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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 September 1906

gg? ig? yi&P ygg? Furniture UhderteEiia Carpets, Curtains, Matting, "Wall 1 Paper, Picture Frames, Etc. Good Wall Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BACy CARRIAGES to suit. Large assortment Carpet samples WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR GOODS. F. MAVEMAMN 3 Of fcf f llfilii I leduce Expenses BY PUTTING IN YOUR KITCHEN A rverside Range We have been making ranges fcr thirty-two years and ours hive improvements found in no other. Riverside Ranges have the best ovens, best flues, best tops, best dampers. They are Quick Bakers and Fuel Savers Call and examine them. We ore always glad to show you our goods. H. H. WINTERS Local Dribbings. M Imil mm 4 1 iv n e V fill J iS- fiLL T IY2IL eaS'l to write lor our bif r ::t; VCM: catalogue showmpr the r.:c;t complete line of hijrh-erade 1JIXO W any other ma-jufactur.r cr de-.ler in the world. from anyone, at v trice. complete Fro'o Cata- Kit! B D MOT Si AiU LAV i ! V env ktud or tct-z:. vvitil vou l:t;- received ou: "s i.iU.trjtu:?; ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 September 1906

THE ( 7 VOL. XXIV. NO 44 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, SEPT. 15, 1906. Ticket, in as it. will DDear November. Ellis County Republicans had little trouble in making out their order sheet last Saturday the 8th. The Republi cans of Ellis came down in full force ready to fight if they didn't get what they wanted. But they got it. They vowed not to vote for a single Republi can candidate unless W. T. Cox (dem.) was left a clear field for County Clerk This was a hard blow to the rest of the Republicans who had figured on elect ing a Republican County Clerk this fall, but Ellis was "wise" and the nays-ites were compelled to pass over the nomination of a county clerk. The ether nominations were made with little fighting, Geo. Brown defeating Matt Heyl for sheriff. The following are the tickets as they will appear on the ballots in Novem ber: Democrat Republican H. W. Oshant Representative C. W. Miller TBRASItBPn B. M. Dreiling Alex Philip Co. Clerk W. T. Cox Sheriff Jo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 September 1906

THE FREE PRESS Zf. C. FKKKSE, Ed. and Pitlk. HAYS CITY, KAKSi Kisses In Kansas. Very romantic news Is this that per colates In from the fields of Kansas, where the wheat crop Is so great that It has made the ground sink down two feet to sustain It. Hiram Sklpworth, father of three beautiful daughters, is reported to have secured all the har vest hands he needed by the simple expedient of paying them two dollars a day and permitting each man to kiss each of his daughters once dally. Those who did not want the kisses could have three dollars a day, but It Is pleasant to add that nobody drew more than two dollars per diem. How ever, says the Detroit Free Press, old Lafe Plummer, who lives about five mile down the big road from Skip worth, got all the harvest hands he needed, also. Lafe has but one daugh ter; cho 13 40 years old, angular, freckled and has an uncertainty in one .ye, besides that her nose is hesitant and her chin is shy. Lafe took the overflow from Skipworth's farm, and a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 September 1906

PUrXAM FADELESS DYES color Silk, Wool and Cotton at one boiling, fast, beautiful colors. 10c per package. Just because a man gives up a dol lar to hear a lecture downtown it doesn't signify that he cares for free lectures at home. Defiance Starch Never sticks to the tron no blotches no blisters, makes ironing easy and does not Injure the goods. Facial. "Don't you think her face too thin? "Well, I don't know. I can't see any place where it's worn through. Can you?" Puck. War on Liquor and Tobacco. The Kansas Anti-Liquor Soeietv has adopted a new plan to fight the 'liquor traffic. It in mailing free a recipe for the cure of the liquor habit. It can be given ccretly in coffee or food. Also one for the tobacco habit that can be given se cretly. The only renucst they make is that you do not well the recipes, but ftivc free copies to friend. Their address is Room- 19, Gray lildg., Kansas City, Mo. Anything but Friendly. "You astonish me. Your engagement with Miss Welloph is broken, is It?...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 September 1906

The Most Perfect of Floor Paints Makes floors easy to keep clean the home sanitary and attractive. Made by Call and see samples of this fine Floor Paint at the North Side Hardware. P. A. Wasinger, IVop. Notice This Please I am still'selling Nursery stock. Pa tronize your home Agent. Try some of those superb peach trees have stood 26 degrees below zero without freezing out. Try the large, black Tartarian and the Montgomery and Early Rich mond Cherries. I also have the famous Burbank Satsuma Plum, very large. Also the yellow, transparent Apple, which is early and very fine.. These are only a fewfof the varieties on our list. Also all kinds of vines, roses and rose trees and lawn ornaments. Re serve your order until I see you. J. C. WESTBROOK. tS yvs yrs? Turfiifure j J w y Paper, Picture Good Wall Paper at 5c a Roil. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABy CARRIAGES to suit, Large assortment Garpet samples 7 i WE INVITE YOU TO -1 F. MAVEMANN v. v-w -i H. H. WINTERS. TO CALIFORNIA ...VIA... .m...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 September 1906

