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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 December 1906

. () IMMENSE STOCK Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts. New and Complete Line Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. NEW DRESS GOODS of every description. Fleece Lined Goods, OUTINGS, Rain Proof Cloth. Laces, Trimmings, and Ribbons. Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing; " Hats & Caps - - Boots & Shoes. . ZmUVS STORE . s s TEST of durability i-.t a high-speed riacliir.e like the cream separator. No other ii:r.chiiic a farmer uses has a harder test. Run twice every day, winter and summer, it mu;;t not only do thorough work, but to be permanently profitable, it rnust be durable. C K A M SEPARATORS re built for louff service. A solid, low frame encloses entirely all the opcrnliuK parts, protecting them from dirt and danger of in jury. The pari:) urc few, simple aud easy to jret at. Ball bearings at hifrh speed points, combined with eutoaiatic oiling-, reduce wear as well as insure the easiest operation. Such careful and thor ough, construction is what enables the U. S. to better STAftSD T84E TEST thn...

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

JffiU) Iff iff We have a handsome Calen dar waiting for you when you pay up your subscription. HURRY! VOL. XXV. NO. 7 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, DEC. 29, 1906. HARRY FKEESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. f & ss The many friends of Prof. Keller were glad to see him here for Christ mas and looking so well. While here he superintended the build ing of a new picket fence in front of hia sister's residence. The 3rd Book Talk will take place next Thursday evening, January 3rd, at the Brunswick hotel annex. Rev. Wiest on the Works of. Sir Walter Scott. All are invited, Admission 10 cts. Monday and Christmas were perfect September days here. Dispatches tell that along the Atlantic coast as far south as Virginia on those days it was a blizzard, down to zero and lower and in N. Y. city much suffering and some froze to death. Mr. & Mrs. Penney gave a party at Itxe hotel Brunswick Thursday evening m honor of their visiting relatives. The annex was used for dancing, the pri...

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

1 KANSAS ITEMsl THE. FREE PRESS ON THIN ICE! H. C. I EtESE, UJ. od TuDb MAYS CITY, SUMMARY OF WEEK'S HAPPENINGS The parrot appreciates music more than any other of the lower creatures. A bachelor is forced to wear skirts In Korea and can, not dou trousers un til he marries. Although the coal man was not elect ed to anything he is gathering good things right along. Maybe there is still hope for the cap tains of industry, J. Pierpont Morgan has just paid $25,000 for a Dible. An English paper says Lord Strath cona won't tell how rich he is. He pos sesses untold wealth, so to speak. Looking glasses are going up in price. What is the difference? All the girls know they are pretty without consulting a mirror. Of all European cities, Rome has most frequently been, in the hands of enemies. It has been entered or sack ed more than 40 times since COO B. C. The consumer has a right to know how much milk the quart bottle con tains that is left at his back door, but the cream will always remain ...

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

V LUF.1BAGO AND SCIATICA Penetrates to the Soot Price 25c and 50c h Apple Orchard Made Money. The Dover Sunshine publishes an Interesting story of success in orchard ing in that rich Irrigated section of Denton county. Klevcn years ago, ac cording to the editor, one of the pres ent prominent citizens began making a home. He had spnt 25 years as a railroad man, and desired a change. is little tract of six acres was set to DDle trees. There were but two va- leties, the pippins and Spitzenbergs. lh three years the trees began bearing rult. At the end of ten years the ,'ptal Income from that orchard was Id.VoZ. The land originally cost n acre, and an additional 43 an acre or clearing and planting. Seattle Post-Intelltgencer. Return in Age to Childhood. Attention has recently been called to the curious fact that the shells of certain animals, such as cephalopods. brachijxds and some bivalves, are commonly marked by retrogressive changes as age advances. "The old man returns to second chi...

