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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 5 June 1915

slate Historical " 'SociBtj - I 1 i 11 VOL. XXXUI. NO. 28 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, JUNE 5. 1915 . SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR HAYS lb REE 1 5 d lw I Travel in Panama and everywhere on American territory, is simplified by "A.B.A." Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would often be refused, for want of proper identification. These cheques are self -identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for business or pleasure. Citizens StatefBank Sweet potato plants at Matthews'. Children's hats, one dollar, at Vir-monds'. Rural Carrier Examination. The United States Civil Service Com mission has announced an examination for the County of Ellis, Kans., to be held at Hays on June 26, 1915 to fill the position of rural carrier at Hays and vacancies that may later occur on rural routes from other post offices in the above mentioned county. The examination will be open only to male citizens who are actual...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRES3 MAC GEORGE DARK SCUTCHEON LLU5TRATIQN5 SYNOPSIS. In the New York home of James Brood, tils 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 in immediate home-coming'. Brood and his bride arrive. Sne 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 Lydla works as Brood's secretary. Mrs. Urood Is startled by the appearance of lianjab. Brood's Hindu servant. She makes changes in the household and gains tier 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. Ran jab performs feats of magic for...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS Might Mark the Spot. They were two days out, and the The Peace Zone. "You and Your wife are always Jaw 8 The General Says: young bride was dreadfully seasick. ing when you are out." H Henry, dear," she moaned, "if I "Yep." "But you become very loving when Ya Ton eajj bey taa Biost dvr&blo TooCcp ta f tbe wortO 4 lBSiH OB the woriduptiotUUitnuoBatue it yoa I lBSikl OB 'A should die and they bury me here, youH come sometimes and plant flow ers on my grave, won't you?" Boston Transcript. you draw near home. I suppose that is for the benefit of us neighbors." Yep. No scrapping allowed within a three block limit. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of Roofing s&JJ M'A ft J Most of the things that are to be CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for had for the asking benefit the giver Tonr local nardwaj er lanxber dealer eu tnilT Ton wiLh CarttiB-teed Eonflsi. Infants and children, and see that it far more than the receiver. GansSM4 6. 13 or 1 y-r Kx...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS A. L. CLARK & SON. PCBLISHEBS AND PROPRIETORS Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Postoffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Tkkms of Subscription Per Year in Advance - $1.00 Established 1882 SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915 Hsnfcd Hotcs and Comments. Garden Calendar. The first 'potatoes "large enough to eat were reported on May 30th. They were grown from "nubbins" which had sprouted in a cellar over-winter and had long sprouts on them when planted Frank Biasing is the grower. After the wettest spring Hays has had in years, ' the gardens are pretty weedy and the real gardeners are plain ly discernable. The fizzlers are lost in weeds. A few warm days have made it pos sible !to get into the gardens again. It takes rapid hoeing to get the garden hoed before the ground is baked. Keep at it. Be a sticker. Boys and Girls' Club Notes. PIG RAISING CONTEST. Who May Enter: Any boy or girl from 10 to 18 years of age in classes A and B as shown in gen eral regulatio...

