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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 13 December 1913

THREE WOMEN - TESTIFY To the Merit of Lydia E. Pink ham's . Vegetable Com pound during Change of Life. Streator, HI- "I shall always praise Xydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- I pound wherever I go. It has done me so much good at Change of Life, and it has also helped my daughter. It is one of the grandest medicines for wo men that can be bought. I shall try to induce others to try it." Mrs. J. H. Campbell, 206 N. Second St, W. S., Streatoc, Illinois. Philadelphia, Pa. "It wa3 at the Change of Life that I turned to Lydia U. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, using it as a tonic to build up my sys tem, with beneficial results." Mrs. Sara Haywakd, 1825 W. Venango St., (Tioga) Phila., Pa. v - - San Francisco, CaL "I havetaken Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound for many years whenever I would feel bad. I have gone through the Change of Life without any troubles and thank the Compound for it. I rec ommend it to young girls and to women of all ages." Mrs. C Bareie, 3052 25th St., San Francis...

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 December 1913

V fill F-u""! f "4 f -1 "'" - 1 "v ! 1 I II I t! MLsli! H e f Y HI if p p o r ii ii 1 !M liikJ 0 On Monday, December J5th7 we inaugurate one of the biggest money-saving events in the history of our store. Ow ing to the backward season we have decided to place,on sale all our winter goods at genuine, reduction prices We mean thereby a material reduction below regular prices on every article offered and and it will be to your financial inter est come early in order to obtain first choice Notice a few of the list of bargains Ladies and Misses Coats and Suits $5 to $36, sale price $3.75 to $22 Misses and Chil drens Coats $4 to $1 7, sale price $2 to $10 BLANKETS 50 cent blankets now 39c $1.00 " 72c 1.50 V $1.05 2.00 " 1.48 Blankets that were $2.50 to $14, in this sale $1.98 to $9.78 Men's and Boys Overcoats worth $3 to $30, in this sale from $1.78 to $20.50 MENS' AND BOYS SWEATER ,COATS worth 75c to $5, in this sale 52c to $3. 10 LADIES AND CHILDRENS HOSIERY 25c hose now 19c 15c hose no...

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 December 1913

fOT 1 L J 1 I t JLi M m m 1 rO iK ; "-PU 1 Pa VOLUME XXXII. $1. A TEAR HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 20. 1913, NUMBER 4 vfV ft JU U s-W, CITIZENS' STATE BANK ays City, Kansas w.i'f.A wsfy. vATr. w.lt.,s viT. vv.f, vx.ifr. voTr.A v.i?r. ,jy "iikC What!interest do you pay? Wehavean unlimited eircuntj of money to loan rt on Ellis and Rush county Faims at Bfe LowestRateof Interest. ED AnnualXorIfsemi-annualinterest payments, withrprivelege toipay principal at any; time, Money paidl assoonYas; papers arelsigned Remember, wepay -. cutlet commission XI. M. Schaefer Loanfand Iris. .Co. The Bankers group of this section, about SO cf them, met here thU week and held an interesting meeting. The stockholders of the Cement works at Yocemento met there and here this week and re-elected their di rectors and officers. Now Dr. Hess, at the south 6ide Drutf store is looking lonely as his wife has gone east to spend the holi days with relatives. Charlie Miller and Gay Tiilotson on Sunday went t...

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 December 1913

RSISS HARRY FREESE, Publisher. SAYS. - KANSAS. The fellow who pities himself get Oo sympathy from anybody else. The price of cauliflower Is said to be going up. Let her soar! In the bright lexicon of love there la no such word as eugenics. Let us hope that the fellow who wears a velvet tie isn't as big a mutt as he looks. It Isn't a good plan to burn your bridges behind you unless you are a good swimmer. A hunter ha3 been shot In mistake for a squirrel. This is combining in sult and injury. Suppose bogus foods were generally known by their real names: Kindly pass the synthetic ether. It is impossible to convince some ipeople that music and playing on a fplano are two different things. The advantage about tak;ng advice is that you have somebody to blame it on if things don't turn out right. Fashion says. "Wear a certain sort of thingumbob on your hat," and every woman in tbe land wears it. Some family skeletons have been getting a lot of exposure since the diaphanous gown came into v...