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 December 1906

:4. IS 1. ! I 1 I IMMENSE STOCK! Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts. New and Complete Line Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. . (; (; NEW DRESS GOODS of every description. :;leece Lined Goods, OUTINGS, Rain Proof Cloth. Trimmings, Laces, Men's, Youths' Hats cl Caps and Ribbons. and Boys' Clothing; Boots & Shoes. - - - & SooS - , - of d J RUE fl 3 rabilit"in a hirrh-snen? rr.acl'.i;:': Iil:o tl;e cream separator. other u.nchiiw a far:i.tr r.sr-s a birder test. Run twice very day, winter ot;d saiiimov, il 'u;;t not onlvdo thorough work, to e permanently prcutr.L:u, u De durable. c & e a rva are built for lenj? service. A sol.'J, !ow frame encloses entirely all t-he oj?erntiuj pcirt., pro'.ertir.if thc-m from dirt and danger of in jury. The parts are lev, simple nud easy toprct at. Ball bearings at high speed poiul.-s, combined with automatic oiling, reduce wear es well as insure the easiest operation. S.xh careful and thor ough construction is what enables the U. S. to better STAS!D THE...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 January 1907

73 W TC? (T3 (P NAT. BRIGHAMj V State Historical Society LECTURER, at Normal Auditorium Wednesday Evening, Jan. 9th. VOL. XXV. NO. 8 PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. HAYS,' ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JAX. 5,: 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. LOCAL NEWS. Dr. Jordan reports that his leg that was amputated is healing nicely. The Odd Fellows Lodere will have the installation of their new officers on Monday evening, Jan. 14th. "Dr. Snyder reports a nice baby girl at the home of Lou Bell, and ma and pa Samuelson are much elated. Barney Bratt was shaking hands with friends here on Thursday, and attended the Essex banquet. Mr. Brown of Rush county is here again visiting the family of Al Robin son. Peter Johnson took home to his fam ily a New Years present of a set of handsome dining-room chairs. This Friday evening Mrs. Picken is entertaining some of her friends at the Brunswick hotel. Her many friends were glad to hear that Mother Decker has recovered and able to be out doors again Thursday. Thurs...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 January 1907

THE FREE PRESS B. C rCUESE. Kd. and Suh. HAYS CITY, KAK&ii Man's Span of Life Lengthening. According to Sir Lauder Brunton, writing in the Lancet, the average length of life has rapidly become greater. "There has been a contin uous Increase in the expectation of life from a little under 40 years iu 1854 to a trifle les3 than 4S years in UC?." A gain of eight years in half a century appears tremendous, but the figures could b of course, more significant still if we applied the com parison to two periods separated by several centuries. Here is a rather Intangible, but certainly important element, that should enter into all our attempts at formulating historical perspectives. However unconscious the average mediaeval man may have been of what his worth as an insur ance risk was at any particular time, his acts and thoughts must have been profoundly influenced by the fact that he had on an average 15 years less to live than his successor of the nine teenth centry, says New York Post...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 January 1907

TORTURED WITH GRAVEL. Since Using Doan's Kidney Pills Not a Single Stone Has Formed. Capt. S. Camp, U. L. Crute, Adjt. Wm. Watts C. V., Roanoke, Va., says: "I suffered a Ions, long time with my back, and felt draggy and list less and tired ail the time. I lost from my usual weight. 22.",. to 170. Urinary pas sages were too frequent and I havo had to get up oftan at night. I had headaches and dizzy spells also, hut my v.crst suffering was from renal colic. After I began using Doaa's Kidney Pills I passed a gravel stone es big as a bean. Since tlica I have never had an atack cf gravel, and ;iave picked up to my former health and v.eight. I am a v.' oil izzv.. r.n'I!vo D.an'c Kid ney riilc crxllt f.:- it.' j r 'v. Si! ??V:r3. 50 cents a box. Art In H:nd Made Articles. ' Oscar S. Straus, the new secretary vt commerce and labor, is a connois seur of pottery and porcelains. "Ma chinery," he said, "has robbed us of our useful arts to a great extent. In machine-made things there can be no a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 January 1907

