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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 9 August 1913

FREE FRESS HARRY FREESE, Publisher. SLATS.. . KANSAS. For certain kinds of lassitude a fishing trip is not so bad. Yes, Bedelia, starvation is among those things which come to those who wait. "Love conquers all things," said Vir gil But he forgot the tight shoe with a corn inside it. When the automobile is used as an offensive weapon in war France will be a terrible opponent. Clutches and crutches are boon com panions when you happen to crank the auto with the former in. Our daily pleasure: Trying to keep the same umbrella in our possession for two consecutive hours. Ironical, indeed, is the dentist's com ment that it's a pleasant day, when you go to get a tooth pulled. Monday was washday in Uncle Sam's treasury, and we sent In a couple of dollar bills to be "degermed." Two women fought a duel with shears in Oakland, Cal. Is there a law against hatpins out there? It takes an automobile race to show how many things there are about one of the machines that can be broken. Careful exper...

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. — 9 August 1913

l ot ice of Delinquent . - Tas " i " f Connty Treasurer of I I-founty, KaoEas, f Kansas, jjy io.'i9lS. f. n is hereby rfvwthnt in - frrth yppr 1912 or I '-'lowirir trncts of 1ht? ." ' n W Sif-Mter in th f -- nf Ellin ml Stpte of r now dn ad nn ? ' -? that. vitiIors th ptne f -M nn or hf fore th fi"t - in Septeroh- to wit: 7 V. 8FPTEMBER 5 THE 2nd. 1913. --" . n that day and th next j. -..,i;n? dnyn nntil all of r ",ct of land nd towr c . . " sold proceed to pel) at :-''; sale at ray office in ;i 'ty. Kappas, so mnrh of f. 'ruct of land and town I " ' nvonptiry o par the r"1 of the. ar 1912 and the nn!ti end ost thereon. Rays Original Block . , 1 i?. ia, si a 27.29, 31. 83, 35, 9 3 . ft of 1, 3, 5 .-. 4 V . 4 3 : 25, 27.""""'"".'"."'"." :. 1. ; A -. 2 fl J k Of 2, 80. 32. 34. aft j Srf ft of ?S and R 25 ft of : 1'-. 57, 29. 31.33. 35,... 4 f X 25. 27, 29.31, 33.35. 30. 17.18.19.20. 22, 24,. . 7 . 7 .11 .11 91 r? j 95 srtWeet of 27 35 .3 .4" .41 .42 .4 .49 .49 52 52 fc 15. 17.. j ft;;...

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. — 9 August 1913

1 ! 'iff; Luncheon Delicacies rWJ Beef. w.f tUn HVcrr Smoked uai with a choice flavor that yoo will roacnibcr. Viena Saiaage juat risbt for Red Ho, or to one cold Try dxa erwd kke ic Cut ire bread in diia tiico. sprr-aj with creuned battel mad restore emit. Cut a Libby'iVioma Saaaaoeia halt, lenaibwiae. lay oa bread. Place on top ol the aua fcwthiBtSot.orL'MkletPkdde. Cot, with other shoe of bread, pra. hghiiy lortfatf. Al nace oa plate, aerre ganiMbed with paoley apcajra, Libby, McNeill A libby, Chicago .. ' --- V raw Pmhi i - m n J S BEAUTY OF PARIS French Metropolis a Wonderfully Interesting Place. Its Millions f People, Picturesque Streets, Fine Old Houses of Many Periods, and Marvelous Water Stretches Attractive. GOOD SAMPLE OF RURAL WIT Joke That Had Excellent Humor Without a Single Touch or Thought of Maltce. If there is a difference between rural wit and any other kind, it is this that rural wit is mellower in flavor. In this it resembles English wit; the rough corners have ...

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. — 9 August 1913

Afl SPn ST CfifU Las is a weeii; nnr YOU will have come ia vain unless you have visited our immense store some during the week. We carry everything dear to the nearcs or iaaies, ana genuemen roo. uur late summer and early rail goods are arriving daily and we invite a call, assuring the best goods at lowest possible prices. A full line of Novelties, the very latest in dress goods and other lines. The . "MOOLP', n Ho trouble to leigler Block, South side Son i Li SriJ l Now that you have decided to go to Colorado, let us tell you how to get there ! Let us match the wonder of these glorious mountains with a wonderful trip. Let us give you a cool ride to your cool vacation. Let us mstch 5 cur days of luxury with a trip of luxury. Let us start your vacation for you when you start not when you get there. Why High Schools Fall. "The high school is failing to solvo Its social problem for two reasons: First, because Its course is too nar row; second, because the method and scoria of ita teach...

