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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 11 September 1915

THE, HAYS FHEE PRESS C3d C i 4l S. M. CUSTOM $ $ Eaga LTHOUGH the plow is the first im plement used by man in field farming, real progress in its devel opment has come only within the last fifty years. First mention of the plow in the Old Testament is by Job where he says: "The oxen plowing and the asses feed ing beside them." In Job's time the plow was probably a crooked stick drawn by oxen, with a straight stick bound to their horns to which a grass rope was attached. This kind of implement was in use for thou sands of years afterward, and even now in Old Mexico, within a hundred miles of the border land of America, the crooked stick is still used. About a hundred and fifty years ago a plow with a wooden mold board was devised, and this held sway for fifty years, when some genius of a blacksmith put an iron edge on it, and it was then thought that the perfection of plow making had been reached. Then came the plow with the iron mold board and wooden frame. This was followed by the ...

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. — 11 September 1915

OUR PUBLIC FORUM Hon. Elihu Root On Woman's Sphere The question of Woman Suffrage is an issue before the American people. Twelve states have adopted it, fcur more states vote upon it this fall and it is strongly urged that it become a platform demand of the national political parties. It is therefore the privilege and the duty of every voter to study carefully this subject. Hon. Elihu Root, in discussing this question before the constitutional convention of New York, recently said in part: "I am opposed to the granting of suffrage to women, because I -believe that it would be a loss to women, to all women and to every woman; and because I believe it would be an injury to the state, and to every man and every woman in the state. It would be useless to argue this if the right of suffrage were a natural right. -If it were a natural right, then women should have it though the heavens falL But If there be any one thing settled in the long discussion of this subject, it is that suffrage i...

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. — 11 September 1915

4 or 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. MARKWELL, wnimiiiiiiiiiiiinHinifnimiinTnRi g The Sfet Brecch-Loading uhh omit. yj, wiamiMwinninuiuniiuniiiiuuiiuiiiuuiuiuiim For SnilV. nnail nnrtrtrloro nirAr- sauirrels rnhhits ptr itioct)antiotf;nn i.t om. Hitman and power of the 12-gauge without the weight. Ts a light, quick gun of beautiful proportions, superb ly balanced, with every up-to-date feature: Hanmerlen; &obd Steel Breech, inside as well as out; Solid Topi Side Ejection; Matted Barrel; 6 Quick Shot. (5 in 20-sra.); 5tton Cartridge Release; Automatic Hang-Fire atejTDewc Doable Extractors; Take-Down; Trigger na Hammer Safety. It's just the eun you want ! laiiifiHifflininiuiiiinnffl ASSOC...

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. — 11 September 1915

THE HAYS FEES PRESS TQ END GAS TANGLE The Utilities Commission Hopes for Supreme Court Decis ion September 22. MAY CONSOLIDATE ALL SUITS Board Members. Prepare Motion With That End in View Want Judge Fianneily Restrained. An attempt to settle all pending litigation and contests over the Kan sas Natural Gas receivership, includ ing rates to Kansas consumers, will be made before the Kansas supreme court September 22. This is the date, set for hearing the application of the public utilities commission for a writ of mandamus against Judge Thomas Fianneily and his receivers to pre vent their changing rates without con sent of the utilities commission and to compel acknowledgment of the jur isdiction of commission. Since the -application was filed with the su preme court and the date set for the bearing. Judge Fianneily has ordered rates increased to 30 cents, the new rate to be effective October 1. The commission will move to consolidate all gas litigation pending when the mandamus proce...