f IMM1 ENSE STOCK! ? Ladies Shirt Waists and. Skirts, ) ; t " New and Complete Line Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. NEW DRESS GOODS of every description Fleece Lined Goods, OUTINGS, Rain Proof Cloth. 5 Laces, inminxngs, ana iiioDons. Men's, Youths' and" Boys' Clothing; Hats & Caps - - Boots &. Shoes. 'ZHGLER'S si TIEIE IS THE TEST of durability in n lxish-sr-eii trr.o'iivc tre cream separator. No other machine a f.iri.ter . I.-ar. u bartler test. Kuu twice every day, winter pud .summer, i. :r.;i c r.-.t c.'.;iydo thorough v.'ork, but to be permaneutiy pro:;t&'t!v-,ri: mat be. durable. ' C 'Rl E A M SEPARATORS are built for lonjr service. A r.oli.i, !cr.v frame encloses entirely all the operating part:-., pri'ttctijiv; thetn froi.i dirt and danger cf in Jury. The parts are few, j.u:i;.!c tir.ci cas l.o ,';ct r.l. liall bearhin at high speed point', crnihi;ie.l with nvt-juatic oiliu.-J, reduce wtar as well as insure the easiest operation, buch cartful a;:d thor ough construction ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

tate Historical Society VOL. XXV. NO. 9 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JAN. 12, 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. Si. A YEAR. n 'I 'M - LUtAL iN-W3. Mrs. Dr. Catudal entertained at din ner her young lady friends. Sheriff- George Brown will move in the Court house on Monday. Surveyor Walters will assist the new surveyor in his work. Mrs. Freda Trinkle has returned to her home in LaCygne, Kansas. Mrs. Jack Wolfe arrived from the west on Wednesday morning on a visit to her daughter. Mrs. Haffamier entertained company Monday evening to help celebrate the birthday of Miss Lannie. Farmer Jacob Kippes of the west Smokey valley now drives a fast team of grays when he comes to town. M. E. Dixon looks at home, like old times, as he runs the Oshant real estate office while Henry is in Topeka. District Clerk W. M. Stanton will complete -teaching his school and Bal ser Dreiling will run the office awhile. On Monday John Gross will take the keys of the Probate Judge's office and Ben...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

THE FREE PRESS H. C. FKKUSK. Ed. ad MAYS CITY, . . KAK5 French View of Marriage. The French, guided by reason, as they would say, regard the Institution of matrimony as a rational regulation of the fact of sex, as a compromise between the rights of the individual and the righta of society. The man obeys, but under protest; he is will ing to sacrifice his liberty so far, but beyond that point, he regards self abnegation as fanatical asceticism. Marriage, under French usage, says II. D. Sedgwick in Atlantic, is a part nership, In which such matters as character, tastes, education, birth and property are to be considered; con tracting families scrutinize the pro posed, bride and groom as If coming up for admittance into a club. They look at our custom of marrying for "love with amazement, as we should look at a grocer's cart that started on its rounds at 30 miles an hour. Our system confines Us view to the romantic dreams of youth, and re gards matrimony rather as a holiday ouise than ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

BLOATED WITH DROPSY. Th Heart Was Badly Affected When the Patient Began Using Doan's Kidney Pills. Mrs. Elizabeth Maxwell, of 415 West Fourth, street, Olympia, Wash., says: "For over threo year3 I suffered with a dropsical condition with out being aware Us that it wa & ff& r l to kidney f St' ?P? ble. The that it was due trou early stages were principally back ache and bear ing down pain, but I went along A without worrying much until dropsy et in. My feet and ankles swelled up, my hands puffed and became so tense I could hardly close them. I had great difficulty in breathing, and my heart would flutter with the least ex ertion. I could not walk far without stopping again and again to rest. Since using four boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills the bloating has gone down and the feelings of distress have disap peared." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. Tallest American Soldier. The distinction of being the tallesl man in the United States army be...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

