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THE HAYS FREE PRESS, HAYS, KANSAS.
g LOCAL NOTES g Did you say if we meet prices? No! we don't. We have told you that "we sell for less." Now we must make our word good. Try us, and see if we don't. Wholesalers Cash Stores Co. "We Sell for Less." Miss Eva Wood returned home Thursday, after a three weeks' visit with friends near Ellis. Miss Kathryn McLain went to Lawrence, Friday morning, for a short visit with her sister, Mrs. Alice Frahm. Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Roberts left Thursday night, for a visit with relatives and friends in Centralia, Missouri. Frank Miller and wife of Ellis, Chas. Passing and wife, and Miss Alice Bissing left Sunday, for Colo rado, to spend their summer vacation. Mrs. J. G. Brenner has returned from Colorado Springs. E. C. Waldo and wife were over from Ellis, Wednesday. On Wednesday evening, August 9, a large number of friends and rela tives of Grandpa Tourtillotte(E. T. Tourtillotte, Sr.) met with him at the home of Alonzo Brumitt and tender ed him a farewell party. The gov ernment is going to furnish him a home so long as he desires to stay, at Fort Riley, and he is departing soon for that place. Mr. Tourtillotte was struck hy a bullet in the 'battle of Murfreedboro, Tennessee. He is now nearly eighty-four years of age, and has lived in or near this community since an early date. His many friends sincerely regret his departure and wholeheartedly wish him well. Did you say if ,we meet prices? No ! we don't. We have told you that "we sell for less." Now .we must make our word good. Try us, and see if we don't. Wholesalers Cash Stores Co. "We Sell for Less." Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bell an nounce the birth of a baby boy born Saturday morning. Mrs. Stella West Mann came up from Kansas City, Monday, on the evening train. Maurice Zeigler and John O'Lough lin, Jr., left Wednesday night for of Stockton, has been a teacher in the Hays Hays beat Plainville -nt a game of i Colorado on a business and pleasure Golf, last Sunday. ' j trip. Prof. Parker of the Fort Hays Nor mal School, is driving a new Durant automobile. Will Madden and son, Ed, transact ed business in Trego county, the first of this week. Clyde Acre and ;Clyde Reed left the first of the week, for a trip to the Ozark Mountains. ! Mr. and Mrs. Ct E. Malmberg and; sfn, Carl, and Mrs. G. F. Eader and J baby returned home Tuesday evening. nfter a week's visit in Topeka. A. W. Copeland of McCracken, was in Hays, this week. Jake Steekiem lest a stack of wheat j by lightning, last week. j Will and Fred Wagner and families! went ea.-t, this week, via the auto; route, for an outing of several' weeks duration. They will probably visit Matthew II. Jameson who is so-j journing at the National Soldiers' i Home at Leavenworth. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth are enjoying a visit from Mr. Went worth's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and children of Beloit, j Kansas. They are enroute for Cali I fornia. ! ! Miss Besise Tillotson spent last J week with friends at Culver, Kansas, I near Salina. Prof. Bi-ooi employed a High School Jake Brull, wife and daughter, Regina, left Wednesday, for the Colo rado mountains. The Hays K. of C. baseball team will play a Salina team at Hays, Sunday. Mooney Oak, lightest bending and most adaptable for Ladies' Fine Shoe soles. Floyd has it and uses it, at Viola Sample Store. A fakir who held foith on the streets of Hays, Tuesday, made no . . . o xt i bones of the fact that he was faking Did you say if we meet prices? No!! , . TT , , , J r i Ins niKiinrp. Tif tolH frip-m that hp we don t. We have told you mat "ve Roily Young of the Oakley Graphic was a brief caller at the Free Press office, Wednesday morning. Roily seems to be dealing in real estate to some extent, inasmuch as he was trading some land for a hotel prop erty in Victoria. How will mine host, Young, sound? For Sale. Two dwelling houses. Sixth