Newspaper Page Text
THE HAYS FEEE PRESS, HAYS, KANSAS.
M ' - Now is the time to "buy your Imple ments. I carry the John Deere line of Listers, Cultivators, Van Brunt g Drills, Plows, Etc. Also Champion g Headers. Repairs for nearly every kind of g Implement. Leiker C fI I HAYS, KANSAS g LOCAL NOTES g WILL SHIP A CAR LOAD OF HOGS JUNE 10TH. I load at that time, kindly get in touch with me at once. John O'Loughlin. For Sale. A new five room bung alo just completed, on East Jun iata street. Citizens Lumber Com pany. . Mr. Desbrow who has been visiting his son, Floyd, the past month, re turned to his home at Kirwin, last week. Chas. Hawks and family left last Thursday 'afternoon, for Loveland, Colorado, where they will make their home. Kanssa, visiting her son, Floyd, and daughter) Faye. J. M. Craig left Monday morning, for Hastings, Michigan, for a short Vldit V1CI1 1113 UlUkUCl. 1113 uauuicii Alice, who has 'been teaching in Con cordia, joined him at Topoeka, and accompanied -him to Michigan. Two small furnished rooms to rent, for small family. Rent reasonable. Good well water and close in. Anna Froelich Page. Miss Inez Torrey of LaCrosse, who lias been visiting ' her aunt," Mrs. Henry Havemann, has returned to Denver, to Tesume 'her work in a nurse's trainng school. Rev. H. M. Snyder of the Lutheran Church, -delivered an excellent Mem orial sermon at the Strand Theatre, last Sunday morning. For Sale- An eight-room resi dence. One-fourth down; balance six years time. Pratly modern, good water, outhouses in good condi tion. Two lots. Phone 196. Rexall One Cent Sale (lc), Wed nesday, Thursday and Friday, June 7, 8 and 9, 1922. Watch these col umns for bargains. The Ellis County Sunday School Convention will be held in the Pres byterian Church, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth and little son, Edgar, imotored to Kansas City, the first of the week, on busi ness. The American Legion are perfect ing plans for a grand celebration for the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Abercrombie went to ElUs, Friday. After Mr. Abercrombie had made the town for his house, they attended the Senior vs. Alumni baseball game. For Rent. Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 217 East Fifth avenue, Phone 146. ml8t2 Lewis Johnson. Harry Laughter and August Dan ielson motored here from Russell, Tuesday night. Mrs. John Johnson who has spent the past two years wih her -daughter, Mrs. Clara Malmberg anjd family, re turned to her home in Topeka, Wed nesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Bader and little son left Friday morning, fox Aurora, Illinois, for a visit -with Mr. Bader's parents. They went by auto. Miss Mae Hawkins of Oakley, was a guest at the Brunswick Hotel, Sun day. For Sale Trade. Allen Touring car in good Tunning order. A. V. Clark, at the Free Press Office. Largest stock of Cut Flowers ever seen in Hays, at Normal Greenhouse, for Memorial Day. Phone 247W. Miss LoRee Cave is spending this week dn McCracken, visiting her friend, Mrs. Ed Shiney. REXALL lc Sale Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, June 7, 8, 9, 1922 Isaac Zeigler & Son FresH and Salt Meats Groceries and Coal A Fresh Line of Groceries always on hand. Also Fruits and Vegetables in Season. f ree-Delivery. Phone 13 - ' Hays, Kansas f EeF yon Wsunts 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. Carl Leiker St Son Phone 267 Give us a trial Mrs. Win. Morrow, husband and grand-Slaughter, from Bloomfield, Iowa, arrived here Tuesday night, and are visiting Mrs. Morrow's sister, Mrs. J. L. Tillotson. This is the first tme in nearly twenty years the sisters have met. Mr. and Mrs. Morrow are enroute to California, where they in tend to make their future "home. Miller Brothers, this week, sold to Francis Gerrett, three fine huilding lots on North Chestnut street. Mrs. May McMahon and her three daughters from Dorrance, hnve moved into their home on East Jun iata street, recently' purchased of Charles Hawks. Bring your leaky Auto or Truck Radiator to Bemis & Stein, Hsys. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Malmbero: and Mrs. Johnson spent Sun-day with Mr. and Mrs. .Chris Pederson at their country home. