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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 23 December 1911

HARRY FREESE, Publisher. HAYS. KANSAS. Life Is getting to be Just one feiamed "probe" after another. Jack Frost is outclassing all tbe Sy aad mosquito swatters. Aviators prefer to fly where the ground is not frozen hard. Rodgers, the aviator, does not think fcis record will stand long. It will for I1 of us. A cold wave is on the way. Have you thrown up intrenciiments In the xal bin? If the head or a feminine jury is a forewoman, each of the others should ie a juress. If China develops a republic It will hare to reform its spelling and adopt civilized letters. Some of these days a cold wave -will come along that will live up to tbe advertisement. Pittsburgh is now legally entitled to the h If it will make Pittsburgh any .better let us all be joyful. Tbe coal sellers and the clothiers are plainly getting into the good graces of the weather man. Thej commercial travelers are plan ning an abridgement of hotel tips and are inuring themselves to hard looks. China was 2,000 years in waking...

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. — 23 December 1911

5 if OFFICIAL INVITATION AMERICANS HOW ROBERT ROGERS, MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR, IN WINNIPEG ADDRESS, ISSUES WELCOME - OF AMERICANS TO WEST ERN CANADA. During the course of a reply to an address presented to Hon. Robert Rog 'ers, the newly appointed Minister of the Interior of Canada at a banquet given at "Winnipeg in his honor that gentleman spoke on immigration. The tone of his remarks was that he intend ";.ed to pursue an aggressive and for ward policy in the matter of immigra tion. In part, he said: - "The most important branch per haps of that department (Interior) Is that of immigration. "If there is anything more than an other we want here it Is a greater pop ulation, and it shall be my duty to pre sent to the people in all parts of the world where desirable emigrants are to be found the advantages . and the great possibilities of this country. We have received in the past a reasonably large immigration from south of the International boundary, and in this connection let me sa...

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. — 23 December 1911

IF Come and see us operate on YOUR sick shoes. ircre brgin f aving new-shoe money Let us rcj air jcurcld thee?, tl c-j 'Jl wesr jcutwosnd three and four times as long and Iook iievv. To those v;) o haven't leair cd the Gieat Ecci crr j. The additional service, and the sddcd 7erpth cf feel ccirfcit, ai d wro carelessly thicw their old Shoes away before we have hf da tlarce to dcut;e their life time; we again repeat: It pays to have your SHOES BEP.A1B D. We do it while you wait if desired. P Y our Sh ces to assman s Residence Fhcn N.. 300 South Side of R R. track hoe Shop Phone No. 350 lospital CSSSrgaSggeggC3ggSC3g- WOaeaeaeaCtKOCeSSOCOaWl i Jr o Beauty Parlor is open Monday Wednd-iy, Thursday and Saturday afternoon?. Shampoo, Manicu e, Far tal Masgjge, Scalp Treatment, etc There is ylways rain-water for sham poo Ppurposes- An appointment will avod wailing. Mrs. Wm. Newton George L. Zeigler Successor to H. W. Oshant onded Abstractor and Insurance Agent. North Main street, Hays, Kansa...

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. — 30 December 1911

r in i f v r1 N V i"Yn V I si l M n if TTn n V V t VOLUME XXV11U. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER SO. 1911. NUMBER i t-q 11 11 II a V ?, i U 1 - X n n H M t u v DEPOSITORS Are PROTECTED I n this bank by a proper proportion el Capital and Surplus and a conservative management. We solicit your account en a basis of our ability to give you the best facilities consistent with sound hanking. Citizens' State Bank Hays City IIcsisss a to a Med tBross IPh&pmsieyx For the Best of everything found in a First $ Class Drug Store J Agents for Conklins Self Filling Fountain Pen J Best Fountain Pen sold envheie. We invite your pafron&rxs rrom $100.00 to $40,000 A few years ago a young business man wnom we ell know started in business with $300,00 which ha had accumulated by saving a little as he T?eat along To-day ho is worthy Q4O,G0Q-- That FIRST 100.00 made it Dcssible for. JifTn to be worth what .he is to-dsy. .It's always the JEVv hundred that counts. This young man is a custsmer ...

