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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 May 1907

Hays City Free Press WORN TO A SKELETON. H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. Influence of the Politician's Wife. It has often been asked how much Influence the wife of a public man bears on his political career. This Is Lard to estimate; but this much is certain: The man who comes to Wash ington, either as a member of Con gress or of some other branch of the government where hjs position is one of prominence, is very unfortunate if his wife is not one whom he can trust to making her way socially. Not nec essarily being a great social success, bat capable of mingling with the aver ago woman at the national capital. For, in spite of the fact that a small percentage of society looks leniently -upon the married couple who are sel dom seen in public together, the aver age sound American believes in the comradeship of man and wife. But when we sum up this question of the Influence of women in statecraft we pass the judgment that, on the whole, the Influence of woman in statecr...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 May 1907

Obeying His Command. .- Benham Did you have any com pany while I was away? Mrs. Benbam Nobody to speak of. Benham Wasn't your mother here? Mrs. Benham Yes, but you won't Jet rce speak to her. When You Want Pure White Lead, iGet It Probably there is no other article of com. nierce subject- ed to so much Alteration and mis. repre sentation as White Lead. Out of iS brands of White Lead" recently analyzed by the Government Agricultural Experiment Station of North Dakota, 5 contained absolutely, no White Lead, 5 less than 15 of White Lead, and only 3 over tf of White Lead. There is, fcowever, a way to be cer tain of the purity and genuineness of the White Iad you buy, and that is to see that the keg you buy bears th& Dutch XSoy trade mark. This trade mark is a positive puarantee of abso lutely Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Frocess. SEND FOR BOOK " A Talk on Paint." Iim nlualOu infor mation on thA pafnt ul.je t. Kent Ire Upon rwiunt. All trad packed in 2Jx7 bears lata mark. NA...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 May 1907

Threshing Outfit for Sale cheep. I offer for sale cheap, and on easy terms, the Grenell Threshing outfit (a thresher, engine, water-wagon, etc) a complete outfit good as new. Can be seen at our residence in southeast part of Hays." Wm. Hollenbeck. El A. Rea, .attorney at Law, Office over Post, Office. 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 refractionist. Hail and Fire Insurance Town & Farm Property. For Fire, Hail, Lightning & Tornado. I have the Agency of the best of companies, with millions of capital, and am prepared to issue policies on Fire or Hail or Lightning or tornado onproperty or crop at lowest rates. Giv...

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

" StatVIIfsrorical Society Jl A Ji Cf VOL. XXV. NO. 29 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JUNE 1. 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. -V i J I LOCAL NEWS. Frank Stout spent Decoration day in pur city. Mart Stahley was up from Ellis on Tuesday in his auto. Services were held in the? Methodist church last Sunday morning, as usual. The Memorial services in the G. A.R. hall last Sunday morning were well attended and very interesting. Miss Bessie Leahy now enjoys riding in her pretty new buggy. Harry Pestana delivered an elegant address at Luray on Decoration day. East Normal avenue has become the speedway for the "quick" horses. Farmers report that the hard freeze Sunday night badly nipped the corn. We are sorry to record the sudden death on Thursday at her home near Victoria of Miss Teckla Wagner. A nice quiet rain dropped down on our county during Tuesday night, near ly half an inch of water falling. John Westbrook, jr. , in playing ball, had the misfortune to run ...

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

Hays City Free Press H. C. Freete, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. Medical Education. The changes of thetfiast 25 years In medical education have been noth ing short of a revolution, and yet at a conference of medical educators in ' Chicago it was stated by one delegate that three-fourths of the graduates were unfit to practice medicine. The condition of medical education In this country 30 years ago was. almost be yond belief. There were medical col leges in Chicago that graduated two classes a year. In a single town in northern Illinois nine men were prac ticing medicine, of whom two had di plomas and the rest were druggists, ex-hospital stewards from the army and men who had taken one course of lectures. The Immediate result of the enactment of the medical practice act was the departure of 1,400 practition ers from the state, some of whom com pleted their medical studies, but most of them practiced where there was not so much law. At a conference in Chicago the other day, says ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 1 June 1907

