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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 October 1906

Stolen from "Everybody's" One day Willie's mother found her young hopeful holding his pet rabbit by the ears. From time to time he would give Bunny a violent shake and sharply demand, "Two plus two? Three plus three? Three plu3 three?" "Why Willie," asked his mother with deep concern, "what makes you treat your poor little Bunny that way?" "Well, replied Willie, greatly disap pointed, teacher told us that rabbits multiplied very fast and this dummy can't even add." "How many ribs have you, Johnny?" asked the teacher. "I don't know, ma'am," giggled Johnny, squirming around on one foot; I'm so awful ticklish I never could count, em". Cattle Ranch for sale. One of the best Cattle ranches on the Saline river, in this county, for sale way-down cheap to a man having some money. Deeded and rented land, 6 miles of fence, lots of water, and a windmill for extra. Also, if wanted, some horses sow on the ranche. A snap for cash. See or vrite, ' . H. Smith & G. 71. Reed, Turkville, Kansas, o...

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

State. Historical Society VOTE F LiRMOLD, . dependent .Candidate for. PROBATE--JUDGE. VOL. XXIV. NO. 51 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS. ELLIS CO., KANSAS, NOV. 3, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. 113 e -Ca "J Pure Food m ri i a rroaucis 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. o....... LOCAL NEWS. The Official Ballot Democrat Republican Representative II. W. Oshant C. W. Miller Treasurer B. M. Dreiling Alex Philip Co. Clerk W. T. Cox Sheriff Joe Dome Geo. Brown Probate Judge John Gross Frank McLain Independent: B. C. Arnold. Reg. Deeds Pete Roth R. S. Leisering Co. Atty. J. P. Shutts E. A. Rea District Clerk Walter Stanton John Frank Coroner D...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 November 1906

TH FfrEE PRESS a. o. rcKCsic, ea. and rc!v MAYS CITY, KAKS, The Jew and Others. Many observers have noted the large number of Jews in the colleges and professional schools of America, and have prophesied that in time a large proportion of the members of the learned professions will be men of! Jewish descent. Sometimes they have talked about the superiority of the Jewish intellect. One of the most noted Jews in America has lately de-. nied that the men of his race are su perior to the men of other races. lie pays that every one desires the things that are withheld, and that the way to make the family live i3 to confront( it with hardships and persecutions., The hardships develop the powers, and the withholding of opportunity makes opportunity highly prized. Thcj development of the Jews In America; proves the truth of these generaliza tions. The race has suffered persecu- tlon and Is hardy. It has not enjoyed; freedom of opportunity in the old! world. When it comes here it rushes for ...

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

BSsLTEJ? HER HEALTH BPEED7 CURE OF MISS GOODE Et la SlaiSo "WU by Lydia E- Plnfc hantfs Vegetable Compound, and Writes Gratefully to Mrs. Plnknazn. For the wonderful help that she has found Miss Cora Goode, 2o5 E. Chicago Avenue Chicago, HI., believes it her duty to -write tie following: letter for publication, in order that other women affiicted in the same way may be Ah "v" I benefited as tlio was. Miss Goode ia president of the Bryn Mawr Lawn Tennis Club of Chicago. She writes; Dear Mrs. Tinkham : triad many different rrmodlcs to tnrHdnp my system, which had tiocome run yyn f rornloss of proper rest and unreason able hours, but nothing Beeinod to help ino. llctlicr i3 a great advocate of Lydia E. I'ink hanY VtBjjetable Cwupoand for female trou bles, Larvinjj n.ed it Lnelf soma years ago with gr.at Buoct Kw I hein to take it. arfdijj less than a month 1 was ablo to be out f bed euul ou& of dooip, arid in three mouths I fvattire:y mtTL iVv.lly I have never folt o strung oiid we...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 November 1906

