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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 September 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. city of Hays Advocating the bast interests of "Ellis count v .nil the time, VOL.. NO. 17. 1 HAKSY FEEESE. Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. September 9, 1899. $l.a year. Best ADYEsnsniQ Pates in Co; Patronized by the nusvnesa IZjsx. For Sheriff. Frank E. M Lain s a candidate before the Republican county con tention for the office of Sberifl. For Sheriff. I hereby announce as candidate for Sheriff ot Ellis Co. Subject to the rules governing the Democrat ic party of said county. George. Drake For Sh riff I hereby announce myself as a candidate tor the office of Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Demo crat'c County convention. Lin .M Edwards. For Sheriff. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for Sheriff, subject o the decision of the Democratic county con ention. If nominated and elec ted j. pledge the people to make an ofhV'i they will never be sorry a bout either as to high fees or bad work. I ask a trial. Andreic M'dler. For Sherif...

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 September 1899

THE FREE PRESS. ZZABSY FSHSZS, Publisher. HATS CITY, - - KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OK IN'KREST. f -Ottawa is considering' the advisabil ity of building a market house. Kansas broom corn crop is promis-. ng well while the crop of Illinois will 3 only half of an average yield, h All the Sunday schools of Coffey county unite for a picnic rally at the lair grounds at Burlington on Septem "bero. In the last two years and a half fen tier county has paid off mortgages segregating a million and a half of Hollars. ' ! The 250 box cars now building at the Santa Fe shops in Topeka, are for the Can Francisco &. San Joaqu:n Valley railway. ' The state superintendent of public Instruction ia Kanuw actually had to le taught bow to carry his new baby without dropptsg it Osborne I? armcn Tom SfcBride own ed the John Cronk farm exactly three months to a day, and c'eared about 500 on his investment. ( Miss Minnie Bender, the young lady feel ec ted for carnival queen at Newton, is the daughter of John 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. — 9 September 1899

Kew Kolin on BeTtna Stamp Tax. , Tie local internal revenue office has 'received from Commissioner Wilson at Washington a ruling that penalties for failure to afSx stamps to certain In struments may not be remitted by col lectors when twelve or more months have ezp!red after theBtamp was re quired on the instrument. Japan's Mew Commercial BTusenm. Japan has established at Yokohama tn laperial coinmercial museum, mod tied after the one in Philadelphia. British Seamen Are Seoond Beat. Next to the seamen of ths United Elates. British seamen get higher wages, and better fare, and more com fortable conditions of employment than do seamen of any other country. Give to Baby's Hair a Xataral Carl. Young mothers may be glad to know that a baby's hair may often be en couraged to curl naturally If It Is brushed upward and twisted round the linger while it is wet. Brushing down ward rather encourages a child's hair to grow straight. Vegetables Influenced by Others. A a rule, varieties of melons...

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 September 1899

Editor Griffith in his last "Re publican" gives the following crnel dig at the Republican state admin istration, and the republican admin istration of Big creek township & the city of Ellis and school boards of Hays and Ellis, Here is what he said Let's see Tares were to he hgh terthis year Well, they're not: they're the same as last year. It's about time for A CHANGE. Now, isn't that a mean flins: at his G- O. P. Let's see the facts Last year the Pop state levy was 3 mills but this year Stanley and 'redeem Kansas' make it 4 mills. Trustee Arnold run Big. creek on a 3 mill levy, the republicans have made it now 4 mills and the city of Ellis have raised from 2 mills last year to 5 mills this. Hays school district jumps from 14 mills to 16 mills. Ellis school district from 131 to 17 mills. Yes, we favor a change and put out the Stanley Redeemers and try John Breidenthal; put Ben Arnold back in for Big creek. He didn't mean The Young men of Hays as they made no change. He couldn't ...

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 September 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. 5 city of Hays m w Advocating the best interests of His county all the time. VOL. NO. 17. 1 HAKRY FREES E. EDITOB & PUBLISHES. City of Hays, Kansas. September 16, 1899. $1. a year. iq Pips ra Co; Patronized byiha nu&k&eza 2r5 xj- Frank E. M- Lam is a candidate belore the Republican county con rention for the office of bnenn. For Sheriff I hereby announce as candidate for Sheriff ot Ellis Co. Subject to the rules governing the Democrat ic party of said county. George Drake For Sh -riff I hereby announce myself as candidate tor the office of Sheriff subject to the decision of the Demo cratic County convention. Lin .M Edwards. For Sheriff. 1 hereby announce myself as candidate for Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Democratic county convention. If nominated and elec ted 1 pledge tho people to make an clucei they will never be sorry a bout either as to high tees or bad work. I ask a trial. Andrew Miller. For Sheriff. I hereby announce mys...

