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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 15 May 1915

Graduating We have a larere selection of nresents suitable for GRADUATION - PRESENTS. Memory books for boys books, Scrap books, books of verses, poems of all best authors. The above books are in both leather and cloth binding. ' NEW BOOKS IN FICTION, a large number of Filty Cent Books, Bibles, fine stationery, Traveler's Writing Companions, Music rolls, Mirrors, Picturers, Toilet and Manicure sets, Gold Pens, Fountain Pens, guaranteed satisfaction. We have many things that will interest you. Come in and see. Bookseller Stationer and News Dealer R. S. MARKWELL, The Cos's Racket Store We have put in a line of . . . Furniture At Prices that will Surprise You. C. Sch waller's Sons DEALERS IN Lumber, Shingles, Lime, BARBED WIRE Cement, Coal, Etc., Etc. HAYS, - - - KANSAS Windmills, Tanks, Pumps AND LIGHTNING ROD in a reliable Company. Give me a my line. Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOLF BINDER HAYS, Money to Loan ON FARM SECURITY I have money to Loan on farm security at as low rates as can b...

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. — 15 May 1915

THE HAYS FEES FEES3 GOV. CAPPER AFTER ELECTION CROOKS He Believes Several Kansas City, Kan., Men are Headed for Penitentiary. PERSONS HIGHER UP INVOLVED Prominent Men of Both Old Parties Guilty of Ballot Fraud, Says Gov ernor's Informant Plans Per sonal Investigation. Topeka. "I have information in my office that leads me to believe there are several men in Kansas City, Kas., Republicans and Democrats, who are headed for the penitentiary," Governor Capper said, when he received the reply of Henry Zimmer, Kansas side election commissioner, to the re quest for Zimmer's resignation. "I don't know but that the election condi tions in Terre Haute may have been a Sunday school convention flection compared with some of the election feats in Kansas City, Kas., in the last few years. "The resignation of Zimmer was simply an incident. He has not at tempted to clean out the election crooks or prevent fraud in the elec tions in that town. He was supposed to be on the job, but during most of the...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 15 May 1915

THE HAYS FEES PEESS iliSKETT IS FREE Slayer of John D. S. Neeley in Caney Released from the Penitentiary. filECE WINS LONG, HARD FIGHT Discharge Came About Through Oper ation of Law Passed at Recent Session of Legislature. A. A. Truskett, who shot and killed John D. S. Neely of Wichita, million aire oil and gas man, in a hotel at Caney, July 7, 1911, has been released from the ward for the criminal insane in the Kansas state .penitentiary at Lansing. He went to the home of his niece, Miss Elsie Pearl Truskett, in Kansas City, Miss Truskett's untiring efforts being responsible for his free dom and he is proud of her and grate ful. Mr. Truskett was tried four times for the shooting. The first time re sulted in a verdict of second degree murder. In remanding the case, the Kansas Supreme Court said the trial judge, T. J. Flannelly, had usurped the functions of the jury. The juries dis agreed in the second and third trials and the fourth jury acquitted him of the charge of murder on the ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 15 May 1915

Your . Si A investment AGAINST LOSS FROM ANY CAUS 3Y 'DEATH E The Right Policy in the Right Company. Call up our agent to-day or write us. Let us get in touch with you. Let us tell you just what the Topeka Mutual Livestock Insur ance Company is and what it will do for you. Let us show you our policy how it insures your livestock against death from any cause. Our company is operated on the purely mutual plan. We are up to date, modern and a high grade institution. Our methods are clean cut and on the square. We do what we say we will. The officers of our company are all on stated salaries. They are not clipping dividend coupons. Our policy covers death to horses and cattle caused by death from accident, disease or condemnation by the Authorities, fire, lightning or tornado in fact death from any cause. Our policy holders rxe hot subject to assessment. We pay losses promptly. Over 2000 d .stinct different losses paid during the year 1914. Our rates are economical. They save you money....

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. — 22 May 1915

lute 'Historical Society TT TTTT"" Inlib VOL. XXX'".NO. 26 HAYS, FT J .IS COUNTY. KANSAS. MAY 22. 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR THE CITIZENS STATE BANK OFHAYS CITY recommends "A.B.A." Cheques for travel anywhere in the United States. They are far safer to carry than actual money, which generally cannot be recovered if stolen cr lost. They are more convenient than pesoH-al checks, because known throughout the eoHn try to be absolutely good and because tke holder's counter-signature at once identifies him. One can pay hotel bills with them; buy rail road and other tickets; and make purchases at the best shops. A.B.A' ISSE Cheques Issued by this bank in 610, $20, 50 and $100. Different Eyes require different' kinds of glasses. The ages may be the same, but the optical requirements will still differ widely. Our business is to adjust correctly Eyeglasses or Spectacles to suit the peculiarities of individual vision. We have built up a reputa tion for doing this unerringly, and our patr...

