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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 29 April 1911

WILL LOOK TO ' CANADA FOR WHEAT ONE REASON WHY AMERICANS ' GO TO CANADA. In the Chicago Inter-Ocean of a few 'flays Blnce reference -was made to the fact that In 1909 the United States raised 737,189,000 bushels of wheat, and last year grew only 695,443,000, a decrease of 41,746,000 bushels. The article went on to say: "True we raised last year more than enough wheat for our own needs, but it is ap parent that if production continues to decrease In that ratio we will soon be obliged to look to- other countries for wheat to supply our rapidly In creasing population." The purpose of the article was to ehow that reciprocity was to be de sired. This is a question that I do not propose to deal with, preferring to leave it to others who have made a greater study of that economic ques tion than I have. The point to be considered is, with the high price of lands in the United States, and with the much lower priced lands of Can ada, and their ability to produce prob ably more abundantly, is ...

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. — 29 April 1911

vomn s o rs - IIu. j City , Kansas, April 3rd, 1911. ) .-tit.- i.-a::. ci Conr.y CoinaiUsica r tit uio. iu iev- ar Cio.-ci! sik., : lL-e'ii:--.'i.t U!-.i.if ir sent, Jo- bt'lii vitcii-, ... Kuiiic, Is ZetS 5 icr, CUai-Uiau, LcartI v-vi:.-ty Couiis sioi.v.'.i. Pr ''. c;o."i5i hait Cc. Clerk. : --iiie-lji-fe al-li O C Ul" j Chairman, ZoVjles. I :.e ;uarlvi , lejuls .f the va. ious County ciders -'cv- ai-ver mwkI cxaii.ned r.s 10 kvs: 1. A . Gotisiha k Co. n:y C erk. .i. :.. li.-cili.ig, Oo. Jty Ir.asu er. Ji.job uic-sinv:, lJro;a e judge. J. J. DreiiiU'3 C.eik of .he Court. J. II. Simminger, Ccunty Aitcrne7 AtUrew Wilier, Siieiitf. : Superintendent, was examined and j The quarterly report of the Counay approveLai)dord--r.d pUiulisheu. I The lolowiinii accounts agaonsi I the wouniy of Sl.ia were allowed, ana i.e ccunty Cieik. instructed to dav. warian. thereof, viz, k V Gctischa-K, taJary and iosiagt u-Coumy OIrk $289.42 D.r hi. Dreiling, ia.a.-y as county i ieasuroi 04 I J. J. Drsiiiu...

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. — 6 May 1911

iate Historical Society;, Y 1 VOLUME XXVHIL HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 6. 1911. NUMBER 25 1 it XX Ji. our ank an Four usuiess 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 Bank Hays City, hode Island Red Roosters for tale. Mrs. E. F. MADDEN 11 AYS, Kansaa. . GI as window frames for - - Ie. Two large window sashes; one 7 ty 9 feet, the other 6 by 8 feet. i KAi 1 or hot house, purposes. See at m house opposite Garage. See or or phone me. N. A. VOSS Cream Separator for Sale I cffer for sale at a very low price a Cream Separator guaran teed to do good, satisfactory sep arating of cream. Sold because we have two. Write or phon...

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. — 6 May 1911

-ft t .' ;.- . "u Jf ' V t , f - V - i" if ; 'i r ' t 1 ; 4 si 1 1 ft 1 Hays City Free Press. HAYS CITY, KAN 3. PLANT TREES. If la 75 years the present supply ol .timber in this country will be exhaust ed, at the present rate of consumption ; the" admonition to plant trees becomes eloquent with meaning. There " is . great value in trees, says the Kansas City Times. The big lumber fortunes have been made in the main, not in .tmying and selling lumber, nor even in manufacturing lumber for sale, but In "buying vast tracts of timber land and holding them for the Inevitable advances in timber prices incident to the rapidly decreasing supply. Now, It would not profit any man or cor poration to buy large areas of land - that could be profitably used for agri culture, fruit growing or grazing, and set them In trees; but it would be profitable for all who own timber lands that could not be profitably used for other purposes to maintain them as permanent forests, using only the matured trees ...

