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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 22 April 1905

r Publishing all the Official news of Ellis county. .V Advocating the best interests of Ellis county II the time. V0L, NO. 22 40 HAKRY FREES E, Editob & PuBUsnnB. City of Hays, Kansas. April" 22. 1905. $1. a year. Best ADvebtking Pafek is Co Patronized by tia j usiness Men c IT ) . V Local Happenings. I The 1st National bank is giving out a beautiful Easter card. Brad Fox has received for sale a threshing machine and engine. Mrs. Charlie Binder has filed a case in our Court for a divorce Don't neglect the street commis sioners notice about the alleys. Dr. Snyder accompanied Mrs C C. Jensen to the hospital at Ells worth on Wednesday. The Normal baseball team go to Ellis this Saturday to play a game with the club there. The Topeka 'Herald has been designated the Official Stsite paper by the Executive Board. Gotlieb Itiedel is now having the lumber hauled for his new res idence down bv the Public park. fcsT0 Get your shoes Repaired at the Gassman shoe shop. All work quickly and nea...

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 April 1905

THE FREE PRESS BARKY IBEEZS, Pobllahsr. HAYS CITY, KANSAS il-ANSAS COMMENT . Try Again For Pardon. Another effort will be made to secure a par don for Willie Sells. The application will be presented to Governor Hoch on May 1. Mrs. Hanna Sylvester is pushing the case. Sells is serving a "hang" sentence for killing his father, mother, si.ster and brother near Chanute in March, 1S8G. He was a mere boy and was convicted on cir cumstantial evidence. r Quarantined 4,000 Sheep. C. J. Keishner, state live stock . inspector, arrived at Emporia and put 4,000 bheep in the Santa Fe stock yards under quarantine, claiming that they are suffering from scabies. The sheep came from the Southwest and were unloaded to give them a rest. The law requires that sheep so affected must be sheared and dipped before resuming their journey to market, and a large force of men are now working on the sheep. Whest in Good Shape. "The crops in Western Kansas are in won derfulry fine shape this spring, ' said K. 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. — 22 April 1905

THE SECRET OUT. The Door Stands Wide Open. To rofute the many false and malici ous attacks, bogus formulas and other untruthful statements published concern ing Doctor Pierce's World-famed Family Medicines the Doctor has decided to pub lish all the ingredients entering into his Favorite Prescription" for women and his -nually popular tonic alterative known as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Hereafter every bottlo of these "medicines leaving the great Labor atory at Buffalo, N. Y will bear upon it a full list of all the ingredients entering into the compound. Itoth are made en tirely from native roots, barks and herbs. The ingredients of the "Golden Med ical Discovery " being Golden Seal root. Queen's root. Dlack-cherrybark, Man drake root, Bloodxoot. Why is it so many have been strength ened and lnMited by the tonic effect of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ? It is because at this time of the year Ieople feel run-down, nerveless, sleepless and worn out. Poisons have acc...

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 April 1905

'ia K;i S, b itlciil Lodge, .No. Jit, 1. O. O F. At" a regular , meeting of the Lodge held April 18, .1905 the fol lowing resolutions were adopted: Whereas Almighty God having been pleased to call from earth on April 11, 1905 our well beloved brother Otto teemnydery who, during the period tnat he was a member of this Lodge so endeared himself to us by his courtesy and affiability that his memory will ev er be cherished in our hearts, there fore be it Resolved That iij this bereavement this Lodge is deprived ot an active, zea lous and painstaking member who wa3 thoroughly imbued with the precept3 and principles of our or der, who evinced in a life marked by integrity and uprightness the cardinal Odd Fellow virtues and who presented not onlr to his Bre thren, but to the community, an example and an inspiration to bet ter deeds. Resolved, that bowing as we do in humble submission to the Di vine will we mourn the loss of an efficient and earnest Brother, a de voted adherent of Odd Fello...

