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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 6 September 1913

FEATURE FILM Burning of Old Family Home Saved Son's Farm From Fore closure Proceedings. By AUGUSTUS GOODRICH SHER WIN. When the movies came to Brook dale Mrs. Hayden took a great inter est In their doings. She and her crip pled husband lived a mile from town along the river. It was there that the motion picture men made their camp. The scenery was wild and beau tiful, just the spot to furnish the . frame, for almost any vernal drama. John Hayden bad not seen her so spry and animated for years. He was glad to note her interest in trifles and the household cares of years wear ing away from her. All the same he. did this with a suppression of sad ness she never penetrated. It was with an aching heart, and that heart beating next to a certain letter he had received and kept secret from her, that the old man smiled at her simple joyousness. "Just think of it, John," she said, "only two weeks more and we start for the boy's farm! Did I show you the photograph he sent me of the dear place,...

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. — 6 September 1913

Dairy Maid Cream Separator Before ljiDE ft.f. do net Ml 2ThS, or Oor lire I, ..nrlete. r.rpirp fro JC bo" f' iael(7B. T.r.kcooUd. G6s.Ier..-or f fcfC1 ,t'!"'rJ' , WcCc,ii,ick lme of We.Uobave bae the egtr.cy for the o.d jel ebU Webber w.gc. JEr,vie C. j , Also all other farmMcoiB car. be purchased frcm is at iw i.gu & Keystone Disc Harrows. Satisfaction guaranteed. P. H. Early s C. Sclwaller's Sons Dealers In LUMB El Shingles, Lime, Cement Coal ex Barbed Wire i! HAYS What Salary Tco many men give rrcre attention to what salary they drew then to what sala ly they save males hut what him Independent, art than gaining. An account saving oppcrtuxsity. Tie First Ksiicusi Bask j Hays Kansas fiij 3 f if i Kyi iisii&su 3? d W S X So-" EoSaaS fs 5S P B . 'f?5Biiagt pica st la- ss I f I s j l V CP i s. g i r i S 13 eis-1-s?li Is i- -If I i-t ; i OBS KS Do Ycu Draw? it's ret whet a roan SAVES that males Savir g is a greater with this Eank offers a Sterl it Tc lCsy. I ON EVERY I FTADKyl...

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. — 13 September 1913

State Historical Social s ill) rug nj i in A. A VOLUME XXX. $1. A YEAR HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 13 1913, : , NUMBER 45 j p j m. 4 4 OS A Si r V1''' vJ''" v' vV v' V, v3''-? jjf r, "hi. Ji'ii ?i4i' l4i J LJ ham V JU U U U r Mc 4. "-" S- - 5 T1ZENS' STATE BANK ays City, Kansas - f fc Miss Lacie Snyder left this week for ber school duties at Decatur, Ills. Quite a number of the south Smoky people are moving to Canada. Stant Freshour of the Smokev have their daughter attending High Bcbool. Mr. Pierce'and wife are home from their vacation visit and saw the fair at Stockton and enjoyed it. There are several advantages in getting your FARM Loan of the Cit izen's State Baok at Hays, Kansas. - The official 'weather1" record shows the month of AuguBt this year was'the hottest, dryest, sunshiniest August and month in 25 years. Sunday we had a rain about 26 drops in a place, but others had rain. Here in Hays during Monday night we had a nice shower. South of the Reservation n Wed n...

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. — 13 September 1913

PRESS HARRY FREESE, Publisher. BAYS. KANSAS. Returned vacationers eeem glad to Set back. ' Laundries and soda fountains are do 9ng a booming business. A little summer now and then Is rel ished by the fattest men. No diamonds will be mined after 122Z. Again we should worry. Young men who take young women canoeing should hug the shore exclu sively. But you can often find some perfect ly good men on the shady side of the street. Strained relations again exist be tween the girl who tans and her chum who freckles. Chicago alienists pronounce love a form of insanity. Every one of them married, no doubt. These are terrible days for the man who has contracted with himself tc color a calabash pipe. It requires a stronger constitution to endure a vacation of one day than a vacation of two weeks. It is a real mean husband who will command his wife to do a thing that he knows she wants to do. We have pity for the man who has "St. Vitus' dance, but none for the man who has tango or turkey trot- ...