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 September 1899

THE FREE PRESS. XCAHHY F3EEZE, Publisher. HAYS CITY, - - KANSAS. V ' . KANSAS ITK3IS OK INTEREST. The Topeka canning1 factory is run toing- Jay and night. Survivors of the Eighth Kansas in fantry will meet at Topeka, Septembei 25-26. ' Atchison has a brewery which has been running night and day for thirty years. The whistle of a nail factory will sound before long at Lawrence, it i promised. Beloit has four veterans of the Mexi can war. They hold reunions every little while. There has been considerable talk about cellulose factories for Kansas, but none has appeared yet. The commissioners of .Tewell county, will put in fourteen new steel bridges in that county this fall. A. J j. Bell of St. Marys has been ap pointed a teacher at the Hockbury In diau school, in Arizona. The Hiawatha World says that M. A. Low pays a man named Keats 82,500 a year to look after and drive his race horses. The Wichita Association of Congre gational churches and ministers held its Gemi-annual in Sedgwick 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. — 16 September 1899

Come Flower Fancies. The Japanese have a custom of cele brating the , blossoming of the trees by a general holiday. This aesthetic peo ple also regard the grouping of flowers as such a fine art that they frequently require their young women to take a two-year course simply in the arrange ment of flowers. Both the Chinese and the Japanese have a true idea of the value of each blossom, leaf and stem la the final effect. Each twig, each branch, is given its place in the study; no blossom or leaf must be crowded; ach instead must stand forth in its own beauty of form and color. Stiff cess. 1 close masses and all geometric designs are avoided as expressing everything that is inartistic. Each va riety of Cower also requires a different style and size of vase, as well as an entirely different treatment in the ar rangement. Baltimore Herald. Triple Twin. Springfield (111.) Special to the Chi cago Chronicle: The old saying thai unusual occurrences come in groups oi three was tetrikingly Illu...

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 September 1899

ican county centra, com mittee met last Sn tarda? & called their convention for Tues day Oct. 3d, after the Democratic convention. And the primaries on Saturday. Sept. 30th, 57 dele gates divided as follows: Big creek 12 Ellis 13 Buckeye, Catharine, East Saline and Smokey 3 each. All the other precincts 2 delegates eacb. Neither Behan, Bruney or Alex Philip will accept the treasurer nomination, cant leave their cattle ranches, &nd it looks as it Peter Gosser, the war horse of republi canism would be tendered that nomination. For Register young Chnstian- son of the Smokey will be nomina ( ted by acclamation, aF will Snyder for Coroner and Bobbins for sur veyor. For Commissioners the farmers want a farmer, and the business men of Ellis seem to want a man outside their town and it looks as if Farmer O. E. Atwood of Pleasant hill will get that nomina tion by acclamation, Gessner to be re-nominated for Trustee of Ellis township. Tom Hamilton has announced in the Republican papers...

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 September 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. & city of Hays. Advocating the best interes of Ellis county the time. VOL. 17. HAKRY FREESE. NO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. September 23, 1899 $1. a year. Best Advebtistno Ppeb in Co. Patronized by the n usiness Jim, For Sheriff. Frank E. M' Lain is a candidate before the Republican county con rention for the office of Sheriff. For Sh riff I hereby announce myself as a t t i . .t t? x oi : n canaiciaie ror me oince vi ouenu, subject to the decision ot the Demo cratic County convention. Lm .M Edwards. For Sfteriff. 1 horeby announce myself as a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Democratic county convention. If nominated and elec ted 1 pledge the jjeople to make an officei they will never be sorry a- bout either as to hirh fees or bad work. 1 ask a trial. Andrew Miller- For She.'tff. I hereby announce mvselt as candidate for Sheriff and should feel honored with a second term. Nick Boiditch, County Clerk Durin...

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 September 1899

THE FREE PRESS. gASS? FEEEZE, Publisher. HAYS CITY. KANSAS. KANSAS ITE3IS OF INTEREST. Ptio to graphing a IJattleshlp. We are more or less accustomed to, surprises in pictorial journalism, bub the current issue of Collier's Weekly Bhows something entirely out of the common. It contains remarkable pho tographs, illustrating the trial trip o the new battleship Alabama. One o2 the pictures is a stern view of the cruiser "showing' her heels," apparently taken from the fighting top of the vessel, look ing down upon the deck and the swir ing waters in her wake. The most in teresting picture of all illustrates a prominent feature of modern journal ism. It shows newspaper correspond ents sending messages to their jour nals by carrier pigeons thrown from the bridge of the ship while far out at sea. Jewell county is yelling for cars to carry away the corn on hand. Republic county is to have a corn jubilee at Belleville the first week in October. The registration at the Kansas uni versity has ...

