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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 October 1905

Official City Job Printers. VOL. XXIIL, NO. 5 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, "SATURDAY OCTOBER 7, 1905. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI. A' YEAR. u ( I Local Happenings. A new Baptist church has start ed in La Crosse. Read Barney P. Bratt's new ad in this issue. John Nickles has sold his property opposite Ed Rca's to Mrs. Joshn who will move in soon. Harvey Penney has a force of line men busy re polemg and re-wiring some of the main telephone lines. Will Shinquin returned from Wa Keeuey Saturday evening with a load of furniture. Ernest Almond has enrolled is the Hays High School. He is a Junior.' Miss Henrietta Meyer who is teaching the Fairport school came homo this Saturday on a visit. Last Monday saw the first of the 10th month and quite a bit of specie changed hands. Joe Runyon has entirely recovered from a severe .sore throat and is able to bo back in the More. The season for use of city water on lawns has expired and those who henceforth sprinkle their lawns must pay extra. Geo. Phi...

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 1905

THE FREE PRESS. If. C. FK1JKSK, Kd. and Pub. HAYS CITY. KANS. KANSAS COMMENT Died 'in His Buggy Alone. A. J. Bingham, a farmer and old resident at Abilene, died In his buggy while driving in the south part of the coun ty. He was alone and his team went to a farm house unguided. He v.as C3 years old. Water Suit Conference. Attorney Generel Coleman left for Denver to confer with the attorneys in the Kansas-Colorado water suit. The testi mony in this case has about all been taken and the attorneys wanted to get ogether and give it consideration. Big Picnic at Stafford. The big two days' picnic and church fair, to be conducted by the Union Center peo ple in Dr. Rose's grove, southwest of Stafford. October 4 and 5. promises now to be the big gathering of the season in this section of the state. ; Unclaimed Freight Sale. An an nual sale of unclaimed freight will be held in Topeka by the Santa Fe, be ginning October 9 and lasting for sev eral days. A large amount of unclaim ed freight 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. — 7 October 1905

Send a Posts! for Book cl PrcscEtsJ The MeaiSi of vour families by insisting on r.,. TinrA. Wtin it comes to JJ..iw& - " - 7 -- t -a4 mnnv if votl Jl "-'"" - - standard article of purity and effi ciencythe wonderful BAKIHG POWDER An absolutely pure bakingr scientifically combined. 25 for 25 cents. Your grocer r your money u you arc isfied. Don't accept a tute I They are impure and a zee to health. the standard of V Q N C - IS I "NUB LACK" BLACK POWDER SHELLS The Nublack " is a grand good shell. It is good in construction, primed with a quick and sure primer, and carefully loaded with the best brands of powder and shot. It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting, evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading. ALL DEALERS SELL THEM Time may be money, but It's a poor bank account. Why It ! the Best Is because made by an entirely differ, ent process. Defiance Starch Is un like any other, better and one-third mor...

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 1905

Tinner and Bicycle repairs. We have secured vand are prepared to pair work, tin roofing, and work guaranteed. Also all kind of repairs Z Come see us at - C. W. Bell., v The Mount Hope Nurseries, LAWRENCE, KANSAS. A. C GRIESA, Sole Prop & Mgr. John C. Westbrook, It is ono of the oldest, largest and most reliable ficms in the State, with a complete lice of High grade Fruit and Ornimcntal stock, And its high reputation in the pastfor stck shipped is a guar antco that you cet the very best home grown rocfc. Mr. Westbrook is now soliciting orders foi 'It her Fail or Spring delivery &nd Guarantees the highest of salisfi.wi.-on and lowest of prices for goctf stock. Seo him before buyirg of anyone else and ltt him havo 3 cur order. O PMi uy a display AD : ssgr SEFORE and 5 sfe 1 RANK 81 PaDOOK: 2 I 3 j 1 To the Lakes of Wisconsin and Michigan. There are hundreds of ideal lake resorts in Wisconsin and Michigan easily and quickly reached from Kansas City by tuto . '.' .. Fatal iaiSwaf...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 October 1905

