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THE HAYS FREE PRESS, HAYS, KANSAS.
Republican voters in Kansai at their "primary on August first, io not want to overlook the name of D. 0. McCray, candidate for the office of Secretary of State. This man is a pioneer Republican in Kansas and there has never 'been a 'battle waged that he has not been on the firing line and he always remained there un til the last shot was fired. For the past four years he has been assistant Secretary of State and now he is asking the Republican voters of Kan sas to advance him to the chair that Lew Pettijohn has so efficiently filled the past four years. Mr. McCray has opposition in the primary, !but his opponent is only an eleventh hour candidate and is merely running in the hopes that the voters will not 'be informed of the true condition of af fairs and that he will accidently slip in. But McCray's friends are not go ing to sleep at the switch primary day and every 'loyal Republican in Kansas owes it to his party to vote in the primary, August first, and to vote for D. 0. McCray for Secretary of State. Seth G. Wells, in The Erie Record. Danger in Too Much Talk. Talkative people who wish to be loved are hated; when they desire to please, they bore; wht-n they think they are admired, they nro laughed at; they injure their friends, benefit their enemies, and ruin themselves. Plutarch. AMERICAN LEGION BULLETIN Ex-service men join the Legion. Your disabled buddy needs your help and the Legion is his best friend. The sick and wounded veterans in the hospitals arc ill cared for by the United States Government.- Dr. Thomas V. Salmon, chief ; psychiatrist of the A. E. F. and an! international authority on mental dis-! orders, testifying before a Congres-j sional committee, said: "I have! studied the care of the insane in! many States .but I do not know of any; group of GOuO men suffering from in- j sanity who are so ooily cared for as the ex-soldiers of the United States! Army." There are some 28,500 veterans j now in hospitals which fall into three, classes mental cases, tuberculars! and general medical and surgical ' cases. Patients of each class require treatment of so special a character; that segregation in separate and specially equipped hospitals is neces sary in the judgment of eminent med ical authorities, though this course is opposed by General Sawyer, a mem ber of President Harding's official j family The result of these -and other delaying tactics is that the mental patients, who represent the greatest inconvenience and danger to society, who are least capable of defending themselves and their interests, and who need the most special and partic ular care of all, are faring worst at the hands of the Government in whose service they 'became deprived of the faculty without Which lite is useless reason. Of the 9,188 mental patients, 4509 are not in government-owned or man aged hospitals, 'but are "contracted" for on a. profitable commercial basis by public and private institutions. These are mostly insane asylums, mad houses where a .patient is given "cus todial care" which is an agreeable term for jailing a man, locking or chaining him up. The result is that many whose reason could have been restored in these vile environs have become irretrievable insane and un less conditions change, says Dr. Sal mon, hundreds who now stand a fair chance of being cured will follow the same dark path.' There are 11,284 veterans in hos pitals afflicted with tuberculosis. Of this number 3,024 are in contract hospitals. There are thousands who need general medical and surgical at tention without provision to take care of them. It is up to you and me and every ex-service person in the United States to see that our unfortunate .buddies receive better care. This is an obligation which we must not shirk. Join the Legion and help your buddy. A MILLION NEW CARS Considerably more than a million new automobiles were licensed in the United States last year. No won der we see shoals of new cars on the streets and 'highways every day. The serious problem, in connection with the operation of automobiles, is