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. — 30 December 1911

PRESS HARRY FREESE. Publisher. KAYS KANSAS. Winter should take care tar Itself out prematurely. lest It The happiest people are those who b&ven't time to hate anybody. Horses have to smile a little when they pass a blanketed automobile engine. Wellesley college girls are said to liave earned 6 as bootblacks, but "what boots It? His T tor By CLAUD ENE SISSON Help Last year the United States made 111.000,000 worth of soap".- which ought to put us right up next togodli-cess. Mexico having bought 600 pianos from a Chicago firm, we may look Tor a long period of unrest across the border. "The tip Is an insult," says the Chi cago Record-Herald. Insulting the waiter then is what keeps traveling men poor. A man asks a divorce after getting fcls own breakfast for twenty years though this may not solve the break fast question. Brooks' comet is said to have two tails, but people who stay up late enough to see it generally, are able to see two comets. A man is middle-aged at 90," says Trd St...

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. — 30 December 1911

The Farmers Sen's 1 Great Opportunity vtnrwainor me oia Tarm to Income y ourinDentaace? iieirin do w to prepare lor your lutnre pixifcperiiy ana indepen dence. A. great oppor tunity awaits you In ila.ni toba.bas hate bevan or Alberta, where you can secure a FreeHorne stead or br.j land at Rea sonable prices. pi Kovj'stlieTimo not a year from now, when land will be high er. The uroflLs teinml from the abundant crotx of Yheat, Oats and IJarley, as well as cattle raising, are causing a steady advance in price. Government returns show that the number or settler in Western Canada from the U. 8. wan 6J per cent larger in 1910 than the previous year. ..Maw -fajiuejs .have paid far tEelr land out of the proceeds of one crop. Free Homesteads of 160 acres and pre-emptions of 1 60 acres at 83.00 an acre. Fine climate, good schools, excellent railway facilities, low f re i grit rates; vood, wa ter and lumber easily ob tained. for pamphlet "last Best West," particulars as to suitable location an...

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. — 30 December 1911

Come and see us operate on YOUR sick shoes. Farm for Rent. 1 An 80 acre farm 2 miles north cf Yocemento, Honna. barn, and sbop. 10 acres garden. 70 acres fenced pas A farg Bcrplas is a NECESSITT to a Fire Insurance Company as a guar antee to its Policy holders. We rep resent Companies who rank FIRST in AasetR and alse" in Surplus. The J. M. Schafer Loan & Ins Agcy. ture. For. particulars u James F. Burk, Hays 1 1 1 1 - .." 4 - jJ- V2j-ir r-LlZz rniYi-i II! H One gocd wey to mfke mccev is fo begin taving new-shce money Let repair ycur r Id thecs, thej'il Tvcar ycu two and three and four times as long and l:ikiiew. To those who haven't leaiEcd the Great Eccrcrxy. The additional service, and the added length cf foot cemfert, and who carelessly throw their o!d Shoes away before we have hd a chance to double their lift time; we again repeat: " It pays to have your SHOES REPAIR! D. We do it while you wait if desired. Bring Your shoes to Gassman's Shoe Hospital Residence Fhone No. 300 ...

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 January 1912

2TnTO TlD ru? Tu? 1 HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 6, 1912, NUMBER 8 volume xxvnn. 1a7 TV. rLiNTl Ji 3 11 IflllC DEPOSITORS Are PROTECTED I n tills bank by a proper proportion of Capital and Surplus and a conservative management We solicit7your account on a basis of our ability to give you the best facilities censistant with sound banking. uicizeos Hays City 1 JSTni Red gZross JPharmaey; For the Bes of everything Class Drug Agents for Cenklins Self Filling Fountain Pen Best Fountain Pen sold srjtvfceie. ! We invite your patronage rrom $100.00 to $40,000 A few years ago a young business man "whom we d v all know started in business with $? 00,00 which j he had accumulated by saving a little ss he went along a ;: g To-day he is worth; $540,000 v J. That FIRST 100,00 made it possible for dm 5 to be worth what' he is ton&y. alw$y?.tsel?t hundred that counts. This young man is a custepe? of this bank. J I You can do WHAT HE did- Will YOU try it ? IFSI iMa Hays e fibnt Forget the...

