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THE HAYS FREE PRESS, HAYS, KANSAS.
AUTO LICENSE j Trego County High School basket j Herring's Big Cousin. Now that the auto license paying bal1 team won two games from the! The tm-pmi is n fivrmth- cousin of time is here, so many are wonder- j Ha's Hih School at Liberty Hall, -j the herring, wei-hiii- iinyih:n up to , . , , , , . ; TuosJav evenin"- The first "ame ' SOU pound-.. A nxl onlv ton Ing ing why the increased cost and what, ""'j eeiun0. xnc mat eiiiie , ,- - , . was hpt.wppn the rirl teams, the score? " ""r "if M ; m.iu .-inn,. The Trego girls did is used. :ii! i In fisl becomes of the money paid in by the i i- r ii j j- .in beinc 15 to 9. in Kansas they are issuing now near- their good work in the last half hav- j ;iu!( " ly 300,000 tags. The lowest cost is Z made onl-v two Pomts in the hr?t j " $8. a year, ad many who have never hair and then on iree goals. lhe made a study of the law are ignorant' bovs ame was a hve!' one and art of its use N ed out Wltil ars n tne ead tut , , . , Trego boys soon changed the aspect There are those who. have an idea, , by careful work and kept piling ur that the entire license fund accom- ... iV . . , " . e , ,. ! the score until their victory was cer- panies the application lor licence; when it is sent to the state depart-; s.udx uojabq suiKinoo 5 i : eidoad ejinibs jo jequinu oqj l nq j 'suiujuoa jj seijiu ou;nL j aaqmnu ! leiiiiun k'Mdnig a sp-.;ii ttinton hy Meats and Groceries Free ment by the county treasurer, but this is an error as only fifty cents of the license fee accompanies the ap plication and the balance of the fee remains with the county treasurer. tain. The game ended with 33 points for Trego and 18 for Hays. STOCKTON RECORD Mabel Normand, who signed her- j W self "Your Baby" to several letters The fifty cents pays for the admin-1 found in the effects of Taylor, the istration of the state -auto license de-j murdered film screen director, and .partment. purchase the license, pays j who wajj lagt of hi, fair admirers the postage on both license and tag, . .,, . , . - u , , . . . . , to visit him before the shooting, was pays the salaries of all the employes iormeriy-oi-uoncoruia gin. x.an- and other necessary expenses, and the balance is returned to the differ ent couties at the end of the year. The State Treasurer has just return ed to each county twenty-two cents for every tag they sent in during the a sas girls do get in the limelight. George Knighton, of Great Bend, proprietor of the auto bus line row 0f the Court above named. in operation between Phillipsburg t2 F. Loreditsch, and Great Bend, has secured the con- ' Sheriff of Ellis County, Kansas. (Firs; published in the Hav Press, Feb. 23, 1922.) LEGAL NOTICE In the District Court of Ellis County, Kansas. W. J. Madden, Plaintiff, vs. CASE NO. 7072. John H. Gatewood, Defendant. Sheriff's Sale .Notice s hereby given that I will on the 6th day of March, 1922, at the J. Madden farm situated on the SWU of Section 1G, Township 11S., Range 19W., in Hamilton Township in the County of Ellis and State of Kansas, offer for sale at Public Auc tion and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following de scribed personal property: One-half 2 o'clock of said Day. r Said property having been taken as me property oi tne aDove namea defendant under execution issued out Her First Difficulty. "I'm. awfully -.dad yi.u came in, , mother," said Mrs. Yuiinguride, who i was trying to do some couLins;. "This ' recipe says: "Take a jzood-hearted j cabbajre." Now, mother dear, how do j you tell the disposition of a cab- bage?" Boston Transcript. ' You need them both three times a day. And here is the place to get them, where they are always fresh. F. J. ROTO Windsor Annex, first door North of Strand Tteatre . Phone 364 - Hays, Kansas APT f - - m... - a . J IN. PORTRAITURE t! i I I PHOTOGRAPHS si: That Please 8 year lai, tnat mucn Deing leu oerj tract iur wxijms t.c ( (First published in the Hays Free the expenses. ( new star route just established be- ; Press, February 9, 1922.) After the fiftv cents has been de-i tween Phillipsburg and Plainville. ! PUBLICATION NOTICE ofofQ o, incA rle- Service commenced on VV ednesday, , Mate of Kansas, Ellis County, ss. . & partment the county treasurer