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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 September 1906

THE HOODOO COON AND THE BLACK CAT OUT THAT Of JOA A 8E mighty KEEkPUU I HE.AH r V 1 1 1 if s 111 L ' Vs. . l ' X ath me I r- . . vSr All " I rl W H. m v M i . i 'i. fn l i 1 i I I I I OAT HOODO tU'T'LY DOSS 3TCK Br DIS . --'-rA M .W'l.... nrf" J 1" A V g f VOC HAD FALL CM ASLEEP WHILE i;tWAt-nnc for a pretty Gtnu ayd hov would you LlKe TO MAR. Me ? t 1 S It V" r If s? WEfif AsAKEMED 8V SOFT TIUSC AH O THE STRAltiS OFt HOV vOULO YOU LI KE TO MARRr ME' A n& K Y woi.o n'r yotA IS n-HEM 5W Tf PRETTY CiRLS OLD ::aaid slster GRinnmc at You ,13 1 S.A.!iiifit sir J 4 WOULDtiT ' YOV BE AST IT ? : r, .3 I .' -i t - , -;J ' - ma&" II IIHIIIPHIIII II M IIIIMMMM KandscnSi Silk and. Laca Dress. Sleeping Eyes jGenuinc Bisque JHend f r.lovable Arms, Head, and Legs j We are GIVIIiG AWAY thousands of BIG OQUS, EVERY GiOL utio reads this adxertisemeof CAN HAVE OiiE, soil TOLL HOT COST ONE CENT, although the dolls are WORTH THREE DQLLM3S APIEGL We mean toit'vht'a'aM.' mi'aVir n k& t. oce ce...

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

THE FREE VOL. XXIV. NO. 47 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, OCT. 6, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. 0 ( () LOCAL NEWS. Attorney C. W. Reeder was in Col lyer on legal business Tuesday. Burney Fitzpatrick is assisting brother Hugh in the restaurant. Phil Jacobs was assisting in County Clerk's office this week. his the J. H; Spratt goes east next week J to buy hdliday supplies. The Normal students held their an nual twilight picnic Friday evening. Only two fatalities in foot ball have occurred thus far this year under the "reformed" rules. The Free Press office is headquart ers for the latest styles in Engraved Cards. 100 for $1.25, including plate. Mrs. D. J. Minnick, sister of Mrs. II. D. Shaffer, left Tuesday evening for her home in Los Angeles. LOST The belt from a rain coat. Finder will confer favor by returning to Mrs. Jeffcote, Hays. Mornings and evenings are quite cool lately, suggesting the comfort of a stove in the near future. Mrs. M. J. It. Treat ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 October 1906

THE FREE PRESS 3. C. FRUKSti. Ed. And Pttlfc MAYS CITY, KAK& Bacteria in Milk. It Is suggestive, if not in fact a cheering, sign of the times that in the published lists of exhibits at the nu merous county fairs round about there appear so many inventions and devices for the better care and hand ling of milk. It was the statement of a member of the state department of agriculture, recently publicly made, that one-fourth of the farmers send their milk to the butter and cheese factories with enough bacteria to contaminate the supply contributed by the other three-fourths. The Issue of cleanliness and hcalthfulness in milk supplied direct to tho consumer is an exceedingly vital one, but one also to which the average consumer docs not givo sufficient concern. With the question of the treatment of milk the inventors of appliances, the scien tists and authorities must deal; the question of cleanliness is simpler.and one with which all with ordinary in telligence may deal. And lack of ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 October 1906

Cure For The Blues C I2EDIC1KE TH it HAS KEYER FAILED Health Fully Restored and the Joy of Life Regained. When aeheerful, brave, light-hearted woman is suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery, the BLUES, it is a sad picture. It is usually this way : She baa been feeling1 "out of sorts' 2?F Mrs. Rosa Jdarm for sorao tkne; head has ached and back also ; lias slept poorly, been quite nervous, and nearly fainted oneo or twice; head dizzy, and heart beats very fast; then that bearing-down feelinsr, and during her periods she is exceed ingly despondent. Nothing pleases her. Tier doctor says : Cheer up : you have dyspepsia ; you will bo all right soon." But she doesn't get " all right." and hope vanishes; then coiae the brood ing, morbid, melancholy, everlasting BLUES. Don't wait until your sufferings have driven you to despair, with your nerves all shattered and jour courage gone, but take Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. Soe what it did for Mrs. liosa, Adams, of 819 13th S...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 October 1906

