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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 April 1907

Hays City Free Press H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. this Noisy .Worrcr. "They that govern the most," saith John Selden, following Marcus Aurel lus. "make the,, least noise." Perhaps we may say to our legislators, they that govern best permit the least of unnecessary noise. There has been some official response to the demands of wakeful citizens and their physi cians that night in the cities should be less racked by the din of whistles and bells. A few cities have suppressed chimes and engine whistles during the night-watches. In Massachusetts the railroad commissioners have for bidden whistling at certain railroad crossings' over a large part of the state. The efforts of Mrs. Isaac Rice to muffle the voices of the tugboats have borne some fruit of silence. She Is at the head of a "Society for the Suppression of Unnecessary Noise." largely in response to the demands of this society, congress has recently em powered the boird of supervising In spectors of the steamboa...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 April 1907

r A SOCIAL LEADER OF KANSAS CITY Attributes Her Excellent Health to Pe-rii'ttcu - X - a4 3 -i v r MRS. W. H. SIMMONS. MRS. XV. IT. SIMMONS, 1119 E. th St., Kansas City, Mo., member of tin: National A nnuity Association, writes : " My health w asc.urllcnt until about nyearsio, when I hud n. complete col laps from ovenloinjf Koeia.1 J y. not pet ting the pnr rest, ami too many late uppers. My stomach v.-is in a ire:il fr.l condition, a:il my nerves Gil tin strung. " i was advised ly a frienl to try I'e rmia, and oven tn ally I liurht a lottle. 1 look it uixl then ino:her, and kept usiuy it for threi; months. "At the end of that time my halth was restored, lry nerves no longer troubled ijw, rtnd I felt myself wit more .and able to assume my social position. I certainly fel that Psruna is deserving of praise." There art many reasons why society women break down, why their nervous systems fail, why they have systemic or pelvic catarrh. Indeed, they are espe cially liable to these ailment...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 April 1907

f Running n jiewspppc-r ;3 jiut like running- a 1 o -3 o y ,- 1 ' a man goer :o : r thing: on the talle which . . u . ..oj ..Oifje C.OC3 not suit Wm he does i;ot laise hades with the landlord ar.d tell him to stop his old hotel. Well hardly. He sets that dish to one side ana wades into the many dishes that suit him. It is different with some newspaper readers. They find aa article occasionally that does j "Ul exacuy ana wimout stop- ping to think it may please hundreds o omer reaaers, make a grand stand play and tell the editor how a paper : should be run and what should be put ; into ii. .due sucn people are becoming fewer every year. The Bantam stage now runs a two horse rig carrying lots of packages for the farmers along the way and bringing in their cans of cream, saving them a trip to town. The route has already proven a great convenience to those out that way. The Russell High School have secur ed Rev. Dr. Estey of Topeka to deliver their Commencement address May 23rd being 16...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 April 1907

State Historical Society Iff: VOL. XXV. NO. 24 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, APRIL 27. 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAfc. 73)72) JLOUAL WfcWb. S Charlie Binder has received some of those Ideal windmills for sale. There will be no preaching in the Presbyterian church here on Sunday. The cold weather has kept eggs up to a pleasing price with the farmers, Last Sunday being so pleasant many Were out walking and riding. Dr. Sullivan, the eye man is to be here again next Saturday and Sunday. On the Salina few have put in their corn, so little of the crop frozen down Sixteen mornings so far in this month ice has shown up in the water pans in this section. A south wind Tuesday brought lots of dust and the hope for a rain much needed. Martin Orth was in town Tuesday with some fine. hay. He has lots of feed for sale. Miss Tietta Freese has consented to take a few scholars this Summer in painting. John Adkins has started his lawn mower and the parking near his resi d...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 April 1907

Hays City Free Press H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS A People's University. The magnificent building of the Car negie Institute of Pittsburgh which has just been dedicated in the presence of representatives . of . foreign govern ments and men of learning from all over the world, is a memorial and tribute to human aspiration. It is not accident, but a significant and natural thing that this great people's universi ty should rise In the heart of the roar ing, grimy Birmingham of America. Here the great fortune of the donor was in large part made. Here are the men who helped him make .it. Here he, too, in his youth, worked with head and hands, and felt that insatiate thirst for knowledge and light which the new institute will help to satisfy. To this day Mr. Carnegie holds in grateful memory the persons who helped him by such .small favors as the loan of a single book. The Carnegie-Institute embraces five great de partments: the library, with a quarter of a million volum...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 April 1907