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. — 16 August 1913

V) IN j j ) IN JX ; I 1 'OTP tcttc; flS VOLUME XXX. $1. A YEAR HAYS. E COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 16. 1913, NUMBER 41 lii- FARM L t IheCitizers' Slate Efcnfc wants to make your FABM LOANS. Be suie tcte tl cm lefcre giv ing your application. We went crr.e good Faim Loans, LOWEST RATE OF 1N1EREST IN the COUMY. Don't f ailLto see us. Citizens State Bank HAYS, - KAN SAS What interest do $ou pay? We have lots of MONEY TO LOAN onElIislb County Faims Money paid over without delay. No extra ComrnUsk n Lowest Rates We write INSURANCE in' IheBest Companies on Earth Companies that "are good all the time' Careful attention given to all business entiusted to us. J. M. Schaefer Loan and Ins. Co. 1 Our Motto : "Live and Let Live" A tEX SCHUELER, Jn & C0. ; For Ellis county, WeL Respectfully Implicit cwr vsirjtc' HAYS KANSAS We have an inlirnited amoirit pf money to lptn at a lowjrate of interest as can be obtained anywliere. rr eomi.nnnnallTr If ires' mnnPV Vmi Want to RAVP it Will HflV Vnil fr 5P...

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. — 16 August 1913

1 PRESS HARRY FREESE, Publisher. HAYS. ..... KANSAS. Joy riding under the moon is not so funny' unless one survives. Ever notice how many aviators have the late" before .their names? One Is sometimes tempted to think that there is too much weather. Rotation in office in Turkey Is ma terially assisted by the undertaker. Chicago women Just put their feet' down and they got the right to vote. Sooner or later every boy hopes to be addressed affectionately as "Old Scout." Why worry about the thermometer when it shows no such consideration for you? Shoes do not seem much lower in prices even after the heels have been removed. Philadelphia has just discovered that cool, fresh air is beneficial to Bchool rooms. Sand bathing is a popular pastime with the young people who have new bathing suits. Sweet are the uses of baseball ad versity to communities whose teams profit thereby. 4 The fond vacation plans of father are always- subect to revision by moth er and the girls. Another of the mysteri...

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. — 16 August 1913

Some of Continent's Altitudes. The maximum difference in eleva tion of land in the United States is 14,777 feet, according to the United States geological survey. Mount "Whitney, the highest pojnt, is 14,501 feet above sea level, and a point in Death Valley is 276 feet below sea level. These two points, which are both in California; are less than nine ty . miles apart. This difference is email, however, as compared with the figures for Asia. Mount Everest rises 29,002 feet above sea level, whereas the shores of the Dead sea are 1,290 feet below sea level, a total difference In land heights of 30,292 feet. Mount Everest has never been climbed. The greatest ocean depth yet found Is 32,088 feet, at a point about fifty miles north of the Island of Mindanao, in the Philippine islands. The ocean bottom at this point is therefore more than eleven and a half miles below the summit of Mount Everest. Wisdom. Boo-boo, the learned Punjahb, awoke, salaamed, and spoke. "He who hath a high forehea...

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. — 16 August 1913

IF Money to Lfsn cn Farm Security I have money t Lean cn fain ' security at as low rates as can te obto'r.e-d anywhere. Money on ' hand and paid over as cccn as papers are signed and title is perfect - YOXJ SAVF OJJ 7BE ISURACE RA1E Call on me in HAYS, Kansas W. OSB'A.NT, HAYS. KANSAS TVI IT G-hx-sts the well known Eye- ivil cPo S Cic. Sl-lSwpecialist & cpten-ietrist will stay a while longer in Ellis county, reed vrat his pa tients have to say of his work.. 1 can give many of that kind CodeJJ. EfiF, Jure 28, 1913 I Izre bfd my eyes tested ty 5 Jocculiats in the last 8 years. I went to Dr. Str&cee ar.d have enjoved myself immense ly since reeeivire gJaFtee cftim. trearirg hie plssees I bse foil I leellikea different pei son since ccnfc'erce in Lis wcrk. Jcftie McCord vv cn jobs wanted Feed and Livery Barn Henrv Staatz of Wakeeney was here j this week and rented the -Hollenbeck Pruitt bam on souttTChestnutBtreet and opened op a Livery & Feed barn. He has been in the busine...

