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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. fe city of Hays. Advocating the best interss of Ellis county all the time. VOL. 17. HAKKY FREES E. NO. 1 Edhob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. Ocibber 14, 1899. SI. a year. Bra ' Fx2s a Ca; im I started Monday morning with a rush and crush that lasted to closing time. There was a vim. an eagerness and enthusiasm about the buying: that speaks volumes for the success of this months sel ling, ylt surely proves our assertion "that when the people want to save money on their purchases they know where to come. For the next TWO weeks we ofter unparalled values, we intend to make this our banner month. A GREAT SZAUGHTER in Ginghams & Calicoes Wo bought too heavy, must get the stock down this month. You get them at Wholesale prices dur ing the next two weck9, 500 yards Gingham Apron check best quality, fast colors, worth 6 and 7 cts. Our price for next two weeks 5 cts a Yard 25 pieces Press calico, all new patterns, resrular 5 cts. All You want at 3...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1899

THE FREE PRESS. UlEHY FEEEZS, Putllsisr. SAYS' CITY, - - KANSAS, KAN8AS ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Frisco has decided to build a fine Slew depot at Galena. I The Forty-fourth regiment haB its ifull quota enlisted, and they are iri camp. There are three Kansas men on the ."University of Pennsylvania football team this year. Topeka sold its new auditorium bonds to the state school fund. They are 4 per cent bonds. Rural free delivery service will be es tablished on October 9, at Pittsburg', with two carriers. Gram Inspector Clark of Atchison has been inspecting1 an average of 70 cars a day for some time. A Topeka dealer says his sales amount, to 700 pianos this year, 250 being sold' in Shawnee county. A corn stalk on exhibition at the Os borne county fair measured ten feet xrom the ground to the first ear. Peter Staabof Catherine, Ellis county,; says that the grasshoppers have taken most of his 275 -acres of new wheat. The board of managers of the Nation al Military Homes is at Leavenworth...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1899

Cnrloaa Frineral Cos torn. Is Switzerland a death la attended by a ouetom irhleh calls upon all char itable and Christian people to show their sympathy. A notice edged with a wide black line appears In the dally papers setting forth the day and hour when eympathiiers must assemble be fore the house of the deceased. At the time named, a little cloth-corered ta ble supporting a good-sized Jar is stood before the house table, cloth and jar all being of a somber, ebony hue and Into the latter small mourning card, bearing the name and address of their owners, are deposited. The day the funeral takes place is the day selected for the exhibition of the Jar. No la dies are allowed to follow at a Swiss funeral. Fatalities In On Xaaanr. Charles Cannon and wife, who went from Hebron to Wisconsin a few yeari ago, were killed in the terrible cyclone there. Their death is the last link in the strange chain of circumstances that has befallen the fated Carmon family. Two years ago. on July 4, a boa...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 14 October 1899

Next Tuesday, lie 17th, is Iba list day candidates can decline and get tbeir .-. name oS the ballet and os Wednesday we shall begin the printing of the ofScial ballot as it will be handed yoo when the time comes to go in the booth and make your choice. Charlie Morse has been , busy this week printing the Oficial back ing ofthe Co. clerk on tho paper and Wednesday the cfS ial copy if to go to the 8tereotypers. The time of filing nominations dosed last featurdav and we have 8 party tickets, an Independent column, and a blank column for the dissatisfied to write in what they pleise. The ticket is pmall, erery candidate is known to about erery yoter bo pick your men. "They are simply perfect", thus writes Kobt Moore of Lafayette, Indiana., of De Witt's Little Early Risers, the 'famous little pills" r j . tt ll .11 ior consupauon anu au uvr m merits Never Gnpe. J. C. Farley Both the 'Republican ad the Ellis Review' devote much of th last issue to the count? commis sioner question, as tho...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 October 1899

