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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 October 1904

j Publishing all V tile Official news of Ellis county. Advocating the best interests of Ellis counts all the time. VOL. 22. HAURY FREES E, NO. 3S Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. October 8, 1904. 1. a year. Best ADVEaxisiNa Papes in Co Patronized by the jsusizess He: X Will Bemis took a trip to K.C. this week. J H Downing is now doing the writing in the Register's office. JSeth Decker spent Sunday here with his mother. Philip Jacobs is now assisting in the Co. clerk's office. Advertise. It pays. Try this offico for job printing A brother from Nebraska of Jerry Fellers ct Buckeye is here on a short visit. Eddie Ad km 3 is here after an absence of -i voars in Colorado. Looking big, healthy, splendid. Trustee Witt was up from Vic toria and will take in tho World's fair and a trip to his old home in Illinois. On Sunday Bemis, Mort Davis and Staab shipped 19 cars' of cat tie to the K. C. market. Get your Shoe Repairing dono at: ihes flnsemnn SVino SVirr Alii work quickly and...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 October 1904

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE. PoblUher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT New M. E. Church. The new Meth odist Episcopal church at Elbing will be dedicated on Sunday, October 9. Rev. Jerry D. Botkin will officiate. New Bank. The comptroller of the currency has approved the applica tion to organize the People's National bank of Sedan. The capital stock Is 525,000. Takes up Missionary. Rev. R. M. Ilardman. rector of the Trinity Epis copal church of Topeka, has resigned to take up the missionary work in South Dakota. Committed Suicide. Lee King, a farmer living near Harlan, lost his wife a year ago and last week his only daughter married. He commit ted suicide on being left alone. Corner Stone Laid. At Coffeyville the cornerstone of the new hall was laid on Sept. 29th by the local Masonic lodge. Grandmaster Thomas G. Fitch of Wichita officiating The buildng is to cost $25,000. Drank Laudanum. Neils Hansen, 65 years of age, a farmer living near Thayer, comitted suicide by drinking laudanu...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 October 1904

Many Children Are SIckTy. Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, used by Mother Gray, a nurse in Children's Home, New York, cure Summer Complaint, Peverishness,IIeadache,Stomach Troubles, Teething Disorders and Destroy Worms. At all Druggists', 2.1c. Sample mailed FltEHl Address Allen S. Olmsted. Le Itoy, N. Y. A new baby in a home makes the rest of the furniture look shabby. In order to appreciate youth one must get over on the shady side of 40. rt o o O O O O O O O o u o H t) o o u o O o e o 2 For Cupboard Corner 11 St. Jacobs Oil Straight, stronr, sure. Is the best household remedy (or Rheumatism Neuralgia Lumbago BacKache Sciatica Sprains Bruises Soreness Stiffness 3 8 Price 25c. and 50c BLINDNESS AND DEAFNESS CURED AT HOME Tf yoa have weak eyee. failing 1-bt.frrtinuiated lila, scums over the eea or Bore eyea of uir kind, catarrh or deafness, write full 1 Ti)ti.n of vour caae anU a, trial Uwlmaut will ba aeut you . ' FREE OF CHARGE. This trial treatment I. ml in an4 , -- .rni...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 8 October 1904

' JOS. RUNYON, DEALER IH : All kinds of Farm Implements. Wagons and buggies of the newest make. Ej?3See Our "Grand Detour" & "Ottowa" Wagons. Drills, Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. AGENT FOR PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO. Located in Lciker Store Building (with the Crocker Pump Shop) on S. Chestnut St. At HAYS. Al?o transact business at ELLIS About . 'SU !wil 111 mm vacatur Whether you aie going to the lake Wisconsin, Minnesota or Michigan, or i- tic Coaf-t resorts, or to Europe, ratej by ihe. ... resort of he Atlan- you shu.d ask for Chicago, Hilrjaubee& If Pay! lafcay D Summer tourist rates are now m effect to hun dreds of points, and no extra fare is charged on The Southwest Limited, the Train of Trains trom Kan sas City to Chicago. Leave Kansas City 5:55 tonight. Arrive Chicago S:55 to morrow morning. Union Stations in both cities Two stations in Kansas City Grand Avenue and Union Station. G. L COBB, SOUTHWESTERN PASSENGER AGENT. 907 MAIN ST., KANSAS CITY Things are getting mixed...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 October 1904

