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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 12 December 1914

VGAT THE RAILROADS DO WITH THEIR HONEY WHY THEY ARE CONSIDERED THE GREAT BUSINESS BAROMETER OF In contemplating the crisis which confronts the railroads at the present time, and which was briefly explained in last week's article, it is important for the reader to realize that the rail roads and the public face each other under radically changed conditions to day from those which prevailed a few years ago. The abuses and scandals which have been aired before the Inter state Commerce Commision during re cent months were perpetrated for the most part under the old regime of a dozen or so years ago, and can never be repeated under the conditions which now prevail. On the one hand, the Interstate Commerce Commission and the different states, Either through their Public Utility Commissions or Legislatures, say what rates the rail roads shall charge for Eervice. In ad dition to this, a proposal is now pending in Congress to give the government the right to investigate all new interstate se...

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. — 12 December 1914

THE HAYS FEEE PEES5 CHARLES NEVILLE BUCKL, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS OF SCENES IN THE CHAPTER I. Close to the serried backbone of the Cumberland ridge through a sky of mountain clarity, the sun seemed hesi tating before ita descent to the hori zon. The sugar-loaf cone that tow ered above a creek called Misery was pointed and edged with emerald trac ery where the loftiest timber thrust up its crest plumes into the 6un. On the hillsides it would be light for more than an hour yet, but below, where the waters tossed themselves along in a chorus of tiny cascades, the light was already thickening into a cathedral gloom. Down there the "fur riner" would have seen only the rough course of the creek between moss velveted and shaded bowlders of titanic proportions. The native would have recognized the country road in these tortuous twist ings. A great block of sandstone, to whose summit a man standing in his saddle could scarcely reach his fingertips, towered above the stream, with a gnarled scrub ...

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. — 12 December 1914

THE HAYS FUSS PRESS ("Tnn)ii( Its Sound. "The account of this battle has a menu sound." "What do you mean?" "It says the well-seasoned troops were mustered out and then peppered with shot," Naturally. "So your apartment house invest ment turned out badly." "Yes; it was a flat failure." u coil mi uauau.h o urrcn 10 AfM'O&'S OPPORTUiilTY GROW GRAINS IN WESTERN CAN ADA, ENJOY AN EXCELLENT . CLIMATE AND MAKE MONEY. t i I i i M - 1 When some people do good by stealth they manage to let it be found out by accident. A GRATEFUL ACKNOWLEDGMENT. 1 - - T 1 113 V.C B I Kill II I J It TT B7i n i "mi 4 N THESE latter days, -when every branch of human activity has been systematized and we are brought. whether we like it or not,, under the spell of scientific management of the smallest business, what is more natu ral than that we should now be ob liged to accept the scientific manage ment of Christmas? Christmas as a science! How our grandfathers would have gasped at the idea! In their time Chr...

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. — 12 December 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 b...

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. — 19 December 1914

MAYS i ryr. i a it Hi h- H VOL. XXXIII. NO. 4 . HAYS. ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, DECEMBER 19. 1914 SUBSCRIPTION S1.00 PER YEAR K 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 for $1.00 per year. CITIZENS STATE BANK Dec. 11th 1914 DELAYED SHIPMENT Just Arrived JZf All Wool, Blue serge suits just arrived, and O J we accepted them at a great bargain. Listen! We are going to let the BARS down on them, for the next Ten Days, they would be great bargains at the regular retail prices, but we are going to cut them down several notches more. Look at these price! $12.00 All Wool Suits Cut to $ 9.90 15.00 17.00 19.00 ii it 46 ii ii a ii ii a a a a a a a 11.90 13.90 15.90 As to the valuof these suits, an examination will convince you. Come in, you are welcome, viether yotf buy or not ; We also take thi...

