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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 November 1905

THE FREE PRESS. II. C. FREES K, Ed. mod Fab. HAYS CITY, KANS. KANSAS COMMENT Rain and Snow. Wichita has had a combination of rain and snow re cently, something unusual for this par ticular time of the season. County Attorney Dead. Otto G. Eckstein, county attorney, died at St. Francis hospital in Wichita, after an operation for appendicitis. He had been in the hospital two days. Thi3 was the fifth time he had been operat ed on. Boy Robe Stores at Bellevue. Douglass Child, a 15-year-old boy, was arrested here charged with breaking Into tho postofflce and several stores at night He was charged with break ing into the postofflce and stealing $2 in change. Hurt in Glas3 Plant. A swivel used to shovel fuel into the furnace in the Coffeyvllle window glass plant broke. R. H. Vermillion, a workman, was caught beneath it and his leg crush ed. There was a load of 200 pounds in the shovel when it broke. Many Girls at Banquet. The Con gregational church Is filled at every meeting of the Kansas ...

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

Send postal for "Book of Presents Send for KC right a- way. It's purer and more efficient than any Bak ing Powder that costs three times as much. 25 oz. for 25c. All grocers Coney Island Souvenir Post Cards. frlx beautiful colured scene for 25c Coney Island Postfal Card Co.. Coney Island. N. V. ThtGcnaheTOWER'5 SLICKER HA3 BEEN ADVERTISED AND SOLD FOR A QUAEIE2 OP A CENIUSI LIKE ALL aoma It la mode of the best fk&tcrtbb. in black or yellow, full Guaranteed, and sold bjr rctablc dealers ewwkere. STICK TO TKB SIGN OF THE FISH. T0WCft CANADIAN COcUxta A J TOWW CCL Washington's Early Wealth. Records of Fairfax county, Va., shew that George Washington, at the age f 27. owned 50,000 acres of land and In 1790 the Washington family had killed 150 hoga for their use. Pise's Cure is the best medicine we ever used tor all u flections of the throat and lungs Wm. O. Bns&Lsy. Vaaburen. Ind . Feb. 10. 1900 We don't know what you are, but we admit we are a cull. Investigate a ghost, and it ...

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

HOUSE lu RENT. V,.if.r r.r rent a Tromn (r.t !:. i. jM)crcil ai:l i:i,n:(l. CJeorge Drake is working so pump : do r, 1 acre garden ;ri to improve bis new home he chicken :trd. 5 minutes walk from Uiceps K) sound he dont hear the to n Ht mdv $S a month Sinta- J niimorous alarm clocks set to wake hie arranged for 2 families or m-v - j ,,m :lt tiayliarht and sleeps until oral boarders. J Yost's lig whistle blows. iho the SirtM ' ( idv hurid- sori.t- r'-i!M: : on ::t Juni.'iti .-l IJiiiisc in i:'t d roT. !iieU pain ti, l. th well ;:w.l city v;itcr. 1 g v:ul, or!id li ir and cow ''. at ', only $12 :. m. nth KRKESK j 'I he Sinik Nur.-ery of Mi-. un m:i'e their fall di-!iwr ot stock i here S;.iui!;i and was she mot thrifty lt d vires & trf s v r s hinted in heie. G"t roots and nice sh-ipol mm:S t'reshl . (t;:ir, ; if properly pl.-mtrd -;r.d mulched j vhen winti r UK, r.-iit kelp re t mi ealv spring lart and ma! a wood quick growth lowatd fsuinmr time 5 fni-.. u b"" ;5 !i 1 pL oankI A 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. — 11 November 1905