Publishing all the Official news of Ellis county. all the time. Advocating the best interests of Ellis cci VOL. 23 HAERY FREES E, NO. 40 ED1TOB & PUBLISHES. City of Hays, Kansas October 15, 1904. $1. a year. Best Advertising? Papsb in Co, Patronised by the JSusmcss If en. r Miss Rhoda Yost has returned homo' from heir trip to Illinois. Haivev Pennev has been down to the U.S. court as a grand juror. Don't forget. Drs. Jordan and Catudal are now located over the Citizens' State Bank. Jos. Runyon, jr. left Friday morning for a visit to Kansas City and the Fair. The Workman Lodge of this city have lately had a rustler here and took in 28 new members. Continental Creamery is now paying 20 cents for their cream at Hays. Ed Madden is building a fine, large, cattle dipping pen on his Smokey hill ranche. The Wilms boys are enjoying a visit from their father, who came Saturday from Nebraska. Get your Shoe Retatrixo done at the Gassmnn Shoe Shop. All work quickly and neatly done, at reason...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 October 1904

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, Publisher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT Skipped With Purse. II. Scott, a man arrested near Langford last week, charged with skipping with $300 that he was holding at the races at Larned has been taken back to Pawnee coun ty for a hearing. Kiw Car Service. At Cottonwood Falls the street car company Is lay ing a new track. They expect to make the track much heavier and when it is completed they will put on a larger car, which will be run by by a gasoline motor. To Wreck Train. An attempt to wreck passenger train No. S on the Santa Fe, at Raymond, a station 12 miles west of Sterling was frustrat ed by the carefulness of the engineer who discovered the switch lights out In time and stopped before reaching switches which were found to have been thrown open and locked. Sus picion points to some former railroad men and search is being made for the key that locked the switches. Strikers Hopeful A. E. Ireland, one of the leaders of the Santa Fe ma chinists' 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. — 15 October 1904

- Latin Alphabet. Our alphabet is derived from the primitive alphabet of Italy, which be longed : to the Western Greek type. As early probably as the ninth cen tury B. C. it was carried by the Chal cidians of Euboea, an island of Greece, to Cumae, near Naples, Italy. It became the parent of five local Italic alphabets the Oscan, the Etrus can, the Umbrian, the Faliscan and the Latin. Owing to the political su premacy of Rome the Latin ultimately displaced the other national scripts, of Italy, and became the alphabet of the Roman empire, and afterward l of Latin Christendom, thus spreading over Western Europe. America and Australia until it became the domi nant alphabet of the world. WHAT HOME THINKS THE POPE'S PHYSICIAN DORSES AN AMERICAN REMEDY. EN- Dr. LapponI Uses Dr. Williams' Pink Pills In His Practice Because Re sults Meet His Expectations. Dr. LapponI, the famous physician to the Vatican, whose name has re cently come so greatly" to the front on account of his unremitting att...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 15 October 1904

JOS. RUNYON, DEALER IN All kinds of Farm Implements. YTT 1 n II J I ilia CICUUUU WSUS UUU UIUCIB T)n(.L Wagons and buggies of the newest m doubt. There was no question er the i?bry make. We regret to record that Charley Miller withdrew from the democrat ic township ticket bofore it was filed, or to be real plain, was torc- ed to Withdraw because soine oth ers wouldn't stay on the ticket it he did, in fact, with him on there' his election was assured and others On and after next Tuesday evon ma, OeL lltb. tbo Havs Pablia Library will bo open from 1 to 9 o'clock . ALL EVENINGS of the week except Sunday & Mon day evenings. It will also be kept open Satur day afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock- be exchanged whenev See Our "Grand Detour" & "Ottowa" Wagons. Drills," Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. AGENT FOR PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO. Located in Lejker Store Building (with the Crocker Pump Shop) on S. Chestnut St. At HAYS. Also transact business at ELLIS brary is open. The .Reading tables a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 October 1904