Normal Notes. Misses Winnie Cx and Ellen Behan furnish the music for the morning ex ercise drill in the gym. Wednesday the tennis schedule was made out and the players assigned hours for play. Mr. Picken's presence is ever more acceptable than his absence in the Latin classes, as the latter signalizes a test. Pres. Hill and the Board of Regents were entertained at a prairie chicken dinner Friday noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Picken. The "Stag" social given by the Y. M C A. Satuaday evening was a much enjoyed affair. Boxing, gymnastic stunts and various contests formed the evening's program. Prof. Picken, Chat, and Henry Have- mann secured fourteen prairie chickens Wednesday for the Regents' dinner at Mrs. Picken's on Friday. Members of the heavy gym class have been taking a mile run afternoons. This should do much toward developing material for a track team next Spring. Owing to tha heavy work in the Sen ior year, the members of this class who play foot ball, find it impossible t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 October 1906

i "v. - "P1CT0RI AL.CQLOR AND MAGAZINE SECTION Is the evil spirit or the old Saxon, miners destined soon to revolutionize the I automobile industry!" Back in the middle ages, when the now famous mines of Schneeberg were op ened, the Saxon miners were not long in discovering that the silver was nearly always associated with a strange mineral, and that it frequently replaced the pre cious ore altogether. Specimens of this mineral were turned over to the wise men of the kingdom. One and all pro nounced it useless. Thereafter, as they mined, and their eyes fell on the con slant companion of the silver they were industriously after, the miners, in con tempt, dubbed it kobold. That is to say, gnome, or evil spirit; for, like an evil spirit, they said, it was present only to give thim trouble. Kobold, we of to-day still call this metal, which is one of the elements, though the spelling is now cobalt. It was not until the middle of the six teenth century, many generations after the namers o...

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

t rfiAT. KOTICES. i -I PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION i y i". f ; r i p 'i t f 5000 Rifles rSSPl TO BOYS Jost send us your Dam and address ao that we may tell 70a bow to get this fine rlfl Abeelately FKKE. YOU CAN HAYEONE A wt art going to irlve away 6.000 of tbem. W's mean It, every word, and this la an bosmt, ptrmihtf orwartl offer, mvtf by ao oprtxht business firm wli always do exactly aa they sgree. All we aak la that yoa do a few minute work for us. It la ao very raxy that yoa will he surprised. Tata lland.ense Klflaisnota tor air rine. but la a, wr.nutne storl, blae barrel, bunting- tine, tlmt la strong, accurate and safe and carrlea a tS-callbre long- or hort cartridge. If you Want a One little hunting rifle, Just write and aak u for particulars. They are free and yoa will surely Bay It's Uie best offer yea ever saw or beard of. BE SUREad WRITE ITONCE before tbe s.ogS riflea are all rone, as Uie boys aire taring tbem fast. Address Peccisi Popular lionthly, 46 KsakslUs B...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 October 1906

It PICTORIAL. MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION : jf. i Y V: OER mm That Would Do Aray with the Mails, Telegraphy and Drugs Would Be But Little More Startling Than the Marvelous Things Done by People "Who Have Tried Thin Wonderful System. How Prominent Men and Women Use It to Influence Minds of Others Heal Themselves and Other of Chronic Diseases, Nervous Dis orders and Dablts as If by Magic Any One Can Do It Distance No Barrier One Persona Control Over Another Now Fully Ex plained. How Kvery Man, Woman and Child in the World Can Have "The Se crets of Magnetic Force, Health and Power" Abso lutely Free. Professor F. T. Mclntyre. a well-to-do scien tist of this city, has created a sensation in the hypnotic world. Through delving i!own in the realms of nature's mysteries he hat dis covered a delicate but powerful system that seems destined to revolutionize the theories of the most noted authorities on Mind Force. Some people look upon him as a man pocss 'tag a strange power, for he has told t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 October 1906