de- the 15th. Mail for the south must In the Probate Court of Said Counts posits in the county road drag fundj c in the postomce by 8 o clock a. m. : Jn thg Mattfir of thg EsUte of A p $4.50 and the remainder is -placed in; and lor tne noun u o.uu P. m. Stainer, Deceased the state aid fund of the county for 4- IS application on improvement of bene fit district roads. A Ford car owner paying $8 a year, contributes fifty cents to the state auto license department, $2.25 to the county road drag fund, $2.25 to the township road drag fund of the township in which he lives, and $3 to the state aid road fund in his county for application on permanent; ter of jts peopie in general. Beloit j improvement of roads in the county, , qw such as benefit district roads or roads J Notice of Final Settlement What with Fatty Arbuckle having Creditors and all other persons in-I once lived in Smith county, William terestea m the aforesaid estate, are Desmond Taylor in Harper county,) h"eby notified that on the 6th day of . -,,r. i n i --v.. March, 1922, I shall apply to the Pro- Claire Windsor at CawKer City, and bate Courfc sitting afc t;ourt g Mabel Normand at Concordia, Kan- jn the City of Hays, Ellis County, sas, just at the present time it seems Kansas, for a full and final settlement to be getting more than its share of f said estate and for an order of the L . . ,,.;. ! Court finding and adjudging who are notoriety in the moving picture heirs Qf A p stainer, Deceased, world, especially if consideration is Elizabeth Stainer, taken of the unsophisticated cnarac- ; Attest : J. B. Gross, Executrix., Probate Judge at Prices that Attract No Annoying Delays, Either ARKEL HAYS, KANSAS It GRAIN,' LIVESTOCK, LANDS Insurance and Loans If you need anything in the above lines, see W. J. MADDEN GOVERNMENT BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD Ewry in Wsisut 8 9 Good things to eat. Our store is full of the very best obtainable. Our line of Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes will also please you. A trial will convince you. declared for improvement by county commissioners. MUSIC AND PAGEANTRY Music is a product of Christian ! civilzaton. Paganism never dis covered melody and harmony as we know it. This is illustrated in a re-1 markable way in the Pageant, "In-f Darkest Africa," to be given Monday,; .March 6. The first episode represents Pagan; Africa. It has no music because j there is none. Remarkable as is the voice of the black man and quick as he is to receive music he has never found it himself. Contrasted with this is the King Solomon 'Court Scene where harp Mirrors cn Dcors. Walls liunj; with figured paper wel 'iii:o mirrors. Doors also atTord un oppori unity to cojnlii.' decorative ef fect with practical utility, not only in the hathrooni or iln's.-iiiir room, hut in all other parts of the hoiie. espe cially the hall and dining room. Di viding the glass into small panels or panes. like a window. ;ivcs it a deco rative quality which may he en hanced hy hanging at either side drap eries of rich color ami texture. Let Us P ay Your telephone lent Amber. Amber Is a fossil resin, arising from the exudation of coniferous trees, a9 is shown hy Its composition and physical properties, by its occurring In drops and globular masses, which re semble the resin seen exuding from th hfirlr of tres unit tiv tt rnm- and lute and voice join in the enter- mon nssocIation wjth 'fossil woods. It tainment while tumblers and others j ls of a cieiir brownish-yellow - color. aid to the festive occasion. varying in shade, and Is often clouded is usually nd burn 3 With the going of Christianity to with Irregular streaks. It 1 a ;aJ transparent and brittle, ai Africa, went music and as the mis sionary was the agent the first music is christian song. The third episode presents singing in one of the native tongues. And the climax comes in the fourth episode with the wealth of Christian song. Pageantry depends upon costume; and action rather than words to tell its story. The costumes of native Africa, of the Oriental Hebrew and the 'Mohammedan will be reproduced with faithfulness. I readily, giving off dense fumes. THE CHURCHES ORDINANCE NO. 912 An ordinance repealing Ordinance No. 857 and amending Section 8 of Ordinance No. 538. Be it ordained iby the Board of