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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 17 December 1910

GUnEOTATBQHJ 1 I irould rather preserve the health if a nation than be lta ruler." MtS YOX. Thousands of people who are suffering with colds are about today. Tomorrow they may be prostrated with penumonia. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound ' of cure. Get a 25 cent bottle of Mun yon's Cold Cure at the nearest drug etor. This bottle may be conveniently carried in the vest pocket. If you are not satisfied with the effects of the rem edr, send us your empty bottle and we will refund your money. Munyon's Cold Cure will speedily break up all forms of colds and prevent jrrippe and pneumonia. It checks discharges of the nose and eyes, stops sneezing, allays inflammation and fever, and tones tip the system. If you need Medirnl Advice, write to Munyon'a Doctors. They will carefully diagnose your case and advise you by mail, ahoolutely free. Prof. Munyon. 53d and Jefferson streets, Philadelphia, Ta. JJEW. KIND -OF. APPLE PIE Use of Molasses as Sweetening Makes Delicious Desert Nice Hot c...

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. — 17 December 1910

Commissioner's Proceedings. Kays Ciy. Kansas, Nov. 11, 1910. The Board of County Commission -era, and the County Clerk of Ellis County, Kansas, met this day and date at 9:30 a. m., In compliance with paragraph No. 2587 Geneial Sta tutes of 1901 for the purpose of can vassing the returns of the election held on Nov. 8, 1910. The meeting called to order by Chairman Zeigler. All members preseent. The board proceeded to canvass the returns mad from the various precincts and re corded the resulst in book "A" Ab stract of votes' wbJcn constitutes a part of the proceedings oi this board. The following persons having receiv ed a maojrity of the votes cast tor the various county offices are hereby declared duly elected. Miles II. Mulroy, Representative. 1. V. Gottschalk, County Clerk. Philip Jacobs-, County Treasurer. Andrew Miller, Sheriff. Alexander Schueler, Jr., Register of Deeds. -Jacob Biisslng, Probate Judge. John J. Dreiiinng, Clerk of District Court. Anthony Kuhn, County Superinten ...

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. — 24 December 1910

(TtTnTTTT y r.sj JUL J L 11 i I I Tl T VOLUME XXVIIJI. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 24, 1910. NUMBER 6. i J t J l 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 Hays City, Kansas. Jt And this Sunday is Christmas, 1910. And New Years but a week off. Have you remembered your printer by pay ing him a dollar on your subscription? If not he would feel grateful to re ceive it The Garden city is fltill hankering after a southwestern Kansas Normal school and their conference decided to go after it if the Legislature lets down the bars on the Stubbs- -Nation re ductions on appropriations. Th...

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. — 24 December 1910

Hays City Free Press. HAYS CITY. KANS. WORLD GROWING BETTER. Every Issue of a newspaper which tries to record the most Important events of the day seems to be on Its face an Indictment of the human rare and modern civilization. Stories of greed, oppression, wrongs and crime often take up most of the rpace in its columns The effect upon the reader is sometimes to make him think, for the moment at least, that the world is growing more hard and cruel, and that society, as it is constituted, is a failure. - But such a view is all wrong, and the thoughtful reader soon real izes it. The world is growing better all the time, and humanity is steadily advancing from one plane of life to another. The reason there seems more wickedness is that the people of the earth are in closer communication with one another than they were only a few years ago. says the Cleveland leader. Crimes which once remained unknown to all but a comparatively few are now revealed to the entire civilized world, that It...

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. — 24 December 1910

There's an irony in nature that Is almost-Bure to -bring-those "who "pre scribe for the race around to taking their own medicine. ALL UP-TO-DATE HOUSEKEEPERS Use Red Cross Ball Blue. It makes clothes dean and sweet as when new. All grocers. The most valuable feature of suc cess is the struggle that precedes it. Many who used to rmnoke lO; ngars ow buy Lewis' Single Binder straight 6c. ! As The noblest motive good. Virgil. is the public lTHE KEYSTONE; TO HEALTH IS HOSTETTER'' STOMACH BITTERS If you are sickly and run down and very easily sub jected to Colds, Grippe or Stomach Ills you can not take a better medicine than the Bitters. Thous ands have already proven this; why not you today? Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief Permanent Cere CARTER LIVER PILLS fall. Purely able act sure but gently OB the liver. Stop after 3ITTLE IV ER PILLS. dinner cure indi gestion improve tHe complexion briffhlea . the .eye. Small PilL Small Date, Small Pric, Genuine mu.iW Signature W tall you ...

