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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 May 1906

THE FREE PRESS 3. C. FKtiESIC, Ed- mud Pub. MAYS CITY, KAK5 KANSAS COMMENT .yVholeeome Lesson. Since the tax dodgers were given a shakeup in Dickinson county the local assessors have been able to find about twice as much money and mortgages to tax as they found last year. One assessor found three times as much property of that kind. Dreaded Insect. The Colorado po tato beetle has made its appearance In Franklin county and potato grow ers are alarmed. The Colorado beetle can do a potato, vine more damage in a minute than the old-fashioned Kan sas potato bug can In a wholo sea son. Wichita's Carnegie Library. The Carnegie library for Fairmount col lege is now practically assured. President Morrison of Fairmount has returned from his eastern trip and has reported that he has secured enough pledges to make the $40,000 to be raised by the school in order to re ceive the $40,000 promised by Mr. Carnegie. ' For Disabled Soldiers. Governor Iloch received the sum of $5,200 from the United St...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 May 1906

CORDIAL INVITATION ADDRESSEDTO working girls Miss Barrows Tolls How Mrs. Pink- ham's Advice Helps Working Girls. Girls -who work" are particularly susceptible to fe rn a 1 e disorders, especially those who are obliged to stand on their feet from morn ing' until night in stores or facto ries. Day in and day out the girl toils, aiid 6be is often the bread-winner of the family. Whether she is sick or well, whether it rains or 6hines, she must get to her place of employment, perform the duties exacted of her emile and be agreeable. Among this class the symptoms of female diseases are early manifest by weak and aching backs, pain in the lower limbs and lower part of the stomach. In consequence of frequent wettiDg of the feet, periods become painful and irregular, and frequently there are faint and dizzy spells, with loss of appetite, until life is a burden. All these symptoms point to a de rangement of the female organism which can be easily and promptly cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veget...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 19 May 1906

V i 1 1 a Si Furniture g Underfabing Carpets, Curtains, Matting, "Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Etc. Good Wall Paper, at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices, BABy CARRIAGES t o suit. Large assortment Carpet samples WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR GOODS. F. MAVEMANBJ 'Long,-Higher & wider Berths" I Tin.' is an occlusive feature of the Southwest Lim j itod. :imon Kansas ciy Chicago Tmins All j j llic compartment and standard sleepeis. and other ! ! curs on The Southwot Limited a: e ' j ohtned and operated bv the CHIM, MILWAGKEe & ST. PAUL MILWAy- Lawn mowers for $4.00 & at "Geo. Philip & Son store. up P in Lea ves Union Station. liars.-is Cit v, 5:55 iirand avc station 0.07. p'in. Arrive Union station. Chicago. 8:20 a.m. On account nt the u;ereainir popularity of The Southwest Limited, it is wHI to purchase railroad and slee)in-o.-:r tickets a day in adnance. G. L COBB, - SOUTHWESTERN PASSENGER AGENT. 907 MAIN ST., KANSAS CITY MO. ......................... .....,.. ..........

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 May 1906

irtee VOL. XXIV. NO 28 PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HAYS, KANSAS, SATURDAY MAY 26, 1906. H ABRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Local Jews Mrs. Shippey has returned from her visit to Hutchinson. ' Henry Schwaller has returned from his eastern trip. Another shower camo this way Wednesday morning. Geo. Philip & Son sell the best T- mm ljawn iviowcrs. Judge Reeder held court in Wa kceney this week Before buyinjr a Refrigerator see ueo. rhihp & Son. Rev Rush, the now eye glass man, !eft for other fields Monday. Growing so hot and dusty, the street sprinkler was put on again on Monda. The railroad are advertising an other trip to Denver to go the 22d of next month. Miss Pratt has returned from her Salina trip and reports a nice visit. Tho folks at the Experiment sta tion have put in a tennis court for recreation hours. Now that vacation is here the children hardly know what to do to pass away the time. Henry Schecster came down out of the west this week to visit his children here. H. H. Pierce ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 May 1906