J THE VOL. XXIV. NO. 45 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO,, KANSAS, SEPT. 22, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Better Food Products Thaii Ever Before. The Market affords bet ter Food Products today than ever before but you must be careful in mak ing your selection for it is just as true that most of them are not pure. Experts claim that 90 per cent, of -Food Pro ducts are adulterated, and that it is the result of the demand, for cheap goods. It is the exact opposite of economy to use low grade foods because they are cheap; and it is not good business to pay for high grade goods and get those that are not. If you want a true guide in buying anything in groceries from A to Z LOOK f " this vyM MARK ggp a LOCAL NEWS. Harriman Gathers Them In. Years ago when the reasonably old ( settlers came here the Union Pacific railroad through our town was a poor excuse of a railroad, in the receivers hande and all the time in trouble. To day our town is on one of the greatest railroad...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 September 1906

THE FREE PRESS H. O. FEECSE, Ed. sad Folk MAYS CITY. kak: Church of Bashes. The first place of worship In western Australia was unique In two respects the materials of which it wasTiUilt and a'so the several purposes to which It was devoted. This remarkable build ing was made at Perth by soldiers, shortly after their arrival in 1839, and was composed almost entirely of bul ruebe3. In addition to its use on bun days for divine worship, it occasionally served as an amateur theater during the week and during the whole time as a barracks. Oklahoma Church Habits. While attending church at the coun try schoolhouse Saturday night, says the Elk City Record, we noticed a man standing up In the center of the room (Just before the services began) "load" hie pipe, take a few whiffs and then walk slowly cut. Another gentleman carried a pitcher of water to the ros trum, gallantly smoking a cigarette, while a lady was adorned with a "swab" protruding from her mouth during the services. Ancient Cus...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 September 1906

fegetable Preparalionfor As similating CicFoodandEegula ling the Stomachs and Bowels of Promotes Digestion,Cheerfur-nessandRcst-Contains neillier Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Iot "Narcotic. sitx.SmtMt pirate SrtL B&a?oncJeJea runx A perfect Remedy forCcnslipa non, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feveristv ness and Loss of Sleep. Tac Simile Signature of KEW YORK. EXACT COPY CF WRAPPER. THAT'S THE WHEAT CROP IN WESTERN CANADAJHIS YEAR Thi with nearly 80. (XX).(KX) bushels of Dilts ml 17.ri00.00O binlifls rf barlry means n con tinuation f good limes for the farmers of West ern Canada. Fur farms, biz crops, low taxes, healthy climate KMi churches and schools, splendid railway service. The Canadian floTernment offers 160 acres of land free to everv settler williufc and able to comply with the Homestead Regulations. Advice nnd informetion may be obtained free from W. 1). Scott Superintendent of Immi gration, Ottawa. Canada: or from authorized Canadian C.overnment Aeent J. S...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 September 1906

Pump work &. windmills. I am now located in Hays again and ready to fix pumps and windmills and prices reasonable. See me if you need such work. Charlie Binder. The Most Perfect of Floor Paints Makes floors easy to keep clean the home sanitary and attractive. Take Notice. Leave your Watches, Clocks and Jewelry for repair at Bissing's Music store. Goods called for and delivered every Saturday. All work guranteed. All styles of engraving done at reason able prices. Henry Tholen & Son. Victoria, Kansas. Made by IP Call and see samples of this fine Floor Paint at the North Side Hardware. r. A. Wasinger, Prop. Notice This Please I am still"selling Nursery stock. Pa tronize your home Agent. Try some of those superb peach trees have stood 2C degrees below zero without freezing out. Try the large, black Tartarian and the Montgomery and Early Rich mond Cherries. I also have the famous Burba nk Satsuma Plum, very large. Also the yellow, transparent Apple, which is early and very fine....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 September 1906