Publishing all the Official news of Ellis county all the time. Advocating the best interests of Ellis count VOL. 22 HARRY FREES E. NO. 40 EDITOB & PUBLISHES. City of flays, Kansas. October 22, 1904. SI. a year. Best Advestxstnq Papes in Co. Patronized hy ifu jsusinczs ILsn It V Mrs; Staincr, while cast, -will visit friends in Ohio, Dr Catudal reports a fine baby boy out at Ella Morgan Eaton's, Jonah Nulton is brining fome splendid feed to our town. He had a big lot and fine weather to cut and cure it. The northwest part of the coun ty enjoyed a soaking rain this week civmg their wheat fields a splen did start. Karl Lei ker & wife, after their visit to the fair with the excursion went on a visit to Wisconsin. Elias Hoffman went to Ohio. Agent Noble was agreeably pur prised by a visit from his little sister and mother, Mrs, W. E Noble of Toganoxio. Get your Shoe Repairing dono at tho Gassman Shoe Shop. All work quickly and neatly done, at reasonable prices. Treasurer Joe Schae...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 October 1904

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, PoblUhr HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT Another Hole. The Kan-Okla Oil and Gas Developing company will also drill a hole near Arkansas City. Enough holes, and Arkansas City will yet strike the "real thing." Rural Route Carriers. Ed. J. Plaff and Jay R. Cox. of Ilazelton have been appointed rural route carriers out of Med. cine Lodge with these substitutes: Fred Plaff and Mrs. Nettle Cox. Forging Checks. After a prelimi nary hearing. C. E. Farrell. charged with forging and passing checks on banks where he had no money, was bound over to the district court. ' Brown County Pioneer. Dr. J. M. Cecil, for twenty-eight years a prac ticing physician in Brown county, is dead of heart trouble. He was 43 years old and Is wealthy. " lie is survived by only a widow. Missing Agent. A rural route car rier has reported having seen a man near South Haven who answers the description of Guy Gardne r, the miss ing Santa Fe agent at WInfleld. Gard ner's father is making a 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. — 22 October 1904

SADIE R0D1HS0H. Vniti Girl Suffered From Nervousness and Pelvic Catarrh Found Quick Relief In a Few Day. S .: : . ' .: " ... . nimvousnESS audi IVE&UUESS'GUnED BY PE-nU-HA. Miss Sadie Robinson, 4 Hand street, Maiden, Ma&s., writes: "Peruna was recommended to me about a year ago as an excellent remedy for the troubles peculiar to our Rex, and as I found that all that was said of this medicine was true. I am pleased to en dorse it. "I begun to use It about seven months ago for weakness and aervoumnems, cMitBod from overwork and sleepless ness, and found that In a few day a I began to grow strong, my appetite In creased and I began to steep better, consequently my nervousness passed away and the weakness In the pelvic organs soon disappeared and I have been well and strong ever since. " Address Dr. S. B. Ilartman, President of The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O , for free medical advice. All corres pondence strictly confidential. TDI I ft CI Clastio stockings. Etc. I nUUaCO r...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 October 1904

JOS. RUNYON, DEALER III ; All kinds of Farm Implements. Wagons and buggies of the newest make. ESee Our "Grand Detour" & "Ottowa" Wagons. Drills, Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. AGENT FOR PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO. Located in Leiker Store Building (wilh the Crocker Pump Shop) on S. Chestnut St.-At HAYS. Abo transact business at ELL.IS AbouS iwm e.33S C3C3ER WflCflT Whether vou aie going 1o the lakr isconfin, Minnesota or Michigan, or tic Coai-t n'Hi.rt or tw Europe, rates by the. ... esoT?9 of iheAtlan- you should ask for 02S,000 6IVENAWAY. The Press Advertising Co. fur nishes $25,000 in cash premiums to merchants. A certificate that entitles the holder to one estimate of The Total Paid Attendance at the World's If air is given with eacb $5.00 purchase of goods. " Coupons are given for each pur chase less than $5.00 which can be exchanged for a prize certificate when coupons amount to $5,00. There are 1407 cash premiums that run from $5. to $10.000 each. Five special premiums of $500...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 October 1904

