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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 February 1910

yrnilure Undertakim Carpets, Curtains, Matting, Wall Paper, Pictures, Picture Frames, Etc Good Wall Paoer si 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABY CARRIAGES to suit. Large assortment Carpet samples 5 Vic (fJVJTE YOU TO ST F.HAVEMANN 4 Do you want a Farm? Then come and let us show you the dirt that is rich and deep, that produces good crops of wheat, corn, barley, oat?, ccne, kcfEr corn and alfalfa or anything grown in the middle western states. There is no Guess Thomas County, Kansas has the stuff to show you. We have all the advantages of counties further east and the test railroad facilities of any county in the wsstern part of the state. Our land at from $12.50 to 20.C0 per acre cannot he equal ed in nny other locality, it is bcund to advance shortly. Do Ycu Want a Faim ihat is A Good Producer and r. Good Investment ? 'I'M FN SEE B-M.Drezlrng or H. W. O hant, Hays City At Once, or Write , Thr Grnfn Brit Pi elty Co , COI BY, Kansas T. E. Kiekey, Special Agent. "Eureka" The Pe...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 February 1910

tat Historical Seity V j w w I -J L 2 L.- Hi Id VOLUME XXVIIL HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, EBRUAKY 26. 1910. NUMBER 15. orses for Sale I offer for sale at reasonable prices good work horses, mares and mules. See me before buying from others It will pay you to do so. Automobiles I shall remain as agent and offer for sale the best makes for the price from $500 to $2,000 See me before buying any machine. JoSira O'LousgMIn TSi Yocemento Road. Last week the viewers, surveyor, chain carriers and several people in terested met at the George Palmer place west of town, near the Yoce tnento Cement plant, to lay ont a 40 foot road across the Palmer farm ad joining the railroad right of way. Of course Mr. Palmer put in a big bill of damages and objected as the road pro posed only took in HIS farm and did not require Bruel, Sach or those east of him to lay out a like road across their farms. And there is not a law- abiding, thinking pereon in the county bat will say he is right. There is no quest...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 February 1910

Hays City Free Press. WAYS CITY, KAN3. NOT CONCLUSIVE EVIDEr-XE. The latest Instance of errors In spelling by e class qualifying for ad mittance to a leading western univer sity is widely interpreted by the press as an evidence of insufficient training In that Important element by aca demies and high schools. We think a little study of the showing may greatly diminish the force of the this opinion. The university in question is of a size that makes 150 a moderate estimate oi those seeking to qualify in the fresh man class. To such a class a list ol 100 words was submitted as a test ol spelling. The list of errors shows 12 words mispelled 30 times, or an aver age of 2 times to each word, says Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. But II there were 150 students spelling 10C words this would indicate a percent age of error to all the words spelled by all of the students of one-tenth ol one per cent Of course, this calcula tion as to the proportion ol students who were weak in spelling is gues...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 February 1910

Hays City Free Press. HAYS CITY, : : : KAN3. NEWS OF THE WEEK Host Important Happenings of the Past Seven Days. Interesting Items Gathered from all Parts of the World Condensed Into Small Space for the Ben efit of Our Readers. From National Capital. The postal appropriation' bill intro duced in congress proposes to discon tinue the printing by the government of return cards on envelopes. A meeting of the George Washing ton Memorial association was held at the capital to devise plans to raise by subscription $2,500,000 for the purpose of erecting a building at Washington as a permanent memorial and to sup ply a home for patriotic societies. In a speech in the senate which the eenator himself characterized as "red hot and right offl the bat." Jeff Davis of Arkansas attacked Senator Owen of Oklahoma charging him with being in terested in assisting the Standard Oil company by seeking a right of way for a pipe line through a part of Arkansas. The hause committee on naval af fairs wants P...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 February 1910

