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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 11 October 1913

n n n f M H ii H H R 11 rM 1- VOLUME XXX. $L A TEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 11 1913, NUMBER 49 ii ) i h Pa v' s,'r' VTf 't'ifK Irttf iti 4v SI I Liu buL - 5-is CITIZENS' STATE BANK Hays City, Kansas ,T, Vv''5? V' 'T'5? V-Tf v' ' "4k few What Interest do you pay? WeJhaveran unlimited amounted money to loan on Ellis andRushFcounty Farms at Lowest Ratefof Interest. Annual orsemi-annualinterest2 payments, withirivelegeltofpayjprincipal at any time, Money2paidasIsoon "as papers are signed Remember,e pay Where others promise No extra comn ission J. M. Schaef er Loan and Ins. Go. ALEX SCHUELE1, Jr. fiCO; We Reepectfuily Solicit your Bueincccfj HAYS i(QK We have anunlimitedamount of money to loan at a low rate of interest 8s can be obtaired or3emi-annually.SBI.If its money you want to SAVE it: wil1 Pay yu tosce-us before making a - .Only about 2 miles from Hays: A bargain for someone. Price almost cut into.iBe sureland see me quick. Terms to suit. No Agents or commission. Gsis8...

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. — 11 October 1913

f-ret.e: press HARRY FREESE, - Publisher. BAYS. - KANSAS. It is' claimed that the silt skirt origi nated in Teheran. Tee-hee! Aa a center of news New York la imore prolific than the whole of Eu rope. ' It Is a real honor for a peer to show himself to be the peer of a practical aviator. There Is one thing about It: Not every woman 13 qualified to wear the X-ray skirt. A real good husband is one who will allow his wife the credit for the successful garden. Some men are such good managers that they can have hay fever on a aalary of $15 a week. A Boston choirmaster is being sued for breach of promise. He must have promised the girl in a falsetto. Hitching your wagonto a star Is all right, young man. but don't loan your automobile to a vaudeville star. Does it come under the head of ;precocity If a child les3 than a year old undergoes the appendicitis opera tion? An authority says that, rich people live longer than poor people. Still a lot of people persist In being born poor. Who is goi...

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. — 11 October 1913

of new and partly worn goad B toe RUNSWICK Fridi A TTTVTUT" nam am Oct.! 17th 1 ay tli H ouse ci eanihg made easy The WIZARD PRODUCE CO. is the leader and their products are uneaualed for house cleanilcir- At. tho ROOTT STOPP. Kne of their products are on display. Wizard Dust MopsTfor 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 cexling The Wizard Dust Cloth absorbs the dust and bright ens up the furniture These cleanincr nroducts are iust -wVmt vnn tip fn r r-iA dirt and make daily house cleaning much easier. At R. S. MARKWELL'SSBOOK STORE. PUBLIC SALE Friday, Oct 24 At our ranch on the Saline Twr 1 25 head registered Hereford cattle 125 high grade Herefords; hogs, horses Mules, farm machinery of all kinds Easy terms, Begin sale at Deane JBrottiers See the discriptive bills 10a...

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 October 1913

f"F2iz:e: press HARRY FREESE. Publisher. HATS. KANSAS. One way to keep cool: .Try to filrt with a Boston girl. Chicago's policewomen are not to te armed with hatpins. ; Something should be done to make murder unfashionable. A mother-in-law is a dangerous per son to play jokes on, unless the prank proves fatal. Nearly all the popular songs are Jmproved 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 himself in a pitilessly revealing bath ing suit. The transparent Bkirt 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 is hard to d...

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 October 1913

ft , ;.v7 . 71 I 1 10 Mrs YOUNGER Since Lydia E. Pinkham8 Vegetable Compound Re stored Her Health. LonisviHe, Ky. "I take great pleas Tire in VrtltMi'tO inform you of what Lycua i inkham a Vegetable Com pound has done for me. I was weak, nervous, and cared for nothing but sleep. Now I can, go ahead with my work daily and feel ten years younger than before I started taking your medi cine. I will ad visa any woman to consult with you before going to a doctor." Mrs. Inize Wn US, 2229 Bank St., Louisville, Ky. Another Sufferer HelieTed. Komayor, Texas. "I suffered terri bly with a displacement and bladder trouble. I was in misery all the tima and could not walk any distance. I thought I never could be cured, but my mother advised me to try Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound andI did. " I am cured-of the displacement and the bladder trouble is relieved. I think the Compound is the finest medicine on earth for suffering women." - Mrs. "Viola Jasper, Romayor, Texas. If yon want special...