Fill fE8.SSv S UPFLEMENT Oct. 7th, I905 ifWt 'TO THE VICTORS 6ELON6 THE SPOILS." -1- v. 'tl r 7vV- '8 -V Haskell won an easy victory from the town boys yesterday afternoon; by a score of 12 to 0. The former's interference was perfect and netted them big gains on both end runs and line smashes. Haskell made one touchdown in the first half by holding Hays for downs and playing smashing football on the offense. They kicked goal. The first half ended without further scoring, the locals being unable to force Haskell's line for much ground. Second half started with Haskell kicking off. Hays got the ball but lost it repeatedly on fumbles, letting the Red Men make a touchdown in less than three minutes. They kicked goal. After this the town boys settled down and played a strong game, but were unable to score. No more scores were made. Final score: Haskell 12, Hays 0. Gate receipts $450. Frrther particulars next week. the Madden elevator, ujma sec. 1 peasea to have you call &t toeIy wct ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1905

Stte H& Society Official City Job Printers. VOL. XXIII., NO. 5 T PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1905. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. UN f i I nM.I llnni!nwn LUUdl IldppUllllli 14 columns of extra and choice reading matter is furnished our readers this week. John Kuhn, Jr. and family have moved over to Liebenthal, where he is teaching school. Rev. Brown and E R Cole drove over to Fairport this week to at tend a Presbyterian gathering. Several of our Club ladies are going to Stockton next week to attend tho meeting oftheCthdis trict Federated Clubs. Probate Judge Arnold had the pleasure of marrying Miss Louie Buck lew to Ernest Gnppen this week. Gave Will Hagcn of Ham ilton to marry next week in Ellis Jennie Kragerot his neighborhood Also issued licenses to Tony Zimmerman and Katie Kisner. Paul Miller and Madahna Pfanncn stiel, A P Engil to Susan Frank, Paul Bcfert to Anna Klaus. Tho entertainment given for tbe Library fund wos a great success, Arthur Johns...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1905

THE FREE PRESS. II. V. FKKESK, Kd. anil Pub. HAYS CITY, - - - KAN 3. KANSAS COMMENT Chnurf o!iol KiirulloarDt The to tal mitnlxT of pupils enrol W-ti in the Clianule schools is 1,711. This is the 6 pure yiven out lv Snp'rintciihiit .1. H. Aduais, after a computation of the j rerunis rumisueu nun uy mc jmh pals of the various ward huildinjrs. Old Settlers Meet. George W. Mar tin. secretary of the State Historical Society, was the speaker at Abilene t the old sottlers reunion of Dickin son county In Lincoln park. His sub ject v.as "The Pioneers of Kansas." J. F. liuhrer was elected president of the association and Emmet t Hoffman secretary. More than 1,000 persons were present. ' $100 For Insulting Girls. At Ar kansas City William Clark, an extra i Santa Fe fireman, was fined the limit, $100, in police court for insult'ng two young women. Clark said ho had been drinking and denied the charge, but the young women identified him in po lice court. He is from Springfield, 111., and claims...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1905

.ivoMEtrs neglect. SUFFERIIIGTHESUREPEtlALTY Health Thus Lost Is Restored toy Lydia K. Plnkbaxn's Vegetable Compound. IIow many woaion do you know who are perfectly well aud strong1? We hear every day the f ame storj'over and over agnin. " 1 do not feel well ; 1 am so tired all the time ! " More than likely yon speak the same words yourself, and no doubt you feel far from well. The cause maybe easily traced to some derangement of the fe male organs which manifests itself in depression of spirits, reluctance to po anywhere or do anything, backache, bearing-down pains, flatulency, nerv ousness, sleeplessness, leucorrhaea. These symptoms are but warnings that there Is danger ahead, and unless heeded a life of suffering or a serious operation is the inevitable result. The never-failing remedy for all these symptoms is Lydia E. l'inkham's Veg etable Compound. Miss Kate McDonald, of Woodbridge, N. J., writes : Dear Mrs. Pinkham : - 44 1 think that a woman naturally dislikes to make her tr...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1905