and Grand. J. P. Gillam. The footings for the Girls' Dormi tory are being run this week. The Primary over, the votes have been polled, And those with the msot votes won, The fun it is ended, the best was done But some were left out in the cold. (For instance) Mis Elizabeth Lorraine Wooster, Who don't run as good as she uster, The best at the most, she was left at the -post, For the folks did not get out and .boost her. (Which reminds one of that old song) "Goodbye, Lizzie, we hate to lose you, It really grieves our hearts to see you So, But in the office we really can not use you, Farewell, Lizzie, you irked us so." Did you say if we meet prices? No! we don't. We have told you that "we sell for less." Now iwe must make our word good. Try us, and see if we don't. Wholesalers Cash Stores Co. "We Sell for Less." Mrs. Frank Fields and daughter, Ernestine, are occupying the Malloy residence during Mr. and Mrs. Mal loy's summer outing in Colorado. IF the Snoe Strings are good in those old comforts of yours, perhaps we can lengthen their life for a very small amount. Floyd, Master-Shoer, at Viola Sample Store. Used Farm Machinery for sale; Plows, Drills, Tractors, etc. O'Loughlirl Garage. For Sale. 1920 Ford Coupe in good condition. C. S. Reed. The new Optical Parlor at the Hays City Drug Store. Equipped up to date. Call and see W. F. Czeskle ba. See me for improved and unim proved city property at right prices. No inflation. H. V. Oshant. FREE a tube with each casing purchased. O'LOUGHLIN GARAGE Rev. Brother Floyd, good for nothing else, perhaps. But certainly "there" on REBUILDING SHOES, at Viola Sample Store. I want choice farm loans at 0V2 per cent interest. Can you beat it. H. W. Oshant. Having use for but one car, I will sell my Buick 6, with new tries for $375.00 W. F. Czeskleba, Hays City Drug Store. Used Fords, real bargains. O'Loughlin Garage. HAYS MUSIC FESTIVAL GETS MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The Minneapolis Symphony Orch estra will cpen the Mus.ic Festival Week at the .Fort Hays Kansas Nor mal School next spring with two con certs. The Minneapolis Symphony under the direction of Emil Oberhof- fer, is one of the most elite orchestras; in the country. The opening day of the festival will be either April 29 or May 5. The Minneapolis Symphony, Orchestra is the biggest attraction that the Music Festival Week has ever offered even including Rosa Ponselle and Schumann-Heink. FOR SALE Canning tomatoes, $2.00 per bu. Will deliver in Hays. Phone 130R. C. L. Henderson. Viola says: Good Material, HONEST, PAINSTAKING WORKMANSHIP THEN FORGET WAR PRICE WINS SAY FOLKS, IT'S WINNING. FLOYD at Sample Store. in Now we must make Try us, and see if we sell for less." our word good don't. Wholesalers Cash Stores Co. "We Sell for Less." City Manager Seng returned from his trip to Topeka, Wednesday. Miss Emily Johnson, City lOlerk, will leave the latted prat of this week, for a two weeks' vacation. She will ! visit home folks at Osage City. The defeat of D. O. McCray is tragedy. McCray has (been a pictur esque figure in Kansas for years. As he journeyed toward the- West more and more one's heart went out to him. It seemed a little thing to hand him an office of trust as a reward ' for many years of service. 'Pink Rag, Topeka, Kansas. Miller Bros, this week, sold two lots in Normal addition to Mr. Lemon of Osborne, who contemplates ibuild ing this fall. Also one lot in Block One, Fairview Addition. Miss LoRee Cave went to Dodge City, Sunday, for a short visit with friends. Misses Belle McKinney and Eunice Ramsey, both of Ellis, visdted friends a short time in our city, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis entertained at dinner, Friday evening, Grover C. Moore and Miss Molly Moore Mrs. Anthony Unrein is a patient at St. Anthony's hospital. Jude-e A. D. Gilkeson went to Sharon Springs. Sunday noon, on business. Roy Caskey of Ellis, was kicked in the side by a horse, Saturday eve ning. He was brought to St. An thony's