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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 June 1906

THE , EREE PRESS H. C. FEEESK, Ed. Md FaSu MAYS CITY, KAKS, I May would be much more charm Ins If she would quit giving evidences of desire to be a frigid proposition. The Ohio valley now feels- that It could get along comfortably without anotner cold spell until late in Octo ber. It is much better that the ruction was over before the Gaekwar of Ba roda looked down on the senate from tthe diplomatic gallery. And cow if Dr. Frissell, of the Pres byterian hospital in New York is right, the germ of rheumatism has been discovered. Maybe the germ of laziness will be discovered some day. Premier Campbell-Bannermann pa thetically appeals to the public for a preventive against incursions of wom en suffrage delegations. Some peo ple always did ask for the impossible but he might try a lot of mice. Ben Franklin's advice was never to write a letter when it could be avoid ed. By striking out the word "letter" and Inserting the word "telephone" and by substituting the word "use" for the word "wr...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 June 1906

TONIC TREATMENT Weak Stomach and Sick Headache Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink PiWs. The symptoms of stomach trouble vary. Son jo victims have a ravenous appetite, others loathe the fcijht of food. Often there is a feeling as of weight ou the chest, a full feeling in the throat. Sometimes the pas presses on the heart and leads the sufferer to think he has lienrt disease. Sick headache is a fre quent and distressing symptom. A weak stomach needs ii digestive tonic and that there is no better tonic for this purpose than Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is shown by the statement of Mr. A. C. Merrill, n mining man, of Oneals, Calif., a veteran of Battalion C, Third U. S. Regular Infantry. ' 1 had never been well since I left the army," ho says, alvayshaving had trouble with my stomach, which was weak. I was run down nud debilitated. Could keep nothing on my stomach, and at times had sick headache so bad that I did not care whether I lived or died. My stomach refused to retain even liquid foixl and ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 23 June 1906

yvs? -yi&P vy yggg vgs? J. Furniture sund Carpets, Curtains, Matting, "Wall W Paper, Picture Frames, Etc. f, Good Wall Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABy CARRIAGES to -suit. Large assortment Carpet samples WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR GOODS. F. HAVEMANM Owr Jew "Railroad Hays Gity & Great Northern n ffimw - sll 57 v;::ll ess? rm H to $V H " r"' cvr v::- ;r. -re EM iilV. IX!...-.. TXiSF si: o. vC;ir.f ai i"..! . ".S are: or 0:1 . v : :t t rii-vrciurcr or cit.ilr.-r in i'ic vr;ri:I. !'. iiiuiJ voi! li.-.va retcr c-;l '!. i-l. i r.'i c.'ecciWnjr --: Jtm.l .f .:v..-'e !.:-. I iatt.-t ri.,.'cis. riul I .;.: ti of n::r is--. . l no iii::..c.-jc's -".ro:.t';. n -v.. :!! loK'-cr.-.ie i" :r :ii i'c.ctory Js9WV(tl ' ' .::J.--!-n:3VJiL '--iikr.: it cent J.y -.,;, lxyi'.ir. m!.?!.! and jrf ftT L rS2F r i ,;lov' :5a-4's ''re';" ! si:.-.-.? cher !..':! t.-.-. : ; xvisich 1.0 ether Mv&'S 5Tn-" worU ---a v.i.. U-tii rr.Vy.iuag - .t ruoh valu- InVJ fjt Y '-- ,r-!,!C -,3-...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 June 1906

tXS Six if tee " " o VOL. XXIV. NO 33 PUBLISHED EYERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JUNE 30, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A. YEAR. Local News : Dave Taylor was here on busi ncss on Monday. The 'Experiment station got in ' their car of State coal Monday. Saturday night and Sunday brought more rains to this section. Mr. & Mrs. R. C. Wilson of Wa keeney visited with Rev. Brown on Friday. Ralph Graham expects to go to the Kansas University next week to continue the study of law. Fourth of July promises to be exceedingly unpatriotic in Hays this year. Rev. C. F. Wiest was elected president of the 18th district Christ ian Endeavor at their convention last week in Hoxie. The Misses Emma and Annie Jaggard of Kansas City will bo the guests of Miss Kathryn Brown next week. Lady's Cloak found last Monday, south of the Rcser vation. Owner can have by pay ing 25 cts for this notice. Gus Stadter, formerly of this city, had the pleasure of a visit to the Phillipines not long ago. Frank...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 June 1906

