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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 July 1907

CHAS. KIRKMAN, t X uictsoneer. . X I li:ivc : ..cccetlod Isaac Zeiler X X and will r. v.v cry rales anywhere i in the si:; to cf Kansas. Terms T reaiOiii.LL'. 4- X Oi'iko -.cr Cave's Utctaurar.t t HAYG - - ' KANSAS . A. Rea, Attorney at Law, Office over Post Office. Phono 121). Money! Money! I K-ivo tiioruv of monev to loan on farm re-curHy at lowest rates. No delay, option to i-: y in installments. H. V. PSIIANT. Farm For Sale. C40 acre farm in Ellis Co. Kans. All under fence, 7 room house" new barn 40x70.2 raneries, milk house, good I well, 200 barrel tank. Price $35 'an acre. Address, John II. Gekkest, Ellis, Kans. Cold Watch for Sale. A first class Gold Watch and chain worth at least $13, will be sold for K cash. Watch alone $7.00. Has two and wants to sell one of them. Sec it at this office. Threshing Outfit for Sale cheap. 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...

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

State Historical Society r3 (3 ffo in i m r t VOL. XXV; NO. 38 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. . HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, AUGUST 3. 1907. JOHN FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. ' ?. LOCAL NEWS. S ..... Sam Kelly, a grocer of .Ellis, was in the city Monday. C M. Holinquist was in Salina' on business mursaay. Peter Frank went to Kansas City to work last Friday night. Mrs. Fred Hoff left Monday night for her home at Monett, Mo. Photo Postals of the Hays Flood at Harkness' Drug Store, 5 cts. each. 38-tf ' Geo. Spencer and John Brown are superintending the tin work at Yoce mento. "What do you know?" Call up No. 12 and tell us so 2399 other readers may know too. Henry Devore of the East Saline section has started his rounds with his threshing machine. If you want all the news every week subscribe for The Free Press; then pay your subscription. J. R. Stanton, state architect,- was in the city last Saturday to attend the meeting of the State Normal Regents Mr. Parker, a student at the Western State Nor...

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

flays City Freo Press Harry Freete, Owner. John H. Freese. Ed. & Bus. Mgr, HAYS CITY, KANSAS. A Hearing Ear. A busy doctor who had engaged a young assistant was asked If be really Intended to entrust him with his cases. "Oh, no," he replied. "He will listen to the patients, look sympa thetic, and report to me In the fewest, possible words. A sick woman has to talk just so much, and I haven't time to listen." The minister, the lawyer and the Jeaqher might follow the doc tor's example, and employ a listening "double" to their great relief, remarks the Youth's Companion. In fact. It may usually be found that the most helpful person in the town Is the one who can listen best to the complaints and perplexities of the women-folk. Self-expression is as necessary for the welfare of most women as food and drink. The very talkative woman has a silent husband not simply because . she does not give him time to speak, ibut because she was attracted to him 'In the first place by his genius fo...

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

Is Pe-ru-na Useful for- Catarrh? Should a list of the ingredients of Pe rnna be submitted to any medical ex pert, of whatever school or nationality, ha would be obliged to admit without reserve that each one of them was of un doubted value in chronic catarrhal dis eases, and had stood the test of many years' experience in the treatment of such diseases. THERE CAS EE HO DISPUTE ABOUT THIS "WHAT EVER. Penma is composed of the most ' efiicacious and universally used herbal remedies for catarrh. Every ingredient of Peruna has a reputation of its own in the cure of some phase of catarrh. Peruna brings to the home the COII BUJED KNOWLEDGE OF SEVERAL SCHOOLS OF HEDICIHE in the treat ment of catarrhal diseases; brings to the home the scientific still and knowl edge of the modern pharmacist; and last butnotl&ist,brings to the home the vast and varied experience of Dr. Hartman, in the use o f catarrh remedies, and in the treatment of catarrhal diseases. The fact i3, chronic catarrh is a d...