"Sweet Pickles" A musical comedy in three acts en titled "Mixed Pickles" will be given under the direction of Mrs. "Catherine K. ZeiglerJ for the benefit of the Pub lic Library, Wednesday, ' Nov. 14th. The comedy is one long laugh and filled with the latest songs. The other music for the evening will be furnished by Miss Ida Behan and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Yost. The following, is the cast: Rev. John Pickle Pickle, Curate of St Marks, Fred Schwaller. The other John Pickle Pickle, owner of race horses, A. Fv Johnston. Dick Olives, the "other John's" friend, Geo. King. Colonel Dill Pickle Pickle, (the other John's uncle), Dr. Jordan. Sereeant Gerkin, of the Vine street police, Herman Roennfeldt. Mable, the Rev. John's wife, Johnston. Nora, the other John's wife, Macintosh. Sweetie Chow Chow, of the theater, May Farley. Collie Flower, of the opera, Carrick. "Brine," the biddy, Mrs. Cather ine K. Zeigler. Reserved seats on sale at the usual places. Rae Elsie Anna Accidental Shooting. The twel...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 November 1906

Stute Historical Society 7 VOL. XXIV. NO. 52 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, NOV. 10, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. 11 UNOFFICIAL VOTE cast in ELLIS COUNTY Nov. 6th, 1906-by Townships. Governor Judge Rep. Treas. Cl'k. Sheriff Register Dist Ck. Co. Attyv Supt. Prob. Judge Surveyor Coroner Com. Id. 3- 2 o 2 a k-v 5 re 2 r g" 5- po.co 2. . jg o" , to 5-3 3- 5 a 3 w w 3 ' -a 8 p 2 S- ?S.lrrr 2 f f s g f g -g f f g 2 g g & Townships i ! a j 7" j ; ; j ; ; ! - i j ; 3 RiV Creek 140 276 211 I 204 136 i 283 248 167 269 277 141 191 216 220 185 189 224 274 189 166 57 233 ( 173 196 i 213 Tfltherine 47 70 4 ! 120 39 85 .. . 54 77 5 100 32 31 96 .... 50 - 51 29 49 77 24 105 F11U 137 196 151 175 160 1 166 189 156 198 214 118 244 90 158 162 172 158 196 115 21 173 140 179 I 141 210 117 Rnrlcpvp 32 59 32 59 28 I 66 56 35 60 64 30 30 62 24 70 48 43 58 41 34 16 53 39 34 60 F Harnilton 15 27 7 I 34 14 28 34 36 7 18 25 9 31 21 23 30 12 11 18 17 24 10 ! 29 24 18 W Hamilto...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 November 1906

THB FREE PRESS S. C FKEKSE, Ed. and f2k HAY8 CITY, KAN a An Up-to-Date Navy. United States naval officers do not admit that the monster battleships planned by .Great Britain and Italy are necessarily more effective than warships of the Connecticut-Louisiana and the Michigan-South Carolina types. Now that fuller details have reached here regarding the Cuniberti battle ship, with which Italy expects to out class the Dreadnaught, there Is less disposition than ever to overesti mate the importance of Italy's move. The assumption, that the biggest battleship can whip one a few hundred tons smaller leaves out of account the matter of seamanship, brains, courage, marksmanship, and relative efficiency, says Harper's Weekly. American warships may not be as big as the biggest, but in per sonnel and equipment they equal any thing afloat. Our newest warships have a steaming radius of 5,009 miles, much greater than that of any other battleships afloat. This is a very im portant element In the li...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 November 1906

i Cmrt ran dyed with PUTNAM FADliLKiiiS DYES will remain bright and beautiful. No trouble to use. Crrdt Unbroken Flight, la one unbroken nocturnal flight the European bird known as tho -northern blue throat has been proved to travel from central Africa to the Ger man ocean, a distance of -1,690 miles, malting the Journey In nine hours. Important to Mothers. Examine carefully every bott'.o or CASTOItIA, aealo and vara remedy for infants sod children. and see that it Beam the Signature of la Use For Over 30 Years. The Kind You Hare Always Bought. Proposal to Horror Engineer. A proposition In honor of John A. Roebllng's memory by the erection of a monument In Trenton, N. J., is tak ing a new turn and the citizens may build a new school of Industrial arts and dedicate it in his name. Mr. Hoobllng ' was tho builder of the Brooklyn and other suspension bridges, and one of the foremost en ginooTB in the country In .his day. Deafness Caqnot Bs Cured by Kcal application. a lb:y cannut reach ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 November 1906

