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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 12 November 1910

THOUGHT SHE HAD PRACTISED ! THE LEMUR A CHARMING PET WELL AT LAST. WOULD BE OF MORE VALUE Frenchman's Suspicions Really Some thing of a Compliment to the Men of America. Claude Grahame White, the English iiviator. praised, at a dinner in Xew York, the good fellowship-of Ameri cans. "The American woman is regarded abroad as an angel," he said. "The man is admittedly a good fellow, but an angel he is far from being. "You've, heard of the Frenchman," perhaps, whose sweetheart spent the summer in America? After her return the poor Frenchman seemed quite blue. "'What's the matter with you?' a friend asked. " 'I am worried,' the other muttered. 'about my fiancee. You see, since her return-from America . she kisses so much better than she lised to.'" rsrr v. - Strong Preaching. , . The minister's eiffht-year-oid'aSueh- ter was returning with her- parents ! from church, where the district super intendent had that morning occupied the pulpit. j '"Oh, father." asked the Httle'.Virl, her face ...

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 November 1910

The Clean State. Are you one of tbc -z't'.x who are flrn to moping, to !cci.'n fearfully Into the future, or to laxanticg the past? There !s do surer cure fcr these uafcapplnesses than to cultivate the olean-sTat- habit, whi'-h is carried out In this way: '..!v n ilav at a time, tnd start --ack riornnj; witti a fresh record to rr..!.vii, which rauft not b rjuddlfed with the blurs of yester day nor the possible blots of tomor row. Location of Garden of Eden. The late flenoral Gordon flrmly b- iired the Coco de Mer to be the for bidden fruit, and the Seychelles Is lands to be the site of the Garden of Eden. This Idea was ro firmly fixed In his riled that he caused soundings to be taken of the surrounding 6ea, for the purpose of tracing the courses of the four rivers, and the results con- flratv'd him In his belief. Interceding People. The lnterer.tinp; iop!e do not pose. They do rot ravo. They do not strut and swagger. Tiiv u.i'k normally and talk unexcltc-db T!iy do not become soulfu...

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 November 1910

eule Rifterinl 7 T CD ftp volume xxvnii. HAYS. ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, NOVEMBER 19, 1910. NUMBER 1 Your Bank and Your Business Are alike in this respect: Success depends on satisfactory service. ' It ia the well served customer who brings his friends to share in his satisfaction, and so business is built up. This bank has been bailt up largely by giving customers kindly and intelligent ser vice, by manifesting genuine interest in indi vidual accounts and individual success. Call and see us whenever we can serve you. Citizens' State Bank Hays City. Kansas. ft Subscribe for the Free Press. The basement of the new Carnegie Library building in th court hou.e yard ia excavated. Some old Iad7 this week distributed oyer a hundred catalogues of a Chicago mail order bouse. Rain or snow was expected Monday, but it didn't come but instead it turn ed cold enough to freeze ice. Our old timer, William McAbren. died this, Friday morning, and as their janitor, buried from the Esex halL Turkeys, Oyste...

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 November 1910

Hays City Free Press. WAYS CITY. x KAN 3. SARTORIAL SNOBBERY. That elusive individual to whom the ;New York tailors owe a large debt of gratitude which may be mora than balanced by the amount he owes the tailors has tendered the! public an other profound statement He says that a man "who doesn't go out much" can dress decently on $5,000 a year, aya the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Ob serve the subtle malgnlty of that qual ifying: phrase. The man who goes out much, the fellow who romps through routs and dinners and teas and al fresco twaddlefests. must pay his tailr or no matter what he does for the piper. . While the poor chappie who la hampered by a measly 15.000 will cut his pleasures carefully according to bis cloth, being so closely menaced by that deadly line of decency. Just now this distinction will be regarded by the possessor of two coat hangers, with only one In active use, can easily be Imagined. He will smile at the ukase and snap his fingers at a code of decency that Is base...