Official CSt" Job Printers. VOL. XXIII. NO. 52 PUBLISHED AYEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, 1905. HARRY EREESE, EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. I Local Happenings. The Misses Ryan entertained on Thursday evening. Mrs James Carter is now enter taming her mother from Ellis. Goetchius have moved from the farm to their new homo on Fair view hill. The Presbvterian Aid society met at their Parsonage Thursday. FARMERS, buy your coal at Madderts Mevator. John Hyde & family have gone to housekeeping in the Steiner block. Fifteen cars of Thresher Coal must bo sold in thirty days at Madden1 8 elevator. The entertainment at the Normal by Mrs Chilton was well attended and much enjoyed. We hope somo of our subscri bers will remember that ye Editor would like a Christmas turkey. Henry Samuclson has moved to the Charlie Reeder cottage on west 2nd street. Our stores are now getting lots of poor eggs that farmers tiied to 'salt down' when eggs were cheap. Round Oak Heaters & Furnaces. Wonder ca...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 November 1905

THE FREE PRESS. I. C. FKEKSK. Kd. anil Fob. HAYS CITY, KAN 3. KANSAS COMMENT Gas For Winfield. It is stated on good authority that gas will be piped to Wmfield from Hackney. A Chi cago company, composed of Joy Mor ton and others, are planning to pipe gas the seven miles and connect with the mains of the Winfield Gas Com pany. Epidemic of Impetigo. A number ber of the children of the city schools at Iola have been and are now afflict ed -with a contagious disease known In medical circles as impetigo, a pe culiar eruption of the skin. The dis ease is known outside of medical cir cles as the "itch." Atchison Oil Refinery. The Uncle Sam Oil Hennery at Atchison will be completed and in operation by May 1, 190C, according to W. F. Rightmir, of Cherryvale, the company's attorney, who was in Atchison last week. This Is conditional upon an open winter that will permit work to continue. McBride Leaves Topeka. Within the next couple of days Edward Mc Bride, receiving teller In the treasur er'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. — 11 November 1905

HOW GORKI WAS LIBERATED. IWystery Surrounding His Release is Finally Cleared. The mystery surrounding the Te Uasc from jail of Maxim Clorki, who was arrcstPtl in St. Petersburg as a revolutionist, 'Is cloarecl. The novelist owes his "liberty to Count Witte. presi dent of tho council of ministers, who drew up a report in which the follow ing passage occurs: "A severe sen tence or a Ions imprisonment might deprive the world and Itnssia of a creative genius "from whom great things may yet be expected. The unprecedented sympathy of which he id the object is a proof of the attention with which the intellectual world fol Iowh the development of Russia, and of tho regard which Is felt for the Russian-writer outside his own country. The man who writes a treatise on Insomnia may call himself a wide awake author. Autumn leaves demonstrate that one good turn deserves another. A TRULY JDEAL WIFE HEB HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER Vigorous Health Is the Great Source of tbe Power to Inspire and Encourage ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 11 November 1905

HOUSE to RENT. We offer for rent a 7 room cot tage. newly papered and painted, pnmp nt door. 1 acre garden or chicken yard, 5 minutes walk from town at only $8 a month. Suita ble arranged for 2 families or sev eral boarders. A ho the Staats Hcnlv hand some residence on east Juniati 3t. Hnuso m good order, nicely pain ted, both well and city water, big yard, good barn and cow lot, at only $12 a month FREESE The Stark Nursery of Missouri made their fall delivery of 6tock 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 wken winter come, cant help get an ealy spring start and make a good quick ffrowth toward fruiting time. I 1 'ft Pooft' X viX e V IIs sir JOS. RUNYON, DEALER IN All kinds of Farm Implements. Wagons and buggies of the newest make. C2See Our "Grand Detour" & "Ottowa" Wagons. Drills, Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. AGENT FOR HONKER IMPLEMENT CO. Locat...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 November 1905

Official City Job Printers. VOL. XXII1I. NO. 1 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1905. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI. A YEAE 1 Local Happenings, Clcvo Shultz is now located out at LosAngeles. Mrs. Scott is visiting her chil dren in Junction city. Our-town is pretty well billed for the play here Saturday night. Posters arc up for the Little Brown Jug play out at the Normal Nov. 24th. Last Sunday the work was com pletcd on the heater ot the Normal and fire was turned on. FARMERS, buy your coal at Maddens hlevator. Mr & Mrs Toothaker have dnv cn over to Kearney, Neb. on a' vis it to her folks. The Jacobs Opera company havo put up a big show bill board on north Chestnut street. Fifteen cars of Thresher Coal must bo sold in thirty days at Madden1 s elevator. Since leaving here young Henry A Staatz has married a Gove Co. girl and taken up a homestead in that county. General Passenger Agent Coop er of the Chicago & Alton railraod was hero Tuesday transacting bu sines...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 November 1905

