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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 February 1904

f 1 A FOR THIRTY YEARS Congressman Aeekison Suffered With Catarrh Read Mis Endorsement of Pe-ru-na. CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON. OF OHIO. t ITEMS FROM ORIENT Sees Cf Then! Confirmed Ar.d Others Denied. ANARCHY REPORTED IN KOREA. FRANCE PLAYS HOT AND GOLD. Hon. David Meekison is well known, not only in his own State but throughout America. He beg-an his political career by serving four consecutive terms as Mayor of the town in which he lives, during which time he became widely known as the .founder of the Meekison Bank of Napoleon, Ohio. He was elected to the Fifty-fifth Congress by a very large majority, and is the acknowledged leader of his party "in his section of the State. Only one flaw marred the otherwise complete success of this rising statesman. Catarrh with its insidious approach and tenacious prasp, was his only uncon . quered foe. For thirty years he waped unsuccessful warfare against this personal enemy. At last Peruna came to the rescue, and he dictated the following letter to...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 February 1904

i.. ! EfHUalEUPHJ 111 JfHIJI , r-.' a lis a SI if I H UGli AH About you aro opportunities for your Eastern friends to better their condition. Thoratas and train service via felcago, i&jaubee & IS Paul Rafllxrja make the trip from any point East to any point west, quick7 comfortable, inexpensive. S3A postal card f the office will be the means of placing' before year friends who are contemplating a western trip information that will be most useful to them. If you desire, you eta pay the money at this office for their tickets and prompt delivery direct to them, M. f, Smith, COMMERCIAL AOEHT. C4J n&lH ST, O ALL AO. S. Between Kansa City & Chicago, the train cf trains is The Southwest Limited ... , . . foo"B wnsas uivy 0:00 p.m; arrives 6- L Gobb, southwestern pa, act sot main st, Kansas cy Chicago 8:55 a.m. THE Ha DM.I&3 of California, Tho Piro of thee eollosi is from 15bo to 2000 years. The Mariposa Grove, which can be visited while enroute in-ibj Ye.sitni'e, contai...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 February 1904

Br Publishing all3 the Official news oi Ellis county. all the time Advocating: the best intent of Ellis countv A. VOL. 2?. HAKRT FREES E. NO. 1 Editob & Fubushek. Our new Spring a 1 1 . i A N AT 1 tlA ntOCt --- v . juivf rn r' otwmrM now are on our counters ready for your inspection. Be sure and examine this unexcelled lino. Our spring I me of Shoes are he. e. Come see them. Tome in and look over our stock, it wid be a pleasure to fay i out for your inspection. Now is the time to buy spring goods and save money, AS ALL WOOLEN" AND COTTON GOODS ARK GOING UP Ifl PRICE AT A STARTLING RATE ISAAC ZEIGLER' STORE. K LI. Colo is having i srrious sick spell. erv Hill viU,nwas here Thursday I: ir g politics with our people. ' r IVe.tlsi Jordan has returned o n hU ('hicago trip. . i-t:uv n;uiware siore L ive re- h ive re- coivtdUplm tor tho r fiug and Hiutng lor tho new formal. Cu'U- .s and his big grav team aiv now looking alter the. interests of the ijieat standard Oil octipua ond t char...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 February 1904

THE FREE PRESS. HAICKT FREEZE, Fob. GAYS CITY KANS KANSAS COMMENT. In Hard Lines. A man at F.irmin ton whose wife is dead, has eight chil dren down with measles. More IIorsks Shipped. Four moie carloads of horses were shipped out of Dickinson county for the east. IIorses liur.XED. At Miltonvale.1 fire destroyed the larg-e livery barn of Thos. McNeill. Sixteen horses and many vehicles were burned. Carried S.",000. One insurance agency in Topeka carried $Sj,000 on the I'arkhurst- Davis property. The ag-ency has eight companies. No Night Study. No pupils in the Abilene schools are required to study at nignt. The object of the rule is for the benefit of the health of the pupils. Sues Haskell Corvrr. Geo. H. Ilolzbog-, of Indiana, has filed suit against Haskell county for bonds val ued at $32,000 with interest from Jan. 1, 1902. More Hotel Rooms. One of the large hotels in Wichita is having an addition erected which gives the hotel 101 rooms, all provided with fire es capes. Has Crazy Mo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 February 1904

