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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 24 July 1915

HAMMOCKS A NEAT display of hammocks on sale at my store. Summer is now liere 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. MARKWELL, Hays, Kansas COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS. F P Brown, grading co road 144 00 M Lang, damage claim The following bills viz: were would exceed 130 per cent of the cost of constructing said bridges of steel and concrete, the Board decided to construct 400 00 ' the sai(j bridges of the latteral material rejected, I as per plans and specifications on file. The specifications and plans (with $421 53 The Cox's Racket Store We have put in a line of . . . fl N At Jl1 urniture Prices that will Surprise You. G. Sehwaller's Sons DEALERS IN Lumber, Shingles, Lime, BARBED WIRE Cement, Coal, Etc., HAYS, .... Etc. KANSAS Windmills, Tanks, Pumps AND LIGHTNING ROD " T W...

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. — 24 July 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS LIVED OH THE STAT New Board of Control Says Old Soldiers' Relatives Must Leave Fort Dodge. PREPARING TO ENFORCE LAW Nearly 100 Veterans Are Now Wait ing for Admission to Home Provided by State. Dodge City, Kan. Because- there are a number of families at the State Soldiers' Home at Fort Dodge, which are there without pfficial sanction, the new board of control is preparing to enforce the law and compel them to move out. These families have taken up their residence in the home during the last few years when the rule of the state institution was not strictly enforced. Before h,e retired from office A. F. Hattan, Democratic commandant, was asked to prepare a list of the families now occupying state property without authority. The board has asked these people to leave Fort Dodge and the quarters . they have been occupying will be given to old soldiers. Fort Dodge is five miles from Dodge City and there are no restaurants or hotels there except the commissary de partme...

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. — 24 July 1915

THE HAYS FEES PEESS USE KINDNESS IN DEALING WITH MULES Suit for Town or Countryside WHICH IS BEST BREED OF CHICKENS? CARING FOR MARE AND FOAL' - - - - Vs. l ) nv 5 fFATwJ $ -Hi-' V v4 i I Fx) kSu j ft Vh;1 .- .-"fy,- -s i . - --- - - -CC- "iv-- -.! (By W. F. PURDUE.) It Is a common error that all mules are vicious. To "kick like a mule" is a proverbial and misleading saying. Mules are not worse than horses in this respect. While it should be de nied that mules are naturally vicious, it is undoubtedly true that some are made so by ill-treatment and abuse. The same is true of horses. In gen eral, the mule is quiet and patient in temperament, and, when properly in structed during its youth, is just as steady and reliable as a horse. It is much easier to take a mule colt in hand at an early age and train it prop erly than it is to take an older animal that has been misused and overcome any habits or tricks arising from years of poor management. Kindness is the best policy in dealing wit...

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. — 24 July 1915

U SOME THINGS .... til ana umtK imnw) r) '- He who knows does not believr. For you know faith is a "conviction of things not seen," but the end of philos ophy is to know you inust believe in order to mentally grow. We know that mathematics is held to bo infallible in its conclusions. Every philosopher all assume to be philos ophersstarts in his reasoning from the postulate that 2x24, but nobody can say why it is true. Plato regarded mathematics an the only true bcifcnce, but he who says A in algebra, - trigo nometry or integral calculus must say B, because all mathematics is based upon faith-axioms. I must believe without real proof in order to reach other conclusions. Physics treats of forces, but no man can tell us what force is. Astronomy is based upon gravitation, but gravitation is not de fined. The big man comes along and - talks about botany, zoology, biology and physiology, all treating of life, but this life-force is still a mystery to him But when we say to half-baked thin...

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. — 31 July 1915

juW.EUWrleal So.l.tJ I -j hi H- !-j II liHii-iL 11 ifli VOL. XXXHI. NO. 36 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 31, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $150 PER YEAR Your Paper? 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 Farmers ate OF WALKER, KANSAS lank A good "Creator" popcorn-peanut wagon for sale cheap. Apply at this office. Abate the Nuisance. Editor Press: If the mayor and council desire the everlasting gratitude of our people, they can obtain it by enacting and en forcing an ordinance that will clear our sidewalks of bicycles, roller skates, go-devils and wagons. The sidewalks are put in and maintained by the pro perty owners for the use and benefit of pedestrians, and not for the abomi nable and dangerous uses of bicycles, roller skates and wagons. Our people are tired of it. "Oneof'em." Su...

