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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 June 1904

Publishing all the Official news oJ Ellis coa r Advocating the best interests of Ellis count '".31" the time VOL. 22, . HAERY FREESE, l0. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. June 25, 1904. il. a year. Best Adyestesixq Papes m Co: Patronized hy the nusiruss Men frcvirr ? I - J. 1 i y V r. : i I i; Hi i i is I I I I ' i . This vicinity enjoyed a fine ram early Tuesday morning. Yost's office has been tinned to match the mill and warehouse. A sitter ot Prof. Picken is visit ing with him this week. SwimBifxis is a favorite resort of tho hoys this hot werther. Mr and Mrs. Penney left Fri day evening for a trip to the Fair at St. Louis. jOtto Recmsnydcr carted oat the poles and will soon have a tele phone Jine to bis residence. v Mrs. Adkins has been enjoying i the eights at the big St. Louis , Fair this week. v 1 i ' ' . -t . 1 TIT . 1 .11 m 31JS3 ureriruue tvara win re tarn from her visit ter Excelsior Springs this Sunday nifrht " Mrs. Picken now takes her friends riding in a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 June 1904

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, PnblUher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT. Roof Tonx Off. The Methodist church at Udall lost the roof off its church building1. The loss is $250. Ox AG A Amiutiol-s. This Pottawato mie county town has grown to the point of planning to build a new opera house. Old Settlers Picnic. About three thousand persons attended the Ed wards county old settlers' picnic at Kinsley. Kinui.t Rkceivki. Since the depor tation of miners began from the Colo 'rado strike district, district board No. 14, with headquarters at Pittsburg-, is anticipating- the arrival of many of them. The Colorado miners will be kindly received by the miners and dis trict board. New Elk Lodge. The Ottawa herd of Elks, to the humber of eighty, leaded by the Gormly band, went to Osawatomie and instituted a new lodge. Among the members of the Osawatomi lodge are Editors Clevcn-g-er and'Slills, of the Graphic and Globe respectively, and nearly all the division officers of the Missouri Pacific. 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. — 25 June 1904

Triplets Pa3' Fcur-Gcore. -Triplets 80 years old celebrated their birthday recently in Hillsdale, parish of Upfcam, near Moncton, N. B. The three have lived in the same place all their Uvea. They are Rich ard, James and Deborah De Bow, the children of William De Bow. A num ber of relatives and friends waited upon the triplets and presented to them a purse of nioney. The triplets are all in good health and appear to have a good chance of reaching the century mark. Lincoln's Passes Net Honored. Lincoln's humor got him out of try ing situations and tempered his re fusal of favors, as happened during the civil war when a gentleman asl:3d him for a pass through the federal lines to Richmond. "I should bo happy to oblige you," said Lincoln, "if my passes were respected. But the fact Is. within the last two years I have given passes to Richmond to 250,000 men, and not one ha3 got there yet." Some men only feel like working1 when there is nothing for them to do. Superior quality and extra q...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 June 1904

HAYS CITY, THE METROPOLIS. Who says Hays 13 not building up fast? In the last three ytuis we have built up a State Normal School, an Experiment Station and Agricul tural College, a new flour mill the largest and best in Western Kan sas, two elevators, four . new business buildings and as many more under construction, a new post office, and many new residen ces ' Not le?s than tweBty new brick and cement sidewalks have been laid in Hays during the past year alone. Automobiles are no longer a nove'ty. In fact our Hays people will no longer so much as even look up from their work -to sco 'red deviP go whizzing past. Why, at the present ratot ot increase, thcnexMgeueration will SCO HAVS CITY'TlIEMETROrOLIS of the Central West! Our posterity will not be,satisfil with uur'.brick or our cement walks, ournaturc paved streets, but they must .walk on asphalt.sidewalks addtakethcir evening drives in Normal-ana a tew other parks. Automobiles will drive down Chestnut St. , and Normal Ave. on pav...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 2 July 1904