Publishing all the Official news of Ellis county. all the time; Advocating the best interests of Ellis com ( V r r VOL.22 HARRY FREES E. NO. 40 Editob & Pubusheb. City of Hays, Kansas. October 29, 1904. $1. a year. Best AimsTisiNa Pates m Co. t Patronized ly the jsusiness Men Mr & Mrs. Geo, Philip have ' pone to see the Big Fair and visit As before, the railroad sell you in K. and other places while on tickets for our excursion of Sun their eastern trip. good for a wee &0 you cangtay at the World's fair and come back Postmaster Bayd and family from there Saturday night or come ot Russell, formerly here, will so to K. C. any time eo you leave with the St. Louis excursion car there on the 10.30 a.m. train on on SuDday. Everywhere we turn we hear of the talk ot thoso who went with us on our late excursion to the Bis Fair of the grandest illumination of this world. Early mgrht requir ing the lights on bv 6:30, so a long night oi it, the hundred thou sand electric lights show...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 October 1904

Bock FEVEi?vKjrE raef- AND KEENjDY O THE CIIAJT "Shoot! Shoot!" The exasperated guide hurriedly extracted the empty shells from his rifle and began to reload. The sports man stood in his tracks. His half cocked gun rested in his nerveless fingers. In the brush closo at hand a deer leaped over obstructions and on to freedom with the Irresistible Joy of life. As the form of the fleeing ani mal grew indistinct among the pines the sportsman raised his gun half way to his shoulder with a jerk and fired twice. The bullets went somewhere in the treetops. for the deer never rair.ed its tail to give the signal of having bcon hit. Shamefacedly and with a heart that thumped painfully,' the sportsman turned to receive the re marks of the angered guide. "Buck fever, hey? It's a wonder yo didn't shoot me when ye got to jroin'! Sp'lled the puniest shot ye ll ever hev, consarn it! Thar he stood eatlri them black cherries, an' ye v.alked right on him." Hundreds of enthusiastic men and women plunge b...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 October 1904

A VOICE FROM THE PULPIT. BEST CALLING FOR WOMEN. " Sunshine Song. UouU you in.'ikf ."oine Maddened heart Jusl a UttUj lighter? "Woukl ou ntaku snme burdened life Jwat a Utile hrlicht-r? Iryp k veunl of hupw and che-r. Sri ft5 echot-.i ringiriK AVith your iMt s tif c-iidl'.sa joy. -Va you go a-inglri;f. Would yen Frnxth tli !UKi!-l path lxwn nlonK liVs hlliv-ay? Woukt ytx j.lafl thft rux of love In W)ni lnly ijyway? JuMt k lrad of kiiitlri.ss done "i-ars the .aih bt-foro tis; And Iho lilies of God's love iUoeu) and blossom o't.-r us. Jnt a Utl word of elisor I.tfJiMeiiH ! J iiiy; Ju-t a msili? wlll'orten show Karjw wnathi'd In hfauty. Ppriikhi urtHbIiir n you no; Oorafsrt Iru distrussliiK. And your fclnd reward shall b Jicuvfu's choii-st btcssiiiK- ' K. A. Urinnlnstool. Horcc's Character. The favorite pet for boys and girls : is a ig, but the most useful is a horse, only it ' is more expensive to keep, a4 therefore city boys and girls are debarred from this pleasure. But if ou should...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 October 1904

nn n cri Candidate for State Senator 39th district solicits your vote. nr cv n n . r r. n Ono of the Hepubhc&nf who is almost certain to be returned to tbe state senate is Charles Bus chow, ot Colby, representing the thirty-ninth senatorial district. Senator Buschow's dis trict includes thirteen counties in the northwest part of the Btato Gove, Trego. Ellis, Rooks, Qra ham, Sheridan, Trego, Decatur, Kawlins, Thomas, Logan. Wallace, Sherman, and Cheyenne. Only ne district in tbe 8Ute ha more co in lies the thirty eighth Sena tor F Duinont MinthV district Si-nntor Buschow was one of Um rn-r vh I liable ami active men in il fbNion of 193' He lntro vfLtv cue bills ot interest 1,1 '. c. tiMiMitLis, mot ot which :'!. . t.n the .-tatute bK)k. 'Ihe ;t: uut ol the tJeualor's me.-Mi wbs :Lteoue aiasitigaii ap )i rtti.fj t(. the wt-.tern branch or Hi "i.ito Normal school od the Fi H',.4 uiiitai reservation ' our- the people of the normwtst iinvo been pleading, tor .i brabo-j it tbe Normal....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 October 1904