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 January 1912

FREE PRESS HARRY FREESE, Publisher. HAYS. - KANSAS. A queue or not a queue: that is the question in China, The family cat is by no rheans safe In this season of rabbit stews. Girl arrested in Chicago claims she is an aviator. The police say she is flighty. The air on the top floor of New York's new 20-story hotel ought to be tolerably good. Any ill wind carries orders to the manufacturer of storm doors at this season of the year. "Seedless lemons are developed by grafting." So are the kind sometimes handed to officeholders. Chicago Philanthropists are about to start a magazine for poets. It will be read chiefly by poets. Fifty-seven varieties of weather In 24 hours keep the average man guess ing and the doctors on the run. It should never be forgotten that American names look as funny to the Chinese as their names look to us. Teople love the spectacular. With out a long tail a comet would attract no more attention than the moon. Gum-chewing has been abolished in the navy. Now can th...

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 January 1912

Hi s mum rft r inifiirinn '"- FACIAL -ERUETIONS All Disappear When Gettysburg Man Uses Resinol. How happy "would men. and "women, be did they know, as does R- G. Parry, of Gettysburg, Pa,, how to remove blackheads and pimples and restore their skin to its natural healthy state! Many a beautiful woman Ts rendered homely by facial eruptions. This let ter may be the means of showing a way to those thus afflicted. Read it thoroughly and give it thought. "For some months my face was cov ered with pimples and blackheads. Hearing of Resinol Soap, I immediate ly began to use it, and was greatly benefited, especially so in its having caused the disappearance of all facial eruptions. :h -ie .-PARR y, - - - "Gettysburg, Pa." Jesinol Soap quickly relieves and removes skin affections and Resinol Ointment is without a rival in reliev ing eczema, scalds, burns, tetter, milk tcrust, ringworm, barber's itch, pimples, rash, itching, blackheads, boils, chil blains, chaps and cracking of the skin, . :e...

Publication Title: Hays Free Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hays free press. — 6 January 1912

and see us operate on YOUR sick shoes. i. Farm for Rent. An 80 acre farm 2 miles north of Yocemento, Hoare, barn, and chop. 10 acres garden. 70 acres fenced pas ture. For particulars see James F. Burki Hays Or. t.rcG way to make mcne is fo bfgfn faving new-hce money Lst us repair your old thccF, thej'll T?ear you two and three and four times as long and kc.v iew. To those who haven't learned the Great Economy. The additional service, ana the added length of foot ecmfcrt, ard who carelessly throw their old Shoes away beicie we hvc htd a chance to dcuble their l fe time; we again repeat: It pays to hivis eut SHOES REPAIEI D. We do it while you wait if desired. Bri- Your Shoes to GaSSmall's Residence Fhone No. 300 South Side cf R R. track ihoe Hospital Shop Phone No. 350 George L. Zeigler Successor to H. W. Oshant i onded Absi and Insurance Agent. Noth Main street, Hays, Kansas, t 1 B Hardware & Paint I I Remember we keep the best of all kinds of hardware & Paint. Our f prices ...

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 January 1912

State Historical Sociaty n r r -i 1L LU volume xxvnn. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 13, 1912. NUMBER - li-Jd bO ti DEPOSITORS Are PROTECTED I n this bank by a pre per proportion of Capital and Surplus and a conservative management. We solicit, your account on a basis of our ability to give you the best facilities consistent with sound banking. Citizens' State Bank Hays City Kansas rf Bros, ' ? Red GZross Pharmaeyi The OUsJUL Store j For the Bes of everything found in a First Class Drue Store Agents for C onklins Self Filling Fountain Pen Best Fountain Fen sold erjvheie. We irilc ui) iffKifse hrom $100.00 to $40,000 A few years ago a young business man whom we ail know started in business with $100,00 which he had accumulated by saving a little as he went along To-day he is worth' 540,000 That F7PRT MX) Ml mario it- tvoot'Mq -Fr. Uln to be worth-wbat her- is to-dayr Itsalways the 1st hundred that counts. This young man is a cus testier of this bank. You can do WHAT HE did. Will...