THE FREE PRESS II. C. FRI2ESK, Ed. ud Fab. HAYS CITY, KAN 3. COMMENT Woman a Hunter. A license to bunt game has been Issued here to Miss Myra Stores of Lansing. Starts Skunk Farm. C. O. Graham, of Phillips county, has started a skunk farm. He says one skunk will bring more revenue in a year than two cows. Still, the difference doesn't compen sate for that smell that a skunk leaves behind. ! Caught With Wet Goods. At Ar kansas City County Attorney Kream er personally arrested Andrew Ward, negro, on the charge of bootlegging, and took charge of several bottles of liquor which the negro carried in a basket. The county attorney saw Ward coming out of an clley with the basket, and suspecting that it con tained liquor, arrested him later, turn ing Lis prisoner over to an officer. Robbed of $1,535. V. H. Davis, manager of a repertoire company showing In Winfield, was robbed of $1,585 in cash and drafts at the Pal mer hotel. He had gone to bed late, leaving his vest with the money in it on,...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 November 1905

C, OUNCES'' it you don t ces for Vw 'hicaoo .(if X 25 oun JAQUES MFG. CO. Chicago "V7w Tne artistic "Boole free upon THERE 15 NO Forty years &.00 and after many years i use n Ihz eastern coast, lowers Waterproof Oiled Coets were introduced in the West end were called flickers fcy the pioneers and cowboys. This graphic name has come into such general use' that it U frequent) though wrongfully applied to nvay substitutes, you want the qenune. LooK for the Oign of the rjsh.and the ivane Tower on the buttons. HADt IN SLACK AM YUXOW AND SOLD CT REPRESENTATIVE TRADE THE WORLD OVER. , XXT0W5B CO. tCSTON. MASS. U.S. A. TOWtR CANADIAN CO.LiwtH.TOJONTO. CAN. HKHHmMBKOKU $16 AW ACRE in Weste rn Canada is the amount many farmers will realize from their wheat ii cropthisycar. 23 Bushels to tho Acre Will be the Average Yield of Wheat. The land that this 'was grown on cost many of tbe farmers absolutely nothing, -while those who wished to add to the 160 acres the Govern ment grants, can buy la...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 18 November 1905

HOUSE to RENT- We offer for rent a 7 room cot lagc, newly papered and painted, pump at door, 1 acre garden or chicken yard, 5 minutes walk from town at only $8 a month. Suita ble arranged for "2 families or sev -eral boarders. AUa the Staats Henlv hand some residence on east Juniati st. House in good order, nicely pain ted, both well and city water, big. yard, rood barn and cow lot, at only $12 a month F REESE The Stork Nursery of Missouri made their fall delivery ot stock hero last Saturday and was 1he most thrifty lot of vines & tiees ever shipped in here. Good roots and nice shaped trees fresh I v dug, if properly planted and mulched wken winter come, cant help get an ealy spring start and make a sjood quick growth toward fruiting time. 1 L k I IS "1 g 1 nays, Kansas. JOS. RUNYQN, " DEALER IN All kinds of Farm Implements. Wagons and buggies of the newest make. See Our "Grand Detour" & "Ottova" Wagons. Drills, Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. AGENT FOR PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 November 1905

St-te HvSt-Soeiety ; VOL. XXIV. NO. 2 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS; SATURDAY .NOVEMBER 25, 1905. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Local News Mr. & Mrs Pettit and Ed Bro 8ius arrived homo Thursday eve. FARMERS, buy your coal at Maddeii's Jblevator. The Ellis Review is prospering, has a new power press, and comes to our table in enlarged form. Peter Frantc, who has been em ployed in tne Oakley depot for some time, returned to this city this week. Father Maher, of Salina, one ot the prettiest speakers, delivered a beautiful address in the. Catholic church this Friday morning. We arc sorry to. have to record the death on Friday morning of Mrs. Joe Runyon, jr., formerly Jennie, daughter of Wm. Butts. "Next Thursday is Thanksgiving so a holiday at the P. O., Banks and stores and all be closed. With the changable weather at this season of the year thero seems to be quite some sickness in town. Round Oak Heaters & Furnaces. Wonder cast Cooks and Ranges & Majestic steel Ranges...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 November 1905