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. — 24 December 1910

v.-r - He Knew. Teacher What hz-ins when an ir resistible force coiner in contact with an lmmotable body? Small Boy A spanking. Harper's Baxar. HOBBY FASCINATING TO MEN Philatelist Finds Large Field for His Activities Searches Farthest Corner of Earth. The discovery of a solemn man's obby softens his austerity. So there something very human and Interest ed In the convention recently held :are of the nation's philatelists seri al men brought together by the com aon fascination exercised by little bit f colored paper. Like every other nobby which in volves collecting something, the fun ii lot half so much in possession as in he eternal quest. Whole volumes of dd and beautiful Iabe!s, given as a eeelpt for postage paid, are not as in teresting as the rare and illusive speci mens which are yet to be corralled. While the small boy collector has his heaven in grandmother's garret, shear ing the old labels from long treasured epistles, the full-fledged enthusiast finds a larger field for 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. — 31 December 1910

A 0 State IT? v voiAtoE XXV ML SAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 31, 1910. NUMBER T (. y cJ ; - , .. . ' v. ' 4 i ' "'"- 25 Your Bafik and Your Business 'Are alike in this respect: Success 2c5ends on satisfactory service. It ia the well served . customer trtxo brins his friends to share in hia 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 srve you. fi Citizens' State lank Hays City, Kansas. tt tried hard to rain on Tuesday but was only & shower. Thla week- the sewer ditcher ba9 been dlgginer in th northwest part of own. The City Council have their regular monthly meeting next Thursday eve. Charlie Keagy of Beloit had a caae in the court here on Thursday. The County CommissUoners meet oh Monday to close up the business of the past year Pfoeori & Chicken wanrd We want to buy. A...

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. — 31 December 1910

Hays CIty; Free Pre?s3. HAYS CITY. KAN 3. .-HSALTH" AND LONQ LIFE. "All men think all men morta1 bat themselves, yet all men are con stantly seeking the sources of health and means of prolonging their lives, ind nothing Interests the average man more than to read the statements Df persons who have attained great iges, and their version of the means which enabled them to prolong their lives. We have many of these. Moltke, when asked In his ninetieth year how he had maintained his health and activity, answered: "By rreat moderation In all things, and by regular outdoor exercise." Crispl said that "regularity and abstinence are the secret of long life." Sydney Cooper also believed in regularity. Le gouve attributed his long life to regu lar exercise, says the Washington Herald. An American nonagenarian, Hon. Neal Dow. of Maine, laid stress an the careful avoidance of fretting or disturbance of the digestive or gans, and of exposure to sudden or protracted cold, with insufficient pro te...

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. — 31 December 1910

4 t SMALL LOSS, GREAT GAIN. For Lorn J have loved and lost. jacK wen, aont complain; yon i iaven't a mother-in-law on your hands. . ! Jack Well, don't complain: What Impressed Him. W. II. Child, president of the Yel lowstone Park association, went to Europe two or three years ago and i had for a companion a man Interested J In the hotel business. They traveled I over Europe, Investigating hotel and j commissary problems to some extent, ; and finally arrived in Rome. They I went into St. Peter's and stood be- I neath the dome. "Well," said Child, "here It is. Here's the dome." The hotel man took one look forward. Then he turned to Child and asked: "How : much did that man in London sav ha ' wanted for them hams?" I Civilization. Missionary You claim to be civ ilized, and yet I find you torturing your captives. Native; Pardon, but we do not call this torturing now.- We are merely hazing him. . : i .. Quite Different. "Do you Always do a little more i than Is expected of you?" "No, my ...

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. — 31 December 1910

geme?!s cf 3:oy:? One !r.t!;,r:2 ir. Prrt;-y!sr 3:.tIs'ccior Ny Vcuci.ed fcr Lxplalns Many Stories of Sailors. Pernrps tha r.n;t :i:--';!y .xp:annt!o') the freticsia cf ajcier cipa Lies in the extraonEnary effect produced a1 ea by mirages. In the Arctic sens ta particular arc to be seen marry stracs lphts proflcced by refraction. There tj at Jenst one liv tacce cm record that lo satisfactorily vouched for, and which explains many of the stories current among sailors f fty or a hundred years ago. One evening in the early 'thirties a passenger ship was approaching Port Danger, on the South African coast Euddenlr those on board were astound ed to see a we l-!tnown EnM?h 'varshlp Quite close to them. So crar was th tifilon that they were abl? to reccgnlzs acquaintances amon? the officers and crew. A boat w.13 louered from the tranger and Its crew was observed to tumble into It. Everything wag so real, so onvlcroi. that it peemed impem lble that thy co'.iKI be deceived. They recognized t...