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. — 11 September 1915

THE HAYS FEF,?. PRESS JUSTAWORD ABOUT YOUR EALTB If your health is poor as a result of a weak stomach, lazy liver or clogged bowels STOMACH BITTERS IT HELPS NATURE CORRECT SUCH TROUBLES AND IMPROVES HEALTH QATiTflT? Wt E. Cole-man, O I EJ I 3 Patent lawyer .Washington, " " D.C Advice and books free. Kates reasonable. Hlgnest references. est services. Kansas City Directory IcfiTASi-i&HCDl Consign your vJattle. irrb Hoks and Sheep to the Commission Co., Kansas City, Mo. ttnrlian nnl KMdtfa Imnht Oil Ofden Oia TKJ-UD ' IKL'JS W. N. U., KANSAS CITY, NO. 38-1915. Love laughs at locksmiths, so it's no wonder wedlock sometimes arouses his mirth. Smile, 6mile, beautiful clear white clothes. Red Cross Ball Blue, American made, therefore best. All grocers. Adv. The pessimist is convinced that even the cup of joy is a trick cup, with a false bottom. Crumbs of comfort are satisfying only when there are enough or them to make a square meal. . Of course there is more than one good reason why ...

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. — 11 September 1915

COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS Monday, September 6, 1915, 9 a. m. The Board of County Commissioners met tm3 day in regular monthly session. Members present, Isaac Zeigler, chair man; William Grabbe and Eli Cole, commissioners; E. C. Flood, county at torney, and Geo. H. Brown, county clerk. - On " motion of commissioner Grabbe the Board adjourned to inspect the Golden Belt road east to the county line after which they adjourued until Tnesday morning at 9 a. m. Tuesday, September 6, 9 a. m. The Board of County Commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. The proposition of the Hays Electric Light Company was accepted. The proposition is as follows: We hereby agree to purchase the Electric Light Plant now operating at the court house, for the sum of four hundred and twenty-five dollars ($425.) We further agree to take back all material not needed when plant is taken out, provided material is not mutilated so it cannot be used on other work. The sum of $425.00 to be paid i...

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. — 18 September 1915

cal 3ccit7 jute Hietc: r HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 18, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 PER YEAR y . THE fiMf S FREE PRESSo VOL. XXXIII. NO 43 u Will You Meet it Half-Way? When you start a bank account your early efforts at increasing it may not equal your expectations, you may not be able to' save as much as you anticipate, but as your accumulation grows, you will have a larger appreciation of the many advantages and real possibilities in this plan for meeting fortune half way. Our bank account plan awaits your convenience, you do not have to deposit a certain sum at any specified time. CITIZENS STATE BANK HAYS, KANSAS Our Facilities . For the prompt and accurate handling of any and all finan cial matters that may be entrusted to us are fully abreast the times modern in everp respect. If you appreciate the many advantages of a helpful bank ing service backed by a sound, safe, conservative business policy we respectfully solicit your account. FARMERS STATE BANK WALKER, KANSAS The...

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. — 18 September 1915

THE HAYS FEES PRESS FRANCIS LYNDE ELD5TMTIONSCDraiODES caY?ctfr3rcM?irj sefiarrffJ sons SYNOPSIS. 8 Kenneth Griswold, an unsuccessful vriter. because of socialistic tendencies, holds up Andrew Galbraith. president of the Bayou State Securities, in the presi dents private office and escapes with $100, 000 In cash. By original methods he es capes the hue and cry and goes aboard the Bel.'e Julie as a deckhand. Charlotte Farnham of Wahaska, Minn., who had seen hiin cash Galbraith's check in the bank, recognizes him. and sends a letter of betrayal to Galbraith anonymously. Griswold is arrested on the arrival of the boat at St. Louis, but escapes from his captors. He decides on Wahaska, Minn., as a hiding place, and after outfitting himser properly, takes the train. Gris wold falls ill on the sleeper and is cared for and taken to her home in Wahaska by Margery Grierson, daughter of Jasper Grierson, ; the financial magnate of Wa haska. Margery finds the stolen money In Griswolds suitcase. ...