chance-taking at railroad grade cross ings. In spite of the frightful mis haps reported each day, there is only a slight (checking of the evil. The only known remedy is to everlasting ly keep on urging drivers to observe this precaution: When you drive near railroad tracks that are to 'be crossed, Think of Trains of Cars; right there, on the tracks, is th only place you will find any. With such thoughts in your mind, you will be prepared for any emerg ency. In a majority of instances, there will ibe no train near enough to hinder you, (but DONT trust to LUCK. LOOK and LISTEN every time! If you trust to luck, you are not giving yourself and your passen gers a fair deal. A professional gambler will 'bet almost anything, but he never wagers !his Life. He might lose a lot of money once and then re coup :his loss in another venture. But every one of us know that if a man loses 'his life he is going to stay dead. That man who was killed at a cross- J ing yesterday, had no desire to die. There were no end of things to make j life worth while. The man simply , followed in the steps of thousands who made the (mistake of yielding to a quick impulse of trying to beat a train over a crossing. Sober second thought would have saved him; so we close this little appeal with a eolemn warning that now is the time to Call a Halt, and CROSS CROSS INGS CAUTIOUSLY. CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Clerk of the City of Hays, Kansas, to pave certain streets and alleys in the City of Hays as per plans and specifications now on file at the office of the City Clerk. Bids must be on file at the office of the City Clerk not later than 2:00 o'clock P. M. on the 31st day of July, 1922. Bids will opened for letting at I 8:00 o'clock P. M. the 31st of July,! 1922. Parties wishing copies of the plans and specifications may receive same by sending $5.00 to the City Clerk of said City. C. A. Harkness, Attest: Emily Johnson, Mayor. City Clerk. (First Published in the Hays Free Press, July 20, 1922) . PUBLICATION NOTICE In the District Court within and f or , the County of tins, in the btate of Kansas. i Irene Baker, Plaintiff, vs. W A. Baker, Defendant. NO. 7174 The above named defendant, W. A. Baker, will take notice that the above ! ,mo 1o,-r,f;flF Tt-qvo T!,l-flr ! the 18th day of July, A. D. 1922,' file j her petition in said District Court, ' within and for the County of Ellis, in the State of Kansas, against the said defendant, and that the said defend ant, XV. A. Baker, must answer said petition filed as aforesaid on or be fore the 5th day of September, A. D. 1922, or said petition will ba taken as true and a judgment rendered in said action against the said defend ant, W. A. Baker, divorcing said plaintiff from said defendant; and granting her such other relief as equity may require. James T. Nolan, Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest: R. A. Leiker, Clerk. 3w (L S) By V. A. Weigel, Dep. The A. F. Cochran Company of 280 Broadway. New York Citv and Hagerstown, Md., have recently pur chased from E. I. Du Pont de Ne mours & Company, Wilmington, Delaware, the so-called "Repurchase Stores" located at Hopewell, Virginia, Carney's Point, New Jersey (at Wil mington), and Parlin, New Jersey (at New York), consisting of: Valves and Cocks Wrought Iron and Cast Iron Pipe Ingersoll-Rand A. C. Parts Building Material Window Sash Steam Engine and Turbine Parts Pulleys, clutches and parts Chemical machine equipment & parts Chemical ware Chemical Stone Ware and Castings Conveyor, hoist and crarte parts Wood Pipe and Fittings for same Tools, taps, dies, grinding wheels Oils and greases Hardware and Plumbers' Supplies Wood Tanks (3500 to 11,000 gal. capacity) Chemical Laboratory supplies and in struments Brass, hronze, steel wire gauze and Screen perforated screens Packing and Pipe Covering of all sizes and description for hydrau lic, refrigeration and steam ser vice. Pipe Fittings Pumps and Parts Parts for Refrigeration equipment Terra Cotta Pipe Wire Window Glass Electrical Supplies Acid Retorts Gauges Industrial and Railroad material Boiler and Stoker parts Iron and Steel