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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 28 November 1914

H H M ii matCT VOL. XXXUL NO. 1 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 28. 1914 SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR I f fp" t" D o It '.To-Day 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 pa pers, Jewelry, etc, around the house, especially when you can get this extraordinary service 5 for $1.00 per year. CITIZENS STATE BANK SEE BURNS. Harry Felten lost a horse, Tuesday I night. A new piano was received at the Nor mal this week. Rev. Stulken of Bison, visited friends in Hays, Thanksgiving day. The Essex Club held ; their usual Thanksgiving dance, Thursday night. O. D. Crawford and wife spent Thanksgiving with friends in Hays. C. M. Holmquist visited home folks at Lindsborg, Thanksgiving day. The High School foot ball team now wear sweaters with a large orange H. i Quite a number of Haysites attend ed a dance at Ellis, Wednesday night. Alice Aiuiroy is visiting irienas m Topeka. She will be absent about ...

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. — 28 November 1914

"the hays fuee press VIOLENT FIGHTING CLOSER TO PARIS German Move on Tracy-le-Val Leads to Terrific Clash and Heavy Losses. SLAVS HIT CRACOW FORTS Austrian Stronghold is Besieged by y Large Army Kaiser's Best Soldiery Strikes at Poland Near Thorn. Suimnary of Events.') . Violent fighting has been re sumed within a two-hour motor ride of the gates of Paris. At Tracy-le-Val, where the main bat tle line from the north swings to the eastward, at the point nearest Paris, a German advance led to a "violent encounter. The Germans attempted to recapture the town, won by the allies a few days ago, but according to the latest French "war office statement, they were repulsed with heavy losses. In Flanders the artillery duel, de scribed the last few days as of fu rious intensity, thas become still more violent, on the part of the Germans at least, but here, as elsewhere, the opposing forces are holding fast to their main positions. I Fight On tn Belgium. ' Undeterred by winter weather and flood...

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. — 28 November 1914

THE HAYS FEES PEESS RAVEL COST RISES elvic Catari INFORMATION REGARDING TURKEY FLOCK ECONOMICAL FEEDING OF LITTLE PIGS . ? i Railroads to Increase Their Passenger Rates 'After Last of Month. QUARTER-CENT A MILE RAISE interstate Commerce Commission Ex amines New Tariff Lists and Considers It Only Fair to Carriers. Washington, Nov. 20. Material in creases in passenger fares practically throughout the country except in Southeastern territory will be caused by advances announced by railroads in trunk line territory between New York City and Pittsburgh, and in Ceiv tral Passenger Association territory, between Pittsburgh and Chicago and St. Louis. Practically the basis for readjustment is two and 'one-half cents a mile, the present bris gener ally being two and one-quarter cents. Within Central Passenger Associa tion territory the new fares will be come effective December 1; and in trunk line territory and between the two territories they will become ef fective December 15. Rate Not Too ...

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. — 28 November 1914

U.P. Time Table. Effective November 1, 1914. No. 102 No. 104 No. 120 No. 156 No. 154 No. 119 No. 101 No. 103 No. 157 GOING EAST. Departs GOING WEST. Departs 12:25 p. m. 7:13 a. m. 10:14 p. m. 7:55 a. m. 9:10 a. m. 2:26 a. m. 6:17 a. m. 8:20 p. m. 6:00 p. m. A. W. Noble, Agt. Some Help. Mrs. Datus "Do you find your gym nasium work helpful?" Mrs. Artigue "Helpful! Why, this morning I was the first one to reach a bargain coun ter out of a bunch of a hundred starters." Tenants for Centuries. Two remarkable cases of unbroken succession of tenancy were mentioned at the sale of part of Sir David Delve3 Broughton's Cheshire estate at Crewe, England. It was stated that the Bar ton family had been tenants on the estate over two hundred years, while the Cooke family had been tenants in unbroken succession for 267 years. Not At All. When the wind propels a hat It Is chased, but the remarks cf the owner are nothing that even sounds like that. Up to Doctor to Work. The Eskimo pays his doctor his ...

