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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

: cr,U 1 toril 1 fcr thirty-Lv.-o year: Levi- Cohen went to Rockaway Beach for the salt water bathing. He decided he wouldn't plunge into the surf for a few days so he walked down to the beach with a bucket and asked the man who had charge of the life-boat what it would cost for a lit tle salt water so he could take a sponge bath at the bath bouse. The man sized Cohen up for an easy mark and told him 25 cents a pall. Cohen paid the quarter and started off with the bucket of water. The next morning he appeared again on the beach, bucket in band. The tide was out about 700 feet. Cohen turned to the man and said : ."Vat a bizziness you are doing." J. W. Ransome. New foreman "What are you doin' there. Rafferty?" Rafferty "I'm oilin the wheelbarrow." New foreman "Well, lave it alone. I'll do it meself. What do you know, about 'machinery?" , "We have German bands and French bands and American bands, but you never hear of an Irish band. You. couldn't have one. Every man would want to be le...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

i;L,' - - . 5C fTrjiW "Wives and Mothers in Despair, Homes fi H I u Z if Made Sad, Money Wasted, Noble Lives 114 & Jfe? J I lw U Itumed, Children Disgraced tjjWf 1 ; fK ALL FROM DRINK ti ANew Remedy for the Drink Habit Sent Free 7 WMfW; . FREE to Wives FREE to Mothers i9W$ & blJ , FREE to Sisters in f t t o in-' I bla rk. irt uil I iura r ur tov bort '. ant Lun HK.U Z&nsi )rop: : lasO 100I :ar, 00 f s. $15( rid $ . mair ol ; ;ea 1 ; us FREE to Wives FREE to MotKers FREE to Sisters FREE to the Poor Drunkard Himself It Science has proven that drunkenness is a disease a Curable Disease. can be cured secretly and without the patient's knowledge. Doubt is out of the question. Nobody can fail to be convinced of the great value of Alcola in curing all kinds and conditions of intemperance. The perfect proof, the indisputable proof, the only kind of proof we ask you to accept, lies in the results Alcola has accomplished in the past and is accom plishing every day. Does your husba...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

a .t JL mi rJLa ai a.i aia ! aJU e A $ 5 fi i -t t 1 1 rl aif - f e f B - 'l 4- ' "4. ' ' '4.' - J u Si; j Bti! VTA 4 V A Handcome Fur Scarf It to nearly en and ene-balf yards Ions, made from dark Baltic Seal, baa six henry Tabs. U warm and dressy, and to Sbe very popular style which the illus tration snows, and wa know you wHl be more than pleased with it. It to an elegant fur and thoroughly good, and It will give years of satisfactory wear. The only reason that we-can offer them is that we had these furs otade up for as by a leading: manufacturer daring the dull summer months, when he could afford to quote us a very low price. This is the only reason that wa are able to give you such an expensive premium. Send your name and address and' we will send you at once 24 pieces Of oar new swell Art Jewelry, eon elating of Real Gold-plated Articles worn by the very best people. Every one will gladly bay one or more of these at ten cents apiece. Betorn us the 2.40 collected and we will Imm...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

a u u u U "Ah ! that Jlne natural edge of curiosity you spoke of lend me Insight, you perceive. But wait Listen! There are hoof-beats! It is your man " Her foot was In the stirrup and she was In the saddle almost before he had finished speaking. "I'll bid you good-night, sir, and pray your conscience may not Intervene to hinder my enterprise," she said, and would have ridden forward, but he caught Tom's bridle. "Nay, not so fast, young sir. I am con cerned for you. Who is this man, and will he not be armed for a surety?" "But I am armed likewise," was the re Ply. "Aye, with a too tender heart," was the answer. "Grant me a favor the loan of your pistol and permission to ride forward And accost the rascal." "Nay, you are a stranger to me, and you but devise a ruse to leave me defenceless while you escape with the means of protect ing yourself." She saw his head Incline in a slight bow. "As you will," he said, and then with an adroitness that surprised her, he leaped into the saddle an...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