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 December 1913

Smoke of Herbs- l For Catarrh A Simple, Pleasant, Reliable Way and It Costs Nothing to Try This preparation of herbs, flowers and seeds (containing -no tobacco or habit-" forming' drugs) is smoked in an ordinary clean pipe or cigarette. Simply, draw the medicated smoke into the mouth and in hale into the lungs or send it out through the nostrils in a perfectly natural way. It is not unpleasant. Is harmless , and can be used byman, woman or child. Just as catarrh is contracted by breath ing' cold or dust and germ-laden air, just so this balmy antiseptic smoking remedy goes to the affected air passages of the head, nose, throat and lungs. It can read ily be seen why the usual treatments, such as sprays, ointments, salves, liquid or tab let medicines fail they do not and cannot reach all th affected parts. If you have catarrh of .the nose, throat or lungs, choking, stopped-up feeling, colds, catarrhal headaches; if you are given to hawking or spitting, you should try this smoking remed...

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 December 1913

- ----- , . . 4 1 13 i - t i l!K t .-ta i. It It k. - pip a te! -Mm WsMgmmM ' r.armrr & Housekeepers Institute ..e Cerent T -I.-rt-d fi-- WE WISH YOU . A MEBRY CHRISTMAS Weld Your Santa Clauss OUR CHRISTMAS Roasts, steaks and WILL PLAERE YOU, MIGHTILY Be FOWLS. chops ross Pharmacy or the Bes- of everything found in a TV. Class Drug Store Agents for Conklins Self Filling Fountain Pen i Best Fountain Pen sold anywhere. We invite vour catroriage In t' Au"5it-riam :ha decorations xi a- a tw8"-d. T034 he ft-es tha banner K S.AC W K S.N. fKanaa Stat? Agricultural Cillse) (Western Kansas State Normal) Now why don't Princ'pil L3wis in sist that this name be used altogether instead of Western N rmal School. This name means nothing to Kansas as it might mean, in talkinj? or writirg of it, anywhere in the west. How cm we expect We stern Kansas to stand pat o- oar School when we fsil to Itt our school be known as a Western Kan sas school. Let him adopt this name, get it talked that onlr, sr...

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 December 1913

State Historical qcislj s l T) n r m-4 Xs 'it U. J Vf I V! VOLUME XXXII. $1. A YEAR HAYS, ELI IS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 27, 1913, NUMBER 5 v i J-i. v v v vV JrJ''. v''-. r . - . - - 3- "ftiji JV 1 farm CITIZENS' STATE BANE City, Kansas V.lf.A WhS V.V. NxaT. 'vA A.1fF.. - w lTf., Vi.l'f.A Vjty,r -v ?;i4vC Wnat Interest do you pay? v Wejjhave an. unlimited amount of money to loan on Ellis 8nd Rush county Farms at . Lowest Rate of Interest. j. Annual or semi-annual interest payihents, with privelege togpay principal at any time, Money paid as soon as papers are si Remember, we pay Where others promise No extra commission M. Schaefer Loan andJI 00 ns.t The "News" i?ot out a very reada e hoomer'edition for Chrietmaf A. cat-- baby came to the fconu of Mr & Mrs.. C. A. Harknesa this week Nick Gasman has ffiven the insi p aid oatfid of his Btore a nice ra'DtinB- Thin prctionTiad qalte a snow thr first of 'he wees. A white christnras, A baby girl ha3 come to the hom" of Alf Havemann in...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 27 December 1913

HARRY FREESE. PuDlIiher. SATS. - - - . - KANSAS. The man behind the furnace Is the man of the hour. Safe and sane, football again comes up as a subject for consideration. It's a lucky man that has to worry over the perplexities of the income tax law.' The slit skirt may be 1,200 years old and still be a mere parvenu. The fig leaf always was slit The only way some fellows attract attention these chilly days is by leav ing wide open the door. The only abbreviated modern fash ion really objectionable is the report ed shortage in dressed beef. Surgery as a cure for crime may cause some prompt repentances be fore it can be put into practice. Young doctors, attention! Cincin nati has a man who grows hair on his faee at the rate of an inch an hour. To the innocent bystander the tango looks very much like the turkey trot, except around the shoulder blades. Sometimes it looks like the smaller the automobile a man drives, the big ger the gauntlets he wears on his hands. Perhaps one reason why...

