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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 1 April 1911

'-fiii'tt Hifltcflcal Saeittj M : W fcs 1 1 i il V If v IN m ! PN JLL volume xxvnn. HAYS, ELLIS COUIITY, KANSAS, APRIL 1, 1911. NUMBER 20 f ! 1 11 i 1 i .1 I A T4S I v Fs) i iar j$ani i and tl Yoor B iismess 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. Call and see us whenever we can serve you. . Citizens' State lank Hays City, Kansas. 1 I The Methodist Conference The Conference is over, the people have gone home, the banting taken down and Hays has settled down to its old work sad oar city did nobly and at the farewell addresses Sonday night the Bishop and others highly compli mented oar city and citizens for the royal reception and entertainment giv en them while among us. Their ...

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. — 1 April 1911

Kays City Free Press. HAYS CITY, KAN3. CIVIC CONSCIOUSNESS. A New York lecturer In a recent ad drew undertook to demonstrate teat some of the practices ofimmigrant3 In this country, which are trouble Eon:e to the authorities, -have their or igin In the best intentions and may be easily corrected when the require ments of the American environments are made clear to the new arrivals. To illustrate his point he told an in teresting story. A certain ' immigrant another of numerous offspring was Beveral times haled to court and fined lor hurling her ashes Into the city Street on which she lived, says the Milwaukee Evening Wisconsin. With philosophic submission to arbitrary governmental tyranny she paid her fines and went her way. Finally, a charitable person, explained to her, in her own tongue why she should not throw her ashes into the street. It then appeared that in the little Polish village whence she came she and her neighbors had been requested by a local authority to throw their ...

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. — 1 April 1911

m JUST THE DIFFERENCE. - "Which do you prefer life in the country or in the city?" "I'm not - sure. It depends on whether I' am in a mood to be attack ed by a, cow or a motor car. Why Maria Laughed. Hiram paused at the door and hold ing up a steel trap, said: "Mariar, when .you see this trap Egaln it will have a skunk in It."" Fifteen minutes later he reappeared. "Mariar," he yelled, "you come here ind loosen me out of this all-fired trap." And then he got mad at "Mariar" because she laughed. Rheumatism Advice Gives Prominent Doctor's Best Prescription Is Easily Mixed. "Get one ounce of syrup of Sarsapa rilla compound and one ounce of Toris compound. Then get half a pint of goc-a whisky and put the other two ingredi ents into it. Take a tablespoonful of this mixture before each meal and at bed time. Shake the bottle before us ing." This is not new in this city aa many of the worse cases of rheumatism and back-ache have been cured by it. Good results come the first day. Any druggist ...

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. — 1 April 1911

i f 1! ii Ii I if- 0 - .. - -- - "n,"""yvw:. . , ... .j... m Unparalleled Meopj 49,491,000 TEAVEL; SOT ALIFB LOST Harriinan lines' Passenger Report for 1910 Stows-Yic tory ox Salfcty Bailees, j ACCIDENTS CBT 20 THIBB. Union Pacific Casualties P?op to One-Fifth; S&ekei Scalping T Bedncod The Harriman. riivrz3 hnes amM JO iej cent f the estimated: passenaer traffic Cl'th United. Siates, ttr 49.491,000 -pgcpie, without;-fatal accident. 5x anyot tfcVnunv tejr. T5di rcs'uU Is .picrrtyd.lo tfre lastlta ttoa it safety devices aal is.- believed) tofciva no parallel In-the railjoe.2 world. The .rex art. cihttiining.thfs !at, 'justo lies fceen -compiled in the rQics of Juliqs Kruit chnitt, dlr&etor c" .mrJntcr. mco. scd opera tion oh the sratcsr, Ircixi'is- tbo Southern BaeCac and. Valca-zzi2i ral.'roads. a tstai of 17.P60 miles. Th total number of. jOEsrs ccrrld oa . n-a Tnilotesls. .vri 3.0CO,(XK. 'The "flrures" -of the country'r. rsJIrcads for 1910 have not yet been coi.ipi:e: by 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. — 8 April 1911