"Nothing I Ate Agreed With Me. f r , .-. - if; fit ' sw ijHji ' Z . " w :: UBS. LEJTORA EODEHHAMZE. Mrs. Lenora riodenhamer, R. F. D. 1. Box 99, Kcmersville, N. C, writes: .suffered with stomach trouble anil indigestion for Rome time, and nothing that I ate agreed with me. I was very nervous and experienced a continual feeling- of uneasiness and fear. I look medicine from the doctor, but it did me no (tm1. 1 found in one of your I'eruna books a in scription of my symptoms. I then wrote to Dr. ll.irtiuan for advice. He said I hail catarrh of the stomach. I took l'crnna and Manalin and followed his directions and can now say that 1 feel s well as I ever did. ' 1 hope that all who are afflicted with the same symptoms will take I'eruna, as it has certainly cured me." The above isonlj one of hundreds who have written similar letters to Dr. Hurliiiii.il. .Inst one sucVt case as this entitles I'eruna to the candid consider ation of every one similarly afflicted. If this be true of the test...

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

Threshing Outfit fcr Sale cheep. '.'lvr foi t;il-' thep. :ir.d on ca?y U rv i J P f 71-,r, ..h?Iir outfit (a thitsher, i: , v ;.trr-ur.gon, etc) a complete outfit good as new. Can be seen at our residence in southeast part of Hays. Wm. Hollenbeck. E. A. Rea, attorney at Law, Office over Post Office. Phor.i 129. Watches, Clocks &. Jewelry. Remember that Henry Tiiolen & 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 o 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 refractionist. A RARE OPPORTUNITY. To double your income by making use of the odds and ends of time, which the busiest of us have. We need Salesmen to sell our high-grade line of nursery stock and that spare time is worth dollars to both of us An opportunity to turn your entire or spare tim...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 June 1907

-tite Historical Society f)7 jrw in Hi ft, n (f3 (1 VOL. XXV. NO. -30 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JUNE 8. 1907. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. 'LJ IMS iJ I LOCAL NEWS. 1 ssss After a long pull, roses are now beginning to bloom. Will Drake of Pleasant Hill has re turned from his trip East. It thundered hard during Wednesday night, but the rain passed by. John Schlyer and-Sons got in a car of tiling and drain pipes this week. A big rain came this way during Monday evening, doing lots of good. Isaac Zeigler and Son are repainting their store and it looks very neat. . Miss Jennie Nickles will spend the summer in a trip to Germany. Mrs. Prof. Shively and baby have gone to ner nome in Lawrence on a month's visit. Drain pipes to be put under the crossings have been scattered around town. the grass pleases the The rains are making and pastures good, which farmers. xvir. r,cnrotn made a business trip to Denver this week in the interests of his creamery. miss Ida Col...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 June 1907

Hays, City Fiee Press H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, . . - KANSAS. The Latest Panacea. We Americans have a genius for the Invention - of cure-alls, and for faith in them after they are invented. Some one has . now contrived on paper JLhe .Order, of .Nebuchadnezzarites.- The method of the order is not to be, as one might expect, a diet of grass, but a change, from the uDrieht position to one on all fours. Members of the so ciety must agree to eat, drink, walk and run on their hands and knees. They are assured by the founder of the order that they will speedily ban ish all the ills to which human flesh is heir. Witness the vigorous health enjoyed by the dog, the ox. the horse and the necessary pig their freedom from dyspepsia, neuritis, rheumatism and consumption. Whether they be Immune to measles, chicken-pox and mumps has uot yet been announced. It is not disclosed whether this order is the product of the lively imagina tion of a newspaper reporter or a se rious scheme of a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 June 1907

EACH HAD WEDDING PRESENT, Mutual 8urprie in Confidences Fol lowing Marriage. Last Christmas a middle-aged tin plate worker married a widow whose acquaintance he had made but a few weeks before while working some lit tle distance away from home. "Sarrah," he said, .nervously, after the guests had departed, "I have a weddln present for ye." "What is It, John?" said Sarrah with a smirk. "I ope ye won't be 'fended, Sarrah, said John, more agitated than ever, "but it is er er it is flye of 'em." "Five of what?" asked Sarrah. "Five children!" blurted out John, desperately, anticipating a scene. "I didn't tell ye I ad children five of em." Sarrah took the news calmly; in fact she appeared relieved. '-'Oh, well, John," she said, "that do ' make It easier for me to tell ye. Five Is not so bad as me. whatever. Seven I 'ave got!" "What!" howled John. "Seven," repeated Sarrah, compos edly. "That is my weddin' present to ye, John." Ladies' Home Journal. ALMOST FELT ENVY PANGS. Great Cricketer's ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 June 1907