THE FREE PRESS 3. C. FECES IS, Ed. and Pub. HAYS CITY, KAKSt KANSAS COMMENT Association Gets Bloodhounds. The Neodesha Anti Horse Thief Asso ciation has finally decided to purchase a pair of fine blood hounds. The hounds are to be the very best that can be purchased and will cost about $150. Killed at a Charivari. While par ticipating in a charivari at the home of the Duncans, seven miles north of Americus. Dolph Elackwell a 20-year old boy, wa3 accidentally shot in the right thigh. Ho died at 9 o'clock the next morning. I Great Bend's Gas Plant. The city council granted a franchise to erect and maintain a gas manufacturing plant at Great Bend. These men pro pose to Login at once and expend in the neighborhood of $20,000 in build ing the necessary buildings, putting in machinery, etc. They expect to furnish gas made from coke for both Illuminating and heating purposes. 3 Fourth Pipe Line. There seems to be no end to the pipe line enterprises of the Prairie Oil and Gas Company. When ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 May 1906

TWICE-TOLD TESTIMONY. A "Woman Who Has Suffered Tells How to Find Belief. The thousands of women who suffer backache, languor, urinary disorders and other kidney ills, will find com fort in the words of Mrs. Jane Far rell, of 606 Ocean Ave., Jersey City, N. J., who eays: "I reiterate all I have said before in praise of Doan's Kidney P1113. I had been having heavy backache and my general health was affected when I began using them. My feet were swollen, my eye3 puffed, and dizzy spells were frequent. Kidney action was irregular and the secretions high ly colored. To-day, however, I am a well woman, and I am confident that Doan's Kidney Pills have made me so, and are keeping mc well." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Iocating the Elame. My dear," said the trusting wife, "I don't think your rule3 of economy are any good." "You don't?" asked the fond hus band. "No," she replied, bending anew over the column of figures in her beautifully bound expen...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 26 May 1906

? Fur nifure - Oarpets, Curtains, Paper, Picture r Good Wall Paper WINDOW SHADES. , All prices, BABy CARRIAGES t o suit. Large assortment Carpet samples WE. INVITE YOU TO F. MAVEMANN Long, Bigher & wider Berths" This is :m exclusive feature or' the Southwest Lim I lied, among Kansas city Chicago Trains. All I i ih compartment .and standard sleepeis. and other i sirs on The Southwest Limited aie I j omned and operated MUM MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL HAILWAy- I Leaves Union Station, Kansas City, 5:55 pm.; Grand ave station 6.07. pm. 1 ) Arrive Union station, Chicago, 8:20 a.m. j On account t the increasing popularity of The Souibwest Limited, it is well to purchase railroad and sleepinir-oar tickets a day in aduance. I :J :Drugs: r Choice Perfumes z Fine Stationery rjj Select toilet articles z Finest brands of :5 Foreign and Domestic : CIGARS. Phj'sician's prescriptions ; carefully compounded at all hours. J. ES!3 to mm i I5EL.OW any other manufacturer or dealer in the world. or on a...

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 June 1906

VOL. XXIV. NO 29 PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO. KANSAS, JUNE 2, 1906. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. : Local Jeivs Z Prof. Madden has been on the sick list this week. And now Juno . is hero and everything is growing fine. Remember it is next week that the Board ot Equalization meet. Mrs. Wm Montgomery has gone to Missouri to bo with her sick mother. Henry Staatz has'sold his livery stable in Ellis to Samuclson and wili move back to Hays. Note that the Railroad will cive you a CO day excursion to Fort land and return for 50. Mi8 Sutton has commenced her summer school in the Public school for young children. Our old timer, Burleigh Johnson was 'shaking hands with friends hero Wednesday evening. Banquet Tickets. A tew tickets to the Normal banquet may still be obtained by applying to the Committee, The Nellis wedding is this Satur day evening and Miss Leahy will attend. Some of our ladies have joined and fent a handsome pres ent to the bride Atth5 Saturday Afternoon club ...