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. — 16 August 1913

both in California, are lea , iJ .., tot and I a rood stimulant oi so" m At part. -ft the XX -r- ob pom ,oct will leave for him som '" - Mount nth marked de- level. Free Supplement Press Aug. 16, 1913 Y-'if vA v-- W y 't V- f-frg V--? V 'Y1 hjrt h After a pleasant visit here. Mr. King and wife have returned to tbeir borne in Illinois. Misses Vernie and Esther Keemsny der nave Rone to Denver on a vaea tion and to visit Mrs. Stoner. Mrs. J, J. Cerney of the Smokey country, who has been sick the oast tnree weeks is recovering ,ua. neeoer: jr. went to XL. C on Wednesday morning to accompany his sister. Mies Nellie, home, who is com ing on a visit. Judd Anderson and Bister Engleber ry of the Ogallah neighborhood. visited the Cerney ranche in the Smokey val ley this week. ine friends of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wise, who were here on a visit dur- ng Chautauqua week, left for home Thursday morning. Secretary Peter Johnson has receiv ed the $2000 check of the Woodmen society on the death of broth...

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. — 23 August 1913

SUU Historic! Sociflty i it VOLUME XXX. SL A TEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST. 23 1913, NUMBER 42 T'i. -W -ig v'v y.-tg v- v- v-- v-'- v y'g v 'y frf ijk 'j,. 5- 1 L Sl'GI So 1. CITIZENS STATE B M Havs Citv. K - . a? o y Y-'g J, Y-'g - - S- yg ANK-M aiisas Mfc i4f& A " ViT'' V?t ijP 'tyf JV W hat interest do yon. pa? 2B .' Wei have. Iota or MONEY TO LOAM ' EK-, oxElIisji, County Fannr!: Money paid over without delay. No extra Ccrxtniasitn - Lowest Rates Rewrite INSURANCE ia l 7he Beet Companies cn Eartli Companies that- "ere gccd all llie lime" Careful attention given to all business entrusted to us. J. M. Schaefer Loan and Ins. Co. Our Motto : "Live and Let Live" ALEX '-'SCHUEUR,; ,J6r. & 0. For Ellis county, kVe Respectfully, Solicit jour Bccincso J&A.YS KANSAS FEES PBEfS." Fest in theCo. Ifrs. Mary Jacob? w rt to Denver Scnday on a vacation viit fo frit nds Grandpa Dorney left Sunday morr irg for'Co'orado to look after his claim out there." Peter Rooth of Cath...

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. — 23 August 1913

FRE",I HARRY FREESE, Pbllsher. CULTS. KANSAS. ' This seems an age of big guns and big ships. Philadelphia may be a sleepy town, bat its ball teams play between naps. Thank goodness. Women ordinarily are not as reckless as the clothes they wear. Sleeping on the floor may be cool, tut very few floors are provided with springs. Perhaps the wooden nutmeg chap stored west and invented the hollow strawberry. Most of the bathtubs, unfortunate ly, are too short to be used as Bleep ing quarters. When a man sleeps on the floor in a hot night he finds it easier to get up in the morning. A German dentist has been sent to prison in England for five years as a spy. Evidently, he lost his accustom ed pull. A Milwaukee man had a close shave. An automobile dashed into the bar ber shop and knocked him out of the chair. A Chicago statistician says married people really live longer than single people that It doesn't merely seem longer. Some people expend so much effort getting ready for their vacations...

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. — 23 August 1913

1 Put On. "Is Dobbs a man of superior attain ments ?" "No. Merely of superior airs." - Mr. WInalow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces InCammv tioallaya pain.curea wind colic,2Sc a bottleJUv Would you try to flatter a married man by telling him that he doesn't look it? T I on't Be Grouchy" just because your Stom ach has "gone back" on you. There's a splendid chance for it to "come back" with the aid of " HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS It soothes and tones the tired nerves, promotes bowel regularity, aids di gestion and will help you back to health. Try it. I DAISY FLY KILLER STtSSr t is- tits. ' IIMl, clu, or i umnUl.ooOTulMt eh?. I. . t . all t.a..a. Htdt ( j mrta.1, katpilIor tip ! OTtr; will not aoll or Injara aajthlif . Ourutoed tltctlrki All dalror(MBi eipnu pa.id for tl.OS. UMU COKXZI. 11 BaJk At.. nok.ljm, K. T. Treat Them to the treat of treats VJ Ki always welcomed, by all, everyher? Sparkling with lSe-enghtfulIy cooling- VJ V i supremely wholesom...