hospital at once, for treatment. Did you say if we meet prices? No! we don't. We have told you that "we sell for less." Now we must make our word good. Try us, and see if we don't. Wholesalers Cash Stores Co. "We Sell for Less." Did you say if we meet prices? No! we don't. We have told you that "we sell for less." Now we must make our word good. Try us, and see if we don't. Wholesalers Cash Stores Co. "We Sell for Less." The adoption of the "employees budget and savings" f! plan by the United Light & Power System, the United If Telephone Company, and their associated companies all with general offices at Abilene, Kansas is but a further- f ance of a scheme of "safe-guarding expenditures" that f has long been a policy of these companies. U Money must be saved for a definite purpose as well jj as spent for a definite purpose to render the most service. I? MEN AND WOMEN d who cannot save constructively, cannot spend construct ively. An organization that does not encourage this sort of economy on the part of its employees cannot hope for these employees to observe the principles in the conduct of its business. THE DEPARTMENTAL BUDGET prepared by every department head of these Associated Companies, each month outlining the expenditures neces sary for the coming months, has the effect of Making everyone careful of expendi tures. , Measuring expenditures by the rule I of necessity. Establishing an economy consistent with steady business promotion. t Keeping costs down to patrons. , f Guaranteeing earnings to investors. :l n THESE ARE ALL g necessary to the successful operation of any business but u more especially are they necessary to the successful oper- fl ation of a public utility, which must not only be operated ! successfully from the standpoint of the investor, but which must also have the approval of the public and the only constituted regulatory bodies. THESE ARE THINGS WORTH THINKING ABOUT was deceiving them and still they bit like suckers. At the close of his en deavors, when he thought the crowd had given up all the money they would, he remarked: "You know boys, there's a sucker born every min ute." The crowd appreciated the fact and cheered him vociferously. The American people, it would seem, like to be "skinned." In no branch of business is accur ate information and honest dealing so indispensible to successful opera tion as in dealing with real estate. P. P. Smith who has recently moved over the A. A. Wiesner department store formerly occupied by Dr. O. A. Hennerich, has had ample experience and has actively engaged in real estate business for a number of years and has made a careful study of the valuation of city, town or other prop erties. He also negotiates loans, col lects rents, looks up titles, etc. Parties desiring safe and profitable invest ment can do no better than consult P. P. Smith. E. M. Speer and family and Leo Moore and wife left Wednesday, for Bushnell, Nebraska, where they will visit friends for some time. From there they will go to Colorado to spend the balance of their summer vacation. The Hillman's Ideal Stock Com pany are entertaining the citizens of Hays, this week, in their tent across from the Free Press office. If the first night is any criterion, the show will be one of the cleanest that has visit ed Hays for years. Their vaudeville between. acts was void of the usual rsilly and suggestive nastiness that prevails in the majority of traveling shows. They evidently knew they were playing to an audience of gen tlemen and ladies. ARE HAYS NORMAL STUDENTS HOME The Fort Hays Kansas Normal School closed its largest summer school July 28th, and the students are back hoijie. There were 1128 students enrolled. 