THE FREE PRESS If. C. FSKESK, Ed. kod Fob. HAYS CITY, KAN 3. KANSAS COMMENT Abilene to Have Park. The Abi lene Commercial Club has started a movement to provide a large city park for Abilene. The meeting cf the promoters was held at the offices of President C. C. Wyandt and there were many present. Chum of Harry Tracy. William Brown, alias Harris, alias Golden, sent to the Kansas penitentiary from Wy andotte county, Kan., March 21, 1S98, has been Identified as one of the three men who escaped from the Utah state prison eight years ago with Harry Tracy, the bandit, v.ho terrorized the northwest a few years ago. Scarlet Fever Closes Schools. The public school In Lansing has . been closed because of an epidemic of scar let fever. One child died with the dis ease in the early part of the week and eight more cases are reported. The county health officers are aiding in the suppression of the contagion and it is believed the school will not be sus pended for more than a week. Franklin Coun...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 November 1905

OF HEAD THROAT BLADDEB LUNGS FEMALE STOMACH, ORGANS Colonel Arthur Ij. Hamilton, of tho 7th Ohio Volunteers, 259 Goodalo street, Columbus,. C writes: "As a remedy for ca tarrh and etomach trouble I can t ul ly recommend Peruna." Urn. Hamilton. wLfe of the si rallant Colonel, U an ardent N friend of Peruna also f INDIANS FOOLED THEM. Come Winnebagos Beat White Men at Their Own Game. A pood story comes from the West of some Winnebago Indians on a re servation near Sioux City beating the white man at his own game. The In dians have been accustomed to race their cow ponies against the thorough breds that the sporting gentry have imported 'for the purpose, and, betting heavily, have lost large sums. Last month, according to the story, the In dian bucks raised a subscription fund and sent one of their number to Ken tucky, where he bought the best horse he could get for $1,000. The thing was kept quiet until the next fair, and then the Indians entered their horse under the unsuspicious nam...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 25 November 1905

Market fcr " v : The English .ire elate our maple iiu-ivr n is f pected that a good i;iurki t for it c; be made with them. Argentina and United States. Argentina's constitution is modeled on that of the United Slates. Ameri can teachers have Leen called to schools of the republic. The country considers itself our rival in trade. American Barrels. America makes more barrels tbr any other country. The annual r r,- uctlon is 200,001) barrels and eireui packages. London Suburban Traific. In the London morning rush hours, before 10:3 the number of persons who entered the city by train and om nibus from the fu'ourbs on a recent day when they were officially counted was: From the west, 77.508; from the north, 115,109; from 1he cast, 127, 179; from the southeast. 113,252; from the southwest, 52,327. Total, G1C.173. Superheaters on Railways. In experiments recently tried on the Belgian state railway with Schmidt superheaters, used in locomotives, it was found that the saving of fuel due to 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. — 2 December 1905

i Official City if ob Printers. VOL. XXIV. NO. 3 PUBLISHED AYEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 2, 1905. HARRY FREEgE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. V Local News Do you realize that the last month of 1905 is here. Another light rain came Friday night and Monday. Miss Qucenie Cox has returned from her visit to Salina. FARMERS, buy your coal at MadderCs Elevator. The Experiment Station got in a car of ear corn this week to feed to their stock. All hands at school were glad to see Miss Abbio Westbrook back to school again. From the price ot eggs and but ter our people conclude that win ter has already arrived. Hesse has sold out at last their storo goods and thev will be moved across the street. Thanksgiving day was general ly observed and business places closed. The Remington Typo writer had one of their men hero this week working up business. Criminal cases will occupy the time of this court all ot next week and no telling when the civil suits will get an inning. Round Oak Heaters & Fu...

