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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 2 February 1907

THE FREE PRESS W. C FBEKSE, E4. mm T3 HAYS CITY, -KAN a It Is sad when our friends depart, but It is worse when our virtues die. Until the sultan engaged a Euro pean artillery expert, Raisuli didn't know that the imperial forces were firing at him. Bomb-throwing seems to be on the increase in this country. Funny that it isn't applauded as it is when it happens away off in Russia. Philologists have found that origin ally the word chauffeur meant mur derous brigand. How in the world could the meaning of It ever have been so changed? There is reassurance for Mr. At wood in the words from Berlin that surgery can now attach a beheaded man's head to the trunk again, that is unless the man has lost his head entirely. Parisians, who like to have a des ignating epithet for everything and everybody, call the actresses who ride in touring cars, wrapped up in automo bile coats, "the little bears of the boulevards." We are having the kind of a win der in which a shrewd husband can make a big hit...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 2 February 1907

Invigorate the Digestion. To invlcorato the digestion and stimulate the torpid liver and bowels there Is nothing so good as that old family remedy, Brandreth Pills, which has been in use for over a century. They cleanse the blood and impart new vigor to the body. One or two every night for a week will usually be all that is required. For Constipation or Dyspepsia,' one or two taken every night will afford great relief. Brandreth's Pills are the same fine laxative tonic pill your grandparents used and being purely vegetable are adapted to every system. 1 Sold in every drug and medicine store, either plain or sugar-coated. Long and Remarkable Life. Soffold tells us of a remarkable rec ord f an old man of his acquaintance employed . by Mr. William Lodge, ol Qorleston-on-Sea. This old gentleman began his working life as a farm la borer 71 years ago, before Queen Vic toria came to the throne, and at 81 he can still drive a plow as well as most men of half his years. Almost more remarkabl...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 2 February 1907

i O mm n ti j ' u -t Bra -. r mm ' -t 6 o. I Ladies Shirt Waists ancKSkirts.-1 ' New and Complete . Line i 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; g Hats 8c Caps Boots & Shoes. 2EI&EIT; - i . - .. . .: :z.:: . - "tBSIE OS THE TEST ' fiflL of durability in p. hi c 1 -r.-incl-.itio li':e tlic cream separator. No other jiiachiiv.- : i: : ::;- .:. I'.as a harder test. Kun twice everyday, wi:;ter audsm-.ircr, it :.: jtr.ot only do thorough "work, but to be permanently iivof.iu'-L:, 1. i.-.ustbc durable. oSEPAI are built for ioti.tr service. A i oiid, low frame encloses entirely all the opcrati:i.r pirt.T, 7-r')t-ctii);v tlicm from dirt and danger of in jury. The pi its are lev, simple avd easy to $ret at. Ballbearings at highspeed points, ccmhii.tU viih r.utoVnr.tic oiling', reduce wear as well as insure the easiest operation. Such careful an...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

State Historical 'Soticty 1 tsL VOL. NO; 13 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY .' . ( LOCAL NEWS. Next Thursday is &t. Valentine's day Don't forget if you have hogs to sell JohnO'Laughlin wants to buy all kinds. The farmers who drove in to Court on Tuesday morning found the weather biting cold Miss Queenie Cox has returned home . from her visit with friends in Gove Co. , and reports a nice trip. Carpenter Dode Barnes is home from Salina on a vacation, no outside build ing this cold weather. Ice cutting continued this week, our citizens putting up every pound, possi ble, it being solid and clear as crystal Madden will buy your HOGS and will pay the highest market price. Take them to him. The Eastern Star'lodge at their meet ing last week took in another member and enjoyed a feast set by Mrs. Field. The past two weeks of bad weather have, been rough on shippers of cream, no pasturing of wheat and heavy feed ing required. With so many farmers now shipping cream and the double price during th...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

Hays City Free Press H. C. Freese, Ed. Pub. HAYS CITYr KANSAS. The Superstition of Seamen. Seamen are superstitious, but their notion that certain vessels are unlucky teems often to be borne out by facts, ays Leslie's Weekly. Tke steamer Saratoga, which was sunk on the Hud son riTer several weeks ago by col lision with the Adirondack, had long been accounted unlucky by Hudson river captains. Her misfortunes be gan by her success In getting aground mysteriously and often when she was new, though she had one of the most skillful and careful of commanders; and it was her way to get stuck in the mud for a good long stay. An unlucky ship which had a very eventful history was the Cromartyshire, which was re cently wrecked off the coast of Chile. She was built in Scotland in 1879, and her quarter century of life was full of tragedy. On July 4, 1S9S. she sank the (French liner La IJourgogne ia a col lision, 562 lives being lost. A few 'years ago she caught fire, narrowly es caping total des...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