st.ttt Hieterleal Eecitty TED !0 ITCT U1 WT volume xxvmi. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 8, 19LL NUMBER 21 il i n i i rvi j J -lxik.il to) i J-LLLJ gf y f ami an usiness j Yoisr B J. Your B II 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. Call and see us whenever we can serve you. Citizens' State Mank f 'I 41 Hays City, Old frienda here were glad to greet I. M. Yost and Tom Teunent here thi3 week. A special meeting of the Yocemento Cement Co was held at the p'ant on Wednesday. Remember that next Friday, the 14h is the annual school meetintr all over the state. A Treasurer to elect. The new Congress met thi3 wek and while there is a Republican President, the Senate is Republic nbo...

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. — 8 April 1911

Hays City Free Press. HAYS CITY. KAN3. SPRAYING WILL MAKE KANSAS ORCHARDS PRODUCE MORE AND BETTER FRUIT SELF-DENIALS IN EDUCATION. Speaking of tbe driveling life a youth must undergo these days and. the many influences that war with clean life, clean thoughts and fine aspirations, Cornelia A. P. Conner, in "A Letter to the Rising Generation," In the Atlantic, says: "I don't ap prove," your fathers and mothers say anxiously, "but I hate to keep Tom and Mary at home when all the other children are allowed to go." These parents are conscientious and ener getic in looking after Tom's teeth and eyes, and Mary's hair, tonsils and na sal passage, but seem utterly uncon scious that mental rickets and curva ture of the soul are far more deform ing than crooked teeth and adenoids. If these children were protected from a vicious environment and educated Into habits of a pure, clean, sensible life, there would need be much less anxiety concerning crooked teeth and nasal passages, says the Ohio ...

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. — 8 April 1911

1: Traveling by Wheelbarrow. 1 must hasten on to Ping-Ylng. This trip of 45 miles was to be under taken, to our huge delight, in -wheelbarrows, but in two days, with a Chi nese inn for the night. Bishop Scott and I were on one barrow, Lanchester followed on the second, the luggage In a third. We did it luxuriously, with three men to each barrow one in front, one behind on the handles, and a third with a rope in front of all. "Are there springs to the barrow? Certainly not; it would be no fun If there were. Bumps? Of course. On the first day we calculated we had 25, 000 of them; the best were caused by. drops of six inches or more from one stone to another. I got quite used to them, and found I could sleep stretched luxuriously on my mat tress." Biahop Montgomery in Mis sion Field. A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO. Twenty-four Carloads Purchased for Lewis' Single Binder Cigar Factory. What is probably the biggest lot of all fancy grade tobacco held by any factory in the United States has just...

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. — 8 April 1911

i i .'.! -I : i I I V if i ' .13" i Am Un paralleled 3 49,491,000 TBAYELj EOT! A MM X0S2 Harriman lanes' za.&i$Z2 Export for 1914) Siicws Yie tory of S.2iety Besiees, ACCH)2iXS OUT TO Union P&clflc Casualties B?g? to One-Fifth; Kctet Scalping Ta -Bed u cod The Harrtejaii. znraJ thaw earned 10 pel osnt the estimated' JSIO'iiaseenger traffic o:tfe United tau. or- ?.4Sl.O0O-p5cj2e, without, fatal fcccldant. .-tcv eny o2 thVnura fcejr. Th!i result la .gcri!;?::.to tbeiastaB lioa f catety i&i :ce3 ai.d !? believe yv tio fcerelUI Jn-the reilroLiJ v.orld. The .report, ctoininff th!a laA, Juet ha bea compiled la the cCUcs of JuUqs Krutl echiAH, direalor cf .xrtintcuar.cA cp opera tion oh the BysJeTE. IncJjidJir the Southern Ha-cf3e an$ Uoion-Pac! railroads. & total Of 17,900 miles. The totiV number of -i-instrs csxrfsS on l r TnilcT 1xl&i& vtls O.00O.0CO. -The "figures' of the cotur!y's -iJlrcada for 1010 have rot yet been compi'etl by the govern ment; but In 009 the...

