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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

I THE CHTTDE OIL POWEB. COMPANY. Tbe oil industry In Kansas Is an important one, one that is destined to add largely to the resources of tbe State. The development of the same ha been phenomenal, but the future success of this industry depends largely on tbe utilization of the product. Therefore, it is gratifying at this time to call attention to tbe page announcement in this issue of the Crude Oil Power Company, of Kansas City. We earnestly inTite our readers to carefully peruse what tbey have to say. and advise their hearty co-operation. "The,, Kansas Farmer" believes them to be safe and reliable, and they deserve congratulations for their enterprise in establish ing this mammoth new industry at Kansas City. The chief promoters in this enterprise are E. E. Richardson, who for thirty-two years has been tbe secretary and treasurer of the Kansas City Stock Yards Company, and his able assist ant, MaJ. P. C. Vincent, a successful financier and organizer of a n timber of tbe large and s...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

ZL ITU. Ms. ;ltfLmj&L.m y V tu - ti- He W old articles to consignors before they are spoiled, but on no account try to sell any thing that Is not strictly fresh and first class, as by ao doing you destroy the con fidence of the patron as to the quality of ,the goods. Fancy work and aprons of all r kinds also find a ready sale. For the woman who is home bound and yet likes to earn her own "pin money," the?e are quite a number of ways which I have found successful as well as delightful. I have found '"quilting" to be a most profitable way. From fifty cents to one dollar and a . half is what I charge per spool, the price depending on the pattern used. Three spools are required for a, plainly stitched quilt. I now have orders for three quilt, and I expect to take quite a number before the winter is over. Although my brother planted the onion sets upside down, nevertheless they grew, and last spring several nickels were made by selling fresh onions to our neighbors at five cents per ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 February 1907

J-: wai You Join Me in Mailing As a conservative business man, I tell you that we CAN do it jignt there in Cobalt. the ricKest silver mining district in the history of the world. is your chance to make a big income for life by investing in a legitimate mining property. A safe, sound, honestly managed propo-. sition backed by men of the highest character and standing, who have put their own money into the purchase of 560 acres in the very heart of the Cobalt region within gun shot of Nipissing, Temiskaming, La Rose, Foster and other famous mines that are making enormous fortunes for their owners. The land is of absolutely proved -value. Construction and Development work is being pushed to the limit. WHAT I SAW IN COBALT. iribLi lD7lte ol? J.oIn "J? in. thU Investment I do so with full personal knowledge of actual facts. My Information 1 exact and first hand. For months I have been investigating the mining district of Cobalt. Canada the Kreatest stiver-producing camp in the world. I f...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 February 1907

State Historical Soci?tv " VOL. XXV. NO. 14 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO. KANSAS, FEB. 16, 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. (a . Mrs. I. M. Yost visited here this week, and looking real welL Sell your horses to Rand, who will be in Hays on the 20th of February. Some lady left her fur boa at the editor's home Tuesday. Whose is it? Hugh Fitzpatrick returned to town Monday after a trip in the west lasting several weeks. Miss Alice Freese came down from Grainfield Fridav eveniner to be" with her sick mother. Recent Griffith soent the week at Manhattan in attendance at a meeting of the Board of Regents. Last Sunday was an ideal day and nearly everyone it seemed, was out riding or walking. The chunk chunk of the auto is again heard on our streets. This is a sure sign of the approach of Spring. Frank McLain is pencil pushing and managing boss at the Republican office during the editor's absence this week. Captain Joe Waters, the Topeka lawyer, came up from the capital ci...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 February 1907

Hays City Free Press H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. There are some secrets of the soul that we dare not mention to ourselves. Sometimes the unwritten law has a written form of expression. Lemons have advanced in price. An other proof of their popularity this The reign of political bosses ends when voters think and act on inde pendent lines. When your money and friends have departed It Is just the right time to set up and go to work. Probably it was a fortunate thing that the shah of Persia left no prop erty. He left 800 wives. Other volcanoes getting lively. Mount Etna shows an inclination to get Into the running also. If words and actions were weighed before they were uttered a million mistakes might be avoided. Honesty and poverty may be disa greeable companions, but they are bet ter than fraud and wealth. The rapid locomotion of man by land, sea and air will soon make war Impossible and peace Imperative. The necessity that corners and presses us into desperate ac...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 February 1907

