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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 May 1904

r Publishing all the Official news oi Ellis county. time Advocating the best interest; of Ellis county all VOL. 22. HAKRY FREES E, NO. l . Edttob & PUBLISHES. City of Hays, Kansas. May 21, 1904. $1. a year. Best ADYEsnsrira Pafe3 in Cox . Patronized by the Huskiest Jlen i 4 on HATS next week. at The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E, Church will meet with Mrs. Craig next Wednesday afternoon. May 25. - Judgo Reeder and Court Ste nographer Graham who have been holding court at Russell the first of the week returned Wednesday evening. Our foimer M. E. pastor, Rev. Jordan, now ot Hill Citv, was in town Wednesday. Rev. Gunkle, the Methodist minister of WaKeen cy was also hero. Miss Sutton entertained the Pres byterian Christian Endeavor in honor of the High School gradu ates, Ruth Brown, Myrtle Wyatt. Henrietta Meyer and Lawrence Taylor, on Tuesday evening. That the hostess is a royal entertainer was demonstrated- by the many good reports of those present. STATE NORMAL COMMENCEMENT. On...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 May 1904

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, FoblUher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT. Old Maids. A convention of spin sters is to be held ;it Liberal soon-. Santa Fk iMritovKMEXTS. The Santa Fe company will spend 8200,000 in improvements at Newton this year. For Plants and Gn.isls. The ceme tery at Florence has had a fine well put down, with a tank and windmill. Rock Salt Sou vkxib. From Kins man the Kansas City wholesalers re ported crops in fine bhape. The visit ors were each gi ven a rock salt watch charm. Boxmakkrs Stiiikk. At least they threaten to strike. The two box fac tories at Armourdale work nearly 200 men. Their particular grievance is that their union is not recognized. Wiihat a Yaiu) High. At Pretty Trairie J. M. IJii-.li gave the Kansas Cit3' excursionists samples of growing wheat three feet tall and samples of Llueyrass that beat old Kentucky. Jutgk Arroi.VTKD. Governor I'aile' Itas appointed II. L. King-, count- at torn of Marion county, judge of the Eighth judicial district to ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 May 1904

"I Ilavo Every rncaoon f o Praiao Po-ru-na," - '. " WRITES, MRS; KANE, OF CHICAGO. til j 3 ?v to- HiM IikLiijJ., Mrs. K. Kane, 173 Sebor Street, Chicago, 111., writes: Peruna has been used so lonsr In 1 our family that I do not know how it could get along without IL I have jirpil a at Oil ll J KUIIMI VII w different times when they Buffered with croup, colds and the many nil ' meats that children are subject to, and am pleased to $ay that It has 'kept them In splendid health. I bare also used It for a catarrhal difficulty of long standing and it cured me In a short time, so I hare every reason to praise Peruna." Mrs. K. Kane. Pc-ru-na Protects the Entire House hold Against Catarrhal Diseases. One of the greatest foes with which, every family has to contend is our changeable climate. To protect the family from colds and coughs is always & serious problem, and often impossible. Sooner or later it xa the inevitable -fate of every one to catch cold. Care in avoiding' exjHjsure and t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 May 1904

DR. JORDAN OflSce over Ryan's store. Hays, Phone 3&. VIEWS OF THE WORLD'S FAIR. tor rent. 25 by 65 on corner ot Chestnut &' Juniata streets Legal papers drawn VThen you want ,iny deeds, or mortgages, laud contracts or agree ment drawn carefully at reasona ble charges, come to this office. Also anv Notary work. If you have land or property to sell or rent be sure to list it with us at this office. Hjutv Freese, Notiirv Public VVinciiniH anc! C ffp SAMPSON, CEMPSTER & YANELESS MILLS. HE ASKS FOR A SHAKE OF YOUR PATRONAGE. All kiDds of Drain and Culvert TILLING. At the former Wolf Binder shop, Hays. WABASH T "World's Fair Koute" Only Line to World's Fair Main Entrance. FIVE Daily Trains from Kansas City. Shortest Line. Ash Your Aoent WABASH. H. C. Shields. Trav. Pass. A pent. Kansas uu uu Lilly wagon, the best made, go to Schlyer's, For a new Carriage of any kind the best can be had at Schlyer's, IF you want to buy any kind of Farm machinery, oil or wire dont buy until you ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 May 1904