Threshing Outfit for Sale cheep. I offer for salet cheap, and on easy ' terms, the Crenel! Threshing outfit (a thresher, engine, water-wagon, etc) a complete outfit good as new. Can be seen at our residence in southeast part of Hays. "Wm. IIollenbeck. E. A. Rea, Tittorney at Law, Office over Post, Office. Phono 129. Watches, Clock3 &. 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 refractionist. Hail and Fire Insurance Town & Farm Property . For Fire, Hail, Lightning & Tornado. I have the Agency of the best of companies, with millions of capital, and am prepared to issue policies on Fire or Hail or Lightning or tornado n property or crop at lowest rates....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 June 1907

ate ilsfctcial Society THE VOL. XXV. NO. 31 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY . BAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JUNE 15, 1907. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. (Si LUUAL WLW. Who lost some calves? Bellman has found some. Saturday night and Sunday fine rains visited our county. Wm. Drake is now helping Al Robinson in his livery barn. Passers-by find the new walk between the P. O. and the Stainer building a great convenience. Mrs. Carrick crave a party in com pliment to Willie to a few friends Wednesday evening. Friday was generally observed as Flag Day, and flags were floating all over our town. Bannister is having his ''Delay house" given a second coat of paint by Mr. Brown. Miss Bertha Vermond makes a trip to Colorado to enjoy her summer vacation. Another threshing machine arrived this week to help grind out the harvest next August. The children's day Exercises in the Presbyterian church last Sunday was quite interesting. Sunday afternoon a terror of a rain came up and nearly drowned things out h...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 June 1907

Hays City Free Press H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. Sentiment Would Block Progress. When the project of building a rail way to the top of the Matterhorn was first announced, a few months ago, there- was considerable opposition to it. Zermatt and the district of Visp protested, and the Swis3 Alpine club was antagonistic. The "Verein fur Ileimatschutz," the aim of which is to protect the Alps against vandalism, re fused, on the other hand, to vote against the railway, but left the mat ter to the judgment of Individual mem bers. The Alpine club finally with drew its objections when attention was called to the fact that it had not withstood the Jungfrau railway (about two-thirds of which Is now completed). The originator of the Matterhorn project, the eminent engineer, H. Im feld, has written for the Alplna an article in which he reviews the objec tions. The chief ones are that the railway would disfigure the mountain, would desecrate it, and injure the guides at Zermat...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 June 1907

AFRAID OFJPARALYSIS A NERVOUS SUFFERER CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. The Medicine That Makes Rich, Red Blood and Performs Wonders os Tonic for the Nerves. Why are nervous people invariably pale people? Tle answer to that question explains why a remedy that acts on tlie blood can cure nervous troubles. It explains why Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People are also for nervous people. It is Tjecaiise of the intimate relation between tho red corpuscles in the blood and Hie health ' of the nerves. The nervous system receives its nourishment through the blood. It the blood ba como thin, weak and colorless and the nerves are starved the victim is 6tarted on the Toad tliat leads to nervous wreck. Nervous poplo are pale people but the pallor comes, first. Enrich the blood and the nerves are stimulated and toned up to do their part tlio work of the body. Dr. Williams' Pkik PUI3 make red blood and transform nervous, irrit able, ailing ip!e into strong, energetic, forceful men and women...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 June 1907

Threshing Outfit for Sale cheep. I offer for sale cheap, and on easy terms, the Grenell Threshing outfit (a thresher, engine, water-wagon, etc) a complete outfit good as new. Can be seen at our residence in southeast part of Hays. Wm. Hollenbeck. E. A. Rea, attorney at Law, Office over Post Office. Phono 129. Watches, Clocks &. Jewelry. Remember that Henry Tiiolen & 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 refractionist. Hail and Fire Insurance Town & Farm Property. For Fire, Hail, Lightning & Tornado. I have the Agency of the best of companies, with millions of capital, A RARE OPPORTUNITY. lo double your income bv makinc use of the odds and ends of time. which the busiest of us have. ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 June 1907