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. — 6 May 1911

$3.50 RECIPE CURES WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAIN ING, SWELLING, ETC. .Stops Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys and Back. "Wouldn't it be nice-within a week or so to begin to say goodbye forever to the scalding:, dribbling:, straining', or too fre quent passage- of urine; the forehead and the back-of-the-head aches; the stitches and pains in the back; the growing mus cle weakness; spots before the eyes; yel low skin; sluggish bowels; swollen eye lids or ankles; leg cramps; unnatural short breath; sleeplessness and the de spondency? I have a recipe for these troubles that you can depend on. and if you want to make a QUICK RECOVERY, you ought to write and get a copy of it. Many a doctor 'would charge -you ?3.50 just for writing this prescription, but I have it and will be glad to send it to you entire ly free. Just drop me a line like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson. K-26S Luck Building. Detroit, Mich., and I will send it by re turn mail in a plain envelo...

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. — 6 May 1911

1r The Golden Rule of Breeding. Fashion Follows Speed. Early Speed is Natural Pedigree without Individuality is Worthless Ed Escobar No. 34402, is again in the stud at Hays City, Kansas, at MADDEN' S BARN; His terms are $20. to insure a living colt, In ESCOBAR'S Pedigree yoa find the great horse Axtel, as the Grand Sire on the Dama side, and the great ,Expediion'ras the Grandsire on the Sires side. As an individual he is a hoise ehow winner, and Jus pedigree traces to tft onreat. Hamilton 10. nine times. Mambriao Chief 5 times. Pilot Jr. two times, Amercan Star 3 times, Henry The great Brood mares represented Russell, Dolly, Pantalette, Primrose, Clara, Rodes mare, Silvertail and other famous in trotting history. - Everv colt sired bv this horse has the ri them, and i you love a good horse you I From $100.00 A few years ago a young 6 know started in business jj accumulated by saving a little as he went along. q To-day he is worth $4o,ooo,' y That FIRST $100.00 made it possible 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. — 13 May 1911

f.t JJlt? ie Society I t U U-' - PUT- A W f-r I Ui L- 'A ED J? P TP5?, VOLU2IE XXVUIL V BAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 13, 1911. NUMBER 26 lSy- r- Ysnr Bank-aes! : ; Your Basiiiess 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 -Bank Hays City, 't 32. Last Friday afternoon we printed this local: Now that "an arrest" has been zaade several dIaccb around town are being talked akout.' And that evening Marsha 1 Troth and policeman Charlie Ropp raided one of "holet" in the northwest part of town but one of the women had slipped, the other woman arrested and in jail, the keener got away but a warrant will eateb him if be comes bad...

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. — 13 May 1911

Handsome Costtsmes WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH THE BREAD -EXPLAINED BY A KAUSAS SCiE'lTlST tlays City Free Prcssj HAYS CITY. I I : KANJL A SCENTLESS NATION. The department of agriculture has recently called attention to the back wardness of this country as a produc er of the particular kind of crops that go to the making of perfumes, says the Washington Post. Swift In the development of other industries, w have been extremely neglectful of our opportunities In' this particular, since, it is claimed, we can raise In one part of the United States or another all of the plants needful for an innum erable variety of sweet odors, from ylang-ylang to attar or roses. This information doubtless is intended to serve as a timely spur to our indus trial and commercial lethargy. And yet the news fails to carry with it a.y great sense of shame. It Is difficult to assign the reason why the possi bilities thus pointed out produce little or no enthusiasm, yet such Is the case. It must be because the mak...

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. — 13 May 1911

OH, JOYr "Say, 'Ras, Eddie Jones sez he's got a real bloodhound and we want to hire you to run ahead of him for about eight miles to see if he's any good." YES! IT'S TRUE THAT THE FAMOUS HOSTEjTTER'S STOEVIACH , BITTERS is the best medicine and tonic you can take when the system is run-down when the stomach is weak when the liver and bowels are inactive when a real healthful maker is needed. TRY A BOTTLE TODAY It Always Gives Satisfaction THAT WAS THE LAST STRAW Many Women There Are Who Will Understand Just Why Long-Suffering "Worm" Turned. Several years' ago an Atchison cou pie were living happily together. The tommunity was shocked one day when the wife applied for a divorce and got iL The story of the divorce has come out. It seems that the wife went into the kitchen and "slaved" all day. She made bread, pies, cakes, cookies and pork and beans. She boiled a tongue, made a potato salad, stuffed eggs, made a custard and brown bread. When her husband came home at 6 o'clock In the ev...