NEEDS EXTRA CARE thei? y v MSB FINE. CHINA DEMANDS MOST GEN TLE HANDLING. Otherwise West Highly Prized Pieces Will Be Quickly Destroyed The Proper Method of Handling the Fragile Dishes. V V y Trvi IS QOPYRCHT BYJM.A. PPJTERSOH OME of tbe veteran non - commissioned officers of the army have twice as many stories up their 6leeves as they have service stripes on them. An old sergeant who has been do ing duty at Fort Myer recalls occa sionally to his comrades with a warmth of admiration and sympathy In his voice the devotion to duty of Hans Mueller, who years ago was a trumpeter in the Third cavalry. Hans was more or less of a butt .for the Jokes of the men of his troop, lie took all kinds of jibes with a good .nature that was as perfect as it wa9 stolid. The trumpeter knew more 'about music than he did about mus kets. When for awhile he tried what ,'the other men called straight soldier ling he was continually getting tangled .up with his equipments and on sev eral occasions at skirmis...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 February 1910

"X FAMOUS DOCTOR'S v ) nnrnnninrinn U$ rncobtiir i iuii. Don't Persecute your Bowels Sick Haick aa4 UilfMtiaa. aa miTTir know. Small Pill. Small Dote. Small Price GENUINE must bear signature : Many smokers prefer them to 10c cigars.' Tell the dealer you want Lewis' Single Cinder. Factory, Peoria, Illinois. CHOOSING THE LESSER EVIL Sammy's Experience Advised Him of Wisdom of Selecting His Own Punishment. In Sammy Small's neighborhood there lived a family of boys who were irresistibly charming to Sammy, but not to Sammy's mother. In fact, Sammy's mother forbade him ever to go over to play with those boys again, and threatened punishment should he disobey her. But one day Sammy disappeared, and his mother made inquiries. She learned that Sammy was over playing with the irrisistible boys again. Ac cordingly, when Sammy returned from his visit he found his mother looking very stern, and with a remarkably square, forbidding lap which suggest ed a spanking. Sammy was promptly taken to task...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 26 February 1910

vi o n cvrnimre Undertaking r1 rpets, Curtains, Matting, Wall Paper, Futures, Picture Frames, Etc. , ".i-i-m Paper at 5e a Boil. ! vihOOW SHADES. All jificss, UM 0AHHIA6F.S to suit, I .Largs ssseiimsnf Carpet samples ifvtTE YOU -TO INSPECT CUR GOODS. F. HAVEMANN -V -.'L-.T " is 11 I in 4 r von want a. Farm? 1 1. i come and let us show you the dirt that is rich and c!ciir.t produces good crops of wheat, corn, barley,' cat;-, care, hi.ffir corn End alfalfa or anything grown in the rr icUIle western states. There is no Guess Thomas County, Kansas has thi- stuff to show you. We have all the advantages of corn tics further east and the best railroad facilities of any court y in the wsstern part of the state. Our - r.d at from $12.50 to 20.00 per acre cannot be equal ed in .- ry other locality, it is bcund to advance shortly. Ycz Want n Farm that is A Good Wixiucer and p C:cd Investment ? THFN SEE EJADrdHnn rr H. W. O hant, Hays City At Once, or Write Tho Gi;m Bt-lt Kcalty Co., COLBY, Kan...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 5 March 1910

sutt Biilaricil oifcisty ? r I. J. LJ VOLUZIE XXVHL HAYS, tctjjs COUNTY, KANSAS, -MARCH 5. 1910. NUMBER 12. 1 1 i IT) v i n v n W. A. Smith has bought the E. R. Cole driving1 horse. Miss Verne Rosa and Miss Lena Daily of Ellis spent last Sanday here visiting Mrs. T. J. Haddock. Beautiful hats in the very latest styles will be seen at the Virmond opening next week. Don't miss it. Mr. Roger's, the book-keeper at Havemann's lumber yard, has just re turned from a month's vacation at his home at Elk Falls, Eana. The Methodists are baring lots of sand hauled so as to be ready to again work on the church fonndstion as soon as the weather will permit of the Ce ment work. In the Gove county court, the man Scott, who killed a fellow prisoner some time ago, was tried and a jury decided he was insane and he will be sent to the asylum for life. Rev. A. N. Smith of the Methodist church has secured a horse and car riage and row can ride out to the Sme key and Buckeye school houses, where he holds ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 5 March 1910

