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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 1 August 1914

THE HAYS FEES PRESS HORSE GAINS IN NUMBERS AND DEMAND m&gr- '-- - -I -TT",sfea The Most Profitable Type. The horse's place In the life of the country has been threatened many ti:nes, but he has shown that he waa never really In danger, and he Is in more request now than ever before. When the first railroad was built in New England it was opposed cn the ground that it would take the value out of horses. In 1S26 a committee from the Massachusetts legislature concluded, after investigation, that the steam locomotive could not be ac cepted in the United States as a sub stitute for the horse, as motive power, writes Joseph A. Rickart of Missouri in National Stockman and Farmer. Later the bicycle was counted upon to weaken the position of the horse drawn vehicle for pleasure, and to some degree for business. The trolley car. displaced a certain number of horses and mules, but did not take much from the prestige of the equine race. The motor car and the motor truck were considered the ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 1 August 1914

The r Hays Free Press A. L.CLARK & SON, Publishers and Proprietors Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Postoflice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription Per Year in Advance - - - $1.00 Normal Rotes and Comments. Established 1882 SATURDAY, AUGUST I. 1914 POLITICAL AKKQUXGEUEBTS. To the Voters of the 23rd J a did a District ot Kmnmast I am a candidate for nomination for the office of Judge of District Court of the 23rd Judicial District of the State of Kansas, subject to the primary election to be held on the first Toesdav in August. A. D. 1914., Tinder the non-partisan judiciary law I res pectfully solicit the ropport of all voters. Harry Lewis Pest ana. I am a candidate for Judsre of the Twenty-third Judicial Distri cto f Kan sas, subject to the action of the voters of the district at the August Pmary. 1814. as provided by the non-partisan judiciary ballot law Beardsley - GARDEN CALENDAR. The following companies handle bulbs: Send for ttniraatamn ca...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 1 August 1914

THE HATS vL-iimaiiitaiii(rpis) 4th My A 1 ) Ht U& The Chatitafisema W& Puts Your on the Map THE live boosters of this town are backing the Chautau--qua. The fact that we are to have a Chautauqua proves that we have boosters. Chautauqua time centers the thought of the whole sur rounding country upon the town. - The Redpath-Horner advertising campaign puts the name of the town before the eyes of thousands. The presence of the Chautauqua makes the town the cen ter of an influx of people for a week. The work of successfully boosting together for Chautauqua reveals to the business men of the town how easy it is to achieve big results by working in harmony. Once the habit of pulling together is formed there is noth ing a town can't da The Chautauqua increases human knowledge, human experi ence and human happiness. It puts people, as well as towns, on the map. v I J I have on hand some good ' Young Horses, Mares and Mules. JOHN O'LOUGHLIN WxW:lKXJb Vs " .y. Yx&'&y? Town y ....

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 1 August 1914

THE HAYS FREE PEESS The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution 81 (Copyright. 1914. by SYNOPSIS. Bud Hooker and Phil De Lancey are forced, owing to a revolution In Mexico, to give up their mining claim and return to the United States. In the border town Of Oadsden Bud meets Henry Kruger. a wealthy miner, who makes him a proposi tion to return to Mexico to acquire title to a very rich mine which Kruger had blown up when he found he had been cheated out of the title by one Aragon. The Mexican had spent a large sum in an unsuccessful attempt to relocate the vein and then had allowed the land to revert for taxes. Hooker and De Lancey tart for the mine. CHAPTER V. The journey to Fortuna la a scant fifty miles by measure, but within these eight kilometers there is a lapse of centuries in standards. As Bud and Do Lancey rode out of battle-scarred Agua Negra they traveled a good road. well worn by the Mexican wood-wag ons that hauled in mesquit from the hills. Th...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 1 August 1914