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 June 1906

THE FREE PRESS a. C. FKKESK, Ed. ad Ptthb HAYS CITY, KAK KANSAS COMMENT Kansan Invents Glass Machine. At Coffcyville, W. E. Heal, of the Sunflower Glass company, is the in ventor of two glass machines, one for making plate glass and one for the manufacture of window glass. More Trouble for Convict. When William Smith step3 out of the fed eral prison a free man he was imme diately rearrested on a United States warrant charging him with biting an ear off Frank Hood, a fellow convict, last December. i To Studv Tucolic Ways. County Superintendent J. E. Raker, o! Otta wa, brought a party of farmer boys and girls to visit the Kansas Agrlcul tural college. The afternoon was spent In visiting the experiment field end gardens, agricultural, horticul tural and dairying and science build ings. Killed In Drunken Fight. Charles McEwen, a farmer of Cowley county, was killec" in a drunken brawl back of a joint at Winfield by Amiz Thomas. The two men were drinking and a fight ensued in which Thomas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 2 June 1906

IF 111 DOUBT Head il;o Following : At a hearing before the Committee on Public Health, of the Massa chusetts Legislature, on a bill de signed to prevent this wholesale dosing of the public, the following eminent Boston physicians testified Bgainst the healthfulness of Rochelle Salts, and strongly recom mended the passage of a law which would prohibit the sale of baking powders which left this dangerous drug in food. Dr. Hartung Dri F. B. Fostei Dr. C. O. Kepler Dr. G. M. Palmer rising leaves the food free from Rochelle Salts, Alum or any injurious sub stance. Therefore, recommended by leading physicians and chemists. used in Famous OF I10BES. CICMALS FOR BRIDAL PARIS Which Convey Commands and Ten der Sentiments in Public Places. Bride to Groom. Cr.e short jerk of coat Step looking at that girl! One long jerk of coat Oh, see the pretty hats! , One long hug You look perfectly lovely to-day. One long hand squeeze Honey, what makes you look so cross? One short hand squeeze Some one's co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 2 June 1906

Dont fail to read the new adver of Washburn & Son. They talk right out on prices real plain. Landlord Field has had their Gymnasium room nicely papered to use for the Normal banquet on Monday evening next. Normal students are leaving for their homo in flocks this week. Country .teacher aro expected next week to enroll for the sum mer term. Entertainment June 11, The children of the St. Joseph church will give an entertainment in G. A. R. hall at 8 o'clock Mon 4y eve June 11th that you will much enjoy, so arrange to go. l be 2nd Normal baseball team drove to Ellis on Tuesday where they were defeated by the EHs High school 7 to 6 Bear did the pitching: for the Normal. Gove city defeated Ellis to the tune of 11 to 2 in Ellis on Deco ration day. While Russell's ball team WAS vanquished on their own grounds that day by Paradise 13 to 6. Ellis and Hays 3d nines crossed bats-in this city Decoration day, the score favoring Hays 11 to 7. The Normal dam has again been built up tnd boating...

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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 June 1906

VOL. XXIV. NO 30 PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JUNE "9, 1906. HARRY. FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. : Local News : Attorney Harry Pes tana was at Hoxie this week on law business. Rev. Holt visited here this week and reports he has a nice church in Hill city. Farley & Blender are prond of some new signs painted on their store windows. Mrs Decker's sister and children left Tuesday morning for their home in St. Louis. Harry Pestana has rented "and with his family will occupy the Plantation residence. The railroad have changed their timo, now the morning passenger train going east at 8.15. Monday editor Joe Bnstow of Salina was around town getting acquainted with our citizens. Sunday was 1st Communion at our Catholic church and was a ve ry pretty service for the girls & boys. Parts ot the Saline Valley had a hard local shower Sunday. This section had a hard shower . Monday evening. On Sunday eveniop Rev. Estey delivered an elegant sermon at the Presbyterian chu...

