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THE HAYS FREE PRESS, HAYS, KANSAS.
j LOCAL NOTES
I want choice farm loans at 5
per cent interest. Can you beat it.
H. W. Oshant.
Moving Household Goods and Gen
eral Dray Business. Roy Thomas,
Phone 550.
.Nine loads of wheat from the
Schoenchen neighborhood, were
brought to town on Monday, in a
bunch, surprising some strangers in
our mid$t from the east, not being
accustomed to see such a cvalcade.
For Rent. One nufurnished apart-!
ment. 211 West Normal Avenue,;
Phone 329. j
Woman's Temple Knights of
Pythias will give a public Social and
program at the Castle Hall, next Mon
day night, October 30th. Come and
enjoy a social hour. Admission, 23c.
Coats Relined. Ladies or men's,
at Bissing Brothers, Phone 208. South
Chestnut Street. -
John Troth had a cement walk put
down in front of his residence on
East Juniata street, this week.
See me for improved and unim
proved city property at right prices.
No inflation. H. W. Oshant.
Furnished rooms for rent on West
Juniata. Mrs. Chas. Hoke.
John Linquist, County Superin
tendent of Gove County and a grad
uate of the Fort Hays Normal, at
tended the State Teachers' Conven
tion here in Hays, last week.
Remember when you want pressing
guaranteed work you should
patronize Bissing Brothers on South
Chestnut street, Phone 208.
Carl Leiker sports a
automobile.
new Durant A nephew of H. H. Pierce, with his
wife, visited with Mr. Pierce and fam
ily, several da"ys. They left Tuesday
night for their home in Portland,
Oregon.
Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Pierce of East Normal avenue,
H.
re-
Saturday of last week, Harry King
took Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer to
Rochester, Minnesota, where they will
be treated by the Mayo Brothers, the j
famous surgeons, who have the credit '
of performing wonders for suffering, turned home from their 3000-mile
humanity. . j summer trip with their Dodge auto-
I mobile through Illinois, Iowa, and
jirs. lizzie lurner nanes is nere,napr cnto rpnnrfir9 a vaia
I time, little rain anywhere, and no
accidents. They report Ward Sulli-
f- ,nH M w.m.r .TnWnn i vn and wife doing well in their
Ladies or men can have their coats
relined work guaranteed at Biss
ing Brothers, South Chestnut street,
Phone 208.
from LaCrosse, visiting her mother.f
Mrs. Noster.
SCHOOL HOUSE FOR SALE
Sealed bids will be received for the
purchase of . Pleasant Hill School
House. Bids to be in by October 31,
1922. The Board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids. Bids to be
directed to the School District Clerk,
Martin Strohmeier.
little son were down from Gove coun
ty, last week, attending the teachers
meeting and visiting Mrs. Johnson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walz, of
West Juniata street.
Fred Sites who has been at Mayo i
1 school work in Illinois
Register now. Why now? Because
you may forget it until it is too late.
Your sentiment may be good but it
takes votes actually cast that will
elect your friend or give the boys the
Compensation of $1.00 per day. So
register now. Your vote may decide
the question.
For Rent. Two small furnished
rooms for small family. Close in,
good well water. Price reasonable.
Anna Froelich Pago.
H. H. Pierce and wife autoed to
their farm in Russell county, Wednes
day. C. M. Holmquist, Post Compensa
tion Officer, made a trip to Walker
Tuesday afternoon. He says every
body's for it in that town as well as
in Victoria.
John Quint, themeat and grocery
man of Victoria, was in the city Wed
nesday. Sheriff Loreditsch made a trip to
Victoria, Wednesday, to investigate
the attempted safe breaking in Brun
gardt's store.
Hon. F. S. Iddings of Logan coun-!
ty, was in Hays, Wednesday, on busi
ness and to visit his neighbor, Chas.