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 October 1913

I r i ; 1! Ever notice how often a discarded newspaper is turned to tKe "Classi fied Advertising" page? 9f Want ads are among the most thoroughly used columns of the daily press. You can scarcely fail of results when you use classified ad. Www W TNFsZ&i LADIES I shall be in Hay?, Tuesday, Oct. 14 at A. A. vmsner s Department store in j-imyz, Kas. with my full line of "the nobbiest and latest styles of Ladies & Misses Cloaks and suits, including "children's coats. This being a last f opportunity' I urge you fr rnmo onrl ?pp. this Truly yours, We rejrret we have a lot of felloes n our city who are 'knoekinor' on tse State Eduction A dm. oir3. jnct the Board wh iv? ebaT" of nur ppTiment SHon our Nn-- bnild np nr Tt'tnt'oria -"d ?if,T "t in onr trvtrw fitnn --n' tnTc "rnV - Hq nort fall. TToH Cin"'e'' be mnnioir tfio -.TrJ wav rit'a' of i pro. on" i)rocnrir, 1 Tbe praQQrt Voir- ,q o'S,T-' t h ft1"" have .ln: of Tew troonora. Rn' t"a OCtb ev0iV "r. nrfj T7Tflr Tro9dOT'' Wittp'H t...

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 October 1913

State-Historical Society fCrTTP TOW3 H- TO PyJ ttti n n n 'TVw .ML VOLUME XXX. SI. A YEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY, KANSAS. OGTOBER 18 1913, NUMBER i.0 11 jLajj ''S V'' '-W V'' V3' v"' 'v.1 i,i- -jjt y1 fr-itf . : is - 4 v 4V K CITIZENS' SXAI ays City, Kansas !T' t, A S' Pr-tfk Ojf What Interest do you pay? Wehave an unlimited amountof money to loan onEllis andJjRush county Farms J at Lowest RatelofInterest. Annual or semi-annualLinterestTpayinents, with privelegetoTpay principal'at' any time. Money paid asf soon asfjpapers assigned Remember, we pay Wfaereothers promise No f extraf comn ission J.jf M. Schaefer Loan and Ins. Co. ALEX SCHUELER, Jr. & CQ... Bonded jAbstra.c&oirs- For Ellis county, We Respectfully Solicit your Bueir.eto jfl HAYS KANSAS We have an unlimited amount of money to loan at a low or semi-annually. If its money you ,QUICf service and no PhoneNo. 47 Only about 2 miles from Hays. A bargain for someone. Price almost cut into: Be sure and see me quick. Terms to s...

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 October 1913

f-RET.E: PRESS HARRY FREESE, Publisher. HITS. KANSAS. Where to spend the summer is no longer a family issue. Almost time to take the moth balla out of that heavy overcoat. Why strain at a diaphanous gown and swallow a bathing suit? However, there is such a thing, as becoming inured to the silt skirt. The fair head that's unbalanced by a hat isn't much of a head, after all. When autos get within reach of the poor man the rich will take to flying. With two tail-end baseball teams St. Louis becomes an object of pity rather than of contempt. The slit skirt has completely re futed the old superstition that most girls are bowlegged. A big crook, when he Is caught of ten demonstrates his ability to squeal louder than a little one. Something we will soon Bee in every newppaper in the country: "Do your Christmas shopping early." On good thing about a butchering contest Is that people who do not caro for such things needn't attend. Pockets for women Is . the newest slogan. Surely, but they wi...