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 June 1906

THE FREE PRESS 3. O. FEEESE, Ed. mod Fa2 HAYS CITY, KAN& UANSAS COMMENT ( Cement Rock In Kansas. What has been pronounced the finest qual ity of cement rock In Kansas has been found at'Mapleton. The test was made by Dr. J. R. Moechel, former city chemist of Kansas City, Mo. Big Price for Farm. P. M. Haas has sold the old Herbert Haub farm near Whiting to F. J. Jos3 of Fair view for $25,000 cash. The farm con tains 400 acres. It was" the largest price ever paid for a farm in Jackson county. I Abilene School Bonds Illegal. Judge Moore of the district Court de cided that the $35,000 school bond Is sue is illegal, through lack of for malities in the proceedings. A new election will be called and the bonds revoted. Indians Won by Default. In the tenth Inning the St. Johns baseball team, of Wlnfield. left the Chilocco Indian schools and the game was giv en to the Indians. A dispute arose over a decision of the umpire and St. John's refused to finish the game. Pittsburg Continues to Gr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 June 1906

r XTothing Alarming. Next Door Neighbor I was about to say what's that terrible, racket up stalrs? Is somebody having a fit? Mrs. Hew jams No. That' John. He's rehearsing the speech he Is going to. deliver to-morrow, before the Uni versal Peace society. Chicago Tribune. A CRITICAL PERIOD I NTELLI G ENTWOMEN PREPARE Dang-ers and Pain of This Critical Period Avoided by the Use of Lydia E. Pink, ham's Vegetable Compound. How many wo men realize that the most critical period in a wo man's existence is the change of life, and that the anxiety felt by women as this n time draws near not without reason ? If her system is in a deranged condi tion, or she is predisposed to apoplexy or congestion of any organ, it is at this time likely to become active and, with a host of nervous irritations, make life a burden. At this time, also, cancers and tumors are more liable to begin their destruc tive work. Such warning symptoms as a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, diz ziness, headache, dread of i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 9 June 1906

Lawn mowers for $4.00 & tip at Geo. Philip 6c Son store. Only 4 weeks off to the noisy 4th and fire works on sale. Go see Weisner who keeps tho best.' The man who went out to milk and sat down on a houldor in the middle of the pasture and waited for the cow to back up, was a fit companion to tho man who kept a store and didn't advertise because he reasoned that the purchasing public would back up to his place of business, when it wanted to buy something. Every paper has a lot of subscribers who take no other papci. and go where they ee bargains advertised. Portland the Northwest. To accommodate delegatus and others to meeting of the Hotel Men's Mutual Benefit Association at PortlaDd, June 25 20, J 906, the Union Pacific has placed in effect the remarkably low rate of One Fare lor the round trip to Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, I5el lingham. Everett, Vancouver. Vic tona and New Westminster. TV'k ets on sale June 18, If), 20, 21 & 22, with fimil return limit 00 lays from date of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 June 1906

1 tee VOL. XXIV. NO 31 PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY . HAYS, ELLIS CO.? KANSAS, JUNE 16, 1906. HARRY FREESE, EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Local Jews Note that Clemmons, the 'hos' dentist will be here Monday. Miss Anna Marie Nellis ot To- peka is here visiting Miss Leahy. Mrs. Cave elegantly entertained the Thursday Afternoon Club this week. Joo Ingenthrone, night clerk at the Brunswick, is in Topeka on a vacation. Clarence Loreditsch and Charles Brumitt are now employed in. the Yost mill. E. D. Yost and fnmily were in Kansas City this week on a vaca tion visit. Judge Reeder and court repor ter Graham held Court in Gove county this week. Fireworks supplies have been received by our merchants and the small boy is counting up his pen nies. Children's Day exercises in the Presbyterian church last Sunday evening were well attended and as well enjoyed. This week is commencement ut the Agncultuial college and Her man Feitz and Albert Copeland came home Thursday night. The sawed stone chimney that has be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 June 1906