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. — 8 April 1911

; i Aietn L ents. Aietnuseian sioreu um uuuiuo; qualified endorsement. Xo othermed- J then add one cupful oX strained canned .Vino Ka. tarm .uary 1 -1909. . A tov-" Free Press Supplement, April 8. 1911 Read opposite pajje of rMp-nr win nnnrv blesixxmiula or fiour and let Drown, r h & Treasurer Final Notice. Notiea it hereby gives that the fol lowing described tracts of laad and town leta situated in the County ef Ellis and State of Kansas, and which were sel4 en the 1st day of September, 1908, will be on the 5th day of Septem ber, J 811, conveyed to the purchaser unless the same shall be redeemed ac cording U the law before that date. The amount set opposite each tract of laad and town lot includes the amount of taxes, interest and costs calculated to the last day of payment tie: Rays Original C. Schwailer, lot 10 in block S 7 23 Josephine Tard. lot 12 in block 8 S 78 Mrs. A. D. Gotcbius. lots south 25 .eet Of 82, 34, 36, block 7 9 is Thomas Lerlck. 1st 5 blcca 12 13 07 Geo. McC...

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. — 8 April 1911

pj-g PrCSS Supplement, April 8. 1911 Read opposite page J tratlon would prove a boon In larg ! families where , innumerable slices c ibread disappear at every meal. I Ftsoirants there are mor Sale begins at 1 0 a.m. with a FREE LUNCH at noon As I am going to retire from farming I will sell at public sale - on Tuesday, April 1 1th at my farm just north of Yocemento 1 r ... 1-2 mile nor of-Yocemento, 8 miles east of Ellis, 7 miles west of Hays, the following 25 heackmates & mules, cattle, hogs, chickens, machinery 3 1 spaa black mule?, 4 years, old. . ' 1 span ' bay mules, 4 44 - " .- i span brown and sorrel, " - ? ,i'span black mules, 3 years old, . -: , mJ 1 span bay. mules, 3 -. " . . Six head of 1 mules, coming two years old, weight about 2300 lbs, broke to work weigh about 2200 ditto 44 2000 ditto . " 2250 ditto 2100 ditto gentle and halter broke .1 span bay mares: weight , 2400 lbs, . , , beavy in foal 1 span gray mares, " 2350 6 & 7 years old 1 span bay : mares, 44 - 24...

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. — 15 April 1911

- - - - - " - y - r r i ! i l Hi VOLUME XXVHIL HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY. KANSAS, APRIL 15, 1911. NUMBER 22 JL In 1 i Ha -4 ' - ' 4syj- g J Your Bank and - A-low a iisiness 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. Call and see us whenever we can serve you. ens Hays City, THE FREE PRESS NEW OFFICE This week Jim Bark and a number of the old Free Press crowd began the erection of an office for their Old Re liable Paper on the lot on South Chest nut street opposite our present office. It will be 20 by 50, with back building, 12 foot ceiling, entirely fireproof with iron covering inside and outside, city water and electric light. Harry Freese ye main-aa business manager ana "ce old man and...

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. — 15 April 1911

Hays City Free Press. HAYS CITY. I 8 S KAN 3. POLITENESS. The decay of French politeness has become a subject for passing concern on the part of the French themselves. It has been frequently remarked by visitors to , France, who have alleged a change In French manners within the period of their recollection,, says the Charleston News and Courier. The same phenomenon Is something al leged of the weather in New Eng land. Scientific meteorologists pooh pooh this. They declare it to be all out of the question for climate to be materially affected except by imper ceptible processes requiring ages to Bhow results. So as to politeness in France; some contend that the change is more apparent than real. Most of those taking part in the con troversy insist or admit it to be a fact. These urge that the causes be Identified and correctives applied. There Is a disposition, of course, to attribute it to women, "especially ele gant women whose ill-manners have no limit," as one expert submits. Is ...