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. — 23 August 1913

t Money to Loan on Farm Security I have money t Loan on fain security at as low rates as can be obtained ny where. Money on hand and paid 'over as scon as papers are ' signed ard title is perfect IP YOlJ WAIJT TO SAVE CK 1EE lUfcURAHCEHAlE Call on rce in HAYS, Kansas HATS A NT, KANSAS MT7 r? n rt the well known Eye- cJe iw CFavLtawpecialifct & cptt roetiitr, will stay a while longer in Ellis county. Peevl at his pa tients have to sev of his work 1 can cive rear y of that kind. CoderiXKae, Jure 28, 1913. Itaettd my eyes tested by 5 Jocculiets in the last 8 yeatB. I went to Dr. StrauEe and have enjoyed myself immense ly sicee receivirflr elarteB ct Jim. I feci like a d'fferent person since wearirjj hie rJf step. I have full cccfc'cree ir Mb wexk. Jetsie McCord Well Boriog Jobs wanted Having closed our farm business we are now prepared to give our whole time. We have been here over 30 years in this work, fully tmderdstand the soil fcimaticn and water question we can miaranty good w...

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. — 23 August 1913

everything J suggested .,U PeoP' Spend Their Leisure Hours me. Water Front--8t. Paul J. the -riv or art, a home, had ccr being, the wife and mother h ber paramount existence in tha A i i mas travala In n 1 . Free Press Supplement, Aug. 23, 1913 COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS Hays, Kansas, July 24, 1913, 8 a, m. The board met pursuant to adjourn ment, all members present and the County Clerk. The board went out to the Saline river and inspected a site for a bridge after which they returned and ad journed to Monday, July 28, 12 m. The board met pursuant to adjourn ment all members present the County Attorney and the County Clerk. The following bills were submitted, viz: The Leavenworth Bridge Company. Pfeifer Bridge Superstructure $4640.00 " Substructure 3450.00 Williams 1350.00 Vine 2640.00 Schoenchen Bridge 4390.00 Meserve Bridge Superstructure 4640.00 " Substructure 3,680.00 Under Item "C" $16.00 per cubic 7ard are to be added to each bridge and under Item "D" $12,00 per cubic yard are ...

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. — 30 August 1913

Stttt. Historical Sociaty 'X' VOLUME $1. A TEAK HAYS, ELLIS CCimTY. KANSAS, AUGUST 30. 1913, NUMBER 43 1 1 i H I In IT Jill 3 1 4 A 8- If: If a i U HI ! 4 Y ft .!) : - -ir V. : i :1 1 - " -t. E fcy 0,r v V1--' v.- V1- crest i'd ' tJ vJy U U y . c j - -r V r n i LLa u y O)o CZEMS, STATE BANK w bat in We- havctf bts of MONEY 'TQJLO AM ' o&jEiIis County Farxnr Mocey jpsJtQ over without delay. No extra Ccmjuisaicn Lowest Rate We write INSURANCE in The Best Ccsrpanies cn Earth Companies that "are gocd all the time Careful attention given to all business entiusted to us. JM.Schaefer Lean sridyiiis. Co. Our Motto : "Live and Let Live uiritri i For Ellis county, . CkWe RecpectfulyfoRcit yovr Bvainecs MYS KANSAS We havefanunlimitedarriourit of xnoriey tp loan at a low or semi-annually. If its money you QUICKservice and no fhone Mrs. Leahy and daughter have re tu rncd from their vacation trip to the QOUEtaiDB of. Colorado. The Lutheran Aid society meet on Thursday afteiroon next at the he...

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. — 30 August 1913

HARRY FREESE, Publisher. BATS. ..... - KANSAS. Man who rocks the boat will be on duty. Turkey has nowhere in particular to go but out. Spend your vacation and your money well. Any Hydroaeroplane that turn3 som ersaults is too versatile. Something should be done to con serve the parachute jumpers. The open season for sitting down pn lemon pies at picnics is on. A woman suffers more from a freckle than a man suffers from a boil. Too many people wait for something to come around instead of chasing.lt around. With the weather, as with nearly everything else, moderation is a car dinal virtue. Even the barbers complain of the high cost of living, although they live on shavings. It is hoped that none of the passen gers on an aeroyacht will be tempted to rock the boat. The Black Hand has demanded $1, 500 from a minister. Some people tbink it's the heat. What with recent styles In women's skirts, men are all getting like the London 'bus conductor. Death notice of Chinese doctor who claims he...

