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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 September 1914

State Historical Scciat; HAYS F UHH H VOL. XXXIL NO. 42. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 19. 1914. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR li old, at; 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 WE HAVE ONE OP 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, Ingersol $1.00, $1:50, $2.00 Our Prices are low as you can get anywhere for the v 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 Important Notice I have j...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 September 1914

THE HAYS FEES FEE5S IlAiSER'S FORCES RETREAT OEFO ALLIES' ATTACK Berlin Admits Repulse and Calls Help From Belgium for Titanic Struggle. RUSSIANS INTO PRUSSIA AFTER AUSTRIAN BATTLES They Capture Cities and Control Prov inces Wilhelm Protests to Wilson Turkey Closely Watched Peace Distant. (Summary of Events.) The Germans have received their x first severe repulse at the hands of the French-British army, and officially they admit the fact. Three distinct battles at different points in a fighting line 120 miles long have been in progress, be tween a million and a half men on a side, for the last week. " After retreating steadily but skilfully from the Germans for two weeks straight, fighting in rear-line engagements every foot of the way from the Belgian bor der almost to Paris, the allies picked a series of battle grounds and turned on their pursuers. The Germans have been driven back twenty-five miles all alon a cres- ONE OF GERMANY'S COMMANDERS ' . w Count von Haessler, field marsh...

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. — 19 September 1914

THE HAYS FEEE HOLD THEIR WHEAT Less Than 25 Per Cent of This Year's Crop Has Been Moved. FARMERS SLOW TO MARKET Railroad Men Say Not More Than 40, 000,000 Bushels Has So Far Been Shipped. v wheat crop of 1914 has been started on its way to consumers. This is the estimate made by railroad officials who know the movement of the wheat Bince the harvest began. Not over 15 million bushels of the crop have gone or export or been loaded for export through gulf ports, and not more than 25 million bushels have been sent to the mills or warehouses.. According to the best information obtainable from the car reports of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, Chi cago, Rock Island & Pacific, Union Pacific and Missouri Pacific a little more than 13 thousand cars of wheat have been shipped from Kansas to the gulf ports. Of this amount a little over 8 thousand cars have been con signed to Galveston and the rest to Port Arthur, New Orleans and Mobile. Not all the cars have arrived at the ports yet ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 September 1914

HAT3 Tiio Hays Free Press A. L. CLARK & SON, Pcslxibxks ajto Pkopbietoks Issued every Saturday, and sntered t the Postoffioe at Hays, Kansas, as second. Iass matter Tmvxn or SUBSCBIPTIOX Per Year In Advance ... $1.00 Established 1882 SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1314 JUDICIAL i TICKET For Jnddf of the 23rd Judicial Distrie ED A. REA Jadge of the 23rd Judicial District J. C. Ruppenthal REPUBLICAN TICKET. COUNTY For Representative JOUN R. CHITTENDEN For County Treasurer FRED N. DREILING For County, Clerk GEO. H. BROWN For Sheriff A. O. BOBINSON For Clerk of District Court M. J. HYLE For Superintendent of Public Instruc tioa LOUIS CHKISTIANSON For Probate Judge F.'.E. HcIAIN For Register of Deeds FOIGSS JOY ForCennty Attorney :e. C. FLOOD For Coroner DR. OEO. B. SNYDER BEKOCRATICCKET 71 Xiepreientatlre-niss llulroy Ta2rr Alex Meier Couaty dark John Xuhn Clark of the District Court Frank Millar Sheriff Class. Davis Coaaty AttornyJ. H. Simmix&tr Remitter at JJeeds J, C. Kippes . Probata J...

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. — 19 September 1914

COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. Hays, Kansas, Sept. 7, 1914, 9 a. m. Th Board of County Commissioners met. this day in regular monthly meet ing. Members present, Isaac Zeiger, Chairman, Win. Grabbe and J os J . tina, Commissioners, J. H. Simminger, Co. Attorney, and V. Oottschalk. Co Clerk The" meeting was called, to order by the Chairman; the following bills against the coun-y or Ellis were allow ed and instructed the ceunty clerk to draw warrants in favor thereof, viz; Andrew Miller, milage for the month of August f 143 43 C. J. Loreditsch, to surveyings and plotting roads 84 00 F. Loreditsch. carrying chain Golden Belt road 4 00 Jos. B. Stoecklein, assisting co clerk 80 0 Isaac Zeigler, salary as co. commissioner jj to Wm. Grabbe,, 3 60 Jos. J.Kutina, " 20 00 Louis Christiansen, exammmg teachers 15 00 Geo. Bellman, assessing Big . Creek twsp. , - "0 00 Adam Weigel, salary and white- washing trees o0 0 Hays Tel. Co , phene rent for the month of August k 12 00 Hays Electric Lieht Co., l...

