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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 2 January 1915

TOTE?" VOL. XXXIIL NO. 6 HAYS, FT ITS COUNTY. KANSAS, JANUARY 2 SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR 0 14 The " Citizens State Bank of Hays City Extends to You the Compliments of the Season New Year 1915 k ", -T'-V-. - - 1 ' V -"u w-"- - - -m" .ih i'gt- -; -L'"'"'J--' " - Frank Stout was in Salina, Monday, on business. Clark Burnham was over from Pf eif er, .Wednesday. Harry Felten shipped a car of horses to Salina this week. John Henderson visited friends in St. Joseph, Mo., this week. Fcani. A misses muff. Owner may have same by calling at this office. Jack Wolf spent Christmas with friends at Dorrance. Harry King and wife visited friends in Kansas City, this week. Wm. S. Mann's mother is here from Kansas City for the holidays. Glady3 and Hazel Miller spent Christ mas with Bertha Oldham at Voda. Judge Chas. W. Smith of Stockton, has been appointed executive clerk under Capper. Roland Lippert was up from Rush county this week, visiting his sister, Mrs. Henry Havemann. Prof, and Mrs. Wooster...

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. — 2 January 1915

THE HAYS FUSE PI1E5S (1 Oumberlands By Charles HsyHIs Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes in the Play CCopjriiht. 1913. by W. J. Watt & CoJ SYNOPSIS. 4 On Misery creek, at the foot of a 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 Bally, 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 pected of the crime. Samson denies it. .The shooting of Jesse Purvy breaks the truce in the Hollman-South feud. Sam son reproves Tamarack Spicer for tellini? fiaily that Jim Hollman is on the trail "with bloodhounds hunting the man who ?hot Purvy. The bloodhounds lose the rail at Spicer South's door. Lescott dis covers artistic ability in Samson. CHAPTER V Continued. The two men had lost an, hour huddled under a canopy beneath the cannonading of a sudden storm. They had...

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. — 2 January 1915

THE HAYS FUSS mm4 SOLID FOOTING FOR HORSES Overshoe, Easily Adjusted to Hoof of Animal, Invented by New York er It Prevents Slipping. The Scientific American in illustrat ing and describing an overshoe for horses, invented by M. Blackman, 204 "West Eighty-second street, New York, says : The invention provides an overshoe for horses which may be easily ad justed to the hoof of the horse. The overshoe is provided with' removable soles formed with calks arranged to Overshoe for Horse. prevent slipping. The calks may be made of a material that will not injure pavements and yet will furnish a good footing under all conditions. SELF-FEEDER FOR FATTENING Method Is Practical Under Some Cir cumstances and Will Give Good Results in Saving Labor. The self-feeder method of fattening hogs is practical under some circum stances, and will give first-class re sults at a saving of labor. Many in quiries come to the Iowa State col lege on this question, and consider able investigation has been collec...

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. — 2 January 1915

The Hays Free Press A. L CLARK & SOX, : Isauad every Saturday, and satered at the Posloffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Xekms ok Subscription Per Year in Advance - - fl.Of Batabllahed 1832 SATURDAY, JAN. 2, 1914 TT slates and Comments. Importance o! the Financial Statement. All ' business concerns and business men of any consequence have regular periods a which they make out financial ! statements, showing their profits (or losses), resources, liabilities and other important facts. Corporations and oth er .legalized companies are required by statute to show statements of receipts and expenditures, profits, resources, etc. " The law recognizes the import ance of such tabulations to the public. On the other hand men with small capital, stock raisers, grain producers, dairy men, poultry growers, etc, seldom keep books of any sort, and consequent ly never exhibit statements of any kind. If it is important for some to keep ac counts, why .isn't it just as important for ...