Publishing all the Official news ol Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis count) all the time VOL, 22. HAH BY FREESE. NO. 1 Editok & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. May 28, 1904. SI. a year. Best Aoyestxsino Papes in Co; Patronized by the, Jiusinest Jlcn Miss Ruby Taylor has returned home from her Missouri school. Peter- Rupp Sr. 13 to marry the widow Anna Goetz of Munjor. A Special sale on HATS Miss DEAN's all next week. at Nulton's have a nephew from Pennsylvania visiting them, Vogel is selling a dandy Cattle YOKE Go see it. Gold Spects Lost, by a hard working farmer who would bo very thankful it left at this office. Tho pump house on top of the It. R, water softener bavin? been completed last week is now being painted. Tho Library will bo open on?y on Saturday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. after Juno 1st during the summer months. Our old timer Art Noble has been sent hero as Agent of the Railroad, agent Bell returning to Kanopohd. Tho will of Mr Decker was pro b...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 May 1904

THE FREE PRESS UAURI FREEZE, Publisher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT. A IiANJfKU Cltoi'. Neosoho county erpects to have the banner crop of its existence this year. Another Greatest. The greatest oil well in the Kansas field was recent ly shot near Humboldt. 315 ,1'roducixo Wki.i.s. Neosho county claims to have 31" producing oil wells not to mention the wild eats. Kilt.kd BV A IJr.ow. A coroners' jury at Neodesha decides that Sherman Howard died from a blow on the head from Robert Kelley's fist. Teachers' Wages. In the matter of salaries paid to high school teachers Kansas City, Kansas, stands at the bottom of a list of tif ty-eight cities. Young Cocklkbi'ks. The farmers around Simpson are losing number of cattle from eating young eoekleburs. Young cockleburs are said to be very poisonous. Paoi.a Has Has. Oil was f-truck on the Robert Ay res farm near l'aola at the first gas sand 215 feet down. The well averages twenty-five barrels a ' A I'ionker I)i:ai. Jonas lianfield, a pionee...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 May 1904

T v.- 7 A prominent club fort!:!, of St. Joseph, -was cured ol minncr ' 4 Si its accompanvinsr pains and misery bv Lydia E Pinkriam's Vegetable Compound "Deaix Mrs. Pinkham: Lifo looks dark indeed when a woman feels that her strength is fading away and sho has no hopes of ever being restored. Such was my feeling a few months ago when I was advised that my poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling- of the womb. The words sounded like a knell to me, I felt that my sun had Bet ; but Liydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound came to me as an elixir of -life; it restored the lost forces and built me up until, my 'cood health returned to me. For four months I took the medicine daily and each dose added health and strength. I am so thankful for the help I obtained through its use." Mrs. Florence Dantobth, ' 1007 Miles Ave., St. Joseph, Mich. A medicine that has restored so many women to health and can produce proof of the fact must be regarded, with respect. This la the record of Lydia E...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 May 1904

Ed Eea and Wra. Hall each with h9 better half, left Saturday even ids for a visit to the World's Fair. ilenry Meyers will probably go next week, Henry Winters goes next week and Kev. Weist in July, Mus Freda Sen waller and sister are also taking in the sights at the Expo. Krueger and daughters, Editor Mulroy aad Will Hesse have re turned from thir trip there. Mrs. Wm. Madden and George Grass "have both returned from their World's Fair visit. Now that wo have returned wt are continually asked "How wa the World's Fair? Is it as fiu as represented? Is it a mob u sharks and fakes after your money and is it safe to send our children. And we answer: It is perfect!) grand, grander fur tbuu represen ted. As vou enter the ground before you loom up the magniticeu. buildiugo, covering ucreo & acre eoibettiahed una turrouudcd wilt. beHUliful btuiuury. On ine mm., avvuue the immense watertaiis. with 40,000 gallons a minute ruh ing over the csocbdes; on tbe Jakt fail moving gondolas and launc...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 June 1904