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. — 19 September 1914

THE HAYS F2S2 PS fas 3 The Land of Broken Promise .A Stirring Story of the Mexican Revolution Ctfy&ibx. 1914. tqr 10 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 Gadsden 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 subsequently had spent a iargre sum of money In an unsuccessful attempt to relocate the vein and then al lowed the land to revert for taxes. Hook r and De Lancey arrive at Fortuna. near .where the Eagle Tail mine Is located. They engage Cruz Mendez to acquire the Aitle for them and begin preliminary work. nAragon accuses them of Jumping his pelaizn. Hooker discovers that matrimon ial entanglements prevent Mendez from ctpib-ing a valid title. Phil, who has Jeen p...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 September 1914

THE HAYS FEES PEES3 FAMOUS BELL STOPS TOLLING J' iGGfors CaveHimUi Disaster Thst Seems Omen of 111 Luck to Brave Little Nation of Belgium. A Music T 1 WAR SPIRIT IN THE NURSERY Small Scions cf Prince'y European Houses Take the Infection From Their Elders. Even In the midst of war the human element remains. This little story came from Berlin the day before war had been declared on France: Two little grandsons of Kaiser Wil helm, children of the crown prince, appear to have- inherited the martial temperatment of their ancestors. The eldest, Prince Wilaelm, somehow got hold cf the fact that the prince im perial of 1870 went to the front in the Franco-Prussian war and asked his mother, "Shall I go?" "Yes," said the crown princess, "but grandpapa will put off the war for 15 years, when you will be grown up." j The young princes play all day at "Austrians and Russians," a newly in- j vented military game, which consists ! in knocking over rows of sand piles, : and the Russians are always ...

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. — 19 September 1914

Tim hat; r3 rra nT t?k tj me iwvj my ALOIS HISSING, Prop. Dealer in Dry Goods, Furnishings, Shoes and Notions I have a new and select line of general merchandise which I will offer to the public, at prices that will 8 ell them. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. Satiefaction Guaranteed. . Hie i Thf hest motocvcle the greatest value for your money We have a special proposition on 1914 single cylinder machines. Call or write and get our price Remember we row have a Prest-O-Lite exchange station for both motocycle and auta cylinders HENRY THOLEN & SON, Victoria Deceptive Weights. Here is a good trick to play upon the fellow who "knows it all." He will be surprised when shown that he is wrong. "Inflate a large empty paper bag and tie it up air-tight. Place the bag on the palm of one hand, and into the palm of the other hand take, such a. Quantity of coin or other metal AS will seem to equal the bag in weight. If the observer does not know of the illusion or suspect it, the ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 September 1914

LL- M 11 llAli 3 ii VOL. XXXIL NO. 43. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS. SEPTEMBER 26. 1914. SUBSCRIPTION Sl.OO PER YEAR DO IT TODAY Rent a Safety Deposit Box in our Burglar and Fire Proof Vault. It i3 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 3 WE HAVE ONE OF THE Largest Line of W atches IN WESTERN KANSAS Our Line Consists of the Following Named Movements: Elgin, Waltham, Hampden, Hamilton, Howard, Illinois, South-Bend, Equity Watches, New York tandard, 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 Important Notice I have ja3t received a car loadlQT. .FO...

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. — 26 September 1914

THE HAYS FEES PRESS IERMANS REACH MOUNTAINS AND TURN ON ALLIES They are Strongly Entrenched In Argonnes Battle May Turn War's Tide Help for Both. AUSTRIA NEARLY OUT -Russians and Serbs Press and Masses Want Food and Peace "We Must Not Judge," De clares Wilson. Summary of Events.) The German army of more than ja million, -which less than two weeks ago was at the gates of Paris on the north and had eir--cled around the southeast of the -city, has been thrown back sev enty miles by the French-British allies. Stretched out in a practically straight line more than 100 miles long, from Amiens, France, in the west, to Metz, Lorraine, in the east, the kaiser's forces are defend- AUSTRIAN SHARPSHOOTERS HOLD BACK SERBS J- - .'f-v..i r- i - -vur star: jrxyss Austrian sharpshooters along the the Servian troops. ing themselves desperately from entrenched positions in the Ar gonne mountains. Defeated and routed in the bat tle of the Marne river, the Ger mans are making a last stamd in French terr...