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. — 28 November 1914

COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. Hays, Kansas, November 6, 1914 The Board of County Commissioners and the County Clerk of Ellis County, Trane!ia Tnpf. this dav and date at 10 . o'clock a. m. in compliance with para - .aT, Nn S1S7. (General Statutes of ; 1909 for the purpose of canvassing the p-eneral election held November 3, 1914. The meeting was called to order by the Chairman, all members present, the County Attorney and the County Clerk. The Board proceeded to canvass the re turns from the various precincts, and had the Clerk record the results in Book 'B, Abstract oo Votes Cast," which constitutes part of the proceedings of this Board. The following persons having receiv ed the majority of the votes cast,' for the various County and Township offices, are hereby declarod duly elected. Representative, John R. Chittenden County Clerk, George H, Brown County Treasurer, Fred N. Dreiling Register of Deeds, County Attorney, Probate Judge, Sheriff, Coroner, Jac. C. Kippes E. C. Flood F. E. M...

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. — 28 November 1914

THE HAYS FEES PIIXLS3 WESTERN CANADA'S An A A STRONG POSITION i 1 "THE WHEAT GRANARY OF THE i Li Ll Vv WORLD," A WELL AP PLIED TERM. Western Canada occupies a stronger lis dvardD. Clark j ETWKtJiM the people or xne death stands the government's public health service. Perhaps it will be urged that the great body of physicians of the United States is the real safeguard of. the people. This is In every high sense true, but in support of the first seemingly wide-reaching 4 statement let it be known that the physicians of the public health service en gage themselves faithfully and with proved effi ciency in the labor of prevention of which, a3 the time-tried saying has it, an ounce is worth a pound of cure. The surgeons of the public health service are not only sentinels in the field of warfare against disease, but they are the advance guard of the soldiers engaged in the fight. The campaign rec ords show that on many fields by early victories they have made great battles unnecessary. It...

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. — 28 November 1914

THE. HATS FREE PRESS EGYPTIAN NATIVE REGIMENT IN CAIRO P C P8-" jl One of the well-trained regiments of native soldiers with which Great Britain hopes to frustrate the attempts of the Ottoman empire, marching through the Citadel square of Cairo. AHY OF COMPASSION FOLLOWS Mir OF DESTRUCTION III BATTLE System That Has Made the Kaiser's Fighting Forces a Military Marvel Is Applied Also to the Organization Devoted to the Alleviation of Pain and Misery Empress and Peasant Women Alike Engaged in Work. Berlin. In the year 1S64 the "Prus sian Men's Society for the Care of the Sick and Wounded in War" was found ed in Berlin, King Wilhelm and Queen Augusta accepting its protectorate. Two years later Queen Augusta issued a proclamation calling on the women in her realm to stand side by side with the men in this noble work. The "Fatherland's Women's Club" ("Vater landische Frauenverein") was the re sult. Following Prussia's lead, a great many similar societies were called to life throughout Ger...

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. — 28 November 1914

Real Estate and Bargains. LOUIS BURNS, Manager. ' Under the above head will be ad vertised anything you wish to sell or trade. Nothing too small or too large for this column to handle. A small per cent will be charged if sale is made. No charge for adver tising. Thirty-five (35) quarter sections, all good, rich wheat land unimproved. This land is 8 miles from the county seat and 8 miles from another good town. The Santa Fee railroad is the north line of this tract. Will be sold on crop Eayments. Who wants it? This is a argain and within the reach of any man of energy and push. Sold in tracts of "quarters or half sections. A 400 acre stock farm in "easy reach of Hays. Running water on farm; 10 acres of timber, also good wells with wind mills. Two quarters of land to trade for Hays City property; One within an hour's ride of Hays improved and fenced, good house and barn. The oth er a fine quarter all under irrigation. Twenty-two (22) acres of land, well improved, close to good town. A...