Mcial paper of Ellis county. city of Hays, Advocating the best interests of BUis county all time. VOL. 17. HAH BY FREESE. TsO. 1 Editob & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. October 21, 1899. $1. a year. Bui Adtc 79 Paks a Co. J iru n stalled Monday morning with a rush and crush that lasted to closing time. There was a vim, an eagerness and enthusiasm about the buying that speaks volumes for the success of this months sel ling. It surely proves our assertion "that when the people want to save money on their purchases they know where to come. For the next TWO weeks we ofter unparalled values, we intend to make this our banner month. Independent Jar SAerjf. As sn mm are BtrlThn? far nomination cf Sherift. aodu I do not want to enter the scramble and make enenues, and jay friend want ne to run and havet-nedmy petition, I have filed it and atroonnce myself as an Inde pendent candidate for sheriff, and ask: your rote at the polls. George Drake. A. L! eiuwasuip Trustee. The friend of Geo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 October 1899

THE FREE PRESS. P23SZS, Publlsiir. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. KANSAS ITEMS OK INTEKESt The Twentieth Kansas comes home a record of twenty battles fought. ,' The Santa Fe eating houses will in the future give passengers 25 minutes for meals. 'j There are 670 students now attending the Agricultural College; 150 more than ever before. , A Ford county man who had a 20 mcre field of broom corn last week sold the crop in the field for $550. The Kansas supreme court has decid ed that the special fire tax levied against railroads in some of the western counties is illegal. A Hiawatha man has an orchard of eighteen acres from which he has sold 830 barrels of apples this year, netting him nearly $50 per acre. The boys at the Friends' University, "Wichita, are highly elated over their football team. Constant additions to the team is making it strong. : At Seneca, Kansas, the Einglfng brothers, circus men, saw two horses which pleased them and they whacked down $300 and carried them off! Mrs. General F...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 October 1899

The Thrifty Yankee. The Kennebec Journal tell3 of a man who catches seals, cuts off the noses and get the $1 bounty offered by the state cf Maine, after which he collects the tails and hies himself to Massa chusetts, where he collects the bounty offered for the tail of every seal caught In Massachusetts waters. Then he returns to the pine tree state to work the 8Ua Into gloves, hats, pocket-books. but he is able to bold his own at th oldlwra May No Smoke. , At Berlin and many other capital towns abroad soldiers are forbidden to moke in any of the principal streets through which royalty might pass,and If by any chance they should see a royal carriage approaching in another street they must Instantly throw away their cigars or cigarets. The church of Rome is most emphatic on the sub ject of smoking, and no priest dare moke in public. Time heals all wounds, but th trouble is that our time on . earth if 'limited. The Shah of Ferula. MnzaMr-I-DIn of Persia was made the governor of a prov...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 21 October 1899

Council opened thr hui for th new fire-t'Dgioe hou-e nnd rais was awarded h- coniract at 622 80 the other 3 bids runnim np so $43 bigber. It must be. completed bv Dec 1st. Elijah Tourtellott this ireek se cured thro this office a homestead on the Solon True quarter section in the north east part of the county We also secured a homestead for Albert Sites out in 1217. And for Martin O Applehans down on the east Smokie flats. "They are simply perfect", thus writes Kobt Moore of LaFayette, Indiana., of DeWitt's Littla Earlv Risers, the "famous little, pills" for con&tipation and all liver ail ments Never Gripe. J. C. Farlev Our former merchant L WPer ham and wife are here on a visit. He looks as hearty as ever but the wife is having a sick spell A S Hall and J J Stoli are also among the visitors to our town. Mori le Bannister is again in the Court house, being deputy Regis ter during the campaign while reg ister Brunsardt is out attending the weddings. TO CUBE A COLD IN O&E DAY....