THE FREE PRESS Sf. C FEEESlv, Ed. and Pah HAYS CITY, KAKS KANSAS COMMENT Worden Farmer Hangs Himself. William Helm. 25 years old, living near Worden. in Douglas county, hanged himself to a beam In his barn In a fit of despondency. Mr. Heim has been sick for some time and it is sup posed worry over his condition unbal anced his mind. The body was dis covered by his wife. Brown County Live Stock. James G. DetwIIer brought the banner toad of hogs to Hiawatha, when in one wagon h3 hauled twenty-six that weighed B,490 pounds. The load netted him Just $329.40. Brown county mules are also brlngln" hiph prices. A carload chipped from Robinson, twenty in all cost the buyer $4,300. over $200 apiece. Running Night and Day. The can ning factory in Lawrence has, been In operation for some time, but it is now running day and night in order to keep up with the supply of vege tables that has been raised for can ping purposes. This is somewhat un expected In view of the shortage oc casioned by the d...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 June 1906

Hcver Loses lis Strength Always the Same i 5, -vl-': ,f Is Host Healthful, Viholsscmc and Economical 31,000.00 given for anything injurious to health fcand a Calumet Caking Powder. Do not be induced to pay 45 or SO cents a pound f-r the Trust baking powders; they leave . large quantities of Kochella Salt3 ia the food. The constant dosing of Rochelle Salts will derange the digestive organs. Your physician villtell you this. YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY LAST XAND TO BE OPENED IN OKLAHOMA Gl'FVr 1USINKSS OI'fOUTXNITIKS. CHA-SCB l Oll A VAIXAIIUK l-AKM. Co.rn. :hihfnHM1 the r-Lil op'nirtti to settlement ii fi.sturo Rewrrfi in Oklahoma, cousim m ii( .V5.)iU nrrr ( tlno farramn laiuls. Y roiu I. i. t ,u ..Kiii Kiirvov una hese reserves 1 r.ave caretully prepared deacri ption bv mwnsui .s, nilru tha (.oil. lav of Also B larsre map whlcu land. ainisfi mmier. ciw. ..11 nlv marks all biuirs, breakM, mountains, ponua, " ; .... ... . .r.ri ,...! i..nn trees. SIOUUIik, uiuutr, trails, etc., la fact, lei...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 30 June 1906

Furniture I lllgiderfalnii a 9 if Carpets, Curtains, Matting, "Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Etcl Good Wall Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABy CARRIAGES to suit. Large assortment Gaipetssajiwles WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR GOODS. F. MAVEMANN Oil u'r w. .a 3 PET JS flLt-17 ai S8ST YflS u1 n fr? -lU'J H write for our r: T1H-: H lilCVt'LE cntnlotjue viJ Via LilZ L3 w-J . bj Khowintf the ?noM H:u cf !:ih-rde iMCYCtEtf. TIU; a,ta ; L at I'KJCI'S JSlCLO VT an; ether m:v:uiacturcr or dealer hi the v.-oilU. or c;i .f" lint! of l,ims, until von ?j-vc rcrei-d our complete I'roo Catti lotiiort i'.l!ttrriti".-j n:ic! k-cribinir evrrv kinl nf higr'i-srn.de and lov-c;r.:de ltt-yi '.c-. iart-.rn.- asul l-ilc-t tiiolcis.'aud lvr.rn r.t".ur nnnrkn'i'.c L(HV l'KH:i i.tnl i t'idirfi;I now oilers t:i -dr ptoiiblc bv scliiuir iron: factory y y l;rci t -J ' 1U- v:t11 J:;" liiKuiicmen's prouts. rilcv.- IU IJny :;; Trial: nd i:i:.ke other liberal Ur;:: ; which no O'.li.-r h.'.iis ; i:i ;h; ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 July 1906