425 were candidates for certificates and diplomas. The fall semeslter at the Fort Hays Kansas Normal School will open Tuesday, September 5, and the pros pects are good for an unusual all enrollment. Those who were honor students in summer school from our county were as follows: Martha Aldrich 2 H Freda Brooks 1 H Zella Clark 1 H Frances Harrison 1 H Alexander Meier' 1 H Josephine Parker 1 H John Shively 1 H Bessie Tillotson 1 H Carl Melmiberg - 2 H Daisy Pierson 1 H Sr. Georgina Sander 1 H Sr. Alfreda Bayerwalter 1 H Sr. Antonia Keys I H Sr. Innocence Winkel 1 H Sr. Liberata Schumacher 1 H Sr. M. Louise Brandt 1 H Sr. Pauletta Scheck 1 H Blanche Hoch 2 H Freda Knoche 1 II PANCO SOLES What is it? Soles that last from four to twelve months. Waterproof, non-slipping, flexible. Floyd at Viola Sample Store. It T Fhe United Telephone ! a S i 8 Co. 1 "Service First" "Service Always" ABILENE, KANSAS F (Oil 1 Mrs. Faythe Zimmer and infant daughter are here from Topeka, visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Logan and family Miss Anita Waldie of Medford. Oklahoma, is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. J. Costner, of this city. Miss Waldie has been a teacher in the Medford school for the past two years and has been re-employed for another term. Miss Ida Wasdnger, one of the pop ular young ladies at the Hays post- office, who has been enjoying her vacation in Colorado, has returned and is again at her post in the post- office. Did you say if we meet prices? No! we don't. We have told you that "we sell for-less." Now we must make our word good. Try us, and see if .we don't. Wholesalers Cash Stores Co. "We Sell for Less." C. W. Reeder, Jr., and wife, and Geo. Woodward and wife returned Tuesday, from a vacation trip to Colorado. u pleasant shower and surprise party was arranged last Tuhrsday evening, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Howard, -for Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Getty who recently re turned from their honeymoon trip. Members of the Experiment Station staff and their families were present. Mr. and Mrs. Getty were the recip ients of a number of useful and beau tiful presents. Refreshments were served after which good wishes were extended to the happy couple. Mr. and Mrs. Getty returned August 1, from a 1000-mile auto trip through eastern Nebraska and Kansas where they visited friends and relatives en route. After a short stay in Hays, Mrs. Getty will accompany Mr. Getty on an official trip through Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico. The following students were enroll ed in summer school from this county: Sr. M. Carmel 'Meyer, C. S. A., Munjor; Sr. M. Ildefonse Wagner, Munjor; Sr M. Pauletta Scheck, Mun jor; Sr. M. Magdalen Moreth, Hays; Sr. Liberata Schumacher, Catherine; Sr. M. Louise Brand!, Hays; Sr. M. L-ucida Vorndran, Victoria; Sr. M. Laurita Dwyer, C .S. A., Hays; Sr. M. Leonilla Berger, Munjor; Sr M. Inno cence Winkel, Ellis; Sr. M. Georgina Sander, Ellis; Sr. M. Georgia Schrenk C. S. A., Hays; Sr. M. Grace Holt- house, Victoria; Sr M. DeLaurdes Fay O. S. D., Hays; Sr. M. Camella Biegel, C. S. A., Catherine: Sr. M. Celmen- tine Moreth, Hays; Sr. Alexia Schue- ler, Victoria; Sr. Mary Alfreda Bayer- waiter, Hays; Sr. M. Almira Fink, Hays; Sr. M. Aloysia Leakam, C. S A., Hays; Sr. M. Amades Wirtz, C. S A., Ellis; Sr. M. Anthony Keller, C. S. A., Hays; Sr. M. Antonina Muel ler, Victoria; Sr M. Aquila Eckert, Ellis ; Sr. M. Antonia Keys, Hays. Did you say if we meet prices? No! we don't. We 'have told you that "we sell for less." Now we must make our word good. Try us, and see if we don't. Wholesalers Cash Stores Co. "We Sell for Less.'V FOR SALE Canning tomatoes, $2.00 per bu. Will deliver in Hays. Phone 13 OR. L. Henderson. 8 I I -? hi 8 8 8 0 11 ft hi 8! 8 hi tl I? t.1 U1 IT I 0 PE" SOHTl'to I I the ex- m m we are m Your attention is invited to ceptionally Low rate at which now enabled to make Farm Loans. A nominal commission ' charge which need not be paid in cash further enhances this offer. Attractive also is the feature which permits the interest to be cared for in annual payments. . Five, Seven or Ten Year Periods We welcome the opportunity to explain why we can best serve you. 1 1 The Bank Where You Feel at Home HAYS CITY, KANSAS 8 li : 1 si ri o i i V3 it '