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 April 1905

AdvocatiBg the best interests of Ellis county 11 the time. VOL. 22. HAEEY FREESE. NO. IS EUITOB & PUBUSHEB. City of Hays, Kansas. April 29, 1905. il. a year. fizsr ABTEssisrao Papes ra Co Rtironizdd by the ntuinesa Jftn. y V Local Happenings. Elaborate faster services were held in our Catholic church Mr. Joseph has returned from his Missouri trip. The Easter services at the Meth odist church were fine and much appreciated by a large audience. Ladies and children who had bought Easter hats were much dis appointed by the weather. Sch waller's are this , week run ning the city water into their lum ber yard ISsT" Get your shoes -Repaired at the Gasslman' shoo shop. All work quickly and neatly done. Peach trees are showinz so far no bloom, but apple, plum and cherry are a mass of white. A number of young ladies on Saturday drove down and enjoyed the day with Mrs. Alex Philip. r l t ii ?. juiss arne xcwnn ?peni mis week at homo attending a sister':? wedding. During her absence Miss Mu...

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 April 1905

THE FREE PRESS HABBI VBEEZE, Fblltaar. II AYS CITY, KANSAS llANSAS COMMENT Old Settler Found Drowned.-John Killiams, an old settler, for many years a resident along Wakaruaa creek, near Eudora. was found dead la a pool of water. It is supposed that he had started fishing, was stricken with apoplexy and fell into the wa ter and was drowned. life left two children. Cigar Machines Must Go. The county attorney of Harvey county has declared war on slot machines and has ordered all owners to remove them from their places of business. The machines that pay in money were taken out a year as:o. lut the cisar machines have been running uninter rupted. Chief Surgeon in Texas. Lieuten ant Colonel I. M. Maus, deputy sur preon general, and Mrs. Maus. left Fort ltiley for San Antonio, Tex., where Colonel Maus will assume the duties of chief surgeon of the Department of Texas. Colonel Maus has been stationed at Fort Uiley for two years. Miners' Strike Unlikely. A com mittee representing Kansas mine...

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 April 1905

EDUCATION AS AN INVESTMENT. New York Mother Somewhat Skepti cal of Its Value.. . That Is what a loving but some times cynical New York mother is asking. " We have at last completed the education of our son and heir," the says. "He has been graduated 'with sufficient honors from college; he has been sent abroad for finish, culture and experience, and now that he is home again ve are starting him In business life. He has begun in a downtown office and may be gaining much experience and laying a sound business foundation, but as far as I can find out lie spends the greater part of his time in licking postage stamps for a pittance a week. While the pride of the family Is doing this vc are paying our chief $100 a month and expenses, and now I ask, Docs education pay? ' ' The Boy's Opinion. A small 5-year-old, after tasting a c:;p of milk at the supper table one evening, set it down and said: "Mam ma. I'll bet a nickel to a doughnut that our milkman has got a sour cow. ' Saturday Evening ...

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 April 1905

PlOp08oU . Scaled proposals will be receiv e'd until MAY 6, 1905 for the furnishing of all labor and mate rials necessary for the erection and completion of a granary & eleva tor, to be erected on the grounds of tne Agricultural College Ex pe'riment station at Ft. Hays, Ks. Copies of plans and specifica . i ; iL. lions may do seen on me ju iue office of the Superintendant at the station: Each proposal must be accompa med by a certified check for 3 per cent of the amount bid. Said check made payable to E. T. Fairchild, Regent, and the same to be for feitcd to the State in case the sue cessful bidder fails for 5 days to cdter into contract and furnish bonds as prescribed by law. The attention of bidders is called to chapter 114, session laws of 1S91 with which they must com ply. This is commonly known as the eight hour law. Bids shall be addressed to Geo. P. Griffith, Hays, Kansas, E- T. Fairchild, Geo. 1 Griffith, j Regents. I I) ) Z7. S- Landoffice Practice, COLBY, KANSAS. FOR S...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 May 1905

