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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 May 1905

r "-1 if 1 Advo eating the best interests Ox Bllis county 11 the time. VOL. 2-2. HAERY EEEESE, NO. 18 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. fiTpy 2Y, -llv 01. a year. Brs Asvsissstsa Papes kt Co Ihtronizsd by iAa xsvsinass Men v V Local Happenings, I Don't miss attending the Mernor lal services Sunday. Miss Dcane has a Special sale on HATS this week and next. President Wilkinson visited our Normal school this week. U. S. senator Long visited our city this Friday, Carl Kuder has' been quito eick the past week and is forced to stay in the house. 1 M Yost attended the Saiina carnival and masonic shrine part of this week. Get your shoos Repaired at the Gassman shoo shop. All work quickly and neatly done. Craig has completed the foot bridge across the creek at the Nor mal and it is very nice. Tho new dam at the Normal is about done and the boating is now fine and much enjoyed. Mrs. J. II. Ward had a delight ful timo at the Ladies Federation meeting in Topeka last week. The father...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 May 1905

THE FREE PRESS UAKRT FREEZE, I'uMlsbar. BAYS CITY, KANSAS , i I HAN 5 AS COMMENT Burned to Death. The home of Mr. md Mrs. William Hackles, at I'dal!, was destroyed by fire and tin? two old people er burned to death. Not Enough Water. Complaint Is made at Arkansas City that the water pressure Is inadequate since the Sun day closing ordinance went into ef fect. Cuban Educator Talks. E. K. Bnr donouro. a Cuban commissioner of education. has addressed several meeting in the St. James M. E church at Coffeyville. Stray Bullet Hits Woman. Van Bawdry, a young negn. shot George Williams, another negro, in a quar rel at the Santa Fe station at Ark ansas City and a stray bullet struck Mrs. V. N". Wright the wife of a wealthy farmer who was standing on the platform. Neither Mrs. Wright nor Williams will die. Insanely Angry. Charles Hein sackcr, a prosperous farmer living ten miles southwest from Atwood. Kan., because his wife asked him to go will! her to a neighborhood picnic, became insanely a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 May 1905

it JILDREDr v KELLER. RESTORED TO HEALTH. THANKS TO PE-RU NA. Friends Yere Alarmed Advised Change of Climate. Miss Mildred Keller, 713 13th street, Iff. VV., Washington, D. C, writes: "I can safely recommend l'enina for catarrh. 1 had it for years and it would respond to uo kind of treatment, or if it did it was only temporary, and on the fclij?hte-t provocation the trouble would come back. was in such a state that my friends were alarmed about me, and I was advised to leave this climate. Then I tried Peruna, and to my great oy found it helped me from the first dose I took, and a few bottles cured me.' It built up my constitution, I re pained my appetite, and I feel that I am perfectly well and strong." Mildred Keller. We have on file many thousand testi monials like the above. We can pive our readers only a slight glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited endorsements Dr. llartman is receiving1. Alft.Otlau, t..Al A a a o rlsdsr. I 0 1 4 Ttitl Hint mi We manufacture all sises and. ty...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 27 May 1905

xoui aaziKTAiYO Cattle for sale. I offer for sale 40 head of steers 3s & 4s, at my. farm on the North Fork, 7 miles east of Hav3. And at reasonable prices, if sold soon. r . JOHN P. BROWN. SQUARE DEALING OUR AIM. We use new lands each sea son for growing a general line of nursery stock- -land which posses , 6es all the nchnes3 necessary to produce trees -with stamina, hardi ness and vig;or a great difference i 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 of 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 assortment to se lect from, . tSfbalesmeu are desired every where. We offer eplendid propo sitions to good men to represent us locally or travel and appoint a crew of men. Write for special terms and torntory. The NATIONAL NURSERIES, .' Lawrence, Kansas U 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. — 3 June 1905

if tec r . i c : Advocating the best interests of Ellis county the time. VOL. 23. HARRY FREESE, NO. 18 Editob & Publishes. I Looal Happenings. Saturday and Sunday brought U3 moro showers. Miss Bessie Leahy spent this week visiting friends in Ellis. Hill Wilson spent Decoration day here with his old soldier corn pamons rtf former days NOW is tho time to buy your self a good, - gentle work team. Sa thcin at the Stockyards. Invitations are out announcing the tin wedding of Lei ah Eastman Sparks at their near Denver home. Mis9 Alice Frceso ha3 finished her school term at Wakcenie and is attending the summer Normal, Tho cummer school of the state Normal commenced this week with about 45 already enrolled. The Hays Band turned out on Monday and nicely entertained tho visitors. Miss Walters, the music teach er has gone homo for her summer vacation. 2sT Get your shoes Repaired at tho Gassman shoo shop. All wtrk quickly and neatly done. Farmers from all over the coun ty report having the ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 June 1905