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. — 13 September 1913

7 liV When a girl la hard to please Eh la seldom worth the trouble. .' Jr.Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces in Ha mm sl tion,Haya paln.curea wind college a bottl&isr When a, man acquires peck of trou ble It looks to him like a bushel and a half. The rich mellow quality of LEWIS' Sin gle Binder 5c cigar jrivea the highest pleas ure in smoking. Adv. ' Scare. ' "They say bread is rising." "Isn't that terrible!" 'No; it's the yeast in It." What We Are Coming To. The capitalist colored when he spoke of the check that hungin a neat frame over his desk. "A bit of sentimental Ism," said be; "the first billion I ever made!" The Tender Skin of Children Is very sensitive to heat. Use Tyree's Antiseptic Powder for all summer skin affections. It quickly affords the little sufferer relief. 25c. at druggists or sample sent free by J. S. Tyrea, Chemist, Washington, D. C. Adv. No Well One Pays. "They talk, about lawyers' dishon est accumulations, but look ...

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. — 13 September 1913

Dairy Maid Cream Separator -mm, ; 1 ! 1 Before tujing t n Eifricc e net ft il to rtne eiC hi ur- figure itb yu, Oor line i ct n iktc, it i j ii : frtrr .1 Ei hrtf pvtr. ir, tepjeror TaBk cooled. Gtsoki t cr Etrr f tr e. t ntior s t: ., Tnlk tis Tmius. We also have have tie it trey fcr the -c d rei til cCtimick line of HaryeetiKg Mscbirtry, ti d C8?iy e ccn r.lfci sticl oi r i a fcreirre. Webber wagecs. Jtnc Evilie Gcrp ai d Stl 13 pic r, I rry eli'.is trd all other f 8i DjIuc e ctr bt t uichf fed frt m vb &t tl e r gi v jnceB. Aleo TfeeKayitone Disc Harrows. Satisfaction guaranteed. D. H. Early C. Schwallcr's Dealers In L Rth Shingks, Lin:e, Cc ircnt Coal 5 Barbed Wire HAYS I What Salerv Do Ycu Drew? Too rrary nncn give rrcre zfterticn to S whet salary they dixw tlen to v 1 r t sala & S ry they 'save - - it's ret wrrt e rrr n a f makes but whet he AE tl tt rreles j him Independent. Sairg is a greater S art than gaining. f An account with this EedIc cfleis a I X saving cppcit...

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. — 20 September 1913

H.tte Historical S03i 1 n n n n rvcr 01. a VOLUME XXX. $1. A YEAR HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 20 1913, NUMBER 46 I H K i i -J. i vi. Y'st V"- V--" tt VC 51 " s .- "2- - - 5 LCrnZENS'i STATE BANK Hays City, Vv4? ?6pS. frjpK fru What Interest do you pay? We have an unlimited amount" of money to loan on Ellis and Rush county Farms' at : Lowest Ratef Annualjor-semi-annual " with privelege to payfprincipal at any time,!;; Money paid as soon as papers are signed Remember, we pay - QBsSOSEi. Where others promise. HI No extra? commission HIS Sari.' rrj.- .. . . . ir inrin j. M. Schaefer Loan andjlns. Co. ALEX SCHUEIM, Jr. iloiadedJ Abstractors tffiilik..FbrEllis We Respectfully Solicit your Busireto ' U M . We have an unlimited amount of.'money to loan at a low or semi-annually .! If its money you Mrs.Gartland ia home from her trip toIColorado. AttheIPreBbyterian church this Son- iajjthelmorninff sermon will be "The Bride of Christ.' Communion service ad all members are urged to a...

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. — 20 September 1913

REE HARRY FREESE. Publisher. BATS. - KANSAS. Vacation means a change a great deal of it, in fact. - J07 riding under the mosn ie not so funny unless one survives. Almost anybody can forget an en gagement with the dentist. Yuan Shih-kai things that much of the republic of China is under his hat. Among the terrifying possibilities of nomenclature is hydroaeroterreo plane. At least Newport has cut "rag" dancing. Possibly they are doing it for effect. Though Cleveland is 117 years old. there is nothing decrepit about its ball playing. No one really feels at home In a strange city till he gets his name in the directory. Man seeks divorce because his wife's rat showed. Must have been a modest husband. Astonishingly few of the young women on the rear seats of motor cycles fall off. The man who has enough patience to look for four-leaf clovers has no reason to be a bachelor. Two joy riders have been handed prison sentences. After a while the others may take the hint. The New Jersey bank tha...