Advo eating the best interests of Ellis county .1 the time. VOL. 22 HAKRY FREES E. NO. IS Editor & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. May 6, 1905. $1. a year. Best ADVEsnsiNa Papeb n? Co Patronized by the jzitsiness Men I Local Happenings. Ducks and curlew are around again. Craig 13 now busy moving of a house lor Adkins. Court meets here next Tuesday to try cases without a jury. Fire has destroyed the bin barn of John Basgall down uer Pciffer. Johnson & Cullcns hauled ano ther car of state coal over to the Experiment station this week. Vogel irot in a car load ot tanks and U kept busy putting 'em together. 57" Get your slices Repaired at the Gavsmax shoe shop. All work quickly and neatly done. J Last Friday evcniofr Miss Eldo ra Arnold gave a dancing recep tion to about 40 of her voung friends and a nice time enjo ed. Wednesday was pension cxami nation day by our medical board and several old solJieis were here to be examined. Trees around our town are com ing out in leaf hand...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 May 1905

THE FREE PRESS BARRY FREEZE, Publisher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS ttANSyS COMMENT Ottawa to Gst Gas. A contract was closed -by the Rantoul Gas and Oil Company, one of the local organiza tions doing business in 'the Rantoul r.eld to pipe Rantoul for gas. The town is underlaid with a fine quality of Lrick shale and it is believed several factories may be started there this spring. Sells Pardon Hearing May 1. Gov ernor Hoch has set May 1 as the time for hearing arguments on the applica tion of Willie Sells for a pardon. Sells has been in prison since 1SSC. He was convicted on eircamstancial evidence of killing his father, mother, sister and brother. He has made several unsuccessful attempts to secure a pardon. He is a "hang" man. Killed by Trolley Car. Robert Dewing, the 19-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dewing of "Wichita, was run over by an electric car and instantly killed. The child was playing along the track, and as ihe car neared him he attempted to run across the track. His h...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 May 1905

2&L1L ALONE Bland Dr. Pierce's Family Medicines in a class by themselves, being the only proprietary medicines manufactured and preserved without the use of alco hol. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- AUi AI.O.N'K." coverv do not contain opium or Tether harmful drugs. They are compounds of medicinal principles, scientifically extracted from indigenous roots that euro tho diseases for which thev are recommended. They are medicines which have enjoyed the public confi dence for over a third of a century. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures women b ills when all other rem edies fail. This is what Mrs. H. Har ! risen, a prominent woman, living at No. 112 West 2nd Street, Sioux City, ' Iowa, 6ays about it: I suffered for more than seren veirs with a very complicated form of female trouble accompanied with nerroo prostration, and after doctoring- with six physicians (all bear las excellent lYData llon-s) was informed that unless en operation w...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 6 May 1905

SQUARE DEALING OUR AIM. We use Dew lauds 'acb trea son or growing a general line ot nurs-ery htock--land which posses ses all the richness necessary to produce trees with stamina, hardi ness and visor a great difference is thus noticable in OUR TREES and grown on lands that have been used for the same purpose every season. At this time of the year we so licit YOUR list ot wants for fall of 1905 or spring of 100G shipment Cosis you nothing nw to order yet You get Better Prices and a more complete assortment to se lect from, CSTk3alesraeu are desired every whpre. We offer splendid propo sition to good men to represent us locally or travel and appoint a crew of men. Write for special terms and territory. The NATIONAL NURSERIES, Lawrence, Kansas. U- S- Landojjice Practice, COLBY, KANSAS. FOR Special attention to Land-ofljee Law and ithe ceneral practic of law in all courts, FOR Ajyi in the Colbv Land A n ir 1 i w hiulnowC -1kmknt L. Wilson office district, Tlo Colby Attorney'. Call on o...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 May 1905

