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THE HAYS FREE PRESS, HAYS, KANSAS.
1 The Old Reliable in Business 1 I ' Since 1908 1 - VI I! LOWEST RATE OF THAT 3 1 ABSTRACTS We are Bonded Abstracters for Ellis County and own the only Modern and Up to Date Set of Abstract Books in the County. All work entrusted to us will have our careful and prompt attention. Our charges are reasonable. J. H. SCOAEFER Loan & Abstract Co. S LOCAL NOTES i A FINE QUARTER-SECTION 160 eicre well improved farm, 2 miles of Hays. Price $50 per acre, good terms. MILLER BROTHERS, Phone 47, Hays, Kansas. Hisses and Children's Milan Hats in all the new colors and styles in price from 75c to $3.50 at Miss Deane's. F. S. Wasinger is building two new ibungalows east of -C. C. Black nvun's residence on West Fifth ave nue. Fran'; Walz made a business trip to Quinter, Tuesday. Please watch our window for 89c sale on Aluminum ware. Remember, we sell for less Wholesalers Cash Store Company. Roomers W ted. Modern furn- ished rooms. Phone 146. Lewis ! Johnson. 4 Thirty-five fine dwelling lots in ex clusive residential section of Hays, surround ed by fine homes. Low nrice and liberal terms. H. W. Oshant. Whitman's, Cranes' and Martha Washington candies in Easter Pack ages at King Bros. Miss LoRee Cave and some of the Domestic Science classes served Armor Coffee, beans and several tLerai tides of the same brand at rh9 Reed Grocery Store and Meat Market, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiesner of Ellis,! ppent Sunday afternoon in town vis iting relatives. John Griese of WalkeT, attended a meeti :g of the Board of County fomir.issoners, Monday. He was Tormv rly a member of the Board. Coming soon. Piggvit ever. Kin One-Cent Bros. Sale. $4500. . Buys a Good Business Building r.nd Lot in Business Section of Hays. It's a Bargain. MILLER BROTHERS, Phone 47, Hays, Kansas. e Makes More and He Saves More. Each year finds a new helpful service of a Bank. . As your income increases and your surplus cash grows, more and more do lly to protect this reserve fund against loss. As a Member of the Federal Reserve System we gladly place at your disposal "our advice and banking H facilities behind which are the enormous Reserve Resources. 41 First National Bank HAYS - - KANSAS $200,000 To LOAN On Ellis County Land We have ample Funds to handle any size Loan on short notice, without delay, at the INTEREST We pay out as soon papers are signed. OUR REPUTATION Buy a lot in choke residential sec tion of Hays College, Hill Addition. High and sightly and free from pos sible overflow. Terms .to suit. H. W. Oshant. An Easter sale of $5.75 to $7.75 new spring hats now on sale for $3.98 at Miss Deane's. During the -absence of Rev. G. A. Baldwin, who was attending Confer enee in Goodland, Sunday, the Gospel Team conducted the evening services at the M. E. church. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Runyon spent Sunday at their farm near Brownell. Will Gerkin of Ellis, spent Sunday in our midst, playing golf. Master Blair Furbeck of Ellis, was operated on for appendicitis at St. Anthony's hospital, last week. v Special sale on Hats from now un til Easter. All the new spring colors and styles at Miss Deane's. Please watch our window for 89c sae on Aluminum ware. Remember, we sell for less Wholesalers Cash Store Company. George Palmer reports splendid success this spring, with his chicken hatchery, the yield being larger than ever. He is raising the buff colors especially. This was clean-up week in our city and the trash was generally cleaned up in the alleys, much improving the looks. The R. B. Thomas alfalfa patch on the south side of town has been plowed up and is to be re-seeded this spring. The old stand had run out Wanted. Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. J. A. Spill m-Ari Quinter. Kansas. m30t2 F. R. Dreiling of Ellis, spent Mon day between trains in our city. Mrs. Truan of Gorham, spent Mon day visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Brssing, and shopping. Judge A. D. Gilkeson went to Grainfield, Winona and Russell Springs on legal business, the first of the week. Six rooms, two large lots, corner. For quick sale, $1600.00.