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. — 18 September 1915

THE HAYS FEES PEZ33 r Ready to Say "Good-Night" GOOD POINTS IN MAKE-UP OF BROOD SOW 0? Child pen Cry Foi3 tfPWW1 A I Nfit Cfcgfeati IS FIuid"Intcncs i i; if i i- -. i ' i' jt : 1 iflri.i iilfliiV'mirriinriini'irirn.nrinrT"frii iinir" "---in-"! 'i 1 " T ' ' r " ' ' tinni iuuiu jiilujj ihmmwmmmmotmm uiiiujh x i n nmw m iimmmmmmmuvimmmmmmw t n raaMa mii ml nWtf r3nK ftiMl iiihiii i mill mi null The night clothes of little lads and maids, when made tor other seasons than winter, do up, differ much from those worn by their elders. For little girls, nainsook and batiste and the light muslins are used for the gowns and narrow lingerie laces for trim ming. The trimming is simpler, that is, not so much lace is used, and the methods of applying it are less intri cate. With the return of fancy needlework to fashion in the belongings of grown people, it is sure to appear on chil dren's clothes, where it seems more appropriate than any other sort of trimming. The small and dainty pat terns in la...

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. — 18 September 1915

Hays Electric, Light Co. The following are the names ofvthe people who believe in making work as easy as possible for the women folks, and who are taking advantage of the most economical luxury Electricity. Before May 1, 1915 Andreas, Miss, residence Arnhold, Nick, Bice, Frank, Behan, James, ' Baptist Church Baughman, Chaa., " Biasing, Alex, store " " residence Basgall, Joe, store " " residence Brunswick Hotel Bach, Nick, residence Biasing, Alois, " " store Bellman, Mrs., residence Benton, Geo., store Bartell, H. A., residence Bemis, W. W., " Fred, Bahl, Adam, shop Biasing, Joe, ' Bird, John, residence Bunker & Bemis, garage Bissing, Frank, residence Brenner, J. G., Store Brenner, J. G., residence Boise, W. A., Carrick, Thos., Catholic Ghurch School Citizens State Bank Carnegie Library Chittenden, H. W., residence Cave, J. B., Chalk, Miss Chittenden, John, residence Clark & Son Cox. G. M., residence " store Masonic Lodge County Courthouse Cochran, A. F. ' motor Cowan, H. A.,...

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. — 18 September 1915

The Columbia Grafonola The Grandest Musical Instrument on Earth can now be Purchased at R. S. MARKWELL'S Store, Hays, Kans. All the music of the world is reproduced by this wonderful instru ment. Columbia Records "can be played on any disc talking ma chine and any disc record can be played on the Columbia Grapho phone. 65 cents is the standard price for Columbia Records. R. S. MARKWELL HAYS, .... KANSAS . isniiiiiijiimminnniiira r , ... i you rina is gauge guns and loads too heavy and a bit slow in an all-day Gun Built. hunt, just get this splendid new Ularlin im safest ErKdvL.J;.. ros uiCTinniiniKHnifiniiiimHiiiiniHiiHiiiiuiiiiuii:! For Snioe. nuai!. narrriHcp. wrvorlrrw-l.- squirrels. rabbits, etc.. ithasthp and power of the 12-gauge without the weight. l a, a l8!?4 1uclc eun of beautiful proportions, superb ly balanced, with every up-to-date feature: HammerW Solid Stee I Breech, inside as well as out; Solid Top; Side Ejections Matted Barrel; 6 Quick Shots (5 in 20-Ka.); c 5!" n""...

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. — 18 September 1915

FT. SCOTT FLOODED Marmaton River Rose 30 Feet in a Few Hours After a 6-Inch Rain. MANY TAKEN FROM HOUSETOPS Telephone Operator at Uniontown Gave Alarm lola Also Suffered From High Water. Water from the Marmaton river, hich rose thirty feet in a few hours flooding wholesale and residence sec tions of Fort Scott, and imperiling the lives of hundreds of persons, soon receded and fears of loss of life and further property damage had passed. Although scores of persons were res cued from trees and housetops, and many smaller structures were swept away by the flood, no one was killed so far as is known. The property damage is estimated at $200,000. An unnamed telephone operator in Uniontown, fourteen miles away, and four cab drivers employed by George A. Konantz, an undertaker, share "with Konantz the hero roles. Union town experienced a 6-inch rain. Short ly before midnight a subscriber near the river in Uniontown called the op erator and reported the river a roar ing stream, rising rapid...