3ate Historical Society THE VOL. XXV. NO. 32 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JUNE 22, 1907. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. YEAR. SI A his I to I LOCAL NEWS. 1 Si S Mrs. Bert Lester enjoyed the Parker shows at Russell this week Mrs. Prof. Light has the pleasure of a visit from her mother this week E. R. Cole sold his little ponies to a Plainville party and now sorry of it The Gorham ball club had their dinner at the Brunswick last Sunday We regret to record that Mother Decker is again under the doctors care George Zeigler and Rusty Schwaller naa loaas 01 run in nansas iity tms week. ' The enrollment at the State Normal this week has run beyond the 100 mark. As announced Rev. Mumford held services in Yoscemento last Sunday afternoon. rror. t ord of Ellis is taking some special studies at the Summer term of the State University. We regret to report that Joe Blender of Buckeye is not improving in the K. C. hospital as fast as hoped. Pavement Contractor Wood has gone to his hom...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 June 1907

Hays City Freo Press H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, - - KANSAS. Departmentary Commissioner. The most sensible and businesslike plan is that of the interstate com xnerce commission providing for de partmentary commissioners at places remote from Washington. Under the old regime, In which the commission ers themselves traveled all over the country to hear complaints many of them of comparatively small conse quence the shipping Interests suf fered intolerable delays. Many months often Intervened between hearings on the same complaint. Inquiries were Interrupted by the multifarious de mands on the time of the commission ers, and business suffered correspond 'ingly. While all the plans for the new regime have not been completed, it is expected, says System Magazine, that the departmentary commissione.rs will be assigned to groups of states remote from Washington, and that of fices will b3 opened in such cities as Chicago. St. Louis, San Francisco and St. Paul. Tha deputy commiss...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 June 1907

35.-4' i ry; rtrtf?. the E fetlS5&d&- Mr. "William A. Radford will answer questions and give advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pert&lning to the subject of building for the readers of this , paper. On account of his wide expe rience as Editor. Author and Manufac turer, he is. without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Iladford, No. 1 Fifth Ave.. Chicago, 111., and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. Wbat we need Jn houses is more pleasing exteriors and more conven ient interiors. I like to notice the houses as I pass along a country road, fcome look very comfortable and home like, but there are too many of the other kind bare, neglected looking places, and uninviting, not because of cheapness, but because they lack care and the inspiration born of reflection. ;ln town and in the country I see both :old and new houses that I would not care to enter just because the outside appearance is not attractive. An arch itec...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 June 1907

JHays Cily Free Press THE DINING ROOM. Betty's Cavalier It Is Generally the Neglected Apart ment of the House. The dining room generally is the ne-. glected room so far as furnishings are- Ac. o nlo ra tn tm intn nf" H. C. Freese, Ed. & Pub. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. i v y i The Diplomatist. It used to be said that a diplomatist was a man -who -was sent abroad to lie for bis country. To-day It would be much nearer the truth to say that a diplomatist is a - man who is sent abroad to tell the truth for his coun try. A most interesting . account has recently been given of the petition for better treatment of the Jews, and the protest against the Kishinef massa cres. In order to gratify the signers of the petition, the state department forwarded it to Ambassador McCor mick at St. Petersburg, although- well aware that the Russian government could take no official cognizance of it. When the paper was laid on the table before Count Lamsdorf, he said, "You know I cannot receive this." Then, ac...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 June 1907

y ' Forgetting Something. Then the train that conveyed Pres ident Roosevelt through Virginia on his last trip south stopped at Char lottesville, a negro approached the VfreBldents car and passed aboard a biff basketful of fine fruit, to which was attached the card of a prominent grower. In course of time the orchardist re ceived a letter of acknowledgment from the.; White House expressing the president's appreciation of the gift, i and complimenting the donor upon his fruit. The recipient of the letter was, of course, greatly pleased, and, feel ing sure that his head gardener would be much Interested in the letter, he read it to him.. The darky, who serve"? in the capacity mention! i lis tened gravely, but his only pomment was : "lie doan say nothln 'bout sendln' back de basket, do he?" Success Magazine. Prizes for Tanned Faces. With the object of encouraging the pupils of the Farnham grammar school to spend their recent holiday in tha open air as much as" possible, the Rev. S. Prie...

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