S!PISBLE EEPOETED CUEE STAUDS TEST CP rULL IUVESTTGATIOIT. A Former Victim of Locomotor Ataxia ow Tree from SunVrinjj unci Actively at V.'orl.. Yes," said Mr. Watliiiis to a reporter, it is truo that I havo been cured of ataxia by Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills." "Aro you sure you bad locomotor ataxia?" Tho doctors themselves told me bo Besides I recognized tho symptoms." 44 What were they V" ' Well, tho first indications were a stiffness about tho knee joints that came ou about four years ago. A few months after that appeared, my walk got to bo uncertain, shaky-like. I lost confideuc-o iu my power to control the movements of my legs. Once, when I was in the cellar, I started to pick up two scuttles of coal, and my legs guvo way suddenly, and I tumbled all in a heap in a basket. I couldn't close my eyes and keep my balance to save my life. Then I had fearful pains over my wholo body and I lost control over my kidneys and my bowels.'! 44 How about your general health ?" 44 Sometimes I was...

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

THE FREE PRESS HAKRT FREEZE, rabllabe-. BAYS CITY, KANSAS I ""Work hard and marry early," says El!a Wheeler Wilcox. That la, marry early. The dear old seventeen-year locusts have begun their annual attack on the fruit crop. "All art is confession." says Elbert Hubbard. Hubbard should have steer ed clear of art. The question discussed used to be money the root of evil. Now It is money the fruit of evil. Vladivostok might as well get ready to field a few shells. Pitcher Oyama is preparing to open the season there. A well-known comedian has married his leading lady. Let us hope she will be able to lead him as well after mar riage. Think of a girl's throwing a base ball 185 feet 7& inches. Incredible! Yet Miss A. Belding, Vassar '07. did ju3t that. "Yale has sent a class of students to New York to study wicked social conditions." Sociology? or only the usual bat? Henry Watterson s:i s that maybe Vesuvius was thrust up just to show what hell would do. It has been an impressive exampl...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 June 1905

TOGO IS THE. W1NNE: e Mas WKipped Soj esvensKy in tKe Straits of florea. TWELVE RUSSIAN SHIPS SUNIL Russian Battleships Lost Were Orel and Borodino, Sister Ships of 13, OOO Tons RojestvensKy Divided Fleet, Seneing Slower Vessels Around Japan WitH PicK Of Squadron He Made DasK for Vladi vostoK, but was Headed off by Togo Japanese in Pursuit of Surviv inn Vessels of Fleet. In a running naval engagement be tween the Russian and Japanese fleets in the Straits of Korea near the Inland cf Oho, Saturday and Sunday, two Russian battleships, three cruis ers and one supply ship are reported to have been sunk. The surviving Russian vessels are dispersed and the victorious Japanese are In pur suit. The Japanese loss is reported to have been one cruiser and ten tor pedo beats. This confirms the belief that the main attack was delivered by torpedo boats, which were used so effectively at Port Arthur. The whole Russian fleet did not partici pate in the battle, the slower vessels having steamed aro...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 3 June 1905

7 5fi Do Yoa Feel Chilly, Then Feverish and Ache all Over? Feci Worn-cut, Bluo and Tired ? Have Ycu a Fresh Cold, With Frequent Hacking Ccagh? Sensation cf Sorenc3S in tliz Chest or Cack? Don't lot your ciM run into chronic broiu'liitls cr pneumonia. Tin' very best louic alterative ami Ixlv-huiMer at this timi H Dr. i'ieree's (ioiucii Medical I Jis covcry. Made without alcohol or dan gerous drills, and it contains that rare combination of rrots and herbs that will allay a conh (irons it out. as it were), restores the circulation, assists the appe tite Hiid disrestiot). ami consequently re stores tone to the entire system. That is the reason people look happy once more after taking it they feel like living. le cause tiieir liver is active, the blood in their arteries is full of that life-giving quality rich, red blood. Tho blood in turn feeds the nerves. Nervousness and neuralgia are only the Indication that the nerves are not fed on invigorating blood. This "Medical Dis covery " of ...

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

ncicnS jjioav hv "saoud JS9M.0I joi jaonDclg oEiuog aas 09 Ajnnaada v Suucoi pno Cattle for sale. I offer for sale 40 head of steers 3s & 4s, at my farm on the North Fork, 7 miles east of Hays. And at reasonable prices, if sold soon. JOHN P. BROWN. SQUARE DEALING7 OUR AIM. We use new lands each sea son for growing a general line of nursery stock--land which posses fees all the richness necessary to produce trees with stamina, hardi ness and vigor a great difference i 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 of wants for fall of 1905 or spring of 1100 shipment Costs vou nothincr now to order yet You get Better Prices and aj more complete assortment 10 se lect from, EdPbalesmcu re desired every where, Wo offer, 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 NURSERIES, Lawrenc...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 June 1905