Publishing all the Official news of Ellis ecu Advocating the best interests of Ellis counr all the time VOL. 22. HARRY FREES E, NO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. July 2, 1904. 1. a year. Best Advebtistno Paper in Co Patronized hi ite tfusincss Men ll r P rr .V . ie reprci io report the very serious innesa or Jim Jbaumer. C IjOU of our young men go out io me Harvest helds next week. A httlo brother of N. P. Gass- man is visiting iiim this week. Ou Band now find that they cannot go to LaCrosse on the 4th . Commissioners meet Monday. Hand in Your bills to day John CaveDdar has been here this week visitinsr his mother. Mrs. Farley is visitinsr the Fair thi3 week. Two inches of ram is reported as havincr fallen "Wednesday morninsr. Yost's new steam condenser has Our Methodist a have had all the weeds cut around their church. been completed. trivance. It's quite a con- P1ERCE, the machinery man. has moved to his new building op Staate has erected 8 much needed 1 2nd stre...

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

THE FREE PRESS II A BR Y VBEEZE, PublUher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS The typhoid microbes are pretty wideawake, but they are very easily taken in. However, Mr. and Mrs. Mosquito are still laughing in their sleeves at the eminent scientists. After a man takes more than $5,000 they quit calling it stealing and refer to it as embezzlement. An observer says that the earnings of married women are decreasing. How about their expenditures? The mental anguish of a dry man in a wet district is exceeded only by that of a wet man in a dry district. Now that "Josh Billings" is deaci. Prof. Davy Jones of Lancaster ckilms to be the "greatest English speller' living. This talk about the uselessness of the veriform appendix is very fool ish. It's exceedingly useful to the doctors. Ttie Dnlc rf Duchess of Mrlbor ough are reported to be living apart. There are only a few happy American duchesses leit. The Pennsylvania clergyman -who shot at a burglar the other day and hit him has earned the thanks of the ent...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 2 July 1904

A REASON FOR SICKNESS. Healthy kidney take from the blood every 24 hours 50C- grains of impure, pois onous matter more than enough to cause death. Weakened kidneys leave this waste In the blood, and you are soon sick. To get well, cure tbe kidneys with Doau's Kidney Pills, the great kidney specific. Mrs. J. H. Dowles of 118 Core St., Durham. N. C says: 1 was sick and bedfast for over nlno months, and the doctor who attende.l me said u:i- less I submitted to an operation fm gravel I would never be welL I would !not corsent to that and so continued to suffer. My back was so weak I could not stand or walk, and it aches constantly. The first day after I. be gan using Doan's Kidney Pills I felt relief, and ji a short time I was up and around the same as ever, free from backache' A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mrs. Bowles will be mailed to any part of the United States. Address Foster-MIl-'burn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by all .dealers; price 50 cents rer box. The o...

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

solicits your patronage, at his new RESTAURANT. Bill of Fare.-i Pie, Sandwiches, Hot Coffee Cold Drinks Cigars Ice-Cream Meat Orders, of all kinds, Etc. All Orders promptly filled. We do our best to satisfy you. Commissioners jrroceeamge. Board of County commissioners met on June ISth 1904 in special session to consider the bids' and contract for a bridge across North Fork southwest of Victoria. All the members were present and the following bids examined. Topeka Bridge & Iron Co, without iloor plan 1 $429. ditto plan 2 472, Missouri Valley bridge Co, 655. Kansas city bridge Co. Plan 1 $530 Plan 2 3 504 4 5 5G1 0 7 408 On motion contract awarded to Kansas city bridge Co. for Plan 2 tor $030 and Chairman authorized fo sign contract. In the opposite late the H. C. Schultz Jewelry Store, Windsor Hotel. $030 561 427 F B Brunsrardt is writing Hail Insurance for the St. Paul at Victoria and J H. Bruney is writ mg for tec same company at Wal kcr, Kansas. This is the Com pany that alway...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 July 1904