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 September 1899

Seven Tinea a Widow. Setiora Rey Castillo, a Mexican lady, wxe!y holds the world's record for mul tiple widowhood, as she has worn, the weeds seven times between the years 18S0 and 1895. A curious feature cf tiie case is that each of her consorts found tt Tiolent but different exit from life. The first fell out of a carriage; the second took poison by accident; tb.9 third perished by a mining accident; the fourth shot himself; the fifth was killed while hunting; the sixth met his death by dropping from a scaffolding, and the last was drowned. A Trlbnto. The model for the Winnie Lavls me morial monument is completed. It is . a. figure of the Angel of Grief. In the rose are blended dignity and sadness, while in the face of the angel is an expression of unfathomable sorrow. It Is a touching tribute to the beloved Daughter of the Confederacy. When completed, the monument will be un veiled at Richmond. ' A Maryland law prohibits Baltimore policemen from doing mechanical work far the Ueva...

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 September 1899

3 : 1 ' 1! 1 i 1 ! BeGS Blood Pukif'F.e will cure an)' Cfce of Catarrh of head or nose, do matter ot Low ouu stao diDg- Jt. is a great blood maKer, uet Ji t Parleys. The Wakeeiiy people are mad over the vei diet in the Sigiei cae and their World has in a red hot editorial and says: 'The lurv in the Siller case brought in a verdict for his acquit al. The people of W akeenv and Trego county are thoroughly indir nant over such outrageous conduct The Ellis county jurymen rao-t have been an ignorant, pisr headed outfit to &tt and listen to such a lot of WEAK testimony as was givm. in the case and then bring in a ver diet of not guilty. It was evidence of itself that he was guilty when the case was taken there; those gen tlemen of the jury ought to be ashamed of themselves: ic shame and infamy ought to be stamped on the brow of every one of those juryman. Etc, Etc. The Editor was talking to the crowd in front of the post office; simDiv th hear himself. A lot of Kot from interested tes...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 September 1899

Official paper of Ellis county city of Hays. Advocating the bsst interests of Ellis county all the time. VOLu NO. 17. 1 HAtiRY FREES E. Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. September 30, 1899. SI. a year. Best Adve aara Pafss xh Go. Patronized bv Vie uusvn&ss JZt For Sheriff. Frank E. M La n s a candidate before the Republican county con rentiou for the office of Sheriff. It should be remembered that Frank McLain is a candidate for the republican nomination tor phe riff, fusion or no fusion, lie ready to make the race for his p? tv'ssaketo keep alive the orani zation. and announce- himst'lf candidate and a.-k the vote of all the people t all the parties. For Cornr. I beruby announce mjself a candidate for re-election to the office ef Coroner, and s'loukl feel it an honor to be again elected t" the position. Z Cfto B. Snyder. Indtpenden Jor herff. A so many are striving for tb nomination of 6heriH, and as I do not want to enter the scramble and make enemies, and mv mends...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 September 1899

THE FKEE PRESS. ttatvht rsEEZE, TuUlsbsr. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. KANSAS ITKMS OF IXTEBEST. Kansas is now shipping eggs an poultry to Cuba. The Syl Dixon grain train w as at th Atchison corn carnival. The coal miners of Osage county havi had their earnings increased by an ad vance of 10 cents a ton for mining. The first annual run ion of the Twen ty-first Kansas volunteers will take, place at Kingman October 3 to 5. At the Atchison corn carnival the,' Rock Island provided for the street pa--rade an automobile, free of expense to the city. J. P. Pomeroy offered Mr. Waggener 175,000 for his interest in a gold mine It Victor, Colo., and Mr. Waggener re fused the offer. At a circus in Wichita Emma Lateau, One of the trapeze performers, slipped and fell from a rope and was picked up unconscious. Outside of a badly sprain ed wrist she was not hurt much. Horton, Brown county, now a city claiming 4,000 people, being a division station, with important shops, of the Sock Island railroad, celebrate...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 September 1899

A. ne DeUeaey. The Transvaal Boer will eat almost anything In the flesh, fish or fowl line. for all Is grist that comes to his cas- ! tronomic mm, and the following mix- iure, says unamDers journal, is votea most delectable by the majority of the j rougher classes: A great square slice j is cut off a loaf made of coarse, un sifted meal, and covered with a thick layer of jam preferably strawberry; ! a row of Eardfr.es is then placed on j ew York, Sept. 26. New York City top, and the oil from the sardine box originally appropriated SI 50.CKX) to cover Is liberally poured over the whole. A the cost of receiving- Dewey, but this loud smacking of lips and other mani- j amount has been found to be inale festation3 of thorough appreciation ac- quate, and resolutions were adopted by company the disposal of this delicate tho managing committees calling- for bonne bouche; but the unsophisticated ! additional armronriations an-oreo-atin Boer only Indulges In this luxury when ' he means to enjo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 September 1899