SI Advocating the best interests of Ellis county :'A the time. VOL, 2. HAJRRY FREESE, NO. 1SV Editob & Publishes City of Hays, Kansas, ftlay 13, 1905. "1 O TTAOl Best ADVEsnsnfa Papeb in Co. Patronized by the nusineM Men 1 Local Happenings, P, M. Leisering of Ellis was m town Tuesday. Schwaller's are giving their of fice a neat coat of paint. AI Robinson has added a hand some new carriago to his Livery. CSeT" Get your shoes Repaired at the Gassman shoe shop. All work quickly and neatly done. Gall Fox, our telegraph op erator at the depot, has been trans ferrcd to Chapman depot. The Hays Public schools close for a u months vacation after another week of labor. Parts of our county, a streak, got a heavy shower with some hail last Sunday, but did no damage. Coat found 2J miles east of Hays on the Bellman road. At this office. George Troth has addict a Do Lavcl Separator to the dairy de partment of his farm and will this summer milk 25 cows. The Ladies' Saturday Afternoon club had 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. — 13 May 1905

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, PabUahar. XX AY 3 CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT Has Philippines Coins. A 'King man bank has oh display Philippine roins from one peso down to a cen tavo. and Kingman is becoming frightened at the great number of Spanish-speaking people that has ris en up among its people. A New Reform. Another reform has been launched by Kansas. A reso lution was adopted by the members of. Newton church men and women to the effect that hereafter when the men doff their hats on entering the church the women will follow suit. Broken Flange Derailed Cars. A broken flange on a car wheel derailed three freight cars on a Missouri Pa cific freight, one and a half miles east of Ottawa. Claude DeBelle, cashier at the Pacific depot there, was in the caboose, which was derailed, and suf fered a severe scalp wound. Con ductor Frye and the two brakemen were also in the caboose, but escap ed with slight Injuries. May Pardon Sell. The hearing of the pardon of Willie Sell, of Neosho count...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 May 1905

Much valuable information free about bind lustrumentsptte tor the nevr cata lopuo to-day. JENKINS' MUSIC HOUSE, KANSAS jCJTY, MO. , . - f i r 'r - - Most everything good Is learned from"? feba$ ;.we should be rather than what we are. Every housekeeper should- know that If they will buy 'Defiance ' Cold Water Starch for laundry use they will. ave .?ot only time, because it neWr itlcirs toHhefron, but because each package coutalns;lG oz. one full pound-Uvhileia1r other Cold Water Starches are put np in -pound pack age add j-tbe price ie the same, 10 cents! ' Then again because Defiance Starch is free from all injurious chem icals.8 If your grocer tries to sell you a 12-pzt, package it is because, he has a stock ohf hand which he wishes to dispose of before he puts in Defiance. He knows that Defiance Starch has printed on every package in large let ters and figures "16 oza." Demand De-' fiance and save 'much time and money and the annoyance of the iron stick ing. Defiance never sticks....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 13 May 1905

F QUAKE DEALING OUR AIM YYf mjp Lev t!tn!? ach ea t jor g' wing i enf nl line ot rii-iiM ) -tt.ck- - isititi whuh pot-sea il i he rchness necessary to produce trees with stamina, hardi nessand vigor a groat dillerenco ia thus noticable in OUR TREES and grown on lands that have been used for the game purpose every season. At this time of the year 'we so licit YOUR list ot wants for tall of 1905 or spring of 1006 shipment Costs you nothing now to order yet You get Better Prices and a more complete assortment to se lect from, gbalesmen are desired every where. We olFer splendid propo sitions to good men to represent us locally or travel and appoint a crew of men. Write for special terms and territory. The NATIONAL KUBSEMES, Lawrence Kansas, V. S Landoffice Practice, COLBY, KANSAS. FOR Special attention to Land-office Law and Ithe general practic of law in all courts, FOR Any law business in the Colby Land CIement L. Wjlsox oflice district, Tlo Colby Attorney. Call on or- address CLEMEN...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 May 1905