To go ; . , .And fish..v. 1.' . ;i their lovely home on the hill. unristan .Raeavor ai omu p. m. even ing services at 7:30 p. m. JLL YV . OOUVE POST OA av3p f PUT! ' fcr thirty-iv.-o years ar.d S .. 1 " ' 1 Vi-'--r ?r-iTvrvr- furnish cards listed below for Dt etck and od our Ml nitrated family Maculae eVUKK for three aaontAa, Ko orxlor fllW for Ism than 10 coma. Money back tf not fwfaad. These cards ara printed ia anaay beaattfiU colon. Just the Ulng for Gtft cards. O la Biajrraes A Smikn Ssaaty S Fealts-aee 4 lawicaa BeanMes Ili'MfM T TUeta CkiMhsed a T wtw Haofc a Tfce Tana a the ll la VMM TsnsM.s II Tke Bay at ft-aalee XI Did Yea Lay Ws Keg I 11 steeea tmr Im li Muu a Meal U Oaed Mage 33 Hitting aha Fir 1 I a aot a Xesaiaa 34 Waiting for Feea U Liana Mies Taeeuag Sa Tba Milk Maid HrnMlrIraiTN M Tha finawa Daagater IT The Ml. of la rUa ST Pin taaa ia Art 1 Tba Seasaeer Mrt M Kiaa and Ba friends 1 A Hiiiili Kan t Angtieee X ajaieing Rapaired WkUaTaa WaM M Faaa aad Paa Wbeo erderlai...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

uy .la u u y. U U U LJ Woman's Chance for Employment Vj- Miss Brown, as we called her. is young and resourceful, but skilled in any particu lar liae of work, as her education has been general. Sbe left ber borne a year ago witb exactly $5 in ber pocket above tbe priee of ber- railroad fare to San Francisco, assuming tbat even the poorest aspirant for work starts upon ber quest witb tbat meagre sum in reserve. Upon reaching San Fran cisco she- immediately inserted the follow ing advertisement in the three leading news papers: "A young E astern woman not afraid of work, desires position where energy and industry will be appreciated." White waiting for replies Miss Brown engaged- lodgings at $2 per wek in one ot the "rooming ho use a" witb. which, the city teemed from end to end, and meanwhile tbe . amazingly familiar manners of ber fellow-boarders put ber on ber guard against too much friendliness. It was "a way they bad out there." she was told wben she remonstrated witb an offensive...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

AnjJ fis!i .:. I mg services ax. p. Ill I I 1 I 1 1 5 ess mm if (7 . 1 The American System requires no charts, patterns or mechanical devices of anv kind. It is most thorough and com- in eigiy detail, and yet is wonderfully simple and easily red. wieBMltlrelr rurtatM that after completing this course of instructions you wiu be able to Design, Draft, Cat, Fit, Make, Drop " and Trim any Garment from the Simplest , Apron to the most Elaborate Evening down Gnrfut Dmtutrra Waate at Oaee in many good ' towns and cities Most Inviting field offered women. 5 A WEEK Pal. t Expert DrvMaaakera. Maay KeelT0 Much More. Take our course at home by mail and prepare yourself for one of these high, grade positions. , f, r . my . Dressmakings is the Ideal occupation for mO Into oaei' women. Our graduates open up estab- ne for Yourself lishments of their own and are wonder fully successful. Make Your Own Clothing cilytfessl'eriu Dree Better at Le Cot teach yon so that you can dress tar better at much le...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

J' Jul rJ VLB aT ttf Mf? I i i itf -TJ Friday hist"'" j 3 2d 1 ; 4 . - er ag ' pt Sa . meer . runs. i .nd w been r h assi ' - v irt U -X ' 0 Top tend- " eeting js, ma; iny otb ones; sday. j, eived v this cor' n and nes'ge V ipc . ,w on da the au rlwind act sht iday e? -morni J1 lose laybe L le the bligin$ of Un. f the 9 lK t f or 1 havir ; over 1 ' in the 5 black e are ii k offer, rt oft lildihg f imped -urging own an orers el . ind Eas umber t cler's, nsas. ' priatv . i were ist weel 1 $85,01 a and for$ . for r.e 50,000 f( $25,000 intenam it giv ; ance ai j rement 1 I Sow Tomen Who Stay at Maine Jjj' May Earn Money. - The rank and file of womankind have but little knowledge of the real things of life, and their - attempts to turn into cash that knowledge are many times pitiful. The woman who Is forced to add to the family income and "who has no special training to help her can usually do best in her ova home town. Strike out a new line if you can. The only thing that is required is...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 January 1907