Publishing all the Official news ol Ellis cou Advocating the best interests of Ellis county ; the time VOL, NO. 22. HARRY FEEESE, 1 EDITOB & PUBLISHES. City of Hays, Kansas. June 4, 1904. $1. a year. Western Kansas EXGURSION JUNE 20th. So much if being said, and so many talking about the St Louis World's Fair that we this week give you the announcement ot the Excursion we have arranged tor Western Kannsas (Russell, Ellis, Now that wo have returned we are continually asked "How was the World's Fair? Is it as fine as represented? Is it a mob of sharks and fakes alter your money and is it safe to send our children? And we answer: It is perfectly grand, grander far than represen ted. As you enter the crounds and the western & adjoining coun- u i i ZLm Tin l fin nil nr visit inn h ynnoit irn 1 :i o flmfhnilnint,, rnVprinrrnvr iooa "uimiBgSj covering acres acres, P n embellished and surrounded acres, or u sections oi land . An exhibit worth untold mil lions, and cost 40 million do...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 June 1904

THE FREE PRESS II A KEY FREEZE, IoblUher. IIAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT. M ulbkrri KR. The mulberry groves of Pratt are loaded with fruit. Wiin Gkksk Tamkd. Win. McNee, of Cottonwood Falls, crippled the wing's and captured 20 wild geese and hs tamed them so they are content ed!" Ht Gas to Spark. The mayors of 'Jlie towns in the Kansas oil belt held a meeting" at Chanute to frame a pro test against the piping- of gas out of the state. Gex. Milks Again. General Nelson A. Miles once sunk a fortune in a coal mine development in Ellis county. Now he proposes to get even iu the Kansas oil fields. Whkt SrtiPMEjrrs. Morland, a little station in Graham eount3", has shipped 372,000 bushels of wheat since the last harvest and there is stiil plenty more theee in the bins. Govkrxok's Garden. It is said to be the best garden in Topeka. Gov ernor Ilailey works in his garden one hour each day and keeps his family well supplied with vegetables. Plaintiff Pats Costs. The mayor of Kiowa, T. V. Iii...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 June 1904

U. S. SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA Recommends Pe-ru-na For Dyspepsia and Stomach Trouble. Ex-Senator M. C. Butler. If youlo not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of lVruna, write at onic to Dr. JIartman, giving1 a ti) statement of your ease, and lie will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice pratis. Address Dr. Hartman, I'resident of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. PILES NO MONEY TILL CURED. 25 years established. We scad KKEt and postpaid a 20 J pate treatise on Piles, FUtaU rod OUtisesot the Bectnm; also 100 pafe iilus. treatise on diseases of Women. . Of Ite tieusands cored by our mild method, moat paid a cent till cured we fnroiib their nanus on application. DRS. THORNTON & MINOR, 1030 Oak St.. Kansas Crty, Mo. lincolnfiaint! HEW PENSION LAWS SENT A.pplj to NATHAN lilCRFOKO, Ola IT SL, FARMERS, MERCHANTS, MECHANICS can make from one to five thousand dollars per year, with promotions to managers for those who are capable. Address, S. E. BARBER, Mgr...

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

BUY A High School Annual, at this Office. Price 25 cts. . Another fine shower was enjoyed in this 'neck of woods on Inurs day afternoon. Miss Lucv Snvder. havincr crrad uated at our High school and the State Normal school here, now goes ts the State Normal at Km poria. ARE YOU planning to visit the World's Fair at St Louis? Would you like a safe, quiet, comfortable lodging place, with good board, at low rates? You can find them with the best associ ations at the "Tented City in the Leafy Grove" eight minutes ride tor the Fair. For further particu lars write or see M. E. Simmons, Local Agent. North Hays, Kan. TENUIS TOURNAMENTS- IIAYS VS WAKEENET. Frank Motz and John Freese. representing the tennis clubs of Hays, went to WaKeeney on Dec oration Dry for a meet with the doubles champions there. The WaKeeney people altho' royal en tertainers, were strangers -to tennis and Motz and Freese easily defeat ed Prof. Mull and Loy Hiskey. Score: .6-0, 6-0, 6-4. The boys could not say enough abo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 June 1904