.1 . WHO DID IT ? WHY JOHNNY WISE rNlTV yOU PERTtf to esc DAM Boon while I FASTffN YOO T7 : y A T come ovR ' . 1 WvXX ft) I IN MY VARD C ' ilrQj III rn. jhowwo - fP-A"" ilr5 MAO TMIS ?ASJ ly ; 77) BOO. HOo! i dont like .this aN..' t. . HI " V4,''U" WtllllM v THH.ET ( & THE. I J V Skins fl L Vu. iilllttUilKUi VVVnut i no f I .1 HORR.OR.Sj INC, THE l PS OUT OF MY Ffteopr! I 1 i Vtoo didn't PUrY RIGHT. Ybo oroP- PE D YOOft. KNIF& I UK. .Wn- Boo! HOO I r i tits', n , & i 7 - J Bvl ftp. -j f.i!n ,-liPUS5? 7TME.S Vl)L) fffl- ;-;,:... -. cut the. ) f .. L ' 3 fYso Yoomc, v. iv j , " - - - UAvACie CiET -v V UtvAy from I N WIT V 5? U 5 r i Jb. - S, 7 7 .1' IrtlYs- J 7y HADti VI TED-A PRETTY CtR U TO DtME WJTH 'YOU AYO V ' 1 'LVC3 i I 4. JfK-S K J. M VJOULDti 'T YOWBtzAT IT? COLD WATCH free: -An Araerfcaa Movement Watcb wttb 8114 (Mi "Uted cae. stem wind sad atera aet, VArrautcKt to keep correct time. lmilar Id pperac to Soitd Gold Waten WMTanted for S years; alao Gold Gem, are tt...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 October 1906

Hi H h n l iH 'iH- - 0 VOL. XXIV. NO. 48 PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, OCT. 13, 1906, HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. ess' Do You Use Pure Foods 2? There is no doubt that you think you do, for you would not risk your health and your fami ly's health by using adulterated foods. But would it not be better to be sure of it? Unless you recognize a true guide it is a venture in buying food products. Lee Pure Food Pro ducts are selected, handled and prepared in conformity with best taste and most rigid ideas of purity and cleanliness. In ordering of your grocer remember THIS MARK MEANS PURITY 1 LOCAL NEWS. I ?..a.....;e.e.a Wheat Land to rent. Any terms. See Ed. F. Madden. Pat Hickey of Ellis talked politics in Hays on Monday. Isaac Zeigler received a car of apples on Monday. Quite a good deal of wheat was marketed Saturday. Misses Pearl Comer and Carrie Rock- feller of Russell visited with Miss Ida Behan last Sunday. It is said that "that new train" be put on as so...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 October 1906

TH free press ST. C. FCCESE, Ed. and Fk HAY8 CITY, KAKSi Sleep and Nerve Rest. In tbe days when eight hoars for r sleep was nominally regarded as an hour too long for any self-respecting individual, the exhausting character of modern life was unknown. There was lees wealth and more content ment; less competition and more se curity; fewer distractions, but more simplicity. Work was easier, slower; and care, anxiety, apprehension In ft word, worry did not feed, like the worm i th' bud, upon the hours ex empt from toil. We are remorseless In overtaxing the delicate machanism of our minds and nerves. The best walker, for instance, does not propose to himself to go regularly CO miles a day, or to subject the same set of muscles in any other form of phys ical exercise to intense and unremit ting labor. Hut that is what we do with the immediate agent of our minds tho brain machine. Wo can not watch its operations. We often assume that its movements are as light and endless as the ripples o...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 October 1906

