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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 October 1907

I LOCAL NEWS. ? 'S L M.' Yost made a business trip to Wilson Tuesday. The weather this week - has been ideal for Autumn. Mrs- Walter Stedman has been quite sick the past week. Boar in mind the date of the bi.j cloak Sale at Zeigler's Nov. 2nd. Henry Staatz was down from Wa Keeney between trains Tuesday. Dr. Loutzenhiser reports a little typhoid fever in the country. Jno. Schlyer received a large car of new buggies Friday morning1. Roy Miller is earning the barber trade at Kings' Tonsorial Parlors. Mrs. E. B. Matthew has been quite sick the past week with malaria fever. Frank Stout was up from Salina on business and pleasure Wednesday even ing. , Several new members will be initiat ed into the Workman Lodge next Thursday evening. Chas. King was "under the weath er" Thursday and unable to be at his place of business. Dr. Catudal has been laid up the last few days with a sprained leg and unable to be in his office. Miss C. B. Miller representing Crane & Co. of Topeka was in the cit...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 October 1907

estate -T? 7? 7? Tr3 Ellis County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXV. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, OCTOBER 26. 1907. NO 50. ) n 1 HJiS Ji MISSION The Essex Glub of Hays Gity is Working Tor the Town Takes Place of Commercial Glub as a Hustler. ' Has Splendid Home Three Stories, Including Banquet, Ball and Bath Rooms. One of the Strict Rules is That No Liquor Be allowed. From Topcka Journal. Hays City, Kan. Oct. 22. The peo ple of this town boast of their Essex club which has taken the place of the Commercial club so far as pulling for the good of Hays City. A few years ago an even dozen of her young busi ness men organized a social club, fixing up pleasant quarters, which was sup plied with a library, each member contributing his best literature. Amusements were furnished including billiards, ping-pong, card tables and piano. One of the strict rules at . its organization was forbidding the use of intoxicating drinks or gambling in the club rooms, and these rules have been strictly adhered to f...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 October 1907

Wit gxu 2tm. HARRY FREESE. OWNER. JOHN FREESE. EDITOR a BUS. MGR. Entered as second-class matter in the post office at Hays, Kansas. Published every Saturday morning. Independent of any Politics. October 26, 1907. 5 Editorial Gossip : . As a rule you see only the good side of the other fellow's job and the bad side of your own. . The noisiest political farmer has the tallest weeds in his cornfield and the fewest potatoes in his hills. Kansas and her overflowing banks is .now becoming a subject for the magazines to conjure with. - The latest way of spelling "Fido" according to the joke writer of the Chicago Tribune, is "Phydeau." Learn a lesson from the traveling man. His first job is to be jolly and agreeable. If he fails there he fails everywhere. Jewell Co. Republican. Isn't it about time that the "chest nut" writers on the metropolitan dai lies lay the old joke 'whether Joan of Arc was any relation of Noah's, on the shelf. " " You can tell a newly married man in a dining hall eve...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 October 1907

1. p V r x 1-' - - SENATOR PHILANDER C. KNOX, Th Pennsylvania Statesman Wfco Has Anoounred Ills Willingness to Accept tke Republican Presidential Nomination. S inrAi NFWC N. P. Gassman made a business trip to Ellis Monday evening. Frark Rockefeller of Russell was n the city on business Tuesday. School children should buy their books at C. A. Harkness Drug Store. Rev. Wiest preached in the Lutheran church at Lawrence Sunday morning. Earl J. Wallace, stenographer for I. M. Yost, has purchased a fine Rem ington typewriter. Mrs. Wm. Hall, who is now sojourn ing in Portland, Ore., is expected home the first of next week. No services were held in the Luther an church last Sunday on account of the absence of the pastor. Lincoln Ward attended the football game at Russell last Friday and visit ed over Saturday at the home of F. S. Rockefeller. Mrs. Geo. Philip returned Monday evening from Kansas City where she has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. F. Scott. Mrs. E. A. Rea and father, Wm. H...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 October 1907