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

The Tope 1: a State Journal contained , nineteen official notices to property owners "to cut weeds'' oni Wednesday. Wonder vay this wouldn't work in. Hays. Mrs. Carl Dechand, living four miles south-east cf Munjor, died Wednesday the result jof tho regcowth of a tumor. She was biiried Thursday afternoon in the Munjor .cemetery-' Wm. Wagner bought out ' the Fitzpatrick restaurant on Wednesday and took immediate possession. Mr. Wagner's restaurant on North Main street wis recently distroyed by fire. Two weeks from to-day we will increase the gize of our paper , to a four page, G column ' edition. Our present lack of . space has been the cause of refusing several advertise ments the past week. ( Mr. OTarrell, father of Mrs. Dean II - . .7 1 Ml iivvai i . wui was usjigeruusij u Ls now reported on . the ' road to a rapid recovery. Ground was . broken yesterday .rcornirg for the new additions to the Normal ' building. Contractor Clark certainly" loses no time. Geo. Cox left Wednesday for ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 August 1907

State Historical Society VOL. XXV. NO. 39 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, AUGUST 10. 1907. JOHN FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. -i til a KENESAW M. LANDIS, Jndi of the Federal Court at CMcaiio Who Won Fame la the Standard Oil Cases. This man is probably the most talked-of man in America to-day on account of his fining the Standard Oil Company $29,210,000, or the full limit of the law, last Saturday. The fine was imposed upon the Standard for accepting rebates on large shipments of oil over the Chicago be appealed to the higher courts. Windsor Hotel Sold Thomas Gartland sold the Windsor Hotel on Monday to Simon Frank Sons, who will conduct a regular first class, hotel. The consideration was $7f000., excluding the store building on tho south. Mr. Frank and his sons ex pect to be serving regular meals Saturday. by j i i Society Reporter at the Fire The regular reporter waa taking vacation and the editor was busy in the office, so when it was learned that on the previous ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 August 1907

Hays City Prco Press Harry Frees-, Own-r. John H. Freese, Ed. & Bus. Mgr. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. Grand achievements alone give title of nobility. The condor can fast 40 days and the eagle 28 days. Lore may be a novel antidote for the divorce evil, but it ought to be tried. There ought to be some good way to get rid of the anonymous letter writer. "A bashful lover Is much to be pitied," says a Kansas exchange. More than the girl? United States sub-treasuries are be coming noted chiefly for losing money In a way that no one can discover. . There are men who will agree with the Cairo minister that kissing Is a source of great danger. Often it leads to marriage. Now they are having a severe drought in Jamaica. About the only thing the Jamaicans have to be thank ful for Is the loss of Swettenham. A Texas judge rules that a table fork Is not a deadly weapon. We believe that In Texas the fork Is re garded as merely a useless ornament, anyhow. We are glad that Mark Twain Is coming back to 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. — 10 August 1907

r M'KINLEY MONUMENT To Be Dedicated in Buffalo Sept. 6. Former Residents Invited. The beautiful white marble shaft erected by the state of New York la Niagara Square, Buffalo, N. Y., to the memory of President McKlnley, Is to be formally dedicated Thursday, Sept. 5, and the event will be the central feature of Buffalo's Old Home Week, Sept. 1 to 7. Former residents of Buf falo and the public at large are cor dially invited to attend the dedication. The McKlnley monument was planned and executed under the direction of a commission of prominent men, at a cost of $150,000. Gov. Charles E. Hughea. with his military staff, will take part In the ceremonies and Presi dent Roosevelt and former President' Grover Cleveland have been invited to attend and speak. Military parades will be a feature of the occasion. Always In the Way. Recently a country doctor in the north of Ireland, a bachelor, who was locally noted for his brusqueness and Irascibility, was driving along a nor row lane, or "bor...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 August 1907