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 October 1899

Official paper f Ellis county. h city of Hays. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county n the time. VOL. 17. HAKBY FREESE. NO. 1 EDITOB & PUBLBHEK. City of Hays, Kansas. October 28 1899. $1. a year. Terrific winds have visited this section several days the past week. Mrs. Yost. Genie and baby re turned home Sunday evening. Tom Parker, from east Saline, was in town this week on a cattle buying trip. President King,. Farmer's Bank, Brooklyn jMith-, Has usedDeWitt't Lit tle Early Risers in hij family for years. Says they are the best These famous little pills cure constipation, biliousness and aU lirer and bowel troubles. J. C. FiBUT. The Hartseok saloon keepers cases were called Monday and ad journed ter several days . A splendid quiet all night rain rejoiced our county Tuesday niht Now for re-seediDg the wheat fields Presbyterian church services wil be held here to-morrow (Sunday) both morning and evening. All are invited to attend. Bbqgs Blood Poeifler will cmre any case of...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 October 1899

THE FKEE PRESS. rrA-nn-r- rUSSZS, PutUsiBr. HAYS CITY, KANSAS. EAJOSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. ; The Frisco has decided to build a fine toew depot at Galena. i xne irorty-iotrrtn regiment nas ifull fnota -enlisted, and they are u vamp. There are three Kansas men o the University of Penitsylvania football team this year. Topeka-aold its new auditoriumbonds 'to the state schoel fund. They are A per cent ionds. Rural free delivery service Will be es tablished on October 9, at Pittsburg, with tvro carriers. Grafci Inspector Clark of Atchison has been inspecting an average of 70' ears a day "for sometime. A Topeka dealer says his -sales amount, to 70 pianos this year, 250 being sold' in'Ehawneecounty. ' X. corn stadlk on exhibition atlhe Os ' borne corafty fair measured ten feet from the ground to the first ear. Peter Sfe&ab of Catherine, Ellis county,; : cays thatfUhe grasshoppers'have takes ' most of Ms 275 acres of mew" wheat. The board of managers o'f1 the Nation al Military Homes is ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 October 1899

' Carious 'Fane-ntl Cutont la srmtzerland a death is attended fcy a custom "which call upon all char itable and Christian people to show their sympathy. A. notice edged with a wide black line appears in the daily papers setting forth the day and hour when sympathizers must assemble be fore the house of the deceased. At the time named, a little cloth-covered ta ble supporting a good-sized jar is stood before the house table, cloth and Jar all being of a somber, ebony hue and into the latter small mourning cards, bearing the name and address of their owners, are deposited. The day the funeral takes place is the day selected for the exhibition of the Jar. No la dies are allowed to follow at a Swiss funeral. Fatalities In One Family Charles Cannon and wife, who weni from Hebron to Wisconsin a few yean ago, were killed in the terrible cyclone there. Their death is the last link in the strange chain of circumstances that has befallen the fated Carmon family. Two years ago, on July 4, a bo...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 28 October 1899

jy are simply perfect", thus la., of DeWitt's Little Etilj tne ixmous muo puis for constipation and all lirer ail xataU. Nerer Gnpe. J. C. Farley Headers of last weeks Ellis Ee riew would suppose Freese was run trine for Commissioner as he gets 5 articles; instead of praising; his party candidates tries to coyer up his lusl for au old time grab at the countv orintmff. The Commissioners proceeding! show tho tollowmg sum has been paid for the county printing be side of the Tax list, which is paid bv-the delinquent land owners) 1S93 Griffith $642.20 1893 Griffith 992.58 Griffith & Brettle 897.16 1894 189 1696 1897 1898 Griffith & Brettle 1213,88 same 1000,16 Griffith & Freese 740,96 FREESE 50,00 1899 Freese 50,00 When vou read those start ling figures are you eurprised both ot them yell 'mad dog" tnattney can get another fat bone, so they can pluck you taxpayers. And that Freese is getting "but $50 fir what thev got irom euo to $iuuo. That the religious Brettle lied, note t...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 November 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. city of Hays Advocating the best interests of Ellis county a" ' he time. VOL. 17. HAHRY FREES E. NO. 1 Editob & Pdbusheb. City of Hays, Kansas. November 55 1899 $1. a year. BEST S3 Go. Li- Mrs. Jur!-e Monro enjoyed the 20th regiment reception at Topcka this wees. Up at merchant Wann's home they are ijoicing over the arrival .ot a baby boy President King, Farmer'- Bank, Brooklyn, Mien-, has used DeWitt's Lit tle Early Risers m his family for years. . Says thay are the best - Those fames little pills euro constipation, biliousness and all liver and bowel troubles. J. C. FjLKLET. Lmcol a. centre is enjoying a new .and compete Telephone system & much pleaded with it. Oyer an inch ot ice formed on the standiag vra ter Thursday morn ing and lots of pumps frozen up. The pavement in front of the Brunswick hotel block is being re laid with new plank. Beggs Blood Purifier will cure any case of Catarrh of head or nose, no matter ot how long stan ding It ...