There was a time when the obese woman was the light of other days. f PUTNAM FADELESS DYES produce the brightest and mtcht colors with leas work and do muss. Somehow It doesn't sound just right when a spinster asks for a match. Mr. Wlnalow's Soothing yrap. Fttr ehifciaen to--taitr. ("ft!! tn kuuii, tcuuch ftrv emiiiuu ) p4ln,cans wind cwk. Siettanie. Those men who ride on the water wagon Kct Eosae awful jolts. Hurt. Pruis or Fprain St. Jacob Oil relieves from pain. The most Important events in the average man's career are his birth and death. The Alliance Israelite university has placed five Bialystok orphans in the Ahlem agricultural school, and has as a first Installment applied the sum of 16,000 marks for their maintenance and education. WHO SKETCH OF THE LIFE And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound Had Its Birth and How the "Panic of f73" Caused it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores. This remarkable woman, whoso raaid-tn nauio was Estes, was born in Lynn, Masii.,...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 October 1906

To Voters of Ellis County. B. C. ARNOLD has filed his petition with the County Clerk and his name will appear on the official ballot in the In dependent column. As the business of the Probate Court requires Mr. Arnold's personal attention he will be able to meet personally only a comparatively few of the Voter3 of of the county, he takes this method of informing you cf his candidacy for the office of Probate Judge. Having held the office for four years, he has given his whole time studying lav in regard to the best interests of the Estates of Widows and Orphans. The husbands and fathers are vastly interested in a capable and honest administration of affairs of this Court. The person hold ing the office of Probate Judge should have some legal knowledge and exper ience in business affairs. The people of Ellis County have been most fortunate in haying the office filled by a person who possesses all these qualifications as B. C. Arnold. No estate has been robbed or taken advantage cf th...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 October 1906

THP 7r VOL. XXIV. NO. 49t PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, OCT. 20, 1906. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. 1 1 v SI. A YEAR. T To Subscribers: We adopt a new system this week of stamping the subscribers' names at the top of the paper for mailing purposes. The name will hereafter be printed di rectly on the paper instead of the pink slips that were used under our previous system. In addition to the name will appear the date (month and year) to which your subscription is paid. If you are in arrears your check, a draft or a post office order will catch us at Hays, Kansas, without the necessity of calling at the office to ask how you stand. The receipt for your payment will appear at the head of your next paper following our receipt of the money. We hope our subscribers will appre ciate the advantage of this new system and the delinquents will hurry and have the date at the head of their, paper moved up one or more notches. If you have cause to believe that the above date is inco...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 October 1906

THE FREE PRESS h. c recEsu. es. sod Fh MAYS CITY, KAN'S. Under the Yoke. New occupations for American wom en are frequently described in , the household magazines. Meantime many women of the old world stead fastly cling to their old tasks. A trav eler with good eyes may see in a sin gle summer day in Belgium enough to make him wonder what are really the boundaries of "woman's sphere." At five o'clock in the morning he may see a red-cheeked woman, a rude har ness over her shoulders, pulling, with a bis dog for a helper, a heavy cart of vegetables three miles from garden to market. , The cart holds several bushels of potatoes, carrots, cabbages, topped by a great bundle of dew sprinkled roses; and before the wom an and the dog trudge home with it again, everything will have been sold. Our traveler may come upon two mus cular women transferring a load of coal from sidewalk to cellar, shoul dering the baskets as easily as men would do. If he lingers to watch them finish their task, he w...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 October 1906

RUN DOWN FROM GRIP Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Have Cured This Form of Debility in Hundreds of Cases. "Foar years ago," savs Mrs. F. Mor riiiota, of Ho. 1922 Carson street, Sonth Side, Pittsburg, Pa., "I took a cold which turned into the grip. This trouble left ni all run down. I was thin, bad backache much of tho time, had no ap petite, my stomach was out of order and I felt nervous and unstrung1. "While I bad tho grip I had a doctor, but I really suffered more fro;ji tho con dition in which the influenza left me than I did from the disease itself. I felt Kouerally wretched and miserable and tho least erjxsnro to cold would make me worse. I couldn't seem to get any better until I began to take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I very quickly noticed a benefit after I began taking them, and they restored me to good health and strength. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a wonderfully good medicine. Thanks to thorn I am now in fine health and have had iioretnrn of my former trouble. I recomuiend the ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 October 1906