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. — 7 January 1911

8uu suurUil tty . " .' ' - . -Vf-- - - . i VOLUME XXV Li. oaiS, F.T,T.Tfi COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 7, NUMBER 8 tut fes TTTV lioiM JLL jL I Your Bank an usiness I on Are alike in this respect: Success depends 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. 1-4 Call and see us whenever we can serve you,. vl i Citizens' State lank Hays City, 2r Otto Sch waller has returns d from hia western trip. H. A. Cowan, wife and children have gone for a months visit to his sister in Minnesota. Miss Brooks of Salina is here on a visit to her former neighbor, Mrs. Frank Stout. Cutting ice on the Station pond and packing in the ice-houses commenced this week and very pretty, clear ice. The Leflriplaiure meet next Monday in Topeka and the Senators an...

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. — 7 January 1911

9 Hays City Free Press. MAYS CITY. I t : KAN 3. COCKNEY AS A DIALECT. The efforts of the London county council to drive out the Cockney speech from the schools of thejSnglish metropolis hardly needed the opposi tion given in a book recently issued in defense of the dialect. This book, which Is, curiously eaough, the work of a man named, Mackenzie MacBride, contends that Cockney is no modern dialect, but that it possesses an ancient and hon- ' orable lineage running back nearly 1,000 years. When one born within sound of Bow Bells says "thet" for "that, "benk" for "bank," and "by lyffe" for "bailiff," he Is using no mod ern corruption of the English lan guage, but the pronunciation of those words which has obtained not only In London, but In Kent and Surrey for hundreds of years. Moreover, in an cient times, the words were spelled as the Cockney now sounds them. So. too, are "abaht" and "ahtside" justi fied for "about" and "outside," accord ing to Mr. MacBride. He says that many Londo...

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. — 7 January 1911

J 1 h i 4 : A i - ;T7e cannot choose our life, but we can chooss the way we shall live it. Emerson. 03PT SPOTX, TOUR CtOTHES. Use Red Cross Ball Blue and keep them White ar snow. All grocers, 5c a package. It takes more than a stinging to vocabulary to make 'a prophet. (THE KEYSTONE TO HEALTH IS HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS You will find the Bitters worthy of your confidence in cases of Poor Appetite, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Golds, Grippe and Mala ria. It has given satisfac tion for over 57 years. Try ! a Dottle ana De convinced. tS ffllrtd with Thnmn.tS C. Vl.. REMEMBER for Couchs Ti Colds Ended the Controversy. On the steeple of an old Universal lst church In Bath, Me., there is a wooden figure of an angel. It is not a remarkably fine specimen of art, and has always been somewhat laughed about, especially because of Its high healed shoes. The Bath Enquirer re calls the story that a former pastor of the North Congregational church once accosted a devoted Universalist with the questi...

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. — 7 January 1911

! 1 i HEW SCIENCE CF F"FJ Prcduetfon of Artificial CcJd Eecon fng. Important Industry Ma ohines on Big Vessels. Tire production of artificial coM has, dvricg the last IS roars, beron;? c4u!ta an important industry. Fre3z:ns ma chines" areow among the permanent requisites of civilized life. The refrigeration of perishable ar ticle! of food for transport by ship stands first on the long list of com mercial applications of the science. In the cold air freez'n rr?chines now employed on beard ships for the beard snips for tne from Australia, Ne"w ; transport of meat Zealand and America, the meat is placed in large chambers, the walls of which are double, the interspace be ing filled with wood charcoal as a now-conducting material. A let of intensely cold air is deliv ered Into the chamber at each stroke of the piston of the expansion cylin der, and the temperature of the cham ber is thus kept at or near the freez ing point during the whole voyage. Another interesting application of cooli...

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. — 14 January 1911

SUt Historical Society I "T T7.".TS i VOLUME XXVTHL HAYS. ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 14, t NUMBER 9 1L ). 4 1 Y. 5 : 4 Your Bank and Your Business Are alike in this respect 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 Hays City, Ccunty Printing 1911 Again have the County Commission era honored this paper by giving na the County Printing by a unanimous vote ordered that their proceedings, the tax notices and all the legal noti ces of the coantv officers shall be prin ted in The Free Pre as durins 1011, for which they will accept the thanks of cur many readers and we will again try and give their notices a wide publicity in the county. White some say we are ...