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. — 22 May 1915

THE HAYS FREE PEES3 MACI I (&r mmt DARK McCUTCHEON TLLU5TRATI0N5 jS-FAY "WALTERS co3Y?cr7; SYNOPSIS. 7 In the New York home of James Brood, his son, Frederic, receives a wireless from him. Frederic tells Lydia Des mond, his fiancee, that the message an nounces his father's marriage, and orders Mrs. Desmond, the housekeeper and Lydia's mother, to prepare the house for an Immediate home-coming. Brood and his bride arrive. She wins Frederic's lik ing at first meeting. Brood shows dislike and veiled hostility to his son. Lydia and Mrs. Brood met in the Jade-room, where Lydia works as Brood's secretary. Mrs. Brood is startled by the appearance of Ran Jab, Brood's Hindu servant. She makes changes in the household and gains her husband's consent to send Mrs. Des mond and Lydia away. She fascinates Frederic. She begins to fear Ranjab In his uncanny appearances and disappear ances, and Frederic, remembering his father's East Indian stories and firm be lief in magic, fears unknown evil. R...

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. — 22 May 1915

THE HAYS FREE PEES3 RAISING DRAFT HORSES IS PROFITABLE Richelieu, Prize-Winning Belgian Stallion at New York State Fair. "There Is nothing more profitable to the average farmer than the raising of a few good draft horses," says Dr. C. W. McCampbell, secretary of the state live stock registry board, "pro vided he has plenty of pasture and ac cess to a good stallion." If a good stallion is not standing for service in a community, the man who has at least five or six good farm mares can afford to own his own stal lion and use him as a work horse. A coming two-year-old stallion can be bought for approximately $400 and, taken in hand at this age, he makes an excellent work horse. 5 The raising of draft horses is differ ent from that of any other live stock on the farm. Important factors are good food and attention. Good breed ing gives the possibilities, but good feeding is necessary to bring this out to its fullest extent. It 13 better for the man of limited means, believes Doctor McCam...

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. — 22 May 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS A. L. CLARK & SON, Publishers and Proprietors Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Potoffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Tj?rms or Subscription Per Year in Advance $1.00 Established 1SS2 SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915 EfsOME THINGS Kirmal Notes and Comments. Garden Calendar. The little red buzs which crather in clusters in warm spots on sunny days are the young of the Box Elder bugs, or "pops" as they are often called. They can be killed by spraying them with kerosene. This is the best time to get rid of the bugs as the young are quite tender and easily affected by strong soap and kerosene or just kero sene solutions. Other insect pests will soon begin to appear. Swat them hip and thigh from the very start. Mr. and Mra. Frank Bice and Miss ' this 7th day of May,-1915. Aura Bice of Waldo, visited friends and j Miles H. Mulroy, relatives in Hays, the past week. Hotel commissioner. Miss Eunice Ramsey, who has been! Commissioner Mulroy said "I have abse...

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. — 22 May 1915

Graduating Presents. We have a large selection, of presents suitable for GRADUATION PRESENTS. Memory books for boys and girls; Stunt books, Graduate books. Scrap books, books of verses, poems of all best authors. The above books are in both leather and cloth binding. NEW BOOKS IN FICTION, a large number of Filty Cent Books, Bibles, fine stationery, Traveler's Writing Companions, Music rolls, Mirrors, Picturers, Toilet and Manicure sets, Gold Pens, Fountain Pens, guaranteed satisfaction. We have many things that will interest you. Come in and see. Bookseller Stationer and News Dealer R. S. MARKWELL, Hays, Kansas Notice. To patrons of the McPherson Hail Insurance Co. of McPherson, Kansas, also all others interested in protecting your crops against hail; if our agents fail to call on you, by phoning me at the Free Press office jshone No. 12, I shall be pleased to come out and see you. D. M. Hale, For the Company. HP! I he Store Cox's Racke We have put in a line of . . . Furniture At Pr...

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. — 22 May 1915

THE HAYS PEEE PEESS HESSIAN FLY NOW Heavy Damage to the Growing Wheat Crop Reported from Sumner County. THOUSANDS OF ACRES RUINED Pest Said to Be Especially Bad Around Wellington The Saline Fields Affected, Too. The presence of the Hessian fly in the growing wheat in practically all parts of Sumner county has been es tablished. The pest is especially bad in the immediate vicinity of Welling ton, where thousands of acres have been given up by their owners as not worth harvesting. In the west and southwest portions of the county the damage seems to be less, but even there the yield will be greatly cut down. The prospect for a large crop was exceptionally good up to the time the presence of .the fly was discovered. The Hessian fly is causing much damage to the wheat fields of Salina county, according to farmers. Several fields in the southern part of the coun ty are affected and some are feeing listed in corn. Little damage is re ported from other parts. May wheat took a leap upward of...