--( -Tri I We nave De gh". ' j for thirty-two year j have in.irrcvc:ii Dooorafo Your Homo The Editor Tells You Today of an Op portunity to Beautify Your Home Free of Charge Every Jdy, rich or poor, likes to have a pretty home. Of course yon want nice furniture and pretty decorations in your house and as nice as any of your neighbors have. Sometimes it is a pretty hard pull to keep cp with the richer people and yet have that air of culture and refinement about the home of which every woman is proud. But when you can get beautiful decora tions and get them free just for doing somebody a friendly turn without even any real work then it's your loss. Madam, if you neglect this opportunity. A Wonderful Liberal Offer And just because I know that the readers of my paper will take advantage of this opportunity, I am particularly glad to tell my subscribers of a most honest and won derfully liberal offer. Look on this page at the magnificent dinner set with the rev t .-armrfcn. se& ruea "...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 January 1907

FEME St ite Historical Society ,1 VOL. XXV. NO. 10 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JAN.' 19, 1907. , HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. r T f 4$ I 1 k 'i I LOCAL NEWS. (a) ss5; Monday night brought us a light fall of snow. Prof. Ford of Ellis spent Friday in our city. Harry Telton's boy fell from his horse this week and broke his arm. All the week it has been foggy and the ground covered with snow. Register, Roth has begun his 2d term and enjoys h's work. The stores have signed another agree ment to close evenings, except Satur day, at 8 o'clock: The Occidental Lodge are to meet on next Tuesday evening in the Brunswick annex on important business and would invite. a full attendance. Janitor Pete Staab, jr., has been ap pointed for another year, which assures more good care to the Court house yard and trees. Editor John Freese goes to Topeka this, Sunday morning to ,attend - the State Editorial Association meeting to be held there next week. RAND buys all kinds of ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 January 1907

THE FREE PRESS H. C. rttEKSE. Ed. and r2W MAYS CITY, What does the Kaiser know about good cooking, anyhow? He has no fond memories of the kind mother used to make. "Man is a plain necessity," says one of the women writers. Oh, well, he wouldn't be so plain if he '"fixed up" thc way woman does. Of languages which so widely dif fer among themselves as to be In comprehensible without particular study the number readily exceeds 1.000. James Bryce, the new llritlsh am bassador to this country, has declined to receive a title. He, need not ex ject to become popular with our heiresses. A wealthy American girl is going to marry a baseball player. Thi3 la cer tainly an indication that the tastes of the girl3 have been elevated since the days when they used to pick out duke3 and counts. It has just been discovered that Gashavant G. Pandit, a very wealthy high-caste Hindu and a protege of the Gackwar of Baroda, is working as a common laborer in an acid factory at Koscoe, N. D. Pandit, though s...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 January 1907

t. 1 1 e f ySTSIXSiiliL 1 IfJ FORTY-EIGHT PE-RU- A CUR EO Cold Affected Head and Throat Attack was Severe. Clias. W. Dowman, 1st Lieut, and Adjt. 4 th M. S. M. Cav. Vols., writes from Lunham, Sid.. a3 follows: "Though somewhat averse to pat eat medicines, and still more averse to becoming a professional affidavit man, it seems only a plain duty iu the present instance to add my ex perience to the columns already writ ten concerning the curative power3 of Peru no. "I have been particularly benefited by Its use for colds In the head and t tiro.it. I have been able to fully cure myself of a most severe attack in forty-eight hours by lis use according to directions. I use it as a preventive whenever threatened with an attack. "Members cf my family also use 'It for like . ailments. We are recom mending it to our friends." Chas. W. Bowman. Ask Your Druggist' for Free Peruira Almanac for 1907. Destructive Yellow River. Thousands of men work all their lives at securing the banks of the crea...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 January 1907