NOVEL FEEE ESCAPE This method of saving life has been in opening In the wall Is a flexible ca ' Ion. On an alarm being given It is which Is used as a safe slide to the GOOD EDITORS ARE RARE. None but Thorough Newspaper Men Appreciate Their Value. A story is told of the late John Swlnton, for many years managing editor of the New York Sun, who, when told by the late Charles A. Dana that he was willing to pay $125 a week for a first-class editorial writer, replied that a first-class man could not be obtained for that. Dana said: "That is what I pay you, and don't you consider yourself a first-class man?" "No," rejoined Swlnton, "if I were a first-class man I should be paying you 125 a week.". The story illustrates that a man like Swlnton, who was a philanthro pist, could of course never be the founder of a newspaper like the Sun, which Mr. Dana framed- as a mere money-making machine. As a mere publicist John Swinton was intellectu ally a peer of Dana; that is. he was as able a writer,...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 February 1904

THE FREE PRESS. BARKY VBBEZE, Pub. HAYS CITY, KAN3 This. large output of boy bandits will yet raise up apologists for King Herod; Salt River, Ariz., Is about to be dammed. . Anti-profanity paragraphs! please keep off- Whltaker Wright would bare saved a lot of troublo If be had committed suicide a dozen years ago. , A woman is pretty sure she could economize more in the ccal bill if she could have $1,000 worth of furs. Woman's ear is " eo perversely mathematical' that forty-nine, cents sounds only half as bis as half a dol lar. Girls at a cooking school in Berlin ate gome of their own salads. The date of the funerals will be announced later. When London cays "Hello, there! to Plymouth Rock, we realize how much the hand of Father Time has made smooth. Daniel J. Sully's profits in cotton are reckoned from six to fifteen mil lions, and he escaped all the worry of the boll weevil. With some misgivings the people have tolerated, if not accepted, "mar conlgram," but there is a limit. "Pig ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 February 1904

REASSURES GIIISIA KavnsM City. NATIVE BTEE8S. X 4 00 m 4 23 HCKiS Choicafco hearr..... 5 20 9 4 WlitSAX iNo. 3 airj. 91 9 1 07 9 75 7 10 2i RELY ON PE-RU-NA TO FIGHT PrafsisastsRespsst Her Territorial aad Proparty Rights. No. i Red 1 06 (A '3 CORN No 2 White OATS No. 3 White CATARRH, HAY Choice Timothy Prairie ........ ..... 0 50 1 25 21 FUTTEE EGGS ALSO RESPECT HER NEUTRALITY. CUteasro Llvo Stock. GOOD TO PRIMS ST S OS 4 9j KTOCKErtS & FiiliDEIiiS.. 2 50 HEIFEKS . 2 OJ O 5 75 4 15 4 75 5 43 Imtajta jut .uuyno dndVpds fi chidivrz HOGS , a 1J Tha Present War la Not Being Waged By The Japanese For Conquest, Bat In Defense Of Her Legitimate Rights. Chicago Grain. WHEAT No 2 Red 1 00 $ 1 03 Ka 2 Hard CA mm j CORN No. 3 4i4 a OATS No. 3 4i.S 44 St. Loolif Live Stock. BEEF STEERS ... 3 8J (a 3 3) MARKETS GQnnEGTED DAILY. S rJi i rm " v r m ! Ilk lb Ii I i ' Ii . .. . ' iTTTl mm Si tr r - - - - -. i , - v If M, - COWS & HEIFERS 2 25 (a TKXAS STiSEUS 2 75 & Cot Lou. jtfnr tt n 4...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 February 1904

1 - i- I htftflfef h Mam f;WMt n 1 1 1 i . i f i u u !i a q W I tnerp AU bo-it yu arn 'opportunities for ynur Eastern friends to better their condition. Theratga and train service via Payl Hallway mm, itoaisfieo Q St mnke the trip from any point East to any point west,, quick, comfortable, inexpensive 153"A postal card to the office will be the ceais of placing before your friends who are conterr.pl ating a western trip information that will be most useful to them. 'If you desire, you can pay the money at this office for their tickets and prompt delivery direct to them, D . S---. Jt.-r rennrts that mother Hcnrv tb?eUstor endured the op per-tien at Ll'sworta in a heroic lanner ami it was very suceestul Rw Roh will occupy the M. E. church at Ellis next Sunda , to-r:.trrtv. m ibe place of Presi ding EMer See. it. being Quar tern meeting occasion. Carp j'jtpfs are now at work on the AIim Li.-sin:? residence cn we?t Normal avenue building addition- that wiil much iuipiove that cozy home....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 March 1904

