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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 February 1906

47 MEW SHOE Ladies' and Men's. New spring GinghamToii du no id. Reduction in price LADIES' SKIRTS. $0.00 down to only 4.50 $5.00 now at. 3 75. 4.G0 th.s week at 2.75. Good 3 00 for only 2 25. At Zeiglsrs JOS. RUNYON, DEALER IN All kinds of Farm Implements. Wagons and buggies of the newest make. l258See Our "Grand Detour" & "Ottowa" Wagons. Drills, Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. AGENT FOlt PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO. Looted in Leiker Storo Building (with the Crocker Pump ho on S. Chestnut St. At HAYS. ALpo transact business at ELLIS .v? urniture Carpets, Curtains, i Paper, Picture 3 Good Wail Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABY CARRIAGES to suit. Large assortment Carpet samples WE INVITE YOU TO F.ffl AVEMANN r QUTLLMa WE ALSO DESIRE TO OUR GROCERY Philip .. : .,5----r..i'-ri.:.i.,vi.iv"L PEMNSULAR We ask you to come see this range, It is the best and cheapset made. North Side Hardware Store. Windsor block, Hays city. ' c irrj k 44 BU?eS 9 Z 216 Tarietiea of Fruit, 1 . ...

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 February 1906

Stte Ftya. Soeiety ) VOL. XXIV. NO. 14 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBRUARY, 17, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR I " rl I . V 1 L 1 1 Local AJetvs Dr. Kidd was in town Monday shaking hands with his friends. .Wm. Dillon has some fine feed on his farm just west of town that he ( offers for sale cheap. Lots of our citizens have not put up their ice yet and it is past the middle of February. "We handle Solon Palmer's Per fumes, the best in the world. See J. H. Spratt & Co John Hyde has sold back to Mr Finley his barber shop and it has been rented to O'Laughlin's broth er in law. To-day, Saturday, President Roosevelt's daughter, Miss Alice. is to be married to congressman Longworth of Ohio. So interesting ;s the work out at the Normal school that most of the students go back there in the afternoon for work. Sorghum t Kaffir corn U sale I have some fine feed for sale at reasonable prices, delivered in this city. See me, send word through P.O., or leave word at Felt...

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 February 1906

THE FREE PRESS Zf. C. FCKE3E, Ed. end Fltbb HAYS CITY, KAKC KANSAS COMMENT Soldier Charged With Forgery.. John Costello, a soldier at the Fort Riley garrison, was arrested at Junc tion City on a charge of forgery. Topeka New State Bank. Topeka will have another new bank. It will be known as the Topeka State bank, and will have a capital of $25,000. C. W. Snyder, a Topeka capitalist, will be president and his son. Chester Sny der, cashier. Wellington Gets a Park. Welling ton has received as a gift the nucleus of a park and public exposition ground. The three-acre tract upon which the amusements of the carni val last October were held is the one presented to the city. The gift was made- several days ago by Frank Knowles, one of the public spirited citizens of Wellington. Test Street Sprinkling Law. At Abilene the Union Pacific Railway Company has brought an injunction suit to test the street sprinkling law proposed by the legislature in 1905. The law provides for assessment of propert...

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 February 1906

X f II ) E i .. . . i! Vegetable Prepatalioafor As similating fceFood andEetf ula ling theStonsds aixlBowcls of Promotes DigestionjCheerfur ncss aMncst.Contains neilhcr Opdum.Morphine norIiii2raL NotNarcotic. Mx. Smxa AdUUsSmL'i" A perfect Remedy forCoiwUpa Tion , Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- i ncss and Loss OF SLEEP. facsimile Signature of NEW'YOnK. r EXACT COPY OF WRAPHEf. i ymn i.uy An Historic Mule. One of tho oldest settlers in King man county, Kas., is a mule. It helped to draw the first wagonload of provi sions into tho county. The mule has been admitted as a member of the Old Settlers Association and attends eveiy picnic. It is ono of the land marks of the county. a" Successfully Prosecutes Claims. Lata ttiuclpal KiimtDsr U 8. teubion Bureau. 1 3 in lu civ j war. 14 adj udicatiug claim, attj aince. Oar eatalofne tCWnu pect&l in struction fur the j MikrtOTktlnn of each cXmmm of Tetcetablea. Beod for a copy. 4. i, H. Gm7 Boa, BartoUhud, lah FREE TO ...