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. — 22 May 1915

THE HAYS FUEG PEESS DeaJ Cylinders! A TWTLkk 03! A Too-Tkin Oil! A Noo-Dwll. OH! JUST A SIMPLE QUESTION Saoky Pbxs! Wear! Orboa! A Gritty Oil I Lubricating Troubles and their cure! The Standard Oil Company is mak ing: a motor oil that nas done away . vita all common lubricating troubles. Seven years ago their experts placed this new but tested oil on the market. 1,100 gallons were sold the first year. Then motorists found it out. 1909's demand was for 335.000 gal lons 1910's was for 1.118,400. In 1914 nearly 700Q0 gallons were used in the Middle West alone. Polarine has gained in sales an average of a million gallons yearly simply because its use eliminated the annoyance and delays incident to un suitable lubricating oils. Hundreds of thousands of good cars have been saved from the scrap heap by its use. Use it in your motor. See what it does. Polarine maintains the correct lu bricating body at every motor speed and temperature. It is produced by experts, with the help of perfect fa...

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. — 22 May 1915

1 I i $ - L;y Ml &yr ADRIAN NEWENS. r'T 3 . ONE OF THE AMERICAN GIRLS. MR 3. VAN CLOSTER. TP U X""' ! : yf f if A i&emeniDer anions rase .upsra. Dingers the- 5t Ciiaiifanqea. YOUNG Who are the American Patriots? How would you like to see them? And wouldn't it be fun if they would come to the Chautauqua some day? And it would be better still if they wore the clothes like they use to wear, wouldn't it? Listen! We are going to have them a whole lot of them so many youH not be able to count them all. The best part of it all is that you are going to be one of them. You are going to have a part in the pro gram. AVon't that be fine? . There will be drums, and banners, and flags and the prettiest hats, and coats, and dresses that you can imagine. The Pla; Director will tell you all about it when she comes. Ask her the first thing. Think for Yourself. The book to read is not the ona which thinks for you, but the one that makes you think. No book, in the world equals the Bible for tha...

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. — 29 May 1915

il-T A 'if . VOL. XXXIII. NO. 27 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 29, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR JKT OFHAYS CITY .gw SZ recommends "A.B.A." Cheques Z&j&J -tw anywhere in the United States. Issued by and $100. Walter Witt from near Victoria, pur- chased a fine young mare from Harry Felten, Monday. Mr. Witt came to j this county over thirty years ago, with- i out means. For twelve years he work ed for the Union Pacific Railroad Com pany as a section hand. He saved his money and now he owns a well stocked farm of 400 acres and is counted among the wealthiest citizens of Ellis county. Mr. Peterson of Page, Logan county, Kansas, attended the graduating exer cises at the Normal, this week. His daughter, Hilma, was a member of the graduating class. Mr. Robert A. Yokish was here from Hngo, Colorado, this week. Mr. Yok ish is an employee pf the Union Pacific Railroad Company. Mrs. W. A. Lewis was in Salina, Monday. t&rsA VtSK Issued by this bank in S10. Different Eyes J. 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. — 29 May 1915

THE HAYS FBEE PEES3 MAC &r GEORGE DARK SCUTCHEON L nLLUSTRATIONS &m "WALTERS copY??fr. ? SYNOPSIS. 8 In the New York home of James Brood. iia son, Frederic, receives a wireless from him. Frederic tells Lydia Des mond, his fiancee, that the message an nounces his father's marriage, and orders Mrs. Desmond, the housekeeper and Lydia's mother, to prepare the house for an immediate home-coming. Brood and his bride arrive. She wins Frederic s lik ing at first meeting. Brood shows dislike and veiled hostility to his son. Lydia. and Mrs. -Brood met in the jade-room, where Lydia works as Brood's secretary. Mrs. Brood is startled by the appearance of Kanjab. Brood's Hindu servant. She makes changes In the household and gains her husband's consent to send Mrs. Des mond and Lydia away. She fascinates Frederic. She begins to fear Banjab in his uncanny appearances and- disappear ances, and Frederic, remembering his father's East Indian stories and firm be lief in magic, fears unknown evi...

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. — 29 May 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS FARM-RAISED SHEEP Vl .J' :1 ;.: -i-tii:?!?c, 2r team? HSsn 1 vl - Lambs Being Fed on Kafir The consumption of mutton per cap ita in the United States i3 increasing every year, though the amount used is much less in proportion to other meat than in Europe. There are good rea sons for expecting a continuation of good prices for mutton and lamb, and the demand for wool also may be, ex pected to increase more rapidly than the production. These facts are brought out in a recent letter from a scientist of the department of agricul ture to a southern farmer who in quired regarding the possibilities of the sheep business. The department's specialist called attention to the fact that while farm raised sheep have often not been prof itable, this has usually been because of lack of proper attention and man agement. Variations in price of wool and mutton have stood in the way of such general interest in sheep as would cause them to be regarded as highly as they should be in ...