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. — 31 July 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS t SUMMER CARE FOR ; SSI- -V" Splendid A practical breeder says: "Low land is death to sheep. The ewes and Iambs should have the best of grass pasture on the farm, but let It be dry upland." Suckling ewes, especially, require an abundance of pure water have the water trough clean. Have a sep arate pen into which the lambs can enter, and feed them a few oats mixed with other grains, separately from the ewes. Sheep should have their hoofs pared, and everyone in the flock have Its feet dressed with carbolic acid to prevent foot-rot. Dip the lambs, aft er the ewes are sheared, in a solu tion of carbolic acid to kill ticks. Scours in lambs indicate that the flock needs a change of pasture. Always give the sheep the first thing GREATEST FEEDING VALUE OUT OF HAY Two Hours of Sun on Dry Day Is Sufficient to Cure Timothy When to Cut Crop. A great many farmers imagine that . hay of all kinds must be dried out like kindling wood to be fit for stor age ji course, it is irue m...

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. — 31 July 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS 3 3 SHUNNED BY THE MEXICANS Children Cry vcr Flotchcro PREPARED BY THE UNITED STATES OEPARTMCNT OF AGRICULTURE ORGANIZE TO FIGHT THE FLY The county demonstration agents in northern Oklahoma, together with . a num ber of entomologists and other agricultural experts recently helC a meeting at Clare more, Okla., and formulated a campaign to starve out the Hessian fly in their locality. This is an excellent method of starting the work or organizing the farmers to eliminate the fly, according to the department's spe cialists, and by all means should be fol lowed throughout the fly-infested territory. These Oklahoma agents and farmers have already adopted a specific campaign, which, in short, is the same as recommended by the United States department of agricul ture, as follows: STARVE OUT THE HESSIAN FLY. The Hessian fly, being In the "flaxseed" stage in wheat stubble and in unharvested wheat from June till September, or even October in the South, can be destroyed by ...

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. — 31 July 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS; A. L. CLARK & SON, . PUBLISHERS AND PkOPKIETOES . i Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Postoffice at Hays, Kansas, as : second class matter. Don't buy a Tractor until you have seen the Hart Parr Company's "LITTLE DEVIL" J. H. WARD, Agt, Hays, Ks. For Hail Insurance see J. H. Ward, Ag't. Tckms of Subscription Per Year in Advance Established ISS2 SATURDAY; JULY 31, 1915 Normal Kotes and Comments. Honey Locust Borers Abundant. An investigation of the honey locust trees by the Biology department at the Fort Hays Normal School indicates that the borers are abundant again this year. All Towns Alike. Bert Walker: I heard a fellow say the other day that the town was too ; full of mossbacks and tightwads to suit j him. He was going to get out. I have j been in a good many towns in my day j and I have always found them all alike, j . Every town has its popular idol, its 1 champion tightwad, its meanest man., $1.50 its famous drunkard, its greatest draw- : !; ba...

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. — 31 July 1915

HAMMOCKS Summer A NEAT display of hammocks on sale at my store. 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 Impossible to Blockade Us. j through the influence of the schoois. Apropos of blockades the UnitedJU Whether the children who are now States occupies a unique position among undergoing this training for citizenship John Deere Light Sunning SULKEY AND GANG PLOWS Also P. and O. Plows None Better. SCHLYER & ARNHOLD nations. A blockade of its seaports is absolutely impossible. There are not ships enough in the world to achieve it. Between Bangor in Maine and Corpus Christi in Texas there are forty ports connected by rail with the vast net work of iron rail which extends over all parts of our country. There are forty ports where cotton 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. — 31 July 1915

THE HAYS nillS PEES3 CUT THE FIRE LOSS State Marshal's Figures Show Reduction of 46 Per Cent Since 1912. MAY ASK REVISION OF RATES Kansas Now Paying More for Insur ance Than at Any Time Since 1909, Says Hussey. Compared to the $12,500 a day that went up in smoke during 1912, the re ports of Fire Marshal Hussey for the first six months of 1915, show a daily loss of only $6,824, a reduction of 46 per cent. Based largely on the records in the office of the state fire marshal an at tempt undoubtedly will be made with in the' next six months to get a revis ion of fire insurance rates downward In Kansas. Since last December Kan sas has been paying higher insurance rates than at any time since 1909, when Charles Barnes, state insurance superintendent, ordered in reductions of 12 per cent on mercantile and 14 per cent on dwelling risks. The su preme court held that the order was not legally made and the old rates were restored last fall. While Kansas is paying higher rates statistics compil...