A MISSOURI WOMAN Tells a Story of Awful Suffering and Wonderful Relief. Mrs. J. D. Johnson, of 603 West Hickman St., Columbia, Mo., says: "Following aiv operation two years ago, dropsy set In, and my left side, was so swollen the doctor said he would have to tap out the water. There was constant pain and a gurgling seneatlon around my heart, and I could not raise my arm above my head. The kid ney action was disor dered and passages of the secretions too frequent. On the advice of ray husband I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. Since using two boxes my trou ble has not reappeared. This Is won derful, after suffering two years." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-MIlburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. His Occupation. "What Is your occupation?" the magistrate asked John White the other day in the Westminster police court, London. "I steal pewter pots," replied the candid Mr. White. WEIGHT Al HEALTH THIN, NERVOUS PEOPLE NEED THE TONIC TREATMENT. This Woman Took Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, Ga...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 April 1907

Man &. Wife wanted on a Farm. I want a man and wife, or single man to work on my farm. No one need ap ply except experienced hands. Mrs. John Buelow, Six miles east, three miles north of Catherine. E&$s for Setting. "There is always big money in Egjrr. Get the best layers, the Leghorn. I offer for sale at my place in the south part of town choice setting of eggs of the single comb White Leghorns. 15 for 25 cents. Also have Plymouth Rock Eggs for setting. Gotlieb RIEDEL. ' SttD CORN FOR SALE. I offer for sale cheap some of the 'finest Seed Corn ever seen in this county. Can be had at my residence in Hays, or farm south of Walker. W. A. SMITH. E. A. Rea, Tlttorncy at Law, Office over Post Office. Phone 129. Proposals. Sealed bids will be received by the Regents of the Kansas State Agricul tural College for the erection and com pletion of a barn at the Experiment Station, Fort Hays, Kans. Bids will be addressed to Hon: Geo. P. Griffith, Hays, Kans. and shall be submitted not la...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 May 1907

St ite Historical Society Pi VOL. XXV. NO. 25 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO;, KANSAS,' MAY- 4, 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. ' I ; LOCAL NEWS. Rev. Brown spent last Sunday in Plainville. Dr. Snyder made a trip to Denver Sunday evening. More heavy machinery went thro' this week bound for Yocemento. Prof. Haas moved to his new home on Normal avenue this week. Another snow came this Thursday night. J udge Reeder went west Saturda v to I look after his business. W I Mrs. Frpd Rofctrroll ' ...:n. - ' " AllUMC, Willi her husband and baby, are Visiting her parents. The new residence of Mr. Sack near the school home is enclosed and will be a cozy home. Remember, all kinds of paint and ior all purposes, for sale by, Henry Wolf & Son. Treasuer Joe Shaffer has put down Jbo feet of excellent brick walk SI. A YEAR. The P. W. Smith bob sleigh and team were out with the snow storm last Monday. . . ... TT xiarry ireiton is having the sand hauled to lay a sidewalk in front of his reside...

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

Hoys City Free Press H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. Telephones and Competition. Every community which has a tele phone service is likely to be con fronted by the question of granting a franchise to a rival company. Each case must be decided by the govern ing circumstances, but every case will 6how the peculiarity of the telephone problem. The telephone is a natural monopoly, for it is to the advantage of every subscriber that all users of telephones should be on the same sys tem with him. More than one system means that a, subscriber must have more than one instrument, or be out of communication with part of the world of telephone-users. It is dim cult, however, to adjust human nature t Ideal mechanical conditions. Estab lished companies, without rivals, lack the motive of competition to keep rates down and service good. There fore some communities have welcomed new companies which promised better And cheaper service. Dual systems, like labor strikes, are on their f...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 May 1907

Pe-ru-na ReHeves Spring Catarrh. TOIKS DO It A IIAYDEN. "Without hesitation J write to thank you for the great relief I have found in 'Otir valuable medicine, Peruna, and fitl call the attention of all my friends suffering with catarrh to that fact. He sides I cheerfully recommend it to all suf fering ivith catarrh in any form." Miss Dora Jlayden, SiQ 6th St., S. W., Wasiington, D. C. A Case of Spring Catarrh. Mrs. N. 1. Lawler, N.Uroadwaj', Pittsburg, Kas., writes: "Last spring I caught a severe 'cold, which developed into a serious ease of catarrh. I felt weak and sick, and could neither eat nor hleep well. "A member of our club who had been cured of catarrh through the use of I'e runa advised me to try it, and I did so at once. I expected help, but nothing like the wonderful change for the better I observed almost as soon as I started taking' it. In three days I felt much better, and within two weeks I was in fine health. Peruna is a wonderful medicine." ROARED HIS GENTLE REBUKE....

