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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 August 1906

THE FREE PRESS a. C FKEESK, Ed- and Pub. MAYS CITY, KANS, Children and Stars. Nature study, which has been trans formed In a majority of cases into na ture recreation, has extended to a great variety of subjects, but has treated one important branch with curious neglect Birds and butterflies, trees, flowers, mushrooms, ferns and shells have their enthusiastic admir ers everywhere; but a question as to the summer constellations, or the planets which are the morning and evening stars of the month, reveals the fact that 19 persons out of 20 can barely recognize the Milky Way and the Great Dipper. Yet what a door here stands open to the thought ful mind! Night after night, over city roofs, the great procession passes; one need go but to the street or the window to watch. What child who has been taken out Into the whisper ing darkness of a summer night or the splendid silver beauty of a win ter evening for a star talk has ever forgotten It? The names may slip away, perhaps, but something...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 August 1906

MISS LEOPOLD, SECY LIEDERKRANZ, Writes : " TJiree Years Ago My System Was In a Jtun-Doivn Condition. I Owe to Pe-ru-na My Restoration to Health and Strength.1 - ' s i I - : S s ' - , , at i 1 i i ! - " i !' -' ; " 1 k " 1 J IWTlSS RICKA LEOPOLD, 137 Mail, street, Menasba, Wis., Sec'y Lied erkranz, writes : "Three years a-o my system was in a terrible run-down condition and I w:is broken out all over my body- I began to be worried about my condition and I was plad to try anything which would relieve me. "Peruna was recommended to me as a fine blood remedy ami tonic, and I soon found that it was worthy of prai.se. "A few bottles changed my condition materially and in a short time I was all over my trouble. I owe to Peruna iry restoration to health and strength, i am glad to en dorse it." Pe-ru-na Restores Strength. Mrs. Ilettie Green, It. R. 6, Iuka, Til., writes : I had catarrh and felt misera ble. I began the use of Peruna and began to improve in every way. Iy head does not hurt me ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 August 1906

Turkey Seed Wheat Madden will receive this week an extra fine ear of Turkey Seed Wheat, and invited the farmers to call in and take what they want at a reasonable price. EXTERMINATOR ! ! ! It kills Rats and Mice. It consumes flesh aDd bone, leaving only the pelt. No danger in using. LIQUID LICE KILLER Kills Lice and Mites n Chickens, Horses, Cattle and Hogs; Fleas on Dosra; Insects on Plants. For Sale by B. C. ARNOLD, Dealer in Harness & Saddles, HAYS CITY, KAS. HOUSE TO RENT . in suberbs of town. A nice nig house, good condition, shade and water, to rent, cheap Frees. DR. JORDAN, KESIDEUT dentist. Office over Citizens' bank Hays Phovf- Si Money! money! 1 have plenty ot monev to loan ou farm security at lowest rates. No delay. Option to pay m in stallments U. W. OSU A NT. 42 Furniture Oarbets. Gurtaina , K , W Paper, Picture Good Wall Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABy CARRIAGES to suit. Large assortment Carpet samples WE INVITE YOU TO Pack vour trunk This is th...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 August 1906

'1 24th Year' Hays cl Ktf.'.,ugi 25, 1906. No. 41. ' ' 'ffi )M V&i&n SUBSCRIBE NOW, Or IF YOU ALREADY ARE A SUBSCRIBER, RENEW- YoUT Subscription j I flj GLAD tidings of great joy" to the mosquito-ridden household and com munity! Excepting the salt water Variety, every species of the buzzing, bit - lAg'tst can be exterminated by individ' ual or local effort, with comparatively slight expense of time and money. In the early days of mosquito study, LTO. Howard, now Chief Entomologist of the Federal Governmentvisited a fam ily summering in the Catskill mountains. Mosquitoes were so numerous as to make life almost unbearable to any one ven turing off the screened-in porch after nightfall. Under the porch Mr. Howard found a rain water tank from which wa ter was drawn off, as required, by means of a spigot at the bottom. The tank lit erally swarmed with mosquito larvae or "wigglers." Over , the surface of the water the entomologist poured a pint of kerosene. This, forming in an unb...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 August 1906