VOL.. XXIV. NO 34 PUBLISHED ETERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO.. KANSAS, JULY ' 7, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Local News Remember the Ladies Exchange this Saturday afternoon. ine scnooi election this year is not until Thursday, July 26th Geo. Philip & Son sell the best i-awn iviowers. Nich Gassman and wito spent the 4th with his parents at St. Mary's . Recent Fairchild was here this week looking over the Experi ment station. Mrs E R Colo has gone east and to Illinois to visit her parents and acquaintances. Mrs. Fannie Cramer came home from Topeka Monday evening as her little boy is very sick. Parts of our county had a nice ram Friday night and again on Sunday night some got it. Lady's Cloak found last Monday, south of the Reser vation. Owner can have by pay ing 25 cts for this notice. Maurice Zeigler had the fun of entertaining his three cousins from Oakley on the 4th; they bringing along lots of fireworks. The word comes that Rev. Wiest , and wife reached his home in Y...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 July 1906

THE FREE PRESS T. C FEEESE, Ed- and PuJfc MAYS CITY, KAK& KANSAS COMMENT Coffeyville Is Growing. The c'.ty assessor, M. D. Landers, finished his work on the census and his returns show Coffeyville has 1C.4C7 popula tion. The council passed a resolution making application to become a city of the first class. Coffeyville has pained 3.005 in population in the past year. Orators fop Dodge City. Vice Tresident Fairbanks will be one of the speakers at the Dodge City re union the last week in August. Judge Madison and other members of the coinmittee began some time ago to take steps toward securing him, and were assisted by Senator Long at Washington. Coffeyville City of First-Class. ' Gov. Hoch Issued a proclamation declaring Coffeyville a city of the first class. The authorities of the city presented certificates to show that the population of the city is 1C.4C7, and asked that the proclama tion be slsued. The state now has seven first class' cities. Crushed by Falling Slate. Oliie '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 7 July 1906

AGREE Oil PURE FOOO BILL. Consumers Will Be Protected froa Dishonest Manufacturers. Maklnx or Selling of Adulterate? r 31 tubra titled-Article of KooJ or Mod I vine a MUilcmeanur. Wnrhlnston, D. C. The rj food bill was agreed upon by the con ferees for the senate and liduse Weji ncrday and v?.s reported to the senate just before adjournment. The house bill was taken as a bnsls of agreement ::nd Into this were grafted many o! the important sections of the senate measure, which had been given great attention by Senatpra McCumber and Heyburn, extending over three scs ioii3 of congresfs. The bill as agreed upon make3 it a misdemeanor for any person to man ufacture, sell or offer for sale any ar ticle of food, drugs, medicines or li quors which is adulterated or mis branded, or which contains any poi winous or deleterious substance. It prescribes for each ofJensa a fine not to exceed $300, one year's imprison ment or both, within the discretion cf the court, and for each subsequent of fe...

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 July 1906

S tgg vjg , yg? . Furaiiure -UndeptaErins , s4 Carpets, Curtains, Matting, "Wall Paper, Picture Frames, Etc. Good Wall Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABy CARRIAGES to suit. Largo assortment Carpet samples WE INVITE YOU TO IWSFECT OUR GOODS. 3 jF. lAEMAMf nji JO! & SC3 V. 9TH ST., KAKSAS CITY. HO. B Tfc Old Reliable Doctor Oldost la Are nnd Loniret Looted regular irartu ii-j in Medicine. Over 30 Years' Special Practice Over 247 Year iu Kansas City ESTABLISHED 1 837. feM GhrciilD, Nervous and Special-Diseases. Curea puaranteed or raoce? refunded. All medicines furnished ready for use no mercury or Injurious medicines used. No detention from. business. Patients at a distance treated by mail and eprt.-s. Jlediclnea sent everywhere, free from paz-3 or breukage. Charges low. OveiGO.uo cases cured. Ago and experience are important. Stateyour case and 6e ad Ior terms. CousuitatloD tree and confidential, personally of by letter.' SreiTiinaS Weakness and Sexual DebEHSy,. ...