'P1CT0R1AL.CSL0R AND MAGAZINE SECTION' lit .act ,pv 7 Mrs. Astor is the Reputed Head, but it is Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish who Entertains Most Lavishly, Introduces the Novelties and Spends the Most Money. To come to the point at once: For all that Mrs. Astor is the recognized head of the famous "Four Hundred," Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish, of Newport, New York and the "Four Hundred," is America's leading society personage. She has spent a bigger fortune on so cial entertainments than any other wo man of her day and generation, probably than any other woman who has lived in America. She was one of the summer pioneers at Newport, and her social life there has helped most powrri ill;, , make that hot weather city by the sea famed on two continents. She is the most consistent, most regu lar entertainer in this country. Mrs. Astor gives one or two big functions in the course of a twelve month; Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish does not average less than a half dozen a year, and her small dinners, receptions and ot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 September 1906

I lr S. mj Iwiillc . Our Tru West.: PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AKD COmC SECTION REMINISCENCES By E. S. Chamberlain. Colonel Porter Downs was in a quan lary. lie had accepted an invitation to Mrs. lenwicks dinner and he had found himself seated beside Mrs. Cle mi nt Gordon. Now. in ordinary circum tances, .the presence of this woman would' have filled the gallant colonel with the :nost agreeable anticipations. But jist at present he wished her anywhere il.-.c than at his side. The fact was, he and his friend Har vey were operating: a little corner in Manhattan Consolidated, and among the unlucky 'iiorts who had been caught by the rise was the firm of Pratt & Gor don, of. which Mrs. Gordons husband was -the junior member. Harvey, who was managing the pool, had insisted upon showing no leniency; and as a re suit of the squeeze it was pretty certain that Pratt & Gordon would be forced to the wall. Just how much Mrs. Gor don knew of her husband's affairs Downs, of course, could not tell....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 September 1906

PICTORIAX. MAGAZE AOT COMIC SECTION MERCHANTS ATTACK ' PARCELS POST PLAFI League Exposes Scheme of Cata logue Mail Order Houses. BIG CAMPAIGN STARTED. Kxteml t All Sections of the Count t-j- Hutfe Pont a 1 Deficit May He Prevented. Merchants, jobbers and manufacturers of all sections of the country are vitally interested in the campaign which has been begun by the Merchants League of America, with headquarters at 280 Broadway, New York City, for the pur pose of opposing the efforts of the cata logue mail order houses to saddle on the United States government, through the establishment of a domestic parcels post, the bulk of their expenses of delivering goods to purchasers. The smaller the merchant, the smaller the jobber, and the smaller the rninu facturer the more vitally is he aftecteJ by the parcels post plan advanced by the catalogue mail order interests, for its es tablishment by Congress would cnabie the big corporate houses to completely undersell the small merchants and driv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 September 1906

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 September 1906

VOL. XXIV. NO. 46 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, SEPT. .29, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Ask Your Grocer For pPRODUCTS Always and See that the Label Bears the Trade Mark LEE elicious isorne. To the- Public. Since the meetings of the Party Con ventions I haye been requested by nu merous electors of the county, regard less of Political affiliations, to allow them to use my name as an Independent candidate for the office of Probate Judge. After consideration I have determined that if the Electors desire it and comply with the requirements of the law so that my name will be placed rpc r the Official ballot, I will accept nination. B. C. ARNOLD. Mr. Reed, Field and a party of friends left Monday on a camping and gunning excursion in the western counties. I LOCAL NEWS. 1 Subscribe for the Free Press. Do it now! Beautiful quinces are again found in our stores. J. B. Cave visited McCracken on bus iness this week. Our Seed Wheat is here.. Come and get some. W. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 September 1906

THE FREE PRESb . C FEEESK, Ed. od PitlV HAYS CITY, New Army Bullet. It would seem that in the typo of bullet about to be adopted by the army there is a potent argument for peace. This bullet is a third light er than any now In use, but it is most deadly. Its penetrating power Is such that at a mile it would pass through 15 men, if these had the mischance to stand in line in front of it. At short range, says the Phila- " delphia Ledger, it will go through 39 Inches of seasoned oak. At 500 yards 32 inches of white pine fail to stop it, and at 1.C0O yards it is equal to piercing 14 inches. The day when safety lies in dodging behind a tree appears to be passing. The- strong point about this admirable bullet is the flat trajectory. With the present style of bullet, fired at a target 1,000 yards distant, one could stand with perfect immunity at many points be tween the muzzle and the target, as at SO yards the missile would pass 17 feet over hi3 head. The new bul let shows a ten-foot rise...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 September 1906