THE VHITE PLAGUE 8YSTEMATIC WARFARE WAGED TO WIPE OUT CONSUMPTION. Warning That Intemperance Increases the Liability to Contract Disease -Neglected Colds a Prolific Source. Organized effort Is now being made throughout the United Stated to fight consumption- A warning Is given against Intemperate habits, which in crease the liability to consumption, while spitting is public places is de precated, as the disease is frequently contracted from dried sputum Colds should not be neglected, as they leave the lungs in a peculiarly receptive condition for the tuburcu lar germ. The following simple for mula will break up a cold in! twenty four hours. A leading authority on lung trouble says that when pre pared from pure Ingredients, it will cure any cough that is curable. Tate half ounce Virgin Oil of Pine (Purest two ounces glyctrine and half pint good whisky. Shake well and use In teaspoonful doses every four hours. The Ingredients can be secured from any good prescription druggist at small...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

i I; ! . ' Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts. ! Nejv 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 is9 x uuuia emu ujy o viuuiuig9 Hats & Caps - - Boots & Shoes. .. fe V TIKiE of durability in n hi-ppc.i': No other nachiuc a f.:r:.ie: :: every flay, winter cud svinr.icr, but to be permanently proiiUib are built lor long sen-ice. A solul, low frame encloses entirely all tbe oyeratin parts, r-r-'tctii.'-T t:ic:u from dirt cud danger of in jury. The parts are few, simple and easy to set at. Ballbearings et bisrh spi-od points, coir.bine.1 with automatic oilinj?, reduce wear as well an insure U:c easiest operation, i'.uch careful and thor ough construction is what .nab les tte i . o. to Dctter 3 f I rink 1 I i- A Siti lv'ri or r-i anv ind of tyr:ns. nr. til vou have received our com ffilTV A 1 11 If W J lri'- iHu-tratiiu: nnd descri'binj every hind of high-R...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

THE F RILE: r Hays, Ks., Feb. 9, 1907. 16 Pases r: 1 CM1 up No. 12 for the Neatest Printed Stationery Samples of all work cheerfully shown on request. KATE ELMORE, leading ilady Jack came borne from school to his fath er'e funeral, and he never went back again. He and his mother had to make a fight for life. The mother's friends did a little for her, and ehe managed to get a little house of furniture together and to let lodgings to city clerks and so to make both end bread and cheese. Jack, thanks to the same peo ple people who had known the Smedleys In their "better days" was lucky enough to obtain a situation in the office of a stock broker. He was really only a superior er rand boy at first, but he was paid ten shillings a week, and that was a wonderful help to the widow in her struggles with the landlord and the rate collector, not to men tion the baker and the butcher. Jack was a handsome boy and ani amiable boy. He had been a favorite at school, and he was soon a, favorite wit...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

! But even now there was no proof that these surmises were correct, and Rose couldn't leave the matter where it was. "Mr. Yarborough," she said, "I am de termined that I will find this actor who calls himself Wilson, and see for myself if he is my husband. I can't rest now until I know the truth, however terrible that truth may be." Tom Yarborough went back to London ; he had bis business to attend to, but Rose went to the hotel and stayed in the little town. She determined to find out from the company and from the landlady of Mr. Wilson's lodgings what kind of man this Mr. Wilson was. " She went next day to the lodgings. The -landlady could tell her very little. Might she see the rooms? .Certainly. They were poorly furnished, dull, uncomfortable-looking rooms small parlors divided by a folding door. They were what is known in the profession as "theatrical diggings," and they changed their occu pants almost week by week. Some of the tenants were careful, but some were not, and the g...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

-rn: r nil it? ? ft you have losel Krue:er -r...-.7 L IB ffi liar to How to Give It V .1 i JV T-W; ELIZABETH W. SM 'L r H ' MORRISON Courtesy Home Magazine Wif v - ( HISTORY says that St. Valentine was beheaded by Emperor Claudius because the young peo ple were so fond of him. He had great power in making love affairs run smoothly and in straight ening out quarrels. When he was overcome with misfortune the young mourned him and met secretly each year to pay homage to his memory. On these occasions s they presented each other with little tokens which they called St. Valentine offer ings, and from this the custom of celebrating February 14th has reached its present popularity. A clever entertainment for this day fan be carried out as fol lows: Tiny pink tinted bristol board hearts are prepared by the hostess, four or five inches across the widest part; upon these write suitable quotations, among which the following will be found appropriate: 'Love always looks for love again; If ever ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

I Cupid blindfolded. Another form of inviting guests is to use Cupid post cards, then .enclose in envelopes and send through the mail. Hearts in all designs, some bleeding with a dart's pierce, winged, hitched to Cupid's cap of roses with blue ribbons. The menu, printed on rose colored ribbon, makes a dainty souvenir of the feast. The. lettering can be done at home' by outlining with pencil, then going over with liquid aluminum. A dainty table decoration is made of a rose heart; the dart of yellow buds is placed on one end of the table. From this a linked chain of rosebuds and pink hearts, winding in and out of the pink and white china, ends at the extreme end of the table in a bow and ends of pink satin ribbon. Another dainty decorative conceit is to have a sil ver loving cup (a tin one will answer every purpose) filled with roses and buds. Around the base red heart boxes attached to pink and silver ribbons which extend to the cover are placed, and each con tains some souvenir. So ...