0 PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AXD COMIC . SECTION THE SULTAN'S DRAFT By GEORGE DALTON. get an option on the Conqueror mine for anything like a reasonable price?' ' v ell, it hasn t been for sale, said I, dully, 'but if any one can buy it at a fair figure, I suppose I am he. If the cash were coming to pay for it.' ' 'Maybe here's your chance, said Osh- kosh, and, taking up a letter, passed it over to me; then he turned to write, digging away with his pen at a wonder ful rate on something that was evidently juicy to him. The letter was from a capitalist who The outer door of llazleton's office rioted, leavine him and his friend in a silence that was urging each man to ad- was at the head of a syndicate that was just his thoughts to what had just hap- offering to buy developed mining prop oened and to what should be said first, erty. It was evident that they meant f, a if iii,itrr " hrnke out De business and had millions back of them 1 oss -I didn't 'intend to see the amount "While I was readin...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 August 1906

PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AIND COMIC SECTION Know Your Rights and Secure Them Ali Legal Documents and Advice Satisfac tion or Money Back If you are in any kind of business or family trouble you need advice. Our attorneys know the law of every State, and furnish reliable advice, at a nominal fee. Much of our business is keeping our clients out of trouble. When you consult us your neighbor doesn't know all about it. " We draw CONTRACTS, BILLS OF SALE, DEEDS, BONDS, MORTGA GES, MECHANICS' LIENS every kind of Legal Document, also at a nomi nal fee. We send you the document promptly, neatly typewritten or partly printed. Insurance Invent! gittlftu Itrgln at Home. Io ynu know that tli luwtiranoe Coinpaules lnnice thousands of dollars each vear out of poller tiolJ m trf-i-nune of defective (ollefrii fceud lis your policies wlthine for one and li)c for each Mltlonal policy. Our experts will examine them and n-turn tln in -Mi:,fly. We tell you two thing! you ought t' know: !rit. rim comnanltts that...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 August 1906

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 August 1906

Adulterated Ooud. Woman, with Exhausting Kid- ner TronhiM . SUPPLEMENT f -Orders were -PRESS matter HAYS, KANSAS, AUGUST 25th, 1906 Local Dribbings. This is the time of year when the politician recognizes every body. Henry Samuelson was in town between trains Thursday morning. Hays now needs an ordinance regulating automobile driving on our business streets. Master Frank Reed, son of Frank Reed of Salina, is here visiting Elvin Penney. Football prospects as regards Hays are not overly bright just at present. The Normal, however, is counting on having the best team on record at that institution. Rev. Mumford has put an elect ric light on his lawn for the bene fit of the evening church services which are being held on the lawn during the hot weather. Fire and 'quake of San Fran cisco will be reviewed by moving pictures this Saturday evening in the Hall. Lutheran Ghurch. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Public Worship at 11 a.m. Christ ian Endeavor at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting at 8 p. m. of the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 August 1906

ne-half are in approval, one- that no outside displays of foodstuffs I order and to have both experiments in criticism and the rest ask- are allowed in any of the towns The j tried in the same county attracts uni- lnformation. county toard of. health scent a mnnth 1 varaoi - lg it, : ' - ich i , , man in the gathering. Col. "Ike" reached down.-into thaFIFgave the the conscience ABSOLUTELY FREE OF ANY CHARGE A FEME (SOLID) EUIBIG To advertise our business, . To every Baby under 1 year . WHITE, BLACK, RED OR YELLOW. Simply to Advertise Our Business and Theirs. We have on sale at "Rock Bottom" prices an elegant line of high quality, gold filled, rolled gold, gold shell and solid gold jewelry in latest styles and patterns. Call and see our jewelry de partment and get cur prices before buying elsewhere AND BRIDG THE BABY. The manufacturers of the jewelry we sell, The St. Louis Jewelry Co., have authorized us, as their representative, to give every baby brought into our store a gold ring ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 September 1906

FREE PRESS. VOL. XXIV. NO 42 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, SEPT. 1,- 1906 HARRY FREESE.. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. r This mark Is Your Protection Against Impure Foods. It is not necessary for you to go it blind and trust to luck in buying Food Products. The Tea, Goffee, Spices, Ganned, Bottled and Pack age goods thatbear this Trade Mark are never adulter ated or misbranded but are guaranteed to be the purest and best that na ture produces and human skill can prepare. Do not Risk Questionable Goods. Bloomer Girls vs. Hays. Hays defeated the Bloomer tribe by a score of 52 Thursday afternoon, Score by innings: Bl'mer Girls, 011000000 2. Hays, 10110002x- 5. Batteries: Bl'mer Girls, Woods, Wad dell & Dan. Hays, Schueler & Lore ditsch. Notes of the game: Lady Ruth on the initial sack certain ly played the game. She made one safe hit, scored once and fielded her position well. Schueler and Lorcditsch were the sluggers, the former getting away with ' a three bagger a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 September 1906