-11. W. Oshant. class of people who need the v you owe it to yourself and f am- g Oldham Brothers are displaying a new make of uatomobile costing around $1,000 delivered in our city. The Great Bend Auto Painting Company 'have been here lately dis playing a blue car, as a sample of their work adding the new Cali fornia top. The car is much ad mired. Please watch our window for 89c sale on Aluminum ware. Remember, we sell for less Wholesalers Cash Store Company. , C. E. Rarick returned from a busi ness visit east, Monday night. Word has been received that Miss Isabella Leisenring of Ellis, and Leonard Heddick were married on the 24th of February in Los Angeles, California. Miss Leisenring was an overseas nurse and Mr. Heddick was with the famous Canadian regiment, "Prncess Pat." Frank Scheck of Walker, was in the city Tuesday, attending business. Please watch our window for 89c sale on Aluminum ware. Remember, we sell for less Wholesalers Cash Store Company. E. iC. Flood attended the first day of Court at Gove, Monday. County Attorney John R. Parsons of WaKeeney, was in the city, Satur day, for an hour or so. John may de cide to throw his "hat in the judicial ring." That will localize the judge ship fight among the republicans at WaKeeney. John will make a good judge and there need be no question as to his attitude on any question which concerns the welfare of the community. His record as a prose cutor both in Gove and Trego coun ties, speak for themselves. c. a. Jbuienxic, rne consulting en- gineer, transacted business at Wa Keeney, Monday. C. M. Holmquist made a business trip to Victoria, Monday. C. E. Rarick went to Manhattan, Tuesday morning, on educational matters. The many friends of Harry W. Grass of LaCrosse, will regret to hear that he was recently taken very ill and rushed on the train to the hospital at Great Bend for treatment. Fred Oshant is on the mend, and hopes to be out again soon. Please watch our window for 89c sale on Aluminum ware. Remember, we sell for less Wholesalers Cash Store Company. The first bunch of blackbirds were seen around town, Sunday, while the robin redbreasts are getting to be very plentiful in the yards. Edwin Hill was called to Hope, Kansas, last Friday,, to attend the funeral of his brother, Walter, who died from pleura-pneumonia. He leaves fto mourn his loss, a youn? wife and a large number of relatives Please watch our window for 89c sale on Aluminum ware. Remember, we sell for less Wholesalers Cash Store Company. On South Fort at the corner of Broadway, ground was broken this week, for another residence, being built by Mr. Bieker. Up in the northeast part .of town near the Baker home, another little four-roomed cottage, is being built; while all through that neighborhood improvements are being made to the homes. New roofs, porches, or some thing is being done to make their homes more comfortable. Special sale on Hats from now un til Easter. All the new spring colors and styles at Miss Deane's. The tennis lawn on the Methodist lot has been fixed up and will be a pleasant place for the young folks of the Methodist church to play this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gosser have moved to a farm near Russell. Four new residences are being rprtpd on the Oshant lots in the northwest part of .the city. Mr, Oshant is selling off all of his lots cheat) s- people can build themselves homes. For Sale- The Star Shoe Shop at Ellis, Kansas. Must sell on account of ill health. Frank B. Brown, Ellis, Kansas. The City election in Hays, too place on Tuesday, with few votin In the first ward there were fifty-one votes cast, forty-even of them for H. W. Oshant. In the second and third wards Mr. Oshant received every vote, so will be the City Com missioner for the next three years. A SNAP 4 room house, electric lights, city water, barn, chicken house, 1 -block Catholic Church. . - MILLER BROTHERS, I. O. O. F. Fidelity Lodge No. 194 Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30. Hays Encampment No. 64 meets the first and third Fridays of each month. Visit ors always welcome. $1000. One Thousand Dollars SOLID BLOCK. You can buys make BIG LOTS out of it. A Big Opportunity. Don't Miss It. MILLER BROTHERS, Phone 47, Hays, Kansas. Misses and Children's Milan Hats in all the new colors and styles in price from 75c to $3.50 at Miss Deane's. One 50c tube Klenzo Tooth Paste, one 50c bottle Klenzo Dental Lotion, one bar Klenzo Soap, one Tooth Brush. The four (4) items, $1.00 at King Bros. The King Creamery was moved this week to their new building on northeast Main street, and the Kel leys will use the present building for their egg and poultry business. Judge Purcell was in town last week, shaking hands with friends. He announces that he will be a candidate for re-election to a second term if the people desire him to run. Miller Brothers this week, sold to Peter Pfannenstiel, twenty acres of land -down by Munjor a $90. per acre. Miller Brothers this week, sold to George Grout a fine building lot on East Normal. Miller Brothers this week, sold to Chas. S. Reed a nice home on East Wilson avenue. Charles Bissing is in St. Anthony's hospital suffering with an infected foot. W. R. Lepper, who manages the Park Hotel, went to WaKeeney, Tuesday, on business. John Weber has returned from a business trip to Hutchinson. An Easter sale of $5.75 to $7.75 new spring hats now on sale for $3.98 at Miss Deane's. Jake Unrein moved his family from Yocemento, the first of the week. Mr. Unrein bought a house recently owned by F. Walz in North Hays. W. A. Lewis attended the