i STOCK ! Ladies Shirt Waists and -Skirts New and Complete Line Ladies' Cloaks -and Furs. NEW ! - 9 to Russell county people 'are signing a I petition asking the Governor to appoint i Henry M. Laing of that county as the Regent of the State Agricultural Col lege and 'Experiment station to take ! HAVING IT OUT A CONFAB. FEMININE ,We come upon the two women while they are in the, midst of a dig- the place of State Superintendent E. j nified but none the less earnest dls- 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. sTOI to 3 5:s-?)-;sxs0oa V BE Ul 3 U It of durability in n hi-rtr 1 rr.cfcv.te I.!:c t r.o crtaiu separator. No other machine a :anh,r I-us a harder test. Run twice every day, winter avd su:vtv.or. j; ru-.Jt. not only do thorougn worn, but to be permanently prefHabl.:, it rr.ust be durable. C SFe E A IVi SEPARATORS are built for lon so...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 January 1907

rW Society 11111 1 if c. , , , - 4 VOL. XXV. NO. 11 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JAN. 26, 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. A -4 If If V i LOCAL NEWS. s A small cold wave came this way on Thursday, pleasing the ice men Schlyer and Son this week received a car load of buggies. Madden will buy all kinds of hogs, Bring them in any day in the week Ed Yost and Henry Schwaller return ed Tuesday from their western trip, James II. Reeder has had another of his sick spells this week but is on the mend again. Next Tuesday morning at 4:45 to o'clock a partial eclipse of the moon will be visible here. Contractor Clark, who built the Nor mal school gymnasium, was visiting in our town on Tuesday. Mrs. Adam Haas has her mother, Mrs. Guilbert from near Wakeeney visiting her. Mrs. Downing and Mrs. Stainer will entertain their lady friends at a tea on Tuesday evening next. Thomas is filling his ice houses with beautiful 8 inch ice from the Zeigler dam west of town The frie...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 January 1907

THE FREE PRESS U. V. TEEESE, E4. Md Ftt&k HAYS CITY, tCAKS The Beet-Sugar Industry. The census of 1005 shows much progToss in the fcet-susar industry of the United States, showing: 5t es tablishments, against four In 1SS0, says the Paltlmorc Sun. At present $05.922, 4j9 13 Invested In beet-susar Induction, and the annual product is worth 524.CD3.T04. Most of the in crease of riant and product has taken p!ace since 1900, when the output was worth but $7,323,857. Of the 2.175.417 tons of beets grown In the' census year on 210,757 acres and cost ins $U,345,7S5, four-fifths were grown by contract by independent farmers. The sugar factories do not jrrow their supply of beets to any large extent. Granulated beet sugar was produced to the'extent of 4DG,C1S,314 pounds, worth $23,493,273. Other products were raw sugar, 11,223,607 pounds; molasses, 9.003,612 gallons, and pulp, worth $202,070. The leading states in beet sugar are Colorado, Michigan and California, the first producing $7,1Q...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 January 1907

RUINED BY OVER PROFUSION. TERRIBLE TO RECALL. CURELY WINS THE PAL?,. Still Whisper Old, Sweet Story LOVE STILL HAS ITS PLACE IN THE WORLD. Marriages of Affection Arc as Numer ous as Ever, Despite Woman's En try 'into the Cares of Modern Business. Is sweetheartlng on the wane? It all depends whom you ask, of course. The grumpy old bachelor, who has forgotten that he was ever, young, and that at least one sweet woman might have loved him. and 'who smokes a lonely pipe by, his 111 "kept hearth," will tell you that the foolery Is out of datethat all the mar riages of to-day are arranged on a basis of pecuniary consideration, that the young men are looking for heir esses and the girls for settlements, .lie will give you statistics to prove that love is well lost out of the world, and this sphere will be a perfect place when every infant is a ward oT the state. The spinster who has diligent ly spent the last 20 years in trying to get herself married will doubtless agree with him. Hut she ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 January 1907