ifiMEM i1 aj Ladies Shirt Waists and .Skirts. . New and Complete Line V Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. N DRESS' GOODS of every description; Fleece Lined Goods, OUTINGS Rain Proof Cloth. Men's, Hats or Car-s raniznmgs, 7 La " 9 ;coo6oS;o and Ribbons. oys Clothing; Boots & Shoes. UTii 08 '"""i 373 v ilk--: t!:e cr.r.ta separator. . .-. -i har lcr tct. Kun twice -;. ;-t u jV. i y O.o t torsuh vork, v.::i uurcble. GATORS of durability in 1 h;."!--s' ;'.! r No other i;:ooM;-.; : I'.ir-.cr : every day, winter r.:-.i ..r..- but to be jicrniauontiy j ix jL.-.jl are built for Ioh.t s jrev. A : -:, 'rv fr.ir.i encloses er.tirity all the opern.;' prirt -, n i c tir .v t.u rn fro'.u dirt and danger of in jury. Thci'iirL.-. rr ..iif.;.e ai-a easy to;vtt nt. iJalf bearir.g at hisrhepci-J points, c-t.ii.'ucJ v. :ti r.".toj:;a:ic oilinrr, reduce wear as well as iusnrc tr.c i"ict r.perr.f.ioti. Such careful and thcr-o ugn coiiitri:ct. ;ju iz via; I, lea ihc U. S. to better . W Li ia L'.i" (j Sta Ui-a ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

i ? 'THE FREE' PRESS ' . I' - ; . 5 Section II. Hays, Kansas, Jan. 12, 1907. 16 Pages. j THE DAY BEFORE THE WEDDING. Continued from Section I. The young man smiled ruefully. "Mine will keep," he said. "To tell you the truth, I was only going down to the Island for a day on the river by myself." While he was speaking Tara found bat they had turned half-unconsciously,' and that he was walking along at her side. She hadn't the spirit to make any objec tion this time. She realized with a sudden miserable pang that she felt weak and ill, and that she owed her loud-voiced landlady a fortnight's rent. "The river," she echoed dreamily and her companion could not guess what a tragic Impulse underlay the words 'the river must look beautiful on a day like this all shimmer and reflections." Then, with the "hospitable impulse to make conversa tion : "I lived near the Island once, in my mother's lifetime. I love the river more than ever now I'm away from it it's so soothing and restful." They had...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

..iiiL And nstx . . That dotii - Obsess . .1. Methodist - Sunday School at 10 a. -i Jof ...vjan-rriav witn hnrsPR to I .... ... . ... . . . . .11 -r Courtesy of Home Magazine. QL Seal m SEifition IT'S no use, Dottie, to talk about making the best of it. There is no best to it, when a man is up -against such a proposition as this. I feel as if ' the world had suddenly taken a drop, just the wrong time, too, for Atlas to lose his grip. Wish he could have held out a little while longer. I'm afraid there is no reviving hope now. ' Pandora might as well take her box and move on. . ."Why, you know, Dottie, since I was able to stand alone. Uncle Ben has talked about the time when he .would take me into business with him. Called me the junior partner before I was out of kilts, and actually made mother send me . off to school when I ought to have been at home in my, trundle-bed. I tell you it is playing it rather low. down to break his word at this stage of the game." ' "Why, Tom, he hasn't ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

t LISTENERS, of course, cannot complain of what they hear ; but Uncle did not intend to listen. He had missed his ppectacle-case when be took off his spectacles, and bad come downstairs again in his dressing-gown and slippers to look for it. The dining-room door was ajar, and be beard bis name men tioned before he bad time to cough. He bad no breath to cough with after bearing what be beard. "I'm quite sure that Uncle is trying." father said. He was father's Uncle, and he bad just come home from abroad. "I don't want him to live with us any more than you do ; but beggars can't be choosers." . "We axen't quite beggars, dad," Mar tan said, in her impulsive way. "and I'd rather beg ! 'He'll fuss and fuss and fuss ; and want us to alter everything to bis ideas. He suggests 'little improvements' in balf the things you and mother do : and as for Bob and me, everything we do is wrong. " "Young people " and she imitated Uncle's deep voice " 'young people were very different when I was young...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