t CHAS. KIRKMAN, t Z' Auctioneer. J have succeeded Isaac Zeigler and will now cry sale3 anywhere 4- in the state of Kansas. Terms reasonable. Office over Cave's Restaurant HAYS KANSAS 4 E. A. Rea, attorney at Law, Office over Post. Office. Phone 129. Money! Money! I have plenty of money to loan on farm security at lowest rates. No delay, option to pay in installments. H. W. OSHANT. Plumbing and Pump work. Having located here with my team and plumbing tools, I am ready to do all kind3 of such work, fixing your pump, pipe or windmill. When wanting any thing in that line give me a call and learn my low prices. Shop near City Scales and Windsor hotel. Am Agent for the celebrated Ideal and Sampson Windmills. Best made. Phone 219. Charles Binder. I have opened up a Grocery store and Meat. Market, at Yoscemento, where we will keep the best of goods and sell at the lowest prices. We so licit the trade of that 'neighborhood. Come see us anyhow and inquire, CLEMENT UNREIN CLOSING UT S A Will ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 August 1907

State Historical Society ku) Ik k 1L ITlLMxi? 1L IfJi 9 C'iSs Gi Eo VOL. XXV. NO. 40 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, AUGUST 17,-. 1907. JOHN FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR .TOLiN D. ROCKEFELLER, TO5 ?J l I? .?Wfl . " ' fy.iS!-v i:s,-.--v. ji '. -..'-Ai.-'n5 "It never rains but it pours". Wonder if it has impressed itself on the mind of John D. recently? What with being called up cn the carpet by the United States Courts and having his pet the Standard Oil fined $29,400,000 last week, and this week having his brother Frank Rockefeller 'jump on his neck' and call him him an "inhuman monster", he is certainly having troubles' of his own. NOW how would like to be America's richest citizen? Epworth League Convention. The annual meeting of th? Epworth Leaguers of the Ellsworth district held here Tuesday and Wednesday of this week was largely attended, about 140 delegates being present. The meetings began in the M. E. Church Tuesday afternoon and continued until Wed nesday n...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 August 1907

Hays City Free Press, Harry Freest, Own?r. John H. Freese, Ed. &. Bus. Mgr. HAY8 CITY, KAN8AS. India's Curse. One of the great perils of India Is the danger from serpents and wild beasts, which annually cause enor mous loss of life in that part of the world. There is a belief in many pagan minds which prevents the kill ing of wild animals, no matter how ferocious they may be, and which leaves undisturbed the most venom ous snakes. The awful havoc wrought by serpents is made the subject of official mention In a report by William H. Michal, the American consul gen eral at Calcutta, in which that gentle man says: "The cerpent question is still a very 'live very serious ques tion In India. Snake bites occur fre quently, and they are generally in flicted by venomous snakes, like the cobra." Then he relates that last year there were reported 21,797 deaths from snake bite. But it is admitted that the statistics are kept very loosely, and it is believed the actual fatalities will exceed...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 August 1907

HEALTH NOTES FOR AUGUST. 3j cm i v ; m r 1 r ' op th; bov; :pATt-r August Is the month of Internal catarrh. The mucous mem branes, especially of the bowels, are very liable to congestion, causing summer complaint, and catarrh of the bowels and other Internal organs. Pe-ru-na Is an excellent remedy for all these conditions. AS THE BOY UNDERSTOOD. Probably to His Mind Conflict of Au thority Was Vital. In one of the Atlanta Sunday schools recently the lesson for the day had to do with Mammon and the corrupting Influences of great riches. Toward the close of the exercises, says Harper's Magazine, the superin tendent called upon the infant class to repeat the golden text, which h'ad special reference to man's inability to serve his Creator and the money god at one and the same time. The class failed to respond as it should, when the superintendent, noticing his own young hopeful in the ranks, who had that very morning been drilled thor oughly ou the text, called to him. The response was ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 August 1907