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. — 26 September 1914

THE HAYS FEES PEESS MANY ICO. CHANGES Forty-two New Teachers Greet Students at Opening of 49th Session. SHIFT DEPARTMENT HEADS KANSAS ASSASSIN SLAYS A Woman and Two Men Shot Down on Farm Near Heizer, Barton County. Prof. Hamilton of Wisconsin Univer sity Has Charge of Extension Division Other Changes. Many changes have been made In the faculty at the University of Kan sas this year. Forty-two new" profes sors and instructors have-been en gaged. F. R. Hamilton of the University of Wisconsin, is the new head of the ex tension division. He has taken the place left by Prof. D. C. Croissant, who returned to the English depart ment this year. In place of Prof. D. L. Patterson, who went to the Univer sity of Wisconsin this summer, is Phillip W. MacDonald, who comes from the University of Cincinnati. He will be assistant professor of ancient and mediaeval history. In the department of psychology, Prof. Robert M. Ogden, who has done work in the University of Missouri and University of Tennes...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 September 1914

The Hays Free Press A. L CLARK & SON, PtTBLISHEES AND PROPRIETORS Iffirml Rcfes and Cedents. Issued every Saturday, and entered at the PostofSce at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter Teems of Subsckiption Per Year in Advance - - - $1.00 Established I8S2 SATURDAY, SEPT. 26. 1914 JUDICIAL TICKET For Judge of the 23rd Judicial Distrie ED A. REA . Judge of the 23 rd Judicial District J. C. Ruppenthal REPUBLICAN TICKET. . COUNTY For Representative.. JOHN R. CHITTENDEN For County Treasurer FRED N. DREILINO For County Clerk GEO. H. BROWN For Sheriff A. O. ROBINSON For Clerk of District Court M. J. HYLE For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion ' LOUIS CHKIST1ANSON For Probate Judge F. E. McLAlN For Register of Deeds FOLGER JOY For Cenntv Attorney ;E. C. FLOOD For Coroner DR. GEO. B. SNYDEK DEMOCRATIC TICKET ' Representative Miles Mulroy Treasurer Alex Meier County Clerk John M. Kuhn Clerk, of the District Court Frank Miller Sheriff Cfa as. Davis , - . County Attorney J. H. SImmlnger ...

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. — 26 September 1914

ffsOME THINGS and OTHER THINGS f "Honay makes the mara go," and money makea the automobile go, some times. Learn to gire, but glTlng from jour abundance has bat littia merit m ic xor yoa. Give occaalonilly until you feel it Gire until yoa can ill afford it, and then yoa will be able to appreciate the burdens others bear. Never do yourself what yoa despise in others. Never lie about a business transaction, f of it will confront YOU in the future. To be known to be a liar Is a poor recdmmendation upon which to hnibt a hnifoaaa. A reDutatioa made up of lies Is like a sieve. It leaks. Do not ha afraid of savins a kind word about your fellow - men. Add few bouquets along the journey and you will find that thev wiu Dnznten toe way. Tnen if yoa will notice, live neonle aDnrecIatd them most. This noat-mortem wailinf brinars but little consolation to the dead. Some ancleat said: "No pain, no palm; no thorn, no throne; no gall, no illorr; no cross, no crown," but if he had lived in western Ka...

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. — 26 September 1914

THE HAYS FSSE PSESS The Land of Broken Promises By DANE COOUDGE A Stirring Story Author of , , . - "Thm Fishting FooT of the Mexican "Hidden watm" ' . . "Tha Tdxican, " Etc ReVOlUtlOn ICu.tratioii, by Don J.Lavin (Copyright 1914. by SYNOPSIS. Bud Hooker arvi 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 Gadsden Bud meets Henry Kruger, a Wealthy miner who makes him a propo sition 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 Ara?on. The Mexican subsequently bad spent a large sum of money in an unsuccessful attempt to relocate the vein and then al lowed the land to revert for taxes. Hook er and De Lancey arrive at Fortuna, near where the Eagle Tall mine Is located. They encase Cruz Mendez to acquire the title for them and begin preliminary "work. A rag-on accuses them of Jumping Ills claim. Hoo...

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. — 26 September 1914

THE HAYS FSHE PEESS Feed Them Pratt BRITISH HIGHLANDERS READY FOR FRAY r Worn to big, generous 25-lb. pails at 52.50. Pratts does all we say and more must do it or we give you your money back and no questions asked. That has been our guaranty for 42 years. A Regulator with such a record is worth asking for and insisting that you get it and none other. PRATT FOOD COMPANY PHILADELPHIA Wide Sympathies. Out In the world of talk one hears many conflicting opinions. A great saint once said, "Who hears the eter nal voice Is t delivered of many an opinion." You do not need to hear all the talk, all the various opinions of many men, to know true wisdom Your own hushed spirit will teach you wisdom if you will listen. But in these lonely hours teach yourself to be ready to love all the vast variety of life that the world may offer you at any turning. Encourage big thoughts and wide sympathies. Remember to sympathize even in the silence with the people you read of and hear of, -who are quite di...