miscellaneous metals Approximately S 1.3 00.000 worth which we are offering you, subject to prior sale, at a price much less than the prevailing market of today. ine above materials are new. have never (been used, and many of them are still in the original containers. uur terms are: cash with order, or 25 deposit and balance sight draft with bill of lading attached. write for list of any items that! you are interested in. We also have a representative at each of the above mentioned places. All merchandise is subject to inspection. Our represent ative will 'be glad to call on you if you so desire. A. F. COCHRAN COMPANY Suite 12-14-16 Nogley Bldg., Hagerstown, Md. (First Published in the Hays Free Press. July 20. 1922.) PUBLICATION NOTICE B. F. Replogle and Claude A. Replose. Plaintiffs, vs. George S. Hoyt, Fannie Hoyt. his wife. Fan ni Hoyt. Executrix of last will of George S. Hoyt. and Wolfe, first name un known (husband of Mary C. Wolfe if she waa married), and each of them (if any) now living; the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, succes sors and assigns (if any) of each and all of the above named persons (if any axe deceased) who are now dead; Wm. (alias William) J. II. Goldring, if living, or, if dead, his unknown heirs, executors, ad ministrators, devisees, trustees and as signs, and Mary Goldring, his widow and sole devisee and executrix of his last will; Mary Goldring, if living, or her unknown heirs, executors, devisees, trustees and as signs, if she is dead: Caroline McDougall and Allen McDougall. her husband. Wil liam A. Goldring, Jaa. (James) H. Gold ring and Elixabeth Goldring, his wife, Samuel Goldring and Caroline Goldring, his wife. Nellie G. Elliott and William H. Elliott, her husband. Mary E. Dean. Nath aniel E. Dean. Edward F.-Goldring, James E. Goldring:. Ruth Goldring:, Kittie Gold ring:, Jessie Johnston and Johnston, her husband. Uattie Goldring:. Uattie E. Goldring:. Ed Goldring;, Edmund Goldringr, Edmund F. Goldring-. Nellie G. Elliott and Mary E. Dean ad Executors of the Last Will of Mary Goldring:, deceased. and each of them (if any) now living;, if they, or any of them, be now living:, the un known heirs, executors, devisees, trustees, successors and assigns (if any) of each and all of said persons above named who are now dead, if any of them are now dead; Elizabeth Goldring:, if living-, or, if she be dead, then her unknown heirs, ex ecutors, administrators, devisees, trustees and assigns (if any), and Thomas Mc Enery. Executor of the last will and trus tee of estate of said Elizabeth Goldring-. and William Edgar, Jennie Doctor, Richard Evans, known heirs at law and devisees, and James Doctor. Margaret I. Doctor, Genevera Doctor, Grace E. Doctor. Clara E. Rudd. Caroline McDougall. Walter R. MeDougall. Mary E. Relihan, Mabel Reitz, Ruth Goldring: and Edmund F. Goldring-, known devisees and legatees of said Eliza beth Goldring-, if she be dead, if they, the last above named persons, or any of them, be living ; and if they, said persons last above named, or any of them, are now dead, then also the unknown heirs, exec utors, administrators, devisees, trustees, successors and assigns of each and all of them (if any) now dead, - . Defendants. j NOTICE The State of Kansas to each and all of the ! above named, mentioned and described defendants : You and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Ellis County, Kansas, in the above entitled action, by B. F. Replogle and Claude A. Replogle. plaintiffs in said action, who have filed their petition therein against you and each of you; and that you, and each of you, must, on or before the thirty-first day of August. 1922. answer the petition of said plaintiiTs so as aforesaid filed against you in said action, or said petition will be taken as true and judgment rendered accordingly quieting the title of said plaintiffs to all of the following described real estate in Ellis County, Kansas, to-wit: The West Half. and the Southeast quarter, of Section eleven (11). township thirteen (13) south, range nineteen (19). west of the 6th P. M.. and forever barring- and excluding you and each of you of and from any and all right, title, estate, interest, claims or liens in, to or upon said real estate and every part thereof. Rea & Flood. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Attest: R. A. Leiker, (L S) Clerk of Dist. Court. 4t NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION State of KansaSi county of Ellis to whom it may concern: I I. M. A. Basgall, County Clerk of the above named county, have received a certi I fied list of the candidates to be made by each ! of the political parties of the State, and in I accordance with the provisions of law, I i hereby publish so much thereof as is ap- M- A- Basgall. County thereto the names and addresses of the candidates for the nomination by the several political parties as the same appear on file in my ofhce. The following candidates for nomination : of the several parties and their post oflice addresses following under their respective ' parties : REPUBLICAN ! Congressman. 6th District i (Vote for one) ! John M. Gray, Kirwin i Hays H. White, Mankato I Clerin Zumwalt, Ajcra Justice of the Supreme Court : Position No. 1. I (Vote for one) ; Richard J. Hopkins. Garden City j Silas Porter. Kansas City -1 Justice of the Supreme Court Position No. 2. j (Vote for one) A. A. Graham, Topeka . W. W. Harvey, Ashland ; Judson S. West, Topeka j Governor (Vote for one) ; W. P. Lambertson, Fairview i T. A. McNeal. Topeka I W. Y. Morgan, Hutchinson ' Mrs. W. D. Mowry, Kansas City j Helen Pettigrew, Kansas City I W. R. Stubbs. Lawrence Fred W. Knapp, Salina Lieutenant Governor (Vote for one) Ben S. Paulen. Fredonia Secretary of State (Vote for one) D. O. McCray. Topeka -Frank J. Ryan, Leavenworth State Auditor (Vote for one) Edgar W. Degan, Topeka Norton A. Turner, Russell State Treasurer (Vote for one) E. T. Thompson. Bellaire Attorney General (Vote for one) Frank G. Drenning. Topeka Charles B. Griffith. Ft. Scott John E. Martin. Alma Edward Rooney, Topeka Tom D. Smith. Hiawatha Hal R. Clark. Independence Superintendent of Public Instruction (Vote for one) Jess W. Miley. Girard Fred A. Seaman, Topeka Lorraine Elizabeth Wooster, Salina Superintendent of Insurance (Vote for one) Jacob J. Banks, Atchison A. C. Cartwright, Kansas City Emmet D. George, Council Grove Walter G. Herrick, Wellington Charles F .Hobbs. Baldwin William R. Baker, Topeka State Printer (Vote for one) B. P. Walker. Osborne Judge District Court, 23rd District (Vote for one) John R. Parson. WaKeeney I. T. Purcell. WaKeeney County Representative 89th District (Vote for one) County Clerk (Vote for one) S. S. Chittenden. Hays Probate Judge (Vote for one) F. E. McLain. Hays Superintendent of Public Instruction (Vote for one) Louis Christiansen, Smoky Hill Sheriff (Vote for one) Frank Loredrtpch, Hays County Attorney (Vote for one) James T. Nolan, Ellis County Commissioner, 1st District (Vote for one) Frank H. Atwood . Ellis Ellis Township Trustee (Vote for one) Sophus Johnson, Hays Pleasant Hill Township Committeeman 3rd Ward, Hays H. F. Addison, Hays DEMOCRATIC Congressman. 6th District (Vote for one) F. W. Boyd. Phillipsburg Serena Cleveland, Mankato James H. Egan. St. Francis G. A. Price. Hill City John E. Wilson, Osborne Justice of the Supreme Court Position No. 1. (Vote for one) William P. Dillard, Fort Scott Justice of the Supreme Court Position No. 2. (Vote for one) OtisS. Allen, Topeka Governor (Vote for one) Jonathan M. Davis, Bronson Leigh Hunt, Kansas City Henderson S. Martin. Lawrence Lieutenant Governor (Vote for one) J. W. Howe. Clay Center Secretary of State (Vote forgone) Ed Clemans. Long ton State Auditor (Vote for one) Dan N. Henry, Topeka State Treasurer (Vote for one) W. H. Kemper. Topeka Attorney General (Vote for one) C B. Little, Olathe x Superintendent of Public Instruction ""(Vote for one) C. A. Deardorff. Overbrook Bert Kesselring, Atwood Harry MeGuire, Kiowa J. V. Col rill e. Wichita Superintendent of Insurance (Vots for one) W. L. Biamey. Paola State Printer (Vote for one) L. G. Ballard. Topeka Judge District Court. 