I WORKS IN ThfE GARDEN. ttlghty-Seven Years Old, But Has a j Sound Back. Robert Ecollan, 87years old, of 55 Garden St. Seneca Falls. N. Y., a fine, sturdy old gentle man, who works In his own gar den, gives thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills for his sound back and kidneys, airs. Goetchious, his daughter, says: "Father had a severe at tack of kidney trouble and lumbago, which caused him much suffering. lie began taking Doan's Kidney Pills and was soon cured. We always keep them on hand. My husband was cured of bad pains In the back by taking only part of a box. Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Toster-M libera Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. Great Merchant Born on Farm. Like many other monarchs of trade, William V.'hiteley, the London mer ehant who was murdered recentiy, waa born on a farm. It was his boast that he stood ready to fill any oraer, to matter how unprecedented. A tory is told of two army officers who went Into his great London store and one of them asked for six elephants. Thy were fo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 February 1907

(0 m . An Immense StoclC New and Complete Line juaaies nirt waists ana .Marts. - 9 & & ASS0 I Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. m ( () 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. f ZEIGLER's STO Our new 1907 Catalogue of GARDEN, FIELD and FLOWER SEEDS now ready. See inside of front Cover for new Special Premiums with Garden seed orders. Buy Western Seeds. They are the best. Write for Catalog. The Barteldes Seed Co. Lawrence, Kas. ' The following1 gives some idea of the results of prohibition : "Bank deposits at Kansas City, Kan. have increased one million dollars since the saloons w ere closed. That is the way prohibition is ruining Kansas City, Kan'-K.C. Star. A new swindle is abroad in Missouri, according to the papers. The swindler sells barbed wire fencing stretcher ma chines. He leaves the machine and forty rods of good fence for trial...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 February 1907

V rr "J" HI M2 K VOL. XXV. NO. 15 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, FEB. 23, 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. State Historical Society 1 . V i I I LOCAL NEWS. Rand shipped out from here 40 fine horses this week. Southern grown strawberries were on sale- this week at Grass store. Charlie Reeder was in Chicago last week on business. Rev. W. B. Brown visited Omaha this week on church business. Sunday was another delightful day, and many attended church. Brungardt shipped many cases of eggs from here on Thursday. Some farmers have begun to plow for oats and barley to get it in early. Madden will buy all kinds of hogs. Bring them in any day in the week. Recitations, funny stories, and laugh able jokes at the opera house to-night. The Lutheran ladies society met with Mrs. George Grass on Thursday. The Baptists gave a Washington Birthday dinner in the Tremont building on Friday. Washington's birthday flags were run up all' over town. The weather was cold and raw. Ch...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 February 1907

Hajrs City Free Press H. C. Freeze, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. Congo Reform. Prospect are encouraging for a re form of the outrageous abuses In the administration of affairs In the Congo Independent State. .The natives in that vast equatorial region have been treated with an incredible inhumanity. They have been forced to labor for the companies that deal in rubber; cannibals have been employed as guards over the rubber gatherers; lit tle children have been bound out to labor for long terms of years; the ad ministration of justice has been so bad that the name of the place where the chief courts sit is regarded as a word of ill omen. Men, women and children have been mutilated and beaten and otherwise maltreated. The Congo Independent State Is con trolled at present by the king of the Belgians. In 1880 the king made a will bequeathing to Belgium his rights In the country and la 1S90 Belgium made an agreement by which it se cured power to annex the territory after ten years. R...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 February 1907

PINE TREE BREAD.! THE DOINGS OF CONGRESS KAMSCHATKANS USE THE INNER BARK OF PINE TREES. Macerate It In Water and Bake Good, Wholesome Bread The Pine Keeps the Blood Pure and The Body Healthy. In Kamschatka the people live in earth-covered pits. Mr. Kennan com pares the sound of their language to that of water running put of a narrow month jug. Their bread is made from the inner bark of the Pine Tree, mace rated In water and baked without flour. They are a hardy race, the Pine keep ing the blood pure and the various or gans of the body In a healthy condi tion. Consumption is unknown among them. A noted specialist In throat and lung trouble, who established a camp for consumptives In the Pine Woods of Maine, and whose remarkable cures Ihere have attracted great attention from th medical world, says that one half ounce of the Pure Virgin Oil of Pine, mixed with two ounces cf Gly cerine and one-half pint of good Whis ky and used la teaspoonful doses, will fceal and strengthen the lungs,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 February 1907

An Immense StocK ex 5 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. f Laces, Trimniings, Men's, Youths' and Hats & Caps - - HGLER's 8 C Our new 1907 Catalogue of GARDEN, FIELD and FLOWER SEEDS now ready. See inside of front Cover for new Special Premiums with Garden seed orders. Buy Western Seeds. They are the'Ibest. Write for Catalog. The Barteldes Seed Co. Lawrence, Kas. Put your heads Together TIFwIE IS THE of durability In a high-r.ptrt-d machine No other machine a farmer uses has very day, winter and summer, it mr.st net only do thorough work, tent to be permanently profitable, it must be durable. QJ. CREAM . SEPARATORS re built for long service. A solid, low frame encloses entirely all the operating parts, protcctiiii tlicm from dirt and danger of in Jury. The parts arciew, simple and easy to pet at. Ballbearings at high gpeed points, combined with nutoina...