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 October 1913

J!' ? P I 1! J 1 i --1 Thee women one cbildlen, no-ir happy and physically wall with healSr children will tell how Lydia p. Ptnaham's Vegetable Gompoand mad an Chia possible. ;liere ara tie name and correct addresses write them ii you want to, and learn tor yohneLf. They are only a lew oat of many thousands. ', - . , vnr nrsTi uaoy is Strong and healthy and we attribute this re sult to the timely usa of your Compound." Mrs. Fkeh YoHAinr, Tvant. f rArnTl- f'JppSMi ' "I owe my life and B. F. D., No. 2, Troy, Ala u una. . " I have three chil dren ana mo your Compound each time." imam Mrs. John Howard, "Wilmington, Vermont. ttMCf Goodwin I have a lovelv baby boy and you caa teu every one tnat ho is a 'Pinkham' babv." Mrs.Louis Fischer, Aiunroe ot-, tjari- staat, Jtt.j. "We are at last blessed with a sweet little babygirL" Mrs. G.A. LirEBOUBS, Montegut, La. " I have one of the fineat baby girls you ever saw." Mrs. C.E. Goodwet, 1012 S. 6th St., Wilmington, N.C " My husband i3 the happies...

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 October 1913

What Salary Dc Ycu Draw? attention to whet sala it's ret what a man SAVES that makes Too many men give mere what salary they draw thsn to ry they save makes but what h him Independent. art than gaining. An account with this Bank offers Start it To-Day. saving: is greater saving opportunity. The First National Bask Hi lays R ansas H ouse Ci eaniag made easy The WIZARD PRODUCE CO. is the leader and their products are unequaled for house clean ikg. At the BOOK STORE a complete line of their products are on display. Wizard Dust Mops" for polished floors Wizard Carpet Clearer for finest iugs'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 ceJinor 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. M...

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 October 1913

Society n J n , 1 VOLUME XXX. $1. A TEAR HAYS, ELIIS COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER" 1913, NUMBER 50 State Historical JilL 3 I n rfv 11 ii u. lI .tCvtoJ V'!'" V!- V- V'?r Vi - joV jv ijt 3- n i (0 INS'rSTAT ays City, Kansas What Interest do you pay? sS Weha vean unlimited amount of money to : Ioan on Ellis and Rushcounty Farms at mw&owest KateLor Interest -rfe AnnualorMsemi-annualinteresf payments,. i.nLUiv"cicKc tu.ijayjprmcipaiai; ianyi,time,. Money paid as soon .Remember, Where No. extraLcomn ission J. M. Schaefer CHUE SIWeL Respectfully HSYS ky,.s. We have an unlimited amount of money to loan at a low or semi-annually, lllffits money you QUICK service?and no Phone No. 47 A rain coat left at the ball grounds on be had at my office by describing and paying 15 cents cost of this notice C. W. MILLER Cox & Son have made a deal and eeured the stock of goods Harry Fel tsn had in his store room on 2d street. Sunday showed the first snow of the eaaon accompanied by a cold wave that form...

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 October 1913

FREE PR HARRY FREESE, Publisher. SATS. - . - . - KANSAS. And now the "fore and aft" skirt. Next? The season for fish tales is never closed-. Fashion Is writing a New Freedom for women. The autumn girl is a symphony in tan and freckles. . - Aviation will have to fly fast to equal the accident record of travel on land. Optimists often get laughed to Bcorn; but being optimists they don't mind. A flight to the moon is now predict ed by a far sighted aeroplane enthu siast. The world is always profoundly grateful to the man that can make it laugh. Woman's dress. Instead of becoming original, is rapidly turning toward ab original. Bachelors, go to Berlin. It is crowd ed with spinsters, according to the last census. When a man knocks his own town It's a sign that his neighbors are hold ing the offices. Having one's jewelry stolen seems to be an Indication that one belongs to the inclusive set. Pride is a good thing, but to protect it from misjudgment, see that it is pot mistaken for a grouc...