Farren, who is at the Hays hospital
suffering from severe injuries caused
hv ypinof run nvpr Vv n rrm A mr
Brothers in Rochester, Minnesota, for j t. ,
,. , ' I One of his arms and both legs were
some time, taking medical treatment, u i tt - j-
' , i broken. He is in a precarious condi-
has returned home. .. T , ,. . . . . ,
tion. Mr. Iddings was twice elected
A. A. Wiesner has a new automo-! to represent his county in the State
bile a Cole Eight. Some nifty ; Legislature.
machine. ; South Hays is growing by leaps and
Mrs. H. A. Nickles and daughter, j bounds. There are changes almost
France?, went to Lawrence, Satur-I over ght that even puzzle some of
day, to visit her son, Albert, who is ! our best citizens. One of Hays' con
tractors who was working on a job in
Southeast Hays, came down early one
morning this week we don't think he
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,
1922.
Your support will be appreciated.
J. B. Gross.
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JOCHEM
Past Deputy Grand Knight
of Kansas
WILL SPEAK AT
High School Hall, Victoria, Sunday, 3 p. m.
Court House Hays, Evening at 7:30
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attending K. U.
Mrs. H. B. Kohl who has been visit
ing her son, Hugo, at Lenora, where
he is conducting a drug store, has re
turned .home.
T. M. Wood, a former teacher at
the Fort Hays Normal, now a banker
at Keats, Kansas, was in Hays, last
Saturday.
Sanford Sites is putting down a
cement sidewalk and driveway at his
residence on East Juniata.
made a trip to
attend Justice
C. M. Holmquist
Ellis, Saturday, to
Woodard's Court.
Are you a voter? But unless you
register, you cannot vote. If things
do not go to suit, if you fail to regis
ter, whom are yo ugoing to blame that
you are not a voter on November 7th
1922?
Are you for Compensation? Every
body is for it. How much does it
help the boys if you cannot vote be
cause you failed to register?
Furnished House for rent. 106 East
Fourth street. Wm. Roenfeldt, !
Phone 464. o26t2
Now that the State Teachers' As
sociation meeting has passed, the Nor
mal and Public schools have gotten
'back to normal and are counting the
days until Thanksgiving vacation.
Last Sunday, Floyd JJesbrow and
Miss Katie Vogel drove over to Ness
county to visit Miss Vogel's parents,
Matt Vogel and family, formerly of
Hays, but now living on a ranch just
west of Ness City They report the
Vogel family doing well.
A newjjioon appeared in the south
ern heavens this week, and according
.u me nuian sayings: "it is a wet
moon." This will afford the farmers
of the western half of Kansas, great
pleasure, and it can't come too quick
or be too wet to please them.
Sanford Sites and wife took their
son, Blaine, and wife to Salina, Sun
day. Blaine attended the teachers'
meeting here last week.
Miss Olive Sunderland, a graduate
of the Fort Hays Normal, attended
the teachers meeting here last week.
Tommy Mock, a graduate of the
Fort Hays Normal, who is teaching
in the Holcomb Consolidated School",
attended the teachers meeting here
last week.
JEmmett Fink, a graduate of the
Fort Hays Normal, who is teaching at
-Burns, Kansas, attended the teachers
meeting here last week.
Fred .Archer and wife were up
from Junction City, last week, attend-ir-
teachers meeting and risiting
1 - . .Archer's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
II. A. Nkldes.
McCracken, Kansas, now has a
new postmaster, a Republican, Mr.
and Mrs. John Lovett, appointed by
President Wilson nine years ago, step
ping out, while Mr. R. S. Mortimer,
lately appointed, takes his place.
James T. Nolan, the Republican
candidate for County Attorney, was
in town 'Monday, shaking hands with
his friends and the voters generally.
Another ten days and the election re
sults of 1922 will be known.
Young Brungardt who 'has been
working for T. G. Reed & Sons for
several years, left Tuesday for Akron,
Colorado, where he' has a position.
J. J. Dreiling, cashier of the Farm
ers' State Bank of Walker, was a
Hays visitor (Monday.-
Misses Greenwald and Ehzabeth
Jones from near Otis, visited with
Mrs. A. V. Clark, last week, and at
tended the teachers meeting.