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 February 1906

in4 Ladies' and Men's. New spring Gingham'ToiI du - no id. Reduction in price LADIES' SKIRTS. 1 $f).0 down to only 4.50 5.00 now at 3.75. $1.00 th.s week at 2.75. Good 3 00 for only 2 25. tfrSL ! D it 2iIers JOS. RUNYON, DEALER m All kinds of Farm Implements. Wagons and buggies of the newest make. E2See Our "Grand Detcur" & "Ottowa" Wagons. Prills, Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. AGENT FOR PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO. Looted in Lejkcr Store Building (with the rocker Pomp Shop) en S. Chestnut St. At HAYS- Al.-o transact business at ELLIS For Judge, 23d district. i hrrehv tiTJiiounce mvt lt as candidate tor Judjre of the 23rd Judicial district of Kansas, sub jeel to the decision of the Rep.ub can Judicial convention James H. Reedei:. The railroad pow-wow here on Thursday agreed to disagree. All wanted to boss. But Lamed & LaCiosse don't care, thev get the Tel'eanx road from Hutchinson. A string of catho lic beads found. Who lost them? Rich Brutnitr of the Saline an Elk a Becson of Wa...

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 February 1906

VOL. XXIV. NO. 15 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Local News Rowheon's are haying city water run into their boarding house. George Philip, jr , is visiting his sister m Kansas city. Jas. Stehley was home on Sun day from Sahna, where he is at tending a business college. Crowds have all the week been looking at the great display in the Docker store windows. Kev. Brown and Will Hollen beok drove out to the revival meet ing on the Smofcey Thursday eve. The Handbook number of the Emporia State Normal school has been received and the 75 pages are interesting reading. Now that we have waterworks, Cottonwood trees are the prettiest and fastest growers for your yard. See John Seitz' notice. And now it is a marriage li cense by our Probate judge issued to Ardon Finch, Turkvillo to Miss Agnes Aulbaugh near Plainville. At the Presbyterian church to morrow, Sunday, morning the sub ject of discourse will be "The Homo". All are cordiall...

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 February 1906

THE FREE PRESS 2T. C. FEEESE, Ed. od P&2 HAYS CITY, KAN& KANSAS COMMENT Kansan Killed in Utah. A telegram received at Concordia from Salt Lake City announces, the killing of Charles Lawyer, a railroad man. whose home Is in this city in a railroad accident there. Quarreled Over $2.50. For $2.50 the owners of the Chanute pop fac tory have gone into expensive court litigation.' the costs of which will amount to nearly $500 so the report of Referee Brewster made public in dicates. Drove In Fror.t of a Train. George Hays, of Coyville. west of Chanute, was killed by Santa Fe passenger train No. 2C8. which runs between Chanute and Emporia. He was driv ing a team and wagon and tried to pass in front of tlie train. Greeley Trying for Oil.' Alford Bros. & Lamb of Rantoul. moved a rig to Greeley preparatory to drilling for oil. Only c o rig will be used now, but should oil be struck, four other rigs will be brought here later. Tom Alford of the above firm was here last week and got...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 February 1906

RAISED FROM A DEATH-BED. Mr. Pitts, Once Pronounced Incurable, Has Been Well Three Years. E. E. Pitts, CO Hathaway St. Skow hegan. Me., says: "Seven years ago my track ached and I was so run down mat i was laid up four months. I had night sweats and fainting spells and dropped to 90 pounds. The urine passed every few minutes with In tense pain and looked like blood. Dropsy set in and the doctors decid ed I could not h My wife got me using Doan's Kidney Pills, ,and as they helped me I took heart, kept on and was cured so thor oughly that I've been well three years." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. A small man's idea of greatness is to have other men point him out and say: "There he goes." Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of as a cough cure. J. W. O'Baics, 323 Third Ave. N., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. C. 190&. Many an otherwise truthful man will lie about the fun he had while camping out. Washing Vindowo. The method of washing windows h...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 24 February 1906