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 December 1913

f. H IiMMll! fit fail I IZimiSffJl&f jUt !flOpN?5& He Was All Spraddled Out, Mad and Fighting WASHINGTON. "Silver". Alec Falconer that's what they call him out In the state of Washington, though his honest-to-goodness name, as given in the Congressional Directory,' Is J. A. Falconer landed into a debate in the nouse me HE' WOULD LOOK LIKE A fighting, MAKCY KITTEN IN A TC when directed at the golden-tongued Heflin. "The average .woman in the state of Washington," went on Mr. Falconer, "knows more about social economics an4 political economy in one minute than the gentleman from Alabama has demonstrated to the members of the house that he knows in five minutes." And air. Heflin didn't have a word to say In reply. From all of which one might gather that Mr. Falconer is inclined to be peevish. Far be it from him to be anything of the sort. He has a sunny tem per, a sweet and gentle disposition. Until some one treads on the tails of his coat and he wears his coat tails long he Is...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 27 December 1913

! ! T 7T not afford to miss-th big reduction Model iJ - 0 t - li at the 0k v v " WING to the condition of the roads many of our patrons have been unable to attend this sale, therefore we wish to an nounce that the sale will be continued until the entire stock of winter merchandise is closed out. This sale includes all of winter goods, is all new, clean merchandise and our prices during this sale speak for themselves. You cannot afford to miss this"sale. included in this bier sale are Ladies. Misses and Childrens suits and coats, furs, scarfs and neckwear. Foremen young" men1 and boys, we have overcoats, suits, caps, gloves and everything pertaining to real comfort. Come while prices are right as you will need'some or all of the artisles mentioned before the winter is oyer. Positively the lowest prices ever made on the qualily of goods we carry. These goods must and will move. We need the space for our spring line which begin to arrive during the month of January Save Money While 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. — 3 January 1914

V Historical Social? TV VOL. XXXII. NO. 6. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JAN. 3. 1914. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR MAYS' -f-l lr l-M -H if if 1 - i I f 4 4 i -1 i - . 5' - -. - m y-jh-f V- V,T'' V'" VT'' jjfC Vjiv ' t-& ji L m U ii ti n y mj vyj u u X CITIZENS' STATE BANK ays City, We have anunlimited amount of money to loan at a low rate ally. If its money you want to SAVE it will pay you to see soever. ice over First 4C un THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR Dreeing Lumber Company DEALERS IN mbdi Lime, Sash, Doors,, Etc VICTORIA, A Happy Prosperous NEW YEAR TO ALL H. H. WINTERS General Hardware HAYS, . . . KAN. What Interest do you pay? We have an unlimited amount of money to loan on Eilis and Rush county Farms at Lowest Rate of Interest. . Annual er semi-annual interest payments? with privelege to pay principal at any time, Money paid as soon as papers are signed Remember, we pay Where others promise No extra commission J. M. Schaefer Loan and Ins. Co. Money to Loan oh Farm Security I have...

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. — 3 January 1914

HARRY FREESE. Publisher. SLATS. KANSAS. Talking about aviation, there are eggs. King Alfonso is a cigarette fiend. Oh, well, there are no perfect men. A newspaper headline says "eggs may reach $1." A dozen or apiece? Another army aviator killed! II we do conquer the air we shall have paid dearly. Aviators fly upside down, but when a. motorist's car turns turtle he's in the soup. "Tear in Jail for Two .Eggs," reads headline; still, that's not as bad as cold storage. The newest reason for shortening the hunting season is to conserve our supply of hunters. Some one asks whether there cn be peace without force. That depends on bow big the other fellow is. London complains that It has the worst telephone service In the world That ought to make some folks feel better. Beauty doctor tells women not to marry. Let the men do the worrying. Most of them don't care how they look anyway. Twenty days for winking at girls is a New York remedy for flirts that might be adopted with profit In almost ...