'VI "tishing all the Official news ol Ellis cou Advocating the best interests of Ellis country i the time VOL, 22. HAHRY FREESE, NO. 1 Editor & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. June 11, 1904. $1. a year. Best Adfbbtosing Pafxb m Co; P&renised by iAe JSMtmem Give you another day Passenger Agents Frawley of the U. P-, and Cooper of the Alton were here this week to prepare for the Excursion of 20th and gran ted another day at the Fair, so those who desire can remain unti Monday night, giying 6 Fall, long days at the Fair, and Sunday see ing the city. Or You can como home sooner or stop at KaD3as city or near there until Tuesday morning train, 28th. and all for about $11 railroad fare for the round trip, saving You $10, enuf to pay Your Lodging & breakfast. So dont miss this chance if You want to go or send any of Your family. The people were surprised last Saturday at the announcement of the wonderful low rate ihe railroad had given to the World's Fair for the Excursion on ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 June 1904

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, Publisher. IIAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT. Juvr A Yeah Ago. The Hutchinson Bee recalls that just a j-ear ago Decora tion day occurred the flood that cov ered tho streets of that city for a week. Passknokiw Sti:andei. Two Santa Fe trains and a train of the Missouri Pacific, with hundreds of passengers, were stranded between . two washouts east of Malvern. iNTKRFKKKfl WlTH MAILS. Most of the rural route carriers in the flooded district along the Cottonwood and Neosho rivers were unable to make their route for a while. First Votk Illegal. The election to revote the bonds for waterworks, light plant and natural gas investiga tions at Winfield, has been called for June 28. The, first vote was illegal. Victims Smashkd Oners. A circus at Turon did much "grafting and "shortchange" work. In return the victims chased the show from the town Bite and smashed the mirrored wagons. Has Turek Elkvators. The W. M. Chelf Elevator company is building a 20,000 capacitj e...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 June 1904

I Y - S' DOCTOR ADVOCATED OPERATION PE-RU-NA MADE KNIFE UNNECESSARY. MRS. EVA BARTIIO, 133 East 12th St., New York City, ST. Y., writes: I suffered lor three years with leu corrhea and ulceration of the womb. The doctor advocated an operation which I dreaded very much, and strong ly objected to go tinder it. Now I am a changed woman. Peruna cured me; it took nine bottles, but I felt so much improved I kept taking it, as I dreaded an operation so much. I am to-day in perfect health and have not felt so well xor fifteen years." Mrs. EvaBartho. Mrs. Senator Roach, of Larl more, N. Dak.; Mrs. Senator War ren, of Cheyenne, Wyo.; Belva Lockwood and Mrs. General Long' street, of Washington, D. C, are among the prominent ladles who indorse Peruna. Miss Helen Iiolof, Kaukauna, Wis., writes: "Several times during the past two years or more my 63'stem has been greatly in need of a tonic, and at those times Peruna has been of great help in building up the system, restoring my appetite and secur...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 June 1904

Bead Gassman's cow ad. McLain and his men are "now plastering the Schijer building. Note the adver of a farm near Ellis for sale. A great bargain. Mrs. Jacob, Feitz is building a new residence on their farm in Pleasant hill. Leroy Jadd has returned to Hays again 'There's no place like Hays'. Leonard Wolfe is now washing bottles for the Hays Cty Bottling Works. The R.R. have taken down the wheel cf their bier windmill for repairs. Dave Taylor has bought the for mer Wolt "Binder shop buildinar, now occupied by Crocker. Wheat fields are looking per fectly grand and be cut early in July. Quite a lot of wheat is being brought in now, farmers cleaning out their granaries before harvest, At the latest census of Hays the population numbered 2500. Quite an increase over the previous enumeration. John Hall proved up on his son's homestead on Monday. Ben Huser also proved up his, out in Victoria township. Peter Johnson and sons Tues day brooght their threshing ma chine engine to bo put in shap...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 June 1904