a City Free Pres3. YS CITY. KAN 3. WHAT IS HAZINQ? A bitf has been framed In the senate commltte on military affairs prescrib ing regulations that shall govern the dismissal of West Point cadets for the practice of "hazing," and defining In explicit language what is meant by the term itself. It seems 4.hat the diction ary definitions have not proved satis factory either to the senate commit tee or to th executive heads of the war department, and in lieu of a satis factory translation of the comprehen sive term it becomes necessary for the law givers to frame one for them selves. It is in many cases easier to offer an example than a synonym, says Philadelphia Ledger. Anyone knows "haz'.ng" when he sees . It, and every thoughtfu- person deplores the brutal disregard of another's feelings that is Involved in the reprehensible practice. No definition would be complete that failed to take into consideration the fact that mental anguish is sometimes much more painful than physical suf fer...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 5 March 1910

TV A Tit vvw1 WW MM i Xy,,- Jj. IL ii ii VV ilil viyii ii cor?GH-r gv j-rAj2sor JU. co. HE shrill morning ciamor of nearly 3.00C Jewish children gath ering in Public School 31, New YorK, had died down. All were assembled in neat rank3 ou the four floors of the splendid stone building. In the streets, with their shawled mothers and push-cart ped dlers, were picturesque huddles of tod dlers waiting for a chance to enter the crowded place. A fair haired young teacher sitting at the piano on the top floor bent her head and struck a long, deep chord. Instantly 600 dark-eyed boys and girls arose from their desks and a stately psalm filled the great sunlit room. Presently the fresh young voices swung into "Who Is Sylvia?" and 'Where the Bee Sucks." Against Wltl I ering in Public School r- j. T-n-l iMm, . .-. Xmfr) 31. New York, had -pSfpff VttlWiPfc died down. All were Tra'' T rfWft W ' assembled in neat lUd l-l W floors of the splendid Hfe my stone building. In the Ute fmmmmmmm f ; i , -r...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 5 March 1910

Hays City Free Press. Bedroom Furniture Meg s El penitent: HAYS CITY, KAN 3. THE HOME GARDEN. Aside from every other considera tion, primary or incidental. In relation to the boycott of meats. It la certain that abstinence from meat for a con siderable time by a larger number of consumers will result in a lesser de mand for meat foods even after the boycott shall have been declared off. Scientists are agreed that the average person eats too much meat. Diet is largely a matter of habit. Once let a family demonstrate to Its own satis faction that less meat means better health and larger savings, and the meat bills will be kept down as a feature of family economics. Of course, there must be a substitute for meats. The best and most available nubstltute Is vegetables, says Kansas City Star. If there is anything in the law of supply and demand the greater demand for vegetables will result in somewhat higher prices for this food. But In the matter of vegetables It is within the power of m...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 5 March 1910

His Landlord's Reply. "This appears, to be a pretty' slow town. You have no pay-as-you-enter street cars here." N6rturVeliave a pretty good line of pay-before-you-leave boarding houses.'' ONLINE "BROMO QCIXINK.' That la LAIATIV B BKOMoguisiSB. Ixrk for thn signature of K. W. (.KoVii. L'aeU the World nrer U Cure a Cold, in One lujr. 25c. Crosses are of no use to us. but In as much as we yield, ourselves up to them and forget ourselves. Fenelon There are imit.it ion, don't be fooled. Ask tor Lewis' Single Binder cigar for 5c. Many a man has kicked himself out of a good job. TO HEALTH g ThostetterT STOMACH 8 BITTERS I To know how good the Bitters is in cases of Sick Headache Heartburn Indigestion, Costive ncss, Colds, Grippeand Malaria, it is only neces sary to try one bottle. The results speak for themselves. IS2SBUBDBBDSSBBB9CS3BB Cured by Electropodes New Electric Treatment. Metal Insole worn Inside shoes. Body become marnet nerres the connecting; wires. Positive cure lor Rheumatism...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 5 March 1910