it ELLIS CO.- The Worlds fair trijp. Oct. SO By the Free Press of Hays. pulls out to see the magnificent World's Fair at St. Louis and will bo another picnic party from "Way out there m Kansas" Ellis County. Madame Gartland, Saum &ber daughter Miss Mollie Snyder & daughter Miss Lucr, Freese, and Mrs John Chittenden are back from their trip to too Big Fair, and had a great treat. The urge all ?ho are going, to go soon as the weather in the buildings is get ting cold while the frosts are in juring the foliage and plants in the grounds, one of the beautiful sights of the Fair. The Travelling Art Gallery of the Ladies clubs was shown in our Court room last week and was very fine and much enjoyed, show log our citizens and children per fect representations of the grand est paintings known. Miss Sutton's room won ono of the prizes, and Miss Mnlroy's tor the country schools' Lovers of Art can eo on our Excursion Sunday to tho Fair and epend a whole day in the famous Art Gallery and...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 October 1904

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, I'obllither. HAYS CITY, KANSAS Russia la now counties her eLIck ens that were lost iu the Tibetan coup. A man wto will put Iron in a cor I; lilo preserver would soap the. horn at a camp meet ins. Third Secretary Gurney now per ceives that his idea of his. own im ,ortance was an overestimate. Philadelphia's fad is the cocktail on wheels. The cocktail on skates would accord better with eternal fit ness. Another Mullah is reported to b loose In Somallland. Uut don't be deceived. Insist cu having the origi nal Mad. Up In Vermont the rattlesnakes are milking the cows. Either that or the Chefoo liar has established a branch office there. The St. Petersburg Novostl declares that International law is a io!ite myth. Uni-m-m. well, let's be glad Its polite, anyhow. It's a cicch that the corset manufac turers will put on a straight front when It comes to a question of their ttaying qualities. The death of Lafcadio Ilearn Is a distinct loss to literature. His talent...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 October 1904

Fruition We - scatter needn with carries hand Ar.d dream we ne'er shall see them more, But for a thousand years Their fruit appear. In weda that mar the land Or helpful stoie. The deeds we do. the words ve say, Into Btill air they teem to fleet; We count them ever past, But, they shall lat To the drtad Judgment day, And; we fchalt meet. I ohaige tr.ee by the years gone hy. For the love's sake of brethren dtar. Keep 'thou the ore true way. In work and play. Lest In lha world their cry Of woe thou hear. John Keble. "Ar1 the world will say: 'What did ibe Eee in him?'" "Exactly! That's just what the world Is saying of mo, I expect!" El lice Pare threw back her pretty head and looked a little defiantly at her husband of a year ".'What did she seo in him? " "Well?" ho laughed a bit constrain edly. "And what did you see in mo?" She lifted hor gray eyes to his and shrugged her slender shoulders with an insouciant air. "Not much!" was the unexpected re ply. "May I offer you a bachelor's butt...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 29 October 1904

JOS. riyon, : j v DEALER III .itds of Farm Implements. Vfrniis and buggies of the newest make. E22See Our "Grand Detour" & "Ottawa" Wagons. Drills, Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. AGENT FOR PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO. Lfu-Hferi in Likcr Stor Building (with the Crocker Pump Shop) .a S Chestnut t. At HAYS- Abo transact business at ELLIS About 701191 VACATI0C3 Wht-ther vou ie going: to the lake resorts of iscone-iri, Miuncota or Michigan, ' r to the Atlan i it- Coa-t riMrts. or to Europe, yt -hould ask for riitea by the ... . Chisago, ilwauhee St Paul Railway. Summer touri-t rates are now in effect to hun dred of point!, nul no ex ra fare is charged on The Southwest Limited, the Tram of Trams from Kan sas City to Chicago Leave Kansas Citv 5:55 tonight. Arrive Chicago 8:55 to morrow morning. Union Stations in both cities TwoKtalions in Kansas City Grand Avenue and Union Station G. L COBB, SOUTHWESTERN PASSENGER AGENT. 907 MAIN ST., KANSAS CITY MO. OUR BIG STATION RIGHT at the GATES! WABAS...

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