X ; : 1 A V-' f r N-v l-T ?'4 -, i. V tv - v-D w .the Oilicial newc - "-Vol Ellisxduaty.:. . all the time Advocation the best interests of Sills comiiy VOL. 22. HAiiBY mEESS. NO l '-"-EssrcxA'Pcairsri. City of Hays, Kansas. March 5, 1904. SS3T PAFZli H? COJ v - " -x - x :-'V-" S. vv'-Yv'". -Q Blue Valley Creamery, Receiving station South Chestnut street Opposite the Philip Hardware store, The very highest price paid for cream. Creamery station The Blue Valley Oreamerv of St. Jog. Miouri, one of tbe lar gest Creameries in tbe west have leased fur a year the building on 'Hit.tb Cbesuuii trtc oppfiite ihi? t fhe ami adjoining Stemer't. f.r a deceiving ion. and propose to receive t-rwun from the far mers, pHyipr ibra the very high market price, and dipping to their cre nieiv. Ibev will put in a Separator, :. 'I fccter n d o'ber needed tnHchin t o tbe dinner can e how it is done, aitd he hope to arrange with the M;ro AgnculuuaJ college to send some, ot their Dairy pro Our new Spring stoc...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 March 1904

THE FREE PRESS. BABBI fBCEZC, Pub. HAYS CITY, EAN4 KANSAS COMMENT. Smppixo Mules. Three carloads of mules were sent from Frankfort to the south last week. Payixo SO Cexts. The farmers of northwest Kansas are getting 80 cents a bushel for wheat. Yovxo Woman Wili- Rrs. Miss Elsie Sechler, of Fort Scott, is a can didate for county clerk. Pbatt's Gas Plant. A proposition to build a gas plant is the talk just now of the people of Pratt. Domkstic Science. Agitation for a domestic science department in the Augusta schools has been started. Wosikn Workers. An Ottawa wo man's Saturday Afternoon club has raised S450 for the V. M. C. A. fund. Immigration Aoknts. The immi gration agents of the Missouri Pacific will hold a meeting in Wichita on Feb ruary 20. Banquet to Daughters. At Topeka the sons of the American Revolution held a banquet for the Daughters of the Revolution. : The Underflow. Congressman Murdock is sanguine over the prospect for getting the government to investi gate the underfl...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 March 1904

7 A 7 Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer of the Young Woman's Temperance Association of Buffalo, N. Y., strongly advises all suf fering women to rely, as she did, upon Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ' DeAB Mrs. PlSKHAM : Your medicine ia indeed an ideal Trcman'3 medicine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health and strength. I 6U He red misery for several years, being1 troubled with menorrhagia. Jly back ached; I had bearing-down pains and frequent headaches. I would often wake from restful Bleep, and in such pain that I suffered for hours before I could go to sleep again. I dreaded the long nights as much as tho weary days. I consulted two different physicians, hoping to get relief, but, finding that their medicine did not seem to cure me, 1 tried your "Vegetable Compound on the recommendation of a friend from the East who was visiting me. I am glad that I followed her advice, for every ache and pain is gone, and not only this, but my general health is much improved. I h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 5 March 1904

1 ''! 1 ! rt"l s err mm mm Lii i il ii mum h 5 fi .1 UPn A A u O rt idOats, barley, cow Mrs. Berrv of Jewell citv visit ed here over Sunday to lo her husband and pleaded to ee that I ff r for sale ar rm farm 12 he i.- reefing so satifac.or a nob - r'nh' north ot Havs or ibtiii:." or ur people hi d the wi?; ... lives n tnan. choice cleau AD b it ycu are opportunities for yur Eastern friends to b-tter thoir eonditi n. Thoratgs and train service via 0 "to u S Pay! Railway. make the trip from any point East to any poinl west, qoii-fcj comtortnble, inexpensive. irA postal card t the olicc mil be the xaeams of olacinar before ycur friends who are r'sting a western trip infor.-aiion tbs.t will be most useful to thera. If you desire, for their ticket and prompt delivery direct to them, G I Cobb, bti tbt big hie ragtd YO ?T bad bis men reoniiditig the rum. and uow we have a 6qh post othYe af-d lue town a good improve nent while to th burronnding ruins n -thing has been done, not even the ruh...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 March 1904