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 June 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 I he Co x Racket Store We have put in a line of . . . At urmture Prices that will Surprise You. C. Schwaller's Sons DEALERS IN Lumber, Shingles, Lime, BARBED WIRE Cement, Coal, Etc., Etc. HAYS, - - - - KANSAS i Wheat Crop Seriously Damaged. . Manhattan, Kan., May 24. That the loss to this year's Kansas wheat crop will be even greater than that of 1908, is the belief of George ...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FKF.r, PEES3 A CHAir ABOUT PRZEMYSL The Teuton Forces Claim Gains Both North and South of the Polish Fortress. BRITISH LOSE A BATTLE SHIP Majestic Sunk by Torpedo in Darda nelles Mine Laying Steamer Blown to Pieces. London, May 28. Amidst the activ ities on land and sea and in the air from the Dardanelles to the waters around the British Isles, middle Ga licia remains the scene of the greatest and most important fighting. There the Austrians and Germans continue to batter at the Russian lines to the northeast and southeast of Przemysl, and, according to reports which have not been confirmed by official state ments, they have severed communica tions between the former Austrian fortress and Lemberg. If these reports are true, Przemysl which less than three months ago was taken by the Russians after a long siege, is again surrounded. It would appear, however, that while the Teu tonic allies are pressing very hard on the fortress they have not yet forged the circle, the complet...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FREE PEESS western mm An All-Season Street Suit PREPARING BABY BEEF FOR MARKETING USE OF CHICK DETERMINES THE FEED SEEOIIIG FISHED :x - . 1 1 V " J0tF5Zzt , A ? '.'' v ' A Admirers of the shepherd's check in cloths for tailored suits and these are many were given a very great variety In models this spring to choose from. Those suits for which small checks were chosen, cut on simple, but carefully thought out lines, proved to be the most successful. A great many of them were made with short walsted box coats. A less number had short jackets, and some of the smart est were designs in which semifitting coats figured. Skirts were nearly al ways plain, moderately wide and eomewhat flaring. The advance of the season proved that the suits of shep herd's check received a merited ap preciation. The pretty spring suit be comes the crisp midsummer suit by a variation of the shoes and hats worn with it, and is a paying Investment for street wear. One of them is illustrated here. The pe...

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 June 1915

- -i. ' WIS 4 r ss 7 4.:--.: V,TJi SEN. T. P. GORE. THIS IS A PICTURE OF THE SENATOR WHO SAID: "I hope the time will come when it will be deemed to be no dif ferent for one hundred thousand men to murder one hundred thou sand people, than for one Cain to murder one AbeL" HON. THOMAS P. GORE HE COMES TO OUR CHAUTAUQUA HAYS BEGINS JUNE 18. ' THE CHURCHES. "Tie He w ii j llnji Always ready to go to the field and plow with any FARM TRACTOR BUILT. BULL TRACTOR AGENT, HAYS. Buy Alfalfa Crops. The Experiment Station will enter tain bids on alfalfa crop for the season of 1915, in blocks of 10 to 20 acres. Send proposals, or telephone, to the Superintendent. Council Meeting. At the regular meeting of the City Council Thursday night the contract was let to John Gross for building a pump house at the new city well for $247, he being the lowest bidder. Bills to the amount of several thous and dollars were allowed. The city clerk was ordered to move j his books and papers and maintain his office...

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 June 1915

iUte Historical Society i 1 11 U 1 VOL. XXXUI. NO. 29 HAYS, FT ITS COUNTY, KANSAS, 12 JUNE . 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $150 PER YEAR Travel in Panama and everywhere on American territory, is simplified by "A.B.A." Cheques. They are much safer to carry than cash; and they are accepted like currency by strangers, where a check or draft would often be refused, for want of proper identification. These cheques are self-identifying. We recommend them to all who travel, for business or pleasure. Citizens State Bank See Mark well for Hammocks. Miss Margaret Kircher, of Ellsworth, is visiting her brother, Rev. C. E. Kircher, and family on Juniata Street Remember the 11:00 o'elock church service, Sunday a. m., June 20th, in the Chautauqua tent. Dr. Hagerman speaks. Good music. Frank Havemann and wife returned Friday from their trip to the Pacific coast and the Panama Fair. They have been absent about six weeks and Mr. Havemann says that in all their journeying he did not see any country that could be...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FEEE PSES3 IM O I 4iT GEORGE DARK SCUTCHEON LUSTRATIONS SYNOPSIS. 10 n 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'a 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 Ranjab, 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. Ran jab performs feats of magi...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FEES -3 5 J LJ iter pi OUSE FLIES carry disease from one human being to another. This has been proved scientifically. And now it remains to prevent these insects, or to reduce their numbers in the com munity, that the diseases they convey may be reduced also, or even abolished. One method of dealing with disease bearing Insects is to trap and kill as many as we can. For this reason "kill that fly or "Bwat that fly crusades have been instituted in many places. But it has been found by experiment that we cannot hope to kill sufficient flea to reduce seriously their total numbers. This Is because flies breed at a very great rate when the weather is warm, and the total numbers which we can kill is so small, when compared to the total numbers born, -that the re sult of the "swatting" campaigns has been disap pointing. All our efforts should be directed at preventing house flies from breeding for prevention is bet ter than cure. The best way to do this is to ob serve strict clean...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS A. L. CLARK & SON, Publishers and Proprietors Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Po3toffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. TKRMS OF SCBSKIPriON Per Year in Advance $1.50 Established 1882 SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1915 Normal Notes and Comments. Garden Calendar. Everything .should now be in its per manent place in the garden; peppers, okra, tomatoes, cantaloupe, etc. Put in some sweet corn and second or third plantings of peas, beans, radishes, lettuce, spinach, etc. Keep the soil loose around the plants. The roots have to breathe just like any other part of the plant. In mowing the lawn it is better to cut the grass often and let the cuttings remain on the lawn. It won't show much and it puts back into the soil what has been taken out and more too. Have you parsley for garnish? Don't be discouraged if parsley and parsnips are slow in coming. The seeds are often weeks in germinating. Plant turnips at any time from now on through August., Keep the pot...