R. Viola, of the Viola Sample
Stores, was up from Abilene, this
week, visiting his daughter, Mrs. M.
L. Stevenson and family.
For Rent. Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Phone 242.
North Pine street.
Show Case.
had been boozing and couldn't
locate his work. He had to inquire
of a citizen where a certain building
which he had been working on, was
located. How's that for the building
push?
Many autoists seem to forget the
danger they are in when they leave
their car on the street at night with
out lights burning. The automobile
law provides that anyone leaving
their car at night on any road or
street without their lights burning,
shall not hve any right to collect
any damages if their car is run into
and damaged. This is a common
habit in Hays and has already cost
several unnecessary repair bills.
NEW ARRIVALS
Donald Edward at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. J. R. Betthauser, on Colum
bus Day.
Delores Elizabeth, October 20th,
to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Tholen, at the
hospital.
William Henry, October 21st,
the home of Geo. F. Bunker.
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A baby girl October 19th, at
home of Louis Houser.
the
For Sale. One
Campus Tea Room.
Chas. A. Baumer from Fairport, i
was in the city, Tuesday, on business.
Clement Unrein of the Sommprei
sen School District, was in the citv.
Tuesday forenoon, transacting busi- i team
ness.
FAIRVIEW WINS AGAIN
In the best game this season, Fair
view defeated the fast Highland foot
ball team Wednesday afternoon, by
a score of 20-0. The game was fast
and clean throughout and the local
boys simply outplayed and outgener
aled the Highland boys. The score
at the end of -the second quarter was
0-0, but in the last half Fairview wore
down her opponents and scored.
So far this season Fairview has
scored 239 points to 16 scored against
them and the team has not lost a
game. Fairview Enterprise.
IC. A. Clark who is teacher at Fair
view, is also Coach for the football
REGISTRATION NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the poll
books of the City of Hays, Kansas,
will be open from 8 o'clock a. m. un
til 10 o'clock p. m. on each and every
day, including the noon hour, from
the 18th of October until the 27th of
October, 1922, both dates inclusive,
.for the purpose of registration of !
qualified voters of said City; and that
fro m-and after the 27th of October,
.1922, said books will be closed for
the purpose of registering and remain
so until after the general election.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said City this 9th day of October,
1922. 0
Emily C. Johnson,
(L S) Clerk.
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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 & Son
Phone 267
Give us a trial
J. C. McLain of Colorado Springs,
Colorado, a wholesale land broker,
spent several hours in the city, Satur
day. He. has a colony from this coun
ty located in the San Luis Valley.
Mrs. Geo. King and Mrs. Thos.
Reed, Jr., motored to Ellis, Tuesday
afternoon.
Jonah Nulton left this week, for a
winter's visit among old friends in
his old home in Pennsylvania.
Registration moved at a rapid clip
Monday and Tuesday. The books
close the 28th at 10:00 p. m.
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PIPE ORGAN RECITAL
The Hays Music Club will give a
Pipe Organ Recital in the Lutheran
Church,' Tuesday afternoon, October
31st, at .2:30. Mrs. Malniberg ' and
Mr. W. B. Roberts will furnish the
program. The public is cordially invited.
NOTICE
A teachers' examination for Coun
ty Certificates will be held at the
Court House in Hays, Kansas, on Fri
day and Saturday, October 27 and 28,
1922. Louis Christiansen,
County Superintendent.
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
KANSAS
Field Shoes, Marching Shoes, Dress Shoes, Officers'
Dress Shoes and Boots, price from $2.95 up.
Also Cordevan Leather Puttees at $3.75 pair
These goods are Al, genuine Government stuff -r
longest wear with the greatest comfort. A
plete line of army goods.
com-
Plainville
M
ercantile Co.
The Army and Navy Store
HAYS, KANSAS
North Main Street
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We have a
Heating Stoves,
"andTipeless Furnaces that
can't be surpassed any
where. It. will pay you to
see us before you buy. Our prices are
lower than ever. Also figure with us
on hardware, Implements, Automobiles
and Buggies. '
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