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

State Historical Society 77 VOL. XXV. NO. 16 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . HATS, ELLIS CO., ; KANSAS, MARCH 2, 1807. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR, SI. A YEAR. 7 n 7s3; ; : LOCAL NEWS. ; On Fnday the sun took the ice and snow off rapidly. A. F. Johnson returned Thursday evening to his work at Cheyenne 'A a com wave ana sieet storm came this way Tuesday night. Miss Llsie Macintosh has returned from her visit to friends in Ellis. E. S. Beach has a big cattle ranche in Trego' county torrent or selL Another week and the Legislature will adjourn for another two years. The Misses Deane have spent several days in St Louis buying the spring mil linery. Do you realize that two months of this year have already gone and this is March. Last week and this Co. Supt. Grabbe visited the schools along the Smoxey Hill river. Hugh Braly returned Tuesday from a' short visit with home folks in Car thage, Mo. Mr. and Mrs: Hill Wilson have mov ed to Kansas City and are now nicely located at the Fairfax Arms at 12th &...

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

Hays City Free Press H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS; M : ::. .-ge is demonstrating that the 'tuouey was left in fairly good hands. In northern Siberia a peculiar toad stool, deadly to any other people. Is eaten. Beards are liable to taxation in some Japanese villages. The origin of this carious custom is unknown. Zola derived his name from Zolla, which means a clod of earth, and he proud of this derivation. To be happy you must measure your desires with your fortune and not your fortune with your desires. There is a woman iu Portland, Ore., who is nearing her 120th birthday. Her motto has always been "Don't worry." The phrase, "Art for art's sake," does not mean that we should present the caked truth on all occasions. Japan was not only surprised, but pained when news from Tokio that It was going to light us was cabled back. The Interstate commerce commis sion appears to be passing out a whole lemon grove to the Standard Oil company- A Kentuckian' with the extraordin...

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 March 1907

HARDSHIPS OF ARMY LIFE. Left Thousands of Veterans with Kid ney Troubles. The experience of David W. Martin, a retired merchant of Bolivar, Mo., la Just like thous ands of others. Mr. Martin says: "I think I have had kidney dis ease ever since the war. . During an engagement my horse fell on me. straining my back and injuring the kidneys. I have been told I had a floating kldnej I had Intense pain in the back, headaches and dizzy spells and the action of the bladder was very Irregular. About three years ago I tried Doan's Kidney Pills, and found such great relief that I continued and Inside a comparatively short time was entirely rid of kidney trouble." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box Foster-Milburn Co.; Buffalo. N. Y.. ONLY HIS JUST DESERTS. Editor Had Good Reason for Pub'jjh Ing Name of Contributor. For six months or more the drug gist's aslsstant had occupied his leis ure moments by writing verses for the village paper, in the "poets corner" of which publication they appeared...

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 March 1907

f An Immense Steele 1 5 Ladies Shirt Waists and .Skirts. I o ; ; ' New and Complete Line Ladies' Cloaks and Furs. I (9 m f m i - NEW DRESS GOODS of every description. Fleece Lined Goods, OUTINGS, Rain Proof Cloth. Laces, Trimmings, and Ribbons. Men's. Youths' and Boys'. Clothing; f - Hats & Caps - - Boots & Shoes. - & 0OOi)9 S ) Our new 1907 Catalogue of GARDEN, FIELD and FLOWER SEEDS now ready. . See inside of front Cover for new Special Premiums with Garden seed orders. Buy Western Seeds. They are the best. Write for Catalog. The Barteldes Seed Co.. Lawrence, Kas. Last fall Judge Reeder was criticized for his decision in the Trego county school-land case, " especially by those speculators who wanted to gobble up these lands on old certificates. The de cision unanimously last week by the Supreme court affirmed Judge feeder's decision. The SUCCESS Magazine for March is on our table, and, if possible, is bet ter than ever with its 80 pages of in teresting reading matter. ...