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. — 3 January 1914

A Many Things the Pages Do to Amuse Themselves WASHINGTON. As the crowd of sightseers entered the capitol they were surprised to hear shouts of laughter and the scraping of chairs. "Is that congress In session?" one of th party asked the guide. This wise In give T ,frL " IawanceJ cj J tsli ;:Cr vfV this time of morning a wild signt was to De en I? TvL s joyed. Fully 25 or 30 boys were running up and ' down the aisles of the room, totally forgetful of their surroundings in the pleasure of their fun. To a person accustomed to gazing on the house when it was filled with dignified congressmen it was a most unusual sight. Several boys were wrestling, others boxing and still more tossing a piece of paper around the room in imitation of a baseball game. The fact that visitors from all parts of the United States were looking at them did not seem to bother them in the least. They kept on with the sport. Then suddenly a member of the house entered and walked to his chair. At once the levity c...

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. — 3 January 1914

For the Bes- F0SS JKJ -f- tf-v "g of everything fo-ind. in a Class Drug Store Agents -for Conhlin.3 Self Filling Fountain Pen x Best Fountain Pen sold snyvvli We invite ycur patrcnoge :re. vVU- &4 The Universas Car Obey that urge! Eo it new! Get a Ford! It's the one "hunch' en vhkh you can't go wrong. More than 325,000 owners will vouch fcr.Fcid merit Ford simplicity Ford service ability and Ford economy. Obey that urge! Do it now! Five hundred dollars is the r.cv? pxics tf the Ford ranabout ; the toiiTirg- cei is tWe fiftv; the town csr eeven ffty &li f.'s.. b. Detroit; complete with equirmer.t. Gt catalog and particulars from John O'Latgh lin, Citizens' State Bark, HAYS, Kanrur, 3 v ' V vVx vA' vVA, - V. vV.V vVlx t X X X X X ichwalle Deal ers 9 r s in L Wo Shingles Lime, Cement Coal 3 HAYS X 7C w are Estrayed or Stolen. From iry pasture in Pleassnt Hill township, one light bay ge'ding, eix years old, weight 800 pourds; ha heavy mane and tail, -white spot on forehead. A re...

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. — 10 January 1914

Slate Historical Sociaty Trsir &- Jd li LV-d l R 4 I VOL. XXXII. NO. 7. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JAN. 10. 1914. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR x Yj Public Ooty A DUTY a bank owes to the public is to con duct its business in such a way as .to accommodate its patrons in any legitimate undertaking within the bounds of security. The service this bank offers has been developed and perfected by strict adherence to the principles of safe and conservative Banking. Your business, large or small, will reeeive this same service. Your Banking Business Solicited CITIZENS STATE BANK Hays, Kens a 8 , We Wish To Thank Our many friends and customers, for their liberal sup port during the past year. We have appreciated your business. We solicit your future patronage and will try harder than ever to please you. Bear in mind that we have no high priced managers to Pay as we do all our own work, what we save in this man ner goes to our customers in giving them better LUMBER and LOWER PRICES. We hand...

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. — 10 January 1914

FREE PRESS HARRY FREESE. Publisher. BATS. KANSAS. Why not bait those new-langled cal traps with rata? The worst about winter is the long '."wait for basebalL Of course you have bought a blank jet for your horse for cold weather. The Danish court says the tango la jail' right- Maybe it looks different in jDanlsh. j This looping the loop in an aero planeis attractive only so long as it 'is successful. ... A London physician declare that flight lacing is very dangerous for men. It ought to be. All men are gamblers, says a Mil rwaukee preacher, but few are justified in wearing a halo. That excessive talking is a danger ous disease is a theory advanced by a Russian scientist. Opportunity knocks; yes. But you can't play the role of opportunity by 'continually knocking. A London doctor says that women are growing taller. And financially men are getting shorter. The news that our exports of stewed prunes are increasing will be received with joy in the boarding houses. Agility developed in d...

