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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 10 July 1915

JAYS PRISE y7 h 1 iri VOL. XXXUI. NO. 33 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 10, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR THE CITIZENS STATE BANK OFJIAYSCITY recommends "A.B.A." Cheques for travel anywhere in the United States. They are far safer tD .csjrry than actual money, which generally cannot be recovered if stolen or lost. They are more convenient than psrsoaal checks, because known throughout the coun try to be absolutely gocd and because tke holder's counter-signature at once identifies him. One can pay hotef biiis with them; buy rail road and ether tickets; and make purchases at the best shoos. .A' Air.erican Bankers Association Cheques Issued by and 100. this bank in 10, 20, 650 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. Mares, Horses and Mules Jim Magrane has bought sixty head of the best high grade M...

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. — 10 July 1915

r THE HAYS FEES PEESS r - - , - . - - It's a Picnic Getting Ready for a Picnic Iyou choose Spanish OSves Hckles Sweet ReSsh Ham Loaf Veal Loaf CLkkea Loaf Fruit Preserves JeEes Apple Buttcz HOST PROFITABLE BREEDS OF HORSES Types of Novel Shapes in Parasols Luncheon Meats - Pork and Beans Clydesdale Yearling Champion. If you want heavy drafts and they ere big sellers these days stick to a draft breed and never mix the breeds if possible to avoid it. If you want just harness-horses, breed the trotters. If you want sad dle horses or park hacks, breed for them. If you want speed under the saddle, breed thoroughbreds. The various breeds have been high ly developed, their best profits accent uated and fostered by scientific breed ers, both in America and abroad. What is more reasonable to suppose than that these men who have given years of labor and who have spent much money in developing the var ious breeds, should have arrived at COTTONSEED MEAL GOOD FOR HORSES Satisfactory Results Secu...

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. — 10 July 1915

THE KAYS FUSE PSESS 'WWW 3 V , ft C o El I A II 1 U I t II 13 is v n 4 ROBABLY no American city has quite the marked individuality that Boston boasts of. Twentieth century prog ress and improvement has done but little to obliterate its picturesque . as pects, for which antiquarians are duly thankful. One of them, Edward M. Bacon, has written a book about it. He calls it "Rambles Around Old Bos ton." The publishers are Little, Brown & Co. We were three a visiting Englishmen, the Artist, and Antiquary, says Mr. Bacon. The Artist and Antiquary were the gossiping guides; the Englishment the guided. The Englishman would "do" Old Boston exclusively. He had "flone" the blend of the Old and New, and now would hark back to the Old and review it in leisurely strolls among its landmarks. He had asked the Artist and Antiquary to pilot him companionably, and they would meet his wishes, and gladly, for the personal conducting of a stranger so saturated with Old Boston lore as he appeared to b...

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. — 10 July 1915

Don't buy a Tractor until you have seen the Hart Parr Company's "LITTLE DEVIL" J. H. WARi, Ag' t, Hays, Ks. For Hail Insurance see J. H. Ward, Ag't. "Hi lew ig Ml Always ready to go to the field and plow with any FARM TRACTOR BUILT. John O'Loughlin BULL TRACTOR AGENT, HAYS. . - . ... vjw-? ------ i j jfC? 'g&;f;M fe What: perfected the binder, the sulky plow, the grain drill, and numerous other farm tools? We all know that large numbers of them placed in. the hands of farmers in all parts of the country guided them to the perfection point. A factory can test out a machine to the best of their ability and get it to a point where it appears perfect, but after a large number of those machines are built ana placed in the hands of in experienced operators in all parts of the country, a great many beneficial changes will be suggested. How many small gas farm tractor-manufacturers have several thousand tractors in the field in the hands of actual owners? JUST ONE, THE BULL. How many sm...