23rd District (Vote for one) J. C. RuppenthaL Russell County Representative fc 9th District (Vote for one) John O'Loughlin. Hays Thomas Hayes. Ellis County Commissioner, 3rd District (Vote for one) P. N. Dreiling, Ellis County Clerk (Vote for one) Alphonse P. Sta&b, Hays County Treasurer (Vote for one) Antonino Probate Judge Carl A. Engel, (Vote for one) John B. Gross, Hays Miles H. Mulroy. Hays Register of Deeds (Vote for one) Peter J. Rome, Victoria , County Attorney (Vote for one) Carl M. Holmquist, Hays J. P. Shutts, Hays Clerk of the District Court (Vote for one) Joe J. StroemeL Pfeifer Townships Big Creek Trustee (Vote for one) Trustee Jacob F. Arnhold. Hays Peter J. Quint, Hays Treasurer (Vote for one) John P. Weigel, Hays Clerk (Vote for one) Simon Roth, Hays Buckeye Trustee (Vote for one) Alois E. Karlin, Catherine Catherine Trustee (Vote for one) John J. Karlin. Catherine Raymond J. Staab. Catherine Treasurer (Vote for one) Albert A. Schmidt, Catherine Carl J. Staab, Catherine Clerk (Vote for one) Alois R. Staab, Catherine Jacob H. Staab, Catherine Ellis Trustee (Vote for one) Frank G. Erbert. Ellis John Huber, Ellis Treasurer (Vote for one) E. C. Waldo. Ellis J. C. Kippes, Ellis Clerk (Vote for one) Jos. Weigel, Jr.. Ellis Justice of the Peace (Vote for two) Robert Woodard Hamilton Trustee (Vote for one) John Sessin, Ellis Treasurer (Vote for one) Wm. Hagen, Ellis Clerk (Vote for one) Walter Heneke, Ellis Victoria Trustee (Vote for one) Alex J. Schumacher, Victoria Dan Dreiling, Victoria Jacob Goetz, Victoria Treasurer (Vote for one) Clemens Dinkel, Victoria Walker Trustee (Vote for one) Nick K. Kuhn, Walker Treasurer (Vote for one) ..... ........ ........i... t;;;;:;;;:rtT?.... ......................... ..,..... , I iitt ft i n Pri n I Agents for International Harvester Threshers, Headers, Mowers, P. & O. Plows, Listers, Weeders, Disc Harrows, Etc. Also agents for the Avery Trac tors and Threshers. We carry all kinds of get you repairs for almost ment. We also carry the famous Eternal Range ane Oil Stoves. Also Hudson, Essex and Oakland Automobiles. See us before you buy. o2)( 3 John J. Wasinger. Walker Clerk (Vote for one) U. G. 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Wilkens, McDonald State Printer (Vote for one) James Chase, Galena Pursuant to the foregoing, I hereby give notice that a primary election will be held on the 1st day of August. 1922, at which time candidates from the above list may be nominated by the various political parties of this state on their several tickets, and that the said primary election will be held at the usual polling places of this county, to wit : Big Creek Township in the Court House. Buckeye Township in school house School District No. U3 Catherine Township in school house. School District No. 4. Ellis Township South Ellis, in Keagy's Bldg. Ellis Township. North Ellis in G. A. R. Bldg. Freedom Township in school house. School District No. U4. Hamilton Township East, in school house, School District No. 52. Herzog Township, West, in school house. School District N.o 7. I E WD7YOE& Waiuts I Good things to eat. Our store is full of the very best obtainable. Our line of Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes will also please you. A trial will convince you. ar Phone 267 E-2AYS, KANSAS Lookout Township, north, in school house, School District Ul. Lookout Township, south, in school house. School District U2. Pleasant Hill Twonship, north, in school house. School District No. 32. Pleasant HilL south. in school house. School District No. 25. Riverview Township, in school house, School District No. 21. Saline Township, in school house. School District No. 89. Smoky Hill Township in school house. School District No. 15. Victoria Township, in school house. School District No. 6. .VeTTo vn,hip in hool hou. School District No. 10. JVhfjy.an'1. J?sD in school house. School District No. 8. Hays. First Ward, Hays, Second Ward. Hays. Third Ward. The hours of voting in aU precincts in the county will be from eight o'c:ock A. M until six o'clock P. M. Done at ray office in the City of Hays County of Ellis, Kansas, this 5th day of July. 1922. M. A. Basfrall. 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