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. — 5 December 1914

Historic! S86ity foiE 1j IIzlU 3 F "l V VOL. XXXIII. NO. 2 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 5. 1914 SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR I H H f! 1 I V 4. I "f I 1 D o it lo-uay 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 pa pers, Jewelry, etc, around the house, especially when you can get this extraordinary service for $1.00 per year. . '. . CITIZENS STATE BANK SEE BURNS. CRYSTAL THEATRE PROGRAM Home Sweet Home will be shown at the Crystal Theatre, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8th Home Sweet Home is a life drama a series of plays within a play showing the birth of the famous song, "Home Sweet Home", the life of its author, John Howard Payne, and the effects of the song on the lives, actions and morals of many people, this special fea ture is in 6 reels, acted by a most selected cast of 25 artists, and has been highly approved by all exhibitors and the press where ever it has been shown. Don't fail to see t...

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. — 5 December 1914

THE HAYS FUZE PEES3 WARSHIP IS BLOWN UP IN THE WAY Magazines of Bulwark Let Go , and Nearly 800 of Crew Killed by Explosion. IMPORTANT RUSSIAN VICTORY London and Petrograd Report 50,000 j Germans Captured and Say that Retreat Has Become Rout of Great Proportions. Summary of Events. ) The UritLsh warship Bulwark lias been blown up in the Medway river off Sherness by an explos ion in her magazines. Only twelve were saved out of the crew of 700 or 800 aboard the Bulwark. The explosion is believed to have been in an internal magazine. AVhether it was caused by Ger man agents or was an accident such as might have occurred in times of peace, has not been de termined. To Help England. A brief dispatch from Lisbon says the Portuguese congress has decided that Portugal should co-operate with the Allies. The minister of war has called for a partial mobilization of the army. The treaty by which Portugal believes it is bound to aid the Allies was made in 1703 with England, and it provides that ...

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. — 5 December 1914

THE HAYS FREE PRESS v I FOR BOY FARMERS Silver Loving Cup for Best Ten Ears of Corn at State Institute. Will RP HASH PRI7FS. TDD ii ill ul unwia . State Agricultural College Making Great Preparations for Big Farm ers' Meet in December. A silver loving cup, worth $100, is offered by the Kansas Crop Improve ment Association to the Kansas boy between 15 and 21 years old, who has the best 10 ears, of any kind of corn, in the state-wide institute held at the college December 28 to January 1. The only requirements are that the boy must have grown the corn him self and that he have entered the home contest last spring. There will be no entrance fee. Besides the silver loving cup, $222 in cash prizes is offered by the Kan sas State Bankers' Association, through the agricultural committee. These cash prizes will be awarded to the boys and girls January 1 by E. K. Mullany of Hill City, president of the bankers' association, and V. W. Bowman of Topeka, secretary of the association. In the corn...

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. — 5 December 1914

n The Hays Free Press A L CLAR v & SOS PCBLISHTCBS AND PBoPRIETOKS Isdued. every Saturday, and eater dd at th& Poatoffloe at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Teems of Subscription Per Year in Advance - f 1.00 Established IS82 SATURDAY, DEC. 5, 1914 Normal Notes and Comments. entSi young people and the community at large. Gonsult the Short Course program and arrange to attend .these lectures if possible. Here is an oppor tunity for parents, especially, to get in formation that will help them in their efforts toward intelligent cooperation with the public schools in the great work of child welfare. C. A. Shively, Supt. Schools.. SOME THINGS .... and OTHER THINGS Si Normal School News. The Second Annual Farmers' and Housekeepers' Short Course opened with a big crowd out for the parade, speeches and polo game on Monday. The parade was highly complimented by the crowd for its size and appear a.C3. The pageant sh"w:ng thesevtn periods of develop n?rt In W .?;-;!. Kx-.i-sas hi...