Publication Title: Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Free press. — 4 November 1899

THE FREE PRESS. SAURY FREZZ2, Fa'blis&tr. HAYS CITY, - - KANSA& . KANSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. A Glasco man's alfalfa crop brought Mm 840 an acre this year. - The Topeka electric street railway has thirty-seven miles of track. The Kaws visited the Osages and took home with them fifty ponies and a large amount of calico. Dr. John B. Hibben, head physician, of the Modern Woodmen, died at his home in Kansas City, Kan., Oct. 27. One firm in Muskogee last year paid $1,100 tribal tax for the privilege of doing business in the Creek nation. A post office has been established at Letchum, Cherokee nation, I. T., and Jesse M. Geltman appointed postmas ter. The three principal towns of Jewell county, Mankato, Burr Oak, and Jew ell City are now connected by a single telephone system. .. . Lyons Republican: A car famine has prevailed in- this section for the past month, very much to the detriment of the grain dealers. Rev. Davis, pastor of the Baptist church at Gaylord, also acts as superin...

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 1899

"Warm Bath a More Health faL A tepid bath la more permanently re freshing than a cold one. The latter seems to refresh more at the moment, but cold water promotes rapid circu lation, thus causing heat, whereas tepid will leave the skin cool and moist. A small quantity of ammonia, or the addition of a little soda, to the bath is useful in case of undue per spiration, but water with additions of this kind must not be used for the face. Bathing with ammonia in the water will prove very refreshing to a tired body or weary feet, after a long walk or bicycle ride. Tli Kohlnoor Diamond The famous Kohlnoor, the property of Queen Victoria, weighs 102 1-2 carats, but on acount of its purity is rated a3 worth three times as much as the Or loff. Some authorities claim that tho Rajah of Mattan, Borneo, owns a dia mond weighing 367 carats, but its pur ity is doubtful. The great Braganza diamond, weighing 1,680 carats, was found in the collection of the emperor of Brazil, but It Is believed to be ...

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 1899

"They are simply perfect", xha writes Kobt Moore of LaFavette. Indiana., of DeWitt'a Little Ear It Eisars, the 'famous little pair? i mr constipation and all liver ail ErsnU N ever Gnpe. - J. C. Farley Tery serious illness of his chil dren has prevented Philip Jacobs fro a making much of a canvas, & aeeting the voters, and he asks us to say that you all knew him, that he has always tiied to conduct his oiSce to please and in the in terest of the taxpayers, and would feel honored to receive your appro val by your vote tor the customary ttcoad term which he has tried to deserve. He leaves it with you to decide on election day. Physicians, we want TJ to pre scribe 'Becrra Little (iiant rills , a -not pleasant cathartic, they will are old cronic cases of Liver treables. We sell it Farley. Tacb Bispinsr, the county clerk, " has been known to most of ur citizens many years. Work in for John Sohlyer in his imple sent house he was obliging and eoarteoas, a - hard worker-at anv kind of w...