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. — 10 July 1915

HAMMOCKS A NEAT display of hammocks on sale at my store. Summer is now here and a hammock is an ideal pleasure after the days work. THE PRICES ON THESE HAMMOCKS ARE RIGHT. One of the splendid features of these hammocks is the quality and workmanship. Popular colors. Call and see them. Bookseller Stationer and News Dealer R.' S. MARK WELL, Hie Cox's Kacket Store ? We have put in a line of . . . Furniture At Prices that will Surprise You. C. Schwaller'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 call if in need of anything in my line. Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOLF BINDER HAYS, .... KANSAS to I :' FOR tC - i S FUTURE - l" - - il La cm HiTTtn 767 HOW TO CARVE. In cutting a leg of mutton, begin across the middle, cutting the slices way down to the bone, as shown by the letters A and B. Some pre fer to cut it at the end, from G to F in the form of a semi-circle E...

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. — 10 July 1915

Tim HAYS FEUS PEHS3 CHURCH FEEDS 700 Uniq ue Celebration Marks Last Services in Old Edifice at Salina. HUNGRY HARVESTERS HAPPY Methodists Give Men Warm Break fast $40,000 Structure to Take Place of Old Church. More than 700 harvest hands were given a warm breakfast the other morning at the First Methodist church in Salina. The meal consisted of hot coffee, sandwiches, sausages, dough nuts and friut. A heavy rain fell as the meal start ed, but no one paid any attention to it. A man's class, taught by Superin tendent W. S. Heusner of the city schools, originated the idea of feed ing the men. Mr. Heusner and Dr. Alexander G. Bennett, the pastor, and Superintendent John Bell of the Sun day school were in active charge. The occasion marked the last day's services to be held in the old Metho dist church building in that city. The next day workmen began razing the structure to make room for a new $40, 00 edifice. As the 700 hungry men marched through the old building the pipe organ played ...

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. — 10 July 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS k o w u GEORGE DARK McCUTOIE0N nLLUSTRAH0N5 &r RAY "WALTERS CHAPTER XX Continued. 14 "No, I do not forget. Jame3. There was but one way in which I could hope to steal him away t from you, and I went about it deliberately, with my eyes open. I came here to induce him to run away with me. I would have taken him back to his mother's home, to her grave, and there I would have told him what you did to her. If after hearing my story he elected to return to the man who had destroyed his mother, I should have stepped aside and offered no protest. But I would have taken him away from you in the manner that would have hurt you the worst. My sister was true to you. I would have been just as true, and after you had suffered the torments of hell, it was my plan to reveal everything to you. But you would have had your punishment by that time. When you were at the very end of your strength, when you tremble " on the edge of ob livion, then I would have hunted you out and - ...

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. — 10 July 1915

J i , ri I Special Prices For HARVEST Fancy Canned Goods 12 Cans Corn $1.00 12 Cans Corn 1.20 12 Cans Early June Peas.. 1.15 12 Cans Sweet Peas 1.35 12 Cans String Beans " 1.20 12 Cans Kidney Beans 1.20 12 Cans No. 3 Pork and Beans...... 1.20 12 Cans Pork and Beans. . . .95 12 Cans Sour Kraut 1.20 12 Cans Sour Kruat 1.00 12 Cans Tomatoes 1.20 12 Cans extra fancy Toma toes 1.75 12 Cans Tomatoes 1.10 12 Cans Hominy 1.10 12 Cans Peaches 1.75 12 Cans Grapes... 2.10 12 Cans Apricots .... 2.10 12 Cans Plums 1.80 12 Cans Sweet Potatoes... 1.80 Don't put off buying your harvest supplies but buy them now. These goods are all of the best quality. E. C. PURMA YOCEMENTO, The Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges held a joint installation Tuesday night, after which refreshments wrere served. Wanted Boarders. At second house from corner on south side of Normal Avenue, opposite M. E. church. Hang a Hammock In Some Inviting Spot Health and hammocks are synony mous, for nothing enables one to get so much q...