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

kf JUJ.M.J&.- 10) J LB UlJA. 'f I . V c. ! illbi r tow I r. froir, Hi 1 and, out is a and ffice) ek. J peka city t on I 1' aist- heat ring iOth, !3 in the the fire food the Star con- nly. and who andJ nes text iiist ials, j 75 a onl four will J , La.'! 1 r last rr.t, . I i - Mir: 1 EN. Dainty Vork for Willing Hands Coaductcd by HART wILMORH r DESCRIPTION OF CROCHET STITCHES Chain (eh.) r A series of stitches (sts.) or loops, each drawn with the hook through loop preceding. Slip-stitch (si. st.): Drop the stitch on the hook ; take up the one it is desired to join, and draw the dropped stitch through. This is used as a fastener, or joining stitch, where close work is wanted. Single crochet (a. c.) : Having a stitch on the needle, put hook through work, take up the thread and draw it through the work and the stitch on the needle at the same time. This Is sometimes called "close-chain stitch." . Double crochet &. c.) : Having a stitch on the needle (as will be understood in fol ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

SPRING WORK WITH CHICKENS E. C. Wainright, Illinois. ALL AROUND THE-- FARM TTirnurr- " Conducted by S. C. Hulz w WRONG WAY TO PLOW CORN HOW have you been plowing your corn? Throwing the dirt away from the roots at the last plowing? Better change your method and stop cutting off the roots. A Maryland farmer says that plowing corn, throwing the dirt away from the roots Is nothing short of plant murdert And he is right. In Illinois, and in fact in all the corn states, it was the general practice twenty years ago to plow corn the last time very deep, thus cutting oft the roots and crippling the plant. Many farmers Btill continue this practice although it has long been abandoned by all good farmers. A good farmer in the South says te has taken out corn 25 days after planting that was 14 inches high with roots 30 inches long. No implement other than the im proved' quadruple cultivator or weeder was used on this ground from the time the corn was put in until it was laid by. A cultivator of...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

am J i m iuijAM JOHN HARRIS KENTUCKY - OF ?$&5g&r -'iN o tL; K iib( I ror tir ari outj i is a-' v Bee) eka city i on ist ieat 3 in the the the fire ood the Ur on- ind led ho ies ext net y 5a on ur rill t3 OHM HARRIS. County, T I Kentucky, as a boy was noted for bis cowardice, and aa a man not only feared bis fellow men, but- would go miles out of bis way to avoid women. Yet there came a time in Kentucky, as well as other parts of the South, when the true courage of all men was severely tested. During the Presidential election of 18dO men in Kentucky voted viva voce, and of course, every one expected that John Harris would take to the woods, as he was known to be- a rank Abolitionist and the only Lin coln man in the whole county. As John was a quiet, inoffensive man and a great reader, and never seemed to have the courage to resent, many insults were heaped upon him when his anti slavery statements were known. The memorable election day of 1860 was at hand : excitement was ve...

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

i Mark Stiles' oecret J5 .rYjffigggY BMaey Elwon Philips. - ' ONE cold winter's evening two men were talking earnestly in a private room belonging to a certain restau rant just off So ho. It was not a very reputable place, but that wai precisely the reason why Ferdi nand Horfcy chose it. Ita owner was not' a man of great reputation, nor above lending his aid in a transaction that many honest men would have turned their backs upon. "Now, you have only to do your part," observed Ferdinand Horley, who possessed a long, thin face, weak eyes, and a general shiftiness of manner. "I believe I have thought of everything. Hut, for goodness' sake, keep Clara out of the way, Stiles. Any witness would ruin the whole thing. And my cousin Julian is an impressionable sort of fellow a veri table fool, you might say. I only want him to quarrel with me, do you see? I'll provide cause enough, trust me. But any woman mixed up in the business would spoil the whole concern." Mark Stiles nodded, as he cur...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