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

THE FREE PRESS II. C. FKEESE, Ed. and Pub. HAYS CITY, KANS. KANSAS COMMENT Kansas Pioneer Dead. Willis Halght. aged C5, one of the early set tlers of Sumner county and formerly postmaster at Conway Springs, died there of apoplexy. Sixth Battery Leaves Wichita. On Its 1,000-mile march from Fort Riley to Fort Sam Houston, Tex. the Sixth battery of field artillery continued its Journey south from this citj Franklin Co. Pioneer Dead. David E. Stevens, a citizen of Franklin county since 1S57 and a participant In many of the incidents of border days, is dead at his home in Ottawa Problem Solved. A shaleonaire is getting rich off his Trego county gold shale land. He ta:; quit looking for gold and gone to raising onions on It. People who got swindled on the ehale game have always wondered what the gold shale land was good for. They are glad to know that it will produce onions. An Official Who Does. It is differ ent now. When Tom Wagstaff, coun ty attorney of Montgomery county, first took of...

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

TWICE-TOLD TESTIMONY. A Woman Who Ha Suffered Tells How to Find Relief. The thousands of women who suffer backache, languor, urinary disorders and other Kidney ins. k:wlll find comfort in the words of Mrs. Jane Farrell of C06 Ocean avenue, Jer sey City, N. J., who says: "I relteraie all I have said be fore In praise o? Doan's Kidney Pills I had been having heavy backaches, and my general health was affected when I began us ing them. My feet were swollen, my eyes puffed, and dizzy spells were fre quent. Kidney action was irregular and the secretions highly colored. To day, however, I am a well woman, and I am confident that Doan's Kidney Pills have made me so, and are keep ing me well." 'Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Buys Historical Building. General J. Watts De Peyster, ol Tivoll. N. Y., will purchase the his toric Fort Johnson at Atkin, the ba ronial mansion of Sir William John son, and present it to the Montgomery County, N. Y., Historical...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 2 December 1905

- JOS. RUNYON, - ... V DEALER !H nAll . kinds of Farm Implements. vp-iWiagons and buggies of the newest CCSee Our "Grand Detour" & "Ottowa" Wagons. DiiiXs, Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. PSagent for PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO. v.t Lot'ated' In Lei ker Storo Building (with the Crocker Pump l. tbop) on Chestnut St. Ax HAYS. lV- ' :,- : " Also transact business at ELLIS If ... e g will furnish goods at as low prices as can obtained anywhere, and on terms to suit, :y You have the advantage of having a local i dealer to place GOODS Tind Protect YOU i IN THEIR GIVING SATISFACTION. fr? TKJa Pnocicn ahnntinr rio I hoa hAan a 4-a Was Hr montr at IKa hero I - a. , J . . . had 8Qch' ttecess in the west 'of sian young men and mastnave r v; .. , j unearthing U.S; Land frauds they w . . ' . . have now strtd in on Kftcas and and'troable the carrying of a pis- m m-;Xm :Vut-W! H V ' Court xa.to ; meet at Torjeka. fiit Shoemaker a good farm to defend his son. Prof. Madden of our Hj?h school wants his ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 December 1905

Stte HyS-t. Soeiety Official City Job Printers. VOL. XXIV. NO. 4 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 9, 1905. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. 1 be Local Mews . imm ' ' Toothakers have returned from their trip to Nebraska. Jeffreys has returned from his vacation trip and reports a good time while away. Locky Scott came up from K.C. to see his family and the new house. Ice formed strong enuf in the late cold spell to .furnishing skat ing last Saturday. Judge Reeder made a fine ad dress before the Educational Asso ciation last Saturday afternoon. The Methodist church was full last Sunday eve at the opening meeting of the Revival Services. Lots of wheat was brought in on Monday showing there is still lots of it held in our county. Prof. Fairchild came up from Ellsworth on Saturday and deliv ered an address to the teachers. Do you realize that it is only two weeks until Christmas, and 3 weeks to the end of this year. The cold weather is causing the people to bank up aroun...

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