1 I CUUipaiiy, iUiaaes Oti.Ul.Ll emu a. l Christan Endeavor at 6:40 p. m. Even- 1 f. their lovely home on the hilL ing services at 7:30 p. m. 4 THE DOUGI3TTS,7 T , BUSINESS VENTURE By MELVA IONA GREGORY. GETTING INTO DEBT THE EASIEST WAY TO " ESTABLISH CREDIT ,"ds OT s A wish To go w SB "JTryELL, Mother, I'm afraid we've about reached the end of our rope ; that deal . I had hoped so much from fen flatter than a pancake. What we're to do now, I'm sure I don't know : I have only four hundred dollars, alt told. It's a pretty gloomy outlook for people oar age. Now, if I was as young as I once was. I might invest it some way and make hack what we've tost; but I'm getting old, and it seems I haven't got the push I used to have." Mrs. Doughty, a phimp little old lady with a cheerful face, spread a clean, white cloth on the table and set out the evening meal. 8 be was busy thinking while her husband talked; but waited until he finished speak ing before saying anything. She. was think ing of...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

..n. ,. M r- i- i. , i ' ""' - - - - -, . J' t ; "J - . " - " -" i ii i ji i i . i. i 0 A1LIL AEOUHB.' TIE ' j: . FAR M. Soap Shots. Many years ago Eastern farmers sold their farms at high prices to bur cheap West ern lands. Now soma -farmers In the West are selling bigh-pricttd ,-land and are buying the cheap and abandoned farms of the Kast. Massachusetts and Connecticut, it is said, hare plenty of -such farms, and that enter prising Western farmers are the purchasers. It has been estimated that the average annual crop of honey in the United States amounts to 125,000.000 pounds, with a value of (8,000.000 to $10,000,000. Daring a busy time or a bad spell of weather tome things about the barn are neglected until the appearance is quite un tidy. If one will only spend a halt day pat ting things to rights about the barn it will be time well spent- A solution of crude carbolic acid will be found excellent for destroying odors, but to destroy an odor does not get rid of the cause 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. — 12 January 1907

SOW CLOVER IN MARCH B. Gobbert Missouri I sow orchard grass with my clover in stead of timothy, I prefer orchard grass for two reasons. One is - that with seed X)f my own raising I never fall to get a good stand sown at any time of the year ; second, it ripens with the clover, and if the seed stock ripens a big - tussock of green blades is mixed with the clover and when clover is deep ripe these green blades of orchard grass mixed through - the hay sweeten the whole and make it palatable. I might also add a third reason, which is the best of all, namely, it grows from early spring till late fall and is a great drouth register. I have never failed to get a stand of clover, but lost one crop by freezing and I think I sowed this in February. On March 12th, there were three blades on the clover plants and they were killed. I sowed the same field in April and got a good stand. Lost two crops by drouth after cutting off the oats and one crop after cutting off the wheat. I have sowed from ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

u u u u u LJ Fun Fc? Tha Fcsify Year Ova ldas Cmb la Settles Up Cecae Betertalaneats, How do yon am use yourself evenings ? There are many ways ia which yoa can flan games and entertainments for the family and for your visitors. Now I want to tell yoa of the best form of entertainment ever invented more fan, more real enjoyment for old and young than any other and costing you but little in the long ran. . It is so easy to learn that X am particu larly glad to pat on this page the free trial offer of the Edison Phonograph Distributers. The editor of this paper is impressed by the variety of wonders of the phonograph. Think of the musical art being handed over to a person who is absolutely without musi cal training 1 Yet this is exactly what the instrument accomplishes. Anybody can learn in 2 minutes bow to operate an Edison phonograph. Yoa arrange your own pro gram I Yoa become the director of an orchestra, the leader of a minstrel show, the creator of an entertainment I The phonogra...

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