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 November 1910

44 Bu. to ilis Acre In a heavy yield, hnt that's what John Kfrni'Jy tit tduionun, A ltf rta, V-tern t.aritia, got (rum 4U atrea or prlnj; Wliout in lino. He ports iruui other dlMricta in thai prov ince showed other excel lent resu lis such a 4. DOO bushels ol heat from Im acre, or S3 1-3 bu. per a re. iiSOand 40 buhLel yields were num erous. As hlfjh aa VJ2 buhhels of ouUt to the Its exhibit of irralns, grasses and vegetables. Keporta ol excellent yields lor 1W0 coma also from Kmkatchewnn and Manitoba la Ventern Canada. Free homrltndl of 160 arret, and adjoining pre empt Ion of lttO arret (at K3 per acre) are to be had lu the choicest district. School, convenient, cli mate excellent, soli the very best, railways close at band, batldlner lumber cheap, fuel easy to get and reasonable In price, water easily procured, mixed t arming success. Write as to best place for set tlement, settlers' low railway rates, descriptive Illustrated Last Best West" (sect free on application) and other I...

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. — 19 November 1910

But It Generally . Hardship is good lor us when If ftSt compulsory. Ov r one hunr!rci tht.us-nd done of blackleg vaccine have been p-o?uced at the Kansas St Ue Agri cultural Coi ege and distribued to the farmers of Kansas in the past eighteen months. Formerly, from ten to thirty per cent of the annual crop of ralves of Kansas fell m victim to this disease. Fv.rn ors tow vaccina 'e so generally that the loes is estimated to be less thun one percent, paving- the state hundreds of thousands of collars a year. Blind Bocne, the negro pianist give us one of his ir.imitaL'e entertainments Tuepduy exenirg; before an audience which filled that ed.fic . The first pecu litrity inJBli d Bcore tht strikes tho t-bserver is a com 1 ant hUfcyinp back a d forth of his Lcdy ficn; a point about 12 inches above the hips. He is a well educated man ar:d a po d talker. His touc is eoft ard beriuti ul s a ladyV but is alto chr.ic t riz d by mxxu (owe .while his memory is renjarkni)!e Boone is it bout 23 ye...

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 November 1910

V I IN W W r N I J J I J 1 11 Zi MAYfe 1L VOLUME XXVIIII. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 26, 1910. NUMBER 2. Your Bank and Your Business Are alike in this respect: Success depends on satisfactory service. It ia the well served customer who brings his friends to share in his satisfaction, and so business is built up. This bank has beea built up largely by giving customers kindly and intelligent ser vice, by manifesting genuine interest in indi vidual accounts and individual success. Call and see us whenever we can serve you. Citizens' State Bank Hays City, Kansas. 1 fa Subscribe for the Free Press. Mrs. Col. Yard of N. Y. city is ex pected -here Saturday on a visit. Next Saturday evening, Dec. 3d, the Ellis county Teachers Association bold their monthly ineetiner in the Public school building: at Ellis. The "Reporter" of Wakeeney sayp, "Editor Freese's Hays Free-Press has visited its readers 1463 Saturdays, and means a new bunch of locals and edi torials each week". The Ellis H...

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 November 1910

Haya City Free Press. HAYS CITY. KAN3 SPIRIT OF ROMANCE. ' To the spirit of chivalry and lore of adventure that characterized the 'wonderful days of long ago the aver age writer turns for his romantic tatos of love and war, but It seems some how as though enough of romance can be found In the world at every period, of Its existence, even in Its present most . practical and, perhaps. Its most unpoetical stage, to make volumes of absorbing interest, but the mystery of the past appeals to the ordinary mind with more persistence than the wonders of the present; per haps, because the Intervening periods of time have endowed the occurrences of other days with something of the charm of their own uncertainty. The Influence of poetry, of music, of art, of the drama, of literature, helps to mold a world of loveliness, and con tributes In no small way to the hap piness of living, says the Charleston News and Courier. Into each profes sion some of the spirit of romance has crept, much of which ...