DR. JORDAN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office over Citizens' bank Hays Phone 31. a M. HOLMQUIST, ATTO R N EY-AT-LAW. HAYS CITY. KANSAS, OFFICE OVER. 1ST NATIONAL BANK. Phone 180. J. U. OATUDAL. Physician & Surgeon. Piione j Office 3i. Resiacnee 46. hays, Kansas. 0.flice Citizen- Banlc block- Eye and Ear Surgeon. Dr. M. J. Brown, the Salina special ist will be at the Brunswick Hotel, Tuesday, Oct. 23., prepared to treat the medical and surgical diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat, and to fit glasses. d Money! Money! I have plenty of money to loan on farm security at lowest rates. No delay, option to pay in installments. II. W. OSHANT. Opened Again ! My carriage and Blacksmith shops. All kinds of Wagon, Carriage, and Blacksmith work done. Tire setting a specialty without : ruining the wheels. Shop on South; Fort street. J. C. Westbrook. The Most Perfect of Floor Paints Makes floors easy to keep clean the home sanitary and attractive. Made by Call and see samples of tkis fine Floor Pa...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 October 1906

State Historical Society M M VOL. XXIV. NO. 50 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, OCT. 27, 1906, HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR, Pure Food Products Are always in the lead ready to guide you on to health and happiness. The Trade Mark LEE is Before your eyes in every up-to-date grocery store in this part of the country tell ing you the goods that are pure, nev er adulterated or misbranded, and always miles above the requirements of any Pure Food laws. Get the Pure Food Habit and be happy Use LEE Brands and Save the 'Coupons. j 2y Zlnastasia Murphy Dead, Word was received on Monday from Editor Freese at Albany, N. Y. that he has found records of the death of the late Wm. Dalton's sister after two weeks of persistent searching of the old city directories and church and city records in Albany, Troy and other cities in New York state. Particulars state as follows: "She went to Albany in 1854 and was married to a Mr. Murptiy; she was a cook and her husband a moulder in an...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 October 1906

TH FREE PRESS NEEDED IN RUSSIA. A WOMAN'S KIDNEYS. . C ITEEESK. Ed. and Tub. MAY8 CITY, KAKSi Dame Boston cs 276 years old September 18. and is not ashamed to tell her age. Down east a new play has made a hit because it is written in the sim plifled spelling. A St. Louis man is to marry a worn an. he met J a jail. It seems that even Cupid gets into the lock-up once in awhile. Mrs. Sage was as sage as her late husband in preventing a contest Oi his will by doubling the amounts of Lis bequests. It was recently said of a prominent actor that h did well in two roles. Possibly this was because he was a well-bred player. A news dispatch says that the s' tan of Turkey is doomed. But then he has been doomed so long that he Is used to it now. An enterprising Kentucky colonel is ccolng to import Jordan river water for "baptismal and other purposes." No aoed to specify "external." ' Snake stories are regarded as a Joke in some countries, but not sd in India, where the deaths from reptile bites...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 October 1906

r v i I V A UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. Ex-Senator M. C. Butler. )ysfrsrtt f.t Often Caused Hy C a tan) 9f iJie S!ifttacli I'eritmt Relieves (.: tar-rh of ' l.he ' Sfoiwett and Is Therefor ti Remedy - Jfysfefsia. Hon. M. C. Itutler, Kx-TJ. S. Sen- I Ht-r from South Carol insi for two j tTins, in a let tor from Wsisliingiori, I C, writes to thol'eruua Medicine t Co., as follows : T can recommend Peruna for dyspepsia and stomach trouble. 1 1 have been using your medicine for a short period und I feel very much ' relieved. It Is Indeed a wonderful J medicine, besides a good tonic. " j I CAT A UUH of the stomnch is the cor riH't name for nnr,t cases of dyspep sia. In order to enre esitarrh'of the stomach the catarrh must be eradicated. Only an internal eatarr.i remedy, sueh us 1'e.mna, is available- IerunaoxaetIv meets the indications. Positively cured by thne Little Pills. They also relievo D! trrj;3 from Dyspepsia, la C lotion and Too Keorty Eat leg. A ...

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