T-Sv - y - - - - - - Publishing all the Oilicial news ol Ellis cou - ' all the time Advocating the best interests of Ellis coui i A .VOL. 22. HAEBY FREESE, . NO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. June 18, 1904. 1. a year. Best Advebtisinq Papkb iji Co; Patronized by the a us truss Jlesi Excursion on Monday. Quite a number of our citizens, ladies and children are arranging their plans to go to the World's Fair on the ESS" EXCURSION hNE Next Monday morning by the morning train. Back in plenty of timo before harvest. Dont miss this cheap excursion, wc guarantee You wont have s cheaper one. Saves enousht to pap Your board bill while there. Can stop in Kan sascity a few days on yonr way back. Next Wednesday is the Nation al Holiday, like our 4th ot July, fcr Sweden, and will be celebrated in great style at the World's fair and 25.000 of her prominent pen Ie from all over the U. f. will there to join in the parade, the May poie and speaking, so our ex cursionists will tco it...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 June 1904

THE FREE PRESS BABBT FREEZE, Publisher. HAYS CITY, . ' - KANSAS S1ANSAS COMMENT. First Dkatii vs Fiftt Years. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johnston, of Wichita, lost a grandchild by death at Indianap olis, Ind., recently. This is the first death for fifty years in the Johnston family. Seven Counties Rkpresentkd. The Saline county normal institute opened at Salina with 110 enrolled. Besides Saline, Mitchell, Republic, Phillips, Lincoln, McPherson and Ottawa coun ties are represented in the enrollment. Oil at Gabxett. A good thirty to flfty-.barrel oil well was struck six miles northwest of Garnett The well is a strong1 one and in practically au undeveloped and new section. New companies are being formed and other wells will be put down at once. Strike Situation. So far as the Etrike situation in Topeka is concerned there is no perceptible change. The shops are full of men and the Santa Fe officials say they are pood ones. The road is not doing a big- freight business at present but officials s...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 June 1904

r 'Y 7aSMct4 with Thcnpscn's.Ejo Hater on eyes, in f'llEV. PENSION LAVSlSS Apply to SATKAN BICEFORD, 014 F hit Washington. I. C WJpq Stick LAUNDRY PLCEv I'l pill. bre.lt. freeze nor ipot clothe. Won' Costa 10c and equals 2uc worth of any other bluing Whcrretfs CH1GGER Cure For CHIGGER. SPIDER. MOSOUITO and other INSECT CITES. TIMPLES, It ASH.PKICELY HEAT, POISOX IVV. ECZEMA and all ERUPTIVE EK1N DISEASES yield quickly to lU soothing lujuecc. At Dnigglu. Price 25 ccnti. The O.E. Wherrelt Co..Alchiton, Kan. One Night Treatment with Soak the feet or hands on retiring in a strong hot, creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAP. Dry, arid arioint freely with CUTICURA OINTMENT, the great skin cure and purest of emollients. Bandage lightly in old, soft cotton or linen. For itching, turning, and scaling ec zema, rashes, inflamma tion, and chafing, for red ness, roughness, cracks, and fissures, with brittle, shapeless nails, this treat ment is simply wonderful, frequently curing in one night. Gomplf. Tl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 June 1904

James Behan, sr. has bought the former. Joe Wilson residenco on JBast Juniata st., of Alex Philip, and ho will soon Lave it fixed up. Druggist Haikness has bought the Jordan cottage on East Normal Avenue, now occupied by Roen feldt. Monroo Stainer has secured a valuable job with a silver mining company at Bingham, Utah, and left for there Wednesday eve. - Our first team challenged the Ft. Riley baseball club for a game hero this Sunday, but the soldier laddies could not como. Next week, during the absence of the prop , the Free Press will bo edited by the combination Known as Freese & Ryan. The first story of Stamer's new brick building on N, Chestnut is completed and the brick layers are now rushing matters on story np. 2. BUY" A High School Annual, at this Office. Price 25 cts. The baseball team ct the Arm strong R, R. Shops (in the suburbs of Kansas City, Ivans ) will play ball in Ellis against the hirst nine of that place, tomorrow (Sunday). Bte celebrations will be held bot...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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