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. — 30 August 1913

Uncle Sam Manufactures WASHINGTON. In the midat of the ponderous national duties which constantly beset him. Uncle Sam finds time to indulge In the occupation of toymaker, an occupation -which makes him beloved by children and admired by grown-ups who may never hope to see the mighty originals of the won derful toys. Three rooms in a tiny brick build ing, tucked away in a secluded corner of the Washington navy yard, where the thunder of giant machinery mak ing mighty guns is shut out and the everlasting crashing of metal is faint and dim, constitute the toy shop for things marine. Six of Uncle Sam's most able assist ants, all experts in tkeir line, are em ployed here steadily turning out the expensive playthings. There Is one workman laboriously threading wire into a long cage. Here is another slowly carving with small instruments many pieces of wood that dovetail Jackson Monument Guns WITHIN the circular fence which girdles the green mound on which the Jackson monument stands 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. — 30 August 1913

Dairy Maid Cream Separator T-A '' -V.-' ' : i i N.N0x".' Before lujicg jd Frfire do ret ft il tc cine becj let vt figure with yao, Otr lire it ttnjltte, itrfiip frrir. 1 tt Ei tcnt-pir. Air, Ecpper or Tar. k cooled. G&Etkre ci Eircttie. Sillier t rv, IcilttJe trd Tisclcrs. We aleo have kae tie tf ercy fcr tic o d xe! sbk KcCtimick line of Harvests? fc'ictirtiy, no cuij atinjlt's euol ol rt pairs fcrstiie. Webber wagtcs, Jtctfcvilie Gccf ai c Sc;l t j pic e, I-1 rry eli If f ard all ether fsmjtccte cep bt jcicbeftd fum is at tie right prices. Also Tfce Keystone Disc Harrows. Satisfaction guaranteed. D. H. Early loni C. Schwaller's Sons Dealers In E il HAYS KS LiM Sfungfes, Lime, Cement I Coal 5 Barbed Wire 9 W hat alary Do Ycu Draw? Too rrery men give rrcie atterticn to ? vhat salary they drew than to what sala J ry they save - - it's ret what a man a makes but what he SAVES that males caving is greater him Independent, art than gaining. An acccrnt with this Bank offers a saving ...

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. — 6 September 1913

(till Riflicrical Socistj ' rcntp JCT u? TIP nx ixi VOLUME XXX. L A TEAR HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 6 1913, NUMBER 44 7' V St it x n. . jl. . . . t i - -5 V,,f' vA VH? V''"4 ijvv jpfc jk Mjf v1 ram L (US 31 So " 13-"5-- " -3" : - a tLajTAaa-i iLPjraixn vA lays City, Kansas v- v1 vJ'r v' A?? fr'ifch f'-iffc firlp-k frifh fri fhf& icA ' IS hat interest do yon pay? MONEY TOXOAN . I; on ; Ellis County Faims:; iMoncy palB over without delay. Ko extra Coxr.xxjitsicn Ljwest Rates'... We write 1NSLFANCE in The); Best Cosnpanies on Earth Companies that "are gocd all the, ti:e, Careful attention given to all business entxusted to us. I MIMydhaefer Lean endyliis. Co. fcr . iT'Our Motto : "Live acd Let Live A1W . ?Cf WIi'tiltD ! p, fin Fori Ellis! ccunly, 0e Reipectfully Solicit sewriEvoireto KANSAS HAYS Herman Feitz left Sunday for Da kota to work at an engineering job with the tkreehert. llarkwell's were kept tcey all this week eelling bcoke, etc., to the Nor mal and Public sch...

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. — 6 September 1913

HARRY FREESE. Publisher. HATS. KANSAS. Can Dot Maxim invent a silencer? soup Where, oh -where is the sea ser pent of yesteryear? The new bathing suits have noth ing on current fashions. Complaints of latest Bkirts getting bfcggy at the knees are heard. There seems to be more strong headed than strong minded people. Is any bridegroom ever in a perfect ly "fit condition of mind" to marry? Among the terrifying possibilities of nomenclature is hydroaeroterreoplane. Fashion decrees that women must wear less. Going pretty far. isn't it? It doesn't take an aiienist to tell us women "doll up to attract men. A Parisian scientist has discovered billions of germs in a mud pie. Who cares ? Married men live longest, statistics Bhow. At that, many bachelors livo too long. Notwithstanding that Chicago may have few nervous people it has plenty of nervy ones. We tremble to think what a woman voter could do to a voting machine with a hatpin! Imagine woman fishing for a car ticket when the new "skirts...

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