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

iloa &. Wife wanted, on a Farm." j I want a man and wife or single man ; to work on my farm. No one need ap ply except experienced hands. Mrs. John Buelow, Six miles east, three miles north of Catherine. Eggs for Setting. There is always hig money in Eggs. Get the best layers, the Leghorn. 1 1 offer for sale at my place in the south part of town choice setting of eggs of j the single comb White Leghorns. 15 j lUr Cell 1.3. xiuu uac x ijiiijuuuj i f.tnr for setting . Gotlieb RIEDEL. uy ljyt nve an aent in yur 'ocaury, I yftf hiioif inn vifTi fr no o j-t-rtA "X7 pay cash in advance for your orders pay yOur expenses while in active work this ' an furnish yu witn a complete outfit necessary to become a business getter and money maker in our line. Write at o.N'CE as there are others In your direct locality who are seriously con sidering this proposition. THE GRIESA NURSERIES; t. e. griesa, proprietor, Lawrence, Kansas A RARE OPPORTUNITY To double your income by making use of the odds...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 May 1907

State Historical Society a 7 VOL; XXY. NO. 26 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, MAY 11. . 1907. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI. A YEAR, r 4 r . - - v . - ' (?) LOCAL NEWS. S A light rain came this way during early Monday morning. Al Robinson is putting in a wind-rail at his residence on North Oak street. Geo. Groff is putting a stone founda tion under his residence on North Fort street. Gardens put in early have not suc ceeded and many were replanting this week. Now that the cold spell is over the Robin red-breasts are here again with their songs. Trustee S. L. Bowlby of East .ialina was in town this week. He has not finished planting his corn yet. Messrs Tyler and Jenson are now making cement bricks, one foot square to lay their sidewalks with. George Spencer has been busy this week making big galvanized funnels to be used at the Yoscementp 'works. - Penmanship and typewriter paper at this office. New supply just' received by Frank Motz for the students. Luther M. Shelly ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 May 1907

Hays City Free Press H. C. Freese, Ed. & Put?. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. On pasture lands in Alaska grass grows six feet high. Letters that hurt in later years are never burned or lost. A mixture of tar and. iron slag is used in Germany for paving. Anyway, nobody in this country need be afraid of an outburst of poetry on the death of Pobfedonestseff. The north pole will be in great luck if it escapes all the sleuths who are going in search of it this year. Mr. Stead may not like the amen, but he should not wax profane over his apparent preference for "ahmen." The Japs, too. are working for uni versal peace. They have just closed a contract for a 21,000-ton battleship. Book agents are supposed to be a craft' race. Hut a lot of them are indiscreet enough to bother a man when he is particularly busy, never theless. The decision of the British govern ment against the channel tunnel has killed the project, and seasickness and rual de mer will continue to be preva lent. Japan is preparing to...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 May 1907

No Criticism to Make. Mrs. llwfa Williams, the English so ciety leader, talked at a dance in New York about the fashion, of riding astride that has taken hold of English equestriennes. . "Some of our young women,"; said Mrs. Williams, "dress out and out like men. They wear a long coat cut like sv hunting coat, a cap, riding breeches and top boots. It is a handsome cos tume and It is not immodest, but un doubtedly it attracts a good dal of attention. They have been. telling in London lately a story about an Eng lish girl who has adopted this riding rig. Pulling up her horse one after noon she said to an artisan who was passing: 'Can you tell me if this is the way to Wareham?' "The man looked her over carefully. Then he touched his cap in a respect ful manner and replied: 'Yes, miss, yes you seem to 'ave got 'em on all right." - Laundry worlc at home would bo much more satisfactory If the right Starch were used. In order to get the desired stiffness, it is usually neces sary to use so...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 May 1907

lion &. Wife wanted on a Farm. ' - j I want a man and wife or sirgle ir.an , to! work on my farm. Ko one netd ap-1 ply except experienced hands. Mrs. John Duelow, Six miles east, three miles north of Catherine. E. A. Rea, nttorney at Law, Office over Post Office. A RARE OPPORTUNITY. To doable your income by making use of the odda and " ends of time, which the busiest of need Salesmen to sell line' of nursery stock time is wtrth dollars us have'. - We our high-grade and that spare to both of us. Phone 129. Watches, Clocks &. Jewelry. Remember that Henry Tholen & SON, the Watchmakers of Victoria, are still making their regular trips to HAYS every Saturday. If you have a watch, a clock or any jewelry to re pair, leave it at the J. B. Basgall .Grocery store and it will be called for and delivered every Saturday. -Eyes tested Free at our .store in Victoria by H. J. Tholen, the K.C. graduate refractioni3t. An opportunity to turn your entire or spare time into dollars and many ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 May 1907