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. — 2 January 1915

Thirty years ago Kansas was called tne cranlc state, Decause sne naa a prohibitory law. Now the liquor inter ests are in a death struggle to prevent that same law from being adopted by the United States. But as the world idea yesterday, is the wisdom of today. Kansas has been the pioneer in many unpopular ideas, but those that were good and useful have been adopted, and those that were otherwise have been re jected. Kansas is not always right, but most of the time she is. Lawrence Ga zette. We understand that our city dads are negotiating for another 50,000 gallon water tank similar to the one now in use, to be placed by its side, for the purpose of supplying our people with an ample supply of good water next sum mer. This is a splendid move and de monstrates clearly that the administra tion is making the best use of the money at its disposal, for the good of the town. The task these men assumed when tak ing office, is far from a light one. The i i i xi :u:i:-t. Duraens are neavy, 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. — 2 January 1915

THE UAYo FmSS PHE23 3' HILLED A Trusties Employed as Attend ants at Penitentiary Abuse Prisoner. BEAT A PATIENT TO DEATH County Coronor Investigating Sudden Demise of Frank Miller in Prison Asylum at Lansing. Frank Miller, a convict in the state prison at Lansing, died recently under corcumstancea which have resulted in an investigation by Coronor Davis. Miller died shortly after receiving a severe beating at the hands of con victs employed as attendant in the prison asylum and it is believed his death is the direct result of the beat ing. William La Trasse, a Kansas City, Kas., desperado, who i3 serving a sen tence in the prison for robbing a Mis souri Pacific train north of Kansas City, Kas., is one of the men accused of beating Miller. He has been sent to the coal mines and does not yet know of the death of Miller. The other men accused are Frank Miller, no relation to the dead man, and a convict named Campbell. These two men are now being questioned in an effort to get the facts...

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. — 2 January 1915

THE HAYS FEEE PEE2S i ' " i GOOD TIME TO START 7 : .- . .: X -. .. r V & - W All Gobblers (By ANNA GALIGHER.) If the turkey business was a failure with you this year don't get discour aged and quit. Instead, use your bet ter Judgment and try again. If you have never raised turkeys now 13 a good time to begin. Turkeys are difficult to raise, as we know by long experience, but with good care and the right kind of feed we have managed to raise a good per centage of those hatched. Just now we , are having some trouble with ours because of our in ability to keep them out "of a neigh bor's rye field. Several have died, two more are sick. The rjre causes a bowel trouble, which is not unlike cholera. After we discovered the cause of the trouble we tried keeping the well tur .keys in a yard. This was not a suc cess. They began to droop and re fused to eat; just as we expected, for a turkey cannot endure confinement. The sick ones were given a little epsom salts in their feed and two re c...

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. — 2 January 1915

Real Estate and Bargains. - : s i ' m , - " . 5 . r . - ? - I -. " f . . 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. Hays, all things considered, isthe 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 grain shipped from her farms than any other town. Hays has the most up-to-date State 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...

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. — 9 January 1915

fUU Historic! Sssisl? IT TT VOL. XXXIII. NO. 7 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 9, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR In I o li klLJ-o u i 3 4 3-: -V i hi It Isn't What You Make ITS WHAT YOU SAVE For You Your Safety Your Needs, the Citizens State Bank was organized Begin with us Grow with us We cordially invite you to call on us NOW and become acquainted. CITIZENS STATE BANK HAYS, KANSAS Protect Your Stock and Poultry A small amount of money spent for worihy foods and remedies for your stock and poultry to protect them during cold weather will prove a paying investment. STOCK FOODS AND REMEDIES We have reliable veterinary remedies for all animal disorders, condi tion powders, etc., stock food that economize feed because they supply elements that cause the feed to assimilate perfectly, thereby furnishing the greatest amount of nourishment. POULTRY FOODS AND REMEDIES Keep your hens in good money-earning condition at this season by giving them a good poultry powder. It will keep the e...

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. — 9 January 1915

THE HAYS Fimn PSESS A CHANCE TO LEARN Agricultural College to Send Out Seventeen Extension' Schools This Year. TO TEACH MANY SUBJECTS Farmers, Mechanics and Housekeepers Will Be Thoroughly Trained for Their Daily Duties. Kansas has a population of 1,700,000 of the finest people in the world. They; are ambitious for education for their children, so colleges and high schools are crowded. But back at home are thousands of men and women who feel the need of more training for their daily duties. The time is coming rap idly when every city and town will broaden its course of study until it will offer to teach any man or woman what he or she needs in daily life. Until that time comes, the Kaansas 'Agricultural College will offer to send "schools" for one week out to where people live. The Extension Division Is now announcing the following Ex tension Schools: domestic science, home economics, cooking and poultry In combination, sewing, road officers concrete con struction, gas engine, tract...