1 1 s i ' JOS. RUNYON, 'DEALER IH All kinds of Farm Implements. Wagons and buggies of the newest make. CrC?See Our "Grand Detour" & "Ottowa" Wagons. Prills, Harrows, Sulkey and Disk Plows. AGENT FOR PIONEER IMPLEMENT "CO. Located in Leiker Store Building (with the Crocker Pump Shop) on S. Chestnut St. At HAYS. AU transact business at KLIJfcs g vy yef ye? p J Furniture "Undertaking L Carpets, Curtains, Paper, Picture 9 . Good Vall Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABY CARRIAGES to suit. Large assortment Carpet samples i WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR GOODS. F. MAVEM gSk. cT.t SVi QUALITY TEZS B ut 'Queen Quality' V This. 5 other s both -Si found WE ALSO DESIRE TO OUR. GROCERY Philip .a1 mm k0mi moms I I i mom PEMNSULAR We ask you to come see this range, It is the best and cheapset made. - North Side Hardware Store. Windsor block, Hays city. ii ho 2 turns are necessarj'. Most economical machine for maintaining grades and surfacing rough roads. Write for circular and pr...

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 March 1906

VOL. XXIV. NO. 16 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY IIARCH 3, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Local News Lent has come for a six week's stay until Easter, April 15th. We treat our readers to 2 pages, or 14 columns, of extra & choice reading matter this week. Mrs. Cowan entertained the Presbyterian Ladies Aid society on Thursday afternoon. Soft finished White Goods, suitable for drawn work waists & BUits for ' sale at Zeigler's store. Thursday brought us a shower, followed by a cold wave, snow and biting wind. Miss Ida Behan entertained a few lady friends at tea in compli ment to Mrs Freda Trinkle. Atty Hohnquist was in Ellis on Saturday on legal business return iue first of the week. w. L. oinitn nas secured a pas ture east of town and will take Borne of the town herd to pasture Spring shoes! Just in! We have received the latest fads in Shoes, something fine, and just the thing. Come see them at the Zeigler store. Judge Atberton, attorney Hol land and Beardsle...

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 March 1906

THE FREE PRESS 2T. C FREE3K, Ed. and Fn2v HAYS CITY, KAKJ A trade note says '"heavy shoes move slowly." It sounds almost like a truism. A Boston hen was sold last week for $7&0. . She must have come over In the Mayflower. 1 Admiral Togo Is coming over here In 'April with two -armored cruisers. Oil up your banzais! Of the C.817 new books published in England last year, probably seventeen were well worth reading. The new king of Denmark 13 in hi3 . B3rd year, and may be ' considered thoroughly safe and sane. The shah of Persia has "granted a parliament," and will np doubt run it entirely to his own satisfaction. It wouldn't be so embarrassing to tell folk3 what you think of them if they wouldn't return the compliment. It is not true that the motto of M. Anatole Le Braz, this year's French lecturer at Harvard, Is "Erin go bragh." A Cincinnati woman has 1,000 ca naries. When we move to . Cincin nati we shall be careful not to rent the next fiat. When a. woman says she hates to have ...

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 March 1906

Modest Home of Head of the Miners' Union MRS. MITCHELL ANX HOME AT SPBINO VALLEY. IX L. DESERT RAILROAD IS OPENED Une from Berber to SuaV Ready to Carry Traffic. The railway from Berber, on the Nile, to Suaklm or Port Soudan, on the Red sea, has Just been opened to traffic. The road was projected twenty-five years ago, or before the Sou dan was abandoned by the British In 1R82. Osman DIgna made war on all surveying parties, however, and -before the death of Gordon at Khar toum had "cJosed the route from the Red sea to tbo Nile. After the retirement of the British expedition from Khartoum. In 1882, all of the Egyptian Soudan for six teen years -was given over to bar barism, and projected railways were lost sight of. Among the men who protested against the course of the British government In 1882 were Gen. Kitchener and Slattn Pasha. Both appealed to the British people, and in 1898 Kitchener made his successful campaign against the Mahdi and re claimed all of the Egyptian Soudan surre...

