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THE HAYS FREE PItESS, HAYS, KANSAS.
THE HAYS FREE PRESS y X L. CLARK & SON. . Publishers and Proprietors - Issued every Thursday, and enter ed at the Postoffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Subcription Per Year in Advance - - $1.50 Established 1882 Wlm. Eberly of Topeka, is here vis iting relatives. F. S. "Wasinger sold lot 44 in Le Bold Allen's Addition to Alex Schueler, this week. John Mermis was a Monday. ' Peter Storm of Ellis, Tuesday. Hays visitor, was in Hays, Frank Vonfeldt of Walker, was doing business in Hays, Tuesday. Jacob Basgall of LaCrosse, visited in Hays, Monday. Henry Herman of LaCrosse, Coun ty Attorney of Rush County, attend ed the officers meeting of the Knights of Columbus, Sunday. "Fat" King and others are the re cipients of bad checks passed in Hays, Wednesday, by an out-of-town "lady." Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Sims have pur chased one of the J. M. Wiesner properties on Mission Mount, and moved into it Monday. Among; the out-of-town visitors here Sunday, attending: the Knights of Columbus meeting;, were Dr. Emery Catudal of Plainville, Frank Heile and J. C. Kippes of Ellis, J. J. Dreiling: of Walker, Jos. P. Roth and A. J. Dreiling of Victoria. Albert "Bat" Weaver has been ordered sent to the State Industrial School for boys at Topeka, as a re sult of a series of misdemeanors committed., by him. Two other boys plead guilty to petty larceny in con nection with the affair and another is under sentence but en parole for ten days to dig up evidence to throw light on the petty pilfering that has been going on in Hays. The case of the State of Kansas against Art Shelton on charge of carrying a black jack, will be called at Ellis in Justice Woodard's Court, Thursday afternoon. Wednesday, a gentleman from' Rush countny had his day in Justite Arnold's Court on a charge of pass ing a bad check to McLain. Tuesday, another Rush County "gentleman paid a number of bad checks, in Court, which he had left withlocal business men some months ago. The' Experiment Station are this week, shipping car loads of baled al falfa from their fields near the old fairgrounds, hauled to the depot by four-horse - teams. How handy it would have been for them to have had that Golden Belt railroad built and a switch track in the middle of the field to load direct from the bail ers. They were guaranteed such a switch if road had been built. The Modern Woodmen magazine of April shows that our old towns man, W. E. Saum, kept up his policy taken out in Hays," and his widow has been paid her $3,000. Harry Freese has some town lots for sale from $50 apiece up to your price. See him, near the Methodist church. Service, in connection with a satis factory saving, is' what you expect and what you get when you trade at 'the Cash Grocery Store. A few cents saved on everv article you purchase at the Cash Grocery Store amounts to dollars at the end of the month. Do you get the idea? .Down in Barton County, the First National Bank and the new Creamery there have organized a Dairy Associ ation, and are furnishing the money vat a low ratejof interest to farmers. to buy milch cows and do some mixed farming rather than all wheat-raising. At the meeting last week the money was raised by the Bank, committee apointed to hunt for Hol stein cattle, each member to have one pure-blood and four graded cows to be allotted to each farmer who wants to go into it. It was shown that the creamery checks come right alon wet or dry, 'wheat or no wheat, to -those who will give a little time mornings and evenings to the milk ino and shimnng cream. It was "stated that had the new North and South railroad been built, a cream car "would have been run every day from Liebenthal and Pfeifer and Lor- etta. to Great end, stopping at the public road station every two miles to pick tip the cream and return the Planting gardens and flower beds seems to be the amusement this week for the people around town. Last fall's bulbs are already blooming in some yards. During the war, it will be remem bered that Ex-Gov. Stubbs came to the Round-Up at the Experiment Station and in the afternoon deliver ed a red-hot war speech to an aud ience in the Coliseum, and was cheered to the echo. It is told that he will be here on the 29th at the Round-Up this year, ready, to make another red-hot talk, he being a candidate for Governor. Senator Frizzell of Lamed, who always comes, will be here again this year, and bring along Editor