I Tinner and Bicycle repairs. I land Spair work, tin roofing, spouting, ana work guaranteed. We have secured a first class Tinners tWkUXVU. La ! 11 IJ Lll K. I II II V III -- etc . aiso an Kind of repairs to Bicycles. $ Come see us at our hardware storp. I C. W. Bell.. Hays, Kansas The Mount Hope Nurseries, LAWRENCE, KANSAS. A. C. QRIESA, Sole Prop & Mgr. TVwhn C WocfKrAAlr representing this Nur- vviui v. tt v,oiwivuij gery in this County. It i one of the oldest. laigpst and most reliable firms in the State, with a complete line of High grade Fruit and Ornimental stock. And its high reputation m the past for. stock shipped is a guar antee that you cet the very best home grown rtock. Mr. Westbrook is now soliciting orders f v either Fall or Spring delivery and guarantees the highest of satislction and lowest of prices for good stock. See him before buying of anyone else and lt him have 3 our older. HOLD on to the BANK BOOK like you'd cling to the SDip. Let your bans book go and y...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1905

THE FREE PRESS. IE II. C. FKHKSK, Ed. urt Pnl. HAYS CITY, KAN 3. The football face will now be aided to the 'undulating' features of our coun try. A French scientist eays we shall all be living in glass houses soon. Most of us are already. "All great men are cheerful," says a coutemporary. In other words, it is great to be cheerful.. Mrs. Frank Leslie says that women should not marry before they are 28 and many of them don't. Poets are writing sonnets on the commercializing of Niagara Falls. Something will have to give. There is this difference between treasure and happiness: ore is a brass band, the other the song of a bird. If a corset will impro.e the rear ele vation of a hump shouldered man, by all means encourage him to wear it. When the Russian Gosudastsvenna Douma meets no time should be lost in Introducing a bill to change its name. A flawless 4C0-carat diamond has been found near Johannesburg. I)r -pped by some careless actress probably. It is announced that there will be a...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1905

MEN OF PROMINENCE IN THE INSURANCE INQUIRY CASE I 1 wr.'A 'Jim a t rz . M I I JOHN A. M'CALL "Those relations were confidential, lr; I must decline to answer," said the witness. "There, is nothing confidential about the insurance business now," the in quisitor rejoined. And Ihe witness answered. Who the particular witness was and what (he question that drew out this colloquy doesn't matter greatly for the purposes of the illustration. The im portant thing is that the refusal to answer, testily given by a conservative old Wall street financier in the insur ance investigation, and the reply of counsel. Charles R. Hughes, of the committee, got right into the heart of the Inquiry that the Armstrong com mittee is now holding down at City hall, New York. It is worth while to look in on a session of the committee, if one cares anything for the' study of people. The big aldermanic chamber of the City hall Is filled to overflowing. At the far end, ' on an improvised platform whose bare board...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 October 1905

Official City Job Printers. VOL. XXIII. NO. 5G PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY OCTOBEE 21, 1905. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. 81. A YEAR. I Local Happenings, A car load of northern cabbage wa3 hroujrht here ihis week. Ice formed again on still water Sunday morning.' Judd Bell has begun his job of painting on tho Philip residence. Some of our ladies who forgot to take in somo of their house plants sot them frozen last week. It is next Thursday afternoon that tho Presbyterian Aid society meet at James H. Reeder's home. Lots of awful fine wheat is be- iug hauled to town now a days. Koads couldn't be finer. Fifteen cars of Thresher Coal must bo sold in thirty days at Madden'' s elevator. Chris Madscu of the Fairport neighborhood has had quite a tus sel with .typhoid fever. Kibbcy, the Ellis druggist, has sold out to Salma parties who are now running the business. ljissinir's started tho crudo oil to running this woek and now his electric light plant is run bv that instead of coal. All...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 October 1905