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. — 29 May 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS A. L. CLARK & SON, Publish kks and Proprietors Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Postoffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription Per Year in Advance $1.00 Established 1SS2 SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1915 Normal Notes and Comments. Garden Calendar. This is the finest kind of weather for weeds. F6r those who do not know how to raise a good crop of weeds, the follow ing directions may be of help: Have plenty of rainfall so that the weeds can grow rapidly and so that you cannot get into the garden to hoe. Do not do your garden planning and planting early. If the garden gets too early a start it over-shadows the weeds and the weeds are dwarfed. Start out in the early spring with great enthusiasm and then let it grad ually fizzle out. This is particularly important. If these directions are followed one can feel quite sure of an excellent crop of weeds. P. S. Do not hoe your garden the preceding year. If you made this mis take last year, pla...

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. — 29 May 1915

Graduating Presents. We have a large selection of presents suitable for GRADUATION PRESENTS. Memory books for boys and girls; Stunt books, Graduate books, Scrap books, books of verses, poems of all best authors. The above books are in both leather and cloth binding. NEW BOOKS IN FICTION, a large number of Fiity Cent Books, Bibles, fine stationery, Traveler's Writing Companions, Music rolls. Mirrors, Picturers, Toilet and Manicure sets, Gold Pens, Fountain Pens, guaranteed satisfaction. We have many things that will interest you. Come in and see. Bookseller Stationer and News Dealer R. S. MARKWELL, Hays, Kansas The Cox's Racket Store We have put in a line of . . . Furniture At Prices that will Surprise You. Windmills, Tanks, Pumps AND LIGHTNING ROD T Will put Pumps and Wind mills; or'furnish Repairs on short notice. I have also re jfo ceived the agency of a Light Q ning Rod Company, and I am fedlfrl prepared to rod your house in the most aproved and scien tific manner. I have the lat...

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. — 29 May 1915

THE HAYS FREE PEESS ITALIAN DEPOT! DECIDE FOR WAR Measure Giving Government Full Pover Passes by Vote of 407 to 74. GERMANS TAKE FORT OF RIGA Dispatch to London Newspaper Also Tells of Baltic Naval Battle Turkish Fort Falls. London, May 21. While latest ad vices from the Italian capital make no reference to an official declaration of war by Italy against Austria, they do announce that the Italian Parlia ment has conferred full power on the government to make all decisions in case of war for the defense of the state. This is taken to mea.i that Italy is about to strike, if she has not already done so. Paris is celebrating the an nouncement of the Italian Parliament's action as if war had been declared, and it is quite possible that is so, for news from Rome has been greatly de layed in reaching the United States. The German and Austrian ambas sadors were still in Rome tonight, but according to dispatches from Berlin, their one care now is to arrange for the safety of their nationals ...

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. — 29 May 1915

THB HAYS FILES PEES3 l war .5 fc-- I - x - ' - " ' -r " i HE survivors from a great tragedy are always looked upon with Inter est, especially when years have passed since the event. This dispo sition of the public will explain a part of the at tention which will be i7r4?xs given to the Grand Army on Memorial day. The men who will ride or march on that day are survivors of a war which co the younger generations has become almost ancient history. They are all old men, though many of them will not admit it. There is this strange thing about the celebration of the day The Civil "war became, before it ended, an anti slavery war, but the men who were prominent in the antislavery move ment will not-ippear in the proces sions. They are gone. One can al most count upon his fingers those who remain. But the men who fought the battles that were brought on by their agitations still live, by hundreds of thousands. The explanation is ea simple one. The antislavery agitators were ma ture men some ...

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. — 29 May 1915

rylbody L A VCI Remember bis famous Band and Grand Opera Singers tbe 5th day of autauqua. Buckeye Conglomerations. Bill and Dode Gosser made a business trip to Plainville, Thursday, and on ac count of the rain returned home Friday. Ben Eaton received word that his wife was better and able to return home. Ben left Saturday evening and returned Sunday evening. Mrs. Eaton is looking well and feels much better. Mrs. Ast and daughter who have been keeping house for Ben Eaton, re turned to their home in Ellis. Barney Leinmiller is able to be up and around again. Clarence Allender is now fillin g his contract for Will Gosser. Wonder where he will go next. Mrs. Albert and family moved to their home in the country, the first of the week. Mr3. Albert and children have been living in Hays, the past win ter, sending the children to school. Bert Payne came home from Kansas City, Friday night, where he had beet for several weeks on account of sick ness. Lulu Gosser is attending the Normal Institu...

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