PERU N A PRAISED. , ' - ' , -- . i; , : :: : ' ' v " X ; ' ' V ' - . - I ;v:. MR3. ESTHER M. MILNER. Box C21, DeGraff, Ohio. Dr. S. Jl. Hart man, Columbus, Ohio. I)ar Sir : I was a terrible sufferer from pelvic weakness and had headache continuously. I was not able to do my housework for myself and husband. I wrote you and described my condi tion ns ne:u ly as possible. You recom mended Peruna. I took four bottles of it and w:is completely cured. I think Peruna a wonderful medicine and have recommended it to my friends with the very best of results. Esther M. Milner. Very few of the great multitude of women who have been relieved of some pelvic disease or weakness by Peruna ever consent to give a testimonial to be read by the public. There arc. however, a few coura peons. self-sacrificing1 women who will for the sake of their sulfeiing1 sisters allow their cures to be published. Mrs. Milner is one of thes. In her gTatitude for her restoration to health she is willing1 that the women...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 September 1906

Normal Notes. Owing to the rain no general exer cises were held Wednesday morning. Bad colds and coughs are prevailing epidemics just at present. Several former Normal students have visited this Institution in the past two weeks. Boating was never better on the Nor mal dam than at present, and moon light nights, too ! Anyone taking Latin who finishes the course and can't pronounce any word in the Latin language, had better resign his job and go to shoveling dirt. The Y. M. C. A. entertains the young men of the school at a social in the gymnasium this Saturday evening. It is strictly a "stag" affair. Large, new cane bottom chairs have arrived and been placed in the office where the Latin classes are made com fortable during recitations. One hour is devoted every Monday morning to general work in all classes. This consists principally of essay work, literature and current events. An hour could not be spent to better advantage. Visit the Normal. General Exercises take place every morni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 September 1906

IT tLJJ ILa P1CT0R1AL.C0L0R AND JAAGAZINE SECTION' VX 24th Year. Hays City, Kans., September 29, (906. No. 46 I j ft n - mmttn , ' iim Miiiui r r I in " i ii-''"' m'.'mij"j J ZiTi" 'ii'j'""'' ' . " i ! " ' firMMw u"'1'. ' , 'ms ill" we yet flv throueh the air as easily as we flash across the continent by rail to-day, many times more quickly, and far more profitably and economi cally, too? The wise men of the civilized portions of the world are now pretty generally agreed that we will. A few decades ago they were not. Since then, in the nat ural march of events, several things have happened to cause them to face about, and it would surprise none to wake up to-morrow next week next year, to the certain knowledge that man is flying at last. "Impossible !" you exclaim in tones that savor of disgust at such a vision. That is the very word the great body of people employed when, at one time or another, a single man, or, at least, a small body of men, were firm in the belief that we would ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 September 1906

PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AKD v COMIC SECTION If jaw are not com plstely cured or Mniltcd by, tak Inc Brown H C30C3EY It t b Tab- the cure 11 a. Con-Khcum- BAGK atism. Liver and Kidney' diseases. Female Com- Slainta and any era.nirAmenn aria. intr from impure blood. ft costs you nothing to test our remedy, as we will send you a sample box postpaid Wrmm. Brown Herb Tablets are composed solely of Herbs, 1 toots and Harks, nature's remedies, and guaranteed to cure any disease that is caused by im pure blood. When the blood is pure, dis ease is iuT088ible. Just take one Brown Herb Tablet every night and it will keep the stomach as it should be, set the liver to work and banish disease from your system. Brown Herb Tub lota can be Furchased of our agents, or direct from us. 'rico for full-sized box of 200 tablets, enough to last seven months, $1 postpaid. Signed and registered Guarantee in every box. Saute to you as a Dollar Bill, sample box, one week's treatment iTrem. Agents Wanted to sell our...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 September 1906

PICTOBIATi MAGAZINE AJSTD COMIC SECTION IN THE SHADOW OF SHAME By Fitzgerald Molloy Copyright by E. Fitzgerald Molloy. Synopsis of Preceding Chapters Olive Dumbarton, after the lrgal separation from her brutal husband, tiecouies a successful authoress and llvra uuirtly v.ltb her daughter, Veronica, la llrxtou Komi, St. Julia's Wood, Loudon. Her bus 6:nrt secretly returns to London and by letter makes further demumls fir money. Her cousin, Valerius . ...Itf nltli. a innn of Independent wealth, vliu has la ra In love with her since early Youth, calls to say f :.r- ell before martin on a trip to Kgypt. A fort n rrht Uter olive Dumbarton Is found In her library i... Mink' a dnirger over the dead body of her husband. She U suspected of tbe murder and Is arretted. iM-tet-tlves are put on the case. George Bostock, tlx publisher, offers to aid Mrs. Dumbarton. The oroner'i Court holds her for trial on the charge. Quluion Quave presents a clue to Inspector Mac It -Worth. Having accompanied Qu...

Publication Title: Free Press
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