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Chittenden will move the last of the week, to the John Chittenden farm north of town. Mrs. Allie Reemsnyder and, daugh ter, Esther, returned home Sunday morning, from Long ;Beach, Cali fornia. They have spent the past two years in California, but will live in their home on West Second street in this city. - For Rent. An eight-room house and outbuildings. Phone 196. Wanted. Laundry work. Corner Allen and WTilson St., Mrs. Correll. Mr. Peter Johnson and daughter, Lly, returned from Long Beach, Cali fornia, Sunday morning. They will visit relatives here for several months and return west for the winter. Jacob Peterson, daughter and brother motored here from Lindsborg, Monday. They are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson and James. A number of boys, the sons ofj Master Masons, and their friends j came here late Tuesday afternoon, to be initiated into the DeMolay Chapter organized by the Salina Chapter. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pestana went to Russell, Tuesday, to spend Mem orial Day. Attorney Michael Gernon of Rus sell, came in Tuesday night and transacted legal business in our city. He returned on the plug. Rosalind Noble left last Saturday, for a week's visit with Joy Huttie jn Salina. Editor and Mrs. Frank Motz 'of Lyons, are in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Downing and other friends. Mr. Motz is .a native of this city and fifteen years ago when Yoce mento was-booming, he edited a paper there and got his first experience in journalism. For several years he conducted a hotel man's magazine called "Tavern Talk" in Kansas City For Sale or Trade. Allen Touring car in good running order. A. V. Clark, at the Free Press OfQce. Mrs. Pearl Garrett and John Hen derson and daughter, Evelyn, spent Decoration !at Dorrance, this week, and visited Mrs. 'Garrett's daughter, Mrs. Frimmel, and son, Dewey Gar rett. John needs an outing and it will do him good to get out on the farm. Mrs. John Henderson is very well pleased with Denver and would like to live in the west. She is having a nice visit with her sister, Mrs. Alta Kendall. She has made several trips to the mountains wheh she enjoyed very much and wishes her friends in Hays could enjoy them with her. School having closed, Miss Kath ryn McLain has resumed her duties as Librarian at the Carnegie Library. Mrs. Kelly and children of East Normal avenue, spent this week at their former home in Juncton City, visiting friends 'and relatives. The City Commissioners will meet in regular session next Tuesday eve ning, and may consider street paving petitions that have been (presented and found sufficiently signed. A terrible hard rain visited this neighborhood Monday evening, mak ing the roads nearly impassable for the country folks to come to Decora tion Day exercises. The Cemetery looked very neat and clean on Decoration Day, and every body seemed to have lots of flowers for the graves. A number of hand some new monuments have been put up during the year. , The Wolf Bros. Hardware Store has had ats front and sign repainted and it looks v very nice for spring. ;More 'business places could well do the same to beautify their business attractions. Let us fix that leaky Auto Radi ator. Bemis & Stein Hays. .1. O.O. F. Fidelity Lodge No. 194 1 Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30. Hays Encampment No. 64 meets the first and i third Fridays of each month. Visit ors always welcome.- FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN Five room house. Good terms given. See John Brumitt. ml8t3 nFW FREE A number of Educational Health Films will be exhibited at the Strand Theatre by the Health Department, on Tuesday, June the 6th, 1922, at 3:00 p. m. There will 'be no charges for admission and a large attendance is desired. The State Health officer will be present. Special Saturday. One lot of j Children's dresses, 50 cents each. I VIOLA SAMPLE STORE i FOR RENT A small house for light housekeep ing. Wall rent to a bunch of stu dents June 1st. B. G. Sites. WILL SHIP A CAR LOAD OF HOGS JUNE 10TH. Anyone wishing to ship a part of a load at that time, kindly get in touch with me at once. John O'Loughlin. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Amer ican Legion will hold its regular meet ing on Tuesday evening, June 6th, in the American Legion , room over Al bert Basgall's restaurant. Mrs. Sarah Bissing, Pres. Prof. Starbuck, formerly of the State Normal, has been here several days visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Desbrow, with their grown children; have moved to Hays from Kirwin, and will reside in the Freese house on. East Normal avenue, and the children will go to school. Farmer A. F. Stone, wh has lived many years in the Saline valley near Turkville, has put his farm in charge of his son and moved with his family to Plainville. Mrs. Alice Frahm is here from Lawrence, visiting her father, F. E. McLain, and sister, Kathryn. Miss Manie Aptplebaugh is ' here from Minneapolis. Kansas, visiting her. aunt, Mrs. C. F. McLain, and at tending the Summer School at the Normal. The Great Bend paper has the fol lowing, but does not tell whether she came to the Hays Normal or went to the Emporia Normal for the Summer term: "As to financial difficulties one Great Bend girl has no fears. What she longs for is the time when she will enroll at college and breathe the atmosphere she craves. 