THE FREE PtfESS. II. C. FKKESE. KiL and Fab. - - - KAN 3. HAYS CITY, KANSAS COMMENT I.nnd In Cemrtrrlex. Marshall coun ty lias a larger aoivnjje in cemeteries than any other county in tne state. It lias 30) acres, Leavenworth county following with '"JS. Prof. Peasfey Acquitted. Profes sor II. Ptasley, the magnetic hiler who ha3 been on trial for ten clays, charged with poisoning his wife last July, was acquitted at Atchison. On a Practice Marc'.i. A practice march from Fori Kiloy to Clay Center was commenced by troop C of the Eleventh cavalry, under the com mand of Lieutenant Westmoreland. The troop is going to Clay Center to remain during the Clay county fair and give exhibitions there. Minister Was Eged. Rev. Mr. Carlton, a minister who has been holding a holiness meeting in th-3 United Brethren church at Maize, Kan., was egged by a mob of men and boys while returning home from church. It is said that he had been making uncalled for remarks about the men and women during his ser m...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 October 1905

The Story Xllisiher Hand Sapclte got a more enthusiastic welcome la tomes where Sapolio was an old ar.d tried friend, or where it was a strar.cr, is a ques tion. Where wozicn bzd come to rely on Sspollo for rapid, thoroh clean ins la every part ct the hoto except the laundry, they commenced without loss of time, to evcll of thlz new prize. Qrubhy little hands, end siztecd, work' worn older ones, whitened, softened, and smoothed out as It by tnaslc, cal lous spots disappeared, and com plexions cleared. Children ceased their strenuous objections to the scrub bing up process, because it became a 6 . pleasure. It freshened up the bands after dlsb-wasblzg, removing the most disagreeable feature of that necessary task. It was found to keep delicate baby skins from chafing better than salve or powder, and the crowning note in the song of delight came when an adult member of the family used it in a full bath, and realized that a Turkish Bath at a cost of one dollar was outdone by a small fr...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 October 1905

Jes Lenhart has rented the John Gross cottage on west Normal avo lately vacated by jeweler (Jooper. Dr. Sice is occupying" the Mrs. Ryan-Bissing cottage on cast Ju mat a street.. It is told someone prayed for ram and the damp weather came on the night of the Catholic fair. This, Friday, afternoon the Nor mal and Hays clubs play a foot ball game out at the Normal. HeDry Schultz has received a box of the very latest and attrac tive music records for his Edison phonograph. News comes of the death of tor former citizen, Clark Peters at his home in Missouri, leaving four orphan children, his wife. Mamie Bell, dying a few months ago. He underwent an operation in the hospital a short time ago, from which he never recovered. HORSES FOR SALE Sec J. H. WftRD. h R Cole is showing a noveltv in a fence fixer and wire tightener that surpasses anything ever be fore shown in this neighborhood George Spencer and Brown, the pump man, are putting in an cxten sive water plant at the Alex Philip rancho ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 October 1905

Official City Job Printers. VOL. XXIII. NO. 5$ - l PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HATS, KANSAS, SATURDAY OCTOBER 28, 1905. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI. A YEAR., Local Happenings, f Harry Felton now occupies the Qartland hoase near the Baptist church. . Last Sunday was a beautiful day &many enjoyed a walk or car riage ride. The Catholic fair closed Friday evening with a dance and netted the church over $1000. Wat Zeigler sold to the far mers the balance of his enr of red apples. Mrs Maska has returned from her visit to the K. C. hospital and feels much improved. Fifteen cars of Thresher Coal must bo sold in thirty days at If addend elevator. The many Russian weddings in our county now a' days brings in lots of beer to help celebrate with. Rev. Mumford preached at Rus cell last Sunday so no services in our Methodist church here. All kind, of FEED AT MADDEN'b Elevator. COX has had a regular rush all the week' for thoso Dcutche sacks, tho cartoon being lifelike yet laughable. Jacob Brumitr, one of ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 October 1905