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 January 1912

FREE PRESS HARRY FREESE, Publisher. HAYS. - . - - - KANSAS. Tlie market report shows only 26. 654 bogs in St. Louis. One of tne best things for a man ot forty-five to do is to cheer up and look young. One Chicago firm has bought 5,000, 000 three-cent stamps but not at i drug store. Some one advises that the hunters dress in black. In which event the crape should not be omitted. "Why don't rich women pay their bills?" asks Leslie's Weekly. Probab ly because they don't have to. A New Haven doctor watched an operation on himself for appendicitis. It must have been a cheering specta cle. An Ohio man wants a divorce be cause his wife smokes hi3 stogies. That's not such an expensive habit. Is it? Los Angeles requests that It3 name shall be pronounced Loce Ahng-hayl-lis. "My, but what a long tail our cat has." A sfeamer carrying 2,200,000 cocoa nuts has arrived at New York and the threatened cocoanut pie famine has been averted. Germany is going to have an aerial cruiser that will carry 30...

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 January 1912

COPYRIGHT 1908 bf THE 'ASSOCIATED SWDAY MAGA2ITC3 COPYRIGHT" !90g 3y THE . BGBDS - MERRILL COMPAQ SYNOPSIS. Count J1 Rosini. the Italian ambas sador. Is at dinner with diplomats when a messenger summons him to the em bassy, where- a beautiful young woman asks for a ticket to the embassy balL The ticket Is made out In the name of Miss Isabel Thorn e. Chief Campbell of the secret service, and Mr. Grimm, his head detective, are warned that a plot Is brewing In Washington, and Grimm goes to the state ball for Information. His at tention Is called to Miss Isabel Thorne, who with her companion, disappears. A phot is heard and Senor Alvarez of the Mexican legation, is found wounded. Grimm is assured Miss Thome did it; he visits her, demanding knowledge of the affair, and arrests Pletro Petrosdnnl. Miss Thorne visits an old bomb-maker, and they discuss a wonderful experiment. Fifty thouaand'.iJollars is stolen-from. the office Vf Senor "Rodrlgnez, the minister from Venezuela, and while dete...

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 January 1912

.in Tf COMMfSSiONEftS , HOCcELi fi '. 3 Hays, Kan, Jan 2, 112. :.a. t?. The Board of Conty CoraniLy"-r.o::'T met .'this day in regu'ar qLi,; c ': session, all members present a:! P. V. Gottsehalk, County Clerk. The meeting was called to orie: by the Chafotnan ; The quarterly reports of the var inns Ovv:rvt officers weree appro v fyj !ar:3 examined, viz.. PhUtn Jacobs. County, Treas Jacob Biasing, Proba'e Judire J. J. DreAl'n?. Clerk of D;st..Court J. IT. SimTin'Ter, County Aty. Ard-ew MH-eri, Sheriff, ard P V GotehJa'k, County C'erk. The qnarteiiy repot of the County Smoerlnendert. was examined ap proved an1 o-dered nublxshed. After due consideration, the Board devised tetipulations to be included ; to the contract far the Leae of, tbo Poor Farm. ; The fol'owing are the stimulations 2D be included In the lease for the Poor Facta. i Lea?e to run to August 1st, 19l. Ajnoimrt of coal to be furnfched by oounfty to the superintendent of Poor Farm for time from date of ocBSta-act 'to Augu...

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 January 1912

- TT rH "r Tl n A Id volume xxvini. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 20, 1912, NUMBER 10 i I i v J i i-J DEPOSITORS Are PROTE CT E D I n this bank by a proper proportion of Capital and Surplus and a conservative management We solicit your account on a basis of our ability! to give you the best facilities consists nt with sound banking. Citizens' State Bank Hays City Kansas Kin& Bros, ! Red GBross Pharmacy Q Stora For the Bes of everything found in a First Class Drug Store Agents for Conkh'ns J Self Filling Fountain Pen Best Fountain Pen sold an where. We invite uir tttjc rcge ift,i' ii I rrom $100.00 to $40,000 I A few years ago a young business man whom we 6 all know started in business with $100,00 which f he had accumulated by saving a little ss he went along ?, Vl . To-day he is worthgr040,000 That FIRST 100,00 made it possible for him to be worth what he is to-day. It's always the 1st v f hundred that counts. This young man is a custemer f of this bank. ' you can do WriA...