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. — 18 September 1915

THE HAYS FREE PEES3 i STOPPING TRAFFIC IN 0FIUM lssT . I k -m -:-..v: ;.-- :.:.;igjiii)iiii'' .!inw ROTOrajN the bureau of naturalization or J? r&-U ' ' I itfPIHV- r II flMa the eTtesI most eensrve and V. VXJfJl 222 Potential pieces of constructive ,JFjt iC W A LSslS administrative work has been go- f VM ' IpV f& 0 ?A fegXj ing on for almost a decade with- ft Sgg t l VOSTA T ' A 3g55fi out attracting any particular at- tzfJ TtTfff ' ' iU1 " f jO"f ' - n public. This work has its founda- ? , 5 ""- -"-JsM ftf " ?A H vitals of the national fabric and l$-y o J -lsr-3 15 - 11 . rt ' Ml 4 tion in the very consists in the work of making citizens out of the raw material of the resident foreigner who has been coming to this country from all of the nations of Europe ever since its discovery, and In vast and Increasing numbers during the past three genera tions. The making of a citizen, in so far as the require ments of the law are concerned, Is no difficult mat ter, but to make a citi...

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. — 18 September 1915

Your boys and girls can have good fun with a BROWNIE CAMERA So simple a child can easily learn to use it so efficient it will take pictures you will prize. Come in and let us show you Brownies from $2.00 to $12.00. C A. HARKNESS Phone 76. Hays, Kansas Sand For Sale Get your Sand at FRANK KINGS In any quantity you want. THREE MOTORCYCLES For Sale CHEAP One good Indian; One Harley-Davidson, almost new; and One good Excelsior. JOHN O'LOUGHLIN, Hays, Kas. Act Quickly Here. 7 ROOM MODERN HOME, nice loca tion, 3 blocks from school and church, 2 large lots 50x125 feet, small or chard, splendid shade trees. Miller Brothers, Phone 47 Hays, Kansas. Taken Up. A Jersey cow. Owner can get information as to her whereabouts by calling at the residence of Mr. Win chester, southeast part of the city. Teachers fleeting. The Ellis County Teachers Associa tion will meet at the High School in Hays, Kansas, on Saturday, September 25, 1915, at 1:30 p. m. This being the first meeting of the year, it is hop...

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. — 18 September 1915

over the hips." Corsets to match have ! old timers the da's when this gaUant ; has the whooping cough. Poor woman, - I- . - r ... ' olcLfijrhtpr lived in Hti ji He was re- ; she wants to visit me so badly. I'm Mail Orders promptl: - , .-w hKv I'd rather H ays Free Press Supplement. HAYS, KANSAS. SEPTEMBER 18, 1915. H A Story of a Former Hays Citizen. The following story from a Cherry vale, Kansas, paper tells about Mr. William Mack who was here this summer visiting his sister, Mrs. Thom as Carrick. "For more than a score of years the . world "has been wondering over the disappearance of the famous Highland Chieftain, the daring intrepid soldier of fortune, General Mack, the Scot tish hero. The great news-papers of two worlds have vied with each other in efforts to locate the man who so mysteriously disappeared from his native land. Some claimed he was one of the famous leaders of the Japs in the conflict with Russia, while others have said that he is the man who has made the Russian...

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. — 18 September 1915

office tim that he. trive us a i He drove to the.sod wall3 and saw a tieeuer auu cugogcu miu - - - . u.kai fiftion hundred Buckeye's Conglomerations. The weather is getting to be like winter again. Having a fine rain which the threshers don't like to see. It seemed real nice to hear the voices of the Buckeye young folks again. Miss Ruby Gosser, who has been visiting at Enid, Oklahoma, the past month, has returned home and she re ports a good time. Mrs. Obley and Mable Clements spent the week end in Hays. Alberts have moved to town again for the winter so as to educate the children. Miss Katherine Stoner, of Denver, visited with her cousin, Jessie Gosser, over Saturday and Sunday. Andrew Maska has been threshing for Dora Gosser the past week. The wheat didn't turn out as good as ex pected. Mrs. Ed Crenshaw and a couple of "the children are reported on the sick list. It seems as though "Big Bill" is anxious to go to town. Wonder what's the attraction? Miss Lulu Gosser, who has been vi...