THE FREE PRESS. II. C. FREESE, Ed. tod Fab. HAYS CITY, - - - KAN 3. HANSAS COMMENT N'otelm-CofrcT rill Line. TheUn Ion Traction eompany has started work on its electric line from Coffey ville to NemU-jsha. The grade is con ' Btructed to. Independence, IS miles north. Steel has been laid in the streets of Coffey ville aud traek laying has begun on the grade leading out of -the city. Opera House Proposition. A sec ond opera house proposition was .launched when the Tackett Audi torium .Stock Company, a home con ,Wn, offered to' build a $40,000 opera ' n K-.nno ,.r ; nnn in tickets iiuua iyj i uuii uo J " at Coffey ville, Kansas. Johnson, the ' St. Louis opera house builder, had a . month" ago started out to .build, a $50,006 house for a bonus of $10,000 In tickets. ( Woodmen Celebrate. 'Oak Leaf camp No. " 957, Modern Woodmen of America, held Its sixth successful log ' rolling at Hiawatha. One thousand Woodmen from all over Brown county. ; assisted the crowd of 10,000 people to celebra...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 October 1905

Aged Scientist Going Blind. Professor Hllgard, a cousin of the late Henry Vlllard, and for thirty-one years connected with the University of California, is threatened with total blindness and has been compelled to suspend work on his book on "Soils." which represents fifty years of study as an agricultural chemist. Pillsbury's Vitos is the best and most eco nomical breakfast food you can buy. Actually ' The Meat of : the Wheat. Its color proves lt purity Ita maker guarantee it quality ' Pillsbury Two honest pounds In every package Ask your grocer lir1'" The Worlds Standard BE LAVAL GREAF3 600,000 In Usa. Ten Times Ail Others Combined. art SIO.- ptr Cow h jiLiCV i "" '"spf IfeteA no $5 ptr Cc . . VeMj?& I a.., all . Vli in I Oitr all Imitating Sijantors. Still for mw Cot:r- TKl? DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO. Canal ftantlolpn Sta . , 74 Cortlanat firMt, - CMtcaao 1 NtW VONK Beautify Your Wails and Ceilings! fl Rock Gemsni i?d JiiSS tints. Docs not rub or scale. Destroys dls easa germs au...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 October 1905

w Mrs Johansen f east Saline has moved In town In school her daughter and locate hero perma nently, the men folks running the ranche. Many aio shipping cattle from here, but O. M. Olen, who bought the Andrew Oisen fanm on the Salino went to L.an. city Saturday to buy cattle for their ranche. Out at faimer Pickering's west ot town he again bound all of his feed crop, sorghum and kaffir, beinso much easier to feed. The County commi-sioners od Monday drove ont to the Salim and down to Big creek south of Walker to inspect the location of the new bridges to bo built there. HORSES FOR SALE SeeJ.H.WTinD. The Stark Nursery of Missouri made their fail delivery of stock hero last Saturday and was the most thrifty lot of vines & trees ever shipped in here. Good roots and nice shaped trees freshly dug, if properly planted and mulched when winter come, cant help get an e:ury spring start and make a ?ood quick growth toward fruiting time Tinner and Bicycle repairs. We have secured are prepare...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 November 1905

Official City Job Printers. VOL. XXIII. NO. 58 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY . NOVEMBER 4, 1905. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. 'SI. A YEAR. Local Happenings. Saturday's rain prerented the ladies basket ball same at Ellis. Next Monday Zeigler's have tho annual Cloak sale. Seo notice. FARMERS, buy your coal at Madden' 8 lilevator. Dick Finch, the old timer from the Saliae valley, spent a few days in our town. The snowy weather put a stop for 3 days to the stone work on the Normal gymnasium, Mrs Juetus Waters has recover ed and returned from her visit to Kansas city. Harry and George Grass were in town Friday George's family came with him. M. J. Goff. our land man, has returned from his eastern business trip. Wet snow kept falling all day Monday and few farmers came to town. Fifteen cars of Thresher Coal must be sold in thirty days at Madden? 8 elevator. Miss Maggie Cave came home from Gorham to spend Sunday with her parents. Round Oak Heaters & Furnaces. Wonder cast Cooks and R...

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