Publishing: all the Othcial news oi Ellis county. all the time Advocating the best interest? of Ellis county VOL. SS. HAKRY FREES E. NO. l Editob & Pubusucs. City of flays, Kansas- March 12, 1904. SI. a year. Best Annsssistan Patss r Co- 1m Blue Valley Creamery, Receiving station South Chestnut street Opposite the Philip Hardware store, ihe very highest Creamery station Tb Blue Vallev Crearaerv of St Joe. Mihgouri, one of the lar ccat Creameries in tbe west, have leased tor a year the building on nuth Chestnut &trec opposite ihif office and ad juicing Sterner', f. r a Keccivinp station, and propose to receivo cream from the far mcrs, paying them the very high est market price, and Pippin to their creamer v. Thev will put in a Separator, a Tester and other nee1ed machin en, no the farmer can vec how it 13 done, and the hope to arrnuse with the Htato Agricultural college to eend aome of their Dairy pro- price paid for cream. feasor here, loan tliem tbi.- ma chinery, and let th...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 March 1904

THE FREE PRESS. DARBY rCEEZX, Pub. HAYS CITY, KANS KANSAS COMMENT. Farmers Finki. Five farmers of Douglas county were fined for hunting on Sunday. 3A Lash Sale. V. Overfield lately sold twenty-five acres of land near Hiawatha for S3;30, or 131 per acre. Oi-PEST Maso.v. Wilson. In Ells worth county, claims the oldest Mason in the state in the person of A. Van Nausdle, who joined the order in 1840. Scattered Corn" Shocks. In the Raw valley corn shocks were scattered and limbs blown from trees. The sand storm came with the velocity of a tor nado. Committee SrccKssFri.. The com mittee appointed at Wichita to sell $50,000 worth of the Orient construc tion company stock completed its can vass and succeeded in disposing of that amount. Ditst Storm ox Wheat The dust storm is reported from Junction City as having done great damage to wheat fields by blowing the uirt away irom j the roots. A like report comes from j Uutchinson. j Famine of Teachers. For the first j time in tne history of Wich...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 March 1904

THE LAKE ISLE I will arise and go now, and go to In hlsfrae. And a email cabin build there, of clay and wattles made; Mne bean row will I have there, a hlva for the honey bee. And live alone In the bee-loud glade. And I shall have some peace there, for ' peace comes dropping slow. Dropping from the vials of the morn ing: to where the cricket singe; There midnight' all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow. And evening full of the linnet's wings. I will arise and go now, for always night and day I hoar lake water lapping the !ow nounds by the shore: While I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements gray. I hear it in the doen heart's core. William Butler Yeats. THE PRICE Uy VIOLA Copyrighted. 1903. by The This was Elizabeth Neilsen's first opportunity to hear a symphony con cert. She was an observing young woman, and it was with an eager eye that she noticed the effect of the high vaulted ceiling from the center of which was suspended great circles of light which seemed like golden crown...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 March 1904

THE GAGE RECORD. STATUE OF LOUIS JOLIET ERECTED IN ILLINOIS TOWN CHICAGO'S BOY BANDITS NOW ON TRIAL FOR THEIR LIVES MORRIS ft GREGORY, Eds Fate. GAGE, OKLA, Now . look out for parodies of Kip ling's parodies. What kind of taste did that man have who first pronounced snow beautiful? Has Andrew Carnegie noticed that none of the bulletins are dated at Tha Hague? The man whos 100 hens laid 1024 eggs in January evidently has them under good control. Still, it is the content: of the Bible more than its literary form that at tract and hold men. Meanwhile Korea may resign itsolf to pleasant reveries as to which pow er is to conduct the autopsy. It was an odd freak of fortune that a coalyard shouivl drst '-heck the progress of the flames iri Baltimore. A lot of girls who curl hair for cushions have struck; which is cal culated to curl the hair of their em ployers. Now that Eve's grave has been lo cated her descendants can do no less than chip in and buy her a suitable monument. Taking advant...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 March 1904