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 December 1914

Tim HAYS FUSS, PSES3 KANSAS AT FRISCO State Building at Panama Pa cific Exposition is Nearly Completed. REST PLACE FOR VISITORS Structure Described by President Reid of the Fair Commission A Club House for Kansans. Albert T. Reid, president of the Kau nas Commission to the Panama-Pacific Exposition, announced that the Kan sas building at San Francisco would be ready for occupancy by the first of the year. The building is com pleted, except for the finishing touches in the interior. The furnish ings and draperies are on the way to the coast and the building will be ready to receive the furniture this month. The Kansas building is said to be one of the cleanest and most impos ing types of structures on the exposi tion grounds. It is classical-colonial in its lines and has one of the best locations on the grounds. The main part of the structure is 50 by 100 feet with a large veranda at the east and west ends. The building is to be a real club building for Kansas people. It faces to 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. — 19 December 1914

THE HAYS FILES PSESS WAR BRINGS NE TASKS AND DUTIES President Points Out Big Prcb Which Confront Congress. BUST OPEN GATES OF TRADE Ships to Carry Goods to Empty Mar kets Is Imperative Necessity Our National Defense Lies in Our Citizenry Need of Economy. Washington, Dec. 8 The new tasks and duties imposed upon the United States as a result of the European war occupied the grer.ter portion of Presi dent Wilson s message to congress read today before a joint session of the two houses. The message follows: Gentlemen of the Congress: The session upon which you are now entering will! be the closing session of the Sixty-third congress, a congress. I venture to say. which will long be re membered for the great body of thoughtful and constructive work which it has done, in loyal response to the thought and needs of the coun: try. I should like in this address to re view the notable record and try to make adequate assessment of it; but no doubt we stand too near the work that has been done a...

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. — 19 December 1914

The Hays Free Press A. L. CLARK & SOST, Publish ees aki Pbofeibtobs Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Postoffice at Hays, Kansas, as second, class matter. Tekms of Subscription Per Year in Advance - - - $1.00 Established 1882 SATURDAY, DEC. 19, 1914 Normal Notes and Comments. Keeping Warm. Plenty of finely ground up fuel (food) and plenty of oxygen to burn the fuel by way of the craft (the nose) and lungs are the first requisites for produc ing bodily heat. Exercise and a healthy condition of the skin through cold sponge baths ard vigorous rub3 with rough to.ve!s in crease oni's heating efS:iency. Go to bed warm and not to gt warm. Normal School News. The Normal School lake has been alive with skaters since the cold weath er started. The skating has been only fairly good. Dr. Hobbs who was here to lecture upon the Veterinary subjects last week was obliged to give up most of his work owing to a severe attack of neuralgia. Dr. Moye of Hays lectured in the place of Dr. Hobb...

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 December 1914

4l Why the Cost of Operating Struggling Again ts Increased Cost of Labor and Supplies on One Hand Reduced Rates on the Other. During the last few years the advo cates of government ownership of railroads have been somewhat persis tent in the public press and the matter is referred to here, not with any idea of combatting this propaganda, but merely that the people may briefly see both sides of the picture. So long as a lot of men welcome the wrecking of the railroads on the theory that the govern ment will take them over and that such a state of affairs would be preferable to private ownership, it will be im possible to obtain from them a fair judgement of the latter system which now prevails in the United States. It is impossible to go into this great ques tion at any length at this time, but here are a few things worth thinking about. Much has been said in recent years about the water contained in American railroad securities, and, in this connect ion the valuation of the governme...

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 December 1914

the kays fhhs phess FflO jctlt Ob flO Qyinherlantis By Charles Neville Bock .With Illustrations from Photographs of Scene9 in the Play (Copyrl!u. 1913. by W. J. Watt & Co.) 2 SYNOPSIS. On Misery creek, at the foot of" a rock Trom wnicn ne naa ranen. oaiiy aimer 'finds George Lescott. a landscape paint er. unconscious, and after reviving him. Sgoes for assistance. Samson South and Sally, taking Lescott to Samson's home. ;are met by Spicer South, head of the family, who tells them that Jesse Purvy baj been shot. CHAPTER II Continued. "I hain't a-wantin ter suspicion ye, Samson, but I know how ye feels about yore pap. I heered thet Bud .Spicer come by hyar yistiddy plumb :full of liquor an 'lowed he'd seen -Jesse an' Jim Asberry a-talkin' ter gether jest afore yore pap was kilt." 'He broke off abruptly, then added: "Ye went away from hyar last night, jan didn't git in twell atter sunup I just heered the news, an come ter look fer ye." "Air you-all 'lowin' thet I shot them shoots fr...