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. — 17 July 1915

Ute Historical Scciel? OTF5) DO 11 11 r VOL. XXXIII. NO. 34 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 17, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR in Are you running the risk of loosing them by keeping them around the premises? If so, you had better rent a safe-deposit box at once. They cost you from $1 to $3 a year, according to the size. CITIZENS STATE BANK HAYS, KANSAS THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR 'he Farmers State Bank OF WALKER, KANSAS. Union Fleeting. The Union Young People's Meeting will be' held Snnday night at the Meth odist church. Dr. Frederick Thompson will preach. Good music. Begins promptly at 7 o'clock p.' m. You are invited. Piano and Player Piano for Sale. I have in the vicinity of Hays, a splendid piano and player piano, hieh grade factory sample, fully guaranteed, that I will sell at a sacrifice bargain rather than pay storage or return charges. Do you wish to take advan tage of this opportunity? Kindly ad dress C. E. Matchett, WaKeeney, Kans., factory representative, at once. Farme...

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. — 17 July 1915

THE HAYS FEEE PSESS MCI GEORGE DARK McCUTCHEON LLU5TRATI0N5 &r CHAPTER XXJII Continued. 15 "And I'm not so sure of that," said ehe, sagely. "It isn't the way with men. It may not have been love that he felt for the physical Yvonne, but it wasn't Matilde that he held in his arms. You can't get around that, nor can he. Matilde's soul and Yvonne's body are quite two different " "Gad, you are analyzing things 1" he exclaimed in amazement. "But all this is neither here nor there." she said, flushing. "The point is this: we are going away tomorrow, for heaven . knows how long you and I, ray mother and your father. We are going to Vienna and in St. Ste phen's cathedral where your father and mother were married with poor little Therese as one of the witnesses in St. Stephen's we are to be married. She will not be there. She is not asked to come with us. She is barred out. Isn't it the refinement of cruelty?" "Cruelty, Lydia? I'd hardly call It that. It's the order of destiny, or somethi...

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. — 17 July 1915

THE HAYS FEES PSES3 TT1 "ERE is a witchery about X A I 1 1 YLrXOZL pS5. IfT jj the Bmell of new-mown hay A I - j AMERlCAtt y.SSSS.-.r4 w' I that appeals to humankind vC L, OAJlON ;- ; H of high as well as low, degree. J" " ' " " J . L zhb There seems to be a tendency to ? revert to the primitive and bu- FT jr tz't&Tr&AK coUc In most or us however lrSs-Sr TL" I V If " ' ' ' "&S. JL firzk) effete and blase our tastes mav Ar r .vf3v '4, Wi-v hJJj have become, and the fragrance 1' Xx , .S& , V" of the fields gratifies the olfac- if SSS? - tory nerves of prince and pauper, S$?liV' I nm.n, jVr -- ' " "A rvf thA nnillprv maid and the Dam- :,.. r $ I -'ft, - . ww-wMepMez - 1 HE31E is a witchery about the smell of new-mown hay that appeals to humankind of high as well as low degree. There seems to be a tendency to revert to the primitive and bu colic In most of us, nowever effete and blase our tastes may have become, and the fragrance of the fields gratifies the olfac tory ne...

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. — 17 July 1915

-(- J' V . - 1 -w Don't buy a Tractor until you have seen the Hart Parr Company's "LITTLE DEVIL" J. H. WARD, Ag't, Hays, Ks. For Hail Insurance see J. H. Ward, Ag't. THE HAYS FREE PRESS j . What it Means. A. L. CLARK & SON, he cross county macadam road from Publishers and Proprietors j Phillipsburg, in Philips county, to Lar- ! ned, Pawnee county, . would put all the Issued.every Saturday, and entered j counties it traversed in close touch with at tiie rostomce at nays, Kansas, as two great trunk line roads, the Rock Island at Phillipsburg and the Santa Fe at Lamed. It would help build up the : Fort Hays Normal; men with their ! families would come here to live and ' ! school their children; more stores and i other lines of business would be estab- i lished, additions would-be made to the town and Hays would soon be a flourish ing city with five or six thousand people. second class matter. Terms of Subscription Per Year in Advance $1.50 Established ISS2 SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1915 N...