Publishing all the Official news of Ellis county. Advocating the best interests n of JEUis count all the time HAS BY FREES E, Edito3 & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. July 9, tr6 Z2 VOL. 22. HO. 1 i9o i : iV" $1. a year. Best Adyestotng Papeb e? Co Patronized by tfie nusiness Men Miles Mulroy has come home sick from his stay in California. Rocnfcldt moved to his new home im the Binder hou6e. The west end of the coanty had a heavy ram Monday night Mrs Charlie Blick Kerfus is here visiting her parents. The west end of the county was visited by another hail this week. I M Yost and family are spend ing the week at the Big Fair. Our old timer, Johnv Maberly, is here from eastern Kansas help ing in the harvest. Miss Lottie Brown has gone out to Trego county to visit with Miss Taylor. So far this year harvest hands have been plenty at $2 to $3 a day. . One of the Boys in Blue was ex a mined for an increase by the Pen sion board here on Wednesday. Monday was again the pension voucher d...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 July 1904

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, PoblUher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT. Waterworks Commenced. Work has been commenced on the water works at Cordell. A force of men is working on a well thirty-two feet in diameter and the same depth. Good Bye Crops. A four-inch rain again flooded the creek and river bot toms at Emporia. This is the third time this year, and practically wipes out all prospect, for crops on the low lands. -; Dance For a Month. The fullblood Creeks In the vicinity of the Ar'oeka square grounds, near Senora, I. T., have begun their annual fire dance3. Yardika IIarjo,an aed. Indian medi cine man, is in charge of the cere monies, which last from sunset till Bunrise during two successive nights. These dances will continue for about two months. - - Outlook Never Better. John Keif ner, a resident of Garden Plain,said in Wichita that wheat will make 25 bushels per acre In the vicinity, of Garden Plain, and that the. general outlook was never, better for all of the crops, addi...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 July 1904

it. 4 DO TODR CLOTHES LOOK YELLOW? If so, use Red Cross Ball Blue. It will make them xt hi to &s snow. 3 oz. package 5 cents. Every' blonde carries her ovra head light. ; A loafer is never able to realize that a busy man ha3 anything to do. The Best Results In, Starching can be obtained only by using De fiance Starch, besides petting 4 oz. ' more for same money no cooking re quired. -'. Beauty is often one woman's thorn in another woman's flsh. Do You Want the Lowest Rates t either one-way or round-trip excursion, to any point east of Chicago or St. Louis?' Ask tke Erie Railroad Com pany, 555 Railway Exchange. Chicatro, for complete information. Three fast trains . daily from Chicago and St. Liouis through to New York, Boston, Buffalo. Pittsburgh and other eastern points. Stop-over without charge at Niagara Fall3, Cambridge Springs and Beautiful Chautauqua Lake. Blind people seem to have a monop oly of love at first sight. Poverty is a grindstone on which many wits are sharpened...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 July 1904

solicits your patronage, at his new RESTAURANT. Bill of Pie, Hot Coffee Cigars Meat Orders, All Orders promptly filled. In the late H. C. Schultz Jewelry Store, opposite the Windsor Hotel. Insure Yoilf against hail Time will be given if desired. MAGAZINE FOR YOUNG FOLKS, $1.00 A YEAR; 10c. A C3PY. Toilettes Fashion Go. 26 EAST 224 STKEBT. NEW Y0AK. r -JiL L DOOK8CLLE &A2k Onr fee returned it we fail. Any one sesdin Vetch and description of any invention wil promptly receive our opinion free concerning the patentability of same ' Bow to Obtain a Patent" sent upon request. Patents secured hrrmcVi ni advertised for sale at our exlens. Patents taken out through us receive tpecial notice, without charge, in Tub Patent Record, an illustrated and widely circulated journal. consulted by Manufacturers ana investors. s Scad for sample copy FREE. Address, VICTOR J. EVAbS & CO. liM Bulldlnr. WACHlrfdTON'i 07 O Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble. Kidney trouble pre...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 July 1904