3 Harkness for School Supplies. I. M. Yost made a business trip to Lawrence and K. C. this week. Tully Scott arrived morning for. a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Philip. Frank Straley and family of South Trejro County are here on a visit to old friends. ' Remember J. H. Spratt has an agency for the state text school books. 42-tf Mrs. E. B. Matthew who was sick with malaria fever last week is im proving rapidly. W. A. Smith will sell you wheat and corn land on five to eight years time at 6 pet. See ad. 50-l The Ladies Aid Society of the Pres byterian church met with Mrs. H. L. Kent Thursday afternoon. Henry McGuire laid a five-foot brick walk this week in front of the M. J. Goff property on East Juniata. Charles Rogers and family of Free dom township leave this week for their new home in Hodgman county, Kans. Mrs. John Beulow of Walker trans acted business in Hays last Saturday. She was a pleasant caller at this office. A week from Saturday the Ellis Co. Teacher's Association me...

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

Ellis County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXV. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, NOVEMBER 2. 1907. NO. 51. A HighFlyer The above caption is probably appro priate to use in refering to a certain William Hoy of St. Mary's who eloped with a young lady of Osborne, Kansas this week The elopement and the con sequent incidents are of considerable local interest because the young couple were married here Monday and because the young man cashed a forged check here for $15 and attempted to cash a second check of $35 but failed. The young couple came in Monday noon from Russell and were married in the Probate Court by W. M. Stanton, j ' acting probate judge. They gave their name3 as William Hoy of Kansas City and Elizabeth Earle of Osborne, ages 22 and 18 respectively. Hoy made affadavit that Miss Earle was over 18 years of age and Mr. Stan ton said she looked over that age. To pay for the license and ceremony Hoy offered Stanton a check for $35 with the invitation to take out $3 for license, $5 for the ce...

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 November 1907

HARRY FREESE, OWNER. JOHN FREESE. EDITOR & BUS. MGR. Entered as second-class matter in the post office at Hays, Kansas. Published every Saturday morning. Independent of any Politics. November 2, 1907. : Editorial Gossip : The pure food law is all right but a sure food law would interest more peo ple. Sedgwick Pantagraph. President Roosevelt celebrated his 49th birthday last Sunday. As it was the holy Sabbath it is supposed he celebrated by attending church twice. Sec. of Agriculture Wilson says the farmers will get more money for their crops this year than last year. Peo ple who are worrying over hard times this year are asked to sit up and take notice that the farm and not Wall Street is the real barometer "of our financial welfare. A Pushing Line.. ! "No house in the country, I am proud to say, has more men and wo man pushing its line of goods than mine. "What do you sell? he was asked. "Baby carriages!" shouted the drum mer, as he fled from the room. Suc cess Magazine. Make u...

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 November 1907

VMI JslaSfiSL. v V" 'LOwJrt GREAT FOOTBALL LEADERS EmilMIIU'WilHUIWIIMi'"!"!""1 'I " ' I HWIWIimiHMIII 1 'I TTnrin 1 1 1 i I II i rTTYtlTTrgffl"TriWfTJ Capt. Bar to I Parker, Harvard. OFFICIALS NAMED FOR BIG GRIDIRON CONTESTS Umpires for More Important Western Football Battles This Sea son Selected. "Walter McCornack, the former Northwestern football coach, and Ralph Hoagland of Princeton, will -referee the majority of the big games in the west this year. Evarts Wrenn of Harvard will do the principal part of the umpiring. Announcement of the officials for the big eight games was made at a meeting of the confer ence committee on officials. Four men were assigned to each of the games between members of the big eight, but no announcements were made in regaid to the games bat ween conference and nonconference teams. In the latter the list is to be submit ted to the managers of the nonconfer euce teams before becoming final, Following are the assignments: OCTOBER 2(5. Wisconsin-Illinois ...