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. — 13 May 1911

T f V c'jd-e:! A- IS Don't miss attending this ecle, as we ere moving t.ivuy and all will be sold at price bid. ififo ..4 : l .. . v , . . I r rr t V Tity-y V?r. r ffrr frr rV prod Mi'rh ci'wp, S,fFTT"TT o YoeTpro. )'" lfr ft irpff rt Oo flurpn too's rd iP do ' It rf hn'?rir. plow ipw r firtr? rr"Vr rp rrr yrd. VoA4fp or Horo No. 250 John Tarter. Hays. Pi$?s for sale. I effcr o ?h'p fwife 'mall pirn, old pr'Br''.' fi iriT.P riro rea- peFTNtop. trn 250. Louis Kraup. Hays . A. Rea, i t p ffrr JMorfop Pmisttirtg-Wail Papering j I am prepared to rfo all krods of papp'trf rit ppenrr and will contract to do the bet of work, fur ntah the beat of snafeHnl at reasonable rta. anrf panc- nifaetiow Sample booka fornisbe wbi 'h . contain th Terr bep miksj and patterns to wleet from. v-'. S2-tf M. J. BELT. rjv-. Kanoaa. Cream ?eparBtcr fcr Sale I offer for fpV at a very low pr:r p Crf am Feparator cruaran- f ere! to do grccl, satipfpotory sep sirtirp rf crsrr. ?o3d because w laye wo.. Write or ph...

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. — 20 May 1911

ftt Historical Society PHwTJ" 1 j'"N i n 1 fj volume xxvnn. HAYS, ELLI3 COUNTT. KANSAS. MAY 20, 191L NUMBER 27 Your Bank and J Yeiir Business J. Are alike in this respect: Success depends on satisfactory service. It Ul 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 Eerve you itizens State Hauls Kansas. Hays City, "gl 5 Miss Whipple of Abilene was gnest tbii week of Mrs. Wm. Hollenbeek Co. Attorney Gemcn and bis airier cam up from Russell Monday evening1 to ttterd the dance. Walter Werd and family with his mother haye moved to Hays and occu pying a cottage in sooth part of town. Some men and boys are going down to the Experiment station dam and catching fish illegally. Scree ore will be caught and get severely jurirbed. Prof. ...

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. — 20 May 1911

Hays City Free Press. WAYS CITY, I I t KAN. MODERN SCHOOL OF MARINERS. The old saying that there Is no loss 'without some gain is borne out by the change which has been wrought in the country's shipping. There has been much lament over the decadence of the famous Yankee seamanship, but after the passing of the clipper And whaling fleets at last has come to the high seas a new breed of Amer icans who are the equals if not the superiors of the old. The mechan ical genius of the nation has sent many young men to the steamships I or the navy and the merchant marine, says the Cleveland Leader. Ninety fper cent, of the sailor-mechanics of the United States navy are American born. Twenty years ago, the propor tion of Americans on merchant ves sels was only about 30 per cent.. In 1910 the proportion was 49 per cent., the natives heavily predominating sever the naturalized. The showing ior this year will be even better, as the movement of Americans to the sea has been steadily Increasing for...