Publishing all the Official news of Ellis county. Advocating the best interests )t Ellis count) ail the time VOL. 22. HARRY FREES E, NO. 1 Editos & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. July 16, 1904. 11. a year. Best Adyebtistngi Papeb in Cox Patronised by iha n usincss Men Bijj creek went up ten foot last week from tho heavy rains west. cMiss Ketta Freese is expected home next week on a vacation. Andy Spradley has graduated from his elevator job at Toulon. Dftve Nickles is putting up an awning in tront of his Post office building. Miss Clara Rauch of Colorado is here visiting her Bister, Mrs. Frank Strailey. Peter Rasmussen of tho Saline, has bought a meat market and is running it in Plainville. Traffic on our railroad has again got down to its usual work and long freight trains are being both ways. People are beginning to say it is time tho high weeds along our streets and sidewalks were cut. as they are big and unsightly. The Saline country had heavy local showers both Thursday a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 July 1904

THE FREE PRESS BARRY FREEZE, PoblUher. BAYS CITY, KANSAS Cheer up! The Texas yield of -watermelons will very ccoa be S.COO.COO a day. Perhaps some day the marriage ceremony will read: '"Till death ci divorce do you part." An automobile race la which no lives are lost Is almost too tame to be designated as "sport." Two pests possibly miq;nt bo abated if the gypsy moth and the boll weevil could be turned loose on each other. Haiti continues to furnish substan tial ground for the theory that it is in for a spanking one cf these fine days. Imprisonment having become a tame story, our war correspondents are new setting themselves shot as spies almost. Vith 100.000 more men than wom en in Canada, the necessity for reci procity with the United States needs no further argument. It is not true that the colleg3 motto is: Cast your honorary degrees upon the waters, and legacies shall return to you after many days. Three hundred more people have been hurt in toy pistol accidents. Sac rifices on...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 July 1904

If you don't gret the biggest and fcest It's your own fault. Defiance Starch la for sale everywhere and there Is positively nothing to equal it in quai . lty or quantity. Record for Railway Crowding. Twenty-rfive persons recently trav eled in a single carriage in the Lon don, Tilbury and South End railroad. WELL WORTH SEEING One of the most interesting exhibits among the many of all kinds at tho Louisi ana purchase Exposition in St. Louis is that of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, of New Haven, Conn., manu facturers of repeating rifles and shotguns and all kinds of ammunition. The exhibit was in readiness and was opened on the first day of the fair, a fact that clearly illustrates the enterprise and up-to-date methods of the company behind it. It is the aim of the Winchester Repeating Arms Company to show at their exhibit the hicra .development which they have reached in the making of guns ana ammunition, and one needs only to see the exhibit to realize bow near to perfection...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 July 1904

Wis solicits your patronage, at his new RESTAUR ANT. Bill of Pie, Hot Coffee -Cold Drinks Cigars Ice-Cream Meat Orders, of all kinds, Etc. All Orders promptly filled, We do our best to satisfy you. In the late H. C. Schultz Jewelry Store, opposite the Windsor Hotel. For the BEST Wall paper, Baby carriages. Picture frames. go to the store n n j i OR uju u Pin) All kinds of Furniture made to order, and Repairing neatly done by experienc ed workmen at lowest prices. The largest stock of Wall paper just recei ved. Good paper at 5 cts a roll. Window Shades on spring rollers, complete at 15 cents. A full line of Carpet samples from 2 of the leading Carpet houses for your selection, from which Carpets will be sold at lowest market price. Call and see for yourselves; WISCONSIN Contain more tnan 10,000 lakes, nearlv all of which are ideal summer resorts. They are reached quickly, comfortably and inexpensively by the !caao, TuHilujauEree & Sf Paul 1 The Southwest Limited, the new electric...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 July 1904