THE FREE PRESS 71. C FKEESK, EtL and Pub, MAY8 CITY, . . - KAfS T3i French in the Sahara. Th activity of the French In the Sahara is the marvel of recent ex ploration. They claim more than two thirds of the great waste, and the present prospects are that, they will seek out and map every sand dune. well and grazing area throughout their domain within the next two or three years. The latest flying trip has been made by Capt. Flye Sainte Marle, who has traveled west and east through the heart of the desert, his outgoing and return routes being from 50 to 100 miles apart and near ly every mile of the way leading through regions never seen before by an explorer excepting where he crossed the north and south tracks of other travelers. He ascertained the lay of the land throughout this long unknown tract and discovered a number of excellent wells that are believed to have been the source of water supply for the nomad robber bands that have made a practice of swooping own upon merchant car...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 September 1906

S BACKACHE IS KIDNEYACHE. Get at the Cause Cure the Kidneys. Don't neglect backache. It warns you of trouble in the kidneys. Avert the danger - by cur ins the kidneys with Doan's Kidney Pills. J. A. Haywood, a well known resideni of Luf kin, Tex., says: "I wrenched my back Marking in a sawmill, was laid up six weeks, and from that time had pain In my back whenever I stooped or lifted. The urine was badly disordered and for a Ions time I had attacks of gravel. After I began using Doan's Kidney Pills the gravel passed out, and my back got we.l. I haven't had back ache or bladder trouble since." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Unburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The man who plays the favorite doesn't always win by a Ions shot. Eoonomv is the road to wca!th. PUTNANf FADELESS DYi: is t!io road to economy. Wire!es3 Telegraph in Canada. A De Forest wireless telegraph sta tion is beins constructed at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. It will have a ca I acity of sending and receiving GOtf miles...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 September 1906

A Girl's Reverie i The subjoined was found on the streat. The author can have it by proving property: . "Tell me not in idle jingle, marriage is an empty dream, for a girl is dead that's single, andthings are not what they seem. Life is real, life is earnest, single blessedness is fib; man thou art to man returneth, has not been spoken of the rib. Not enjoyment and not sorrow is our destined end or way, but act that each tomorrow finds us nearer marriage day. Life is short and youth is fleeting, and our hearts though light and gay, pleasant drums are beating wedding marches all the way. In the world's broad field of battle, in the ' bivouac of life, be hot like dumb, driven cattle, be a heroine a wife. Trust no future, however pleasant let the dead past bury its dead. Act, act in the living present, heart within and hope ahead! Lives of married folks remind us we can live our lives as well, and de parting leave behind us lots of kids to shout and yell, such examples that another was...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 September 1906

PICT0R1AL.C0L0R AND MAGAZINE SECTION 7? I f J I jag"7 tl Stte tt-L, Society ITS. 7 U) 9? 'Twas the same old life, in many ways, that we live to-day. "I see great changes going on iviry day of me life, but I see no change iviry fifty years." Right you are, Mr. Dooley, and you could have added in all truthfulness that, in many basic respects, 'twas the same old life in city, town, village and coun try two thousand years ago as is lived to-day right here in new America. Of course, there was no iron horse thundering over the earth two thousand years ago. Travelers by foot and horse had not yet been scared half out of their wits by the tooting automobile. A little red schoolhouse did not sit in every valley. The convenience of rural free delivery was still to be invented ; so, also, the reaper, the telephone, the threshing machine, the telegraph. But "man's a man for a' that," has been from the be ginning, will doubtless be so to the end, and hence, just as the life we live is similar in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 September 1906

PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION Know Your Rights and Secure Them AIILegal Documents and Advice Satisfac tion cr Money Back If you are in any kind of business or family trouble you need advice. Our attorneys know the law of every State, end furnish reliable advice, at a nominal fee. Much of our business is keeping uur clients out of trouble. When you r:--ult us your neighbor doesnU kilow all about it. We draw CONTRACTS, BILLS CF TALE, DEEDS, BONDS, MORTGA GES, MECHANICS' LIENS ever kind of Legal Document, also at a nomi nal fee. We send you the document promptly, neatly typewritten or partly printed. JNSIKANCK INVKSTIGATION' ULGIXS AT IfO.Mi;. Do you know tlutt the Insurance Com panies make thousands of tlolkirs each yeur out of polity liold.-ix Lfcuu.se of le IVrtive policies Send us your policies with J3c Tor one and 10c for each addi tional policy. Our cxjKJN.s will examine them and return them promptly. We tell you two things you ouht to know : First, the companies that are ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 September 1906

PICTORIAX. MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION IN THE SHADOW OF SHAME By Fitzgerald Molloy Copyright by E. Fitzgerald Molloy. Synopsis of Preceding Chapter Olive Dumbarton, after the legal separation from her brutal tioahaiHl, become a successful authorma aud Uvea quietly with her daughter. Veronica. Id Hextou Huiwi. St. Joho's Wood. Loudon. Her hua baud secretly returns to London and by letter makes further denmuda for money. Her coualn, Valerius Ualbralth, a man of Independent wealth, who has beeu In love with her aluce early youth, calls to say farewell before starting on a trip to Egypt. A fort night later Olive Dumbarton la found lu her library holding a dagger over the dead body of ber hua band. She U suspected of the murder and la arreswd. CHAPTER IV. After being with some difficulty re stored to consciousness Mrs. Dumbar ton had, with the aid of an opiate, fallen -into a profound sleep, from which she did not awake until midnight. Moving her head, she saw Veronica seated beside her, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 September 1906

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 September 1906

VOL. XXIV. NO 43 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . HAYS, ELLIS CO.. KANSAS. KEPT. K. iQOfi happy Travel? ptittap qi a vt?it This fff Mark iee j Tells The Tale X It speaks right out and tells the. whole world that the gro ceries it marks are High Grade, Pure, Wholesome and never adulterated or mis branded. You would not al low your family to use impure or adulterated foods if you, knew it, but you have often depended on others to choose for you. This mark protects you against imposi tion and makes you in dependent of others in selecting foods, for you can rest as sured you'have made the best selection if it bears -the trade mark LE E. The expression gro cers hear, most often is: "It's all right If It's Lce Brand." DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. TR "Slate" t as but little Opposition. The Democratic County Convention met in full fc .rce in the Court House Thursday and after much discussion succeeded if, nominating what a promi nent Democrat says is "a strong ticket that will 'oe elected straight thro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 September 1906

THE FREE PRESS BT. O. FEEESE, Ed. aod Fufib HAYS CITY, KAKSi The Universal Gifts. , An old farmer was talking of hls boyhood to a group of young people; not long ago. It had been lived that-Tar-away boyhood early In the last century, In a country place remote !from towns. He described Its meager conditions the houses, in which such things as ''conveniences" had never been dreamed of, the coarse food and tpoor clothing, the scanty schooling, the few holidays; no magazines, al most no books, no entertainments or sports except an occasional sleighing party; no. "Junketings," no celebra tion of Christmas or New Year, no vacations from work. "Nothing that you young folks have to-day," he fin ished, "except weather and other folks; but I tell ye," a flash kindled In the. faded eye, and the Onefold head lifted proudly, "I tell ye, folks cared jest as much for life in those days as they do now." "Weather and other folks" and the opportunity of living the great universal gifts to all man kin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 September 1906

A HEALTHY. OLD AGE OFTENTHE CESTPAiRT OFIIFE Help for V7ctaon Passing Tbrouffb C&nff8 cf lAIm Providence has allotted ns each at least seventy years in which to fulfill our mission in life, and it is generally oar own fault if we die prematurely. ( Mrs Alary tfoe fin Nervous exhaustion invites disease. This statement is the positive truth. When everything becomes a burden and you cannot wclk a few blocks V7ith out excessive fatigue, and you break out into perspiration easily, and your face flushes, and you grow excited and shaky at the least provocation, and you cannot bear to be crossed in any thing1, you are in danger; your nerves have given out ; you need building- up at once ! To build up woman's nerv ous system and during1 the period of change of life we know of no better medicine than LydiaE. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Here is an illus tration. Mrs. Mary L. Koehne, 371 Garfield Avenue, Chicago, Ill.writes : "I have used Lydla E. Via k ham'svegetable Compound for years ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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