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. — 9 January 1915

THE HAYS FUSE PIIESS HIGESTIOll, GAS OR SICK SE1H .Time it! rape's Diapepsin enas all Stomach misery in five r minutes. Do some foods you eat hit back taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour,' gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's Diapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you will get happy relief in five minutes, but what pleases you most Is that it strengthens and regulates your stom ach so you can eat your favorite foods without fear. You feel different as soon as "Pape's Diapepsin" comes in contact with the stomach distress just vanishes your stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belch ing, no eructations of undigested food. Go now, make the best investment you ever made by getting a large fifty cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any store. You realize in five minutes how needl...

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. — 9 January 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS A. L. CLARK & SON, Flblishj-ks and Pkopuieioks . Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Postoffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Tebms of Subscription Per Year in Advance $1.00 established 1882 SATURDAY, JAN. 9, 1915 Normal Notes and Comments. COMKERCIAL EDUCATION IN KANSAS. What It should be and Why. WHAT EDUCATION IS. , Many attempts have been made to de termine the objects of education. Phi losophers and educators with whom we are acquainted are prolific in their defin itions. Plato would have the object of education to be the perfection of all the nowers of man. Dante declared it to be to fit man for eternity. Rosenkranz says it is to develop the theoretical and practical reason in man, and give him freedom. John Milton, author of "Paradise Lost," and one of the great est men who ever wrote a book, thought the purposes of education were to regain what man lost in Adam's fall; and to know God aright, and out of that know ledge to love him, an...

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. — 9 January 1915

X I it 4 l r- mms: OF PAY HILLICHS TO PEOPLE IN WAGES, TAXES AND . FOR SUPPLIES EVERY YEAR. KANSAS AND THE RAILROADS. It is a strange fact, but nevertheless true, that in times past the people of the average state have not regarded their railroads as an "industry" and yet, next to agriculture, there is not a single . Central or Western state in which the railroads do not pay out more money for labor and supplies- than does anv . other sincrle enterprise, however large. We brag about our fertile farm lands and reioice that our cities are filled with big factories with big pay roll3 which create a market for farm Droducts but we foreet that more workingmen's families depend upon the railroads for a living than upon any other one industry in either the average state or the nation and that their wel fare is therefore closely linked to that of the farmer and the merchant not merely because they furnish him freight and passenger service, but because the millions they disburse in one way a...

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. — 9 January 1915

- THE HAY3 PHS23 w (? e i f e me you or ine I Oumberfends f By Charles fievllls Buck With Illustrations from Photographs of Scenes in the Play (Ccsjriglu. 7 W. J. Wau & CoJ SYNOPSIS. On Misery creek Sally Miller finds George Lescott. a landscape painter, un conscious, and. after reviving him. ots for assistance. Spicer South, head of the family, tells Samson South and Sally that Jesse Purvy has been shot and that Sam son is euspected of the crime. Samson denies it. The shooting of Jesse Purvy breaks the truce in the Hollman-South feud. Samson reproves Tamarack Spicer for telling Sally that Jim Hollman la hunting with bloodhounds the man who ahot Purvy. The bloodhounds lose the trail at Spicer South's door. Lescott dis 'novers artistic ability in Samson. While sketching with Lescott on the mountain. Tamarack discovers Samson to a jeering crowd of mountaineers. Samson thrashes him and denounces him as the "truce huster' who shot Purvy. Lescott tries to persuade Samson to go to New...

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. — 9 January 1915

THE HAYS FEES FEESS ?C$Z?Jl$2) &QZC OW that scientists have discovered that high frequency electrical cur rents are powerful stimulants both of plant and animal life, the farm hand of the future may have to be a duly qualified electrical engineer before he can get a job. It will not be enough for him to know how to manipulate the mo tors and transmis sion gear by which the farm machinery will be run. He will have to be up on the chemistry of electric ity. ' He will have not only to know the use of violet rays in purify ing .the drinking water, but will also have to know whether ground wires are better for beets, ruby lights for radishes, mercury va por for tobacco and electric sprinkling for something else. He will have to be something of a plant neurologist, too. When the corn in the south forty is getting "nerves," or when the oats in the new ground is becoming tnn c. nolent. he will have to make correct diagnoses ami rroriho v,Q r. treatment. Electrification for plant growth ...