f THE HAYS FEES PRESS T V ) lit ! Demand the (cmiiae by full name Nicknames encourago (ubiutulioa. The Coca-Cola STOLE TO GET NEW START Bank Cashier Experiences Overpower ing Impulse to Get Some Place and Start Life Anew. A bank teller In a middle -western state grew weary of the narrow, cir cumscribed life in the town where he lived; he wanted wider interests, a new start in a new place, but a start with capital so he could push him self ahead. He took $35,000 of the bank's funds, jumped into his automo bile and started for Mexico (this was before the present revolution across the Rio Grande had reached such seri ous proportions) across Kansas, Ok lahoma and Texas. He expected to .make a clean getaway by using a motor car instead of taking a train, forgetting that an auto can be traced. The surety company at once put an inspector on his trail, - and the man was captured in Texas when he, was almost at Laredo, ready to cross the border. Of the sum he stole, $25,000 was re covered in...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 1 August 1914

IZAYO PSIwS For County Attorney Vote for C. M. HOLMQU . A native of Kansas. Ellis County tax payer since 1906. A lifelong loyal democrat. If elected will never ask for third term Adv. Put the Boy and Girl In the Children's Chautauqua ST will be the brightest, happiest Week of their lives.' It will expand their knowl edge. It will start them thinking in the right direction. The Children's Chautauqua has two big aims: To develop the habit of healthful recre ation in boys and girls; to teach them how to play to the best advantage to do away with all the elements of roughness on the play ground. ' And its second big aim is to interest boys and girls in birds. Birds! What are they? Every one knows what birds are. But does every one know that the business of raising corn and wheat and all agricultural crops is dependent upon the birds? That the damage 1o the agricultural interests of the country last year from insects amounted to more money than was spent for public education? Birds get t...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 1 August 1914

Jr icr incorr-craton at a-.y time Since ibe Their-Origin. Supplement to Hays Free Press, Saturday, August 1 , 1914. '4 NOTICE OF DELINQUENT TAX Office of County Treasurer of Ellis county, Kansas. XT Hays. Kansas, July 10th, 1914. itciejw hereby Kiven lhat the taxes for the year 1 J13 on the following tracts of land and town lots, situated in the county of Ellis and state of Kansas, are now due and unpaid and that unless the same are paid on or before the first Tuesday m September, towft: Tuesday, September the 1st, li'14, I will on that day and the next succeed ing days until all of said tracts of land and town J2? are 801(1 Proceed to sell at public sale at my office in Hays Ciiy, Kansas, so much of each tract of land and town lot as is necessary to pay the taxas of the year l'13 and the penalties and costs thereon. Town of Catherine, in half 1 J 4 " 23 :: s;i ill ' Town of Pfeifer. se 2) 12 IS All All 23 15 19 1 sw 6 Zi 15 19 w 9 Si 15 19 I se 34 33 14 18 PLEASANT HILL TOWNSHIP 15...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

ta hie ten ca i 5c c i ?. ty r7 -7 H W H M Ii . iM 11 ilxiL-o t VOL. XXXII. NO. 36. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, AUGUST 8. 1914. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR THE r i DO IT TODAY Rent a Safety Deposit Box in our Burglar and Fire Proof Vault. It is getting to be the time of year when it is not safe to keep valuable papers, Jewelry, etc, around the house, especially when you can get this extraordinary service for $1.00 per year. CITIZENS STATE BANK Hays, Kansas A DOUBLE FUNERAL. THE VICTOR VICTROLAS Having added this line of fine Victrolas to our already complete line of high grade JEWELRY STOCK . . . We would be glad to have you come in and look them over, and to hear the sweet tone and the clear sounds that they produce We ifave now on hand double and single Records for you to select from and will be glad to play for you any record you may select, and will order any records you may select from the large selection of VICTOR RECORDS J. T. MORRISON JEWELER & OPTOMETRIST PHONE No. 152 ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