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. — 20 September 1913

i i t- -i : ipMllillpipl 2 lit? JsA.eec Autos for the Cabinet a WASHINGTON. The requisition of Secretary of Labor William B. Wilson for three automobiles, two for personal and one for departmental use. has brought up the subject of the private use of government con veyances. The demand for automobiles by the secretary of labor is based on the claim that "it is just as cheap .now to purchase, maintain and oper ate a motorcar as it is a horse and wagon or buggy." The government provides four or five automobiles for the president, one for the vice-president, one for the speaker of the house and one for the public printer, and carriages and horses for the members of the cabinet and their assistants. Cabinet mem bers have two-horse cartages and their assistants single horse coupes. The White TTdiiha min mat fnftm $4,500 to $6,000. Ex-Speaker Joseph G. Cannon rode in a large, handsome $6,000 car, but Speaker Champ Clark has declined to use ' an automobile of any kind. Vice-President Thoma...

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. — 20 September 1913

Dairy Maid Cream Separator I; . i I N$ 1 1 mSm Refnr. 1 nvicr cr Firir.e dc net fil to cfnf sre 1st if figc-re with you, Our line isccnpUtc, rrrshg frcrr 1 tc K: lent Ttv.tr. Air, Bcpper or Tack cooled. GtscUrecr Kerceere. bntici i ri , Hniciem .ijbciuib. Wealeo have have tbe agercy for tie c d rejiable McCoimick line of HarveitiFR Mscfcirtry, srd carry a crir-tltie E'tcfc oi rcpaii? ior efir.e. Webber wagcns, JaceevHIe Gtcp aicSu tiy pic, Ecrcy eiiiee ard all other faimStcols can be pcrcbsicd irtm te at tie right prices. Also The Keystone Disc Harrows. Satisfaction guaranteed. D. H. Early & Sons C. Schwaller's Sons L I Dealers In M B- Shingles, Lime, Cement Coal K Barbei HAYS KS "r'UfUfc ?2 MR 3 He The Mew Deere Sang Hie Only Plow That Has BoiSa Foot-Oil and Manti-Iift Besides yon' 11 find that the very Name Joha Deere on any plow insures a lasting Satin to joa in Service and Durability. Tnere is no plow made tiat has a better or easier Foot-Lift than the New'Oeero and it also ...

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. — 27 September 1913

Slits Historical Society Tl 1 M7 HI VOLUME XXX. $L A TEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY. KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 27 1S13. NUMBER 47 . r i Mi! V I 1 -A I J - V.f' V''' V"' i- 'y -1" Vji lays Qty, Kansas "3- I i'r V -,T,"5 iv &&rk fr'jti'h What Interest Wej have an unlimited amount of money to loan on Ellis and Rush county Farms at i Lowest Rate of Interest. 'tl Annualcrfsemi-annuar interestffpayinents, withfprivelege to pay principal at any time. g . ? Money paid vas soon - "k'i-i ' d : t iszjxj. xxciiicinuer, mJ? k Wnere INo extra CSS? J. M. Schaefer ALEXkiSCHUELEE, Jr. & C& & im&mmmM M r orgEUisgcounty,S HAYS. We have"anfunlimited!amount.ofmoney to loan at a low or Am;nniialltf Schlyer & Arnold eot in another car of buggies and carriages this week. The Directoriifand stockholders of Yocemento Cement Plant were here this week'and held a meeting out; at the plant. Hays is getting toney. Five profes sional nurses from the east were tak ing care of patients last Sunday in o...

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. — 27 September 1913

FREE PRESS HARRY FREESE. Publisher. HATS- KANSAS. Joy. riding Is a mesBylorm of selX idestruction. A worker Is' always welcomed back ifrom his vacation. It's an ill mannered wind that blows the slashed skirt loo far. How roseate would life be were it 3ust one ball game after another! I There Is no such thing as a hob Tole skirt race. It is a jumping con gest. When men wear split trousers they will be willing to vote for woman suf frage. ' - Almost anybody can reform his own j jcurrency by making it go runner ana less fast. The fellows who formerly rocked the boat are now taking girls up in i aeroplanes. The fellow who goes around with chip on his shoulder is generally a blockheac". We are advised not to frown at the cook. Few people have the moral courage to do that. Bichloride of mercury seems bent upon winning the belt so long in pos session of 'the unloaded gun. A leading German tenor has been sent to jail. We would like to be a judge in this town for a few days. Doctors and nurs...