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. — 17 July 1915

HAMMOCKS A NEAT display of hammocks on sale at my store. t Summer is now here and a hammock is an ideal pleasure after the days work. THE PRICES ON THESE HAMMOCKS ARE RIGHT. One of the splendid features of these hammocks is the quality and workmanship. Popular colors. Call and see them. , Bookseller Stationer and News Dealer R. S. MARK WELL, Hays, Kansas Ihe ox s We have a line of urniture At Prices that will Surprise You. C. Schwaller's Sons DEALERS IN Lumber, Shingles, Lime, BARBED WIRE Cement, Coal, Etc., Etc. HAYS, Windmills, Tanks, Pumps AND LIGHTNING ROD in a reliable Company. Give me a my line. Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOLF HAYS, FUTURE. HOW TO CARVE. In cutting a leg of mutton begin across the middle, cutting the slices way down to the bone, as shown by the letters A and B. Some pre fer to cut it at the ed, from G to F in the form of a semi-circle E. E. E. This part contains mare fat. Which ever way you decice to try it, you'll be amply satisfied if you decide to buy it FRAN...

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. — 17 July 1915

TKS HAYS FREE PBESS M MILLER QUITS Head of State Agricultural Col- lege Extension Division Goes to Arkansas. MADE A REMARKABLE RECORD Farmers' Institutes in State Have In creased 3,000 Per Cent Under Mr. Miller's Direction. After ten years of successful serv ice in the Kansas State Agricultural college, J. H. Miller, dean of the ex tension division, has received a call to become dean of extension service in the University of Arkansas at prob ably the largest salary paid to any extension director in the country, and has resigned his work here. Dean Miller's new work will include what is done by both the university and the agricultural college, as in Ar kansas they are together. A larger amount of money is available for demonstrations in the state from the United States government. This fed eral fund has been duplicated by the state. There are 53 county agents, including 20 women, in Arkansas. Over all this work Mr. Miller will have supervision. Dean Miller came to the college in Octo...

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. — 17 July 1915

THE HAYS FREE PBE5S Now Comes the Bride FOUNDATION UPON WHICH HERD IS BUILT ALCOHOL-PER CENT. AVegctablePrcpaa'ioaijrAs si niila tin&th c food 9 ncTReguLa fing the Stomach and Boveis of Children Cry F p $Mf& U VIFU l)r i NjlTet Cra.t$n& ISTlag Drachm 7J 2 i! v k ,. , - I i-f Vo i c - U ' v J j :i tff . ij ; ' Ip-c r ' ; ... 'N :i l4-' t$4 wvA A.- i i i I " IV3 Wt l l '1 n 1 ?? $ Jr&z n ? ... jjj if A iASJ If' . No one can tell when the bride of today will introduce the mode of to day in some detail of her wedding gown, be it ever so conventional in style. For since her choice of fabrics may He anywhere from tulle to bro cade, falling upon the lightest or the heaviest or any of the gradations be tween, she has as wide a choice in design. This follows because she must adapt style to the fabric, and there fore we have wedding gowns and wedding gowns, no two alike and all interesting. But brides are apparently of one mind as to the treatment of the bodice. Nearly all of ...

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. — 17 July 1915

To Both Expositions and Return 77ie Direct Route Interesting all the way. There isn't a monotonous hour. People of the fiat countries who have never been West have yet to see America's most wonderful scenery. Colorado alone justifies this statement. And that 13 only the beginning. See Echo Canyon, Weber Can yon, Ogden Canyon, Lucin Cut Off over the Great Salt Lake (going to sea by rail), Truckee River Can yon, Sierra Nevada Mountains, Emigrant Gap, Amer ican River Canyon and the thirty mile trip skirting the gorgeous San Francisco Bay. This is not only the Scenic Route but is The Cool, Comfortable, Northern Eoute to Both Expositions Double track, automatic electric block safety' signals, ex cellent daily train service and dining cars on all California trains, overcoming the annoying incon venience cf leaving trains for meals. Stopovers permitted visit Denver, Colorado Springs, Ogden, Salt Lake City, without one cent of additional railroad fare, and for slight additional expense, you...