THE HAYS FEES PRESS MM CALLS RUSSIA'S HAND IN WAR GAME Kaiser Wants to Know Czar's Purpose in Mobilizing His Troops. NIGHT CABINET MEETING AT POTSDAM TO LAY PLANS St. Petersburg Residents Fired With Enthusiasm for War Expect Im mediate Declaration From Aus triaEngland l Ready. LATE WAR NEWS AT A GLANCE. Germany gives Russia twenty-four hours to say that mobilization of troops will stop; Russia's reply is that it is now too late to stop ac tivities. Belgrade is occupied by Austrian troops after sharp battle; invaders are reported to be pushing into the interior of Servia. N Opinion of Europe is that Austria's aggressive action is certain to in volve Russia and pr:cipitate a gen eral European conflagration. German troops are mobilizing the frontiers and nearly a million re servists have been called out. France has not yet mobilized troops, but declares action will be prompt unless Germany ceases hostile prep arations. British navy ready for instant service and army is being rapidly pu...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

THE HAYS FEES PBESS CARRANZA DEMANDS 5 V a xf-C r"' General Carranza, here seen at Saltlllo receiving the news of the victory of Guadalajara, says the army that has been supporting Huerta must sur render unconditionally to the constitutionalists. CARRANZA'S TERMS Constitutionalist Leader Will Demand Unconditional Sur render of Capital. TO ARRANGE AMNESTY LATER Rebel Agents in Washington Believe Mexican Trouble Will Soon Be Satisfactorily Solved. Monterey, Mexico. General Venus tiaho Carranza arrived here from Tampico on his way to Saltillo, where he personally will conduct negotia tions with Provisional President Car bajal's representatives for the transfer of the Mexican government to the Constitutionalists. Wants No Conditions. Washington, D. C. Direct word from General Carranza announcing that "If Carbajal offers to surrender unconditionally, I believe the present situation in Mexico will soon be sat isfactorily solved," came to the Con stitutionalist junta in Washington. Carranz...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

The Hv r- A in x Issued every Saturday, and eatered at the Po3toffi.ce at Hays, Kansas, a? second class matter- TKMS OK SuaSCKHTlON Per Year in Advance - - - fl-OC Public School Notes. s i .1 -Ml. I . -2 Btablihed MS82 SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1914 Hernial Notes and Comments. GARDEN CALENDAR. BORERS IN HONEY LOCUSTS. Many honey locust trees in Hays are being destroyed by borers There i? only one thir.g to do with a badiy in fested tree. It cannot live more than two years and in poor condition at that Dig it out and burn it. If it is left in. next year the borers will go to the trees nearby and they will become infected also. This fall spade around the trees that have been infected, or aroond the places where the trees were, and let the chickens scratch oat the grubB that would otherwise winter there and infest the trees in the spring. Trees from which the sap is flowing .all up and down the trunk are infested with borers. TOMATOS. Tomatos may be kept blooming and bearing for some time ye...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

ran HAYS T. I ( m Listen to si 1 ffj 3 WANT to tell you why the repre sentative men of this community are Chautauqua Boosters. It takes the united effort of all the men of a community to put on a big Chautauqua like this. And, whatever the merits of the Chautauqua itself may be, important among these is its getting everybody to work ing together in a spirited, en thusiastic way. We want to make a success of this Chautauqua. For two prime reasons: One is it is worth it. The pro grams are worth any man's money. The other is, It would be a sad re flection on us in general if we should fail to put this thing over in a big way. Other towns are watching to see what we do. If we are known to be alert and capable of doing big things always, more favorable attention will be turned toward us. If we fall down on a thing of such general interest and splendid worth, it will hurt and hurt much. So, everybody, let's get behind this Chautauqua and push it for all we're worth. We need to keep up the...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

THE HAYS FUSE PRESS r such mil W(G1 ORIS SELECTING PROSPECTS AND PREPARING IHEiVl FOR THE NEXT FALL HOG SHOWS Some Timeiy Suggestions on the Subject From an Agricultural College Expert Picking The Individuals How Candidates for Exhibit'bn Purposes Should Be Handled and Fed. By W. L. Blizzard, Animal Husbandry Department, K. S. A. C OW TO prepare show barrows that will take prizes, is a subject of interest to every breeder of fine hoss. In order to compete successful' in an important show, you must have well chosen and skillfully finished hogs. When the Ideal fat barrow is finished and ready for the show ring he will be large, fat, symmetrical in form, even and uired for a pig under six months from that needed for one in the class for animals twelve months and under eighteen months. In the under-six -months class, as in all others, the aim is to secure the highest possible finish by the" time the hogs are ready to drive into the show ring. To secure the greatest size, to gether with ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