Advocating the best interests of Ellis county the time. VOL. 22. KO. is HARRY FREESE, Ediioe & PuitusnEB. City of Hays, Kansas. May 20, 1905. $1. a year. Best ADVEgrxsnra Pafsb in Co Patronised by the &usir.esa Jlen 1 ! Local Happenings. Pierce is having his machinery warehouse on 2nd street given a painting. Machincryman Runyon is hav ing headers tet up and has evident ly faith in a crop. District clerk Pete Smith has iven hi3 cottao on east Normal avenue a good painting. Get your at the Gassmax ahocA Repaired -hoe shop. All work quickly and neatly done. As the weather grows warmer Toothuker is kept busy making and shipping Hays city pop. Arnold is having his stone- resi dence on Normal avenuo pointed ready for the spring rains. Now that vacation has come the children can bavo their picnics and fishing parlies. Mrs Alois Bissau has had the city water run into "ucr residence on east Juniata street. Andrew Olsen and family left this week on their trip to visit their children ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 May 1905

THE FREE PRESS ABBT TBEEXZf Publisher. HAY8 CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT Site Fop Chanute Refinery. The Chanute and Austin Refinery Com pany has closed its deal for a site. It has purchased ten acres of the land upon which the south brick plant ia located. Diphtheria Among Cattle. Diph theria has broken out among the cat tle of Center township in Cloud county, and the losses by .death-have been quite heavy. Tho disease has been prevalent for several weeks. It attacks cattle in the throat and chokes them to death by swelling. Two Briefs Submitted. The State of Kansas, plaintiff, vs. the Kansas Natural Gas Company, defendant, is being argued before the supreme court at Topeka. Two briefs were submitted by the plaintiff's attorneys and one by the defendants. The plaintiff's contention i3 that the Kan sas Natural Gas Company cannot transact business in Kansas without a permit from the state charter board. Fine Fruit Promised. Prospects for a fruit crop in Doniphan county are much better ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 20 May 1905

I. LIEUTENANT BOWMAN. 2 ' , v i 111 FORTY-EIGHT HOURS Cold Affected Head and Throat Attack Was Severe. Chas. V. Ilowman, 1st Lieut, and Adjt. 4th M. S. M. Cav. Vols., writes from Lanhani, Ml.,as follows : "Though somewhat averse to patent medicines, and still more averse to be coming a professional affidavit man, it neems only a plain duty in the present instance to add my experience to the columns already written concerning the curative powers of l'eruna. ' have been particularly benefited by its use for colds In the fiend and throat. I have been able to fully cure myself of a most severe attack in forty-eight hours by its use according to directions. I use it as a preventive whenever threatened with an attack. "Members of my familj' also use- it for like ailments. We are recommend big it to our friends." C. W. Uowman. Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics. One reason why Peruna has found permanent use in ko many homes is that it contains no narcotic of any kind. It can be used any length...

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 May 1905

SQUAttE DEALING OUR AIM. Wo u.o new lands acb sea t r it f.wir'jr a General line ot .-ii tck--laud w huh posses -ch all the richness necessarv to produce trees with stamina, hardi nessand vigor a great difference is thus noticable in OUR TREES and grown on lands that have been used for the same .purpose every season. At this time of the year we so licit YOUR list ot wants for fall of 1905 or spring of 1006 shipment Costs you nothing now to order yet You get Better Prices and a more complete nssortment to se lect from, ISfbalesmen are dpsired every where. We offer eplendid propo sitions to good men to represent us locally or travel and appoints crew of men. Write for special terms and territory. The NATIONAL NURSERIES, Lawrence Kansas U. S Landojfice Practice, COLBY, KANSAS. FOR Special attention to Lanu-ollice .Law and l the ceneral practic of hv in all courts, FOR Any law business in the Colby Land CIement L. Wilson ollico district, Tlo Colby Attorney. Call on or address CLEMENT L....

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