northwest of Hays. The class met at the Library at ten o'clock and motored out in cars. Everyone ar rived hungry but a good old-fashioned dinner was ready for them.. In the afternoon the party went to Cedar Bluffs where they had a thrill ing time climlbing cliffs and ledges and exploring caves. At six o'clock a very tired but happy- Senior class returned to Hays. Monday evening, February 13, Miss Morgan and Miss Harrison gave the Freshman class a Valentine party at the High School building. The upper hall was decorated with red and white hearts and festoons. Games carrying out the idea of St. Valentine's day, were played. Pink hearts (ice cream) and cakes were served. "Blundering Billy" is coming to town. Watch for the date! Mr. Colin, head of the science de partment, is absent from school this week, on account of illness. Mr. Brooks of the Normal, is conducting his classes. The' High School teams played a double-header basket ball game at WaKeeney, Tuesday night. Both games were hard-fought but the final scores showed a defeat for both Hays teams. The score for the girls' game was 13 to 9; the boys' score 30 to 18. The Boys' Basket Ball team was defeated by the Wilson team on the Normal Court, last Thursday. The score was 28 to 10. THE HAYS MUSIC CLUB TVie Music Club will meet Tues day, February 21, at the home of Mrs. Geo. Philip, Jr. Each member is permitted to bring a guest. The following program will be gven: Paper Lily Strickland Miss Leahy Piano Saula Anna Patio Strickland Yucca Blossoms Strickland Mrs. Neiswanger Vocal Solo Selected Strickland Mrs. Brenner Piano Duet Mazurka Nevins Mrs. Parker and Josephine Parker Vocal Solo I'm Longing for You Chas. Marshall Mrs. Holm Vocal Solo Lindy Lou ..-'Strickland iliss Creighton Piano Solo Humoresque .... Schutt Opus 20, No. 1 ' Self Protection I demands that you SAVE MONEY g today, to live on when your income 8 g stops! -, g Start your first SELF PROTEC TION dollars working now, by de positing them at our Savings Depart ment at 4 interest. The more dollars you set working the more SELF PROTECTION you have. HAYS. Miss Voss j Violin Solo Carl Mai mb erg 1 Piano Solo White Violet ; Coming of Winter Barbour J Mrs. Malmberg I Quartette Behold the Sprng .... j Barbour j Mrs. Holm, Mrs. Wiest I Mrs. Markwell, Mrs. Brenner I Back from S. Louis with the latest styles in Spring Millinery. The Mac intosh Hat Shop. At Salina, the light rates have been reduced to nine cents per kilo watt. A fire occurred at the residence of A die Swires in West Hays, Wednes day. Considerable damage was done Jacob Brungardt, this week, pur chased of John O'Loughlin, the lots I on the corner of Fort and Juniata, on which he proposes to erect a large garage. Work will be commenced ! in a short time. The deal was made j through the F. S. Wasinger real estate agency. The frugal housewife always buys her groceries at the Cash Grocery. At the Cash Grocery you can get more for your money than at any other store in the city. M0 TV Your money in this bank does its share in the growth and development of this community. All of our funds are loaned at home in the interest of this locality. THE. BAtK WMERK, Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, $G5,CGI.C0 KANSAS 2 The Horton Light Plant has re duced the rate from 15 cents to 13 cents per kilowatt. Roomers Wanted. Modern fur nished rooms. Phone 14G. Lewis Johnson, 217 Fifth Ave. Want several good farm loans at current rates. H .W. Oshant. Wanted. To hear from owner of farm for sale. State price. Mrs. W. Booth, Box D, Hipark, Des MoineB, Iowa. NOTICE All outstanding warrants are here by called in and interest ceases from this date. Road Warrants No. 1 to 234. Bridge Warrants No. 1 to 232. General Warrants from No. 7986 fc 10,230. G. J. Klug. Co. Treasurer. Something New in the Dance King dom of Western Kansas! A dance which will in all probabil ity be one of the best and greatest ever held here, will be held at the K. of C. Hall, Wednesday, February 22, Washington's Birthday, called the "Washington Dance." At this dance there will be Martha and George Washington prizes awarded. Don't fail to attend this sensational affair. Ej I VQV FEEL AT -r3jvtE, n l i n H 1