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. — 14 January 1911

Hays City Free Press. HAYS CITY. KAN 8. -tr,', -vtomobile driving is to "be elir-'nated. And now will not the Pullman com pany reduce the porter's tips? Don't mind the pessimistic weather prophet's prediction of a long winter. Flat-wheeled trolley cars and all auto horns are to be regulated in New York. The center of population, unlike ssoet of the sons of Indiana, remains i that state. The United States army wants aero planes. They will probably be manned by the flying divisions. Winter may be trying to keep it up until March. It began early and it has been cold throughout. Slam Is to have an aviation week, and so the march of up-to-date civili sation goes or rather flies merrily on. The new census of Berlin and its suburbs shows a population of 3,400, 000. It Is camping on New York's trail. Orerstudy killed a promising youth In Baltimore, but there is no danger of this malady ever becoming an epi demic A German has invented a noiseless telephone booth. A noiseless tele phone party...

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. — 14 January 1911

i rnuiti'iii Sf-EllOf Bad Csss c! Catarrh snd Other Complications. Fully Rs ' stored by Peruna. Mr. Chas.Ia Bauer, Grand Scribe, Grand E ncampment L O. O. F of Texas, writes from San An tonio, Texas: "Nearly two years ago I accepted a position as secretary and treasurer of Tone of the leading dry goods estab lishments o f Galveston, Texas. The u d d n change from a high and dry Mr. Chas. L. Sauer. altitude to tea level proved too much for me and I became afflicted with ca tarrh and cold in the head, and general debility to such an extent as to almost Incapacitate me for attending to my duties. . "I was induced to try Peruna, and after taking several bottles in small doses I am pleased to say I was entire ly restored to my former normal condi tion and have ever since recommended the us of Peruna to my friends." Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1911. - "I have used your valuable Cascarets end I find them perfect. Couldn't do without them. I have used them for some time ...

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. — 14 January 1911

Two Ways. t One man sees a raccoon or squirrel elose at hand, and is greatly interested la Its wild beauty and pleasing inde pendence. Another man s' s it, and mourns for his gun that he migtu kill It. out of pure love of slaughter. Its Innocence and love of life mean noth ing to him. One enjoys the brother hood of all life great and small; the other would shed sorrow and trouble n the innocent. Farm Journal. Nothing Is Perfact. Robert Henri, the noted Dcrtrait painter, painted the portrait of a young New YorK matron wnose race was slightly scarred irom an auto mobile accident. I feel dreadfully about this scar," tht young woman said. 'Why, it s nothing, said the paint "Nevertheless, I loathe it." she de clared. "On account of it I hesitated a, Iocs; time about getting my portrait fiona." Mr. Henri smiled. ."A scar like that would never show la a portrait," said he. "A scar, be tide. he added, "should never deter ftny one from posing. Even the Venus dft Milo. you know, is chipi ed."...

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. — 21 January 1911

State Blslrrictl Cecity WEE rr r ' VOLUME XXVIDL HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 21, raft.' NUMBER 10 TT r-T T- JjL jjl Your Bank and our 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 ft Haya City, -&2t s2t J SI. KlCm'S EPISCOPAL OSSCfl IX BAYS the mat kkmul' The new St. Michael's church, the Treat Memorial, was consecrated on Thursday, Jan. 12t5 bv the Rieht Rev Sheldon M. Griswold, D. D the Bish op of Salina. There was a celebration of the Holy Eacariat at 7 a.m. and at 10 o'clock the service of consecration took place. The Bishop and rlery en tered the church by the main door, Rev L. B. Holsaprl pries...

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. — 21 January 1911

Hays City Free Press. Two Bodice EXCELLENT BARN FOR WORKING FARM : ANIMALS oriors and JDoilars HAYS CITY. s KAN 3. CURE FOR -HIGH BROWS." The term "high brow" Is a bit ot modern slang typifying one whose head is Inflated with air or ignorance Instead of knowledge. It should not be applied to any one with real learn ing. Among the leading high brows of the town are those persons who think they think and who invariably choose the most abstruse subjects science, religion, the drama, state craft for their mental paroxysms, says the New York Herald. No high brow has ever been known to brood over or lecture on or write books about "Roller Skating as a Career." "The Evolution of the Clothes Wringer,- or "Bringing Home the Cows." The organ1 which they call a mind leads them np from such familiar fields to the cloudy regions of intel lectual Inebriety where fads and "isms" complete the destruction of their wits. It is, of course, impossi ble to check the course of thought, or what passes for...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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