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 March 1906

THE FREE PRESS H. C. FBKE.SK, Ed. and Pab. HAYS CITY, KAKS. KANSAS COMMENT Kansan Killed in Utah. A telejrraiti received at Concordia from Salt Iike City announces the killing of Charles Lawyer, a railroad man. whose home Is fn this city in a railroad accident there. Former 'dissourians. There are 162.C29 people in Kansas "who must be shown.". They came from Mis souri. At least that Is the number Secretary Coburn's census bulletin shows have come to Kansas from Mis souri. Proud Lawrence Man. T. M. liar gis, of the University book store, re called some papering that he had done at the old Lougworth home in Cincin nati many years ago, when he was living in that city. The old house was of the colonial pattern and had an Immense hall, which was included in the job. Boy Accidentally Shot. Victjr Fleming, a thirfeen-year-old boy, went out hunting at Sterling and while car rying the shotgun it was from Lome cause unknown to the boy discharged, shooting off almost the entire calf of his leg...

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 March 1906

i MAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. Congressman Lleekison Gives Praise to Pe,-ru-na For His Recovery. CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON PRAISES PE-RU-NA. ITon. David Meekison, Napoleon, Ohio, ex-member of Congress, Fifty-fifth District, writes: "I have used several bottles of thereby from my catarrh of tho head. I use It a short time longer 1 will be inirty years' standing." David meekison. ANOTHER SENSATIONAL CURE: Mr. Jacob L. Davis, Galena, Stone county, Mo., writes: '"I have been in bad health for thirty-seven years, and after taking twelve bottles of your I'eruna I am cured." .Jacob Ij. Davis. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Ilartman, priving" a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Ilartman, President of The II artman Sanitarium, Columbus O. WANTED, Limited territory of .special representatives is nearly complete. Answers must reach, us immediately, with best of refer...

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 March 1906

JOS. RUNYON, - DEALER All kinds of Farm Implements. Wagons and buggies of the newest make. t22See Our "Grand Detour" & M Otto wa" Wagons. Drills, Harrows, Sulkey,and Disk Plows. AGENT FOR PIONEER IMPLEMENT CO. South Main street, opposite depot AI50 transact busines at ELLIS 4- 4 mum A N D Carpets, Curtains, Paper, Picture Good Wail Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABY CARRIAGES to suit. Large assortment Uaipot samples WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR GOODS. w 2S5 B ut WE ALSO DESIRE TO OUJt GROCERY Philip !ii'-.-'i-;',i,-,!,''-iii'ii'ifiSisys-r'a dills - F. HAVEMABJN jrJTi. ut tsSft cai. cs&i i This, v-V other both SS- found PENINSULAR We ask you to come see this range, It is the best and cheapset made. North Side Hardware Store. Windsor block, Hays city. J Tho W 1 gJ-saa turns are necessary. Most economical machine for maintaining grades and surfacing rough roads. Write for circular and price. M ANU FACTU RED BY THE WHITE CITY GRADER CO., White City, Kansas. m 1-...

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 March 1906

VOL. XXIV. NO. 17 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY MARCH 10, 1906. HAP.RY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Local News l Attorney Purceli of Wakeenoy was in town Friday. M.E. Dixon is hero as;ain rea dy for business. Patsy Dean has become one of the incorporators ot the Plainvillo railroad. Work on the Jake Bruel cot tage progresses nicely, contractor Barnes having on a big force of men. Word comes of the serious ill ness ot farmer Davis Burch at his farm in north Buckeye township. Dr. Middlekauff drove out there Monday in the snow storm. The Ladies ot the Presbyterian church will serve a Chicken pie supper at. the home of Mrs. Geo. Philip on Thursday, March 12th beginning at 5 o'clock. Price 25c All are invited. Tho wet snow furnished lots ot fun Tuesday for the kid9 to snow ball and wade in the shoveled piles along the sidewalks. Decker forgot to include sleds in his adver last Saturday but be quickly got them out and sold some at his way down prices. The shovel brigade had lots...