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. — 31 July 1915

THS HAYS FEES 31 By FRANCIS LYNDE CHAPTER 1. At Chaudiere's. It was at Chaudiere's that Grlswold had eaten his first breakfast in the Crescent city, and it was at Chau diere's again that he was sharing a farewell supper with Bainbridge of the Louisianlan. Six weeks lay between that and this; forty -odd days of dis couragement and failure superadded upon other similar days and weeks and months. Without meaning to, Bainbridge had been strewing the path with fresh thorns for the defeated one. He had Just been billeted to write up the ba nana trade for his paper. Boyishly ju bilant over the assignment, he had dragged the New Yorker around to Chaudiere's to a small parting feast. Not that It had required much per suasion. Griswold had fasted for 24 hours, and If Bainbridge were not a friend in a purist's definition of the term, he was at least a friendly ac quaintance. The burden of the table talk fell upon Bainbridge, and it occurred to the host that his guest was less than usually resp...

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. — 31 July 1915

Th Utility Eeard Meeting. The Hays City Telephone Company had its hearing before the State Utili ties Commission last Tuesday morning. The company had requested in regular order the commission to increase the phone . rates. Never had the public realized before what this commission really meant. It is a long step in the right direction. It caused the private corporation, "the party of' the first part," to show its business workings to the public, "the party of the second part." In the old order the rule was "let the public go hang." It was none of the public's business what was made. "And the books were opened" and the public learned that the Hays City Telephone Company had placed actual cash to the amount of about $19,000 in the enterprise, and that the earning of ( the company had been put back into t the business, and the total exchange value of the company now is $59,410 1 making an increase in the last thirteen ' years of $40,410, all above the running ! expenses. But the compan...

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. — 31 July 1915

lection should be counted coapletajj JL ntat Ant art And thR Supplement to Hays Free Press, Saturday, July 31, 1915. the sou 01 any Srfc""r - regularity, and this spnarated bv an ocean from its adver- . v; - "vOritE CF DELLNQULNT TAX OfKce cf County Treasurer of Ellis county, Kansss Hays, Kansas, July lvth. 1915. Notice is hereby Riven th-it the taxes for the ytar 1'-'14 on the following tracts of land and town lots, situated in the County of Eilis and State of ' Kansas, are now due and unpaid and that unless th-i same are paid on or before the first Tuesday . in September, towit: Tuesday, September the 7th. 1 l'- 15, I will on that day and the next succeeding ; day until all of said tracts of land and town lots j are sold, proceed to se!l at public Sile at my office : in Hays City, Kansas, so much cf each tract of ! land and town lot as is necessary to pay She taxes I of the year 1&14 and the penalties and costs ! thereon: i TOWN OF SCHOENCHEN n3-4of e'il 1 I w!i 4 TOWN OP ANTO...

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. — 7 August 1915

Eisuriea! Sceiat" HAYS -JT HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 7, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR VOL. XXXni. NO. 37 LI1G I I 1-1 V v f 1 11 HNiL- ADVANTAGES The ample capital of this bank, its financial position and established reputation for conservative business methods are among the substantial advantages offered to present and prospective customers. It is the aim of the officers and directors to maintain, and in every way feasible, increase these advantages. Our equipment in each and every department is thor ough, modern, efficient, and we invite YOUR account with assurance that we are fully prepared to meet the require ments of present and prospective patrons in a spirit of fair ness to all interests concerned. CITIZENS STATE BANK HAYS, KANSAS THE CITY OF BAYS An Unprescedented Progress.' Boom in THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR The Farmers State Bank OF WALKER, KANSAS. A good "Creator" popcorn-peanut Subscribe for the Hays Free Pre wagon for sale cheap. Apply at this ; $1.50 per ye...

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. — 7 August 1915

THE HAYS YRT.V. PRESS THE By FRANCIS LYNDE SYNOPSIS. Kenneth Gri3wold. an unsuccessful writer because of socialistic tendencies, sups with his friend Bainbridfre at Chau leres restaurant in New Orleans and declares that if necessary he will steal to eep from starving:. He holds up Andrew Galbralth. president of the Bayou State Security, in his private office and escapes with $100,000 in cash. By original methods ke escapes the hue and cry. CHAPTER III Continued. "The dragon may have teeth and claws, but it can neither see nor smell,." he said, contemptuously, turn ing his steps riverward again. "Now I have only to choose my route and go in peace. How and where are the only remaining questions to be an swered." For an hour or more after his re turn to the riverfront, Griswold idled up and down the levee; and the end of the interval found him still "undecid ed as to the manner and direction of his flight to say nothing of the choice of a destination, which was even more vasive than th...