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 1899

Official paper of Ellis county. fe city of Hays. Advocating the best interests of Ellis county a! lie time. VOL. 17. NO. 1 HAKSY FREES E- Editor & Publishes. City of Hays, Kansas. November 12, 1899. $1. a year. Best ADvrsnsrsa Paths in Go Patronized by t&e mtsinss lie. Stainer is having the Broadhead borne well repaired. Cards are out tor a private wed ding in our citv within a few days. A regiment of colored troops passed thro' yesterday bound tor the Phil'ip-anes. Makes ; he blood pure, renovates the entire system, gives new life and strength Beggs' Blood Purifier. "It cured me of long standing chronic case of fistula." R. A. Bently, Summit, Fla. Endorsed by physicians. Guar anteed not to fail. Try it. at Farley s J W Hawkins an Attorney of Cripple creek, Col. is here visiting a paiticular friend. Mrs C W Reeder, Mr & Mrs. G M Cox went to Ellis Friday ev ening to attend a meeting of the Eastern Star Lodge. Guaranteed to stop your hair falling out, remove dandruff, rest...

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 1899

THE FREE PHESS. XXAIL2.T rSESZS, rsillabML HAYS CITY, KANSA8. KAKSAS ITEMS OF INTEREST. Wholesale thieving is reported .-at Pittsburg. The Burlington creamery made Its first shipment of butter last week. Lebanon, Smith county, is celebrating' the completion of ;a new opera house. The Seventh .-district' federation of woman',selubs will meet in Wellington November -a, -9 and 10. At Alton, says "the Empire, the wind blew away six loads of dirt which had just been hauled on to the street. Colonel Lewis of Humboldt is dead." lie founded the Presbyterian church there, one of the first in the state. A man in a oart drawn by six dogs recently passed through western Kan sas, lie was bound for the Klondike. The seventeenth annual session of Jfcbe North Central Kansas Teachers' association will be held in Manhattan, November 30. The old Methodist church at Eound Prairie has been torn down and tbe pulpit was sold for use as a bar in a Leavenworth saloon. Fairview has had a bad fire in whieh si...

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 1899

At m Sewing: School. Little Rosie was at sewing school last Thursday. She had never tried to sew, as she is only ZlA years old. Alter looking on a while she says: "Teacher, please harness a needle for me, and I'll try to make someth.'ng." '' Magnificent Spectacle. Vesuvius was covered by a heavy snowfall recently while the crater was in eruption. The Neapolitans watched the unusual spectacle of three streams of red-hot lava working their way through the white snow. AVeli, Not Kxactly. Brown "I hear you married a very charming young widow since I last law you. Green That's what I thought the day we were married. Brown KVell, didn't you? Green No; she jnarried me. What Ho Was Looking For. Lady So you are looking for a square meal, eh? Tramp No'm; I'm looking for a round one. Lady I never heard of such a thing. Pray what is a round meal? Tramp One dat hasn't any end to it, mum. Production of .Salt. The salt production of the United States, which the newest trust seeki to control, amoun...

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 1899

T9ob Hoping couldnt oe more honored tbn he is this wetk, after all the stinking, dirty fight made by the "Kepublican' against him, and the partv appeal made by. the Elhs paper his opponent got but about 50 of his ruann vote or a total of 549 votes' while Bi sins' received 1127 votes and the grand maiority of 578 Here in Havs, at Biasings home republican after republican voted for Biasing, he got the solid Pop and most of the democratic vote, a total of 212 to only 121 fur Grif pet, Scheeler. It was an awful repudiation of editor Griffith and his campaign and Jake returns his thanks to those who so kindly koa ored him with their vote and he will endeavor to prove worthy of the trust. "I have been troubled for year with crout and rheumatism. - and received more benefit from Beggs Blood Purifier tnan from all other medicine James E-Gordon, Augusta, Ga. The 'great blood, remedy, uet it at ariya Va7back in 1890 Philip Jacobs a smart young Russian boy enter ed the political field as an in...

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