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. — 12 June 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 Fifty Cent Books, Bibles, fine stationery, Traveler's Writing Companions, Music rolls, Mirror3, 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. MARK WELL, Hays, Kansas U. P.' Time Table. Effective May 30, 1915. EAST BOUND. No. 102. Departs 12:51a.m. No. 104. " 6:05 a. m. No. 120. " 10:13 p. m. No. 156. " 7:55 a.m. No. 154. " 9:10 a. m: WEST BOUND. No. 119. Departs 2:10 a. m. No. 101. " 6:24 a. m. No. 103. " 8:28 p. m. No. 157. 6:00 p.m. Hie Store ox s Racket We have put in a line of . . . Furniture At Prices that will Surprise You. Windmil...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FESE PHES3 pwir. FMES urn iBiniiimf. U iiiHtK-muumi, REPLY IS EVASIVE Answer to President Wilson's Message Received in Wash ington From Gerard. fiEW ISSUE IS OPENED Berlin Government Regrets Attacks on Neutral Vessels Holds Liner Lusitanla Was Cruiser Asks U. 8. to Investigate. Washington, May 31. The German reply to the American note Bent after the sinking of the Lusitanla was re ceived In Washington last night from Ambassador Gerard at Berlin and made public here: The following is the text of the German note: "The undersigned has the honor to submit to Ambassador Gerard the fol lowing answer to the communication of May 15, regarding the injury to American Interests through German submarine warfare. "The Imperial government has sub jected the communication of the Amer ican government to a thorough inves tigation. It entertains also a keen wish to co-operate In a frank and friendly way in clearing up a possible misunderstanding which may have arisen in the relations between...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FREE PSSS3 FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Agricultural College to Conduct a Number of Contests This Year. OFFER $400 IN GASH PRIZES The Boys Will Compete in Corn and Kafir Growing and Girls in Home Economics. Through the generosity of the Kaa sas Bankers' association the boys and girls of Kansas will have an oppor tunity to compete for $400 in cash prizes which will be offered at the statewide institute at the college next winter. The boys and girls who are In the club contests conducted by the Kansas State Agricultural College will be eligible for these prizes. Last year the bankers' association offered $125 in prizes. The prizes will be offered In a num ber of different contests. In the corn contest, the state will be divided into three districts and competitions with white and yellow varieties conducted in each. There will be three prizes, the cash value of which will be $10, 57.50 and $5 respectively. Kafir contests, in which the state is fiivided into two sections, will be held. E...

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 June 1915

.WAHH!WnWTTtttlMWIHIIlllfIUf Tha Safest BrecL-Loilna: ns . VMta cunt. V7?m?ffi(MCTiiiii!HirTTiittiinttfiiiinriiiiiifiiiii!i(iiMiii. " For snipe, quail, partridge, woodcock. squirrels, rabbits, etc., it has the penetration and power of the 12-gauge without the weight. It's a light, quick gun of beautiful proportions, superb ly balanced, with every up-to-date feature: Hammerleu; Solid Steel Breed, inside as well as out; Solid Top; Side Ejection; Matted Barrel; 6 Quick Shots (5 in 20-ea.); rress-Botton Cartridge Release; Automatic Hans-Fire SafetT Device; Doable Extractors; Take-Oown; Trigger and Hammer Safety. It's just the gun you want 1 -27Ztat 12-gauge fcammerless repeater, $22.60 If you find 12 gauge guns and loads too heavy and a bit slow in an all-day uuiit, just gee tnis splendid new; narit Hammer I ess Repeater 1 G- or 20-Gauge $24.00 Send 3C post age for complete catalog of all Marlin repeating rifles and shotguns. 77i? TTZczrJjz Zreezrns Co., 2 Willow St, New Haven, Conn. W....