'I can shoot craps and pay my way through school,' she announced to her parents." The -Golden Belt Railroad crowd last week, lost one of its hardest workers and best pushers in Great Bend, by the death of County Com missioner J. F. Bales, who died there last week, of heart trouble which has bothered him several weeks. He was the "Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, formerly a farmer living a few miles out from the Bend, and very anxious that his farmers and the town should get the proposed railroad connection to Hays and Phil lipsburg. ' The Lamed paper last week an nounced the commencement of the erection of another new school build ing, 101x64 feet, in that city. Lamed is smaller than Hays, but is pro gressive in schools. If the Hays Chamber of Commerce would take up the subject and bring about (more school accommodations, and let up on the paving, it would be better in these times. The paving on one street, to be paid .by the property owners on that street, would put up an elegant school building. The cost of paving on the north side of the present school property would easily put up another good school building nad let the south side have a little of the good things they're paying for. If Hays people and the Normal had gone in and helped push the North and South railroad those Southerners offered to build, the crowd at the Summer school at-the Normal could easily be doubled, but now many have gone to Emporia and. Manhat tan, who would have come here; and it will he so until a railroad, can bring sutdents from the southern and the northern counties. As it is now, many had to come around by Salina or Colby, and consequently they go to' the other schools. Our Exchanges are -full of locals telling of students and teachers going to this or that school, and Hays should have at least two thousand each summer, and a thousand all through the year. Yet the State Utility Board, after their hearing here, .decided that this com munity did not SHOW any NECES SITY for the (building of the road, so the matter is dead until that showing is changed. The money, was ready to -build and work would be going on now had they granted the permission. 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. t The M erchant, 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. 0 HAYS, KANSAS 5 o $PECIAL SATURDAY Ladies' Fibre Silk Hose, 48 cents per pair. VIOLA $ AMPLE $TORE. Radiator Repair work a specialty. Bemis & Stein, Hays. Seventy neighbors and friends sur prised the E. M. McClain family on west First street, Saturday evening. The evening was spent in a delightful social imanner and games were play ed. At a late hour refreshments were served by the neighbors. . Mr. Mc Clain with his family, leaves soon to take charge of the United Light and Power Co., at Gypsum. Abilene Chronicle. PIANO RECITAL . Mrs. C. E. Malmberg will give the third recital of her series of piano re citals, Sunday 'afternoon, June 4, at 3:00 o'clock, in Trinity Lutheran Church. The following pupils will play: Virginia Schwaller, Doris Schwaller, Bernice iSchmoekel, Marg aret Meade, Eleanor 'Chittenden, Mary Ellis, Helen Cowan, Garland Yarb rough, Rosalind Ward, 'Meredith Schmoekel, Frances Lela .McLain, Dorothy Bartell,' Alice Bartell, Hazel Curry, Melba Brenner, and Dorothy Morrison. 1 A cordial invitation is extended to We specialize in Radiator Repair work. Bemis & Stein, Hays. Municipal Band Concert at Court House Lawn, Sunday, at 6:30 p. m. Don't miss it. D. P. SIMS, Musical Director. ' SUMMER TERM OF MUSIC Lessons on Mandolin, Guitar,' Ukelele, Piano and Violin. Up to date methods by an experienced teacher. No money in advance. Satisfaction guaranteed. Two idoors west of City Hall, or Hays City Drug Store. Mrs. A. B. 'Stewart. m25t2 For Sale. 160 acre farm, mile from Stockton, 60 acres in crop, bot tom land, timber, spring water, some improvements, low price, terms. Prefer selling but will consider good rentable town property as part pay ment. T. M. Wood, Stockton, Kans. 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 Hast a lifetime. Buy early and avoid the rush. The Weeder Factory, Hill City, Kans. 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. yfairt -h t-r- hx- hr& I - f- 3tu --1 TX E BAXK WHERK, VQU KKKL. AT 3HT3VI Hays-Kansas Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits, S5,C00.0O