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 November 1910

IP The 'J ibaifsiieks That Makes tht Daklng Batter Fallare are almost Impossible with Calumet. We kotow that It will firs 70a better results. We know that the baklnff wQl be purer more whol one. We kaow that it will be mora evenly raised. And we know that Calumet Is more economical, both la its vue and cost. We know these things because we If bave put the quality into it we have If seen It tried out in every way. It is used now in millions of homes and its sales are growing daily. It is the modern Da in? powaer. Have yon tried it? Calumet is highest la Quality moderate in price. Received Highest Award .World's Pure Food Exposition. for made by the TfL- AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS Z' films, any slie, IOo per mil and do It right. Oar irm gives greatest detail In cloud effects, snow cenea and undertlmeit DfRatlTes. Velox prints, SUx4 and umaller.Rc: SUx', SjU'-i.ic: 8a, 4x6. 6i Li. VI3 fllOTO FIKliilllNU CO.. Boulder, Colorado The Wlnnlng'Candldate. Two candidates for the same office came In...

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 November 1910

Haa City. Ka-. Oct. Jrd, 1911 Board of County CoL-jjiatiouers- ol Couaiy met thia date iu regular Quareriy sfci&ioa, all members present. Meeting called to order by CU-dlriiiait Zerier. FtsjB bill of ibe following Couiiiy officeis were exaonLiieil and approved. W. T. Cox, County Clerk. li. M. Dieiliuy, County Treasurer. V. At. dtauton. Clerk of Dist. Court. J. P. Shu Us, County Attorney. John 1J. Gro&j, iiooato Judge. Geo. II. Urown, Slioriff. Quarterly report of County Sup't Pub lie Instruction, eauiiued, approved and ordered puuiisiieU to:lovviiiy bill itouiiiat the Couaity of Ullis were allowed and county clerk instructed to draw warrants in pay meat tuore tor viz: . Jonn is. urov, a.arv lej leta a Prouate Juoe li. M. DieiliU, saiary as County Tiea&urer 30U.O0 Anthony Kuhn, SJaary as County Supermtenuent 267.23 W. Al. titan ton, Salary let-s ftc-a as Clerk or lJitiu-i (. ourt. .... .218.55 E. J. Mui.en, ba.ary u-s Janitor.... bo J. li. Groos, i Oota-e ioi frouate Jud&...

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. — 3 December 1910

V E I ! ' I Q l--L i I J.1 1 VOLUME xxvnn. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 3, 1910. .NUMBER 3 1 -r"i -iff -fc -- , - ef 4MSiJ Your Bank and Your Business Are alike in this respect: Success depends on satisfactory service. It ia the well served customer who brings his friends to share in his satisfaction, and so business is built 'up. This bank has been built up largely by giving customers kindly and intelligent ser t vice, by manifesting genuine interest in indi vidual accounts and individual success. Call and see us whenever we can serve you. Citizens' State Sank Hays City, Kansas. sr ft I Subscribe for the Free Press. The Adult Bible Class of the Presby terian church his started out with a new name, a new President and a new book, but with the tr'e i and true teach er. Prof. Shively. Thv new rame ta ken is the "Bereans Miss Affnew is the new president, Miai Smith the sec retary and the new book i-? "OUvor's Teach .r Trainh g Course" which cov ers the vhole Bible. The first .e...

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. — 3 December 1910

Hay3 City Free Press. Evening Dresses ORESSING UP NOVEL SUPPER IDEA STAFF OF LIFE IMPORTANT FAC TOR IN FUNCTION. on hi mo pay HAYS CITY. i i S KANS 0 ED COUCH OF LUXURY. The most perfect resting: place ever devised for a human being: Is Just be neath the roof, and then you must be able to Bee the shingle nails sticking through. If a gentle rain be falling, so much the better. Five minutes spent in that sweet retreat are enough to 'banish the memory of every trouble. Debt and death lose their terrors, and the peace that passes understanding comes upon you, says the Washington Post. Tou become a boy again and enter once more into the world that used to be. Soon the dark corners of the room are peopled with the Images of childhood. Over where the old clothes are hanging you can see the outlines of a dismantled ship, while down the sandy shore come Robinson Crusoe and Man Friday. A swarthy face peeps from behind the big trunk. It Is Faringhea, the ,strangler, creep ing stealthily upon h...