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 March 1907

State Historical Society WJTTi 7m 77 T7n3 mi 9 VOL. xxv. no. n PDBLISiIKi) EVERY SATURDAY . HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, MARCH 9, 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. 1 SI. A YEAR. i o'--0ft;' ) I LOCAL NEWS. A big prairie ih'. on Toulon erist of to.vn. Thursday nca Miliar McC!ur a visor i n our Court and ticy thL Ve-,-!:. Cleaning up the yc-.ru s is now work around town. Rand, the horse I5uj dr, bought a lot of hordes here last Saturday. the lir. Carter' Butcher ahop bought some handsome fat cattle this week. Attorney Saum wars li fie attain thl tc-.-i in court. week looking uft.r his ca. The Misses Hall :uid Victoria were guests of this week. Miss Kuhn of Mrs. Gas-man A restaurant has been opened up in Yoscemento. It has been called "The " Belle". Young Carroll from near Denver here and will take his father and moth er home with him. ivue nying time is nere again ana m every direction in the sky they can be seen flying. uock nauiers ieei mucn eiateu over the news of the new hard rock Normal bu...

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 March 1907

Doings of tho fJcn In Topcha Who are Making Our Laws Topeka, Kant., 'Feb. 26. Tho sen - ate went Into the railroad fight to - day and will continue working on bills on this subject until it has cleared the calendar of them. The bMU fixing a maximum freight rate on coal was recommended for pas sage in the committee of the whole. The bill fixing such rates for the transportation of brick, cement and tlmilar freight was killed. The senate also took up the con sideration of the bill fixing railroad far -8 at 2 cents a mile and a substi- tute was offered for it. Senator Brewer, the author of this bill, ob jected to the postponement of its consideration until tomorrow, but lie was overruled by a majority of the senators who were tired afte: their fight over the freight bills This bill will be the first considered tomorrow. The senate today by a tie vote of 18 to IS killed the administration bill to strengthening the prohibitory law One of the hardest fights of the session of the senate en...

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 March 1907

LIORTALTTY REPORT . - CONSUMPTION AND PNEUMONIA HEAD DEATH LIST. Statistics Show That the Greatest Number of Deaths From Lung Trouble Occur in Winter. The Bureau of Census has published a report presenting mortality statistics for the United States for the fire cal endar years 1900 to 1904. As shown in the table, tuberculosis of the lungs and pneumonia were by far the leading causes of death. The greatest number of deaths from lung trouble occur during the winter months. Colds are so prolific of lung trouble that they should not be neg lected. Persons with weak lungs should be especially careful. A noted authority on lung trouble advises that as soon as a cojd Is con tracted the following simple treatment should be given. The ingredients can be purchased from any prescription druggist at small cost and easily pre pared in your own home. It Is said to be so effective that it will break up a cold in twenty-four hours and cure any cough that Is curable. Take one-half ounce Virgin Oil o...

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 March 1907

I An Immense 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. Hats & Caps . Our new 1907 Catalogue of GARDEN, FIELD and FLOWER SEEDS now ready. See inside of front Cover for new Special Premiums with Garden seed orders. Buy Western Seeds. They are the best. Write for Catalog. The Barteldes Seed Co. Lawrence, Kas. Put your heads Together TIR.1E 5S THE of durability in a hif;h-spcrl rnnchi-.e like the cream separator. No other machine a fanner ui'.s I; as a harder test. Run twice every day, winter and summer, it must not only do thorough vrork, but to be permanently profitable, it. n:ust be durable. c ir SEPARATORS are built for long service. A solid, low frame encloses entirely all the operating- parts, pmtcctins; tliem from dirt and danger of in jury. Theparts n re few, simple and easy to get at. Ball beariugs at high speed points,...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 March 1907

THE VOL. XXV. NO. 18 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, 3IARCH 16, 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR: SI. A YEAR. - . . . LUUAL INLWb. A splendid rain last Saturday rejoic ed our people. John Schlyer got in a car of coal this week for his family use. Mrs. James H. Reeder visited in To peka this week. Over 20 people in the cast "As You Like It" at Normal April 5th. Tuesday night brought this neighbor hood a light rain and sleet. Plenty of Laughs in 'As You Like It' that night at the Normal Gym. Court meets next Tuesday in Wa keeney in regular session. The first threshing machine and en gine came in this week. Mrs. J. H. Ward handsomely en tertained some of her friends on Thurs day evening. Miss Deane invites the ladies to see the handsomest display of millinery at the lowest price ever seen here. The friends of Judd Wood were glad to see him back again running his pho tograph gallery. Miss Penney of the Saline has gone on a short visit to relatives near Wich ita. Seth Decke...

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