Beautify Your Homo The CJtor Tells You Today How EHy Yoa Can Win Prize to Decorate Your Home I .... .-BW I J . .Jf f L 1L . L Did you ever win a prize a real beauti ful, artistic, valuable prize, something of waica 70a xeit proud e If yoa have, I can point out a way for juu 10 win anotner. u yoa nave not, 1 can show yon how yon can win a magnificent one Dy the slightest effort. For this great prize offer does not cost yoa one cent. Yon want a pretty home, don't rout So if yoa will follow me through this short article and then read the g-rea t prize offer on this Pate, you will discover how Tery, very easy It is to secure something that wiltglve your home an artiatio tone, something that will beautify it and make your friends envy yoa. Yoa will say to yourself: "My. I wish I had had this offer long ago." Dinner Set For a Prize Look at the picture of the magnificent mono gram dinner set on this page. 100,000 of the prize sets are going to be distribui d f ree. and every one of our rea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

I ion Ouro OancGr 7 At Home Without Pain, Plaster or Operation and I Tell Yon How, Free. -S r hT d KB. new and seemlng-Iy unxajiLug treatment (or the reUef and cor of -the deadily eanoer. I hare made nM en oat astonish ing cures. I believe every person with eanosr shoald know of this marvelous medletneandlta won derful core, and I will be glad to fall Information free to all who write me and tell me about their ease. Peter Reagan, Gslesburg, 111., had oaneer of the month and throat. Doctor aid, "no hope." Mr. Keagan wrote: "It is only a question of a short time I mnat die." To-darhU can cer la healed up and be 1 well. My mar TCiosi mdlatised . - soia uiu it, it nas fZZZa L ST other Just such cares wETl. 2?T. 5LTSl"l.t to Its credit. It is Plaster, Me Kalfe. Or. Well.. MT.lBf7 pp,, eTer nT and restoring them to health and strength. If you hare cancer or any lump or sore that you believe la cancer, write t4ay and learn how ot era have been cured quickly and safeiT and at tbit small ex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

1 4 is) ft Then she suddenly bethought herself of me pucner or water, and. hoping that it might have .pome magic power, she ran to fetch it. and sprinkled a few drops over the fierce swarm of rats. In a moment not a tail nor a whisker was to be seen. Each one had made for his hole as fast as his legs could carry him, so that the Princess could safely take her pot of pinks. She round tnem nearly dying for want of water, and hastily poured all that was left in the pucner upon tnem. As she bent over them, enjoying their delicious scent, a soft voice. that seemed to rustle among the leaves. saia : "Lovely Felicia, the day has come at last when I have the happiness of telling you how even the flowers love you and rejoice in your Deauty. , The Princess, quite overcome by the strangeness of hearing a cabbage, a ben, and a pink speak, and by the terrible sight of an army of rats, suddenly became very - pale, and fainted away. At this moment In came Bruno ; working nard in me neat nad not im...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

RHEUMATISM Cored Through the Feet New External Remedy Found Which is Curing Thousands. A Postal Brings Anyone A $1 Pair Free to Try If you have rheumatism, write today for a pair of Magic Foot Drafts to try Free. They're curing many of the toughest old cases on record, and. all the earlier stages. Magic Foot Drafts cured J. Wesley Ben nett, Indianapolis, Ind., after 25 years suf fering. Disease hereditary, his brother having died from rheumatism. Cured two years ago, no return of disease. Magic Foot Drafts cured Miss C. Tena Segoine, Auburn, N.Y., after 10 years suf fering and using crutches. Cured two years ago, no return since. W. F. Bogguss, 326 V. 6 1st St., Chicago, tried six different physicians and spent six weeks in expensive sanitarium without avail. Cured by Magic Foot Drafts. "Magic Foot Drafts cured me entirely. It is a wonderful thing." Rev.J.Holz,Chk.ago. I We have letters from thousands besides these who have been cured by Magic Foot Drafts. Simple and harmless, being...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

.11 r. Dnuosfor; I T.l P O n T A f J T If y on have delayed investing in this stock, you mast act quickly if yon want it at the present price. It will advance in price in a few day, as the allotment to be sold at 33c per share will soon be gone. DO.VT LET THIS BE ANOTHER LOST OPPORTUNITY. READ THIS CAREFULLY. IT MAY BE JUST WHAT YOU WANT. REMEMBER THIS IS NO MINING OR OIL SCHEME, BUT A SAFE. CONSERVATIVE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY Srv Ti We are Already Assured of More Order Than We Can Possibly Fill Next Year. &: Hnim Femumcfflipfl 2S Oar Crude Oil Burner Solves the Fuel Problem for Steaming and Domestic Uses. The Only Steal and alloabte Iron Casting Plants-in tho Entire 8 outhues o Piunro rnn ai nn I- lifsll a. I f a. f al nr i . . o anAnca run i.uu i viii uiniroi ureal aouinwesi l raae .- 33e per snare skss No Stock Jobbing Ml nine Scheme. A Safe, Conservative Manufacturing Enterprise. Strongly Endorsed by the Manu facturers and Merchants' Asso ciation of Kansas City. THIS IS IMPO...

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