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. — 24 July 1915

ntt Historical Sccistr- TLTfTn? i i r VOL. XXXIII. NO. 35 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 24, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $150 PER YEAR a ess Paier? ' Are you running the risk of loosing them by keeping them around the premises? If so, you had better rent a safe-deposit box at once. They cost you from $1 to $3 a year, according to the size. CITIZENS STATE BANK HAYS, KANSAS Pete Rhodes new residence is nearing completion. "Nine Keys to Bald-Knob," Tues day, July 27, Normal. at Kirg- THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR me rarmers state mm OF WALKER, KANSAS. Favorite Star. Prom ancient days Regulus h been one of the favorite s tun mariners and so-called astrolc.re The ancient names designated it the king of stars. In its appare passage through the path of ths zo.I the sxm Is almost between us v Regulus, and once a month the mo Is near it and at times comes dire ly between it and our earthly visit -or "occults" it. For this alone Resul ought to be one of the fascinati stars at this time of the year. Act ...

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. — 24 July 1915

THE HAYS FUEE PRESS ffhrllvrVflTS fill rfY, fl J.C. JE55EN .56 tiff Correspondent of he Motion Picture ITU one of every ten persons in the United States now daily at tending motion picture theaters, this form of entertainment can truly be termed the universal amusement.1 The films consti tute the programs of more than twenty thousand theaters , m this country attended by 11,000, 000 people daily, and this great army of pleasure-seekers does not represent any one, but every class of Ameri can citizens old and young, rich and poor, the highbrows and the untutored. The gigantic amusement purveying organiza tions require the investment of more than a bil lion dollars in studios and factories in this coun try alone, and fully one-third of that amount is expended annually for the making of films. More than 65 per cent of the motion pictures of the world are produced in United States, and of these 80 per cent are made in and about Los Angeles, now known as the photoplay stage of the world....

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. — 24 July 1915

THE HAYS FEES PEES3 tyjafaEA. SNOWBALL ADOPTS MIDNIGHT "Well, said Snowball, as he looked out of doors, "this Is certainly pretty bad -weather. I think I had better put on my sweater if I am going into the city with master this morning." And Snowball was right; it was bad weather, for, neither snowing nor rain ing, it was a little" of both, and every thing was covered with a glare of slippery, treacherous Ice, and it was unusually cold. Kit and Puff looked with amazement when Snowball came out with the red collar of his sweater drawn as far as it would go up around his neck, completely covering his col lar and partly covering his face. "You are not going to town a morn ins like this?" they asked as Snowball started toward where the team was standing. "Oh, yes," said Snowball, "I'm -no fireside cat like you and some of the other' tabbies around here. When I have( work to do I don't let a little Ice and a little cold weather drive me under the stove," and, flirt ing his tail saucily, ...

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. — 24 July 1915

THE HAYS FREE A. L Publish EK3 and Proprietors A Tribute to Kansas. God made the world and rested. And Don't buy a Tractor until you have seen the Hart Parr Company's "LITTLE DEVIL" J. H. WARD, Ag't, Hays, Ks. For Hail Insurance see J. H. Ward, Ag't. PRESS "he Board of Administration at one ; bAftiva. ' - 3 . :.-4 tV,n i r3Mnn wt j science auu agriCUlLUie m naaiai. piu- - . " - " - J i fpssnrs Piirri Wn.-.etpr. and Sneer, but ! he made the state of Kansas. He took and entered after accepting the position he wrote the love and laughter of the skies, the President Lewis that he did not feel ! sun and dew, the breatn ot mynad now- ; qualified to hold down the' position. j ers, the light of rosy dawns and golden i 'This week President Lewis and the ' sunset splendors, and fashioned" here ; : Board are considering Rex W. Cox for I the pride and glory of the new-born $1.50 this position. Mr. Cox is strongly climes. Then round this Eden of the ; recommended by the dean of agricul- ': world...

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