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. — 20 May 1911

DON'T NEGLECT 'V 1 vnnn KinNEYS. cr-a - unrr as s j The dyspeptic, the debilitated, whether from excess of work of mind or body, drink or ex posure In MALARIAL REGIONS, win find Tutt's Pills the most genial restora tive ever offered the suffering Invalid. trade l few weeks completes; practical Instructions: unlimited prao tlcei tools donated ; positions guaranteed ;fixtoras furnished for shop ; reanced tuition price, wssres while lesmlns;. alplo mstmnted. Sen wane gvstsm of Barber Colleges, Tig E. Doug lass .a ra, Wichita Kao.,LU . 6th. St, Topeka, Kan, too YEARS OLD Si-Hi m--s3StSmuamammuttsmt&amimmiM O ITCHTe Fortunes are mads In patents. Pro iM I til I w tectyourideas. Our G4 page book free. fltzgerald & Co.. Box it, Wi r ashing ton, I). C A woman's idea of a brave man. is one who isn't afraid to go into a dark closet in which there may be a mouse. A Strong Preference. "She is literary, isn't she?" "Yes, indeed; she'd rather than do housework any day." read Had His Troubl...

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. — 20 May 1911

r. v A 1 1 1 13 IieacTof horses and mules od 8 A Hp use TERMS OP t-'ALE. All sums under $10 cash-. 6 rr.onths time with 8 per cent, interest with i. picvr ri ;crity en lajp r fums. 5 prr ctn disc unt for cash. Nothing to be re--rmovt d uir.il set 3:rl for as above. Dcn'z m'ss attending this sale, as we ere moving awry and all wilt be sold at price bid. -iHorisrs & nviles for Sale T hpve quite a tur.ch of them to fell ?nn- fprm sonth of the HeFPrvatim at reasonable price. Come so ihem or write cr phone Feter Johnson. Hays. Kas FLYtfGUTH FCCK FfG? FCR SFTTIKG 7 ft-r f' ' f m"Vp r If K. v. pi -- f. V rv-r r c- rpf ' TVr T , 1 . .... r r.r f , r ArKivs 1 Vr'Vo . c- ' - -j - rrr-? - ' r i ' e .1' pv f , ,V i rfr . 1 Tv.- rc .' -r-rr ,-r-:-' To If-- r"rc fmr Tt- ' r r' n f). ((Into. flio iri - --c .f' ik f7"' f cr i'l Tt W effrr frr n prnil Milrh mw. STFOFI'TFl'. rmV of Yrcrr-PT. - GARDEN WORK I (v m frPT" rd h Garden ton's and will do p!1 kipdp cf hxKrtr, n'ow rtr nr f'(n vrrV rr cW ...

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. — 27 May 1911

(3? State Historical 6oait? volume xxvmi. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 27, 191L NUMBER 2S v in VI v rqi 1 ;3 ZV - i ' N--i 1L liH J PiO) j t t f 1 fer ?t v t- Ytiur .Bank anil our Business 1 Are alike in this respect: Success depends on satisfactory service. It kt 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 interestin indi vidual accounts and individual success. iA Call and see us whenever we can serve you. l ft I Citizens' State lank Hays City, ?t -Ear Misses Ida and Bertha Solomon visi ted f riecdB in Russell on Tuesday. Prof. Potter and Christianson of El lis were looking: over echool work in Hays during Tueeday. Henry A. Goetz of Vietotia left on Tuesday with his new bride for Port land, Oregon, where be has a good situation as engineer. Special sale on Hats and oth er Millinery goods from now un til aft...

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. — 27 May 1911

:- Hays City Freo Press- PACKING FOR SAFETY :cDmnAiL HOW FRAGILE CHINA MAY BE TRANSPORTED. Hays city, i i t kantv INTELLIGENT DOGS. If one may judge by the size of the claims presented In the various coun ties for sheep killed by dogs, we are rapidly losing the best of our sheep in Kentucky, and the dogs are show ing an almost human discrimination in mutton, says the Louisville Cour ier -Jouranl. Sheep killed by dogs are valued at anywhere from 6 to $12 apiece. From this it appears that the dogs must be given to killing Cots wolds and Southdowns in full fleece. In one western Kentucky county it has been discovered that sheep are very generally listed for taxation at $4 a head. In the same county the claims allowed for bucks, ewes and lambs killed by dogs range from $8 to (12. If the assessor's report is to be believed, there must be a tremendous lot of scrub sheep in that county to pull down the average to $4 a head, and the dogs must exercise mighty good judgment in avoiding the "s...