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. — 27 September 1913

it w I v ti u a it Dairy Maid Bafar toying an Esf ia do to8. Our line ia complete, rangirg Tank fled. Gaaolene or KercEC. Station ry, Portable and Tractors. We also bare have the asencT SarreitJrs Machinery, and carry a completa ateok of repairs for nci. Webber wagons, Janerrille Gang ard Suliey plows, Herny Teblcfes and aD other fsrxrf tools can be purcbared frcm cs at tte right prices. Also Tie Keystone Disc Harrows. Satisfaction guaranteed. B. H. Easier Somi C. Scliwal Deal Shingles, M Goal 3 Barbed Wire n V Pi tely Kew Thai Caw Bt2a VV f in r . Foot-UQ and Mand-ffifff. 11 i I I i J . Batides yoa'll fiad that the very Kama "iakai D.t u t . I j I i V I A I jaXoaIaaroaandDurIbUi. unr o any plow ia svaa a lattQ 14! 1- 4. I 1 fij Tr ia DO clow laadn that . r rr . ... . . 111' 1 tVl foSd oa other makiTiiyi CI&P tis JiXfein Icraj . I H I ) V'f cf nziu on each wteelTSaVr f ZUs JT0?lr n ' 4 ? v csa. est ppcjassss t every Worlds Fair 4 . cud latsrsrlss Espositloa sines i'" .tbHy a Dr3...

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. — 27 September 1913

FREE PRESS HARRY FREESE, Publisher. JSAT8. KANSAS. One way to keep cool: with a" Boston girl. Try to fiirt ; Chicago's policewomen are not to be armed with, hatpins. Something should be done "to make raiirder unfashionable. -A mother-in-law is a dangerous. per son o play jokes on. unless the prank proves fatal. Nearly all the popular songs are Improved in their parodies, which are not necessarily witty, either. And with all this women's dress agi tation, on one has suggested the aboli tion of the hard boiled hat for me. That expert who declared that eggs 100 . years old are . better than fresh ones probably never had the pleasure of having a few bad eggs hurled at him. Our profound conviction is that any bachelor's chances of winning a wife are greatly lessened by his exhibiting hlmselt in. a . pitilessly revealing bath ing suit. The transparent skirt is surely doomed now. A team lost a ball game the other . day because the players were all watching' a girl who was wearing one. ,It ...

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. — 27 September 1913

1NC3N CI1Y 5IDDHJlis5 Statistics Show Passing WASHINGTON. Here is something that will surprise you. In spite of the tremendous growth ef mechanically propelled vehicles, the "horseless age" which has so often been heralded as just about to arrive is net in the offing, apparently it is not even "en route;" today there are more horses in the United States than here have been since the time when the mind of the census man runneth net to the contrary. And not only this, but horse3 today haye a far greater value than they had a dozen or more years ago, when the first workable "horseless carriage" poked its crude nose over the horizon and threatened to sweep all hcrsedom Into the discard. Furthermore, those poor relations of the. horse the mules, the asses, and the burros have also increased in number and in value. ' In short, all our old-fashioned four footed means of traction can kick their Washington Furnishes Prize Summer Fish Story FISH stories may go and fish stories may come, but t...

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. — 27 September 1913

Mg2 H 3ase oleamng maae easy Born, to a son. Mr- add Mr?. Vie Holm, Tke WIZ UID PRODUCE CO. is the le? 'er r.nd their products are unequaled for house cleamkg. At the UK blUKiL a complete line of their products are on display. Wizard Dust Mopsfor polished floors Wizard Carpet Cleaner for finest jug3 and carpets Wizard Sweeping Compound for stoves, offices, halls and church.es Wizard Furniture and Floor Polish used on the finest furniture and floors ' Wizard Broom- Covers used for cleaning walls and ceJing The Wizard Dust Cloth absorbs the dust and bright ens up the furniture These cleaning products are just what ycu need to get rid of the dirt and make daily house cleaning mucn easier, ai RS. MARKWELL'S book store. CM 4 J beot L ana r juifil, ui oa Sale Oct. 10 JState. Normal notes Mil A These low fares are effective for 16 daye Jonly. If vou consider moving to California this is your opportunity " to go out and look over the ground. Liberal stopover3 allowed; visit Denver and Salt ...