Kaffircorn. If you are in want of Eome fine bound Kaffircorn cut before frost and shock ed before rain, call up phone 702. pd.-12-l. II. Chittenden. - Dance. There will be a dance at the Wandby Hall at Gorham, Friday, Nov. 16th. Everybody invited. Good music guar anteed. Committee. Turkeys and Chickens I have for sale some very fine Mam moth Brown Turkeys and White Wyan dotte Chickens. C. B. Kreuger, up-tf. PfeifferJ Kans. Notice. Aa we are going to dissolve partner ship we are therefore compelled to ask all our creditors knowing themselves indebted to us to please call and settle up their accounts at once. Yours truly Henry Wolf & Son. WANTED - GOOD MAN in each county to represent and advertise co operative department, put out samples, etc. Old, established business house. Cash salary $21 weekly, expense money advanced; permanent position. Our ref erence Bankers Nat. Bank of Chicago. Capital $2,000,000. Address: Manager The Columbia House, Chicago, 111., Desk No. 1. J. U. OATUD...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 November 1906

State Historical Societv THE VOL. XXV. NO. 1 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, NOV. 17, 1906, HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Make Yourself Safe. Escape all stages of indigestion (the disease claimed to be the origin of all other diseases) by using Pure Foods. The Food Products that are your protection and the most delicious eating, are Pure Food Products The only high-grade Food Products from A to Z that are packed un der one brand and sold at reasonable prices. They are selected, handled and prepared in conformity with most rigid ideas of purity and cleanliness, and are away above any Pure Food law ' requirements. Save the Coupons And obtain your choice of over two thousand.premiums. There are from one naif to ten whole coupons in a package, and there are over three hundred Lee Pure Food Products. Use the entire line and coupon, will accumulate rapidly. Send Six Cents in Stamp for Illustrated Cat!. LOCAL NEWS, f Twixt Optimist and Pessimist The difference is qui...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 November 1906

TH FREE PRESS 3- O. FKEESH, Ed. aud Cub. MAY8 CITY, KAKS If all our days were crowned with success life would bo an endless drudge. Many an unsuccessful man would rather preserve his dignity than hus tle. Many a boasted family tree looks to others rather more like - a scrub cak that fa dying at the top. Almost any married man can man age his wife without trouble if she will only let him. Being forced to work and do yocr best will breed you a hundred virtues which the idlo never know. "With hazing abolished and footbz.ll denatured, how may a college yov.Mi get even with his enemies? A new malady is called the ?u'o SiearL Thero is an auto head thru eonielimvs needs treatment. Tfco man who fears he will do ir ore than his salary calls for will rmvur bare much salary to call for. A Cleveland girl wants to enlist in tfcf navy. Most girls are willing, hcw evor, to join tho navy by marriage. Petter do the little thing you can do to-day than wait for the Tsat thing you would like to do to-m...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 November 1906

MONKEY PLAYED MANY PARTS. r Defined by Customs Men as a Bird, a p Handbag and a Dog. On the travels af a monkey from Genca to Heidelberg an amusing farce might bo written. A German gentle men brought from southwest Africa a tiny monkey wel.hjng barely a couplo of pounds. ' From Tacga to Genoa all went well with the Lilli putian animal. It vas a favorite with everyone, and traveled free until Genoa was reached, when Its troubles began. . Brought under the notice of the Ge noese customhouse authorities, it was promptly deprived of its identity. It was r.o longer an animal; it became ft tin, and as a bird, on which 28 cents was charged, it was conveyed to the Swiss iron tier, where, at a stroke of the customhouse officer's wand it was transformed into a cat at the in creased assessment of $1.5G, and borne by train to Zurich. On Its arrival there It ceased, as a cat, to exist, and became a mere pack age an item of luggage' that was con veyed to Ccnsfanco for the nominal sum of 16 cents....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 November 1906