ii 4 -f 4 4- 4- 4- 4- -f 4 4- I CHAS. 'KIRKMAN, 5 4- 7 4- Auctioneer. 4- i- . .. 4- I Lave succeeded Isaac Zeigler X and will now cry talcs anywhere in the state of Kansas. Terms 4- reasonable. 4- Office over Cave's Restaurant HAYS - - KANSAS ! 4 4.4 4 4-4 4- 4- 44-4 4-4- 4-- 4 4 4 4- 4-4-4- E. A. Rea, attorney at Law, Office over Post Office. 1'hor.c 129. Money! Money! I have plenty of money to loan on farm security at lowest rates. No delay, option to pay in installments. II. W. OSHANT. Plumbing and Pump work. Having located here with my team and plumbing tool?, I am ready to do all kinds of Euch work, fixing your pump, pipe or windmill. When wanting any thing in that linp give- me a call and learn my low prices. Shop near City Scalet; and Windsor hotel. Am Agent for the celebrated Ideal and Sampson Windmills. Best made. Phone Gharivs Hinder. I have opened up a Grocery store and Meat. Market at Yoscemento, where we will keep the best of goods and sell at the lowest prices. We so l...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 August 1907

State Historical Society ' THE istfs County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXV. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS,. AUGUST 24, 1907. .NO. 41 . i i i : c O - i J 1 V KANSAS. (with apologies to the author.) There's a place where they do things and grudge not the work, There's a place where they say things when cowards would shirk, There's a place where June fields are billowed with grain, -There's a place where heav'n smiles in the dew and rain. Kansas 1 There's a place where men live because living is good, There's a place that is vacant where penuy stood. There's a place where the sunset's as glorious to .see, As art ever brings from the fair Italy. Kansas! There's a place where broad cornfields like plumed warriors stand, Though warriors like these bring but good in the hand ; Their sword is a dull one with husk for a sheath, Their plume is a tassel, fit for garlands of peace. Kansas ! There's a place where heart sympathies ever abide. And the vision's as broad as the prairies are wide; There's a ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 August 1907

Hays City Free Press Harry Frees", Own-r, John H.' Freese, Ed. &. Bus. Mgr. MAYS CITY, KANSAS. When some people teJl us they did their best, we wonder what their worst is like. Among the prominent members of the smart set present at Newport was -the chimpanzee. Beer put up in tablet form looks like another wicked side door contriv jance of the enemy. a man loves a woman because he wants to. If be marries her it Is be cause she wants him to. Julia Ward Howe says the world is growing better, but she is 88, and naturally can t go out much. By the way, did you ever notice what 'your toes think when a fat woman .-eteps on them in the street car? Anyhow, the proposed society of the bponsors of the United States navy "win include a lot of pretty girls. It is said that Cleveland girls are smoking cigarettes to ward off mos- Quitoes. That is not all they will ward off. The overproduction of French wine. genuine and bogus, is almost as fraught with peril as overindulgence of it. A Georgia...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 August 1907

i Whvt 3 By REV. ZED According to Revelations, when the curse -is re moved from the ground there will no longer be need of the sun, the moon or the stars. The capital of the new world, the new Jerusalem, will be lighted by-the glory of God. The siin will have disappeared. By the process of elimination, the uselessness of the. sun except as a place of punishment for the trans gressors of the Divine law is shown much more clearly than any proposition that hell is. in or of the earth. The earth is composed of combustible materials, materials that xrould burn out in a comparatively short time were there such a lire in it as burns in hell. The idea that the place of puDishment is in the interior of the -earth probably arises from the use of the adverb "down" and the verb "descend." In -the Apostles' Creed it is said: "He descended into hell." In another place the rebel angels are represented as being flung 'from 'the ramparts of heaven and falling an immeasurable distance, to the -earth....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 August 1907