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 November 1907

- S LOCAL NEWS. ffi' Miss Mabel Rowlison has been sick this week with tonsilitis. Harkness Drug Store is being papered. M. J. Bell is doing the work. Next Monday, Nov. 4th, is pension voucher day for the old soldiers. The Essex Club moved to their - near home in the Kreuger Building Friday. McGuire is laying a cement and brick walk at the Baptist Church this week J. H. Downing is acting as deputy Register-of Deeds during the absence of P.J. Rooth. Mrs. Jacob Feitz who has been quite ill with rheumatism is much improved at this writing. Attorney Abel of the firm of Ritchie & Abel of Salina was in the city on lega1 business Thursday. Misses Alice Mulroy and Florence Disney attended the concert in Ellis Thursday evening. Wes Edwards left Wednesday night for Excelsior Springs to secure treat ment for rheumatism. A crowd of Normalites held a picnic and general good time on the creek Wednesday afternoon. A regular monthly meeting of the city council will convene next Thursday evening ...

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 November 1907

I- (? State Historical Socfoy I J I h i - i I J Ellis County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXV. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS,. NOVEMBER 9. 1907. NO. 52. TO k iW k fk JL IL 21 Us J t I t i f 4 .v. f. 9: ft To The Taxing Officers of Counties, Cities, Townships and School Districts: It is made the duty of the Tax Com mission, in chapter 408 of the Laws of 1907, to confer with, advise and direct all officers who have duties to perform under the laws as relating to assessment and taxation. Tfie only practicable way to reach so large a uumber of officers, some ten thousand or more, is by correspondence; hence this communication. The Commission is, of course, war ranted in presuming that every assess ing or taxing officer will do his utmost to see that the law is efficiently and strictly enforced. With" such an ad ministration of the law,, there will be a large increase in assessments. It is a matter of common knowledge that, under the assessments heretofore made, all kinds of property have been mor...

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 November 1907

HARRY FREESE. OWNER. JOHN FREESE. EDITOR a BUS. MGR. Entered as second-class matter in the post office at Hays, Kansas. Published every Saturday morning. Independent of any Politics. November 9, 1907. ! Editorial Gossip 2 It pays to learn a trade well even if it takes several years ,to master all the details. The man who cooks for the emperor of Austria draws a salary of $10,000 a year. Lindsborg News. Editor Young, of the Oakley Graph ic. who has just been married is re sponsible for this in his editorial col umn: "Women should learn to keep their voice soft and well-modulated, says an exchange. That's right; no man wants to marry a woman who calls him to breakfast in the staccato 01 tne rag man yelling "Rags." "Well I don't care whether anybody else succeeds or not, if I can make Money that's all. I care." How many, many people there are just like that there are in this old world! Money, more money, most Money that's all they care for, and the end may not always justify the means....

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

I LOCAL NEWS. I s Peter Frank made a business trip to Kansas City the first of the week. Wra. Solomon and Herman Sessin of Wiles were county seat visitors last Monday. Johnny Wright left Monday for Wilson where he expects to work for this winter. I. M. Yost made a business and rlMnirft trin to Kansas Citv the first of the week. I am making special prices on clocks. Come in and get prices T. A. Hick man, Watchmaker, Jeweler, and Opti cian. 52-lt " Martin Gross, Jr. gave a social dance in the G. A. R. Hall Tuesday evening. Polifka's Orchestra furnish ed the music. A. B. Seeyle and family of Abilene were here this in a handsome automo bile visiting with his brother Alvin Seeyle of South Lookout. COMING Gift Books, Toilet Artic les, and everrthing in our line, larger than ever. Wait for them. 52-tf J. H. Spratt. Mr, Guy Deboer of Grinnell came down Monday to attend the Normal here. He is staying at the home of his sister Mrs. James Carter. The new Catholic College opposite the church co...