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. — 9 January 1915

Real Estate and Bargains. -. '-- v '- . :-"". - . ,. - V ... V y. -.; . ! f " -- " - . - r " 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. 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 grain shipped from her farms than any other town. Hays has the most up-to-date State 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 fr...

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. — 16 January 1915

ilite Historical: aocm i,j . ; r t VOL. XXXHL NO. 8 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 16. 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR 11 liiLii 3 sn ce ITS WHAT YOU SAVE For You Your Safety Your Needs, the Citizens State Bank was organized Begin with us Grow with us We cordially invite you to call on us NOW and become acquainted. CITIZENS STATE PANK HAYS, KANSAS 1 SEE BURNS. 3g: Henderson-Smith Wedding. At the home of the bride sixteen miles south of Hays, on Tuesday at High noon occurred the marriage of Miss May Smith and Jacob Hendrick son. The ceremony was read by Rev. A. S. Hale of the Methodist Episcopal church. About twenty-five or thirty relatives and friends were present to witness this important event and to partake of the sumptuous dinner pre pared by the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. A number of very handsome gifts were left for the furnishing of the new home. These young people are well and favorablo known in this community and their many friends all hope that ! their...

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. — 16 January 1915

The New Governor Makes His Inaugural Speech at the State Capital. , Fellow Citizens: In compliance with the will of the sovereign people of Kansas; in accordance with the con stitution of the state, I have appeared here today to take the oath of office as your chief state executive, and with deep and solemn realization of the re sponsibilities imposed, to pledge and 'promise you before God, the Almighty Ruler, to consecrate to the people of my native state au my energies ana my utmost ability. God help me to be faithful to the trust given me this day. To my associates in every depart ment of the state administration, I offer congratulations upon the oppor tunity we together have to serve the people of Kansas; I promise them my whole-hearted cooperation in their work. To my predecessor in the of fice of Governor, who has given this state his best service the last two years, I join with all Kansas in wish ing happiness and success in whatever he undertakes. No Pet Measures. My friends...

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. — 16 January 1915

THE HAYS FHHC SAPPER'S MESSAGE The New Governor Makes Numerous Notable Recommendations to Kansas Law-makers. State Could Have Economy Through Business-like Methods of Operation. Merit System Should be Employed by Both State and County Administrations. Stronger Country Schools, Welfare Measures and a Better Prison, Among Other Suggestions. Executive Office, Topeka, Kan., Jan uary 12, 1915. Gentlemen of the Legislature: According to custom and the pro visions of the Constitution of Kansas, I submit these suggestions and recom mendations upon those public matters which seem to me of immediate con cern. You have met to provide for a more expeditious conduct of public busi ness; to make such changes in the statutes as time, experience and ever changing conditions may indicate are required; to enact such new legisla tion as the needs of the people de mand. I am sure every member of both houses fully appreiate this re sponsibility. I hope I may be par doned if in my zeal to do my part, I r...

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. — 16 January 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS A. L. CLARK & SON, PUBLISHEBS AND PROPRIETORS Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Postoffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Teems of Subscription Per Year in Advance - - $1.00 Established 1882 SATURDAY, JAN. 16, 1915 Normal Notes and Comments. NATUFX STUDY OBSERVATIONS. Prepared by Normal School Nature Study Class Jupiter is now "evening star" and can be seen in the Southwest soon after sundown. Venus is "morning star" and is won derfully bright, high in the East just before daylight. Swift's Packing Co. of Chicago, 111., advertises a four-panel Nature Study Calendar, a page each being devoted to colored plates of Insects, Birds, Flowers and Animals. They will send it for ten cents in stamps. It is a beautiful cal endar. A bulletin of star charts showing the stars and constellations for each month in the year can be obtained from "Pop ular Astronomy," Northfield, Minn. News Notes. On Monday e ening the first prelim inary debate contest to choo...

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