Publishing all the Official news of Ellis county. all the time Advocating the best interests of Ellis com VOL, 22. HAEBY FREES E, NO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. July 23, 1904. SI. a year. Best Adykshsvsq Papes in Cos Patronized by ins Business Men 5 f X fLJi Vf V 1 V Patsy Dean has taken a trip to Oklahoma to vi3tt friends. Schlyer has received another car load ot headers. The glass front is in the Steiner new building and shows up fine. To morrow, Sunday afternoon, the noted Ellsworth ball team are to come here and play our club. Most of the farmers have finish ed harvesting and brought their men back to town. The news comes that Prot. Mat thew of our Normal school was married this week to a Texas lady Vail is new putting down a con crete pavement on both fronts of his new Steiner store building . Threshing has commenced in ev cry direction and now wheat is al ready coming to town. Dr. Cattudal has bought the lot on north Chestnut street, lately owned by Bellca...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 July 1904

THE FREE PRESS HABBT FBEEZE, FablUhor. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT f Pioneer Minister. The Rev. Samuel lO Pendleton, a pioneer Methodist minister In Kansas, and a trustee of the Baker university. Is dead at Bald win. Good Chance For Wheat. Heavy rains at Woodston, Kans., have dam aged the crops. Wheat Is not ripe enough to be damaged much, and har vest will begin in a few days. The prospects are favorable for a large yield. First New Wheat. The - first load of the new crop of wheat was brought to McPherson by Blackman brothers and was sold. The wheat tested fifty five pounds and had a good color. It sold for 75 cents. The machine meas ure runs fifteen bushels per acre. C Kansans Want Free Farms. Fif teen men left Eureka over the Mis souri Pacific, and the Santa Fe took out a number, with more to fol low, all bound for Yankton, South Dakota, to register for farms in the Rosebud reservation, which is being opened for settlement. Grasshoppers in Kansas. Grass hoppers are doing muc...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 July 1904

More Flexible and Lasting, xron't shake out or blow out; by using Defiance Starch you obtain better re sults than possible with any other brand and one-third more tor aame money.4., 4 3 . Diamond Production. The De Beers Company produces ninety-three per cent of the diamond output of the world. It pays an an nual dividend of 55 per cent on Its "common" stock. In the last year and a half it has raised the price of these necessities of life only five times, from ?4 to 35 per cent in" all. .Amer can Imports of diamonds have great ly decreased in consequence. Valuable Art Collection. Charles L. Pendleton of Providence, has given to the Rhode Island school of Design the art collection which he has gathered through a great many years of collecting. His collection comprises eighteenth century English and colonial furniture, pictures, an tique Chinese porcelains, Chinese china of the eighteenth century, early eighteenth century English pottery, antique rugs and sixteenth century textiles. A...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 July 1904

mi6 solicits yout patronage, at his new RESTAUR ANT. -Bill of Pie, Hot Coffee Cold Drinks Cigars Ice-Cream Meat Orders, of all kinds, Etc. All Orders promptly filled. We do our best to satisfy you. In the lateH. C. Schultz Jewelry Store, opposite the Windsor Hotel. For the BEST PfflYUnPT CARPETS, U x Wall paper, Baby earn aires. Picture frames. o fo 'the store mm, r ri mm A1J kinds of Furniture made to order, and Repairing neatly done by experienc ed workmen at lowest prices. The largest stock of Wall paper just recei ved. Good paper at 5 cts a roll. Window Shades on spring rollers, complete at 15 cents. . A full line of Carpet samples trom 2 of the leading Carpet houses for your selection, from which Carpets will be sold at lowest market price. Call and see for yourselves WISCONSIN Contain more tnan 10,000 lakes, nearlvall of which arc ideal summer resorts They are reached quickly, comfortably and inexpensively by the ilcago, Hiteaiskse t- Paul R The Southwest Limited, the new elec...

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