Meth odist Conference, which was in ses sion at Goodland, last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Kirkman gave a free matinee to the school children of Hays, Tuesday afternoon, at the Strand. Washington Irving's age old classic, "Rip Van Winkle," was the picture presented. It was very much enjoyed by the children, as well as by the grown-ups who attended the Strand, Tuesday and Wednesay -night. Mr. Finn, the manager of the Mil lion Dollar Catholic College drive, returned to Hays, this Thursday morning from his vacation trip, and now goes to the northwestern coun ties to pick up subscriptions there. He still feels confident it will be a success. Rev. A. S. Hale, former pastor of the M. E. church of this city, was looking after property interests here Monday, and also greeting old friends. Since leaving here he has been pastor of the M. E. church at Downs, and for the past three years Secretary of the Downs Chamber of Commerce. Brother Hale is a rustler and under his administration Downs is beginning to do things. There will be fifty-two blocks of paving built this year, a memorial and other improvements, in all approximating a half-million, dollars. A man with a vision of a greater Havs is needed 'at the helm of the Hays 'Chamber of Commerce. The funeral services of Homer Dit- man, a member of the 1m1is isaptist Church, were conducted at the Hays Church, Saturday, April 1st, by Rev H. Mac D. Thompson. It was a sad funeral, no relatives being present He died at St. Anthony's Hospital, March 30th. The Treat Playground commission ers have gotten busy and burned off the old grass and planted new trees They will have the racing track and the tennis ground -scraped by the City scraper, and the grounds made more inviting to the children, just as it used to be when first established. Now, if the School Board would buy a few lots facing the playground, and build a school for the smaller chil dren, up to the sixth grade, they could then use the Playground across thestreet as the playground of the schooL It will have to ;be some day, and why not now while lots can Be bought cheap. Other cities are doing BUSINESS IS COMING BACK and yours along with it. As better times develop, a dependable, helpful banking connection assumes an importance that cannot be overestimated. The Merchant, Manufacturer, Farmer who has established relationship with this bank finds not only complete facilities, trained organization and thorough familiarity with the business needs in the country, but finds also careful consideration of his plans and the spirit of cordial co-operation in his interests. This Bank always endeavors to work with as well as for its cutomers. You are invited to bring your business here. 5 1 - 0 HAYS, A REAL BARGAIN . 3 room house, -1 Vz lots in best loca tion in Hays. Price $2500., $500 down, balance to suit. MILLER BROTHERS, Phone 47, Hays, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Dines of Brownell, spent Saturday in Hays, shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Walter- Wallerstedt have moved here from Salina. Mr. Wallerstedt has charge of the print ing at the Normal. H. D. Shaffer returned home Fri day night, from a fortnight's stay at Excelsior Springs. William Foster, wife and child of Gorham, were Sunday visitors at the home of H: H.f Pierce on East Nor mal avenue, and in the afternoon took in the Messiah practice at the r Normal. The drillers of the Utica oil and gas test have given up on account of srtiking a heavy flow of water. ! BIG SACRIFICE 4 ropm house, electric lights and city water, 2 large corner lots, out buildings. Price $2300. Small pay ment down, balance to suit. MILLER BROTHERS, Phone 47, . Hays, Kansas. MO 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. PxjCMhC WHERE, H Ays . - Capital, Surplus and Undivided Prcts, CS3,$0D.C3 pi KANSAS Three room house, electric lights, basement," city water. See Millex Bros. One 50c package ' Violet Dulce Vanishing Cream, one 50c package Violet Dulce Fce Powder, one 25c can Violet Dulce Talcum Powder. Three items, $1.00. King Bros. Lost. 'Child's dark blue velvet handbag. Finder please leave at Free Press office. KNIFE WEEDERS FOR LISTED CROPS- Two-row weeders $35 to $60. Also 1-row and 3-row weeders. They always work. They never break. They save moisture and kill weeds. Many adjustments for all conditions. Made to last a lifetime. Buy early and avoid the rush. The Weeder Factory, Hill City, Kans. FOR SALE 480 acres, improved, nine miles north of Park and nine miles south east of Hoxie, one mile south of Red Line, ,i mile from school and rural route. 175 acres in wheat, balance in pasture. Land can all be plowed with tractor; one-third of wheat goes with the place if sold in thirty days. Owner, W. H. Gallagher, R. R. 3, Hoxie, Kansas. VOU yKEJU Kansas T7 T vi .'.vi-ii i; t riiii 0 .Jjj, - .1 w ..si Phone 47, Haya, Kansas