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. — 3 December 1910

WAN! LETTER. PUMJSIJEB For Benefit of Women who Suffer from Female Ills f Minneapolis, Minn. "I was a gTeat rafferer from female troubles which caused a weakness and broken down condition of tho system. I read so muchofwhat Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound had done for other Buffering women I felt sure it would help me, and I must say it did help me wonderfully. My ' pains all left me, I Few stronger, and within three months was a perfectly well woman. I want this letter made public to show the benefit women may derive from Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. John G. Mold ait, 2115 Second 6tp North, Minneapolis, Minn. Thousands of unsolicited and genu ine testimonials like the above prove th efficiency of Eydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which is made exclusively from roots and herbs. Women who suffer from those dis tressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Eydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound to restore th...

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. — 3 December 1910

ft - ? VS. In Hip Hian Block Having foougM tlie George Grass stock of 5 i im t tin m i-M h ,y V' jii HATS and we will sell everything at a Way down at cost or Ever thing lxust be sold quick great sacrifice below that, Come a- -a sold to close it out see the goods, they are the very best of goods so low the price will surprise you. Come see. r p. SMITH, MANAGER. 1 ll.il' ... -S. : . Reel jr. stat c, insurance and Loans. nd r.t her lega j "- 'AIO papers I'rorciktly executed, it u A Fric-.i.';.. :i!V the 1 il.it t.-r .'( :.t 1 l: re: c f-.r;- -i- h?r.rt.-:)-i : i r i wr :;'.!'.T.vor. .''i'-c:".'i;;ri aiK' if . :s by r....Uing cne ;nt. Accord iny to ;op.) has- been won i :;.'. of irrfortion . no isk iv u;-var:. Vi'.i V.lOVf VVg'.d c'iuib. All that is w'nru cite has. aad lor whnt one Ih. aM&ft 60 YEARS' V'---? lift EXPERIENCE - 'v v- r -v . . A"vone snd!nB a nketcb and deecriptJon m jn!clcl7 ascertain our opinion free whether at Trade Marks DESIGN8 Copyrights Ac. Lt?W:? Save FIozcy a...

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. — 10 December 1910

,su Hiitoritil gatlt- J Hi volume xxvmi. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 10, 1910. NUMBER 4. Si Your Bank and Your Business Are alike in this respect: Success depends on satisfactory service. It ia the well served customer who brings his friends to share in his satisfaction, and so business is built up. This bank has been built up largely by giving customers kindly and intelligent ser vice, by manifesting genuine interest in indi vidual accounts and individual success. Call and see us whenever we can serve you. I I Citizens' State Bank Hays City, Kansas. fej 3 The King boys of the north Saiine country were transacting business in town Saturday, bavins been bu9y with their threshing machine for some time In that neighborhool turning cut cane and kaffir corn for feed and seed. The K. C. Journal, nnno'inces that State Auditor N-ttion. in his reccomo- dations to the Legislature, cut the ap propriation asked by President HiM for the Emporia State Normal fro-n $681 thousand to $356 0...

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. — 10 December 1910

Hayo City Free Press. HAYS CITY. KAN 3. TILLING THE SOIL IN AFRICA Agricultural Operation Ar Carried on Extensively In All Parts of Country. Extensive agricultural operations are carried on In all parts of Africa. "In the Zambesi valley," Livingstone said, "It was no uncommon sight to Bee men, women and children hard at work in the field, with the baby lying close by beneath a shady bush." He found the people in this section rais ing large crops of sorghum, millet, beans and ground nuts. They also had patches of yams, rice, pumpkins, cucumbers, cassava, sweet potatoes, tobacco and hemp. Maize was grown the year round. Cotton was generally cultivated. Three varieties were ob served, two foreign and one native. Every family of any importance had a cotton patch carefully cultivated. Bishop Mackenzie came into this sec tion of the continent as a fellow mis sionary of Livingstone. When the good bishop beheld how well the fields of the' Manganja were culti vated, he remarked. "When tellin...