he gm f t'css. HURRY AND WORRY r C 2 3 5 2 S 2 S 2 ' HARRY FREESE, Owner. JOHN FREESE, EDITOR a bus. mgr. Entered as second class . matter in tire post office at Hays, Kansas. August 24, 1907. I Editorial Gossip I Our politics Optimism. The jointists of Kansas are gradual ly becominj"disjointed. Boost and your town boosts with you. Knock and you knock alone. If pecple spent as much time reason ing as they do worry ir.gr, life would be made more pleasant for those round about us. A Kansas editor refers to the sphinx as belontfinfj to the male persuasion. He says a woman could not have kept the secret so long. It's been trying to make a noise like winter this week and certain coal deal ers have already begun to smile out of one corner of their mouth. . Every base ball diamond should be patterned after the late United States coast defenge and have a disappearing; box for the umpire. Mack Cretcher, rm. ... , aiju man wno "takes more papers than he can read" is a twin brother to the fell...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 August 1907

: i if V . :- X "'. 1 . - ) ( -f m v L53V- CHS. E. HUGHES, Yrk S Faf" Son f;eeRepui!iD NomSnalloa for the !vJl?V' x::-.':Jf' ', ' Hi a$?W' Srmmmmfmm v. ;:.v Copyright 1007 by C. D. Frey. LOCAL NEWS. e James Ileeder of Denver was in the city on business this week. The latest designs in box and tablet stationery at Ilarkness'. 40-tf Anthony Deane returned from Excel sior Springs Wednesday morning. Mrs. John L. Hunt of Topeka is a guest at the home of Mrs. Chas Reed- en . r L. J, Supple of Salina visited in Hays Tuesday and Wednesday even ings. Mrs. Jcffcoat returned Tuesday even ing from a two weeks' rest at Excel sior Springs, Mo. Miss Nettie Post, who formerly, lived on the Smokey, is here on a visit to Miss Belle Sutton. State Superintendent T. A. Fairchild was in the city Tuesday morning to ad dress the county institute. The Misses Markev went to Wichita last Friday to visit friends and relatives. Justus Bissing and wife spent a few days in Kansas City tHe first of the week. Miss ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 August 1907

10 fieri Gompers, Mitchell and Keefe Will Attempt to Bring About Settle ment of Telegraphers Strike KO NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN SITUATION Both Sides Report Conditions Satis factory to Them Statement From General Manager of Postal Says ' Strike is Over as Far as That Com pany is Concerned. Washington, Aug. 20. President Samuel Gompers of the American K-ederation of Labor Monday report ed to the executive council of the federation that he, John Mitchell of Indianapolis, and Daniel J. Keefe, of Detroit, had been entrusted by Unit el Labor with an attempt to bring about "an honorable adjustment of the telegraphers' strike at aft oppor: tune time." Mr. Gompers was asked when hq thought that time would ar rive and- replied that he could not eay; that it niiht be 'In an hour, a week, or a mouth, or perhaps not at all." Chicago, Aug. 20. A committee of the striking telegraphers Monday vis ited the brokerage firms which have not yet siguei the scale demanded by the union and cave them until one o...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 August 1907

TEN YEARS OF PAIN. Unable t Do Even Housework Be cause of Kidney Troubles.. Mrs. Margaret Emmerich, of Clin ton St.. Napoleon. O., says: "For fifteen years I was a great sufferer from kidney trou bles. My back pained me terribly. Every turn or move caused pains. My eyesight was poor, dark spots I appeared aw I before me. had dizzy spells. For ten years I could not do housework, and for two years did not get out of the house. The kidney secretions vere irregular, and doctors were not helping me. Doan's Kidney Pills brought me quick relief, and finally cured me. They saved my life." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. CAME PRETTY FAST FOR PAT. At That, He Had Had Only Vhat the Doctor Ordered. A Philadelphia physician says that not long ago he was called to see an Irishman, and among other directions told him to Uike an ounce of whisky three times a day. A day or so later he made another visit and found the man, while not so sick, undeniably drunk. "...

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