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THE HAYS FILEE PHESS, HAYS, KANSAS.
LOCAL NOTES FOR SALE Four of the most desirable lots in town. One block northwest of Hos pital. Also three lots 1 blocks east of Normal. Inquire of Mrs. Mary Ryan, Phone 23. Furnished apartment for rent. Phone 558. Ralph Stout of El Paso, Texas, was here last week, visiting his father, Frank Stout. Ralph is in the audit ing department of the El Paso & Southwestern railroad. Miller Brothers this week sold the Lee McKinzey bungalow to Joseph A. Schmidt. We solicit your patronage. Hays Steam Laundry, phone 276. Ira E. Lloyd, attorney from Ells worth, came here Saturday after noon," enroute from WaKeeney. He is attending court here this week. Mrs. Glenn Tillotson and daughter, DeLore?, came home Monday night, after a visit with Mrs. Tillotson's parentr, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Baugh'i:?.n, in Kansas City. One-half section of good land in Russell county, 3 ' miles from rail road, 70 acres in corn, to exchange for residence. Call Hays City Drug Store. Attorney Herman Long of Wa Keeney, attended District Court here Monday forenoon. Sheriff Frank Loreditsch was in" Ellis, Monday afternoon, serving j papers on different witnesses. Modern Rooms for rent. Phone! No. 133. I Jake Paul, manager of the Walker! Lumber Company, was a Court House visitor Monday. i I want choice farm loans at 51 per cent interest. Can you beat it. II. W. Oshant. Cyrus Monroe, a Topeka lawyer, is here to attend the District Court, this week. For Sale. Modern five room house. Phone 10. C. W. Reeder and wife left Wed nesday night, for Excelsior Springs for a few weeks' outing. See me for improved and unim proved city property at right prices. No inflation. II. W. Oshant. When your clothes are dirty, call up 27G, Hays Steam Laundry. Cash groceries are the best and cheapest. You can get them a the Hays Cash Grocery store on North Main street. Miller Brothers this week sold the 3-acre tract of Daniel Brumitt's to John O'Loughlin. A committee were here from Ellis, jthis week, soliciting funds for the benefit of the railroad strikers. Sheet Music for sale at the Hays City Drug Store. Typewriting Paper at Clark's, on South Chestnut street. The Good Samaritan is still on the job at the Hays Cash Grocery store. Pencil and Pen Tablets at Clark's, on South Chestnut street. For Sale. New five room modern bungalow. H. W. Illingworth, Hays. Dunn Fountain Pens for sale at the Hays City Drug Store. For QUICK DELIVERY phone the Hays Cash Grocery for your . groceries. Pure Kanred Seed Wheat for sale. Fort Hays Experiment Station. The Hays City Golf Club thjs week held an eliminating contest to select ten players who will attend a Golf Tournament at Ellis, next Sunday. Clubs from Ellsworth, Hays, and sev eral other towns will be present. Hays Steam Laundry, phone 276. Magazines, Hays City Drug Store. The P. E. O. will hold a rummage sale at II. H. Winters' hardware store Saturday, September 16, at 1 o'clock. Cecil McKee, a student at the Fort Hays Normal, who left the latter part of June, for a tour in Europe, has returned home and is again enrolled at the Normal. Mr. B. B. Bayles, a graduate of the Kansas State Agricultural Col lege arrived at the Fort Hays Experi ment station last week, to take charge of the experimental work with Cereal crops, during the absence of "Mr. Swanson. 1 Mr. Swanson, who has been granted a "leave of absence," left last Saturday for St. Paul, where he will enter the University of Min nesota for graduate work. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frahm, who have been visiting the latter's father, Judge F. E. McLain, and sister, Miss Xathryn McLain, for a week, left Sunday morning, for their home at Emporia. Are You Going to New Orleans? If you are, please advise, as the Identification Certificate Xist must be completed at once. See, phone or write C. S. Wilson, Adj. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Craig, for merly of this city but now of Mc Cracken, visited friends in this city, Sunday. Attorney Jerry Driscoll of Russell, was here Monday, attending District Court. Mrs. J. M. Schaefer and daughter, Agnes, are in Excelsior Springs, this week. John R. Parsons, County Attorney of Trego county, was here Monday, looking after his cases in the District Court. Mrs. Etta Tillotson left Sunday, for Hutchinson, to attend the State Fair and to visit with her brother. The Ellis County Stock Judging Team won fourth place at the Hutch inson State Fair, this week. The hombrie who is your true friend is the groceryman who de mands spot cash for his goods. "Pay your money and take your choice" is the right motto. The Hays Cash Grocery Store is the right place to get your groceries at the right price. Don't forget your pocketbook. It is the open sesame. P. V. Gottschalk went to Schoen chen, this Thursday morning, after a load of watermelons. We presume he intends to hold a watermelon feast and invite all his friends to come and enjoy the juicy fruit. Joe Wellbrock and J. J. Kuhn were here from Walker, this week. II. J. Tholen has a radio set in a back room of his Jewelry Store. This Thursday morning we listened to music, a Kansas City market report, also a market report from Lincoln, Nebraska. A large company of the member ship of th Baptist Church gathered at the Baptist Parsonage in a fare well meeting to wish the Jewell fam ily God Speed, Monday evening, Sep- tember 18th. The Baptist Ministers of the Upper Solomon Valley, were the guests at dinner, of the Baptist Pastor and family, las tMonday evening. The Pastors met to lay plans for their part in the coming convention. Bunny Gross left for school last Saturday. Mrs. R. E. Getty left September 12 for Manhattan where she will take the fifteen weeks Housekeeping Short Course at K. S. A. C. Lot. A number of keys. Finder please leave at the postoffice or with Miss Anna Meyer. The recital given at the N. P. Gass ,man home, last Sunday afternoon, by Harriet Gassman, Alexia Schueler, Leona Weigel, Clara Schueler and Eleanor Schueler, music students of Mrs. C. E. Malmberg, was very well rendered. The guests present ex pressed a very great appreciation of every number. Both "the teacher and Jthe pupils are to be commended for the excellence of the program render ed. A street fakir was here Saturday, just a slick ordinary grafter, and of course many bit. He sold powder to transfer pictures, ibut it won't. The picture he transferred had been chem ically treated so they would transfer anyway. The medicine he sold was of no more value than Kansas dust. We learn from reliable sources that he cleaned up $65 here in one afternoon and evening and more than twice that amount at Almena. When will we ever learr to let the fakir alone. Logan Republican. You Can Assist In perfecting our nation's banking organization by carrying your ac count with a bank which is a mem ber of the Federal Reserve System. First National Bank HAYS A party consisting of fourteen automobiles with dogs and men, passed through Hays, Tuesday, en route for the wsetern part of the state, on a hunting expedition. - It is the open season for chickens. They may find a few "chickens" in the towns but they'are scarce on the prairies. If you wish to have your eyes fit ted with glasses, phone 348 for date. W. F. Czeskleba. Fred Schwaller and wife attended the automobile races at Kansas City, Sunday. Attorneys Blair and Lillard of To peka, attended court here this week. Dr. Pruitt came up from Wichita, Monday night, and shipped the bal ance of his goods. ' Christ Schaefer, the shoemaker, has moved back to Ellis. Try us with your laundry. If we pleai.., tell others; if not, tell us. Hays Steam Laundry, phone 276. Special sale on Hats and all other Millinery for Fair Week, at Miss Deane's. Miller Brothers this week sold to John Bengtson one of the cottages in the Cochran Addition. "An honorable discharge and certi ficate of character in such discharge," J. M. Wiesner, County Attorney, de clared in his closing argument in the case of the State vs. Leonard R. Bing man, "did not mean much except that the fellow had not been caught." Bingman was arrested a short time ago charged with burglary and grand Jarceny of Geyer's Drug Store at pllis, early on the morning of July 4th, 1921. The jury brought in a verdict of guilty in the grand larceny charge. It appears that someone got into the store through a window fast ened from the inside. About three j hundred dollars worth of articles were stolen. What was particularly noticed was a tray or two of fountain j pens. They were discovered in a second hand store at Ellsworth. The I econt hand store man swore posi-j tively that Bingman was the man and j that he could not be mistaken, but his nind was blank on everything else that happened that day. Everything! in the