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. — 5 December 1914

J 1 ' 1 I, ' 1 ' J-J TliE GRAVEST CRISIS IH HISTORY '.,,, m mr n a t 1 T r r - - , CONFRONTS AliERICAN RAILWAYS! j " ' WAR HAS CLOSED FINANCIAL MARKETS OF EUROPE j TO-TT7M mPT-fNTTFI Y -j inr.rl UMuTimiEiljX ! . f In view of the fact that the railroads of Kansas have filed an application for an increase in passenger rates before the State Public Utilities Commission, it is their desire to utilize this occasion for an intimate and frank discussion of the whole railroad question with the people of this state. To this end, the careful attention of the m reader is in vited to a series of articles which will appear in this newspaper during the next few weeks. All that is asked is that the people of Kansas, whose broad mindedness is a by-word throughout the country, do the railroads the justice to listen to their side of the story and then form such conclusions as they think the fac.s warrant. That the railroads of the United States are today confronted by the gravest crisis in their hist...

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. — 5 December 1914

THE HAYS Fi!HH PBE3S Confessions gf a Mail Order Man By Mr. M. O. X. Revelations by One Whose Experience in the Business Covers a Range From Office Boy to General Manager KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME AND BOOST YOUR LOCAL TRADE. The mail order business, with the ex ception of the stock market, is the 011I7 business in which the entire capital is furnished by the traders in advance of the transaction. Furthermore, there is no business in the world that could not be made highly profitable abundantly so if the customers were to pay their money in advance at the time of the giving of the order. For the reason that the merchant or dealer who handles the cash is not subject to any loss from bad credits, cancellation of orders, return of goods, etc. Did you ever stop to consider that if there are a half dozen, more or less, bad credits, or, to use a more forceful ex pression, "dead beats," in your com munity on the books of the merchant with whom you do business, that it is you who must pay for ...

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. — 5 December 1914

THE HAYS FSEE PEEE3 a GOOD G0L1FLEXIGH GJIARANTEED. USE ZONA POMACE the beauty powder compressed with healing agents, you will never be annoyed by pim ples, blackheads or facial blemishes. If not satisfied after thirty days' trial yonr dealer will exchange for 50c in other goods. Zona has satisfied for twenty years try it at our risk. At dealers or mailed,. 50c. ZONA COMPANY, VICiHTA, KANSAS SOMETHING USEFUL FOR XMAS f rT ..7frti. W Sold at the best stores J WatyfUTal 5 most everywhere. If I I Ir?09t 1 7nr dealer cannot I laSal) KnnnlT.we will Kladly 3 FnlVrttSTfsPcri assist ya- Illustrated I U folder on request. l. K. wate'bman company 173 Broadway " w Tor PATENTS Watsos E. Coleman, . Patent .Utwyer.Waeliinglon, D.C. Advice and books free. Rates reasonable. Highest references. Heat Ber vices. LITTERATEUR HARD AT WORK Ordinary Mortal Had to Wait While Budding Genius Secured Founda tion for Story. A Brooklyn drug clerk tells of a man who came into his shop for the purpose of consulti...

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. — 5 December 1914

Real Estate and Bargains. LOUIS BURNS, Manager. Under tha above head will- be ad vertised anything you wish to sell or trade. Nothing too small or too large for this column to handle. A small per cent will ba charged if sale is made. No charge for adver tising. Thirty-five (35) quarter sections, all good, rich wheat land unimproved. This land is 8 miles from the county seat and 8 miles from another good town. The Santa Fee rail read is the north line of this tract. Will be sold on crop Eayments. Who wants it.' This is a argain and within the reach of any man of energy and push. Sold in tracts of quarters or half sections. A 400 acre stock farm in easy reach of Hays. Running water on farm; IV acres of timber, also good wells with wind mills. Two quarters of land to trade for Hays City property. One within an hour's ride of Hays improved and feneed, gcoJ house and barn. The oth er a fine quarter all under irrigation. Twenty-two (22) acres of land, well improved, close to good town. A ...