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. — 25 September 1915

THE 00) trs: 11 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBERS, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION $150 PER YEAR VOL. XXXni. NO 44 Getting on in the World Is a theme as old as the human race, yet new to each successive generation. To the masses of men, from the young man just making a start on the voyage of an active life to the man of mature years, it is a matter of deep and vital interest. It is of interest to YOU. Why not come in and let us show you how our bank account plan will help you to get ahead faster. CITIZENS STATE BANK HAYS, KANSAS Our Facilities For the prompt and accurate handling of any and all finan cial matters that may be entrusted to us are fully abreast the times modern in everp respect. If you appreciate the many advantages of a helpful bank ing service backed by a sound, safe, conservative business policy we respectfully solicit your account. FARMERS STATE BANK WALKER, KANSAS The Farmers Go-Operative Association HAYS; KANSAS General Grain Business CORN, OATS, COAL, FLOUR and FEED. The...

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. — 25 September 1915

THE HAYS FREE , PBESS efePDICL FDANCIS LYNDE DlD5TMI05CDmiODE5 SYNOPSIS. 9 TCermeth Griswold, an unsuccessful yriter because of socialistic tendencies, adds up Andrew Galbraith. president of tlw Bayou State Securities. In the presi dent's private office and escapes with $100.- to cash. By original methods he es pea the hue and cry and goes aboard Belle Julie as a deckhand. Charlotte farnham of "Wahaska, Minn., who had Jen him cash Galbraith's check in the sink, recognizes him. and sends a letter Iwtrayal to Galbraith anonymously. Criswold is arrested on the arrival of the oat r St. Louis, but escapes from his captors. He decides on Wahaska, Minn., svs a hiding place, and after outfitting i5If PrPerly. takes the train. Gris wold falls 111 on the sleeper and is cared Jor and taken to her home in Wahaska y Margery Grierson, daughter of Jasper rlerson. the financial magnate of Wa aska. Margery finds the stolen money tn Griswold's suitcase. Broffin, detective, takes the trail. Margery as...

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. — 25 September 1915

THE HAYS FRTTH PSE23 TOWES ( ( J OLLAND in its quaint way is a land of romance, but of a burgherish solid sort, the very antipodes of the romance of the sunny East. Dutch romance is the child of in dustry, enterprise, dogged courage, fogs and waterways, and its great days fell within the limits of the seventeenth century. Then ships of Holland sailed all the seven seas and brought home wealth and tales of adventure. Then its sailors hammered at the arctic ice-pack and pushed their trade among tropical spice islands. Then it was that De Ruyter sailed up the Thames with a broom at his masthead; then, too, that Rembrandt painted and Vondel rhymed. That also for Holland was a great building age, when prosperity caused cities to grow, canals to be dug, ports to be built, and the multiplex activity of Dutchmen to manifest itself in all kinds of makings and shapings upon the surface of their amphibious land half earth, half water. Thus it is the Holland of Rembrandt's day and there about t...

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. — 25 September 1915

THE HAYS FREE PRESS A. L. CLARK & SON, Publishers and Pkopeietors Issued every Saturday, and entered at the Postoffice at Hays, Kansas, as second class matter. ' Tekms of Subscription Per Year in Advance - - $1.50 Established 1882 SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1915 Normal Notes and Comments. Fall Gardening Calendar. . If not already on hand it's time to obtain tulip, hyacinth, narcissus and lily bulbs for fall setting-out. October is the usual month for bulb planting. Bulbous plants can be handled so as to begin blooming in the house by Christmas . and successive bloomings continued until the tulips are through in early summer. The more tulip beds there are in Hays next spring the more attractive to our selves it will be and the more satisfac tory the town will seem to visitors and newcomers. Make Hays a still more attractive place m which to live. Normal New Notes. The Normal School enrollment is al ready larger than at the close of the first term last year. Late farm work has kept many ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
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