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. — 27 May 1911

ThatTired Feeling that -is caused by impure, impoverished blood or low, run-down condition of the rystem, is burdensome and discouraging. Do not put up with it, but take Hood's Earsaparilla. which removes it as nothing else does. "I had that tired feeling, had no ap petite and no ambition to do anything. A friend advised me to take Hood's Sarsa parilla. I did so, and soon that tired feeling was gone, I had a good appetite and felt well. I believe Hood's saved me from a long illness." . Mrs. B. Johnson, Westfield, X. J. Get Hood's Sarsaparllla today. In liquid form or in tablets called Sarsatabs. Splendid Grops In Saskatchewan (Western Canada) 800 Bushels from 20 acres i " " return from a Lioyd- I season of 1910. Many fields in that as well as other districts yield ed from 25 to 35 bu I shels of wheat to the acre. Other grains in proportion. LARGE PROFITS are thus derived from the FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS of Western Canada. This excellent showing causes oiices to adTance. Land values I 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. — 27 May 1911

PIT' n ir A mv FWm Adjoining KAYS At COMMENCING with: a . ig H sold my aving f 11. sell at Public 1 Wl Faim anirrals, Machinery etc. regardless, cf price. 17 HORSES, Fri - All 23 Head - 2 full b!ccdfd Drcc So s. L-ts of HARNE5S in FARM MACHINE Chickens 1EENS Guineas. CF S'LE. lime at 7 rer cent paid fcefoie Cctcber Ut 1911 JOHN TRAVIS, Reward Offered. " Te will pay a liberal reward for in formation who poe ron tcvm rff our coal fca'es t oir coal yard rr for the return of the hfftv Isaac Zejgler and son FLYMOUTH BOCK EGGS FOR SETTING of tfiwn or t-!1 r :r TTn- ei? from rnr FVr Fred P'-month Ro?l farm r8P'', rh,kB r VH cpp's for v tttfntr of 15 Wp pe ore of tlv best flock of --5li-r,ii in hrt eor.r-iy. Little Chicks for sale. See or write ns f P"-p NV 109 MRS. FIKD VOORE In the Probate pour in r.pr! for rountT Tn 1ip Tr"ttoT- r fl-p F.tntr nf JnhnC. ADKIHS. Mo of Ellis ronntr Knnpps. JToMpp 1.0 hprpT p' n tbst 1 otior of Admn'PtTntion rvp Vrpr erar-tpd tntho nrdorpipripd. or o Vafo nf...

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 June 1911

Kiot.firieai. Society I 1 : ThTTR' I H ! p.- ri rK Ml L ILOJiJd 2.1 VX,. - - - voluhe xxvnn. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 3. 1911. NUMBER 29. if 1 Your Bank and I on usiness Success depends ft Are alike in this respect: 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. Gall and see us whenever we can serve you. Citizens' State lank Hays City, J Kansas. Si T"w I 44 I Dont think the present contest is "only Freeoe' It is a County pape of 28 years prcwth resentirg an in? ult by the Principal of a state institution. If you doubt it beinar backed by its managers, ask James Bnrk, an old tim er, big taxpayer and one of its man agers. W. S. Picken, is the Principal of the Normal school, a State Institution and is supposed TO TRY to build...

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 June 1911

Hays City Free Press HAYS CITY. KANS. Pushing a lawn mower Is the oppo site extreme from Joy riding. ' Baseball slang in Japanese must be flomet.hlng weird and appalling. Herewith approaches the joyous sea son when a man's keys rust in his pockets. No man is a hero to his valet, and no matinee idol is a hero to the lead ing lady. A violoncellist was dismissed from a New York show because she would not kiss a man In public. The Russian scientist who says rabies can be cured by eating beetles fails to announce a cure for eating beetles. "An Ithaca (N. Y.) doctor wishes to have placed in every public school the statue of a perfect man." Married or single? A bottle containing a one dollar bill was carried 300 miles by sea. But it didn't get within reaching distance of New York. Reserve a few swats for the mos quitoes that are coming, although all well-directed ones should be applied to house flies. A Missouri judge rules that It is lawful for a man to spank his wife. So, also, is it law...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
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