Morgan of the Hutchinson News, who is also a gubernatorial candidate and may make a speech; so let the people pre pare to be here that day and meet the crowds and have a big time. The Sixth District Editorial Association, the Sixth District World War Boys and Ladies' Auxiliary are aho billed to bo here that day to swell the crowds. Many will stay over for the next day's sessions of the Musical Festival. Remember, this is all on Saturday, April 29th, from 9 a. m. A soldier was once arrested for us ing a pack of playing cards as a Bible in church. His defense was as fol lows: "These cards are both my Bible -and prayer-book. The ace reminds me there is only one God. The deuce1 that the Bible is divided into two parts New and Old Testaments. The trey brings to mind the Holy Trinity Father, Son and-Holy Ghost. The four spot recalls the four great apostles Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The five spot brings to mind the five wise virgins who had their lamps trimmed and ready. The six spot that God created heaven and earth in six days and rested on the seventh. The seven commands me that the Sabbath is a day of rest and worship. The eight spot recalls the eight righteous persons, namely Noah, his wife and three sons and their wives, who were saved from the flood by being allowed to enter the ark. The nine spot represents th? nine lepers cleansed by the Savior. Each of the spots on the ten reminds me of one of the Ten Command ments. "The knave teaches. me to shun the devil and all his works. The queen reminds me of Mary, the mother of Jesus, to whom all should do homage, and the king reminds m,e of the King of Heaven and Earth, to whom all should bow in worship. "Furthermore, this pack of cards is my almanac. Its number of spots is 365 the number of days in the year. There are fifty-two cards in the pack the number of weeks in the year. There are four suits, re presenting the four seasons spring, summer, autumn and winter and each season is divided into thirteen weeks, the number of cards in each suit." Kansas City Times. Daily Thought. I love everything that's old; old old friends, old tinu's old manners, books, old wino. ( luhis'.nit h. fho Owns Youi u rm (Ipipnhnnp Ijhp YOUR TELEPHONE, t 1 1 t 7" vtsmu a Ainu1 9 rr THIS EQUIPMENT OR HAS THE CAPITAL COME FROM ANOTHER DISTRICT ?- "A HOME-OWNED INDUSTRY" is the pride of the United Telephone Co. because the people who use the system are the ones who have built it. TWO THOUSAND OF YOUR NEIGHBORS IN CENTRAL KANSAS HAVE FOUND THE PREFER RED SECURITIES OF THE UNITED TELEPHONE CO. A SAFE AND SOUND s They are based on a permanent and growing necessity of life. The stock issues are regulated by the Public Utilities Commission of Kansas. The Company's property has a phys ical valuation of, $3 for every $1 in vested in its Preferred Stock. 8 Any person interested in financial affairs will advise tRat the public utilities are a, safe and sure place to make your money work. For further manager or write. The United Telephone Company ABILENE, KANSAS "Service Firt" The Public Mutt be Pleased "Service Always" 8 NOT THE ONLY ONE The re Are Other Hays People Sim ilarly Situated Can there be any stronger proof offered than the evidence of Hays residents? After , you have read the j following, quietly answer the ques-! tion. i H. A. Cowan, prop, of produce store, Hays, gave the following state ment July 5, 1910. "I, and others of the famijy have received satisfactory results from Doan's Kidney Pills. I have been very much relieved of backache and kidney disorder by Doan's and am glad to endorse them." On September 22, 1919, Mr. Cowan added: "I still retain my same faith in Doan's Kidney Pills. Since I used and previously recom mended Doan's. I have taken them occasionally and they have never fail ed to give me great results." Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Cowan had. Foster-Milburfi-Co., Mfr., Buffalo, N. Y. NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION Hays. Kansas, March 30, 1922. ; TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that a Primary Election will be held on the 1st day of August, 1922, being the first Tuesday in said month, at which time candidates for the following offices will be nonlinated according to the provisions of law by EACH of the various political parties of this state: One Candidate for Congressman, Gth District One Candidate for Justice of the Su preme Court, Position No. 1 On? Candidate for Justice of the Su preme Court, Position No. 2 One Candidate for Govenor j r pn.i;,lo fry T.irmpnnnt-.