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. — 15 April 1911

IN THE VERNACULAR. TRAIN LOAD AFTER TRAIN LOAD OF . SETTLERS Li Miss Bradford's Hollyhocks l" ra f3 n?3 LiXi Lj3 L3 fir l "A trial package of Munyon's Paw Paw P:ll3 will be sent free 'to anyone on re- , Vt. Address Professor Munyon, 53d & Jeflerson Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. If you are " need of medical advice, do not fail to nte Professor Munyon. Your communi cation will be treated in strict confidence, and jour case will be diagnosed as care ful.. as though you had a personal inter view. . Sr-jnyon's Paw Paw Pills are unlike all other laxatives or cathartics. They coax the liver into activity by gentle methods. They do not scour, they do not gripe, they do not weaken, but they start all the secretions of the liver ana stomach in a way that soon puts these organs in a healthy condition and corrects constipation. In my opinion constipation is ' responsible for most ail ments. There are 26 feet of human bowels, which is really a sewer pipe. When this pipe becomes clogged the whole s...

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. — 15 April 1911

OMHNG LAYS nurs April 20th j.M!y Might Under "A &H TNT Lewis Great Oarksj i Western Shaw 50 Psople Presenting The battle up ryery fvit nca IP piece Orchestra. 15! HDItS CLOB HEETIN S. :'t trt- l.ofor- hi Mrs. Art Noblt prVrarr(; Current Eventp. work nd Rebults" . article.- . Mrp. Qacition Box, aT.ti ouAc-ru to tor 7 iner one b Kre. ; Unmf . i A turrui.t raaxfiiire article tead j '. , Mrs. Noble j EficeU!-eua lio.incB8. j Dcreo4i(-jchtioiu AmCTtfday Tlftrrnoon Glub : PROGRAM April. 15. A-- u Mrs. I Wann j Vvnai' Mrs Hollenbeck! ... lHtrpiea, , ... rLiouajt, L tt ruture id Wu-ic Mm Nti-wMger Wnmn nrlland - Quel WeJ bctmi.Kk itl Li-r Ckej-c . Mr Cffir-irTharr , . 1 ealer-- id IC i 'ivif i xii; Auto Livery ' 1 Tile t.e&c "ii.-ut event in oar city is f tH? Pud. Tck H'd Forom cnntept -.. F Ma s-.i S.o-.!;, April 21et ; 'f-i f '.l he JJifch 2?cbo ! n i i,ifr .- ,s ft 2'' utenfJi or j t. K n-i-i Tn- Ka4li Wa ; -r y p f.-r- i r rr t ff-p.it- i k :tt ir s d ; S nuki'V u in 'j to Kin- ...

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. — 22 April 1911

luts KlsUrif si easily i : -J A: - A V0LUI3 2XVBIL HAYa ELLIS COUIJTY EANHAa APRIL "J 1S11. NU2IBER 23 J'. f Your Basil and - mi 1 " a Iff Ml 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 eo 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 .itizeao is Hays Ci(y9 l&Q ACHE? EYES. PAI1I? If you have any of the above symp toms consult at first , before wasting money on cheap remedies and magic cores. Over 90 per cent of Headache's and Head troubles are caused by abnormal eyes. The proper fitting tf glasses will put an end to the strain imposed upon the eyes and thereby stop the ache.. H. C. ScKultz & Sn Eye Specialists HAYS Kansas Jl J8 Jl Work Wanted By men. By meu and teams. Farm or town...

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. — 22 April 1911

Hays City Free Press GOOD SEED CORN IS VERY SCARCE THE WESTERN PART OF KANSAS THIS YEAR JUresses. JUST THE WAY. Ifl OBEDIENCE TO ORDERS KAYS CITY, KAN a. Home - ELIMINATING SPACE. Of devices for the elimination of space there Is no end. There can be none, until the people sop progress ions. Occasionally a' project Is pro posed of more than usual daring- The particular prize for which the com mercial world is now striving is the trade of South America, says the Cleveland Plain Dealer. North Amer ica and Europe each -want the bulk of it. The natural advantage which this continent possesses has so far been more than balanced by Euro pean aggressiveness. And now iuu rone nronosea to cut in two the time distance that separates her from the object of her commercial longing. It is figured that five days are long enough to transport European goods to South American consumers. To KtahHRh such n. schedule involves en- ! gineering and financial difficulties which may, of course, finally prove ...