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. — 19 December 1914

TIES HAYS FEES PEESS GREET II. S. TOY Si Officials of Jason Are Given Welcome by the Germans at Genoa, Italy. WARSHIPS STOPPED VESSEL They Wished It "Godspeed," Though, When They Learned Its Mission in Cruising There. Genoa, Dec. 10. The American Christmas ship, Jason, which arrived here today with gifts for the war or phans of Austria and Germany, was stopped by three warships while on its way to this port from Marseilles. The warships, as soon as they learned the character of the vessel and its cargo, immediately drew off, but not before the officers had wished God speed to the Jason and its mission. When Commander Courtney and other officials from the Jason came ashore they were visited at their ho tel by the representatives of the Ger man government, who officially wel comed them and their gifts. The Ger man delegation consisted of Baron Adolph Lutz, chamberlain of the king of Bavaria; Gottlieb Krais, councillor of the ministry of foreign affairs; Dr. Ferdinand May, councillor o...

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 December 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 payments. Who wants it? This is a bargain 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 b...

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. — 26 December 1914

jt;. -4 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 for $1.00 per year. CITIZENS STATE BANK Headquarters for Edison Phonographs and Victrola Talking machines, from $10'to 200, at Shultz' Jewelry Store. adv. Dec. 11th 1914 DELAYED SHIPMENT Just Arrived ( CA All Wool, Blue serge suits just arrived, and we accepted them at a great bargain. Listen! We are going to let the BARS down on them, for the next Ten Days, they would be great bargains at the regular retail prices, but we are going to cut them down several notches more. Look at these price! $12.00 All Wool Suits Gut to $ 9.90 15.00 17.00 19.00 46 6( tt 64 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 11.90 13.90 15.90 As to the value of these suits'.Vair- .examination will convince you. Come in, you are,, welcome, whether j you; buy. or not , ...

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. — 26 December 1914

THE HAYS FEEE PBESS i t&i es - e is ne yaii onne umnerianas By Charles fisvills Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes in the Play i r U. W I Watt Xr rV 1 ' 3 SYNOPSIS. On Misery creek, at the foot of s. rock from which he has fallen. Sally Miller finds George Lescott, a landscape paint er, unconscious, and after reviving him. goes for assistance. Samson South and Sally, taking Lescott to Samson's home. !are met by Spicer South, head of the -family, who tells them that Jesse Purvy has been shot and that Samson Is sus Ter.tfA nf thn rr5m Samson denies it. The shooting of Jesse Purvy breaks the .truce in the Hollman-soutn ieua. CHAPTER IV Continued. He sauntered down the road, but, .'When he had passed out of vision, he turned sharply Into the -woods, and began climbing. His steps carried him to the rift In the ridge where the white can sxooa eenunei over mo "o" rower or tock. as ne cam uc edge from one side his bare feet mak- ?nS no souna, ne saw oaiijr nuu6 there, wi...

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 December 1914

THE HAYS FREE PRESS ti 1 KKoraanff lost 0 : in i wise il ii h. i 'ivy"LyN j TR grandfathers did not give up $50 each for the privilege of spending New Year's eve in crowded restaur ants. Neither did they, at the stroke of twelve, put on caps of colored paper, ring cow bells, and throw con fetti at strangers. Yet we, who ridi cule their traditions and superstitions, can find, it seems, no more satisfac- r tory way in wnicn 10 speea me uiu yi year and welcome the new. 4 Terhaps we might profitably follow their example. Certainly their way of waiting for the new year at home, or at the home of their friends, with games and songs and domestic cheer, was less expensive than our way. Also it is a matter for regret that the pleasant customs of paying New Year's calls and of giving New Year's presents has disappeared, AH the ritual of the day is gone; even the newsboy brings only a prosaic calendar nowadays, instead of the elaborate poetic address which in years gone by set forth his claims...