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 October 1913

J -it .. if J. 1 MAKES HARD WORK HARDER A bad back' makes a day's work twice as hard. Backache usually comes from weak kidneys, and if headaches, dizzi ness or urinary disorders are added, don't wait get help before the kidney disease takes a grip before dropsy, gra vel or Bright's disease sets in. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought new life and new strength to thousands of working men and women. Used and recom mended the world over. AN ILLINOIS CASE Q. L. Farrand, 112a Sixth Ave., Mo line. '111.. says: "My business required much horseback rid ing and the constant jar weakened my kidneys. I had ter rible backaches and was often laid up for months. I couldn't turn in bed without help. I lost flesh. Three doctors treated me, but I got worse. Finally, I took Doan's Kid ney Pills acd five boxes cured me. I hare since enjoyed good health." "Every Picture Tell a Story" Get Doan's at Aay Store. 50c a Box FOSTER-MILBURN CO- BUFFALO. N. Y. The Wretchedness of Constipation Can quickly be overco...

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 October 1913

3!) What Salary Do Ycu Draw? Too many men what salary they give mere attention to i. draw than -o what sala J it's ret whet a man he SAVES that makes Saving is a greater A I 0 they save makes but what him Independent. art than gaining. An account with this Bank offers ; saving opportunity. Start it To-Day. ' The First National Bank Hays Kansas The next meeting of the Saturday Afternoon club with Mrs Gartland, Mrs. Picken leading the lesson, this Saturday afternoon. T-ie Ladies Domestic science Club have their next meeting at the Nor mal next Wednesday afternoon 'and Miss Agnew will lecture on "Mutton' and demonstrate on "Lamb, Crown of Lamb, and Mint Sauce.' Pocket Book Lost containing some money. ' Finder will be rewarded on leaving it at This office, House Cleaning made easy The WIZARD PRODUCE CO. is the leader and their products are unequaled for house cleankg. At the BOOK STORE a complete line of their products are on display. Wizard Dust Mopsfor polished floors Wizard Carpet Cl...

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. — 1 November 1913

3 u a.1 & TTi' mm 4 I ) A VOLUME XXX. - $1. A YEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 1, 1913, NUMBER 5v TfTTrr H T) FLJ3 1 v,V v-' vjV - .3- -is- 3f &ifik "'il - 3- UllLNa 51 r f! hi o Ja 4i Vbi B U ?Q :ays City, s- r- : ? "fc iV What Interest do you pay? &n& We) have Jan unlimited cmount of 'money to loan von Ellis and Rush county Farms at Lowest RateofLInterest. Annuallorsemi-annual ImterestTpayments, with privelege to pay principal at any time, MoneyLp aidS assoon as papers are signed Remember, we pay . Where others promise No! extracomn assion 5 J. M. Schaefer ALEX SCHUELER, Jr. & Fort EllisJcounty, We Respectfully Solicit j cur Eusinets HAYS KANSAS 3 We haveMunlimitedfa mount ofmoney to loan at a low ocmi-aunuaii)'. A tain ccat left at tha ball grounds can be had at my office by discribing and paying 15 centa cost of this notice C. W. MILLER The University Girls. The 2nd number of the Normal lec ture coarad, the ei.Universitv Girls. drew a crowded house,...

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. — 1 November 1913

RESS HARRY FREESE. Publisher. SA.Y8. - - - KANSAS. In some Instances simplified spell I ag makes complicated reading. Among the season's oddities must fee listed the silent baseball fan. There ought to be a law against adulterating buckwheat cakes. All things considered, peace seems to be confined to the palace at The Hague. Wise is the man who puts his ears on the job and gives his tongue a va cation. One virtue of the vaudeville stage Is that it never lets a good Joke b forgotten. At this time the words "cooler to morrow' tsomehow create little en thusiasm. Another of those long-felt wants Is an effective method of making safe blowing unsafe. The most pitiable thing In the "world Is poverty; and the most un popular is economy. One advantage of being a horse is that corn on the cob never gets too tough for his uses. When it .comes to painting the leaves, nature might get some inspira tion from current fashions. Esperanto brides will feel free to make remarks in other tongues when r...