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. — 12 December 1914

' euie HietoricaV Soct.t, RID VOL. XXXIIL NO. 3 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, DECEMBER 12. 1914 SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR U LP m 11 U-3 Do It To-Day 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 sate to keep valuable pa pers, Jewelry, etc, around the house, especially when you can get this extraordinary service for $1.00 per year CITIZENS STATE BANK SEE BURNS. PROGRAM On next Monday will be shown the last series of the great story of "Lucille Love the Girl of Mystery;" and' here we wish to express our great appreciation for the interest our patrons have taken in this serial story. Now, with the last series of Lucille Love we will commence the first series of "The Trey of Hearts" This story is written by the famous author Louis Joseph Vance, author of "The Fortune Teller," "The Brass Bowl," and the Black Bag." No doubt that there are many who are familiar with these stories, but we can say that "The Trey of Hearts" ...

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. — 12 December 1914

THE HAYS FEES PRESS SERVIA'S BEFEA IS NOW IN SIGHT Little Kingdom that Started This Great War Catinot Hold Out Further. HEAVY FIGHTING IH RUSSIA Austro-Germans at Battle Line Austro-Germans Battle ' Lines In Northern France are Comparatively Quiet. f (Summary of Events. The end of Servia is in sight. Reports from war headquarters in southeastern Europe indicate that the little mountain kingdom which started the present conflict is about to be wiped out. Servia has fought Austria, her big north ern neighbor, for centuries, try ing to preserve her racial and na tional independence but the end is in sight. - Despatches from London, Petrograd and Vienna say that 100,000 of the Servian army one-third of her adult male population have been killed or wounded since the war began. Be cause of the greater conflict else where In Europe the campaign, in the southeast has gone along with scant notice, but it has been a war of exter mination. In the operations of Aus tria against the Serbs in the...

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. — 12 December 1914

THE HAYS FEEE PEESS Wi WARN EUROPE Twenty Republics of the New World to Confer About Neutrality Breaks. CHILE FEARS BELLIGERENTS Pan-American Union Probably Will Draw Up Rules and Notify Fighting Nations.- Washington, Dec. 4. Jrave contro versies between nations of South America and the belligerent countries of Europe have led to the calling of a conference for next Tuesday of the fevcming board of the Pan-American Union. Before this board, which consists of the diplomatic representatives here of twenty American republics, with the j Secretary of State of the United States j as chairman, ex officio, will come the various suggestions which have been made by Argentine, Chile, Peru, Uru guay and Ecuador for a stronger as sertion of the rights of neutrals and the exclusion of belligerent warships from the waters of the Americas. May Fight Too Close to Chile. Evidences of the grave situation in South America due to the presence of belligerent warships on both the At lantic and Pacific co...

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. — 12 December 1914

Hays Free Press A. L. CLARH & -SOV, Publish kks and Proprietors . Issued every oaturtlay, and satered at the PostoSice at Hays, Kansas, as seoond class matter. Terms of Subscription Per Year in Advance - -1 Established JSS2 f.oo SATURDAY, DEC. 5, 19H 1 IT x J L llOmial ftClCS LOnUHSIltS. Heikh Efficiency Notes. A stove to produce heat must have two things, fuel and oxygan. The human body must have the same two things for the same purposes. The first we call food, which we get by eat ing; the second, oxygen, which we get by breathing. In order that a stova may barn effi ciently, the fuel must be of a sort easily burned. It must be broken up fine enough and shoveled m in small enough quantities to prevent a large percentage of it going up the chimney as smoke. The human body must have its fa?l finely divided and not shoveled in in such chunks and quantities that it bur dens the human furnace, wears out th grate and produze3 little heat. The stove requires a good draft. If the grat...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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