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. — 26 December 1914

The Hays Free Press A. L CLARK & SOS, Publishers and Pbofsixtoss Issued every Saturday, and altered, at the PosloSice at Hays, Kansas, as seoond class matter. Terms of Subscription Per Year in Advance - $1.00 Established 1882 SATURDAY, DEC. 26, 1914 formal Notes and Comments. A Fin Crop Saver. The Bob White is one of the best friends the farmer has. In the first place, Bob Whites stay jiere through the winter and every day eat many thintra which would not be eaten at a time when most of the bird3 are gone. In the second place, they eat almost en tirely harmful insects and weed seeds, and eat practically nothing that is use; ful to man. During the six months of the colder part of the year tne bod White eats over an ounce of weed seeds per day. If we had ten Bob Whites to each square mile in Kansas the Bob Wh'tes in the state should eat twenty five tons of weed seeds per day, in six months they would eat 4500 tons of weed seed. Imagine a ton of coal, then imagine the pile that 450...

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 December 1914

FARMER VITALITY CON CERNED IN RAILROADS WHAT THE EROPEAN WAR MEANS TO THE AMERI CAN FARMER. That every city of any size in the country is full of thousands of idle men moment. Is a fact well known to every reader of newspapers for hardly a day passes that the press is not full of comment about the hungry thousands who stand in the "Kroor! line" and Datronize the free "soup houses" in every large center of population. Nor is this state of affairs due to the policy of any particular polit ical party, but rather the outgrowth of conditions which have been slowly but surely crystalizing for a number of years. In the first place, the Corn Belt the great bread basket of the nation has had a series of slim crops in most sections, and this naturally has had a depressing effect upon business condi tions. Again, we have been passing through a period of industrial readjust ment of changing from the loose meth ods which prevailed a dozen or so years ago over to a policy of strict govern ment co...

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 December 1914

TEC HAYS FEES PHEC3 for. all .kahsans Mohlcr Expects Large Attend ance at Agricultural Board Meeting in January. FINE PROGRAM IS PROMISED Secretary Houston and President H. J. Waters to Deliver Addresses Everybody Invited. The forty-fourth annual meeting of the Kansas Board of Agriculture will be held at Topeka, January 13-15, next. The program is now taking shape, and it can be definitely an nounced that Secretary Houston,, of the United States Department of Agriculture, will be present Thursday afternoon, January 14, and make an address on "What the United States Department of Agriculture is Doing for American Agriculture." While ho synopsis of his speech is yet available, it is expected that Secre tary Houston's address will not be merely a congratulatory message, but will deal with questions of vital im portance to the farming industry, as distribution and marketing of farm products co-operation, and other means of improving the situation of the producer. Secretary Houston is im...

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 December 1914

THE HAYS FEES PRESS CLEANLINESS PAYS IN POULTRY BUSINESS j HOUSES PUT UP TO LAST Costume of Original American Design AS THE COLT. IS, SO WILL BE THE HORSE Workmen of a Past Generation Did Their Work in a Manner to v Endure. tit' ri x n it" Chicken House Should Not Be Placed The Chickens Must Have More Roup is a menace to the chicken business; lice suck your profits from the laying hens and the growing cock erels and cholera wipes out a whole year's profits in a week or two. Yet, none of these enemies are quite so dangerous as the- musty, frowsy, ill smelling, dirty henhouse, because dirt is the beginning and end of disease. A clean henhouse Is an insurance against fowl disorders, says an Indiana writer in Farm Progress. Many of us sort of grow accustomed to dirt. It grows on U3 and the first thing v,e know it has become so familiar, so much a part of the everyday sur roundings that we simply pass it by. We simply become unable to perceive dirt when it is all around us. We put off th...

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 December 1914

Real Estate and Bargains. - . - r . -:- : . - '. - , v . - 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 advertising. Hays, all things considered, is the best town in Kansas west of the sixth meridian. The United States reports say it is the most healthful spot in her borders. The state reports show more bushels of eram shipped from her farms than any other town. . Hays has the most up-to-date estate Normal in the Union; it has the largest Experimental Station on the globe; it is a city of churches; the public schools and High School are planned on the 'six and six method." Hays is the city of homes and culture a city to live in at a reas onable cost. 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 ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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