-Oov-! ernor One Candidate for Secretary of State One -Candidate for State Auditor N One Candidate for State Treasurer One -Candidate for Attorney-General One Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction One Candidate for Superintendent of Insurance , One Candidate for Slats Printer One Candidate for District Judge. 23rd District One Candidate for Representative, 89 th District One Candidate for County Clerk. One -Candidate for County Treasurer One Candidate for Register of Deeds One Candidate for County Attorney. One Candidate for Probate Judge One Candidate for Sheriff One Candidate for Coroner One Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction One Candidate for Clerk of the Dis trict Court One Candidate for County Commis sioner, 1st District Two Candidates for Justice of the Peace in each Township Two Candidates for Constable in each Township One Candidate for Township Trustee in each Township One Candidate for Township Clerk in each Township One Candidate for Township Treas urer in each Township Given under my hand and seal of said County at my office in the City of Hays, County of Ellis, State of Kansas, this 30th day of March, 1922. M. A. Basgall, (L S) County Clerk. I THE WIRES, THE POLES, X' nrm iv?jnxjvrxc! rktrvr INVESTMENT BECAUSE K information see 1 o ti it M tl ! (I a MUSIC FESTIVAL WEEK The calendar for the week follows: Sunday April 30 No. 1. 3:00 P.M. Violin Recital, Raoul Vidas. No. 2. 8:00 P. M. -"The Creation" Monday, May 1. No. 3. 3:00 P.M. Pupils' Recital No. 4. 8:00 f.M. Recital and Aesthetic Dance Program. Tuesday, May 2. No. 5. .3:00 P. M. Chamber Music Trio and Mr. Davis. Marie Sidenius Zendt. Wednesday, May ,;No. 7. 3:0OPvM. Glee Club Concert and Mr. Holmquist. No. 8. 8:02 P.M. Recital, Mr. Ernest Davis. Thursday, May 4. No. 9. 3:00 P.M. Recital, Misses Creighton, Granger and Pierson No. 10. 8:00 P.M. Artists Concert Friday, May 5. No. 11. 3:Q0P. M. Concert, Band, Sextette, Mme. Zendt. 12. 8:00 P.M. Recital, Gustaf Holmquist. Saturday, May 6- I No Mr. No. 13. 10:00 A.M. Public School Music Contest Preliminai-ies. Mf 14. 8:001P.M. Public School Music Contest Finals. Sunday, May 7. No. 15. 3:00 P.M. Recital, Mme. Schumann-Heink. 1G. 8:00 P.M. "The Messiah" No. KANSAS PHARMACEUTICAL AS SOCIATION TO HOLD DIS TRICT MEETINGS On Tuesday, April 18th, the Drug gists from District Number Five, composea oi eignteen counties m. Central Kansas, will meet at Salina. ' The meeting will hold one day and will be devoted to a general discus sion of Drug Store problems and needed legislation. i This is the fifth of a series of dis trict meetings to be held in the State during the month of April. Other meetings will be held at Topeka, Tuesday, April 4th; Chanute, Wed nesday, April 5th; Wichita, Thurs day, April Cth; Dodge Cit, Friday,; April 7th. and Concordia, Wednes-j day, April 19th. , j On May ICth, 17th and 18th, the 43rd Annual Convention of the As sociation will be held at Kansas City, I I Ml! Iwm kmi III oui i - . 1 W v Hays, Kansas, jj I fill ' a:i a 1Q99 w Dear Alice : pi Jim told his boss that we were going-to build and what do you think he did he told him he would give him a raise on the strength of it. - f He said that he liked to have men with him who owned their own homes for they are always a whole lot happier and much better work men, and that the man who-thinks of his family is the kind that always iielps build up a business. Jim and I stayed up until after midnight last night going over our contract with The Bird Investment Company and the plans for our home. We are tickled to death with our contract. It is the only method by which we could build. There are a number of young people building on the same method. . The house we 'are planning to build will be bungalow style with four rooms down stairs and three bedrooms upstairs, and a nice big porch. Just think of it, Alice, we won't have to pay any more rent isn't it too good to be true, but it is. 1 i II 1 i i 1 I 1 I C) I 1 I n Til I ne Mli Kansas. The Kansas Association ns xne xirsc .rnarmaceutical Association j j An the United States to establish a permanent office and to employ a Secretary Manager to devote his en tire interests to affairs of the Associ ation. However, several other states will likely'adopt the Kansas plan this present year. F. M. Ekstrand of Salina, the President of the State Association, will attend all the Dis trict meetings. 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