niture Undertaking Carpets, Curtains, Matting, Wall Paper, Pictures, Picture Frames, Etc Good 'Wall Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABY CARRIAGES to suit. Large assoitment Carpet samples 17 iNVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR GOODS. a j li AVEMANK ft- you want a Farm? come and let us show you the dirt that is rich and deep, iLut produces good crops of wheat, corn, barley, cats, c;tr.e, kaffir corn and alfalfa or anything grown in the middle western states. There is no Guess Tl, cmas County, Kansas has the Ltutf to show you. We have all the advantages of corntitv; further east and the best railroad facilities of any county in the wsstern part of the state. Our hind at from $12.50 to 20.00 per acre cannot be equal ed in any other locality, it is bound to advance shortly. Do Yen Want a Farm that is A Good Producer and a Good Investment ? THFN SEE B. IVI. Dreiling or H. W. O hant, Hays City At Once, or Write The Grain Belt Realty Co., CO I BY, Kansas T. B. Hiskey, Special Agent. 5...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 12 March 1910

Glitt Historic! SicUty 1 M VOLUME xxvin. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 12. 1910. NUMBER 20. Motoring Back on the Form. The Travel Magazine, a monthly magazine published in New York City with very interesting articles on tra vel. In its March number has a f oar pa pre illustrated article on the above subject, and In it (rives Hays City a splendid write-up. In the course of the article it Rives a picture of a farm scene, a little red auto holding two gentlemen and a lady standing up at the back, that we would locate on east Big Creek. Another illurtration is "A road-drsg hitched to bis auto" and also "Stacking Alfalfa by horse less power in Kansas." The article contains the following: "Ever been to Hays City, Kansar? Well, when you go there just ask for farmer . He'll give you a true scotch welcome, and he'll be glad to tell you how last spring re decided that he had made his farm yield enough to entitle him and h's wife to take a trip abroad in his own automobile. He'll tell you ...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 12 March 1910

Hays City Free Press. HAYS CITY, KAN3. THE ENGLISH SPARROW. If the Eng'ish 6parrow were not such a hardy little rascal, so well able to take care of himself and thrive and multiply, how our pity would go out toward him! Especially might we now allow our generous feelings to flow, when the department of agriculture has just issued a farmer's bulletin in which It has nothing really good to say about this dweller everywhere and offers various means for getting rid of him. But the English sparrow needs no pity, sayo Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. He will live by grace or without it. and we may expect that, notwithstanding the bulletins, we shall continue always to have him with us, hardy, prolific, bold, cunning, self-reliant and unwashed. The bul letin and it is sadly in accord with popular experience represents this active neighbor of human kind as a dyed-in-the-wool criminal among birds. He attacks, it seems, almost every sort of vegetation useful for food, preys on his own kind b...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 12 March 1910

A Worthy Remedy. If you suffer from any Stom ach, Liver, Kidney or Bowel trouble, you will find Hostctter's Stomach Bitters a thoroughly reli able remedy and worthy of your utmost confidence. Give it a fair trial and see for yourself howgood it is in cases of Poor Appetite, Belchindt Sick Head ache Indigestion, Cost -iveness,Golds,Grippe& General Weakness. Get In nOSTETTER'(n IE w J CELEBRATED fin! stmach n Li L3 BITTER Vjj For Pain in Chest For sore throat, sharp pain in. lungs, tightness across - the chest, hoarseness or cough, lave -the -parts with -Sloan's Liniment. You don't need to rub, just lay it on lightly. It penetrates insta ntly to the seat of the trouble, relieves conges tion and stops the pain. Here's the Proof. Mr. A.W. Price, Fredonia, Kans., says : "We have used Sloan's Lini ment for a year, and find it an excel lent thing f6f sore throat, chest pains, colds, and hay fever attacks. A few drops taken on sugar stops cough ing and sneezing instantly." Liniment is e...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 12 March 1910