Miss Nettie Blackmore, Min neapolis, tells how any young woman may be permanently cured o! monthly pains by tak ing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. Yoxrsa Werner: I had frequent headaches of & severe nature, dark spots before my eyes, and at my men strual periods I suilered untold agony. A member of the lodg-e advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, lut 1 only scorned good advice and felt that my case was hopeless, but she kept at me until I bought a bottle and started taking it. I soon had the best reason in the world to change my opinion of the medicine, as each day my health im proved, and finally I was entirely with out pain at my menstruation periods. I am most grateful." Nettik Black more, 28 Central Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. $5000 forfeit If original of abac Utttr proving genuineness cannot be produced. If there is anything about your case about which you would like special advice, write freely to 3Irs. Pinkham. She will hold your letter in strict...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 12 March 1904

IV. 5 i VVesiei":! Kansas state Normal School building on the Ft. Hays Reservation' 'at tl ays city Kansas '0it it tv1 o-w State Normal bUii? the 6ii vo -k, fhe ou'i Jrt - wills wc-re' completed' and i.- u:' " -!. .J. T 'ju roof is .-n au.l sbinj!s i-.l n I ; ynu can see the codi- m-:.v o'it.iiif- of i)p bn'MmsrexC'-n ihefi'2 polf which take.-j th vl-ift -jf the beltry. IT WiLL BE READY TO MOVE IN FOK SCHOOL APRIL 16TH ess-. mm a II 11 i TT . i r 1 t iTLL I III kJ f 1 EI I -t -,. I 1 "f J y. r ft 1 1 t li (I 12 v l I w vx li ?7'3 8;!JUJ13S IDI All bont ycu aro opportunities for your Eastern MendR to better their condition. The rates and train service Tia NORMAL Notes. PiatcrMs nod carpenters are uow pushing matters with all pos sihfu &pd regardless of weather. Contractor Herrv has put up a tenr'rarv but olid stairway so all can go up and see the 2d story rooms and enjoy the beautiful view ot the surrounding country from its windows, and hundreds walked out tbeie last Sunday. The...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 March 1904

" t . - - Publishing all the Olliciai news oi Ellis county. all the time Advocating the best interest ot Ellis couiiiy VOL. St. HAKRT FREES E. NO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Bays, Kansas. March 19, 1904. SI. a year. Best Advkhtistkg Paphs m Co; Patronised bv tht nutin yg ?f 52 sg? 2 V? IVIIM UL-niM Makes formal announcement of her OFENING. This event is one of signal importance to Hr. f.tdiP' of Havs. i'UESDAY & Vv LijNEiSDAX, MARCH 22, 23, And will be in all respects an exhibition equal to the products ot the best designers. A cordial invitation is extended to the Ladies of Havs and vicinity to attend tf g f lg 1 Never has our store been so crowded with new goods, Almost un impossibility to find a place to put them. We have bought s 'man eooda with an object in view to sell more goods it rjo4 t3y lnan ever before and we are goihg to do it. WflTOH MS! New nobby tailor suits, New silk coats, New Ladies' waists, New wool dress skirts, New laces and embroideries. New neck we...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 March 1904

THE FREE PRESS. HARltt FREEZE. Pab. BAYS CITY, EAKS KANSAS COMMENT. A Roixnr: B:nk. Three Xewton people have had arras broken on the roller skating rinlc. Pkb Capita ix Kashas. The hanks of Kansas carry about 100 million dol lars, or over f 00 per capita. In Tkn Min'UTK.h. A Newton tele graph operator received four messages of death in ten minutes and Kent one. That Siiowkk. The heavy, though hhort rain on the night of March 9, was general over Southwestern Kansas. : Diamonds Not Exkiiit. Judge Enoch, of Wichita, decides that dia monds are exempt from attachment, as they are not wearing apparel. Many Marriagks. Leavenworth is called the "Gretna Green" of Kansas City. In the past 14 months S3 3 Kan sas City couples have been married there. Wem-hoi-rk Says. Judge Fred Well house, the "apple king," says "this is going to be a great apple year. I pre dict that 1004 will be a record breaker for Kansas." Sold For $1,000. The black horse which Col. J. W. F. Hughes, of Topeka, old to J. F. ...

Publication Title: Free Press
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