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

i, - Joe Mever returned from Luray Thurs day evening. Wm. Parks of Ohio, a niece of George Shutts, is here on a visit. Fred Solomon and Will Palmer visit ed Yocemento last Sunday. C. M. Holmquist made a business trip to Wakeeney on Monday, Mrs. Watson Beach of Ottawa is here on a visit to her sister Mrs. E. S. Beach. Henry Tholen and E. G. Phillis of Victoria was in Hays on business last Saturday. Mrs. A. D." Goetchius is again up and around, after a very serious attack of gall-stones. John Westbrook made his Fall de livery of trees last week from the Lawrence Nursery. Sickness in his family called 'J. W Gaston and family to their old home in Missouri this week. George Philip, Jr. has been in Kan sas City most of this week receiving, medical treatment on his eyes. Lincoln Ward gave a dance in the Hall Thursday evening for the Russell football team and their friends. C. A. Munson moved his family to Wilson yesterday. Mr. Munson is en gineer in Yost's Mill at Wilson. Charlie Binder ha...

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 November 1907

Seat. Hstorical Society WW o , r in 2ii.s County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXVI. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, NOVEMBER 16. 1907. NO. I- WW 1L JjFjI ! i i ! I 1 '3 4 ' i it ? 3 5 ) ft Fcrmer's Instigate. The programs for the Farmers' In . stitute to be held in Hays on Dec. 11th and 12th, are being made up. Wc wish to have eight or nine local farm ers take part and open up subjects for discussion, such as Corn Growing - in Ellis Co., Wheat Culture. (a) Preparation of Seed Bed. (b) Time and Method of Seeding (c) Harrowing in the Spring Alfalfa Problems (a) Getting a Stand' (b) Culturing and Storing and other problems of great interest to all farm ers. If you have any subject you would like to talk upon or have dis cussed please phone me as early as you can so I can return the program to Mr. Miller some time next week. Mr. Miller is having good success in his Institute work now going on in Kansas and from reports in the papers the farmers are taking hold of this work and find great help in i...

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

hV.ViVAViYiYViV.'VVwiV. WVWk VWVVi ViVtW .VViVtV. iVWiVrt ftVVtW. 'iVrbWri vwww Legal Notices. Professional and J.H. SPRJ2TT IS HARRY FREESE. Owner. JOHN FREESE. EDITOR & BUS. MGR. Entered as -ieo i I cii-.-. matter m the post office at Hays. Kansas. Published every Saturday morning. Independent of any Politics. November 16, 1907 Editorial Gossip President Roosevelt has proclaimed Thursday, Nov. 28th, Thanksgiving Day, and a legal holiday. They say birds of a feather flock to gether, and we don't blame them this cold weather. We can't keep warm with many feathers. It is now time to make a list of the many things you are thankful for this year and straight-way forget the few things you are not thankful for. Judge Ruppenthal of Russell, makes j an unusual complaint against the pa- j pers that have "cut out their patent insides." He says he can't clip out an item from one of them without running a risk of ruining a good item on the other side of the sheet. Sal ina Journal. The Howa...

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 November 1907

rri An Interested Audience of Coming Facers NEW PLAYS ARE BEING PLANNED MANY NOVEL AND STARTLING TRICKS EXPECTED TO BE BROUGHT FORTH THIS YEAR. fers i 5fl We offer the following special club bing rates, good until January 1, 1908 RADICAL CHANGE IN STYLE I Special Clubbing 01 , , ; r2MW y f2ft 1 3 7 J Not the least interested portion of ihe audiences which have gathered at the stations whre the .special agricul tural trains in the different states have stopped has been the boys of the farm, who eagerly listen to the talks of the lecturers. This was specially true recently at Warrenton, Mo., where the "seed and soil" train made one of its stops. The two lecture cars were filled with the farmers and so the boys THE VALUE OF MANURE By M. L. Flslier, Asst. Professor of Azronomy, Purdue (Ind.) University. The theoretical value of a ton of manure is likely to differ somewhat from its practical value. For example I-, ton of clover hay fed to mature fat tening steers ought to return in the a...