State Historical Society ' fJ ft ' ft) UJ ft ft V D) llj) f ft) V - VOL, XXV. NO. 27 I LOCAL NEWS. I S It was quite cold Tuesday morning, but no frost. E. S. Beach has sold his Auto to Mart-Stehley at Ellis. Prof. Haworth was here again this week looking after his cement work. A good deal of wheat has been brought to to wn the past week. Sunday was a terror for wind but it changed on Monday and no rain came. The cold snap Tuesday night was cold enough to freeze up pumps. We have three or four very sick students with the measles. Thursday barefooted boys were seen on our streets. - Prof. Haas and family are arranging to visit Rush County relatives when school closes next week. The long adver of the Cleveland Medicine Institute crowds out a column of other matter this week. 125 cases of eggs and 20 cans of cream (1600 pounds) were shipped out of town last Saturday. , W. A. Smith has added a $100 Galloway bull to his East side town herd. Reports come that fruit is not injur ed in Color...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 May 1907

Hays City Free Press H. C. Freese, Ed. A. Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. Gov:rnment-Built Warships. The government bullda the best shi?s that float.- That is certain. The Ccn aectlcuL Is the finest vessel of her rate and size in the world, and she was .built in a government navy yard. Gov ernment money is spent honestly. There are no fights and squabbles to get what the contracts call for. If It does cost a little more money it is worth it. In the progress of building up our navy for the last 21 years we are gradually getting to what is the nucleus of a very fair navv. We who are interested In the upbuilding of the navy, says Rear Admiral Joseph B Coghlan, U. S. N., in Leslie's Weekly, want more ships. We are to-day en deavoring to get what we have been quietly working for the last 15 years that is, large ships with large bat teries and great speed. But the sea going classes and the merchants are conservative. It takes a long time to change them. Take, for Instance, the case of the first m...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 May 1907

. STUACMl STRIKE . SUCCESSFUL TONIC TREATMENT FOB INDIGESTION. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Cured This Woman . and Have Cured Many Hundreds of Other Cases of Common Ailments Loss of -appetite, coated tongue," bad taste in the mouth, heavy dull headache and a dull, sluggish feeling these are the symptoms of stomach trouble. They indicate that the stomach bona strike; that it is no longer furnishing to the blood the full quota of nourislunent that the body demands, hence every organ suffers. There are two methods of treatment, the old one by which tho stomach ia humored by the useof predigested foods and artificial ferments, and the new one by which the stomach is toned up to do the work which nature intended of it. A recent cure bv the tonic treatment is that of Mrs. Mary Stackpole, of 81 , Liberty street, Lowell, Mass. She says : '1 suffered constantly for years from stomach trouble and terrible backaches and was confined to my bed the greater part of three years. I was under the care 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. — 18 May 1907

Man 2c-Wife wanted on a Farm. I wcrjt E tern ! t r. wife cr Finp'e roan to voik 01: i t f ;.;r, V or.o ? er d rj piy except cxcrit-iiccu hai;U3. Mrs. John Buelow, Six miles east, three miles north of Catherine. E. A. Rea, attorney" at Law, Office over Post Office. Phone 129. us have. We our high-grade and that spare to txth of us. A RARE OPPORTUNITY. To decile your income by making u.-,e of the odds and ends of time, which the busiest of need Salesmen to sell line of nursery stock time is vorth dollars An opportunity to turn your entire or spare time into dollars and many of them, is not to be overlooked without investigation. To enlarge our selling organization we offer exclusive terri tory to one good man in every locailty where we are not represented. If we do not have an agent in your locality, get busy and write to us at once. We pay cash in advance for your orders, pay your expenses while in active work and furnish you with a complete outfit free of all charges. No experience ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 May 1907

State Historical Society X 77 773 f t VOL XXV. NO. 28 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, MAY 25. 1907. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI, A YEAR. M.J1 JL !( 1- ! 1 ! es I LOCAL NEWS. '1 ee Schlyer got in a car of carriages and buggies this week. Mrs. Cowan has a sister visiting her. Mr. Tocttaker was here last week visiting with his friends. Last Sunday was a beautiful day and many were out riding and walking. Miss Queenie Cox returned here on Thursday from her visit in Gove Co. Farley's have moved to the I. M. Yost cottage on Gospel hill. Mrs. Otto Reemsnyder moved Thurs day to her new home in the Reeder cottage on west 2nd street. Now the younger kids have started a baseball club to be known as the 'Eagles". The Band members are praticing hard now to get ready for Decoration day. Thursday afternoon the school chil dren went home with their books as happy as could be. The young folks enjoyed a dance out at Farmer Mascha's, in Buckeye, last Friday evening. Quite a number went...

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