The Gove citv Advocxte ed.tor mai'o local of 31 of our MibseriK-ri paying up in one week and said be would be elated over that number or a part of it and now one of its snbseribeis has bustled for it and got 20 new names on its lists. So keep up the good work. Out in Gove county the repub licans nominate their countv tic ket by the Crawford system and the Gazette man offered to. print the ballots ,kfor notning and a battle f beer" and the commute c accept ed his proposition but made him furni-h a bottle of beer to euc-h of the members before the copv wa turni-bed and he given the honors of printing the ballot. J he Kussians nave lived in our county for over 22 years and this week saw their first divorce case in Court, Elizabeth Weber of Herzoy sueing Jacob Weber on the cause of excessive cruelty, the evidence showing it, and (Jourt ordeted the separation and awar ded her a 160 acre tarm as her dower right. Jake Shu'ts ably conducted the case altho' it was a l m german. register Brun...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 October 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. city of Hays Advocating the bast interests of Ellis county all the time. VOL. 17. HAKBY FREES E. NO. 1 Editob & Publisher. City of Bays, Kansas otofoer 7, 1899. SI. a year. Best Advestchsg Pafs3 o Co PUronised by the angina M, Indept den Jor Sheriff. As so raany are striving . for the nomination of Sherift, and as I do not want to enter the scramble and make enemies, and my friends want jae to run and hare signed my petition, 1 have filed it and announce myself as an Ind ; pendent candidate for sheriff, and ask your vote at the polls. Genrge Drake. Geo Spencer has moved his res idnce over adjoining his shop to be handy to hid work. The hoa7 wind of Sunday af ternoon broke out the big plate glass wiadow ot Dr. Kohls store. Thomas and Dick Carter left this wek fr a months visit to relatives in Indiana. The "Mow Bov Preacher." Rev, J Kirkman, Belle Rive. 111., sajs, "Aftei suffering from bronchial or lurg trouble for ten vears, I was cured by One Min...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 October 1899

THE FREE PRESS. SASSY 2TSESZS, PuTjliiier. BAYS CITY, KANSAS KAKSAS ITEMS OK INTEREST: Lawrence is talking beet sugar fac tory. j An Atchison firm received 100 car loads of grain in one day recently, j Cherokee county will this fall vote on the proposition to establish & county High school. t There are more extra trains speeding Wbout in Kansns this fall than the state ver heard of before. The fortieth annual convention of the. 'Kansas diocese of the Episcopal church was held in Wichita this week. The J. C. Lysle Milling Company of Leavenworth have transferred their mill and two elevators to the millers' trust. A Books county man makes consid erable money breeding St. Bernards. He ships pups all over the United States. The annual reunion of the old and new soldiers of southwestern Kansas will be held at Stafford from October 16 to 21. Burglars got into a hardware store at Phillipsburg and took a lot of fine cutlery. They were captured at Smith Center. J. P. Pomeroy offered Mr. W...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 October 1899

Aatotnatle Salt Factory. ' Unas t (Peru) Cor. Chicago Record: About 100 mile north of Lima, near tt town of Huacho, Is one of the great curiosities of nature a salt factory on on automat 3c plan. When the tide comes In It fills a lot of shallow basin3, and the water Is prevented from Cow ing back Into the sea by closing the fates. The atmosphere is so dry that the water evaporates rapidly and leaves sediment of salt in an almost pure date, which Is scraped up, packed into sacks and shipped to market. Within Che coast a little farther the percola tion of sea water through the porous rocks Into pits and hollows has caused Immense deposits of salt to accumu late. The salt Is taken out in blocks six or eight Inches square and sold in that form. As soon as the salt is ex cavated the water comes in again and tn a year or two has solidified and Is ready for the market. Fcrar Thousand AboT Zero. Boston Globe: If the claims that are made for his invention are well founded, an English, chemis...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 October 1899

I I J - 1 r : i The Populists met in adjourned session last l bur&day. UcU 5th Chairman Gerken was at the Commissioner meeting and B F Kenloele was chosen chairman. As the republicans bad recogniz ed the Populist 360 votes by giv ing them register, one of paying offices, they returned tne compli ment and nimed Tom Hamilton for sheriff on theirs. Sheriff Loredistch was elected by the help of the dissatisfied re puba and pops, yet, while he has during his two years hired repubs to assist, ne nas never appointed a Populist as bailiff or deputy and to had bo nrht to expect an en dorsement. The Populists have always con tended that our German and Rus nan voters re entitled to a share of the offices, and to ohow their fnendnhip, they nominated Jacob Biasing for Co. Clerk for a second term, he having made a faithful & attentive officer. Phil Jacobs has also made a per feet treasurer, and some favored his endorsement, but Ike Yost al so has ft tends in the ranks and not to say Vote ...

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