Commissioners of the City of Hays, Kansas, Section 1. That Section 8 of Ordinance No. 538 be amended so as to read: 1 Section 8, that the follow ing meter rates for the furnishing of water by the City of Hays to con sumers thereof be and are hereby established as follows, to-wit: From 1 to 2000 cu. ft. of water in clusive 2 mills per cu. ft. of water, From 2001 to 4000 cu. ft. of water inclusive 1 Vz mills per cu. ft. of water, All over 4000 cu. ft. of water 1 mill per cu. ft. That a minimum charge of 50 cents per month shall be charged all customers, and collected month ly. Section 2. That the original Sec tion 8 of Ordinance No. 538 and Ordinance No. 857 be and they are hereby repealed. Section 3. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage, approval and pub lication. Pn?sed and annroved this 21st day of February, 1922. H. W. Oshnt. Attes: Emilv C. Johnson. Mayor (L S) City Clerk. Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. H. M. Snyder, Pastor Parsonage, N. W. Cor. 6th Avenue and Oak Street Phone 63G Combination Service, Sunday, 10:00 to 12:00 a. m. A service for study and worship. Welcome. First Baptist Church H. Mac D. Thompson, Pastor. Sunday School opens at 9:45. One continuouos service. The choir will render special i music. Evening Worship at 7:30. Meetings continue at Ellis night. every Good Come Presbyterian Church Gerrit Snyder, pastor. 9:45 a. m. Bible School, music with orchestra leading. and join some class. 11:00 a. m. Preaching service. Special music by double quartet. 5:30 p. m. Young People's social hour at the Manse. 6:30 p. m. Devotional service. Topic: "Books that make life Abet ter." The We'dnesday evening meeting will take the form of Bible Study, taking the Book of Acts following Miss Grace Saxe's outlines. The Missionary Socety will hold its regular meeting next Thursday, with Mrs. Snyder. Sounds like a peculiar proposition. Yet hundreds of our stockholders are receiving in terest enough, or more, to pay their telephone rent each month. They never have to worry about where the money is to come from to pay their rent. They feel like, and they are, part owners of this system. Our desire is that every patron may have a substantial interest in this business. In, that way it would be a mutual institution without the drawbacks and inefficiency of the usual mutual association. START NOW to become a part owner in this business with the assur ance that you can make no better nor safer investment than our 7 non-taxable and non-assessable Preferred Stock either by cash purchase of shares at $100 each or on our Co-operative Installment Plan at $1 per week. For further information see your local Telephone Manager, or write the general office at Abilene, Kansas. The United Telephone Co. Service First The Public Must he Pleased Service Always WAKEENEY WORLD Miss Kuth Fliesbach, who has spent the last few weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. Y. Herrick, in this city, left for her home at Hays, the last of the week and was ac companied by Mrs. Herrick. Miss Fliesbach has suffered considerable while here from the effects of an in jury to one of her ankles received some time ago, but is considerably improved now. Methodist Episcopal Church Glenn A. Baldwin, pastor. Sunday morning the Junior Ghurch will take charge of the reg ular church service with Junior ushers and chorus. The sermon sub ject will be "What a Boy Learned at School One Day." "How America Won the World War Sixty Years Before : It was Fought," will be the subject Sunday night, in the last of the series on "Modern Christian Leaders." . Next Wednesday the Sunday Scvhol will be at the Church Family Supper and the Board Meeting will follow. i-jira JJ Jrixll Libbey Cut Glass-Hand Painted China JEWELEY . For the Spring and Summer trade. You will do well to see our complete line before placing your orders. 1847 Rogers Bros., Community Silver Plate, Yourex Silver Plate and Reed & Burton Silver Plate. Sterling Silver Tea Spoons and Single Pieces at New Prices OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT All work done by competant workmen and guaranteed to give satisfaction OUR PRICES Are as low as consistant with cost of material, merchan dise and First Class Workmanship J. T. 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