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 July 1906

VOL. XXIV. NO 35 PUBLISHED ETERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS GO.', KANSAS, JULY 14, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. r H This Trade Mark Means Perfection In Pure Food Products It's the true and trusty guide for you in order ing goods of your grocer. See that the Lee Trade Mark is on the label of can, bottle, jar or package and you will get pure, wholesome, high grade goods at a trifle in cost above goods that are of doubt ful character. Kev. Aluinford has been spend mg this week in the Natoina nci;h borhood . See Geo. Philip & Son for Re frigerators. Parts of tho county had light showers this week. The west part of the state had a very hard ram. In tho contest of Mies Ursula Dickenson Thursday, she got the 160 acres in Salinn township. Nol son and Frcese, attorneys. Two more water users were dis covered by the marshal sprinkling Jheir lawn this week after 7 o &d had to visit Judge Downing. In tho U. S Land contest for n quarter section ot land in the Sa line hills John Nels...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 July 1906

THE FREE PRESS U. O. FEEESI1, Ed. tod Pltb. MAYS CITY, KAKS KANSAS COMMENT She Drank Carbolic Acid. Millie Llsht, 22 years old, took her . Ate at Wichita, on the Fourth of July by drinking: an ounce of carbolic acid. She swallowed the drug from a bottle and then made an effort to destroy evidence of suicide by break ing the bottle. Mrs. Light came to Wichita from Hutchinson two days ago. Her mother lives in Salina. Cooked Alive in Boiler. James "Wingate was scalded to death at In dependence Kan. He was working Inside of a big boiler and another . -workman, not knowing that Mr. Win gate was in the boiler, turned the steam pressure of several boiler in to the boiler Wingate was in. He was killed almost instantly and his body was cooked until the flesh broke In many places. Accident at Osags City. A. W. Logan, traveling representative of the Abilene Milling Company, of Quenemo, by the premature explosion of a giant firecracker, sustained se vere burns on each hand. The flesh on one arm...

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 July 1906

CHAS. L. SA11ER, GRAND SCRIBE i . ' " - I i . PE-RU-NA STRENGTHENS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. Mr. Chas. L. Sauer, Grand Scribe, Grand Encampment I. O. O. F. of Texas, and Assistant City Auditor, writes from the City Hall, Sun Antonio, Tex.: "Nearly two years ago I accepted a position us tec-rotary and treasurer with one of the leading1 drv goods establishments of Galveston, 'l'ex. The sudden change from a high and dry altitiule to sea level proved too much for nie and I became afflicted with catarrh and cold in the head, and peni-ral debility to such an extent as to almost incapacitate me for attending to my duties. was Induced to try Pcruna, and after taking several bottles in small doses I am pleased to say that I was entirely restored to my normal condi tion and have ever since recommended the use of Pertina to my friends." THE FIRST COP! PASS. Was Znown to Sailors Before the Twelfth Century Indispensable Adjunct to Navigation. Some Asian people, perhaps the Chi nese, discovered, many ce...

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 July 1906

Carpets, Curtains, Paper, Picture Good Wall Paper at 5c a Roll. WINDOW SHADES. All prices. BABy CARRIAGES to suit. Large assortment Carpet samples WE INVITE YOU TO F. MAVEMANN DR. D-3EN 101 & (03 7. 9TH jf i-t d Old Reliable Dootor Oldest In Aire and Lou rest Located. A y Ira rBa,p Graduate In Medlctne. Over SO Years' (Special Practice t i M OT"P 87 Yr3 iu Kan Vltr ESTABLISHED 1887. E SSSWrSt'S Chronic, Nsrvcus and Special Diseases. Cures guaranteed or moncf refunded. All medicines furnished ready fctr use no meroury or Injurious medicines used. No detention from busiceea. Patients at a distance treated by mall and express. Medicines sent everywhbra free from gaza or breakage. Charges low. Over CO.uty cases cured. Age and experience are important. Stateyour efrs and send for terms. Consultation free and conlidenua.1, personally or by letter. Seminal Weakness and Soxual Debility, SftSSrS foljles and excp 8ses causrnj nljbt losses ana lass 01 sexual power, p. m pies ana ptotepCs o...

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 July 1906

ir tee o "to VOL. XXIV. NO 36 PUBLISHED ETERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JULY 21, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. Pure Food Produces JH-Tfoerjeiisiabsolute pro- . J i! iecuon-ior vou in buv-u M ing 'food products of Y S'ee-that eachlabel pbears the mark that MM means nure. who e- some, delicious foods. All goods bearing this Trade Mark- packed under an Iron Glad Gontract speci fying the best that nature produces, and human skill combined with modern methods can prepare. Prices low for quality. Ed Rea's brother irom Hiawa tha, Kansas, is here on a visit. See Geo. Philip & Son for Re frigerators. Judd Wood has moved his pho tograph gallery back to his for mer room opposite Philip's store. Andv Schoemaker near Victoria had the sad misfortune of his wife dropping from her chair to the floor dead. L. H. Perry of Missouri is here on a visit to his Perry & Davis v cattle rancho in tho Saline country north of Hays. Mrs. Georgo Troth and family are going to Nebraska n...