wav of evidence was f ourh ! and especially that of the identifica tion of the fountain pens. They were high priced but had nothing written on them that may not be found on any fountain pens on sale in hundreds of places in the state. The defendant never took the stand in his own be half but did produce the proprietors of the restaurant at Ellis where ' he worked. Powell and Frazier both took the stand. The former said that he started in the last week in June to work on a night shift from 7 p. m. to 7 a. m., and that he got full time during the month of July and that he was not absent for one day. Mr. Frazier worked with him during the night shift and he said that on July 3rd the restaurant was bare of all food for they were sold out. . Until nine or ten they were busy preparing food and waiting on the trade and after twelve all their time was taken up -in getting ready for the Fourth and that if Bingman was absent for any length of time, it would have been noticed. One witness from Ellis was brought on the stand for the state, that refused to say anything. The state tried to prove That Bingman had complained that he had only got ten $15.00 out of the deal. The wit ness refused to say anything and said he knew nothing about it. He was threatened with being locked up for contempt but it did not change his de meanor. Bingman is an overseas man and served twenty-two months in the army and has an honorable dis charge. KANSAS A big line of sport and dress hats on sale for ten days at Miss Deane's. Chamber of Commerce Nominees Below is a list of sixteen nominees selected by members of the Chamber of Commerce. Eight of whom will serve The Hays Chamber of Com merce for the. next two years. J. B. Basgall, C. A. Beeby, Frank Bissing, J. G. Brenner, H. V. Fellers, George Grass, Jr., Dr. O. A. Henner ich, W. A. Lewis, Miles Mulroy, H. A. Nickles, A. H. Oehler, Geo. Philip, Jr., Alex Schueler, A. W. Seng, E, M. Speer, F. S. Wasinger. Vote for eight.- Your ballot must be returned to the office of the Secre tary on or before Monday, September 25th. Mail yours now. For Sale or Trade A Dodge Touring Car in good con dition. G. J. Klug. FOR SALE A Buick Six in good condition. Inquire for Swede at the O'Loughlin garage. FRESH MILK COW A good one, just calved. Come in and milk her and buy her. Will de liver to any part of Ellis or Trego county. W. J. Madden, Hays. FOR RENT One flat of five rooms. Anna Ryan, Phone 23. Inquire of ANNOUNCEMENT As the business and my work does not allow me to see all the Voters of Ellis County, for that reason I wish to announce myself that I am a candi date for the office of Probate Judge. I will herein ask the Voters for their support at the election in November, 1022. Your support will be appreciated. J. B. Gross. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1922-23 Date Place Opposing Team Sept. 29, Fri., Hays (Fair) Stockton Oct Oct. Oct. 6, Fri., 13, Fri. 20, Fri. 27, Fri. Hays Codell Hays, Ellsworth Chapman, Dickin son Co. High WaKeeney Trego Co. High Hays, S.t John's Academy "ov- 3, Fri., Nov. 10, Fri., Nov. 17, Fri., LaCrosse Hays, Bison LaCrosse Wilson Bison Ellis ov' 4, Fri., Nov. 30, Thanksgiv'g, Hays 8! ACY'S TIRE SHOP is going to put on a Tire and Tube Sale whirh will be the BIGGEST event of the year. Remember this sale lasts but one week only, beginning Sept. 2S and Ending Sep Tires will be sold at Geatly REDUCED PRICES and nothing but FIRST GRADE TIRES bearing Serial Numbers and carrying the Standard Tire War rantee will be sold, except a few used tires. All tires vill be sold at money saving prices. Don't MISS this while in Hays FAIR WEEK. One glance at the PRICE and QUALITY will con vince you. If we run out of your size we will take your order at SALE PRICES. v 25 per cent must be paid with order. hi 8 fi hi 8 HAYS CITY, f. 0 H f Good things to eat. Our store is full of the very be3t obtainable. Our line of Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe3 will also please you. A trial will convince you. I Carl Leiker tk Son 1 Phone 267 ... Give us a trial 1 lyii mi ffdtClgtkes - There are lots of Sport line-up. Very few, "Toddler." Oehler & Steimel Just One Price C .3 Look for the Tire Shop sign 111 South Fort Street. U 1- 5' fi 1 You'll Find your kind of suits here in these "Toddlers" at $25.00 327.50 $32.50 $35.00 models in this season's style however, to compare with our One Just Price n t it el I 1 I fi KANSAS 7;