Advocating the best interests of Ellis county the time. VOL. 23. HAKET FREESE, KO. IS Ebitob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. June 10, 1905. 1. a year. Best ADVExmsixa Patzs m Co. Patronized by the nvsincss Men ! Loeal Happenings, I James Grippcn has sold his farm in Freedom township for $2500. Rev. Brown has returned from Lis trip to Indiana and Tennessee. Reports Miss Katie getting along nicely m Kansas city. NOTT is the time to buy your self a good, gentle work team, j See them at the Slockyards. Harvest hands arc beginning to arrive but tho rains have put off! harvest until July. j The now elevator and granary at tho Experiment station loocss up over tho other buildinsrs. Dodo Barns has received a car of coal for his traction engine for threshing and plowing- Cutting and stacking the alfaifa now keeps many farmers busy and it is fine this year, Get your shoca Repaired at tho Gassman shoo shop. All work quickly and neatly done. Lots of nice wheat coming to town now; farmers...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 June 1905

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, PablUbr. BAYS CITY, KANSAS i f HANS AS COMMENT Pcstana Has Resigned. Harry L. Pestana resigned the position of ipecial assistant attorney general. He probably will go back to Russell county and resume the practice of law. Oppase Franchise Extension. The business men of Topeka have called a mas:) meeting to express their senti ment against the disposition of the city council to extend the franchise of the local electric light plant. Bank For Brookville. The Brook ville State Bank was organized. Brook ville in a village in the western part Df Saline county. The stockholders are composed of merchants of the town and farmers in the vicinity. Sale of a $20,000 Ranch. In Reno county the big Slocum ranch in Bell township. 8,000 acres, has been sold for $20,000 to J. S. Nunemaker, of Kingman county. Last year 8.000 bushels of wheat and 0,000 bushels of corn were raised on the place and fold for a little more than $10,000. There is a big crop of both wheat and co...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 June 1905

Judge brown would settle. Invited Guest Had No Use for the Bill of Fare. ' Judge Brown, whose boyhood home was in a small New England village, had the reputation of being a very kind-hearted man. He was always glad to see his old friends, no matter how rustic they might seem. On one occasion the judge had some legal business in the capital of his native state, and there met an old farmer from hts birthplace, who was taking an unwonted holiday and looked rather bewildered. The judge invited the old man to dine with him 'at the hotel. When the farmer took his seat at the table one of the waiters laid a bill of fare before him. The old man looked at it. and then facing round j to look the waiter squarely in the face j he said, in a tone that rang through J the dining room:: "No need to; gimme that, young feller. Judge j Brown cal'lates to settle my bill. He came from our town, an' I know his j ways." I MISS FtlARIA DUCHARME. Every Voman in America is Interested in This Young Girl's Exp...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 June 1905

JliiTiiDadB v. Sagcojf un pun ' NOHI aaZJSVAlYf) Cattlo for sale; I oflcr for gale 40 head of eteer3 33 & 4s, at my farm on the North Fork, 7 miles east of Hays. And at reasonable prices, it sold soon. JOHN P. BROWN. SQUARE DEALING OUR AIM. We use new land3 each sea son for growing a general line of nursery stock--land which posses ses all the richness necessary to produce tree3 with stamina, hardi nessand vigor a great difference i thus noticable in OUxt 1 KkEb and grown on lands that have been used for the same purpose every season. At this time of the year wc so licit YOUR list ot wants for fall of 1005 or spring of 100G shipment Costs you nothing now to order I yet You get Better .Trices anu a more complete .-issortment to se lect from, fggT'balesraeu are desired every where. We offer 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 NURSERIES. Lawnnce, Kansas. U S- Landoffice P...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 June 1905

AdvocatiBs the best interests of Ellis county . I the time. VOL, 23. HAHRY FREESE, ' KO. IS Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. June 17, 1905. $1. a year. Best Adtestistnh Papes in Co. Patronized hy ih& a usincss Men .3 jH Local Happenings. Eastern papers tell that this ecu nty needs 500 harvest hands. Mrs. Annie Scott and son Phil are expected here soon on a visit, The Presbyterians arc having a new carpet laid in their church. This dry weather is cutting the clfalfa down pretty badly. Harvest is in full blast in Saline and Dickinson counties, cast of us. Our Public Library ladies arc arranging tor a lecture on Utah nnd Mormonisru. Howard Baker m Buckeye had a bad accident Sunday, a horse falling on bim, breaking his leg. The Methodists are adding a new porch to tbeir church and fix ing up around their parsonage. Havemann's lumber office is be ing raised and a new foundation put under it. The storm Thursday night put off an expected picnic in the Nor mal grovo. 57 Get...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 June 1905