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 June 1915

FREE I "i HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 19, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR vol. xxxni. NO. 30 wi iiMiijiit i i y iipict mm pirn i. u v;r-JVJ'uTJTry 'A.B.A HSE-Cheque are t?s ideal funds for travel to the Exposition or any where else in the United States. Accepted in payment of hotel and other travel expenses. The safest ana bandieet way in which to carry your funds. Self identifying. We issue them in $10, $20, $50 and $100. Arts J W NlglCT:J " t-A Exposition Citizens State Bank, Hays City, - Kansas Sand For Sale Get your Sand at FRANK KINGS In any quantity you want. P. V. GOTTSCHALK Successor to J. F. Jordan Dealer in Furniture and House Furnishings. . . Phone 249. Residence 284. One door north of Citizens Bank For Sale. MsFes, Horses and Mules r Jim Magrane has bought sixty head of the best high grade Mares that were ever brought to Ellis county. Many with colts at side. One car should arrive .to-day, the others about June 10. I extend a cordial invitation to each and every on...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FEES BLACK GEORGE DARK SCUTCHEON 0LLU5TRATIQN5 &r AYD COV0AffY SYNOPSIS. 11 In the New York home of James Brood, him son, Frederic, tella Lydia Desmond. Ills fianeee, of a message announcing his father's marriage. Brood and his bride arrive. She wins Frederic's liking at first meeting. Brood shows dislike and veiled hostility to his son. Lydia and Mrs. Brood mt In the jade-room, where Lydia works aa Brood's secretary. Mrs. Brood .makes changes in the household and gains her husband's consent to send Mrs. Desmond and Lydia away. She fascinates Frederic. She begins to fear Ranjab, Brood's Hin du servant, in his Uncanny appearances aad disappearances, and Frederic, re membering his father's East Indian sto ries and firm belief in magic, fears un known evil. Brood tells the story of Ran Jab'a life to his guests. "He killed a wom an," who was unfaithful to him. Yvonne plays with Brood. Frederic and Lydia as with figures on a chess board. Brood, madiy jealous, tells Lydia tha...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FHHS Yi ' JL.ITTL.E less than a year ago tne United States government sent to Alaska a commission to direct the survey for a government railroad reaching inland and generally north from Resurrection bay to Fairbanks, a distance of some thing over 490 miles. One of the men chosen for this momentous task was Thomas RIggs, Jr., of the United States coast and ge odetic survey. Mr. Riggs was selected because of his familiarity with the region and on account of the part he took in running the Alaskan-Canadian boundary line, finished but two years ago. Associated with Mr. Riggs in the railroad sur vey were Lieut. Frederick Mears of the United States army and William C. Edes. As a result of the work done last summer and data previous ly gathered in the same territory by other ex peditions of the coast and geodetic survey, the route now to be followed is to run in part along the Susitna and the Cantwell rivers and through the foothills of towering Mount McKihley. The experts predict...

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 June 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS A. L. CLARK & SON, Publishers and Proprietors Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Postoffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription Per Year in Advance $1.50 Established 1882 SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1915 Hernial Ifotes and Comments. Garden Calendar. There are yet three or four weeds in town. Three of them are on our place and the other, if there is another, is on sometne else's. Cut it out. It may be a little off the subject, but . month's time he would break down and have you noticed how scarce the house take a complete compulsory rest. be in insane asylums in three hundred years. Why all this increase? Insanity comes from worn out and diseased ner vous systems. We are living in haste. Our nervous systems are too constantly utider a strain. What is the remedy? Not exercise. Exercise never has and never will rest the nervous system; but play, which, usually includes more or less exercise, is a nerve tonic. Dr. Curtis, who is the great...

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