THE HAYS FREE PBESS The Land of Broken Promises A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution (Copyifcbt. 1914. by 4 SYNOPSIS. Bud Hooker and Phil De Lancey are j forced, owingf to a revolution In Mex ico, to arlve up their mining claim and j return to the United States. In the border town of Gadaden Bud meets Henry Krugrer, a wealthy miner, who makes him a proposition to return to Hexlco to acquire title to a very rich mine which Kruger had blown up when ho found he had been cheated out of the title by one Aragron. The Mexican had spent a large sum in an unsuc cessful attempt to relocate the vein and then had allowed the land to re vert for taxes. Hooker and De Lancey start for the mine. They arrive at For tuna near where the mine known as the Eagle Tail & located, and get In formation about A rag-on and a Mexican named Crux Mendes who is friendly to Kruger. CHAPTER VI Continued. "Que busca?" the one-eyed one finally Inquired; "what are you look ing for?" And when Phil oracularly ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

! f f taifa Farm Sale,.. AT LO JEJON E V 3Y TERMS T&e Lubbock Irrigation Company's 65 Farm wi I t d-p-d -if Oc tober 22 d to 31 1914 Sixhy-tbree W I B 'd n Tn of 177 Acres Eicb, in U'gh State of Cu'tiation, Will Be Given to tb Purchaser, Together Witb the Water Plant and All Improvements CO NO WD KiXI YOUR SEIICT1CX Your railroad fare for trip now and trip on October 22nd to 31it will be re funded when deal i closed witb you. Your railroad ean tell you bow to reach Lubbock, Lubbock Countj, Texas, on the Atchiion, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. Write me for further parti culars concerning aale. S. P. BRUNDAGE, 813 Gloyd Building, Kansas City, Mo. Thirteen Their Sacred Number. Thirteen was the sacred number of the Mexicans and ancient people of Yucatan. Their week had 13 days and they had 13 snake gods. Altogether Likely. In a Western town a Mr. Cobb mar ried a Miss Webb, and it was said he fell in love with her as soon as h spied her. . Uncle Eben. "De man dat brags about not hab ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

j ' h--' p,i a-r ?r K T ?,rnvp n r ,t Supplement to Hays Free Press, Saturday, August 8, 1914. Town of Catheri in half 1 I 4 12 1 I All 13 IS i All be! NOTICE OF DELINQUENT TAX CffWe ot" County Treasurer of Ellis county, Kansas. Hays. Kansas, July Nth. J!4. Notii-e is hereby given Hiat the taxes for the year 1.I3 on the following tracts of land and town lots. silu;Ued in the county of ESlis and state of Kansas, are now due and unpaid and that unless the same are paid on or before the tirst Tuesday in September, tow!:: Tuesday, September the 1st. V-'14. 1 will on that day and the next succeed ing days until all of said tracts of land and town lots are sold proceed to sell at public sale at my office m Hays C;.iy. Kansas, so much of each tract of land and town lot as is necessary to pay the taxas of the y-ar V-H3 and the penalties and costs thereon. 2j3 ' I 4 1 7 6 I rn of Pfeifer. i i i i- Lots " 2- 3" 23 34. . 3i 5 -'. . '. . H Hi, If, 2 21, 23 lo, IT, i,l'.. 2" .--- l'l. 12 1. 3 HA...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 8 August 1914