J3 if I1 Furniture J Undertaking Carpets, Curtains, Matting, Wall Paper, Pictures, Picture Frames, Etc Good Wall Paper at 5c a Boll. WINDOW SHADES. Ail prices. BABY GARBIA6ES to suit. Large assortment Carpet samples WE I3VITE YOU TO IHSPECT OUR GOODS. F. HAVEMANBJ i?r fa, K You can buy a new car of John O'Loughlin HAYS, KANSAS from $500 to $2,750 If you want a 'nifty" car at a. medium price try a Ford complete for $1000. This is a 4 passenger car and includes Top, Wind shield, Speedometer and Lights, and will deliver this car at your door at THIS PRICE. sseii you " ft I bUU or a "Veile 4o" for 1 800.00 Alsoagents for The Maxwell and Hupp "Eureka" The Best 1910 Resolution "KESOLVED : That I am not going to put up another winter without having a Hot water Heating system Installed in my heme. That 1 am tired of the nuisance, dust and dirt and the everlast ing earning of coal. Be it Resolved Fur ther: That I AM going to call in person or Phone 341 for C. E. O'BRIEN of the Hays City Engi...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 March 1910

&utt HUtarictiSetitty V " IN ) M ( 71 V i M 'A .4 M id VOLUME xxvin. HAYS, FJJJg COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 19, 1910. NUMBER 21. f i i a t a- t J . FOR SALE 1 J One half section of land 2 & 1-2 miles east of Hays, 6 I -4th of 260 acres of wheat goes with sale. Price $16,000 2 I The Hubbell farm, 7 &1-2 miles north of Hays. $4000 i a worth of improvements and can be bought for $45 an 1 acre if taken at once. 4 Two sections of land one mile west of Yocemento, all fenc- S ed and running water. There are 400 acres of gocd plow 5 land on tract and can be bought for $25 an acre, essy terms. 320 acres good land one mile south of Hyacinth, 10 1 miles from Hays. 250 acres good plow land on tract and can be bought for $25 an acre on easy terms. j 11 acre tract all in alfalfa. Coed fence and other J building, one mile from Hays. At a snap. i Two blocks of land adjoining Hays at a snap. Will J be a dandy chicken fsrm. j Three large lots close to Catholic church at a bargain. Two large lo...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 March 1910

Hays City Free Press. hays city. : : : kani back to the farm. Nine hundred million dollars' worth of Agricultural products were export ed from the United States last year, according to the bureau of statistics In the department of commerce and labor. Secretary Wilson says that the total was $8,776,000,000, so that a lit tle more than 10 per cent, of our farm , products were sold . abroad and the home consumers had to be content with the remaining nine-tenths. This is a healthy condition, but doubtless helps to explain the high price of pro visions fn this country. Secretary Wilson thinks the high prices are due to the fact that there are too- few farmers and too many distributers, too many young men rushing to the city, instead of staying home and tilling the soil. If we are to supply Europe as well as America with food stuffs we must Increase the number of farm ers with the increase of our popula tion, and If farming Is made and con tinues sufficiently profitable there will be no l...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 19 March 1910

T sTHE KEYSTONE; TO HEALTH HOSTETTER' STOMACH BITTERS P" 1 You miss a great deal of the oleasures of life if your stomach has "done back on you" but don't remain in that condition. The Bitters will set things fight and prevent Indigestion, Costiveness & Headache. ALWAYS LATE. Ilixon Ever run for an office? Nixon I run for one nearly every morning. America's Opportunity in Turkey. Dr. George Washburn, president of Robert college, 1S70-1903. writes: "It is a 'great opportunity, a wonder ful opportunity, and it is a call espe cially to Americans. They believe in us now in Turkey. They trust us. There is nobody they believe in and trust as they do Americans in Turkey. They know that we have no selfish ends in view there. We do not want any of their territory; we are not Koing to try to overthrow the Turkish government; and they understand fully that what we are doing there we are doing for their good. They may think we make mistakes, but they know we are honest, and they know we are...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
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