THE FREE PRESS Sr. C. FEEESi; EJ. and fulx. HAYS CITY, KAKS, The Sewage Problem. Every great city and many larga towns are confronted with tie 3erio3 problem of the sanitary dis:sitlon of sewage. The effect of the waste mat ter of one settlement In the water-supply of its neighbor, not felt in a wide, thinly populated country, grows dan gerous as communities by their in crease approach one another. The problem is complicated by the rapid Increase of knowledge as to the sources and the distribution of disease-germs. Some seaboard cities pump their sew age far out in the salt water, which largely absorbs and reconverts the dangerous matter or precipitates it to the bottom. But some of the waste poisons sea foods, notably .oysters. Cities on great rivers like the Missis sippi, observes Youth's Companion, send down polluted water to the cities below. It does not always reach those cities In a polluted state, for sunlight and air kill the germs In flowing wa ter, and at a certain distanc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 June 1906

COMiTERCIAIi CTTLXINGS. The quantity of frozen meat exported from Argentina last year was 3,225,124 carcasses of r.beep and lambs, and 1, 922.7C7 quarters of beef. The mineral production of Francs consists of lead, zinc, copper, coal and lignite, iron, antimony, arsenic -ind Bait. An immense quantity of building Etone and slate is quarried. The ce ment and phosphate production is large, aggregating sums far up In the millions of dollars. Coal is the chief mine'ral product. In the year 1890 Germany sent about 510,710,000 in silks to the United States and Japan sent $1,190,000 worth. Ir 1904-5 Germany sent about $4,9 8,000 or silk goods to the United States, while Japan sent $5,593,000 worth.. Japanese exports of silk goods have tripled with in ten years, increasing from $7,470,000 In 1525 to $22,410,000 in 1904-5, and the ascending- movement continues. Silence a indeed golden when it commands a high price. Women Obtain Mrs. Pinkham, Advice and Help. She IXm Caldod Thousands to Health...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 16 June 1906

Nearly 600 bushels ot wheat were marketed in Toulon on last Wednesday. Some farmer shipped his wheat close to his farm. This is what the farmers ot Whoatland and Freedom can do when they get depots and side tracks in their townships. Savo them lots of long hauling ot wheat. Our people will regret to hear that secretary Coburn refused I he appointment ot U. S. senator pre ferring to remain with the lar mers as secretary ot the state Board of Agriculture. The Gov. then appointed Judge A. W. Ben sen of Franklin county, who, at once accepted aud went to Wash ington. BLACK STALLION, Arthur Wilde and Stant Fre?h our have bought a handsome bipr black Percheon Stallion that they will keep out in that south Smo key hill country. NORTH Hardware, Stoves, Oil, Paint A GJass. 8 We solicit a share of your trade. North Side Hardware F. 71. Wasinger, Prop. g? Furniture jj Carpets, Curtains, Matting, Wall Paper, Picture Good Wall Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABy CARRIAGES to suit....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 June 1906

If lC VOL. XXIV. NO 32 PUBLISHED ETERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLlS CO., KANSAS, JUNE 23, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Local News l Tuesday ni?ht part3 ot our coun ty had another fine ram. Business men complain it has been very dull this month. Treasurer Joe Schaejter was in Ellis Wednesday receiving taxes. Judee Reeder has been having another sick spell but is able to be around again. Quite a number ot harvest hand farmers are coming in from the west hunting work. The new water ordinance makes a pretty severe penalty, $10., and some one may get caught. The Railroad will give their usual One Fare for tho Round trip for July 4th. Rev. Holt preaches in our Bap tist church Sunday and all are invited to attend. Mrs. Shively is still enjoying a visit, of her mother and sister from Lawrence. Mrs Treat has received news of tho death of a brother out in Cal ifornia. ROCK SPRING COAL. Plenty of nice Rock Springs Lump Coal received at Madden's Elevator. Remember the Ice Cream social of th...

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