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. — 10 January 1914

Tells About Recent Wedding at the Vhite House WASHINGTON. A story of how the "Cousins club," as the nmny relatives of the President and Mrs. Wilson are beginning to call themselves, or ganized into a little reception committee and did their best to make the diplo mats "feel at home" at the wedding at the White JCOUSJfiS CLUB I SSAL H,ise the other day, was told by Mrs. George ;-? Howe of New York, one of the cousins. M V r, m There was music for us to dance with in the east room, but they did, and Lieutenant Santelmann and his' musicians seemed to enjoy it as much as we did. They laughed and played on and on. "You know, 'Nell,' as we call Eleanor Wilson, is just crazy about dancing, and she is a very fine dancer, too, one of the best I ever saw. When the music had been stopped for good she waved her hand appealingly to Lieutenant Santelmann, and he laughed and led the band again for us. "We all danced, including the bridesmaids, who were showing every one the dull gold-chased bracel...

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. — 10 January 1914

a U 0 m O CI JNG . ss Pharmacy Tfie tiQCWaai Store d Cro For the Best of everything found in a First CTa?s Drug Store. Agents for Conklins Self Filling Fountain Pen. Best Fountain Pensold anywhere. We invite your patronage FOR The Universal Car Buy it Because it's a Better Car Model T. Tour ing Car f. o. b. Detroit Gt particulars fro .11 John O'Laughlin, Hays Wlj) " ' r'MiZ. C. Schwaller's DEALERS IN Shingles, Lime, Cement Coal and Barbed Wire - HAYS, - - KANSAS Pilot Your Way To Our Drug Store For A Safe Purchase Of Anything You -May Need In The Drug Line Quality, Accuracy, Prompt Service Our Watchword HAYS CITY DRUG STORE M ON FARM SECURITY I have money to Loan on farm security at as low rates as can be obtained anywhere. Money oa hand and paid over as soon as papers are signed and tide is perfect. Call on me IF YOU WAHT TO SAVE ON THE INSURANCE RATE . H. W. OSN7ENT Vlj TO A SAFE LANDING a n i' S. BIT TtTT O PRINCIPAL OF FARM ACCOUHTINS. (By Geo. R. Tilford) A generation ago the p...

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. — 10 January 1914

ujj iui uuiu iscauici "iii I fc.liilUUitiI.LJ per A 516.000; in West ada $15, only $2,400. For t money that ycu require to b A.farm JnIowa, you can buj n of 1,0 p buy i THE NOTES OF A PROMINENT HAYS, KANSAS, JANUARY 10. 1914 Th Msys "Free Prss SuppIbtich Daring the past week W. T. Edwards. truancy officer of Hays, notified ten children of school age toattend school, of which nine are now in daily attend ance. W. T. Edwards spent a few days in Kansas City this week. A son was born to Christ VonLintle and wife last Friday, Jan. 2nd. Dr. Haas brought Henry Ikebush back from Kansas City, Monday, John O'Laughlin ha3 six Ford cars in transit from Detroit, Michigan four touring cars and two roadsters. Tney ar.e expected to arrive this week. John Fogle, formerly of Hajs, who is now in the employ of the Ellsworth Electric Light and and Ice Co., was in Hays Suturday, visiting with his par ents. Robert Johnson and Herbert Vine of East Hamilton, were transacting busi ness in Hays, Saturday. Jim...

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. — 10 January 1914

HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Prof. Picken soent the holidays in lansss it. He sai ' he was glad to st back ;.-; e he sun bhine-i. The boys 3cem to enjoy equirting rater onto each other. Doris enjoys playing the piano for is daring recess. Mr. Bice has a yery bad cold. He nust hive stayed out too late. The High School basket ball team Jlayed the Alumni last Friday even ing. The H. S. succeeded in being the winners by a score of 37 to 30. The ?am? was poorly atte-ded which shows that the poople do not take as much interest in the High School as they should. Before the game the Kids of the school plaved the Kids of the Nor mal having 10 minute halves The Normal kids won with a score of 12 to 9 j We expect to give play. '-rheDic-taror', February 6th, for the purpose iof buying equipments for the play grounds. The students who are not able to ;' carry four subjects will carry three ithe rest of the year. I The Atheletic Association will give j a Dalch supper, Thursday, January ! 15, in the Madden ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
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