I i ?J PJJP II M . . . i. : ! TTITE has three great i ifil lectures that " i I ! A POPULAR SINGER. are known the country over: "The Martyrdom of Fools," "Tragedies of the Unprepared" and "The Modern Judas." These lectures have been "standard" on the American Lyceum platform ten years. They are good any where and so rated everywhere. The man who made his reputation in pre senting these lectures to thousands of American audiences is Thomas Brooks Fletcher. He will deliver one of them at the Chautauqua on the sixth day. HEAR IT! Time no tar to get the TicKet. 1:1 t 11 : : ' -,V I i 5 I ' KLARA FARM MU EH LING. . The soprano who .leads tht Muehllng j Page Recitals, one of the seven bigj musical features of the Chautauqua. is one of the most popular singers of Chi cago. She has done extensive work in both light and grand opera and is said to be one of the finest singers doing either Lyceum or Chautauqua work- Id the Chautauqua she is supported by Kalph Page, a Kansas City baritone,1 and ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 15 August 1914

LREE Tinib -VOL. XXXIL NO. 37. HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 15. 1914. SUBSCRIPTION S1.00 PER YEAR srsc DO IT TODAY Rent a Safety Deposit Box in our Burglar and Fire Proof Vault. It is getting to be the time of year when it is not safeto keep valuable papers, Jewelry, etc, around the house, especially when you can get this extraordinary service for $1 .00 per year. CITIZENS STATE BANK Hays, Kansas WE HAVE ONE OF THE Largest Line of Watches IN WESTERN -KANSAS Our Line Consists of the Following Named Movements: Elgin, Waltham, Hampden, Hamilton, Howard, Illinois, South-Bend, Equity Watches, New York Standard, Crown Watches, Irgersol $1.00, $1:50, $2.00 Our Prices are low as you can get anywhere for the grade of Watches. Come in and see our line, look us over and be convinced that .we are telling the truth. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. J. T. MORRISON JEWELER & OPTOMETRIST PHONE No. 152 Citizens Bank Building Hays, Kansas August 8 th "The Eyes of The World" By Herold Bell Wright Wri...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 15 August 1914

THE HAYS FBEE PRESS JAPAN PREPARES TG DEFEND HER ALLYINFAR EAST ?lying Squadron of Cruisers Organized at Yokosuka Battleship Fleet Ready. GERMANS SAID TO HAVE LIFTED SIEGE AT LIEGE Kaiser Withdraws Forces to Left , Bank of River British Fleet Beats Eack German Ships in the North Sea. ( Summary of Events. ) Japan probably will enter the European conflict in which Eng land, Russia, France, Belgium and Servia and Montenegro are fight ing Germany and Austria. Diplomatic dispatches to the 'American State Department re ceived late Friday, August 7, in dicated that the Japanese would join their ally, England, in Far East operations against the Ger mans. Press dispatches from Tokio say that a squadron of heavy cruisers and one of battleships have been ordered to be ready to put to sea on short notice. Admiral Kato has been put in supreme com mand. All reserve Japanese army officers have been instructed to hold themselves ready for imme diate mobilization of troops. Germany is said to be at ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 15 August 1914

THE HATS FEES PBESS rVf ' - ". ' - ii. ii.ii I ..... in i "' - ( ) f A ' H -" ,.- - - - - 56 DIE IN A WRECK Trains Collide While Running at High Speed in South Missouri. INJURED BURNED TO DEATH Twenty-Four Rescued Passengers Rushed to Joplin Hospital Ex ploding Gasoline Starts Fire. Xeosho, Mo. A northbound passen ger train on the Kansas City South ern, leaving Xeosho about 5:30 p. m collided headon with a Missouri & North Arkansas motor car south-bound eight miles north of Xeosho. The asoline tank of the motor car ex ploded setting fire to the car. It is estimated that fifty-six passengers were burned to death. The northbound train was running eight hours late and had orders to pass the southbound at Tipton Ford. The motor car had passed the station and was proceeding south. Gasoline from the motor set fire to the passenger train. The olaze was extinguished by the passengers with water from a nearby creek. No one on the northbound train was serious ly hurt. The wreck occurred o...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
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