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. — 7 August 1915

THE HAYS FEEE PEESS y ?'j$$? tl 1 1 11 l 4v-im jf JL v i ilCo r-Cz titi name abandoned or run down," farm conjures to the Imagi nation visions of many a dear old place peopled with the memories of days gone by. with large room, beam ceiling, wide, comfortable, open fireplaces, the well of pure water, fruit trees very much neg lected but quickly brought back to productive vigor, the barn green "with age and many storms, sound in its original timbers as of yore, fence corners overgrown to bush and shrubs, a general air of sad neglect, yet having the appearance of having once been a productive and carefully tended farm. To others they signify all that the name im plies run-down places abandoned by owners who could no longer make them pay or even fur nish enough mcney to keep them up in repair; places with old, dilapidated houses, disused wells, tumble-down barns and unproductive lands. There are many farms to fit both descriptions, those of the latter description being the true "abando...

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. — 7 August 1915

til jTHE HAYS FREE PRESS I A. L. CLARK & SON, Publishers and Proprietors Issued everv Saturday, and entered at the Postoffice at Havs. Kansas, as ! inch of J"our skin contains second class matter. 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. Terms of Subscription Per Year in Advance $1.50 fourth to one-eighth of an inch in thick- PROFESSO: i ness. The area of your skin is 1,700 j ' square inches; and you are subject to j Yurd j an atmospheric pressure of fifteen ! J pounds to the square inch. Each square j 3,500 sweat- i i ing tubes a each is like a little drain-tile ; one-fourth of an inch in length making j I an aggregate length of the entire sur- 1 MATTHEW ON LEAVE OF ! ABSENCE. Established 1882 ' SATURDAY ,AUGUST 7, 1915 I ifsOME THINGS . Garden to Pay all His Ex penses. "Self-support in school by farming," j the idea for which Prof. E. B. Matthew ! of the department of mat...

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. — 7 August 1915

i J HAMMOCKS A NEAT display of hammocks on sale at my store. Summer is now here and a hammock is ah 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. MARKWELL, Hays, Kansas Windmills, Tanks, Pumps AND LIGHTNING ROD T Will put Pumps and Wind mills; or furnish Repairs on short notice. I have also re ceived the agency of a Light ning Rod Company, and I am prepared to rod your house in the most aproved and scien tific manner. I have the latest improved all Copper rod the best that can be purchased. I will also INSURE your Wheat Give me a call if in need of anything in in a reliable Company, my line. Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOLF BINDER HAYS, KANSAS Carve Your Way to Fame And the Favor of Each Guest By Carving the Meats We Offer You. For Then YOU WILL CARVE THE BEST HAYS, FRANK KING KANSAS INSURANCE Call o...

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. — 7 August 1915

THE HAYS FUSE PRESS HUNDREDS DROWN WHEN SHIP TURNS VIEW OF THE EASTLAND ON ITS SIDE, SOON AFTER IT TURNED OVER RUSSIANS FACE HARD PROBLEM REMOVING DEAD FROM WRECKED STEAMER Captain Peders : . .. 7v .; . f V---... - OVER AT HER PIE Retreat from Warsaw Hindered Gen. by Von Mackensen's Success in South. loaded to Capacity With Women and Children the Excursion Steamer Eastland Cap sizes at Chicago. SLAV ARMIES STILL INTACT 1 bmmM London Critics Believe Grand Duke Nicholas Has Provided for the Safety of His Troops. THE CITY IS APPALLED -ft. Captain Pedersen. ' - 'v ' ' - . - : .- " "' ' IS"-,, " - - ;Thousands Search for Their Missing 1 Loved Ones State's Attorney Places Blame for Disaster on U. S. Inspectors. About a thousand persons lost their lives in the Chicago river Saturday, July 24, when the ex cursion steamer Eastland cap sized. The ship was leaving its wharf with more than 2,400 em ployes of the Western Electric Company, their relatives and friends aboard, bound for a pleas ure...

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. — 7 August 1915

THE HAYS FREE PEESS No bother to Tf?trr- . - 3 uiese on nana Vienna style X Sausage and Petted Meats Just open and serve. Excellent for sandwiches. Insist on Lihby's at your grocer's. Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago University of Notre Dame XOTRE DAME. IKDMXA Thorongh Education. Moral Training:. Twenty one courses leading to decrees in Classics. Modern Letters.Journallsm. Political Economy. Commerce, Chemistry, Biology. Pharmacy, Engineering, Architecture, Law. Preparatory School, various courses. For Catalogues address BOX H, NOTRE DAME, INDIANA Y0SEMITE&ftS Ecenio attraction. A beautiful souvenir booklet in colors of this WONDERLAND will be mailed for 25c. Price reduced from $1. Just the thin? for a birthday or Chistmas gift. YOSEMITE VALLEY RAILROAD CO. Merced, California True Fighters. "The Black Watch are fighting so well in France that even the Ger mans praise them. Wonderful fight ers the Irish!" The speaker was W. Bourke Cock ran. He continued: "When I think of the v...

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