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. — 22 April 1911

As -V filS tfiVOCATiQrj A SUCCESS Actor Final! Got the Gas Man Awak ened and Attending to Hi Duties. , "Tears ago," says Guy Bates Post, the"' actor, "I appeared in an amateur performance of a play that had a dis tinct religious flavor. The leading play er had studied for the ministry and had a deep and sonorous voice. In one of the scenes the lights were sup posed to be turned down and a'raglng storm simulated. The accompanying lines were: " 'Oh, Lord, deliver us from the pow ers of darkness.' "The leading man spoke the lines, but darkness didn't follow. He spoke them again, and still the stage was distressingly light. Finally he roared: " 'Oh, Lord, deliver us from the pow er of darkness, and also give that fool gas man sense enough to turn down the lights. "The gas lights went down and the audience roared." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. ' Baby Teethes on the Table. "We are called upon to repair all kinds of damages," a furniture dealer the other day said: "But the most puzzling ...

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. — 22 April 1911

t 3 60 YEAHSt EXPERIENCE . 1 ! " TRADE MlB Designs . ' r COVRISHT &G. Aarone sending aketn and J?!"1 . - IT IT-J-rt . i rT Amnion free wbuer tta ttorm strictly eoTifldentfaL B A&3euJ rJycflaen't sent tree. ow fnc',al:1r(rvr : Ftt taken tbroueh Mann & Co. receiTS ; tsrai Adttc. wtttaoai charUn the i IJIiil SCo new Tort au arc repftttulli? itftiteD' to rail at .our siUzz tfjc parpasir zxmiimas sampled ants taiiria" priced of n grataS Calling Carfc, tovB iiic bzst, $tpU$ tU latest "sn5 griceg tfj Iciest -Ol &V2b Fresh ?oivs for Sale I off" for pp' a my tim on ppp-tkr-17.XT. 14. R 10 ?nOwt rf the Bcpprvelfor sr p frfgb ard cerrnrp; frith pcrd irilrh rotf. Corf pee rue. John Seitz. Hays P. O. We have 4C0 STONE POSTS for sale. Schlyer-& Arnho'd Tonic of sll Mrds. Wsrts and Moles Tfircxfd st the South Side Fsrhrr Fhrr . Ti e bfst J JS7FE irrry buy. The errifen Jfhr. Deere List riF at chhrr& - A jt hold's 6FCEN VtCFK rd wil' ? y )' m 'p r ;',r.5-t r. i Vv - ' John Cr...

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. — 29 April 1911

2UU Historical Society. I 7 .1 volume xxvmi. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 29, 191L NUMBER 24 Hi ;K Mi M,K;JUUA 11 iLllJAbjJ 7 TT& 1 DEM 4g GI1T on an iismess 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? I Call and see us whenever we can ierve Citizens' Stale Ban! you. Haya City,' Kansas. 2t i3t e3i 3Ss- SujTijner -Tourist Pound-pP faes to the Pacific Coast x$5o From Missouri River gate ways to California and North Pacific Coast Points - - - - From Missouri River gate . ways to California one way via North Pacific Coast Points " ------- Tickets on sale Jnne 5 and 6, Jane 10 to 22, ia claaivp, and June 27 to inclusive. Final limit September July 5, return 15 65 Tickets on Ha...

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. — 29 April 1911

Hays City Free Press MAYS CITY. KANS. COLLEGE MEN WHQFAIL. In. every college there Is a class of never-do-wells, generally composed of the sons of the rich. They go to col lege for the life there, to take part in Eocial festivities, etc., and they care very little about study College is to them merely an excuse for persuading their parents to permit them to spend four years in riotous laziness. At some colleges there are special cours es, "easy courses," for such pupils. The college is not to be blamed for the Inherent weakness of those men, although blame does attach to them for permitting students to waste their opportunities and their time. The smaller colleges are much more care ful of the morals of those in attend ance than are the great universities, where students are supposed to have reached the age of discretion, says the Charlton News and Courier. Dis cipline In the universities is largely a question of surroundings. Professors are there to teach, not to spend their time I...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
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