Kaffircorn. If you are in want of some fine bound ed tief ore rain, call up phone 702. P&V12-1. H. Chittenden. Dance. There will be a dance at the Wandby Hall at Gorham, Friday, Nov. 16th. Everybody. invited. Good music guar anteed. Committee. , Xotlce. As we are going to dissolve partner ship we are therefore compelled to ask all our creditors knowing themselves indebted to us to please call and settle up their accounts at once. Yours truly Henry Wolf & Son Clothes Cleaned ! Now is the time of year to get your Fall and Winter clothes cleaned and pressed. We clean both Ladies' and Men's garments at about half the price of travelling cleaners." Phone 62 and we will calL We use only the regular French Dry System, free from water, soap or other harmful ingedients. HAYS CITY LAUNDRY. Turkeys and Chickens I have for sale some very fine Mam moth Brown Turkeys and White Wyan dotte Chickens.' C. B. Kreuger, up-tf. Pfeiffer, Kans. Take Notice. Leave your Watches, Clocks and Jewelry f...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 November 1906

'Did you ever have'your father say to, you, when you had been more pesti fefrous than wicked, "Young man, if you don't behave better I'll have to take you t the doctor and get him to cut the biadnessout- o you ?" Of course, ' he was just joking; the inroad wink you caugnt him making ax your mother told you that; and you just looked boldly up into his face and as boldly laughed; and presently it was a mighty good joke the stern look on his face melted and his gruff chuckle was joined with your scoffing merriment j and mother's gentle smile. And now as you look back on this j jke of a threat sprung on you, heaven knows how many times, and always ending in fun for all, and for yourself most of all, - won't you be justa bit sorry to learn that it is a-joke no longer, that at last they are really "cutting: the bad" out of boys and girls, veritably transforming them from little' terrors into models of the Sunday-school type. It is in Philadelphia that they are do ing this; not in isolated...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 November 1906

I. .u PICTORIAL MAGAZINE AND COMIC SECTION iff I Will Send My DEAFNESS BOOK FREE To anyone who is d-.-af or who-e bearing is failing at all. It shall not cost you a penny and it's full of the very help and medical ad vice that every deaf person needs. My book tells just what causes Deafness and shows the way to clear and jicrfi-et hearing. It explains what brings on the ringing, buzzing noises in the head and ears and how to be free from them. It shows how the ear gets closed up and points out how Deafness can be curea, easily and painlessly, right in your own home. Fine pictures of the different parts of the ear illustrate almost every page. If you want to get rid of your Deafness, let me give you this book that will tell you what to do. Ask for it today and I will send it at once. Write your name and address plainlyon the dotted lines,and mail the Free Hook Coupon to lefne Special ist Sproule, 407 Trade- Ituilulng, Itoaton. Free Deafness Book Coupon NAME ADDKESS 5.000 Rifles no TO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 November 1906

PICTORIAL, MAGAZINE AOT) COMIC SECTION I low is Your Blood? EVEKT Intelligent person knows that th rulrxiuj of Hinpleu. Blotches. Bolls, Ulcers. I'lles. Const Ipatlon.Blllousnesa. uni nine-tenth of allthe other diseases of the Skin. Stomach. Liver, Klilne y. Bowels Dd nervous aywtem In jmnror impure hlmnl. It is also well known, that the bet blood purifier l"lirh" Medicine. There are. how ever, nil kind of Herb Medicine. Perkins' Herb Medicine have been made for over 40 year by the famous Herbalist, Dr. J. ii. I'erklna. and Perkins National Herbs now has bjr far the largext aale of any herb medicine In the world, the strongest proof that It Is the bent herb medicine. 1 Month's Treatment Free. If you, or any of your family, would like to try tills famous medicine, we will send One Month's Treatment absolutely free, or, you mavtrya 11. box 'M days' treatment on the distinct understanding that your money will be liiMtantlv re-unded If you are not entirely Htlnned. This Is a bona-nde, l...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 November 1906