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 March 1906

THE FREE PRESS H. C. Ed. and Ptth. HAYS CITY, KAKS. "Can a man live on water?" ask3 soiaebody. Why. certainly. Many sail ers do. It was approp'iate that Anna Gould should hire a tutor to keep tab on Bonl's toots. "Boys to Piay riocker," says the headline. It has been the fathers of the boys up to now. According to Dun's the cost of living dropped a bit in January, but the gro cery bill den't' show it. There Is one good trait about all brides. They are always willing to stand up for their dressmakers. Naturally Count Bcnl scorns a set tlement of M,000 a year. A mere life Insurance president gets more than that. Something has been round to startle Paris. It is a pla;- by Sardou called "Spiritualism," not. the Castellane scandal. Can a man live on water? asks a contemporary. In this age of stork watering extraordinary the question is a strange one. A New York professor finds that man readily digests fish bones. This demonstrates the strongest defense of the poor shad. The thief who sto...

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 March 1906

Wedding Bells Have Just Rung for Royalty 1 !i. -1 ti I Spring Styles. One notices that the spring styles are coming bravely to the front, that short, jaunty little coats are taking the place of the long loose, or. tight? lining outer garment and that hats in straw malines, chenille or lace braids are beginning to replace the satin and beaver shapes which have been deck ing the windows and the women. One pretty and springlike looking hat was in a modified edition ol one of the turned-up hats of the winter modes Tho side brim rolled rather sharply, the crown was rather round and high, but the lines were all softened by tho little quillings of black mallne net which completely covered the entire hat. The trimming consisted of a wreath of small pink roses set close together and without foliage. The un der part of the brim nad a bandeau of pale blue tulle with rosettes of ribbon to match. are always white in their natural state, but this season they arc dyed in all colors; any are dyed i...

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 March 1906

THE FREE PRESS m1. C. FUKKSK, HiX. and Vvb. HAYS CITY, . - - - KAK' KANSAS ' COMMENT ..Install Free Delivery; F -o deliv ery was Instituted '.at Great .' Bend March,' 1. ' Two carriers form the force now and make )hree dally 'trips in the business, section aid two in the residence .district, . .' : Jarbers May be Pardoned. -An ap plication, for a pardon for MartIri Jar bers. who has 'served 'a longer term than any other1 Convict eyer served In .the'. Kuch. penitentiary. Is now before Gov. Hocb. r' 1 1 Is understood that the application will come up for consideration, soon. , and . practically every official at the pcnltentiafy hopes It will be granted'.,, . ." Fighting Competition. The' Stand ard Oil trust hzx adopted a novel plan of campaign against the independent refineries. It has agents going from town to town Riving: demonstrations showing the good qualities of Standard Dil and poor qualities' of independent oil. After the demonstration Is over the Standard agents give a banqu...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 10 March 1906

1170 OPEMMEiTEnS riPORTATfr TO HARRIED WOMEN lira. Mary Limriick of Washington tells How Lydla- E. Finkbazn's Vegetable Compound Marie Her Well. It js with great pleasure we publish the following letters, as they convinc ingly prove the claim we have so many times made in our columns that Mrs. Jlirj-Aiary fcfc f j PInktam, of Lynn, Mass., Is fully quali fied to give helpful advice to sick women. Head Mrs. Dimmick's letters. Her first letter: . Dear Mrs. Pinkham: 44 1 have been a auITerer for the past eight year with a trouble which first originated from painful periods the pains were excruci fcting, trilh inflammation and ulceration of the femalo organs. The doctor says I must have . an cruraUon or I cannot liv?. I do sot want tosnbmit to au operation if I can possibly avoid it, Plase htlo ma." ilra. ilary JJiminlct, Washington, V. C. Her second letter ; Dear Mrs. Pinfcbara: 1 44 You will rcnvembcT my condition trnen I lst wto to you, and that tho doctor said I must have an operatio...

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