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

I LOCAL NEWS. Miss Beulah Bell visited friends in Russell last Saturday. I. M. Yost went to Denver Tuesday evening on business. Typewriter paper on sale at this of fice, 25c per 100 sheets. M. J. Goff made a business trip to Quinter Tuesday evening. Wanted at once at this office, one more subscriber to The Free Press. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abbott spent a few days in Hill City this week visiting friends. Mrs. Mumford went to Kansas City the first of the week to have her eyes treated. Will Cox of Voda was down Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Cox. Gartlands are adding a large kitchen to their new residence on West Sheri dan Avenue. Mrs. Grouden is adding another room to her Normal boarding house on West Second Street. Mrs. M. J. Mumford visited Kansas City the first part of the week and had her eyes treated. A baby boy came to bless the home of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford (nee Ida Feitz) last Sunday morning. We have a nice two-seated carriage for sale at a very low price. 52-2t ...

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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 November 1907

7 rlv W 77 Try. f7 Ttyv 773 fo3 fr! St ate Historical Society & f M County's Best Local Paper. VOL. XXVI. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, NOVEMBER 23. 1907. NO. 2. I i J frv UJ UJ H V-- t w sv V i A 1 k - Golden Belt at Wakeeney. The Golden Belt Educational Associ ation will meet at Wakeeney Friday and Saturday of next week. An excel lent program has been prepared and the teacher who fails to attend will be sacrificing an opportunity to hear dis cussed some of the most perplexing questions in school teaching. Among them is this question which will be contested in debate: "Resolved, that the American system of Education is seriously defective in mental and phy sical training." Ex-county Atty. E. A. Rea of Hays and Rev. H. H. Bowen of Ellis wil speak for the affirmative and Profs. J. S. Bird and L. R. Light of Hays will take the defence for the present school system. Other ques tions of equal interest are on the pro gram. The Gold Medal Declamation Contest among the various counties will...

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 November 1907

Wht gwss". HARRY FREESE. Owner. JOHN FREESE, editor & bus. mgr. Entered as second-class matter in the post office at Hays, Kansas. Established in 1882 by Harry Freese Published every Saturday morning. Independent of any Politics. November 23, 1907 I Editorial Gossip I A newspaper is like a man's head. It isn't the size that counts, but the kind of stuff that's in it. Jewell Re publican. Grocers claim that since the enact ment of the pure food laws and conse quent advance of prices their profits have been greatly reduced. Here is a cinch: The more you yell hard times the harder they will be. Take a tumble to yourself and quit rocking the boat. Mack Cretcher. A man in New York City recently shot and killed a man and a woman and was convicted of murder in the second degree. The question is: "how many men, women and children must a man slay in New York City to earn a certi ficate of the first degree?" William Jennings Bryan at least plays fair. After Wall Street bankers had openly 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. — 23 November 1907

7 - I - I BUILD Working Plans of Structure That Will Prove Most Ser viceable and Convenient. The plans of hog house shown be neath are considered by a successful stockraiser as among the best he has ever seen. The plan is for a house 40 feet long. It may be only ten feet and It may be 20, 30, 100 or any multiple of ten. It will be seen there are the in dispensable department In each pen, sleeping-room 5x7, feedroom 5x7 and brick alley 5x8, besides yard and feed alley. In order to come out of sleep I ing-room, it will be seen, pigs have to pass rut through back alley, where they are sure toJeave their droppings, leaving the other rooms clean. Begin ning at one end with a sleeping-room the enclosures go in pairs as the plan shows. First nest, then a pair of feed rooms, than a pair of nests and then a pair of feedrooms, etc. In fattening time the division planks between the pairs may be lifted out and the pairs make one enclosure. 7x10. The nest room floor and feed alley floor are some...

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