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. — 26 September 1914

Mm mm my- mmm w ALOIS BISSING, Prop. Dealer ia Dry Goods, Furnishings, Shoes and Notions I have a new and select line of general merchandise, which I will offer to the public, at prices that will sell them. Give me a call before purchasing elsewhere Satief action Guaranteed. The "MMM". lotccycle The best motocycle on earth and the greatest value for your money We have a spsaal proposition on 1914 single cylinder machines. Call or write and get our price Remember we now have a Prest-O-Lite exchange station for both motocycle and auto cylinders HENRY THOLEN & SON, Victoria ram insurance You can carry $1,000 insurance on your GRAIN in the shock or stack on cultivated premises, or in your bins for one year against 'fire and lightning, for $10.00. Or, you can carry $1000 for one month for $3.00 . . Or, yon can carry 1000 for two months for 3.00 1000 for three months 1000 for four months 1000 for five months 1000 for six months 1000 for seven months 1000 for eight months No policy can...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 3 October 1914

3ute Histcrical'-SociPtj TLJT A Y 7 3 1J r jj-j li 'ii li ii- i I VOL. XXXII. NO. 44. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, OCTOBER 3. 1914. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR - 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 WE HAVE ONE OF THE Larg est Line of Watclie; IN WESTERN KANSAS Our Line Consists of the Following Named Movements: Elgin, Waltham, Hampden, Hamilton, Howard, Illinois, -South-Bend, Equity Watches, New York tandard, 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. 153 Citizens Bank Building Hays, Kansas important...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 3 October 1914

THE HAYS FEES PEESS ;vMnncTcn rnnri UIHUOILU I HUM JDLESS FIGHTING Allies and Germans Still Strug- le in North France, With Losses of 200,000 in First Ten Days. RUSSIANS ADVANCING They Besiege Cracow on the Austro Russ Boundary Serbs Capture Sarajevo Czar Has Peace Plan. Summary of Events. V The Germans and the French British allies are wearing one an other down to the bone, in the general engagement, known as the battle of the Aisne, which has proceeded in northern France since September 12. More than a million men on a side are fight ing, and the losses in killed and "wounded during the first ten days is officially estimated at 200,000. BARRICADING A BRIDGE AT L0UVAIN wi" -V s ZA Fighting has been fiercest, dur ing the whole course of the bat tle, along the river Aisne and in the low foothills of the Ardennes mountains north, northeast and northwest of the city of Rheims. Retreating about eighty miles, after the rout near Paris and the disastrous battle of the Marne river northeas...

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. — 3 October 1914

THE HAYS FEES PEE5S LIBERTY FOR CITIES Move to Give Municipalities Power to Adopt their Own Charters. TO SUBMIT PLAN TO LEAGUE Idea Is to Amend the State Constitu tion and Cut Out the Legis . lative Sanction. A plan to amend the constitution of Kansas so that every city will adopt its own charter instead of the legisla ture adopting the charters is to be submitted to the Kansas League of Municipalities at its meeting in Law rence next month. The plan will be recommended by the judicial committee of the league. It will provide that all cities adopt their own laws so far as they do not conflict with the constitution and criminal law. The prohibition law is in a constitutional amendment hence is in no way affected. The idea of the new plan is to pre vent legislatures interfering with the workings of commission law by amending it. At present the legisla ture grants the city charters. If poli ticians in that body desire they may interfere with commission law by pro viding for election of...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 3 October 1914

23 The Hays Fres Press A. L CLARK & SON, 1 PPBZ.UHX2S AMD PkOFBIKTOES Iussd erery Saturday, and entered . a tie PoslcGoe . at Hays, Kansas, as asoond class matter. Terms ok Subscxiftio Per Tear In Advance - - - ,$1.00 Established I8S2 SATURDAY, OCT. 3. 1914 JUDICIAL TICKET Tor Judge of the 23rd Judicial Distrie ED A. KJCA Ja9 of the 23 rd Judicial District J. C. Bcppenttal REPUBLICAN -TlCtlET. J COUNTr For Representative JOHN R. CHITTENDEN For County Treasurer I RED N. DREILING For County Glerk GEO. H. BROWN ' For Sheriff A. O. ROBINSON For Clerk of District Court M. J. HYLE !For Superintendent of Public Instruc tion LOUIS CHKI3T1ANSON For Probate Judge F. E. McLAIN For, RpgrisUr of Deeds t FOLGER JOY ! ' For Cenntv, Attorney .C. FLOOD, , For Coroner DR. CEO. B. SNYDER E&al Kates sndtciments. Ei-weekly Health otes. The Physiology class at the" Normal School is starting on a health-efficiency campaign. Each member of the class ii taking an invoice of his or her phys ical cond...

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