THE FREE PRESS ST. C FKEESE, K. ad fllb MAY CITY, KANS, The Beet-Sugar Industry. The census of 1905 shows much progress in the beet-sugar industry of the United States, showing 51 es tablishments, against four in 1880, says the Baltimore Sun. At present S55.923.459 Is Invested in beet-sugar production, and the annual product is worth $24,393,794. Most of the in crease of plant and product has taken place since 1900, when the output was worth but $7,323,857. Of the 2,175,417 tons of beets grown In the census year on 24 0,757 acres and cost ing $11,345,785, four-fifths were grown by contract by independent farmers. The sugar factories do not grow their supply of beets to any large extent. Granulated beet sugar was produced to the extent of 496,618,314 pounds, worth $23,493,373. Other products were raw sugar, 11,223.607 pounds; molasses, 9,609,642 gallons, and pulp, worth $202,070. The loading states in beet sugar are Colorado, Michigan and California, the first producing $7,198, 982 w...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 January 1907

HOUSEHOLD FRIEND. THE noiKGS OF CONGRESS BALM OF SCRIPTURE I f t-ar Catarrh(pf;J;i;:'J Coughs, Colds, KjMlKk it - ' A . t ': POfi I j t ? Yi i x r-i t3 ; ' x - vV ft -it O fee--i STOW1 1 w wri x- 'Lra Pcruna it a household friznd i'i more that: a Million homes, T7iis numher is increasing" every day. Per una has become a household word all over -the Jingish speaking -world. It is an old tried remedy or ell ca tarrhal diseases oj the head, .throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys, bladder and female organs. Ask Your Druggist for Free Peruna Almanac for 1007. Keeps Young by Outdoor 'Exercise. Although James Bryee, the new British ambassador to this country. Is 6S years old, he has not by any means exhausted his physical ener gies or his fondness for exercise in the open. His favorite recreation is mountain climbing:, and he in presi dent of the English Alpine club. Youthful Astronomer. Robert H Baker, formerly of the Amherst faculty, is assistant astrono mer of the Allegheny observatory at the...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 January 1907

I IMMENSE "STOCK:!' I - - - 11 - - 1 ' " (!) & Ladies Shirt Waists and .Skirts; I m New and Complete Line Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. NEW DRESS GOODS of every description. Fleece Lined Goods, OUTINGS, Rain Proof Cloth. .... (!) . : - 8 Hats & Caps J Laces, Trimmings, and Ribbons. Men's, . Youths' and Boys' Clothing; , Boots & Shoes. STORE f iHE IS THE TEST of durability in a htsh-rpcfl v.i.cY.'.r.c V.Ua t'-.e cream separator. No other machine a la: :::i. r Uii-.s lins a harder test. Ruii twice every day, winter ar.d suirr.tr, L T:n:r-t not only do thorough work, but to be permanently prefkabk-, k jjjUit be durable. C KEAM o SEPARATORS are built for lonj? service. A r.oH.l, iow frame encloses entirely all the operating parts, protecting them from dirt and danger of in jury. The purl9 nrelew, siiujile and easy to ct at. Ballbearings at high speed pi.ir.ts, coin'i)i:il with cr.toniatic oiliny, reduce wear as well as insure the cr.hiest operation. Such careful and thor ough, co...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 2 February 1907

State Historical Society THE VP WW VOL. XXV. NO. 12 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, FEB; - 9 (s) LOCAL NEWS. ft) Next Monday comes Pension day for the old soldiers again. Mr. Lawrence Taylor, formerly of Hays, is now working in Canada. Madden will buy all kinds of hosrs Bring them in any day in the week Don't forget if you have hogs to sell JohnO'Laughlin wants to buy all kinds Mrs. J. E. Dodge was here during this week on a visit to Mrs. Zeigler, The sun tried hard to shine this week but the clouds took pity on the ice men and kept it cloudy. lhe eclipse of the moon this week .was visible to some of our citizens very plainly. lienry Tholen of Victoria returned home this week from his trip in the southern part of the county and over in Rush county. This has been a fine week for skating on the .Normal pond and the young peo ple have enjoyed it and so thick there is no danger. Comrade Jim Craig has been ordered by the Pension office to go before the examining board ...

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