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 January 1912

HARRY FREESE, Publisher. HAYS. ..... - KANSAS. ALLAYING A SCARE. It takes precious little, sometimes, to start a serious "scare. The merest Irresponsible rumor may result in a run on a bank, and a hint of fire .may precipitate a disastrous panic. In fact. It might bedffnc'ult ' to dis prove a statement, if made, that we mortals thoroughly enjoy being scared, and welcome the agency by which this end may be accomplished. As an instance of the popular love for A 6care may be cited the readily-credited reports, the source of which do one seems to know, that all nickels dated 1910 were counterfeit, saj-s th Manchester Union. The treasury de partment at Washington ha3 recciveu hundreds of inquiries from all tac tions of the country, on the strength of these reports, "and the persistency with which the reports have spread has occasioned banks and business men much inconvenience. - As a mat ter of fact, there are 20,009.000 nick els of 1910 in circulation, and, so far as the treasury depart...

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 January 1912

A HEALTHY, HAPPY OLD AGE May be promoted by those who gently cleanse the system, now and then, when in need of a laxative remedy by taking a desextspoonfu! cf the ever refreshing, wholesome end truly beneficial Syrup of ' Figs end Elixir of Senna, which is the only family laxative generally ap proved by the most eminent phy ncians, because it acts in a natural, strengthening way and warms and tones up the internal organs without Weakening them. It is equally benefi Ecial for the very young and the mid dle aged, as it is always efficient and free from all harmful ingredients. To get its beneficial effects it is always necessary to buy the genuine, bear ing the name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package. THE WEAK POINT. Squilbob Bon't fcnow how to court the girl? "Well, my boy, you Just tell her that you know she despises "jol lying" and Is the one woman In the world who can't he flattered. Squilligan Well? "That sort of guff will flatte...

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 January 1912

w z ;z. : i c n z r s p R o r f f c i n r Qo Breit money adifcaced to M. Urban, 15.79 Jobs Mulvey fumigating . . ..16.3. & Anthonys Hospital caring pau Goodchuck 29.00 do do caries Kappel .. 7.00 ; do do caring Bruruske .. 4.00 TTrj , t D&niAn il-itri'l era fnr 1 a n rl . fcaen In Mermis road . 23.00 Adam Riedel, 'repairing bridge2.30 Louis Oottscholk rebate on erron eous assessment .. . . . 5.90 Jacob Lang for moving fence mi Dp&ilimg road 25.00 Mike Rome foor moving fence in Dreilicjg road 25.C0 J P Storm do do ... . 10.00 W J Helms for movktg fence 62.50 Alex H Bern.es chain carrier 1.50 Carl Anton Schmidt hauling sur veyor ; 1.50 Oerhart Pfannemstiel damage in Fred Rupp road 100.0 John Sauer.u for land taken 'and moving fence 60.00 Sterv Joy Constable fees 2.C0 W J Bellban Coyote Scalp .. 2.00 Hike Weigel do 1.00 Alois Walter da 1.00 S A Simpson do 10.00 Wm Howe do 1 20.00 Frazskk Schaidt Jos Con Way do . Wm. Disney do . . Richard Gross do Peter Kessler do . do 3.00 ...

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 January 1912

6tatev Historical Society r Sj ; I A tttjtt: .'pi jp j i JO I 11 IiaL J I tCto VOLUME XX Villi. HAYS, ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 27, 1912, NUMBER 11 It 8 - 4 DEPOSITORS p Are PROTECTED $ I n this bank by a proper proportion of Capital and Surplus and a conservative management. We solicityour account on a basis of our abilityto give you the best facilities Cji consists nt with sound banking. jp Citizens' State Bank Hays City Kansas $ Jfij?lf Bros, ed Sross Pharm&ey TAe 3&cJ!JL Store For the Best of everything found in a First Cilass Drug Store Agents for Conklins Self Filling Fountain Pen Best Fountain Pen sold anywhere. rrom $100.00 to $40,000 A few years ago a young business man. whom we all know started in business with $300,00 which he had accumulated by saving a little as he went along To-day he is wortlig40,000 That FIRST 100,00 made impossible fors him to be worth what he is to-day -It's always the 1st hundred that counts. This young man is a custemer of this bank. ...

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