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. — 4 October 1913

flail Historical Society Ji inl try Jlliiai 11- I t 11 1 A 4 1 A l ? i i 'ik 1 VOLUME X. $L A TEAR HAYS, ELIIS COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 4 1913, NUMBER 48 V''. A V-1'l VH? V V-? ,tr. vjv' j4i 3-2jfifc 4v S . 5" "-S ! .3" tu l r 'i i i ! K . X CITIZENS' STATE 1 4 3 CE .f1 jgjT 7:ifK ?7AfC What Interest do you pay? cvt. We; have an unlimited amount of money to Joanxon Ellis and Rush county Farms at Lowest Ratefof Jnterest ! AnnualjorJsemi-annual interestpayinents, with privelege tofpayfprincipal at any time, Moneypaid as, soon as papers are signed Remember, we oav E7jj ffuerq uuicrs promise 5E No ' extra xomn ission J. M. Schaef er; Loan and JTns. Co. i MkLEXgGHUELE, , Jr. & 0 v Wet, Respectfully SBIicit your Businccs KANSAS Oar former townsman and mecban6 Mr. Butler of LaCrospe, wa in town Wednesdav ihakinsr hands with friends Miss Edith Courtney of Wakeeny and Mr Montgomery of Lineoln were in town'laBt'week visiting with friend There are several advRntaare in eettlnff yoar FARM Lo...

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. — 4 October 1913

HARRY FREESE. Publisher. E3A.TS. ----- , - KANSAS. Yes. the climate is changing almost very day. The stage has had some daring ex amples in dress set for it by the street. Now the sad fact has been discov ered that money, of all things, wont "wear in the wash. Pardon the seeming irrelevancy of the question, gentle reader, but are you still swatting the. flies? Any man who will go wrong over the slit skirt is the kind of man who is due for trouble, anyway. It is commonly conceded that one of the very best looks with which to repel mashers is a bedraggled look. Much fun is poked at the borrower. What would the lender do with hia money if there were no borrowers? Diving is a pleasing and picturesque pastime, but one that can be pursued without peril only in familiar water. If it becomes the custom to fill them with money before presentation. lov ing cups will truly deserve the name. Probably one of the first objects .TOUghty the housemaids union will ! be the abolishment of the housema...

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. — 4 October 1913

Fine Laces Within Reach of AH hysiclaiis Recbmmeiid Castorla When a woman suffering from some form of feminine disorder is told that an operation is necessary, it of course frightens her. The very thought of the hospital operating table and the surgeon's knife strikes terror to her heart, and no wonder. It is quite true that some of these troubles may reach a stage where an operation is the only resource, but thousands of women have avoided the necessity of an operation by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This fact is attested by the grateful letters they write to us after their health has been restored. These Two Women Cary, Maine. "I feel it a duty I Owe to all suffering women to tell what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did for me. One year agx I found myself a terrible sufferer. I had pains in both sides and such a soreness 1 could scarcely staignten up at times. My back ached, I had no appetite and was so nervous I could not sleep, then I would be so tired mo...

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. — 4 October 1913

House Cleaning made easy The WIZARD PRODUCE CO. is the leader and fheir products are unequaled for house cleanikpr. At the BOOK STORE a complete line of their products are on display. Wizard Dust Mopsfor polished floors - Wizard Carpet Cleaner for finest rugs and carpets Wizard Sweeping Compound for stoves, offices, halls and churches Wizard Furniture and Floor Polish used on the finest furniture and floors Wizard Broom Covers used for cleaning walls and ceJIng , The Wizard Dust Cloth absorbs the dust and bright ens up the furniture These cleaning products are just what you need to get rid of the dirt and make daily house cleaning much easier. At R. S. MARKWELL'S BOOK STORE. PUBLIC SALE Friday, Oct 24 At our ranch on the Saline river. 125 head registered Hereford cattle 1 25 high grade Herefords; hogs, horses Mules, farm machinery of all kinds Easy terms, See the discriptive bills Begin sale at 1 0 a m. Lunch at noon Oeane Brothers New Meat Market Franc KING has opened a Meat market...

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