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 July 1906

TH FREE PRESS ST. O. FBEESE, Ed- mad Folk HAYS CITY, .... KAKSi KANSAS COMMENT No State Fair in Topeka.' At a meeting of the directors of the state fair association it was decided to give up holding a fair this fall in To peka and give a big racing meet in stead. This action bad been ex pected for some time. Sues Fop $15,000 For Loss of Leg. A case was filed in the district court t Junction City in which Myrten Clair Kerr of this city sues the Union Pacific railroad company for damages to the amount of $15,000 for the loss of a leg by being run over by a train. Kerr was working for the com pany In the capacity of brakeman. Chloroform Was Pumped Out. W. B. Kirkum. a mason, of Abilene, became discouraged and went to Townsend's drug store, where he bought a bottle of chloroform. He said goodby to the bystanders and drank half an ounce of the liquid. He was speedily pumped out and taken to jail. Vets at Pittsburg in August. The seventh annual reunion of the Twentieth Kansas infantry, U....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 July 1906

k VICTORY FOR DREYFUS, BAD COMPLEXIONS Depraved Blood Causes Pimples and Boils Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Make New Blood end Cure Follows. 44 1 abused my stomach, my blood got out of order and theu my face broke out with pimples and boils," says T. E. Rob ertson, of 197 Addison 6treet, Washing ton, Pa. "This was over two years ago. Jly 6tomach was in bad shape. After eating I would have to rest awhile or I would Buffer the most severe pains in my Etonmch. On arising I would often be so dizzy that I could hardly stand up. The slightest exertion would start my back aching so that I often had to sit down and rest awhile. At times I ex perienced a pain around tho heart which alarmed me but which I suppose came from my stomach trouble. I began to break out on the face with pimples and later with boils which con fined me to the house a week or more at a time. One day I saw Dr. Williams Pink Pill3 for Pale People advertised in a rimphlet which was left at the door and thought I would give th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 July 1906

DR. JORDAN, RESIDENT DENTIST. Office over Citizens' bank Hays Phone 31. HOUSE TO KENT in suberbs of town. A nice bi house, good condition, shade and water, to rent cheap. Freeso. VV ANTED: by Chicaso wholesale and mail order hou.e, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and ad joining territory. Salary $20 and ex penses paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work plcasaut; position per mancnt. No investment or experience required. Spare time valuable. Write at once for full particulars and enclose self addressed envelope SUPERINTENDENT, al 133 Lake street, Chicago. 111. ROOMS FOR RENT. Nice large rooms for rent over brick store buildings in Block 6 north Chestnut street. Rooms will be nicely equipped with mod era improvements if desired by tenants. Call on B. F. Madden. Dominoes Free to Boys and Girls. If you will tell us the number and Kind of live stock your papa will snip mis year, von'J! get a nice set of dominoes. Give papa's name in full. RICE BROTHERS, Commission Merc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 July 1906

7 o Mill PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. HAYS, ELLIS CO., KANSAS, JULY 21, 1906. HARRY FREESE. EDITOR. SI. A YEAR. FREE VUL. XXIV. NO 37 I 1 . This Clark Tolls Vou What to buy if you want pure, wholesome, de licious FOOB PRODUGTS. No goods bear ing this Trade Mark are ever adulterated or mlsbranded, It's the Mark that protects yon and pro tects your gro ce& I. M. Yost is in K C. on busi ness this week. Henry Winters has purchased the Will Bell hardware business. before buying a $efrigeratp,r sep Qeo. Philip & Son. II is a baby girl, the first girl, at Mat Vogcl' home, and it'is no wonder he is rejoicing. . A new residence dots the prai rie on the east side of town near the Bemis house. Peaches have come down this v year cheaper than crapes, 35 cents a basket. Charley Reoder was attending o Icgal busihes s in yakeeriey on "Tbe west ftaye cyidpntly fia the good rafas ass tfjp Smofcey has bepn quite high, O, P. Campbell has bought out end will now run the Hays City Pop factory, With ...

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