f .A. WHO. J3I3D , do . Tir! READY DAT PiE AFTER! LHEJOMP5 .- ' ' ' ' h mil 111 - ' -l- k ft 1' VOC HEARD- A MAN VSNG NSUUTING LANGUAGE TO A PRETTy VVOA4AAY A NO . . . . k'fBRUT! HOW DARlT V'""' ' r - i you strike my i - Inrii A4 &s AFTER Y-OU HAD KNOCKED- HIM Do wv FOUND you HAD BUTTED N BETWEEN MAN ND W7F" - A.TMIM!J WOUDn'T YOU BEAT IT - 2 1 1 ? IflvLn i , Vt V-Real- mSSTP - : 1 I 17 11 . j k V ! I W tiioosaoi WiiO JyUUd J Li's advertisement CAN LL HOT 80S! dolls are APIECE. although flie THuEE DOLL' !S Handsome Silk and We mean just what we say. You do not, have to pay ' one cent. " You do not even have to pay the express, '0' WE PAY ALL CHARGES, and deliver- the hjtf&SlXi right at your door. . ' r,.". "Vo This picture is taken from a phbtosrajvit c Sne xf the dolls and shows juat how she looks, osiiy coujrae the dolls ; are much larger, in faet . every doll la, nearly twentj-fcur inches tall. . ' ' ' - , " "r Every doll has a TURNING HEAD, ejras that 0piJj AND CLOSE, ge...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 November 1906

V vT FTv tr k fh VOL. XXV. NO. 2 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, NOV. 24, 1S06. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Remember that it is this Friday eve and to-morrow at the G. A. R. hall that everybody are invited, free of all charge, to attend and listen to. this entertaining and interesting program of the Farmers' Institute Hays, Friday Evening, November 23. Sugar Beet raising in Ellis County.. O. H. Elling. Getting better results from alfalfa John R. Chittenden. Beautifying the Country and Farm Homes Prof. Dickens Sat. Morning, Nov. 24. Tree Planting in Ellis county H. L. Kent. FAiit Trees Geo. P. Griffith Improving the Grass Crops C. W. Burkett. Should we feed grain to fattening cattle on grass or raise more stock on the farm .B. F. Replogle. Sat. Afternoon. Need of Crop Rotation O. H. El ling. Corn in Ellis County. Jerry Fellers. interesting tne uoys and Uirls m Farm Life Mrs. Lillian Picken. Legislative Needs of the Farmers.... H. W. Oshant. The Greatest Agric...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 November 1906

TH FREE PRESS B. O. FKKESI!, Ed. and Fufib MAYS CITY. - KAKG. The American Girl a Bore. Tho editor of the North American Review seems to be suffering from an attack of dyspepsia. In the last issue he says he finds little that Is in teresting in the American girl of to-' lay between tho ages of 15 and 22. She' has failed to keep pace with thG Am erican boy, whose advance the edi tor recently remarked upon with sat isfaction. We quote Mr. Harvey: "In deed, If the blunt truth be spoken, she is an intolerable bore, self-conscious,' ignorant, and concerned chiefly with matrimonial aspirations. To the Englishman her pertness, which he Imagines to be chic, Is fascinating and indicative of mental brightness, bit this effect is attributable large ly to his own dullness. It is the clever management of a limited number of phrases, supplemented by copious use of what ho considers de lightful slang, not substance or even measurable information that appeals to his jaded mentality. In point of in ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 November 1906

1 10K EMSflSI Positively cured by these Iuttlo Tills. . They also relievo Dis tress tram. Dyspepsia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating; A perfect rem edy for Dizziness Nansea, DrowsInes3, Ead Tasto La tho Koutn. Coated Tongue. Pain in the Side. TORPID LIVER. They rilTTLE IVER PILLS, regulata tho Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PiLL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. CARTERS rilTTlE 1VER Genuine Must Beer Fac-Sirnile Signature REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. A Positive CURE FOR GATARHH Ely's Cream Bala is quickly absorbed. Cives r.eiief at Once. It cleanse, sooth", heals and protects tho diseased ineml.ranc. It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly. Kcstores tho tit uses c f Taste and Smell. Full hzq SOcts. at Druggists or by mail; Trial fdze 10 c ts. ly mail. Ely Urothors, CG "Warren Street. New York. wTlTTjouglas 3.50 &3.0Q Shoes BEST IN THE WORLD WX.Dou3?as S4 Gill Efca Ito C2nnc!l)8cqu2!!etJ3t2nypri; To 'ihng Itmlfyj ; . W. I IaiiKia Job Wmr Jlouv l.t lnot.t cuuipiett: In this ...

Publication Title: Free Press
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