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. — 10 December 1910

Youn for uni formity. Yoars for great est leavening power. Yoon for failing results. Years for parity. Yoars for economy. Yoars for every thing that goes to make up a strictly high grade, ever dependable baking powder. That is Calumet Try it once and note the im provement in yoar bak ing. See how much more economical over the high- priced trust brands; how much better than the cheap and big-can kinds. Calumet is highest in quality moderate in cost. Received Highest Award- World's Pure Food Exposition. For men whose time is valuable KNOWN THE WORLD OVER There can be no bending In wor ship without stooping In service. SPOIIX'S DISTEMPER CURE will cure unv possible case of DISTEMPER, PINK EYE, and the like among horses of all ages, and prevents all others in the same stable from having the disease. Also cures chicken cholera, and dog distemper. Any good druggist can supply j-ou, or send to mfrs. 60 cents and $1.00 a bottle. Agents wanted. Free book. Spohn Medical Co., Spec. Contagious ...

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. — 10 December 1910

Fris.iJl;' Cr.'.'.o'-'-r le (at tto (i,ri.:cn I r the is r.lv.;y3 v.ttou ernpts to siu In pujllc. :, , ,. ill j ! 'be Well, l'n uol .snrriHed. She ; heard herseli' biloia. lit, fir.:.:;-, airy u'li.iir tl;i. W. -o'iii Yf ... -,h:K J.; :ny av!at!oi. :tun:e: ri:y ;;-: 'jp fccn. you iw, Net F:c!::d. Michael McCa.-.lo' v.' a 3 :u'ng ih ift Packing company in a Kansas y cent. oolop-d witi:c-s3 w?.3 called. "Did :i work at tbe plant?" he was red. .Ya.-sir." !'Do you know lbe forer-an and tho '.er officials?" ,'Yarsir." What were your relations with m?" 'Nc-.v, look hero," F';!d tbe witness, '-a - Mac!: and t'.vy'z white. They Vt no roiatior.3 of miut."r-Cleve- 1 "Lender. Beginning Dec. lOfch, I I I I. . I Ill' ' ' " - ' ' i'uesday9 Thursday and ATURDAY Gents rmmBi hzm EVf5, caiSs hey are very besi.. U ike scc(:: cu'Si. be J' .J..r 1 -. GrsatM Wealtli for ;:lae State, el liaiisas By huikHnj, it -5 lines through lnndi ihn worth less than S5 jv.t r.vr t!;? 17;.- . IVictfjo :ir::::ot'! h:.-. ...

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. — 17 December 1910

' ISM M I V j J UL Mil J I It MM1 VOLUME XXVHII. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 17, 1910. NUMBER 5 Your Bank and Your Business Are alike in this respect: Success depends on satisfactory service. It ia the well served customer who brings his friends to share in his satisfaction, and so business is built up. This bank has been built up largely by giving customers kindly and intelligent ser vice, by manifesting genuine interest in indi vidual accounts and individual success. Call and see us whenever we can serve you. Citizens' State lank i Hays City, "jsJt fSs? Kansas. 3fe Phil Jacobs is adding another room and new porches to hid residence on north Chestnut street. The foundation ia done and the brick work of the basement is being laid this week of the new Library building. Mr. A Mrs. H. D. Wood, formerly Hiss Cora Miller, of Gooding, Idaho, are here on a visit to Mrs. Hollenbeck. Quite a number of our ladies went to Ellis on Tuesday evening to eee how the Merchants Carnival was ...

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. — 17 December 1910

Haya City Free Press. Designs in Velveteen A DIFFERENCE. MAY! CITY, i KAN. ni AGE AND HUMAN USEFULNESS. ! At what age are men at their best? The pessimistic theory attributed tc Doctor Osier, which be alterward re pudiated, that the golden age la thir ty-flve or thereabouts, that it is fol lowed inevitably by waning powers, and that there should be provision for chloroforming all who threaten to sur ' vlve the age of sixty, has never had many serious adherents, says the Mil waukee Evening Wisconsin. It is gen erally conceded that thirty-five is rather the beginning than the end of the prime of life, and that the vig orous human Individual who lives sanely and cheerfully may do more In some important fields of activity after he has acquired the ripe judg ment that comes with experience than In the heyday of the thirties and for ties. Dr. T. M. Crothers of Hartford, Conn., has come forward with a dec laration that Is quite as interesting as the one Doctor Osier disowned, and ; that ou...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
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