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. — 1 November 1913

3 T. v I1 k - His Den. "When Billinger bought his new rfaouse it was "with the express under standing "that he should have a room dl of his own a den or study." "Yes,-1 know what you mean. Did he get it?" "He got it and his wife furnished it "Howr "With a sewing machine, a cutting table, two dresses, dummies, three 6ewing chairs and a full length mirror." Powerful Stuff. ' "A glass or two of booze certainly "will make a man talk all the evening." "And they'll make the same man's wife talk all night." , Illustrated. "All things are comparative. "Yes; to a cat, for instance, a sau cerful of cream is the lap of luxury. The oniy way to have a good time is to go ahead and have it. T arid thus prove that your liver is working properly. It is always the person 'with. "lazy liver" that is downhearted, blue and despondent. Cheer up- help the liver and bowels in their work by taking HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS and you have the secret to health and happiness. Take a bottle home today, j JiOKTH...

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. — 1 November 1913

J' A ; r fctt$f What Salary Do You Draw? Too mary men rive mere what salary they draw thrn to ry they save makes . but whet h him Independent, art than gaining. An account opportunity. attention to what sala it's rot whrt a man SAVES that makes Sating is a greater saving with Start this Eank offers it To-Day. The Kansas State Teachers Associa tion meet in Tcpeka next -Thursday and Friday, Nov. 6th and 7th. and a large attendar.ee is expected and an interesting program arranged. Oar schools wili hare a vacation and moat of tha teachers will rttend. Pocket Book Lost containing some money. Finder will ! be rewarded on leaving it at This office, Mrs James Behan and daughters vis ited in K. C. this week. nations i q Havs Kansas f ''C?mHgfTt-' Jrt"ir - -" -'-"- r-i -- .---;. s; '-"- ir-JJ'j J? HI Ill I I i gnrr-r?-'rrcs-TTOc.r.TreOT77 .rJaha'M-TgMlWiinaKaB House Cleaning' made easy Prof. l ewis has been down to Nash ville. Tenn, and delivered a lecture before the Teachers Association. The...

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. — 8 November 1913

Sociat 71 it 1 t 5 VOLUME XXX. $1. A TEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1913, NUMBER 51 sir.ata Historical -LL" Jl U. J I Vi i 1 Nyi yJ? t's4 V V' 'tf V- V''' V' V" fc-ji v. i4i 74 "if, 'jr Vi" I farm - . r - m. CITIZE frigid 'jjV NS' STATE BANK'j& aysCity, Kansas -is- What Interest dofyoupay? . 1T7S t ? I. . 1 r nm wc4nave anunnmiteci , amount or money to L. Ioanon Ellisand Rushlfcounty Farms at Lowest! Rate of Interest. r Mr Aniuiallorlfsemi-annual'Kinterestjrpayinents, with privelegeftorpayrprincipalfat anygtime, Money paid as soon as papers' are signed Remember, we pay Wfaeref others promise No extra commission J. M. SchaeferLoan and Ins. Co. AIM' SCHUELER, Jr. .- & aS Frank Stout has a job in Nebraska and gone there. Mrp. Epp'rTof Wakeeney visited her parental here J thia week. The county commissioners had their regular monthly meeting this week. Many loads of wheat were brought to town this week, roads being good. Prof. Haberkorn, Louis Spongier and Mias McC...

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. — 8 November 1913

FREE PRESS HARRY FREESE. Publisher. SAYS. KANSAS. It's Btyle that changes the seasons. Take time by the forelock and fat ten your turkey- Our old friend Cipriano Castro has not revolted for three weeks. Less than a potentate than ever .Is Manuel now that he Is married. Th next thing to claim attention will be the winter's supply of coaL They gave a tea party aboard a Zep pelin airship the other day. No fatali ties. Forest fires generally come when they are not needed for heating pur poses. Who, looking upon the season's hats for men, can doubt the fulness of per sonal liberty? Occasionally you meet a foreigner or a college professor who calls It "pumpkin" pie. "Germs can get Into fresh eggs." declares a scientist And they can also get into scientists. Wonder If the St. Louis debutante who sold wall paper knows how It teems to be a wallflower. Another thing to worry about! In 200,000 years the Big Dipper will be no more, so astronomers say. Possibly you are thinking of the feasibilit...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
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