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FBEEZZ, PablUhar. HAY8 CITY. KANSAS ii I KANSAS COMMENT Shot in a "Hold Up." Charles St. Clair, about 2S years old, giving his home as Detroit, Mich., was shot and probably mortally wounded in the Missouri, Kansas & Texas railroad yards at Parsons. The shooting was done by one of a gang of three ne groes, who attempted to "hold up" the young man. The negroes escap ed, i Kansas .Man For Panama. Dr. Charles Andrews, a Hiawatha man. has been appointed a government hos pital, physician at Panama and will soon start for that country to take up his work. The Panama physicians have to take civil service examina tions for the job. Br. Andrews is at present health officer for Brown county. West Sees Hope. II. E. West, president of the Kansas Oil Produc er' Association, said at Chanute that he had hopes that the Santa Fe would Boon grant the interstate oil rate ask ed for by the Kansas oil men. He stated that F. Dumont Smith, attor ney for the association, had receive...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 June 1905

that Jf they will buy Defiance Cold Water Starch for laundry use the; will save not only time, because it never sticks to the iron, but because each package contains 16 oz. one full pound while all other Cold Water Starches are put up In 4-Pound pack ages, and the price is the same. 10 cents. Then again because Defiance Starch is free from all injurious chem icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a 12-or.. package it is because he has a stock on hand which he wishes to dispose of before be puts in Defiance. He knows that Defiance Starch has fitted on every package In large Jes ters and figures '16 ozs.u Demand De fiance and save much time and money and the annoyance of the iron stick ing. Defiance never sticks. The gleam of hope proves the guid ing light to all. TV0 OPENJ.ETTERS P1P0KTANT TO MARRIED WOMEN Lira. Mary Dlmmlck of Washington tells How Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Made Her Well. It is with great pleasure we publish the following letters, as they convinc ingly p...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 17 June 1905

Ajmswds xs Sagcojx aU pas Cattle for sale. I oflcr for. sale 40 head of steers 3s & 4s, at my farm on the North Fork, 7 miles east of Hays. And at reasonable prices, if sold soon. JOHN P. BROWN. WANTED MEN AND "WOMEN in this county and adjoining territories, to represent and . advertise an old and established house, of solid financial standing. Salajry to men $21 weekly, to women $12 to $18 weekly with Expenses advanced each Monday by check direct from headquarters Horse and buggy furnished when necessary; position permanent. Address Blew Bros. & Co., Dept. A, Monon Bldg, Chi cago 111. Short Line TO LEWIS 5 CLARK EXPOSITION Fortland, Ore. June 1st to Oct. 15th, 1&05 Via the Union Pacific Ry. This route gives you 200 miles along tho matchless Columbia River, a triplto Portland and the A orth west without change, and an opportunity of visiting Yellowstone Park JU NE 1ST TO SEPTEMBER 1 9TH fcrom Pocateilo or Ogden through Monida Inquire of Your Nearest R.K. Agent. We have j...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 June 1905

Advocating the best interests of Ellis county the time, VOL, 23. HAKRY FREESE, ' NO. 13 Ebitob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. Jime24, 1905. 11. a year. Best AiVESTisTjia PAm mCo. . Patronized by the n usirusss Man Loeal Happenings, Tho Baptist Sunday school held an enjoyable picnic Thursday. Jake Johnscn and wife have re turned from Colorado to help in tho harvest. Mother Brown 13 having her cottage on Wilson avenue nicely repaired before renting it. Mr. Jordan 13 nicely fixing up his cottage on west Juniata and it is to bo occupied by John Hyde and "wife. - We w.ml harvesting outfits to cut wheat, end men and teams to plow. Inquire at FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Will Beeler and witc have mov cd to town and occupy the Mont gomery cottage on north Main, E. R- Cole left Monday for a month's visit to Oberlin, Ohio, where a family re-union will bo held. Supt Vic Roy was here Friday and agreed to recommend reduced R.R. rates if tho Indians come to Hays to play foot ball this fall. 25T G...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 June 1905

THE FREE PRESS HARRY FREEZE, Publisher. HAYS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS COMMENT Closed Clyde Joints. The count? attorney has concluded an inquisition Into the liquor violations in Clyde and secured evidence sufficient to In diet all the saloonists. The Clyde joints are closed by order of th mayor. Inaugurated New Service. The Kansas & Southern railroad has In augurated Sunday passenger service, leaving Arkansas City at 11:15 a. m. for Geuda SDrines and Anthony. The train reaches Geuda springs each way In time for Sunday dinner. Must go to Prison. A jury in thfc case of Hemer Lamotte, charged with committing larceny from Santa Fe freight cars m the yards at Arkan sas City) returned a verdict of guilty. The conviction carries with it a pen alty of from one to seven years. Small Fire Near Florence. A large tent belonging to H. Wolfenberger, who is doing some grading for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail road, two miles west of Florence, caught fire from sparks from an en gine late ...

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